Once slow-moving threat, global warmi...

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There are 59473 comments on the Newsday story from Dec 14, 2008, titled Once slow-moving threat, global warming speeds up, leaving litt.... In it, Newsday reports that:

When Bill Clinton took office in 1993, global warming was a slow-moving environmental problem that was easy to ignore.

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Since: Jul 11

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#47834 Jun 14, 2014
Mothra wrote:
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Crap?
Warmists who preach the global warming mantra, but don't act like it's the "crisis" as they say is the definition of hypocrite.
You think you're not?
Prove it... shut up -- that way you won't be adding more of the evil CO2 into the atmosphere.
I'm sorry none of us are retreating to a cave just yet, especially while you deniers run around polluting the planet even more. So if we do have to go to a solar powered cave we will make sure you deniers are dragged in there kicking & screaming as well.

Since: Jan 14

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#47835 Jun 14, 2014
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>Seek medical help.
He probably cannot afford to since obamacare was passed. Too bad he ain't rich like me. BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Since: Jan 14

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#47836 Jun 14, 2014
Mothra wrote:
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Grow a spine and live up to the doom and gloom 'science' you keep preaching.
Shut up.
Hypocrite.
HAHAHAHAHA, they are like me, preach one thing and do another. Of course these minions here are just sheeple. THey are stupid and gobble up the crap people like me feed them on globul warming and I get rich. By the way, I have had a mansion by the sea for decades, and guess what, the ocean level has not risen one inch. SUCKERS!

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#47837 Jun 14, 2014
OzRitz wrote:
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, especially while you deniers run around polluting the planet even more.
I take issue with that, my private jets and Limos do a lot of pulluting, but, but, but its for a good cause..........BWAHAHAHAHAHAHA HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
SpaceBlues

Tomball, TX

#47839 Jun 15, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>This is true of holocaust deniers but they are being rescued by OzRitz and the warmists who misuse the word to obfuscate the genocide of six million Jews.
Warmists are the same people who deny Israel the right to exist as a Jewish state; antisemitism has many faces. Warmists aren't as bad, disguising history by conflating deniers with people skeptical of climate change mitigation schemes, as those who advocate violence against Jews, but they are on the same track.
You can't determine man made catastrophic climate disruption is pseudoscience and climate change mitigation is a hoax based on the warmists' own words but you should take note.
"Obama says climate change deniers ignoring science"

“I Luv Carbon Dioxide”

Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#47840 Jun 15, 2014
SpaceBlues wrote:
Nonsense. You would not comprehend this:
Terrestrial carbon cycle affected by non-uniform climate warming

Feedbacks between the terrestrial carbon cycle and climate change could affect many ecosystem functions and services, such as food production, carbon sequestration and climate regulation. The rate of climate warming varies on diurnal and seasonal timescales.
If anything is less tested than the effect of man made greenhouse gases on climate, feedbacks takes the award. Climate always changes.

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SpaceBlues wrote:
A synthesis of global air temperature data reveals a greater rate of warming in winter than in summer in northern mid and high latitudes, and the inverse pattern in some tropical regions. The data also reveal a decline in the diurnal temperature range over 51% of the global land area and an increase over only 13%, because night-time temperatures in most locations have risen faster than daytime temperatures.
The effect of man made greenhouse gasses on the climate is most apparent at night, when people sleep, or at the poles, where nobody lives.

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SpaceBlues wrote:
Analyses of satellite data, model simulations and in situ observations suggest that the impact of seasonal warming varies between regions. For example, spring warming has largely stimulated ecosystem productivity at latitudes between 30° and 90° N, but suppressed productivity in other regions.
^^^Two thirds of the Northern Hemisphere will experience large stimulation in ecosystem productivity thanks to our carbon emissions. More spring flowers and better crop production over most of our Hemisphere; what's not to love about global warming?

