|Quoting Orlando666 (Reply 3):|
wonderful sentiment and pledge.
philosophy aside, as a business when will VS listen to the customer and improve economy, get real about premium eco fares, and also pay more for better professional staff? the very high turnover of VS Gold card holders (i.e. regular travellers who are fleeing the poor service) should be a hint?
|Quoting 777236ER (Reply 8):
Is he still going to buy that oil refinery?
|Quoting GeorgiaAME (Reply 10):|
The non science types out there don't have a shred of evidence to substantiate a modicum of their "sky is falling" hysteria about human causes of "global warming" (which amounts to less than 1 degree C in the past century, not evenly distributed). We science types, who deal with facts and reproducible conclusions, can show that the sun's atmosphere has been progressively expanding and heating since 1994. Not only is it getting minimally warmer here on earth, the same is happening on Mars. I guess that is Bush's fault also...
|Quoting Lemurs (Reply 11):|
There's plenty of evidence...in both directions. It's just a matter of which bits of evidence you choose to "believe" in.
Britain's leading scientists have challenged the US oil company ExxonMobil to stop funding groups that attempt to undermine the scientific consensus on climate change.
|Quoting Joni (Reply 12):|
... In fact there's no substantial disagreement among the people who know anything about climate change (the climatologists), ... and the next one will unequivocally state that human-driven factors are the only plausible explanation behind recent warming.
Royal Society tells Exxon: stop funding climate change denial
|Quoting Robsawatsky (Reply 13):|
there are serious scientific studies, published by credible journals and universities, on the causes, mechanisms and responses to climate change that cast significant doubt on the predictions that the general public is exposed to.