Warming is bad because it will make the earths inhabitable area diminish. This significantly changes the available land mass that humans, and other animals, can effectively colonize and live fruitful childbearing lives. ... Lastly, increasing temperatures melt polar ice and raise sea levels. Further limiting usable land mass. You try to act like its all about temperature, but clearly you don't really understand the full breadth of the idea. How about this fun fact.
I see this argument surface from time to time (usually along with boiling oceans in 400+ years), and it appears to do so without any regard for the science. Of the reports I have read from most real climatologists, including those who support AGW, they indicate that the warming trend is exceedingly subtle--think half a degree per century or less. This isn't much; those scientists involve with the studies are themselves disappointed when the press reports things like "Scientists discover alarming increase in climate change," and it is that reporting which very closely follows in line with this cartoon.
Further, even if significant warming of several degrees per century were to occur, your argument neglects the possibility that areas currently locked in permafrost would then open up for an increasingly temperate clime (Siberia, northern Canada, etc). Never mind that it's also well known to paleontologists that during Earth's warmest periods, biodiversity was at its peak. This isn't to say that warming is good, but it's certainly not as horrific as Al Gore would like you to believe. And remember: Gore just recently purchased oceanfront property. If he were that concerned about rising ocean levels, you would think he might've invested in property farther inland...
Also, warmer temperatures will create more hostile weather patters further limiting usable land area as certain weather patterns hit certain regions harder. (ie. hurricanes on the east coast).
I highly doubt this claim, because the models climate scientists have run--even with the most significant warming trends--barely show an increase of around 5% in hurricane rainfall and incidence by 2080, which is well within error margins. Remember that each year following Katrina was supposed to become worse? Hasn't happened yet. I also suspect it won't, and if the models are correct, this is a misnomer likewise reported by the press and not by climatologists.
Hotter summers make for colder winters. How long before we trigger another ice age. Perhaps you should look up positive feedback loops.
That's not completely true. The last article I read tying global warming to a cooling trend is the cooling of the upper atmosphere that mucks about with CFCs and degenerates ozone. I have seen more studies that link melting polar ice caps with a shut down of the Gulf Stream (cold, fresh water sinking underneath the ocean currents, disrupting or shutting them down completely), and the lack of warm water flowing across the eastern US seaboard and western Europe would interfere with winters, making them colder. It's nothing about a positive feedback loop of colder weather; if you shut down ocean currents feeding warm water around the global, you're very likely going to trigger an ice age. The only "evidence" I have seen about this extremes nonsense of hotter summers = colder winters is espoused almost exclusively in Slashdot comments as gospel and reporters with hearing problems.