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Since: Jul 11

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#35390 Apr 26, 2013
mememine69 wrote:
*Occupywallstreet does not even mention CO2 in its list of demands because of the bank-funded carbon trading stock markets run by corporations.
Not one IPCC warning says a CO2 catastrophic climate crisis is as real as a comet hit or an asteroid hit. Science has NEVER said it and refuses to say it.
Not one IPCC warning isn't swimming in "maybes".
Not one IPCC warning says a crisis is inevitable or eventual or imminent.
Not one IPCC warning says it "WILL" happen.
Not one IPCC warning explains the tropical fossils under both polar caps proving this climate of today has obviously happened before.
*Science only agrees it "might" happen after 28 years of research so 28 years of “maybe” proves it “WON’T” be a crisis.* Deny that.
When you are working it goes without saying you are also planning for your retirement. So indirectly trying to build a nest egg to cover the possibility of not dying the week after you retire. You are making an investment for living a long life. Its the same with the environment, giving it the same value that oil has or any other high priced commodity builds an economy in itself. Then you could buy your carbon credits and cash them in when you retire. Capitalism could drive the environment just like it does the consumer market but you have to give it value. Then all those alternative energy companies would prosper. It's easy done, it just needs the will power of ppl like you who have closed minds because it goes against their lifestyle. For instance if you bought a Mercedes a couple of years ago they paid all the carbon credits that car would emit for 3 yrs in the price. That's how the environment gets value. Then a farmer with a land full of mature trees is just as rich as the one who has the oil well.
What is so hard to understand about that, just because someone is green doesn't make them a hippie living in a cave. They could also be the next Bill Gates.
gcaveman1

Bay Springs, MS

#35392 Apr 26, 2013
litesong wrote:
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Got to correct your spelling...... the correct way is,'re-pubic-lick-un'....... uncapitalized, even at the beginning of sentences......
Remember........they 'lick' each others 'pubics', over & over, that's where the 're' comes from. Lots to say in that word,'re-pubic-lick-un'.
I forgot and it wasn't in the dictionary.

I know how to spell Republicants and Republicunts. They are all related. None of them know that "Democrat" is a noun and "Democratic" is an adjective.
gcaveman1

Bay Springs, MS

#35393 Apr 26, 2013
mememine69 wrote:
*Occupywallstreet does not even mention CO2 in its list of demands because of the bank-funded carbon trading stock markets run by corporations.
Not one IPCC warning says a CO2 catastrophic climate crisis is as real as a comet hit or an asteroid hit. Science has NEVER said it and refuses to say it.
Not one IPCC warning isn't swimming in "maybes".
Not one IPCC warning says a crisis is inevitable or eventual or imminent.
Not one IPCC warning says it "WILL" happen.
Not one IPCC warning explains the tropical fossils under both polar caps proving this climate of today has obviously happened before.
*Science only agrees it "might" happen after 28 years of research so 28 years of “maybe” proves it “WON’T” be a crisis.* Deny that.
1. Global warming is happening now.

2. Global warming is not inevitably a catastrophe. The world could wise up and avoid the worst.

3. I predict, however, that it will be a catastrophe.

4. Now you have someone who said it and you can blame me for killing your children.
Really

Independence, KS

#35394 Apr 26, 2013
gcaveman1 wrote:
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A little learning is a dangerous thing.
What research? Who did this research and came to this ridiculous conclusion?
How many campfires would it take to equal the GHG output of all of the rest of civilization since 1850? You know, the coal burning power plants, the steel mills, the cars, trucks, trains, planes? Did you forget that primitive people have also set grassland and forest fires, either accidentally or on purpose?
Have you ever heard of critical thinking? I recommend it.
Is that you, Teener?
It is ridiculous to think people caused global warming then, just as it is ridiculous that people caused the prior warming when there were no people around. So why did the sea level rise 390 feet, and the Nebraska glaciers melt, both at a faster rate than now?
al bore

Mount Hope, WV

#35395 Apr 26, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
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All I can say is take your big a$$ truck and go live in Beijing for 12 mths doing the 3 hrs commute to work every day at 10 mph. Then decide that man cant do anything about climate change!
http://www.google.com.au/search...
It doesnt stop al gore.
al bore

Mount Hope, WV

#35396 Apr 26, 2013
gcaveman1 wrote:
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1. Global warming is happening now.
2. Global warming is not inevitably a catastrophe. The world could wise up and avoid the worst.
3. I predict, however, that it will be a catastrophe.
4. Now you have someone who said it and you can blame me for killing your children.
Polly wants a cracker, polly wants a cracker, squaaaaaaaaack.

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#35397 Apr 26, 2013
al bore wrote:
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It doesnt stop al gore.
Well maybe Big Al can afford his own forest to offset his carbon footprint from the private jets and limo's. I'm sure he would have offsets somewhere.

Since: Jul 11

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#35398 Apr 26, 2013
al bore wrote:
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It doesnt stop al gore.
Anyway had Big Al won the Presidency as he should have done. Then there would have been no Iraq war and the money saved could have put solar panels on every American household. Not only that it would have save Billion$ on the over all debt. It's odd that all those from the right scream about the loss of Solyndra yet say nothing when Haliburton aka Chenney & co lose Billion$ that can't be accounted for during Iraq war. The sort of money that went missing then makes Solyndra look like pocket change. Yet nothing!
al bore

Mount Hope, WV

#35399 Apr 26, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
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Anyway had Big Al won the Presidency as he should have done. Then there would have been no Iraq war and the money saved could have put solar panels on every American household. Not only that it would have save Billion$ on the over all debt. It's odd that all those from the right scream about the loss of Solyndra yet say nothing when Haliburton aka Chenney & co lose Billion$ that can't be accounted for during Iraq war. The sort of money that went missing then makes Solyndra look like pocket change. Yet nothing!
maybe this, maybe that, the facts are, the people did not want fat AL. And he is a charlatan. I know you kiss his picture daily but that is of no matter. Maybe you can send more money to barry to pay for his projects. By the way, how many solar cells and wind turbines are at your home?

