John Stossel has been vocal in pleading his case for denying humans impact on the global warming we do experience. He points out other known times in the past that were known to be warmer than other times. There is a known period, particularly in Europe when the temperatures were higher. I believe his stances deserve more consideration, but that doesn't mean he's absolutely correct.
John Stossel admits he is a skeptic about the existence of global warming. His statements are trying to prevent knowledge about global warming. His statements are trying to prevent the government from intervening in corporation's and private sector's efforts to slow global warming. His statements indicate a level of denial and a lack of desire to become well-informed.
John Stossel's view is that this past winter of 2013-2014 proves global warming doesn't exist. He couldn't be more wrong. Global warming leads to an eventual Ice Age that could last decades or centuries. The reason is that warmer temperatures make ocean currents shut down and cold water sets in over much of Earth's waterways. That cold water acts as a huge cooling mechanism that freezes the planet much as it did 10,000 years ago before human intervention made the planet's weather go bonkers. Stossel calls global warming a "myth." He's wrong. Santa Claus and the Easter Bunny are myths. Unlike those mythological creatures, all one has to do is look outside to see the effects of global warming. Seeing is believing, folks.
I do not agree with John Stossel's view on global warming because it is a real problem and we should be worried about our earth and the place that we live. It is our environment and we need to keep it clean and healthy but instead we trash it and act like it is nothing.
No, I do not agree with John's view on global warming, because he says that it is not a threat, and that we should just let it go. But global warming is serious, and the entire climate of this world will soon be changed because of it if it is not stopped.