Trump breeds hatred, those with hatred in their hearts love trump. Well, that's my experience with most Trump supporters.
Somehow I find this comment strange, in the context of Trump-Clinton, as the Clinton campaign was nothing but hate, at tha same time Trump campaign was focusing on socioeconomic matters.
Trump does not equal his supporters, but based on media, Trump supporters were much more civil than Clinton supporters, before and after the elections.
You are right, I didn't mean literally all. Should've written a substantial enough amount that it suggests we are wrong.
Norway will soon enough be connected to the European power grid, so whatever excess electricity we produce will be exported to other countries. I don't care too much about individual countries though, it's the net global effect that matters, and in that regard, Norwegian hydroelectricity won't influence it much. We do export a substantial amount of oil and gas though....
Anyway, my post wasn't really related to how we should solve the problem. It was more related to how there most likely is a problem in the first place.
PS: For all those peop saying he is technically right because nobody knows 100% for sure, the same is true for all science, but we don't just throw it out the window because if it. We will throw it out the window though if it is disproven or replaced by another model with superior predictive capabilities (say, Einstein's theory of general relativity replacing Newtonian gravity. Though Newtonian physics are still utilized a lot because, while it isn't completely accurate, for most uses, the difference is so tiny that it is negligible).
Norway is already selling hydroelectricity abroad. The nordic energy stock prices depend heavily on Norway's ability to produce power. Of course, the market is much bigger for Norway when it doesn't need to sell power via Sweden and Finland.
You know, Trump isn't throwing the science out of the window either (at least based on what the topic's about), as he's taking a neutral stand (=he does not it is happening, anymore than he's saying it is not happening). I already pointed out that the context is trade agreements (that are somewhat unfair) and the emissions requirements that are holding back growth. How things currently are is, that climate change is a tool in politics, instead of making politics to cut emissions.
Trump's neutrality towards pretty much everything can be good or a bad thing. Which will it be, we'll see in the future. I have my hopes high that this will return the talk back to science and facts.