The comments by @JamesCalifornia inviting thoughtful commentary in another thread inspired this one. This is too complicated so far for a poll, but, once thought trains emerge, maybe that will come later. I think there's no question that the planet's warming. Glaciers are melting. They're the canary in the coal mine, and if the average is too warm, they melt. The odd cold spike, ever over years, won't save them. I think this will lead to disasters for some, possible bonanzas for others. For example, much of the water supply of northern India depends on Himalayan glaciers that are melting now. In a very real sense, glaciers are like savings accounts for precipitation, dribbling out meltwater over the summer, to provide water where rainfall is scant or unreliable. If the "wine country" moves from the present wine country, to another, newly warmed enough WC 1 will lose and WC 2 will win. Northern Alberta, Canada, is able to grow corn, which produces twice the yield per acre, and, from what I've read, three times the money. They couldn't before; now, summer is a couple weeks longer, and they can. And on and on. As for who's "guilty" we all are. Whether you have a Lexus powered by gasoline, or use a dung fire in India, you're adding hydrocarbons to the atmosphere.