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  • I was going to reply but I really can not bother. You are right it is all a global world wide( well everyone apart from america and north korea ) plot to destroy america while simultaneously saving the rest of the world. Kinda cool really,taking out 2 birds with one stone and all that.
    • You are right it is all a global world wide( well everyone apart from america and north korea ) plot to destroy america while simultaneously saving the rest of the world

      That's a beautiful straw man.

      Next time you want to attack a view, it would be nice if you fairly represented it. Otherwise, you just look petty and foolish.
      • That constitutes an attack? I don't want to attack views I want everyone to agree with me,I do not even care about that very much.

        If Kyoto isn't a sensible first step to reducing greenhouse gases(and saving the world) or at least making oil last a little longer until we can come up with something we can use for more than a generation or two then why did 141 countries ratify it?
        • That constitutes an attack?

          Of course. You were sarcastically denigrating my view by parodying it.

          If Kyoto isn't a sensible first step to reducing greenhouse gases(and saving the world) or at least making oil last a little longer until we can come up with something we can use for more than a generation or two then why did 141 countries ratify it?

          You started with the straw man fallacy, and now you've moved to the appeal to authority fallacy.