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LSURussian
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You seem to be jaded against all of the scientific community for some reason or another

No, just the climate scientists who forge data, ignore facts and pretend their own computer models don't exist when those models are proven wrong.



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Diamondawg
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There's no denying that from time to time scientists get it wrong and have to revise their theories
You mean like with evolution?






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The Calvin
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Just stop before I have to go get your tinfoil hat


Evolution is fact. But leave that in the other thread






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RogerTheShrubber
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I guess some scientists are just wrong

Russians predict global cooling

Alaska has been cooling for 15 years, with the exception of the far north coast.


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That is even more significant because NASA’s climate science has been controlled for years by global warming hysteric James Hansen, who recently announced his retirement.

But this same concern is increasingly being echoed worldwide. The Voice of Russia reported on April 22, 2013,

“Global warming which has been the subject of so many discussions in recent years, may give way to global cooling. According to scientists from the Pulkovo Observatory in St.Petersburg, solar activity is waning, so the average yearly temperature will begin to decline as well. Scientists from Britain and the US chime in saying that forecasts for global cooling are far from groundless.”

That report quoted Yuri Nagovitsyn of the Pulkovo Observatory saying, “Evidently, solar activity is on the decrease. The 11-year cycle doesn’t bring about considerable climate change – only 1-2%. The impact of the 200-year cycle is greater – up to 50%. In this respect, we could be in for a cooling period that lasts 200-250 years.” In other words, another Little Ice Age.



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Diamondawg
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Evolution is fact.
Prove it - in the other thread.






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The Calvin
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Alrighty





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Gladius Veritas
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Prove it


Already been done






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LSURussian
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Roger, the article you linked is an eye opener.

Regarding the head Warmer running NASA, no wonder the official NASA policy has been to promote global warming. It will be interesting to see if NASA changes its stance now that he has retired.

I guess we're back to global cooling. Deja vu all over again....







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PsychTiger
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According to scientists from the Pulkovo Observatory in St.Petersburg, solar activity is waning, so the average yearly temperature will begin to decline as well.


Where do these "scientists" get off saying the sun effects global temperatures? I was assured any changes were due to man-made pollution.






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NC_Tigah
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Where do these "scientists" get off saying the sun effects global temperatures?
Yeah, what a bunch'a dolts.






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cwill
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You have to consider the possibility that god is controlling the temp from a big thermostat on Jupiter....it's possible after all.





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NC_Tigah
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You have to consider the possibility that god is controlling the temp from a big thermostat on Jupiter....it's possible after all.
I'd prefer to think the sun might go thru 100Kyr cycles, thanks.






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cwill
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I'd prefer to think the sun might go thru 100Kyr cycles, thanks.


So it's just a preference of belief, so the god thermostat on Jupiter remains a plausible possibility!






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PsychTiger
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It's possible until we can definitively rule it out. We'll label the Jupiter Thermostat Theory the Alternative Hypothesis.





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NC_Tigah
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so the god thermostat on Jupiter remains a plausible possibility!
Far more so than plausibility of CO2 being a greenhouse gas






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cwill
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Far more so than plausibility of CO2 being a greenhouse gas


Maybe god was angry with us? He wrapped CO2 from Venus around the earth to burn us out? I mean it's plausible and can't be foreclosed as a possibility, right?






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NC_Tigah
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He wrapped CO2 from Venus around the earth to burn us out? I mean it's plausible and can't be foreclosed as a possibility, right?

Actually that can be foreclosed. CO2 in terrestrial atmospheric concentrations does not significantly impact warming.

Turns out, your God wrapped his same identical CO2 "blanket" around Mars . . . same "blanket" with the same CO2 concentration as Earth. It's one hell of an ineffective cover.






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RogerTheShrubber
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This was interesting.

LINK

Unfortunately people will probably scan through it and come to the conclusion the world will end in a few years because all marine life will be dead.

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Hundreds of millions of people around the world rely on marine life susceptible to warming temperatures and ocean acidification, the souring of seas from carbon dioxide emitted by burning coal, oil and natural gas. That includes Northwest oyster growers and crabbers in the frigid Bering Sea, who now face great uncertainty from shifts in marine chemistry.

But from Africa to Alaska, many coastal communities face a substantially greater risk. These cultures are so thoroughly dependent on marine life threatened by CO2 that a growing body of research suggests their children or grandchildren could struggle to find enough food.

The science of deciphering precisely who might see seafood shortages remains embryonic.

But with many of the most at-risk coastal communities already facing poverty, marine pollution, overfishing and rising seas, the potential for calamity is high.

"I can't tell you how many people will be affected," said Sarah Cooley, at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Massachusetts, who studies links between acidification and food security. "But it's going to be a very big number."

Said Andreas Andersson, an acidification and coral reef expert with the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego: "These people are literally going to be fighting for their lives.


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Rising temperatures already wreak havoc on corals. Warming waters can cause corals to eject the algae that give them their vibrant color, weakening or killing reefs and turning them white. This process is known as bleaching. Without reductions in global emissions, 90 percent of reefs by midcentury are projected to see severe bleaching episodes every year.

Ocean acidification will just compound the problem.

A quarter of the CO2 spewed by cars and power plants winds up in the ocean. That lowers the pH, makes waters more corrosive and reduces carbonate ions, which then makes it harder for marine creatures to build their shells and skeletons.


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(This report was produced, in part, with funding from the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.)



The center is a group which serves to influence individuals and lawmakers.

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The Center's goal is to raise the standard of coverage of international systemic crises, and to do so in a way that engages both the broad public and government policy-makers. The organization is based in Washington, D.C.
The Pulitzer funds international travel costs associated with reporting projects on topics and regions of global importance. Grant amounts for journalists depend on the project and range from $3,000 to $20,000. All journalists, writers or filmmakers, both freelance and staff of any nationality, may apply.


So, for the warmist alarmist, the propaganda isn't flowing one way






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redfish99
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And hurricanes ....





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