He is as bad and as senile as Kibbles. When he gets banned again, he should reregister as Pud_Kibbles.
The one about Greenland ice moving slower than in the past 9000 years and the vast interior ice sheet thickening?
All lies. You posted about buying it late last week and there was no way to get out with a profit with that massive gap down Sunday. Was it a 45% loss in UGAZ then? "Tee hee".
Let's not forget the 15% loss you took from Sunday night-Tuesday on NG futures.
BTW, I know you don't believe in T/A, but gold miners have broken out and will be going much higher although now is probably not a bad time to take off some of the position as the probably will need to pullback a little before they prepare for the next move. GDX will touch 17 this month.
Puddy, once again, it looks like it's YOUR religion responsible for millions upon millions of deaths.
WRONG. 100s of millions ARE being displaced because of insane warmietard regulations.
So we should just kill all the homeless or kick them out of their homes?
The United Nations global warming deal could make another five million people homeless in the world’s poorest countries, for the express purpose of setting forest land aside to slow global warming through conservation.
Millions who live in and depend on forests for their livelihoods could be evicted from their wooded homes, according to new study which will be released later this month.
The new study by the Rights and Resources Initiative shows implementation of the U.N.’s agenda in Liberia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) could displace up to 4.1 million living in the heavily inhabited ecologically “protected” areas and another 0.9 million who depend on the region for their economic well-being. The intended goal of this mass displacement is to set aside local forest land to fight global warming.
“Governments have targets to expand their protected areas, and now with new climate funding being available the risk is they will use this to expand in a way that doesn’t respect local rights. It could result in the displacement of millions of people,” Andy White, from the Rights and Resources Initiative, told the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
Previous analysis shows that as many as 17 million people have already been displaced from newly “ecologically protected” areas in the DRC alone by the local government and “international conservation organisations.” That’s almost a quarter of the DRC’s population. The new study suggests that the impacts on displaced people would be extremely difficult to mitigate.
“Our new masters … like the animals more than humans and do not mind that people suffer as long as the animals are happy,” a local Mbuti tribal leader in the DRC said.
The new analysis used data from Oak Ridge National Laboratory to calculate how many people would be forced to migrate after their livelihoods were destroyed by ecological protection. Since the DRC is the world’s second poorest country, any economic disruption can be devastating...
Truly a "rare and exciting" event in those parts since kids just don't know what snow is.
Yup, only the big bottomfeeders of society who live with their mother and sell shoes believe in the hoax.
By Jenni Ryall
2016-02-04 05:02:57 UTC
Australian science body the CSIRO is expected to slash hundreds of jobs, according to multiple reports.
The departments bearing the brunt of the cuts are the Oceans and Atmosphere division and the Land and Water division, Fairfax Media reported. It is believed more than 100 jobs in each department with be lost.
The Guardian Australia confirmed the news was shared in an email to staff from Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) Chief Executive Larry Marshall on Thursday and put down to a strategic decision.
He wrote, according to the publication, the job losses were in line with the 2020 strategy for the organisation and that it needed to adapt to an "uncertain future."
Australia's Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science Christopher Pyne said in a statement emailed to Mashable Australia the decision is an operational one. "After an extensive review the management of the CSIRO have stated the need to re-organise the organisation to better fulfill its mission as outlined in its strategic plan," Pyne said.
Some are not convinced, with one scientist telling Fairfax Media the cuts will impact climate research directly. "Climate will be all gone, basically," the scientist said. "We understand both the Prime Minister [Malcolm Turnbull] and the [Science] Minister [Christopher Pyne] have signed off on the cuts."
Australian Academy of Science President Andrew Holmes said in a statement he was seriously concerned about the country's future ability to undertake climate and environmental research, along with monitoring climate change in the Southern Hemisphere.
You forgot to log out and log in as someone else. Thanks for letting me know you're many of these multi id lunatics.
Notice how he always bashes Rs and never Ds? Look who's running for the Ds... Hillary... J, Bernie... J and possibly Bloomberg... J as an independent. Why does Porky love J POTUS candidates when he claims to hate Js?
Other non-related sports clips were an Afghan getting a Messi jersey, a terminally ill kid being signed to the Lakers for one day and a marching band. What on Earth happened to this channel? It has been downhill for years but now it's just unwatchable.
"LONG NAT GAS! Oh wait, it's down 15% in two days? Oh, yeah I sold it!"
Kibbles IS proud of you Warmietard.