How about we get politics out of science and rely on the scientific method to determine if "Global Warming" is real or not.
It's fundamentally impossible to remove the politics from the science if your solution to the problem is political. It's hard to imagine any solutions to a global problem like Global Warming that aren't political short of some miracle technology coming out of nowhere that magically solves the problem.
The first is the price tag. $1500 is a laughable sum for a consumer electronics toy that doesn't have a clear niche.
Another is artificially restricting what it can do. One of the killer features for Glass could be facial recognition that floats someone's name over them. No more awkwardly trying to remember someone's name that you met earlier at the party.
The battery life was also apparently quite bad, as was the performance of the device. Not a surprise given the form factor, but this needs to be addressed.
I want it to be powerful enough that it can do everything locally and not have to phone lots of info back to Google to get work done. People would be a lot less freaked out about the camera if the data couldn't be exported from the device.
Google glass was ahead of its time IMHO. The technology wasn't there to make it work properly, and everybody fixated on the camera so much that it was hard to see anything else about it. However, the Camera is necessary for the device to be more than a smartwatch that looks even more dumb. Augmented reality is the killer feature for glass and you can't do that without a camera.
I already do this on Facebook, but I always provide a link to Politifacts or Factcheck or even Snopes. If you don't, you'll just be that guy who says "no" because he's to naive to believe that Obama already has secret death panels that kill millions of Americans each year.