How Will the Global Warming Scare Mongers Going To Explain This?

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According to a Russian scientist, global temperatures are going to cool in the next few decades : A Russian scientist predicts a period of global cooling in coming decades, followed by a warmer interval. Full Story
notasitseems

United States

#1 Aug 26, 2006
Al simply forgot to send them tickets to his movie. It was always a scheme and a hoax to make money for Al.
Way Too Open

United States

#2 Aug 26, 2006
notasitseems wrote:
Al simply forgot to send them tickets to his movie. It was always a scheme and a hoax to make money for Al.
Okay, so Al is a horse's ### but global warming isn't going away.
notasitseems

United States

#3 Aug 26, 2006
Way Too Open wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, so Al is a horse's ### but global warming isn't going away.
Yes, you're right it will keep repeating itself just like it has done in past centurys. Ice age, mild climate, warming, ice age...... and it goes on and on and on and on.
KSF

United States

#4 Aug 26, 2006
notasitseems wrote:
<quoted text>Yes, you're right it will keep repeating itself just like it has done in past centurys. Ice age, mild climate, warming, ice age...... and it goes on and on and on and on.
Who knows? You could be right, you could be wrong. I don't know ... I haven't been around for thousands of years ... still, all the s*** we put into the atmosphere can't be ignored.
George

Hayward, CA

#5 Aug 26, 2006
This is just one scientist's opinion, and should not be taken as scientific fact until a majority of scientists accept his conclusions. Currently, the vast majority of scientists in the field are accepting global warming, and attribute it in part to rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. There is an enormous amount of evidence to support the global warming theory, and one scientist's opinion will not overturn this evidence. I hope he is right, becasue if he is not, the future looks hot, but not bright.
notasitseems

United States

#6 Aug 27, 2006
George wrote:
This is just one scientist's opinion, and should not be taken as scientific fact until a majority of scientists accept his conclusions. Currently, the vast majority of scientists in the field are accepting global warming, and attribute it in part to rising levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. There is an enormous amount of evidence to support the global warming theory, and one scientist's opinion will not overturn this evidence. I hope he is right, becasue if he is not, the future looks hot, but not bright.
Remember the alarm some years ago,when the fear was that there was a new 'ice age' in our immediate future ? All the scientists were jumping on that band wagon then as many are doing so today with global warming. There are many scientists today that are doing more detail research on climate changes than in the past and there is not a consensus opinion of whether global warming is a natural occurrence or encouraged by man's activities. We know that carbon dioxide is needed by all plant life in order for us to survive and humans breath in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. I'm more concerned with the depletion of the ozone than with something we cannot do anything about. Chlorofluorocarbons and halon compounds have been linked to the growing hole in the ozone and this mankind can do something about. These chemicals are used in industrial solvents, refrigeration, and air-conditioning systems and as aerosol propellants. Hallons are also used as fire suppressants.
blunt mocker

UK

#7 Oct 30, 2006
notasitseems wrote:
<quoted text>Remember the alarm some years ago,when the fear was that there was a new 'ice age' in our immediate future ? All the scientists were jumping on that band wagon then as many are doing so today with global warming. There are many scientists today that are doing more detail research on climate changes than in the past and there is not a consensus opinion of whether global warming is a natural occurrence or encouraged by man's activities. We know that carbon dioxide is needed by all plant life in order for us to survive and humans breath in oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide. I'm more concerned with the depletion of the ozone than with something we cannot do anything about. Chlorofluorocarbons and halon compounds have been linked to the growing hole in the ozone and this mankind can do something about. These chemicals are used in industrial solvents, refrigeration, and air-conditioning systems and as aerosol propellants. Hallons are also used as fire suppressants.
trouble with this scare story is that the Govt, here and the USA, will use it as an excuse to tax us silly. I remember the cooling theory, and the overpopulation of London prediction (population actually dropped by 2 million) Why not stick to the asteroid scares, we know Bruce Willis can sort that out! also the scaremongers must think humans are very stupid and unadaptable, as we have survived the Ice Age already, with NO technology except fire!
Hattushalish I

Albuquerque, NM

#8 Oct 30, 2006
So the atmosphere will cool, then warm then cool ... big surprise.
So much of the discourse on this silly subject is nonsense.
There will be winners and losers, changers and change-phobes. This is all going absolutely NOPLACE.
Leadership and the citizens need to bring common areas of argeement and actually DO something.
Hattushalish I

Albuquerque, NM

#9 Oct 30, 2006
George from Fremont concludes:
"I hope he is right, because if he is not, the future looks hot, but not bright."

