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feets_dont_failme_now 8 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 24, 2014 3:29 PM Member since: Sep 3, 2002
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  • ...equaling 40% of US total
    This is up from just 2 bcf/d in 2010, making the Marcellus natural gas plays one of the most astounding energy stories of the last decade. The story keeps getting better--although rig count has remained stable at 100 rigs over the last 10 months, efficiency has been increasing and each rig now supports 6 million cubic feet per day in new-well production each month, a rate which enables the play's overall production to keep growing despite steep decline rates in existing wells.

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    Carbon dioxide sponge

    by redshoe77 Aug 19, 2014 1:13 PM
    feets_dont_failme_now feets_dont_failme_now Aug 22, 2014 12:13 PM Flag

    "...Do you not understand this concept, or are you just being dense?..."

    No, he is just being a troll. Why do you feed him?

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    Just keeps getting colder and colder

    by jaketen2001 Sep 15, 2014 3:19 PM
    feets_dont_failme_now feets_dont_failme_now Sep 15, 2014 4:07 PM Flag

    Of course warmest by thousandths of a degree do you really think they can measure the temperature of the earth to that precision (never mind accuracy). Current records are largely an artifact if adjusting old temperatures cooler. Global warming stopped over 17 years ago. Only time will tell if it starts up again any time soon.

    But here is an exercise, plot a sine wave with a 60 year frequency and see how many years the top 10% of the curve lasts.

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    Just keeps getting colder and colder

    by jaketen2001 Sep 15, 2014 3:19 PM
    feets_dont_failme_now feets_dont_failme_now Sep 16, 2014 2:44 PM Flag

    UAH just came out. It shows a 0.1 degree drop.
    RSS shows a 0.17 degree drop.

  • feets_dont_failme_now by feets_dont_failme_now Sep 23, 2014 12:02 PM Flag

    The plague started so quietly that nobody took any notice of the first isolated outbreak. To be truthful, we can’t actually pinpoint a single incident or even an inception date – there is no patient zero. Through sheer weight of numbers, they easily overwhelmed a few of the smaller skeptic blogs. The initial outbreaks were contained, the thermobaric fuel-air bomb dropped on the site, all the bodies burnt and the infection had been safely cauterised, or so we thought.

    But then they started popping up all over the place, lurching towards us with rotting bits of gangrenous flesh hanging off them in strips and making strange incoherent grunting noises. Some people thought they could make out recurring patterns, some semblance of a meta-language hidden away in those grunts but personally I think that was simply pity on the foul creatures. That’s just projection because they were once human; there’s absolutely no demonstrable intelligence remaining in them, just the need to satisfy their vile hunger.

    They were suddenly emerging out of the stifling humidity of their warmist hellfire holes in ever greater numbers, and as if through some pathetic compulsion to once again become a force in the blogosphere, attempting to mob the perimeter defences of any blog that looked vulnerable.

    The alarm flashed around the blogosphere from Skeptic Central – the eco-zombies were on the march and massing for an attack. You have been warned, contact is imminent, raise deflector shields and God be with you.

    People speculated on why they simultaneously decided to leave their festering green blogs en masse, but I think it was quite simply because nobody in their right mind had come anywhere near their nesting sites for ages. The understandable fear of infection or being devoured by them was enough, so they were flocking out into the real world to look for fresh victims.

    They were hungry, very hungry. Not so much for human meat but for a few miserable clicks.

    The Pointman wordpress dot

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    Pipeline hyperbole NOT aka Blue LOSES

    by jaketen2001 Sep 24, 2014 7:26 AM
    feets_dont_failme_now feets_dont_failme_now Sep 24, 2014 11:21 AM Flag

    But you're OK with Hydrogen. Because it is not a gas and can't leak or explode or anything.

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    Pipeline hyperbole NOT aka Blue LOSES

    by jaketen2001 Sep 24, 2014 7:26 AM
    feets_dont_failme_now feets_dont_failme_now Sep 24, 2014 2:04 PM Flag

    When combined with oxygen (i.e., its combustion product) it is the most powerful greenhouse gas of them all.

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    Pipeline hyperbole NOT aka Blue LOSES

    by jaketen2001 Sep 24, 2014 7:26 AM
    feets_dont_failme_now feets_dont_failme_now Sep 24, 2014 3:29 PM Flag

    Correct. Water vapor is the most dominant greenhouse gas on earth.

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