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5 days ago.
by mythravere
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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h ttp://dailycaller.c om/2014/02/20/report-farmers-almanac-more-accurate-than-govt-climate-scientists/

Farmers'Almanac is more accurate than climate scientists.

Posted 161 days ago.

Kendall78

Hmm, so if the experts get climate predictions wrong..everything they say about climate change is wrong. That is your way of thinking on this right?

So since the experts at Fox News got their predictions wrong about the Presidential election, everything they say about the President is therefor wrong..right?

Posted 161 days ago.

ht tp://w ww.businessweek.c om/articles/2014-02-18/the-official-forecast-of-the-u-dot-s-dot-government-never-saw-this-winter-coming

They can't even predict a hard winter.Let's all go crazy about their 100 year predictions.

Asteroids WILL happen.

Posted 161 days ago.

moderation

lts- no

Posted 162 days ago.

mythravere

Not worried at all about an asteroid. Especially one that is gonna pack a 2500 megaton wallop.

If it happens and I don't die in the initial hit I'll put a bullet in my head.

Then again. It might be cool to go outside and watch chunks of the earth reenter the atmosphere...before you die anyways.

Posted 162 days ago.

Kendall78

Fools and little children tend to take serious things and poke fun at them. Mostly because they don't understand them.

Posted 162 days ago.

mythravere

For example on the way home from work today I was think about the asphalt that was used to pave the road.

What would take the place of the bitumen used to make the roads if it weren't available.

Sure we could use concrete. But concrete doesn't lend itself well to roads that are dynamic in their course. Concrete roadways aren't as easily repaired as an asphalt road either.

So that in itself is a reason to conserve the resource its derived from.

Posted 163 days ago.

mythravere

Aaah finally some constructive skepticism.

Luvthesouth I pretty much agree with what you say.

I often think that we should just let the climate change and try and adapt to what we end up with.

Also I am doubtful we can reverse what we have done without seriously damaging the world economy. Its just that as much as I like renewable resources I don't see them taking over any time soon.

I think the best thing we can do right now is try and become as efficient as possible. That will lead to the use of less carbon based energy by itself.

It also saves those resources because they are just as crucial in other ways as much as they are for their energy uses.

Posted 163 days ago.

luvthesouth

mythravere good afternoon...is it not a means of having the goldilocks and the three bears scenario? too warm, too cool, ahh...just right. my statement is based on proportionality. should we remove the ingredients that have artificailly warmed the planet, how so will the effect be should we reverse the effect. will we be pleased with the result? i agree that we should not destroy our planet and should preserve it the best we can, however we must also be open to the real notion that whatever we do will have a effect on the planet. consider the ebb and flow between the earths warming and cooling cycles when we had either any or no negliable effect on the planet. i support planting trees and reducing pollutants as much as we can. but i am also aware that we must be prepared for the opposite of our intended corrective actions....good or bad.

Posted 163 days ago.

Tiredofit

Oh the short bus climatologist speaks, lets all listen and hope MATH is not involved

Posted 164 days ago.

mythravere

Now there has always been a component of co2 in the atmosphere. I guess theoretically if we had some means of completely removing co2 from the atmosphere we could cool the planet.

But we'd also potentially kill off all life on this planet doing so.

Posted 164 days ago.

mythravere

For arguments sake lets say that we could tomorrow reduce the co2 in the atmosphere to levels that would be expected if all fossils fuels were still in the ground.

The temps could only go down as low as the climate would allow. The climate being determined by all the natural phenomenon that has a hand in either heating or cooling this planet.

Take for example the sun.

And the natural events responsible for say ice ages or inter glacial periods.

Posted 164 days ago.

luvthesouth

oh absolutely not moderation...i am indeed very serious. if we do have the culmulative effect on climate warming, it is not just as probable that we may have the same only observed as a climate cooling effect? especially when you consider that we are in the middle of an ice age right now. from NOVA: "We are still in the midst of the third major cooling period that began around 3 million years ago."

Posted 164 days ago.

moderation

Too successful, lts? Surely,you jest.

Posted 164 days ago.

luvthesouth

moderation, how will we deal with the possibility of the reverse should we be too successful...possibly trade and cap instead of cap and trade?

Posted 164 days ago.

moderation

There is a letter to the Marietta Times editor, written by George Banzinger, that presents some enlightening facts about global warming.And, I must add, undeniable facts.

Posted 164 days ago.

harryanderson

Oh no.

Not the Grammar Police again.

As much as he or she uses the word "imbecile," Thatsabsurd would save a lot of time if they would only develop a keyboard shortcut for it.

Posted 165 days ago.

mythravere

Hey did ya see? We got a genuine scienteest from Ritchie Country working in the artic..oh..sorry arctic.

Maybe we can hit him up for some insight into funding and all that eh?

Posted 165 days ago.

mythravere

I simple error on my part. The gist of which is decerable to anyone with half a brain.

Thatsabsurds post on the other hand seems like something out of the Ninth Configuration.

Posted 165 days ago.

mythravere

And a rather saggy one at that...unable to stand up by your own free will with an astounding lack of symmetry with your twin!

Posted 165 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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