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SpaceBlues wrote:
Contrasting impacts of day- and night-time warming on plant carbon gain and loss are apparent in many regions. We argue that ascertaining the effects of non-uniform climate warming on terrestrial ecosystems is a key challenge in carbon cycle research.
http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/v7/n3/full...
The study is a review of past climate, not an experiment showing the effects of a controlled and known greenhouse gas emission or sequestration on climate. We'll never solve that key problem in carbon cycle research unless we use the scientific method.

Since: Apr 08

"the green troll"

#47841 Jun 15, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
^^^Two thirds of the Northern Hemisphere will experience large stimulation in ecosystem productivity thanks to our carbon emissions. More spring flowers and better crop production over most of our Hemisphere; what's not to love about global warming?
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...

Ask the southern USA.

(Not to mention South America, Africa, Asia and Australia.)
River Tam

Paris, France

#47842 Jun 15, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>If anything is less tested than the effect of man made greenhouse gases on climate, feedbacks takes the award. Climate always changes.
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<quoted text>The effect of man made greenhouse gasses on the climate is most apparent at night, when people sleep, or at the poles, where nobody lives.
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<quoted text>^^^Two thirds of the Northern Hemisphere will experience large stimulation in ecosystem productivity thanks to our carbon emissions. More spring flowers and better crop production over most of our Hemisphere; what's not to love about global warming?
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<quoted text>The study is a review of past climate, not an experiment showing the effects of a controlled and known greenhouse gas emission or sequestration on climate. We'll never solve that key problem in carbon cycle research unless we use the scientific method.
So you deny Same Sex marriage and Climate Change?

How you doing on evolution, Brian?

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Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#47843 Jun 15, 2014
SpaceBlues wrote:
"Obama says climate change deniers ignoring science"
The left misuses the word denier because they want to obscure the history of genocide and excuse the murder of six million Jews.

Since: Apr 08

"the green troll"

#47844 Jun 15, 2014
A creationist wrote:
The study is a review of past climate, not an experiment showing the effects of a controlled and known greenhouse gas emission or sequestration on climate. We'll never solve that key problem in carbon cycle research unless we use the scientific method.
Brian_G wrote:
The Process Of The Scientific Method. The basis of the scientific method is asking questions and then trying to come up with the answers, based on logic.

Hypothesis. Make a good guess based on a few observations
The Whole Earth Laboratory
It is difficult to design and conduct experiments which prove evolution. We do not know how to introduce the effects of time. We can only guess at the environmental conditions.
It is impossible to make the earth and the cosmos into one gigantic laboratory where we can change the variables. And a small model may not be adequate.
Theory. Do experiments based on your guess and find other patterns.
State the question. How did the universe originate and how did life begin?
Form a hypothesis based on observations.
Do experiments. Gather evidence in the form of measurable data.
Science This step produces the impartial data that will guide personal opinion or interpretation.
Interpret data and draw conclusions from the values and figures your experiments generated
Revise theory (go back to step 2).
Principle Or Law. If the theory stands the test of time and is proven over and over, and can create true predictions for different situations, has uniformity and is universal it becomes a law.
This is my first problem with the proponents of evolution. They claim that it is no longer a theory but I do not know of any laboratory experiments that have proven it or any reproducible experiments that demonstrate it.
http://www.teachinghearts.org/dre09creationno...
River Tam

Santa Rosa, CA

#47845 Jun 15, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>The left misuses the word denier because they want to obscure the history of genocide and excuse the murder of six million Jews.
You know Hitler was a Christian, right Brian?

Gott mit uns.

He didn't like homosexuals either because Jesus was homosexual. Hitler had a hard time with that.

“I Luv Carbon Dioxide”

Since: Dec 08

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#47846 Jun 15, 2014
Fair Game wrote:
http://www.teachinghearts.org/ dre09creationnotes.html
^^^More creationist spam from the green troll. From his cite: "Alien Colonization. Life began by a race of intelligent, superior beings who either colonized the earth or started the process. Ultimately, the same problem exists - Where did those beings come from. This may sound laughable now, but I believe that in their desperation not to believe in God, this is the theory to which people will turn. It is as easily viable as creationism. Only it does not come with those pesky moral rules that Christianity seems to be saddled with. God himself says, that because people refuse to believe, he will send (allow to be sent) a "strong delusion" so that they will believe a lie."