But not bright? Where do you get this crap? The whole climate change hypothesis is based on limited sampling of an immense atmosphere over very large time variables. Very little technology TODAY is capable of definitively sampling the atmosphere let alone fluff up far more sketchy data from 30 years ago, or tree ring studies that only reflect rain fall from thousands of years ago. It's like sampling twenty cells in your body and deciding you're going to have a fever in ten years.
You MAY have a fever in ten years. But fevers have benefits and costs.
To then speculate on limited (in the context of the amount of energy in the planet's system)and now biased data conclusions what the consequences of this possible change will be is absolutely RIDICULOUS.
It simply feeds into the culture of fear attitude that politicians (with a small "p" meaning environmentalists and non-environmentalists as well as tax-happy bureaucrats, the media and Politicians)perpetuate in order to sell newspaper equivalents and justify taxes and keep the masses entertained by the circus while they all live in comfort.
Disasters end up being good for the economy! Look into data of disaster areas after 3-5 years.
Global warming will end up being good for most economies and those that will be losers will lose because like you, they fear change, refuse to plan to embrace change and die!
There is nothing about these silly hypotheses that, if like the blind pig finding a truffle, happen to be right indicate that any of this will be catastrophic. CATASTROPE - a sudden over-turning.

Turn off the TV and stop listening to the debate. Teach youth to think for themselves and be FLEXIBLE.
Then the future will be bright indeed.
TheOne

United States

#10 Oct 30, 2006
Hattushalish I wrote:
George from Fremont concludes:
"I hope he is right, because if he is not, the future looks hot, but not bright."
But not bright? Where do you get this crap? The whole climate change hypothesis is based on limited sampling of an immense atmosphere over very large time variables. Very little technology TODAY is capable of definitively sampling the atmosphere let alone fluff up far more sketchy data from 30 years ago, or tree ring studies that only reflect rain fall from thousands of years ago. It's like sampling twenty cells in your body and deciding you're going to have a fever in ten years.
You MAY have a fever in ten years. But fevers have benefits and costs.
To then speculate on limited (in the context of the amount of energy in the planet's system)and now biased data conclusions what the consequences of this possible change will be is absolutely RIDICULOUS.
It simply feeds into the culture of fear attitude that politicians (with a small "p" meaning environmentalists and non-environmentalists as well as tax-happy bureaucrats, the media and Politicians)perpetuate in order to sell newspaper equivalents and justify taxes and keep the masses entertained by the circus while they all live in comfort.
Disasters end up being good for the economy! Look into data of disaster areas after 3-5 years.
Global warming will end up being good for most economies and those that will be losers will lose because like you, they fear change, refuse to plan to embrace change and die!
There is nothing about these silly hypotheses that, if like the blind pig finding a truffle, happen to be right indicate that any of this will be catastrophic. CATASTROPE - a sudden over-turning.
Turn off the TV and stop listening to the debate. Teach youth to think for themselves and be FLEXIBLE.
Then the future will be bright indeed.
Your not very smart are you.
Craving Objectivity

Albuquerque, NM

#11 Oct 30, 2006
"one"- nice rebuttal. I like the way you refuted all the observations and how you managed in so few words shatter that post with an ad hominem slice.
I can feel it getting catastrophic as I type!
dud fivers UK

