I do not pretend to have a view on Global warming. Yes, I believe that it is political propaganda to an extent. I believe the masses are convinced, not really understanding what they are convinced of, by what people have told them. What I am sure of, though, is that switching to biofuels, corn oils, and other alternative energy sources of this nature in order to reduce CO2 emissions doesnt make sense to me. Is'nt it somewhat common knowledge that the burning of all these hydrocarbons result in CO2 emissions? I dont know the emissions coupled with the new corn oils and such, but I know that the standard 89 octane gasoline puts about 3 moles of CO2 into the atmosphere per gallon. It seems more like a push against foreign oil than a push for a cleaner tomarrow. I do agree with solar power, and wind energy to power our homes and cities, but it is not logical to power transportation. Overall, I am skeptical about global warming. Largley because everyone believes it blindly. Nobody is really questioning it openly, much like nobody is questioning the anti-iraq war openly. maybe the reason the war isnt doing so well is because it has gotten nothing but negative support from the beginning? I don't know.