Monthly Archives: September 2015

Der Singlebörsen Vergleich

Warum jemand den Singlebörsen Vergleich für sich nutzen sollte, ist leicht zu erklären. Immerhin gibt es in der heutigen Zeit immens viele Singles und von daher auch viele Partnerbörsen im Internet. Mit dem Singlebörse Vergleich hat man die Möglichkeit, sich im Dschungel der Anbieter schnell zurecht zu finden. Ansonsten müsste man recht viel Zeit investieren, um selbst die beste Singlebörse zu finden. Das aber würde voraussetzen, dass man sich überall anmelden müsste, um dann alle Vor- und Nachteile der jeweiligen Partnerbörse erfahren zu können. Das aber wieder, könnte enorm ins Geld gehen. Nicht alle Singlebörsen sind kostenlos und von daher müsste man dann überall bezahlen. Auch sonst ist dieses Unterfangen mehr als anstrengend, weil es zeitaufwendig ist.


Nun, man könnte sich es leicht machen und nur eine der Singlebörsen für sich wählen. Was aber, wenn man dafür zahlt und sich dann dort absolut couple-278268_640unwohl fühlt? Man hat Zeit und Geld verschwendet und das wäre doch schade. Mit dem Singlebörse Vergleich spart man Zeit und auch Geld. Man kann die Singlebörsen auf einen Blick sehen, gezielt nach bestimmten Punkten, die sehr wichtig sind. Es ist einem sehr geholfen, wenn man weiß, wo es die meisten Anbieter gibt. Ebenso wenn man weiß, wie das Verhältnis von Frauen und Männern ist. Oder aber auch anderes. Mit dem Vergleich der Singebörsen hat man einen sehr guten Überblick und hat sich die Arbeit abnehmen lassen, die Partnerbörsen zu testen. Man kann den Singlebörse Vergleich einsehen und muss dafür noch nicht einmal etwas zahlen. Man braucht nur wenige Minuten, um zu erkennen, in welcher Singlebörse man sich wohlfühlen wird. Zeit die man sich während einer Werbepause nehmen kann, im Zug auf den Weg nach Hause oder sonstiges. Zeit, die sich sehr lohnt und mit der man endlich auf Partnersuche gehen kann, die auch vielversprechend sein wird.

Am besten testet man den kostenlosen Partnerbörsen Vergleich für sich selbst und kann sich so ein eigenes Bild machen. Man wird schnell sehen, dass ees sich wirklich lohnt, alle Single Börsen auf einen Blick zu sehen und sich ganz relaxt für eine zu entscheiden. So macht die Partnersuche über das Internet viel Freude!

Climate Change Debates and Why They Aren’t Related To Science

The massive body of scientists agrees that rapid climate change is happening, and that global warming is a serious issue which is being caused by human activities. However, there are still a few people who are in denial, claiming that global warming is non-sense, and that Earth is just undergoing a normal change that is not influenced by humans. Unfortunately, most of these rely only on cherry picking and on selecting only the facts that suit them, disregarding the overwhelming evidence of human-induced global warming.

Who are the deniers of global warming?

It is peculiar that, despite 97% of climate change experts being certain that global warming is happening and that we have contributed to it, there is a lot of debate going on, especially over the internet. But who are these deniers who dispute the overwhelming amount of studies and data confirming human-induced global warming?

In the scientific community, there is no debate, as these facts are taken as what they are – science. The deniers who are causing all the disputes across the internet are usually politically-biased, media trusts with conservative views, or pseudo-scientists who prefer to show only the facts that seem to contradict global warming as being caused by humans.

All these seem to disregard the 97% of strong scientific evidence that needs no further confirmation. Apparently, biased newspapers seem fixed on amplifying the opinions of only 3% of scientists and non-scientist contrarians. These contrarians start backwards, all their arguments being rooted in their opposition towards climate change solutions, and going all the way back, picking only evidence that confirms their ideologies and predetermined conclusions.

What should be done about it?

Contrarians saying that the majority of the scientific community is wrong all fear that money will be wasted on methods of reducing CO2 emissions. But what is there to lose? Are making our air and water cleaner and moving beyond using fossil fuels which are already limited not worth every cent?

The sad truth is that the climate debate is not at all about science, but about politics and people who are opposing solutions that propose to mitigate gas emissions by pricing them and letting the free market solve this by itself. The scientific evidence is very clear about it – we are causing the global warming. Denying it only makes it worse. Not contributing to a solution means we are part of the problem. So what is there to argue about anyway?

Humanity’s Failure To Manage The Risks Of Climate Change

We are usually very careful when it comes managing risks, no matter how low are the chances of something bad happening. Unfortunately, we don’t apply the same strategy when it comes to climate change, even though the risks of doing nothing far surpass the individual risks we are facing each day.

Our way of managing risks

If we are afraid our home might burn down someday, or if we believe we may be involved in a car accident, then we’re sure to get insurance for them. We know there is a chance of an accident happening, no matter how small it, so we prepare for it. The irony is that we seem fixed on taking all preventive measures in order to reduce risks that may be highly improbable, but we fail to do anything about global warming, which, as most studies estimate, will have catastrophic consequences to people on the entire planet.

Why global warming is not on our list of priorities

earth-216834_640We care so much about our health or our car, and that is why we buy insurances for them. But global warming is just something we hear on TV, or read in a few articles we stumble upon when navigating over the internet. And with the contrarians disputing the strong evidence provided by 97% of the scientific community, there are many doubts concerning our contribution to climate change. People who don’t believe in human induced global warming advocate doing nothing. People who don’t really care and who go on with their lives just ignore the problem, considering it as being non-existing. Even people who do thing global warming is happening and that it poses great risks fail to do something about it.

What we are facing

It’s funny that we get insurance for things that may have 1 in 10000 or even 1 in a million chance of happening, but be aren’t concerned of the fact that climate change is a reality that will have dire consequences in the not so distant future. We can be facing disastrous heat waves, food shortages and world unrest. If the current trends continue, we are likely to be heading towards destroying our entire civilization, yet most of us don’t even care. Come hell and high water is our best so far. Climate change is a reality, not an improbable scenario. We should open our eyes and start searching for viable solutions, unless we are willing to head towards catastrophic consequences that we are really not prepared to face.