UK

#12 Oct 30, 2006
Hattushalish I wrote:
George from Fremont concludes:
"I hope he is right, because if he is not, the future looks hot, but not bright."
But not bright? Where do you get this crap? The whole climate change hypothesis is based on limited sampling of an immense atmosphere over very large time variables. Very little technology TODAY is capable of definitively sampling the atmosphere let alone fluff up far more sketchy data from 30 years ago, or tree ring studies that only reflect rain fall from thousands of years ago. It's like sampling twenty cells in your body and deciding you're going to have a fever in ten years.
You MAY have a fever in ten years. But fevers have benefits and costs.
To then speculate on limited (in the context of the amount of energy in the planet's system)and now biased data conclusions what the consequences of this possible change will be is absolutely RIDICULOUS.
It simply feeds into the culture of fear attitude that politicians (with a small "p" meaning environmentalists and non-environmentalists as well as tax-happy bureaucrats, the media and Politicians)perpetuate in order to sell newspaper equivalents and justify taxes and keep the masses entertained by the circus while they all live in comfort.
Disasters end up being good for the economy! Look into data of disaster areas after 3-5 years.
Global warming will end up being good for most economies and those that will be losers will lose because like you, they fear change, refuse to plan to embrace change and die!
There is nothing about these silly hypotheses that, if like the blind pig finding a truffle, happen to be right indicate that any of this will be catastrophic. CATASTROPE - a sudden over-turning.
Turn off the TV and stop listening to the debate. Teach youth to think for themselves and be FLEXIBLE.
Then the future will be bright indeed.
well now it goes a step further, as the UK govt. is going to tax us because it is getting hotter. The UK makes 2% of the world's CO2.(and this all ASSUMES that CO2 is the sole cause!) So what about China and India, not just CO2 but all kinds of toxic filth? How do supposedly intelligent people fall for this guff?
Craving Objectivity

Albuquerque, NM

#13 Oct 30, 2006
It isn't good business to teach people to think critically and be flexible. So we have a populace of mental midgets (apologies to little people) ripe for exploitation.
And don't get me wrong, I fall for it a lot. But I believe in questioning authority (all shades) and trying to make my own judgments - which is getting harder and harder with the ubiquity of processed information.
Governments are realizing the innovation of using "global warming" as an exploitation tool. If scientists believed the moon was green cheese, politicians would tax human cheese production to bolster competition.
notasitseems

United States

#14 Oct 30, 2006
blunt mocker wrote:
<quoted text>
trouble with this scare story is that the Govt, here and the USA, will use it as an excuse to tax us silly. I remember the cooling theory, and the overpopulation of London prediction (population actually dropped by 2 million) Why not stick to the asteroid scares, we know Bruce Willis can sort that out! also the scaremongers must think humans are very stupid and unadaptable, as we have survived the Ice Age already, with NO technology except fire!
Afraid that you are correct. Just another means to gather revenue. Once it gets implemented, then they will fine tune the taxes. I can see the day coming when there will be a mileage tax on all autos. The only ones that will be driving and flying will be the elite and politicians.
Steve

Birmingham, AL

#15 Oct 30, 2006
Oh My God! The sky is falling, the sky is falling!!!
Lance Winslow

Bellevue, WA

#16 Oct 31, 2006
I don't know how they are going to explain, it only I agree with the Russian Scientist this time.
dud fivers UK

Mumbai, India

#17 Oct 31, 2006
Steve wrote:
Oh My God! The sky is falling, the sky is falling!!!
don't worry, we have Al Gore to help now. he is bringing over mel Gibson, Superman, and Bruce Willis to help Tony.
Lance Winslow

United States

#18 Oct 31, 2006
AL GORE:

Politician who;

1.) Invented the Internet

2.) Invented Global Warming

Only got paid for the second one.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#19 Apr 24, 2013
Lance Winslow wrote:
AL GORE:
Politician who;
1.) Invented the Internet
2.) Invented Global Warming
Only got paid for the second one.
Correction is required. Mr Gore did not invent either.

He gets paid for a lot of his accomplishments and pays taxes to USA.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#20 Apr 24, 2013
Way Too Open wrote:
<quoted text>
Okay, so Al is a horse's ### but global warming isn't going away.
Why hate a messenger?

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