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Im so glad we can finally put all this AGW nonsense behind us,
http://www.breitbart.com/clips/2019/...-was-accurate/

Being past the point if no return is liberating!

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Cool, I can finally burn that pile of mattresses out back.
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A glacier I visited about 10 years ago is now gone.

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I’ll fire up my gas powered log splitter this weekend then! Glad that gasbag Obama retired happily with his husband.
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Hey Al thanks for doing your share with the big house and motorcades. Plus just think of all young boys watching p0rn for hours on your internet - megawatts of power.
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Cool, I can finally burn that pile of mattresses out back.
Get it started with a couple of truck tires.
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If Al Gore would have done what I told him, all of this could have been prevented. My advice was a sacrifice a virgin at sunrise every morning. Either he refused to follow basic voodoo science or he couldn't find a virgin.

My problem with the global warming crapola is that they ignore the record cold temperatures that offset the record warm temperatures. You don't have global warming unless the average global temperature is increasing.

Sea levels have been rising at about 3mm per year for over 10,000 years. That rate has not increased and we cannot stop it.

I also wonder what Al wants us to do about the declining magnetosphere. If the PBS Nova show called Magnetic Storm is correct, everything on this planet will be dead in less than 1,000 years, so all of this is a moot point. As a side note, the magnetosphere protects us from harmful solar radiation, so that alone could account for the climate change.

At least Al is raking in millions from the company he partially owns that sells carbon credits that do absolutely nothing to combat his alleged global warming.
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At least Al is raking in millions from the company he partially owns that sells carbon credits that do absolutely nothing to combat his alleged global warming.
At least there is that!

What I find so funny is how the alarmists drone on about the science AS IF the subject is about science!

What scientific principle is counter-balanced by massive taxes imposed on a world wide scale?
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Well, its down hill from here. Wanna throw a party? Couple of kegs maybe and some bbq?
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A glacier I visited about 10 years ago is now gone.
Really? Last week I left an ice cube on the counter. Itís gone now too. Who would a thunk it?

On top of that, there are more glaciers growing than there are glaciers that are shrinking. So, there is that.
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What scientific principle is counter-balanced by massive taxes imposed on a world wide scale?
The science of money.

Prove me wrong.

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A glacier I visited about 10 years ago is now gone.
It's not a matter of the planet warming up. Some places are warmer, while others are much colder. The problem is weather patterns are changing. You cannot claim to have the warmest months on record and use that as proof of warming without offsetting that with the coldest months on record. The world is only warming if the average annual temperature is rising. No one is making that claim.

Why? That's the part they won't tell us if there's money to be made making other claims.

Possible causes beyond our control:

I mentioned the declining magnetosphere. It's been declining ever since we started measuring it. That's what protects us from solar radiation. Watch the beginning of this video. The scientists state this in the first several minutes. If what they say is true, all life on this planet will be gone in less than one thousand years - or we will have moved underground or to Mars.




National Geographic: Earth's Magnetic Field Is Fading

The sun is putting out more radiation than has been measured in the past. There are articles on the NASA site and science.com confirming this.

NASA STUDY FINDS INCREASING SOLAR TREND THAT CAN CHANGE CLIMATE

NASA Study Finds Increasing Solar Trend That Can Change Climate

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Since the late 1970s, the amount of solar radiation the sun emits, during times of quiet sunspot activity, has increased by nearly .05 percent per decade, according to a NASA funded study.
The Intuits say the Earth's axis has shifted. They say the sun is rising in a different location and the night sky has changed. I've noticed that myself. I live north of the equator, but the sun is rising slightly north of east on my compass.

Natural News: Inuit Elders tell NASA Earth Axis Shifted

Science Times: Global Climate Change: The Earth Has Shifted, Say Inuit Elders

A compass cannot even be trusted. Magnetic north is now more than 200 kilometers from true north. The magnetic north is now in Siberia and it's still moving.

Magnetic north just changed. Here's what that means.

There are a lot of potential reasons for the change in weather patterns, but they are never investigated. Why? There is no money to be made or taxes to impost that would have any effect on the problem.

The amount of proven fraud in climate research is almost unprecedented. Scientists live on grants. If your research does not show that man is causing climate change, your funding is yanked. Why? Because you are not following the plan.

When it comes to politics, follow the money.

The only thing we know for certain about any of this is Al Gore has been wrong about everything.
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The science of money.

Prove me wrong.
Well, the science of money is economics.

This be more like crony socialism - just give us more power and things will be AOK.
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Well, the science of money is economics.

This be more like crony socialism - just give us more power and things will be AOK.
And it's proving to be an economic bonanza for those who play the game.
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Putting global warming aside.

