We Know Who to Trust
It seems like I am trying to confuse myself. Recently, I watched Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Truth. The movie stressed the understanding of global warming and said that humans have the biggest output of C02. Right after this, I watched The Great Global Warming Swindle, which says that Al Gore’s science is not right, that he has distorted the facts, and that humans are not the main culprit of C02 emissions. Just to further confuse myself, I watched The Big Swindle, which stated that both of the films presented both bias and scientific errors.
At this point you may be thinking “who do we trust”. Well, we trust ourselves. All of us know that global warming is real, and that it is a problem. Our problem is that we don’t want to do anything about it. We have the technology, and we also have individuals and organizations that are trying to make a difference, but it takes a village to raise a child. In order to save our Earth, we need to put forth a group effort. If we trust ourselves, we will have the Earth’s best interest at heart. I know that you hear this everyday, but carpool! Cars produce exponential amounts of C02. If everyone could help in the smallest of ways, we could solve our problem. Then our children and grandchildren would be able to enjoy the wonderful world that we live in now.