Those primarily with less a less diverse background or education, often argue that climate change is a normal cycle that can be expected. While there is some validity to that statement, climate does in fact cycle normally. This argument does not provide statistics that are reliable in the sense of the type of extreme climate change scientist now believe we are in the process there of. The climate reacts to the dominant forces of Earth; currently humans are now the dominating force.
Still yet there are some that view climate change as some sort of hoax or corporate gimmick. Allegations have been made that scientists and institutions involved in global warming research are part of a global scientific conspiracy or engaged in a manipulative hoax. In a speech given to the US Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works on July 28, 2003, entitled "The Science of Climate Change", Senator James Inhofe (Republican, for Oklahoma) concluded by asking the following question: "With all of the hysteria, all of the fear, all of the phony science, could it be that man-made global warming is the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people?" Arguments continued with statements against climate change as "an elaborate conspiracy in which hundreds of climate scientists have twisted their results to support the climate change theory in order to protect their research funding" and adds, "Sounds plausible to us. Through the years various naysayers, through different venues have expressed their belief of a swindle or hoax. Some have gone as far as to produce television shows and movies. One TV documentary The Great Global Warming Swindle was made by Martin Durkin, who called global warming "a multibillion-dollar worldwide industry, created by fanatically anti-industrial environmentalists.
Given the varying opinions on climate change, I chose not to base my opinion on anything but fact supported evidence. Quite frankly, there is overwhelming evidence to support climate change and its primary cause "human induced excessive greenhouse gases". 97% of scientist and