Constant data comes in showing the growing concern we should have because the catastrophe coming is of "Biblical proportions" and will endanger civilization itself and even our ability to pass The Test of Ecocosmology.
Today scientists are convening in Albuquerque, New Mexico to discuss some of these crucial issues:
What do the Gulf of Mexico's "dead zone," global climate change, and acid rain have in common? They're all a result of human impacts to Earth's biology, chemistry and geology, and the natural cycles that involve all three.(Science Daily). For those who are in the twilight zone of almost belief and who must go by sight, consider the garbage continent which is bigger and more dangerous than some countries.
Or consider yesterdays "100 year event" in anti-climate change Louisville, KY, which flooded the city in about an hour.
Remember however that purely local climate phenomenon are not good and lasting indicators of long term climate events.