LETTERS: Not part of the natural process

Editor:

Re: Climate connection, Jan. 8 letters.

Editor:

Re: Climate connection, Jan. 8 letters.

Jerry Lucky, in his letter of Dec. 18 (Evidence ignore), states “to suggest we can magically control the climate to maintain the status-quo that we choose flies in the face of all available scientific evidence.”

He is correct, but he misses the point. Climate activists do not suggest that we can or should control climate. The opposite is true. They wish to minimize human influence on climate.

The current rapid climate change is not part of any natural process. It is caused by humans. The science to support that is strong. NASA satellite data does not contradict that, notwithstanding columnist Tom Fletcher’s assertion (Inconvenient truths of climate change, Dec. 2).

Bill McConnell, Surrey

 

 

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