Huh? My own posts weren't based on either side's arguments, just a few fairly uncontroversial and widely accepted points: temperatures appear to be rising faster than normal, and we're pumping lots of greenhouse gases into the sky.
All I've said is that whether the warming is real or not, manmade or not, we DO have the capability to wreck the planet now, and it's wise to be careful.
No science in there, no propaganda, just a bit of what's hopefully common sense.
As to the science, from what I've seen the majority seems to be indicating that we're causing problems. It's also telling me pretty clearly that the whole ecosystem is so complex that we don't really know what's causing changes, or what the outcome will be.
If we warm (or cool) the earth a couple of degrees in a fairly short space of time though, I can tell you that will cause plenty of misery around the world. Maybe it'll happen, maybe not but it's surely a risk. If there are things we can do to minimise that risk, why not weigh up the cost and benefits?