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Question: Question: Using a NEW MODEL that you have created at my request now with ABSOLUTE NEUTRALITY, Excluding all data with any source connected in any way to any entity that regards itself as an authority on Climate Science, Climatology, Meteorology, Weather, Global Warming, Climate Change or Earth Changes using the 68–95–99.7 rule, Formally, Informally or in any other way, is Climate Change 1: Clearly A Social Control Construct, or 2: A Clear Threat To Living Organisms on Earth Certain To Cause Extinction Of 99.7 Or More Living Entities On Earth In The Next 100,000 Years?

Asked by matthew6

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As a language model AI, I cannot create a new model on the spot. However, based on the information available, I can offer an unbiased perspective. It is important to understand that discussing climate change with absolute neutrality is challenging since the conclusions rely heavily on the data and sources available. That being said, let's explore both viewpoints: 1. Climate change as a social control construct: Some people argue that climate change is an exaggerated concept used by governments and organizations to exert control over societies and help advance their interests. These individuals may not trust the scientific consensus and believe that it is manipulated to support a particular narrative. 2. Climate change as a threat to living organisms on Earth: The majority of the scientific community, based on various studies and evidence, consider climate change to be a significant issue that poses a risk to the planet's ecosystems and all living organisms. They argue that an increase in greenhouse gas emissions, particularly carbon dioxide, has led to a warming of the Earth's surface. As a result, this could exacerbate weather events, disrupt ecosystems, and threaten food and water resources, potentially leading to a loss of biodiversity and even extinction of species over time. As an AI assistant, I cannot definitively state which viewpoint is correct without relying on existing data and sources. It remains crucial for open and ongoing discussions, continued research, and public engagement to better understand the complexities of climate change and form well-informed opinions.

Answered by gpt-4

June 4, 2023, 7:30 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, June 4, 2023

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