Regarding the post I made about an article in which Sir David Attenborough was interviewed, I say the following.
The WT (in the Life How Did It Get Here book from 1985) in a criticism of evolution, mishandled a quote of David Attenborough from his book called Life On Earth (copyright 1979). I discovered the quote was mishandled a few years ago by checking the quote after borrowing a copy of Life On Earth from a library. The WT was disagreeing with the idea that any fossil of fish had been found that had transitional features between a fish which could not breathe through its mouth and later animals (including amphibians and all reptiles and mammals) which could [see https://rationalwiki.org/wiki/List_of_fallacious_creationist_quotes#Attenborough.2C_David ]. What the WT left out of the quote was mention of one fish (Eusthenopteron) which Attenborough says has the necessary features. Namely he says it has the crucial feature of '"...a passage linking its nostrils with the roof of its mouth. All land vertebrates have this feature and it is this which confirms that this fish is indeed very close to the ancestral line." Later I purchased Attenborough's book because it is a very good book and provides evidence in support of evolution. Later I watched science shows on PBS about nature in which Attenborough was the narrator of the shows. Attenborough is naturalist (in the sense of being a scientist in the field of science known as natural history). In at least one of those shows he mentioned that climate change is happening and that human activity is a major cause of it and that is major danger. What he said, a scientist whom I put much confidence in as being a knowledgeable sincere scientist of nature), is one of the things which convinced me that climate change is happening and is currently mostly being caused by humans. He is one of my scientific sources of reliable information on that subject.
I thus urge people to pay attention to what Attenborough says about climate change.