And this is interesting as well... http://www.huffingto...3409037.html . That was just what came up after a random search.
Here is a bit of scientific evidence to back it up... http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/
Being what humans are factoring into their research is ourselves, it is actually moot. We aren't as big of a factor as we would like to believe. The earth itself changes overtime, and humans actually only contribute to a very small scale percentage, even if we'd like to believe otherwise. We don't really make that big of a difference on the grand scale of things. The earth was made for us to live on it, and is geared for us to be here. Thats what scientists forget when they do their numbers. Rather you believe in "The Darwin Theory" or "Christianity" or even just "mass EVOlutionism" we were meant to be here. So, is it inevitable? Yes, it can't be stopped. But all we can do is plan to know what we can do as humans to survive. Just like we have done for the entire existance of humanity.
What do you think? And what Grand Scale evidence is there to back it up? I believe Global warming is due to the sun and not pollution. This is proven through Thermoldynamics, and the fact that the rotation of solar system is also moving us closer to the sun itself. Later on the shift will change back tot where we once started in out rotation.
Edited by Jessem, 10 June 2013 - 03:19 PM.