Yet the left continues to argue that the nanny state will allow the impoverished to "get back on their feet". Looks like all they needed was a little push. I wonder how many unnecessary billions we wasted on those programs for parasites.
Barring a miracle of course.
Do you just tell them that you're gay?
Very quick move out the gate though.
I posted the same thing yesterday. It will fall very shortly and serve as a boon to commodities (especially PMs) and probably stocks for at least a little while.
Notice how he just ignores these threads now when he has no answer... which he never does anymore. I accept his lack of rebuttal as conceding that he can no longer defend the farce.
You have yet to prove that CO2 causes higher temperatures and for some reason you deny that CO2 is good for plants and will result in a green planet.
I was using capitalism in a much broader sense, not just as it pertains to the stock market.
The article also destroys the notion of a "global temperature" by pointing out the absurdities of trying to average temperatures at various longitude, latitudes, altitudes in the atmosphere and in the depths of the ocean, etc.
From the radical warmist's own backyard...
But I do know that what NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies and NOAA’s National Climatic Data Center actually reported was rather less categorical than what the news accounts — or the White House — might lead you to believe. As both government agencies made clear in their briefing materials, the likelihood that 2014 was the planet’s warmest year is far from a slam-dunk. Indeed, the probability that 2014 set a record is not 99 percent or 95 percent, but less than 50 percent. NOAA’s number-crunchers put the probability at 48 percent; NASA’s analysis came in at 38 percent. The agencies rationalize their attention-getting headline on the grounds that the probabilities were even lower for other candidates for the label of “hottest year in history.”
But other compilers of the standard global temperature datasets have been more circumspect. The report from the UK Met Office noted only that “2014 was one of the warmest years in a record dating back to 1850.” Given the size of the margin of error, it acknowledged, “It’s not possible to definitively say which of several recent years was the warmest.” Similarly, the Berkeley Earth summary of its 2014 calculations explained that last year’s bottom line was statistically identical to other recent years. “Therefore,” it noted candidly, “it is impossible to conclude from our analysis which of 2014, 2010, or 2005 was actually the warmest year.”
You don’t have to be a scientist to realize that climate is complicated and hard to get right. Climate models have so far been unable to accurately predict changes in global temperature. Experts didn’t foresee the global cooling that began in the 1940s and didn’t anticipate the warming cycle that started in the late 1970s. Climate science is still in its infancy, and it would be folly to treat any single explanation for changes in global temperatures as impervious to challenge or skepticism.
I am only talking about the bears who have an unhealthy hatred toward it. The ones that hate the market so much that it affects their entire perception of life and makes them hate their country, fellow man, capitalism, etc and makes them all around miserable human beings. It's obvious who falls into that category.
Some of the hatred is because some bears are radical communists and hate capitalism.
Some bears are extremely pessimistic.
And others seem to understand that the govt. numbers since Barry took over have been fudged to a certain degree and while they may be correct, it has led to a profound hatred towards the market.
We know where various users on this board stand.
Just saying. Could be a bear trap.