There is no doubt that we as a whole are creating more garbage than ever before and consuming more natural resources than before. It is so bad that countries who once bought our plastic trash for recycling, are sending it back. Much of it is going straight into the ocean.

Right now, all of the beaches in Florida are polluted with some sort of flesh eating bacteria believed to be caused by a pollution fed algae blooms. In the Southeast, some lakes are filled with this stuff and dogs are getting sick and dying from taking a short swim.

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Putting global warming aside.
Now that we finally have good news about global warming you want to put it aside?

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There is no doubt that we as a whole are creating more garbage than ever before and consuming more natural resources than before.
Great news! More consumption means p-r-o-s-p-e-r-i-t-y.

You are not one of those environmental nazi's are you, Brazilian president suggests less pooping to help save environment?

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Why? That's what the thread is about.
Because he is a misanthrope.
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Putting global warming aside.

There is no doubt that we as a whole are creating more garbage than ever before and consuming more natural resources than before. It is so bad that countries who once bought our plastic trash for recycling, are sending it back. Much of it is going straight into the ocean.

Right now, all of the beaches in Florida are polluted with some sort of flesh eating bacteria believed to be caused by a pollution fed algae blooms. In the Southeast, some lakes are filled with this stuff and dogs are getting sick and dying from taking a short swim.
You obviously were not around prior to the 1970s when the massive clean-ups started.

The sides of highways were covered in trash. Everyone threw trash out the car window as they were going down the highway. You don't see that today.

They said Lake Erie was so polluted, it was completely dead and nothing could live in it for over 100 years. By 1990, the walleye were back in Lake Erie. Walleye only live in clean water.

I remember walking down a southern California beach and seeing globs of oil everywhere. I haven't seen that for a while.

Look up the town of Love Canal.

Anytime you have large masses of people, a certain amount of pollution is inevitable. But nothing that we see today is anywhere near as bad as what it was in the 1960s and 1970s.

People didn't create flesh-eating bacteria or toxic algae. It's always been here and periodically pops up. You hear about it more today because of the Internet and media coverage. If it wasn't for the media, we wouldn't even know about it in Arizona.

What Is Vibrio Vulnificus? Florida Issues Warning Over Deadly Flesh-eating Bacteria

What is a red tide?

I don't know of any USA city that's dumping trash in the oceans. It did happen in the past, but I thought it was stopped decades ago. New York used to float barges of trash out into the ocean and dump them.
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You obviously were not around prior to the 1970s when the massive clean-ups started.

The sides of highways were covered in trash. Everyone threw trash out the car window as they were going down the highway. You don't see that today.

They said Lake Erie was so polluted, it was completely dead and nothing could live in it for over 100 years. By 1990, the walleye were back in Lake Erie. Walleye only live in clean water.

I remember walking down a southern California beach and seeing globs of oil everywhere. I haven't seen that for a while.

Look up the town of Love Canal.

Anytime you have large masses of people, a certain amount of pollution is inevitable. But nothing that we see today is anywhere near as bad as what it was in the 1960s and 1970s.

People didn't create flesh-eating bacteria or toxic algae. It's always been here and periodically pops up. You hear about it more today because of the Internet and media coverage. If it wasn't for the media, we wouldn't even know about it in Arizona.

What Is Vibrio Vulnificus? Florida Issues Warning Over Deadly Flesh-eating Bacteria

What is a red tide?

I don't know of any USA city that's dumping trash in the oceans. It did happen in the past, but I thought it was stopped decades ago. New York used to float barges of trash out into the ocean and dump them.

I am not one of these world of warcraft millennials on here.

I was born in the 50's and remember seeing the gas being burned from refineries along the Jersey Turnpike. I lived in Chicago when the air was putrid, and again when it was cleaned up. I remember the Cuyahoga river burning, shortly before I moved to Hudson Ohio , everybody talked about it and there was a song. Bags of medical waste including needles in the Jersey shore.

We still had lots of trash on the ground in the 80's. Cigarette butts galore on the beaches in Miami.

Jamaica, a 3rd world impoverished island had none of that trash at the time, at least outside of Kingston. Might be different now.

My dad told me that the pollution from coke plants in Indianapolis was so bad (30's-40's?) that on the way to work, he often had to help a co worker navigate his car down the street.

However, the trash we are creating is coming back in droves. Yes, folks are more concerned about the environment and not throwing stuff out the car window. But when they get to Walmart, all that nasty stuff ends up on the ground. But the stuff we though was being recycled in China and elsewhere ends up in the ocean. We are simply paying them to take it away. Those plastic bags from the grocery store? Scandalous.

I think you can agree the EPA and the environmentalists cleaned up a lot of the nastiness after the 70's and beyond.

But the job is not done, and it is all creeping back in the form of pollution we cannot see.
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Because he is a misanthrope.
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