I ask this because I am kinda coming over to the CC side in the last few months. I do keep informed and have read more CC or GW information in the last few years than I care to admit. I have been VERY skeptical about CC and for good reason. Without getting into politics (IK, too late) I have been turned away from the CC crowd by watching crooks like Al Gore and his friends line their pockets while pushing gov't programs that enrich them. It also hurts the mission when VERY annoying people are the biggest backers. For example: I like John Travolta as an actor but when he lectures about global warming, CO2 etc....and then walks to his personal airplane which he flies right to his driveway, it is hard to take him seriously. Leo Dicap, Pelosi, Obama etc...... All seem to be getting wealthy by passing laws for CC and IMHO are not trustworthy people. Now to the other side I used to agree with many deniers due to facts being changed when they don't support CC etc.... I can see why it is happening. You're a scientist, the stats don't match to the previous prediction and you can potentially lose millions of grants if you do not follow the money. This thought never occurred to me until recently: Oil/gas industry is intentionally muddling the waters, or oil fields because it has a huge impact on their profits. Sure call me an ass for not seeing that. Maybe being a "glass half full" person blinded me to this fact. Or being right leaning politically. I ordered an S for the performance of the car, the beauty of it, and yes for the zero emissions. Not to save the world but even as a GW denier, I had to agree lower CO2 can only be a good thing. I have had solar panels on my house for 5 years now. As a money saver, also not to save the world. I have read articles how the 97% is BS, "proof" of statistical funny business, and how predictions have not been fulfilled. Books have been written for all of that and some are very convincing. Some of which is true. Why am I now moving to the CC side? And why does it have to be a side? Politics should have nothing to do with it but we live in the real world, certainly not perfect. Elon Musk is by far more intelligent than me and I trust he is not pushing CC to enrich his companies. Just call it a hunch. I believe I am a good judge of character with many years experience dealing with the public. He seems to be so sure about it that he has risked his whole life's savings more than once to continue his quest. So, I did some more digging and came away even more confused. Just Google "climate change" and you know what I mean. At some point one needs to read between the lines and it appears to be a "thing" I have to get past my prejudices about the spokespersons and get into the science of it. I do not believe I can deny any longer. The evidence is there. I am especially fascinated at how scientists can read C02 levels by drilling into air bubbles in the ice core . I'm sure the science of it sounds better, i'm typing here from the top of my head I'm just spit-balling but, looking into getting my Tesla has energized me into absorbing all I can about CC and how my grand-kids need this generation to do something about it NOW! So, I guess I can say i'm somewhat doing my part even though it is not the reason I bought a Tesla. I will be driving a Tesla in the near future and am excited to become part of the Tesla world. With solar powering my house, charging will be close to free!