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24 days ago.
by Kendall78
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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Stillhere

These people are socialists make no mistake, the goal is wealth redistribution world wide. They hide behind a coven of very few supposed scientists that derive thier living from propoganda all the while pretending to represent the body of science. They have been dead wrong yet they remain undeterred and frauds like Harry come to forums like these to help the cause.

Posted 157 days ago.

Stillhere

Care to discuss the margin of error yet HARRY?? I thought not!

Posted 157 days ago.

Stillhere

I see the fraud is back with his "Everyone agrees lie". Funny he ran like a schoolgirl when called on his "scientific" claims about 2014 being the warmesr on record! Just a common fraud little else.

Posted 157 days ago.

harryanderson

I’m not in favor of EPA, or any other government body, regulating CO2. I’d prefer that individuals take responsibility for their own actions, including CO2 emissions, and not wait for government to act. I don’t want to give more power to the state.

Happily, 54% of conservative Republicans are ready to accept the science of global warming and address it. And these lead some traditionally conservative organizations, including Exxon, Shell, BP, the British Conservative Party, and the US Military.

Sadly, Congress refuses to accept and act. By so doing, they cede power to the executive.

Please write your Republican representatives in Congress and let them know they’re out of step with their constituents on global warming.

Posted 157 days ago.

harryanderson

It seems every Republican in Congress wants to stop the EPA from regulating CO2 emissions.

However, the Yale Project on Climate Change Communication reports that Republicans in general don’t support the global warming policies of the Congressional leaders.

56% of Republicans “support regulating CO2 as a pollutant.” This includes 54% of conservative Republicans.

44% of Republicans “support setting STRICT CO2 emission limits on EXISTING coal-fired power plants.” (emphasis added)

htt p://environment.yale.ed u/climate-communication/article/not-all-republicans-think-alike-about-global-warming/

Since Republicans in general are about evenly split on regulating CO2, one would think the leaders in Congress would engage in lively debate on this issue. Not so. Congressional Republicans’ policy doesn’t reflect the thinking of their constituents.

Posted 157 days ago.

Kunectdots

Stillhere - I still question how all the C8 got into the local aquifer over the years. IF it is from a process of being purposefully pumped into the ground via "test well" operations, the offender NEEDS TO HAVE their deep pockets explored and somebody should possibly be looking out from behind bars (IMO). THAT would be motive to put your past behind you and "slowly withdrawing from the area".

You are aware, when an offense is egregiously irresponsible and involves massive amounts of ($)damages($), a competent attorney (law firm) can be in position to partially shield the offending party by portraying themselves as representing the plaintiff and moderating the total damage's appearance to the public... for a ($)price($), off course?

Posted 159 days ago.

absolem

moderation...the post immediately preceeding my comment that you question.

Posted 159 days ago.

Stillhere

Kunec, they sue the one with deep pockets, looks as if DuPont is slowly withdrawing from the area

Posted 159 days ago.

Kunectdots

NOW, the operators of the brine injection wells at Torch, Ohio are seeking permission to establish a 4th well. If I were an attorney representing DuPont in ongoing litigation concerning the ill-effects of C8 on humans, I'd be ALL IN FAVOR of as many brine wells established downriver as possible. Future disease development will be hard to blame upon DuPont's negligence if other poisons are being pumped into the aquifers by brine disposal units.

Posted 160 days ago.

Stillhere

I applaud this move. The risk associated with anthropogenic climate change should be a scientific, not a political, issue

What HARRY means is, as long as mathematics or margins of error are not considered

Posted 160 days ago.

Stillhere

He's reduced to saying "see the Brits Agree with me". Lol

Posted 160 days ago.

Stillhere

He's reduced to saying "see the Brits Agree with me". Lol

Posted 160 days ago.

Stillhere

HARRY you don't wish to explain margins of error being greater than supposed warming??? So much for science Huh.

Posted 160 days ago.

harryanderson

The British Conservative Party’s decision marks an important step against the propaganda campaign to discredit climate scientists’ work.

Posted 160 days ago.

harryanderson

I hope that our leaders follow the UK’s example and work across party lines to address the anthropogenic global warming threat and other problems. If we don’t, we won’t make it. A house divided against itself cannot stand.

Posted 160 days ago.

Stillhere

Of course not HARRY, care to retract your claim that 2014 was the hottest on record or do facts not matter in that case?

Posted 160 days ago.

Stillhere

Margin of error?

Posted 160 days ago.

harryanderson

Major-party leaders in our closest ally, Britain, have agreed not to politicize the conclusion of almost all climate scientists.

Conservative Party leader (and Prime Minister) David Cameron has agreed to fight climate change with the leaders of the two major opposition parties.

“David Cameron, Nick Clegg and Ed Miliband have signed a joint pledge to tackle climate change, which they say will protect the UK’s national security and economic prosperity. The agreement of the three party leaders is highly unusual and comes amid a general election campaign that is becoming increasingly bitter.”

htt p://ww w.theguardian.co m/environment/2015/feb/14/cameron-clegg-and-miliband-sign-joint-climate-pledge

I applaud this move. The risk associated with anthropogenic climate change should be a scientific, not a political, issue.

Posted 160 days ago.

moderation

Which one, absolem?

Posted 160 days ago.

absolem

i tend to believe that most rational people will agree with your post.

Posted 162 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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