Originally Posted by bjjs
The evidence availabile isn't proof. Regardless, there is strong consensus among climatolgists that it is caused by humans.
honestly I'm very confused as to what you would consider proof. is the burning of fossil fuels leading to exorborant amounts of greenhouse gasses being released which in turn are causing a rise in the average temperature of the globe and consequently the melting of ice formations and glaciers across both poles and the rising of sea water not conclusive?
since the industrial revolution, when humanity began burning fossil fuels, greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have been on the rise. as well, the average temperature has also been steadily but slowly (we're talking the global temperature here, hard to increase quickly) increasing. As well, since that time, ice formations and glaciers have been melting, and as well the seal level has been rising.
are these all connected or are merely coincidences?