Is it a coincidence that fossil fuels have begun to run out at the same time that global warming suggests that humans should move away from fossil fuels.
If you were a government and wished to lower your dependence of fossil fuels (which will become increasingly expensive and rare) would it be an idea to show the effects of humans burning fossil fuels?
If fossil fuels were unlikely to run out, would there be any incentive to look for alternative supplies/sources? Would another reason have to be given?
The strange thing is that nobody knows how warm the earth should be, yet we know of hot and cold periods in earth's history.
Did a lack of burning fossil fuels cause the Little Ice Age in the 16th century?
We see rises and falls - how long is a rise or fall and what caused a reversal of either?
Is correlation a demonstration of causation?
Henderson asserts that a decline in the number of pirates over the years is the cause of global warming.Flying Spaghetti MonsterWiki
The above are just some of the questions to be addressed.