When Your Beliefs are Harming the Environment

Are climate change deniers on the same boat with flat-earthers?

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“I’ll believe NASA over any of your phony comments. Real science over climate speculations. #cliamtechangeconspiracy”

The funny part is that the article didn’t say anything about climate disruption; it just pointed out that some parts of Antartica are seeing disproportional gains in overall mass. The water level rose in 2015, and the scientists were concerned because — if they couldn’t explain the water levels with melting ice caps — we might have an even bigger issue on our hands.

“The sientific evidance is clear: global climate change caused by human activities is occurring now, and it is a growing threat to society.” — American Association for the Advancement of Science

When I say other scientific data, I mean all the scientific data. Currently, more than 97 percent of actively publishing climate scientists agree that human activities cause disruptive climate trends.

Earth is a flat disc floating around space on backs of huge turtles

Everything you know is a lie. There is a conspiracy about the whole fabric of reality. And for what I know, there is something(a lot of things) we’re actually missing, but the shape of the earth was well established 15 centuries ago.

In Conclusion

There is a percentage of the population that tend to display wide array of potentially harmful beliefs based on rumors. This wouldn’t be an issue if it weren’t directly affecting the quality of life for others and their future children.

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