Nothing of what I believe is based in religion, as I am Atheist. You can toss all of the data at me that you wish to toss. It won't change the fact that I believe the changes are natural and have happened previously and will happen again (as they are now). The planet warmed, cooled, warmed and then cooled again WELL before people even existed in the way they exist now; industrialized.
Unless, of course, you think ancient aliens came down and polluted our skies to further their anti-gravitational-gyrotomoton-imploding-geekazoid-magento-speherical-CO2 generators. We all know those tend to get like 40 rods to the hogshead and run on nothing but a mixture of coal and unicorn farts, so they must have contributed to the smog clouds over Los Angeles. Right?
As for geekoid:
It's because I am able to realize the fact that people aren't as big and bad as they think they are. People have done nothing but convince themselves of their greatness over the centuries, and now that feeling of greatness is leading them to believe that they can change the entire planet by spewing out a bit more CO2 than is normally put out naturally.
So other than believing what you are being told to believe, what causes people like you to accept these "facts" with discarded data? Religion? Stupidity? Ego? I am betting on a good combination of the last two in that line of suggestions. Your ego makes you think you can change an entire planet when you are but a small part of the whole, and stupidity allows you to continue believing that you are greater than that whole and, thus, can break the whole damn thing.
See? I can sound civil AND insult you at the same time... just as you did to me.
In any case, you can be sheep and follow your dear leaders. I will take my chances with this climate change having natural causes. My opinion, which I stated as not meaning much already, does not break the system or the study of it. Just as you believing in it doesn't make it any more true.