Post by grisairgasm on Jul 21, 2021 14:21:41 GMT -6
This is exactly what I wanted to see. Science leading the way without significant conflict. These two pages are gold. We are probably one of only a few forums that can have civil dissertation on this subject. I personally welcome any educated or experienced opinion with a gentle label of subjectivity combined with science. Really good stuff here friends. The one overwhelming fact to me is just how complicated and intertwined this whole subject is.I’m a believer in acceleration of the climate change. That being said, you just back away and realize that forecasting anything more than a week out is often far from accurate. And I’m supposed to believe with certainty that I’ll be frying eggs on my back porch concrete in a few decades lol!? I have lots of unresolved climate ideas and observations in my head. I bet the majority of feel the same way. So you live in the Baton Rouge area a few miles from a creek or body of water. You wind up with 2 feet of water in the house 2 days after the rain event (2019?). I have non science friends that this happened to. They never once gave climate change any credibility and now they have a fit if I question it’s existence. Was this event accelerator change or just once in whatever so many years?. My point is that ramifications may be occurring right here right now in my life. Water in a home is a terribly stressful lifetime event for most people. Even worse, I had normal(?) educated friends or others that had there relationships fall apart and ended their own lives after Katrina.