Global weather is a very complicated science. Great strides have been made in the last twenty years with the construction of computers that can combine past and present weather information, of millions of parts, and recognize the result these changes have in present weather and most importantly future weather.
The opinions of people like Mr. Fueilly and me should never be relied upon to measure the impact of humans on long term climate. We should all recognize that the men and women who have devoted their lives to weather science are the only ones that can interpret present weather trends and predict future regional and global weather changes. I accept their predictions because they have the education and experience Mr. Fueilly and I do not have.
The prediction of global weather scientist seem reasonable to me because I can understand that if we burn fossil fuels, releasing carbon compounds back into the atmosphere, that took nature hundreds of millions of years to remove, there will be changes in climate, which we will not like.
Additionally, the reduction of burning fossil fuels, especially coal and wood, reduces air and water pollutions not related to weather. If you want an example of what burning coal means, just read or watch the horrible state of pollution in China. Even the communist dictatorship, which rules the country, has recognized they cannot continue to rely on coal for electricity.
They are devoting much more to clean and renewable energy research than we are in this county.
Dennis Tilly, Weatherford