true, but then again 100 million years ago the average temperature was significantly hotter, and the ocean levels were higher too.
Then, as nature has done it before, who guarantees that it's not nature that's doing it now (raising the CO2 levels)?
And if not, is there any guarantee nature will not do it again in the foreseeable future?
And if there's no such guarantee, or even a more than slight probability, then why bother about our own produced CO2?
Because clearly we can't beat nature. Can we?
...Snowden only accessed the documents on computers not connected...
Yes, because nobody was to know that Snowden was the leaker... oh, wait.
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