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17 minutes ago.
by Ohwiseone
harryanderson
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Thankfully, the anti-science propaganda campaign surrounding man-made climate change seems to have lost some of its effect.

Are you seeing storm clouds on the horizon? Two recent studies suggest that the latest anti-science campaign is following its forerunners--the propaganda campaigns attempting to refute science that tobacco causes cancer, that CFC's caused the hole in the ozone layer, and so on—into oblivion. Global warming denial seems to have climbed to a peak in 2010, and global warming acceptance is now climbing. This bodes well for rational public policy.

 
 

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harryanderson

So you think the Nobel Peace Prize is science-related.

I disagree with you.

Posted 36 days ago.

Kendall78

Joe forgot to quote this part from his copy/paste:

"As the area covered in sea ice expands scientists have said the ice on the continent of Antarctica which is not over the ocean continues to deplete.

CEO of the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, Tony Worby, said the warming atmosphere is leading to greater sea ice coverage by changing wind patterns."

Is it still "good information" Tired?

Posted 36 days ago.

Kendall78

If one could go back in all these pages and see who talks about Gore the most...it would probably be Tired. He is the one with a fixation on him.

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

And as far as my credentials, I'm no expert. I don't have the training.

But of the experts, as determined by who has published the most climate change articles in peer-reviewed journals, virtually all agree that anthropogenic greenhouse gases are changing the climate.

Wise folks will listen to these experts, not me and not Al Gore.

Posted 36 days ago.

Kendall78

"I brought up his credentials because you ASKED."

And there was nothing about him being a scientist in all that you brought up. So he is irrelevant to the science of global warming.

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

That Nobel is a political award. It's not about science. I don't consider Gore an expert on climate change, so I've never paid attention to him.

Apparently you have, since you keep bringing him up.

Posted 36 days ago.

mythravere

"So did anyone of you Warmers wake up and find a SINGLE PROVABLE FACT proving MANs production of CO2 is (has in the past) warming the planet>>>??? ANYONE??"

There isn't any facts that we can provide that you will accept. You deny those facts because it suits your cause.

Posted 36 days ago.

mythravere

True or False Tiredofit.

You will always say that the proof we provide is false even if it is correct and truthful.

True or false Tiredofit?

You are just on here for a cheap laugh by jerking peoples chains?

Answer these two questions first.

Come on Tiredofit you afraid to answer these questions?

Posted 36 days ago.

Kendall78

Joe forgot to quote this part from his copy/paste:

"As the area covered in sea ice expands scientists have said the ice on the continent of Antarctica which is not over the ocean continues to deplete.

CEO of the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, Tony Worby, said the warming atmosphere is leading to greater sea ice coverage by changing wind patterns."

Tired..is this still good information?

Come on now, you said that part of the copy/paste was good info, be a man and say whether the rest of the neglected copy/paste is good information.

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

You don't have to be a climatologist to ask them questions. So, Tiredofit, since you've listed Al Gore's credentials, do they impress you?

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

Sorry, Tiredofit. Now I remember why you bring up Gore instead of climate scientists. Like you said, you consider it a political, not a scientific issue.

Later. I gotta get back to work.

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

What are Al Gore's credentials? He's no climate scientist. He's a washed-up politician. Why do you keep bringing him up?

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

Open borders are certainly a huge threat, but I don't know if it's bigger. I wonder how much of our military resources we would spend to stabilize the Mideast if they had no oil.

I'm like 2/3 of Republican-leaning voters. We should reduce our use of fossil fuels, period.

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

I have no problem with the Keystone XML pipeline. I sure it can be constructed in a responsible manner.

Posted 36 days ago.

Kendall78

Joe forgot to quote this part from his copy/paste:

"As the area covered in sea ice expands scientists have said the ice on the continent of Antarctica which is not over the ocean continues to deplete.

CEO of the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems CRC, Tony Worby, said the warming atmosphere is leading to greater sea ice coverage by changing wind patterns."

Is it still "good information" Tired?

Posted 36 days ago.

Kendall78

"Good information"

Why was that good information Tired? Was any of what he posted a "provable fact"?

Posted 36 days ago.

JoeBlow

Extent of Antarctic sea ice reaches record levels, scientists say By Jane Ryan and Sam Ikin Updated 15 Sep 2014, 7:26pmMon 15 Sep 2014, 7:26pm Photo: An area about three times the size of Australia, in the Antarctic region, is now covered by sea ice. (British Antarctic Survey) Related Story: Krill diet discovery predicts threat to Antarctic lifeRelated Story: Ozone layer showing signs of thickening, UN saysRelated Story: Atlas of Southern Ocean marine life launchedMap: Antarctica Scientists say the extent of Antarctic sea ice cover is at its highest level since records began.

Satellite imagery reveals an area of about 20 million square kilometres covered by sea ice around the Antarctic continent.

Jan Lieser from the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) said the discovery was made two days ago.

"This is an area covered by sea ice which we've never seen from space before," he said

Posted 36 days ago.

JoeBlow

I wonder how much it is going to cost tax payors to see if climate change has an affect on Snow Shoe Hares? It must be having some affect, since I have never seen one in WV.

Posted 36 days ago.

JoeBlow

This was interesting, but only one persons opinion.

We Will Never Run Out of Oil The Oil Supply - The Doomsday Scenarios are Flawed By Mike Moffatt

Posted 36 days ago.

harryanderson

So are you claiming our dependence on fossil fuels isn't a threat to national security?

Posted 36 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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