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  • wrm366 wrm366 Aug 17, 2013 12:47 AM Flag

    Global Climate "Change" science is promoted by those who will make money from it. It has no algorithms that work.

    Did you know there is cloud cover at 200 to 300 thousand feet? What role does that play? What role does the increased energy needs of the population over the last 50 years added and what role has air conditioning played. Did you know that some data was collected from sensors that were not moved when Air conditioning heat exchangers were put in close proximity to them. Stored energy in the earth in the form of gas, coal, oil and Nuclear is released every second in greater amounts, more animals are raised to feed the 7 Billion mouths that cry to be feed, Air conditioning dumps heat into the air immediately that should be release over 24 hrs...oh wait, it's all due to CO2. This is pushed by self serving interest who see it as the only way to make BIG money by selling carbon credits, make instruments or electrical generation systems tat are green. I have bread that is Green and I don't swallow it.

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    • many_worlds_interpretation many_worlds_interpretation Aug 21, 2013 6:44 AM Flag

      Thank God there is an Internet so whackos like you can vent safely. You *are* a Republican, aren't you? Only citizens of that ilk can be so appallingly stupid!

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      • In a New York Times op-ed today, physicist Adam Frank bemoans what he sees, not implausibly, as a decline in public respect for science. One of his observations is noteworthy : "In 1989, when 'climate change' had just entered the public lexicon, 63 percent of Americans understood it was a problem. Almost 25 years later, that proportion is actually a bit lower, at 58 percent."

        After a quarter-century of wildly alarmist predictions that have failed to pan out--often with specific dates now in the past--we'd say the five-point decline Frank cites is dismayingly low. And while Al Gore isn't a scientist, the Climategate scandal showed that some scientists are no more scrupulous than he is.

        "What has been lost," Frank writes, "is an understanding that science's open-ended, evidence-based processes--rather than just its results--are essential to meeting [mankind's] challenges." Just so.

        It has been lost in no small part because scientists and others claiming the authority of science have given their political objectives priority over the patient empiricism of the scientific method--and even, as in Al Gore's case, over basic veracity.

      • Actually an R&D scientist with 35 Global warming algorithms that have all failed. The only people that are pushing Global Warming...oh wait, they know (unlike you) that all the algorithms have failed as well as the bulk of the data has proven to be made up or manipulated so (get on board with this) it is now called Global Climate Change. So if it gets warmer or if it gets colder it's all due to CO2. If you truly wish to understand "CO2GCC" follow the money. Al Gore can explain it to you.

    • rodentologist@bellsouth.net rodentologist Aug 19, 2013 7:41 AM Flag

      "Did you know there is cloud cover at 200 to 300 thousand feet? What role does that play? What role does the increased energy needs of the population over the last 50 years added and what role has air conditioning played."

      Dunce, you could make the very same arguments to argue that the reason why Hiroshima was hotter right after the atomic bomb blast was not due to the atomic bomb.

      "Did you know that some data was collected from sensors that were not moved when Air conditioning heat exchangers were put in close proximity to them"

      Do you know that some of the data collected at Hiroshima was from regions right near air conditioners?

      Dunce, the region of the Earth measured as heating the most are the polar regions. Do you think there are a lot of air conditioners in Antarctica? Better yet, are there air conditioners just sitting on the barren ice over the North Pole?

      "Nuclear is released every second in greater amounts"

      And what amounts would that be? Give me your answer in ergs per second.

 

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