Didn't notice me using my telepathic powers to make you change your mind. Anyway, I must disappoint you. I would *love* to disbelieve in Global Warming. It would considerably lessen my worries about the future. Well, yes. 60% believing that does not make it true. And once again, I do not see the powerful climate change lobby you talk about. Yes, there are many people who warn about it. But the people who don't believe it are just as vocal. The fact-remains that most peer-reviewed articles add evidence to the global warming theory. I can assure you that GW is not the only thing I am concerned about, or even the one I am most concerned about. I still don't think we should ignore it, though. Since global warming would direclty influence the population cap (prob. for the worse), once again, I do not see this as an argument for ignoring it. Sure. But it's becoming more and more unlikely the more we know. The fact that CO2 contributes to warming isn't really in dispute and whatever "natural element" is involved, CO2 will still amplify the effect. Sure, I am an easily manipulated idiot unlike you. So what trustworthy sources do you have for your claims? What understanding of the data and evidence leads you to another conclusion? Sad truth is that human common sense is woefully useless when it comes to some things and mathematics are more reliably. And our best mathematical climate models do point towards global-warming. Oh, but I do. I just haven't really seen anything more than "global-warming is a myth". No evidence, no articles, no mathematics... You will notice above that the Nitrogen thing above interested me enough to ask about a *reviewed* article about it. I did not dismiss it out of hand, I asked for more evidence. Fair enough.