• Neither. Climate change is a naturally occurring phenomenon, despite what the loony left tells you.
    • bostjan64
      Any change in climate is driven by a force external to the climate itself, for example, the sun, cosmic rays, global pollution, etc. Things don't just magically happen for no reason. It's also known that the Sun is outputting less energy right now than it has in the recent past, there have been no catastrophic volcano eruptions recently, and no large bursts of cosmic rays, so what is causing it, then?
    • Archie Bunker
      I hope you're not suggesting that whether or not the Sun is putting out less energy has anything to do with electric vs gasoline powered cars? Or cow farts?
    • bostjan64
      The Sun putting out less energy the past couple decades simply means that the increase in average recorded temperatures worldwide is not an effect of solar activity. Cow farts are well documented to cause greenhouse heat trapping and may very well be a contributing factor. The only way to find out would be to feed all of the cow's beano for a couple of years and see if any data shifts.

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