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Climate talks show gap between rich and poor

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  • @@KM
    July 10, 2009 9:00 a.m.

    Who said anything about destroying the planet? True followers of Christ know that they are to be wise stewards of the planet that Christ created. But, you can continue to be consumed by your hatred of religion and humanity and see where that gets you.

  • @KM
    July 10, 2009 7:49 a.m.

    Yes, let's destroy the planet as fast as we can so that Christ will return soooner!

  • Deforestation
    July 10, 2009 7:14 a.m.

    What's having a larger impact globally is the deforestation on a massive scale. We seem to forget that trees and plants play a major role in our lives. Trees breath the CO and create oxygen as a by product and when the trees go so does our oxygen and CO rises.

    As for the global warming there has been no proof of the cause and its all speculation, but I think losing our forests have a larger impact than fossil fuel use. Loss of vegetation around the world is more of an impact that is too often ignored. We humans have claimed eminent domain of the world and recklessly develop it. Sometimes development and financial greed is the curse to the planet as we systematically destroy all other living matter.

    Utah is a prime example of excessive and uncontrolled development where our resources are very limited.

  • KM
    July 10, 2009 6:05 a.m.

    It feels like I'm living in the twilight zone. Global warming when the planet is cooling. Saving the planet when only Christ saves. These God wannabees are a little hard to stomach.
    The poverty gap will decrease when there are no more rich on the globe, just poor, and a few puppet masters controling every aspect of our lives.