Why don't you forget that pseudoscience nonsense and discuss climate change mitigation? Advocating politicians save us from climate catastrophe is foolish as long as we have no experimental data to show if it would do more good than harm or cost less than the problems you want to solve.

“I Luv Carbon Dioxide”

Since: Dec 08

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#47847 Jun 15, 2014
Fair Game wrote:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons...
Ask the southern USA.(Not to mention South America, Africa, Asia and Australia.)
This contradicts S.B.'s citation that claims 2/3 of the Northern Hemisphere will see increased ecosystem productivity.

Emitting carbon dioxide is fun and profitable; what's not to love about global warming? Let's get rid of conservationism and renewable energy for the sake of economic growth and prosperity.

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Since: Dec 08

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#47848 Jun 15, 2014
River Tam wrote:
So you deny Same Sex marriage and Climate Change?
I've never denied climate change; climate always changes. As for same sex marriage, no state bans religious same sex wedding ceremonies, travel to and from jurisdictions that license same sex marriage or asking your business and social milieu to treat you and your partner as if married. I have no problem with same sex couples, there's nothing wrong with homosexuals or homosexuality.

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River Tam wrote:
How you doing on evolution, Brian?
I'm fine with evolution, it's the green troll who keeps posting Creationist material and references. How are you doing with evolution? Do you have any plans to mitigate evolution with eugenics like they tried in the early 20th Century?

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Since: Dec 08

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#47849 Jun 15, 2014
River Tam wrote:
You know Hitler was a Christian, right Brian? Gott mit uns.
And that's relevant, why?

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River Tam wrote:
He didn't like homosexuals either because Jesus was homosexual. Hitler had a hard time with that.
^^^The left doesn't like Christianity so they slander their Prophet. I'd like to see them try that with Islam.

Since: Mar 09

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#47850 Jun 15, 2014
Mothra wrote:
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That would be you.
Hypocrite.
OOps, you got too close to the candle and got singed.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#47851 Jun 15, 2014
Rebecca wrote:
Sorry I'm late. Is this the forum where the same 14 people (not even 1 for every 2 states) post over and over thinking they are somehow making a difference?
Yes, you should be sorry because you missed earthling, funfacts, tinaanne, gord, stevecase, kal, et al.. all deniers. They dropped out without saying goodbyes.

They ran out words or funding. Some may have lost their minds or their lives. You can stay if you want.

Oh there are shadow deniers who are busy in icon department. LOL.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#47852 Jun 15, 2014
Patriot AKA Bozo wrote:
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OOps, you got too close to the candle and got singed.
Deniers come and go. No goodbyes.

LOL.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#47853 Jun 15, 2014
Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>If anything is less tested than the effect of man made greenhouse gases on climate, feedbacks takes the award. Climate always changes.
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<quoted text>The effect of man made greenhouse gasses on the climate is most apparent at night, when people sleep, or at the poles, where nobody lives.
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<quoted text>^^^Two thirds of the Northern Hemisphere will experience large stimulation in ecosystem productivity thanks to our carbon emissions. More spring flowers and better crop production over most of our Hemisphere; what's not to love about global warming?
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<quoted text>The study is a review of past climate, not an experiment showing the effects of a controlled and known greenhouse gas emission or sequestration on climate. We'll never solve that key problem in carbon cycle research unless we use the scientific method.
Do you know the percentage of people who work at night in USA? Work does not sleep in USA!

You speculate without basis. Spring flowers? WOW! More allergies, haven't you heard?

“Amor patriae.”

Since: Feb 08

Eastern Oregon

#47854 Jun 15, 2014
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>What do you know of reasoning? Politics and ideology, only.
You are certainly unscientific like your denier buddy.
How is it you grovel over Obama so pathetically? Is it because he's a believer?

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