Since: Jul 11

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#35400 Apr 27, 2013
al bore wrote:
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maybe this, maybe that, the facts are, the people did not want fat AL. And he is a charlatan. I know you kiss his picture daily but that is of no matter. Maybe you can send more money to barry to pay for his projects. By the way, how many solar cells and wind turbines are at your home?
Just so happens i do have solar hot water and solar electric panels feeding back into the grid. Not that it is anything big but at least cuts my energy use by a third which is a better return than having money sitting in the bank looking for interest earnings these days.
No hybrid cars as yet but if gov put a huge tax on gas then thats the way i would go as well. Its just a matter of time.

“EnvironMENTAList ”

Since: Feb 07

Near Detroit

#35401 Apr 27, 2013
Global warming wasn't cars and energy, it was a 28 year old death threat to billions of children and thankfully a tragic exaggeration. The rest of you fear mongers can join the neocons.

Where have you been:
*Occupywallstreet does not even mention CO2 in its list of demands because of the bank-funded carbon trading stock markets run by corporations.
You won’t find one single scientific paper that says a climate crisis from Human CO2 is eventual or inevitable or imminent or “will” happen.
You won’t find one IPCC warning NOT swimming in maybes.
You won’t find one scientist that has ever said a climate crisis from CO2 is as sure and as real as an asteroid hit is.
So climate change according to science is “real” but not as real as a comet hit is and that was good enough to condemn your own children?

Since: Mar 09

Wichita, KS

#35402 Apr 27, 2013
Really wrote:
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It is ridiculous to think people caused global warming then, just as it is ridiculous that people caused the prior warming when there were no people around. So why did the sea level rise 390 feet, and the Nebraska glaciers melt, both at a faster rate than now?
That argument is like arguing that since CO2 has risen before when people were not on earth proves that people cannot cause CO2 to rise today.
gcaveman1

Bay Springs, MS

#35403 Apr 27, 2013
Really wrote:
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It is ridiculous to think people caused global warming then, just as it is ridiculous that people caused the prior warming when there were no people around. So why did the sea level rise 390 feet, and the Nebraska glaciers melt, both at a faster rate than now?
Look it up, dear.
gcaveman1

Bay Springs, MS

#35404 Apr 27, 2013
al bore wrote:
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It doesnt stop al gore.
Callender is the one you want to blame for global warming.
You're dating yourself.
He's the one who started it.
You let big Al run right over you.
You've been GORED!
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#35405 Apr 27, 2013
Really wrote:
There was a land bridge allowing people to walk to America, but since the sea level came up 390 feet, it is under water. There were glaciers all the way down into Nebraska. Research has shown that the first Americans caused the "faster than now" rise in sea level by having too many camp fires. It was an easy to prove since the camp fires were all the people had to increase CO2, and nothing else could of caused the sea level rise.
How old are you?

Did your mom tina write this?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#35406 Apr 27, 2013
Really wrote:
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It is ridiculous to think people caused global warming then, just as it is ridiculous that people caused the prior warming when there were no people around. So why did the sea level rise 390 feet, and the Nebraska glaciers melt, both at a faster rate than now?
Did you move away from Norfolk, tina?

Paint your ceiling blue! hahaha

“Grow the power within yourself”

Since: Feb 11

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#35407 Apr 27, 2013
Norse immigrant to Greenland froze to death and died off entirely in the 1300's after Erik The red took his people there to settle 300 years earlier. Yes, I know these am comfortable facts to globalist tax-hiking liars, but like all truths they only hurt the untruthful ones.
Dont drink the koolaid

Minneapolis, MN

#35408 Apr 27, 2013
gcaveman1 wrote:
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1. Global warming is happening now.
2. Global warming is not inevitably a catastrophe. The world could wise up and avoid the worst.
3. I predict, however, that it will be a catastrophe.
4. Now....
It is natural that the belief in a catastrophe makes people fearful. It is also typical that a person who is afraid responds emotionally at the cost of reason.

There are many people in politics and in science whose careers, reputations, even their life's work is at risk if they cannot convince people of deadly Mann Made Catastrophic Climate Change. Thus making these people afraid.

Yes, fear tends to strip away logic and reason. The evidence is presented daily on this and hundreds of other threads.

To demonstrate this point; observe the fight or flight reactions of the people who are afraid of Earth's climate.
Rather than use logic or reason they lash out in fear with insults.

Let the experiment begin...
litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#35409 Apr 27, 2013
all bored wrote:
Polly wants a cracker.....
I knew Pauline who liked crackers.
Teddy R

Mclean, VA

#35410 Apr 27, 2013
Patriot AKA Bozo wrote:
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The Rogue made a comment that Exxon was not one of the top ten oil corporations then went on to make statements about profits. I was only showing that Exxon was in fact one of the top ten in profits. The rest of your meandering is off the subject. Go ahead and buy whatever you like. Be cognizant that we may be approaching the big bubble in carbon investments.
Your list showed nothing - it's incomplete, as it does not include all the large State-owned enterprises (other than GazProm) that do make up the top 10 oil & gas companies, and whose profits are not reported publicly (and in fact are State secrets in many cases).

Rogue Scholar is correct.

And I take it you rate ExxonMobil stock as a "sell."

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