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Rising sea levels! Man made calamity! Emissions! Cow farts!

Discussion in 'Latest Political News and Current Events' started by Barbella, Aug 31, 2019.

  1. reason10

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    Suburbs are not zoned agricultural. Cows and other livestock are not allowed.

    Suburbs are usually zoned single family, duplex, or multi family (for apartment buildings and condos.)
     
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  3. reason10

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    Problem is, scientists today BARELY know anything about nature, about weather, about the climate. And the edited idiots who are pushing manmade climate change aren't even doing any field research. They are reading flawed computer models.

    A bunch of teenagers playing Grand Theft Auto on a Playstation would be more accurate.
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  4. reason10

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    You said bovine methane comes from the burbs, (as in Suburbs, which intelligent people say.)
    Bovine means from a cow or a bull. You can't have a cow or a bull in the suburbs because of zoning.
     
  5. reason10

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    Who says vaccines cause autism?
    (Everybody knows autism is the result of registering and voting Democrat)
    Weed cures cancer?
    Seriously?

    Show me where Natural News made either such claim.

    (You've been caught lying and making shitt up again.)
     
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  6. EatTheRich

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    Scientists actually know quite a lot about nature and about climatology. Even 30 years ago they did, which is why they confidently made bold predictions of climate change unlike anything the world has seen in thousands of years, and then found these predictions confirmed in precise detail.
     
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    Brilliant. When exactly did you figure that one out, genius? *chuckles*

    So when sea levels were 50 feet higher than today or when they were 400 feet lower (like the last ice age) it was conveniently "natural cycles" but when there has been negligible change in the last 50 years it's now man-made calamity and global crisis?

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  9. EatTheRich

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    There has been more change in the last 50 years than in the prior 12,000, it already costs the world tens of thousands of lives, and millions of dollars, every year, and if we stop adding net carbon now, temperatures may rise 3 times as much as they already have within the next 100 years ... if we are lucky, and it looks increasingly likely we won’t be from the Greenland melting, Antarctic melting, methane release, and Amazon burning all happening well ahead of expectations.
     
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    The post also quoted and linked to the original research paper:
     
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  11. reason10

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    Scientists actually know quite a lot about nature and about climatology.

    No they don't. They can't even accurately predict WEATHER, ten days out. They don't even understand climate or climatology.


    Even 30 years ago they did, which is why they confidently made bold predictions of climate change unlike anything the world has seen in thousands of years, and then found these predictions confirmed in precise detail.

    Algore predicted Florida would be under water by now.

    You lose again.
     
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    In the last 12,000 years there was an ICE AGE which wiped out an entire generation of dinosaurs. There was nothing like that in the last 50 years.

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    Florida is regularly underwater due to tidal flooding. But I don’t think Al Gore (who is not a climate scientist) said anything of the kind.
     
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    There is “an ice age” now. The last glacial period within that ice age ended 12,000 years ago, there has not been one in the period to which I was referring.

    What dinosaurs did you have in mind?
     
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    He said it on a TV news show around 1992. I remember Rush Limbaugh running that clip and having us laugh our asses off.

    As far as Algore not being a climate scientist, he certainly wants to be treated like one. Thing is, there is no such thing as a climate scientist, because the science of climatology doesn't really exist as much as other forms. Climate people guess. They don't do real field research. Hell, those idiots apparently don't even own a globe, if they somehow think human beings can actually influence the climate on a planet where most of the surface is water.

    About 80 percent of Florida is high and dry. But yes, the Everglades is an example of a swamp, of land that is below sea level, kinda like New Orleans. Difference is, Floridians weren't stupid enough to build a city on a swamp like Louisiana was.
     
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    There is “an ice age” now.

    Actually, the "little ice age" ended at the beginning of the 20th Century, and the warming that took place was totally natural.

    The last glacial period within that ice age ended 12,000 years ago, there has not been one in the period to which I was referring.

    What dinosaurs did you have in mind?

    All of them. The ICE AGE wiped them all out, which is the only way human life could have survived on this planet.
     
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    The non-avian dinosaurs died out 65 million years ago, long before the current ice age (still ongoing) began 2.6 million years ago. When you can pass a 2nd grade science test I might start taking your criticisms of the world’s leading climatologists, physicists, chemists, statisticians, and engineers more seriously.
     
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    We are NOT in some current ice age. Glaciers are not reaching the Equator, like the Cryogenian, or "Snowball Earth."

    And I promise you I won't lose sleep over a knowledge-challenged hack like you disagreeing with my facts.
     
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    It is about the speed at which it is taking place, not the current magnitude. You people must be incapable of learning. You talk about over 50 yrs for things that had taken hundreds of thousand of years to happen previously, and you still don't get it.
     
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    Look up the difference between a glacial period and an ice age. If there is ice at the poles, it is an ice age.
     
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