Global warming 'undeniable,' scientists say

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Scientists from around the world are providing even more evidence of global warming, one day after President Barack Obama renewed his call for climate legislation.

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Bushwhacker

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I'll take your bet !!!

"Never" right liar.......<SMIRK>

http://www.topix.com/forum/city/minneapolis-m...
post #20 "Perhaps, someone who controlled @10k shares ???"

Done the math, yet broke & dumb ?

BZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZT DUMMY BROKE MORONIC DADDY ZZZZZZZZZZZZZT !
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Earthling-1 wrote:
¿Bushwanker?
¿Bushtosser?
Juvenile "man", who has no business in American politics ....

Oh right, you spam vote & call other deniers LIARS... WELCOME ! LMAOROTFU~!

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Since when has Topix been restricted to American politics, or even Americans Bushwanker?

And since when has Glowbull warming been American politics, Bushtosser?

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I'd love to see the hundreds of thousands of smaller state , city, and local governments become more able to cooperate with our United States Congress on pursuing President Barack Obama 's call for a unified Climate Action Plan for the United States. "A resilient, efficiency-driven economy re-imagines America’s cities in a way that capitalizes on four key characteristics:

Resource efficiency – Using the least amount of energy and other resources to create a good and productive quality of life for all citizens

Location efficiency – Smart development that concentrates housing, transit, jobs and amenities in a way that delivers fast, convenient, equitable and affordable connections

Landscape efficiency – Adjustment to urban terrains and land-use patterns that can productively absorb rainfall, avoid flooding, and recharge the aquifer

Distributed infrastructure – Decentralized and redundant systems, especially energy and transportation, that focus on local supply and demand" http://www.cnt.org/news/2013/06/26/climate-ch...
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I'd love to see the hundreds of thousands of smaller state , city, and local governments become more able to cooperate with our United States Congress on pursuing President Barack Obama 's call for a unified Climate Action Plan for the United States. "A resilient, efficiency-driven economy re-imagines America’s cities in a way that capitalizes on four key characteristics:
But if you did that, what happens to 'rustbelt america' and the end or the domination of the US superpower over the world? Efficiency and excellence is what put Japan, for example, on the map. Same with China. When they can totally outperform US 'buggy whip' industry, the US will be toast. The US got where it is because of innovation. Now it is the dinosaur.
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A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of opportunities
and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of difficulties.

Harry S. Truman
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Since when has Topix been restricted to American politics, or even Americans Bushwanker?
And since when has Glowbull warming been American politics, Bushtosser?
Who said it was restricted, my point is you clearly aren't serious or invested enough to discuss like an adult.

Ps- Thanks, you reinforce my thoughts.
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PS- Love those icons, huh child ?
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gcaveman1 wrote:
A pessimist is one who makes difficulties of opportunities
and an optimist is one who makes opportunities of difficulties.
Harry S. Truman
And the USA is getting darn pessimistic these days. Or entrenched wealth doesn't like change and the challenges that go with it. Take you pick.

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LessHypeMoreFact wrote:
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But if you did that, what happens to 'rustbelt america' and the end or the domination of the US superpower over the world? Efficiency and excellence is what put Japan, for example, on the map. Same with China. When they can totally outperform US 'buggy whip' industry, the US will be toast. The US got where it is because of innovation. Now it is the dinosaur.
'Rustbelt America' cities have the intensive, all-inclusive urban infrastructure, population density, mixed-use residential/commercial housing, closeness to mass transit alternatives, etc. already in place from the earlier historical period of its greatest growth and prosperity that gives it advantages over newer cities with more overextended suburban sprawl in achieving vast rewards for implementing energy efficiency plans.

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Wow. It's nice to see some rational posters here for a change. I was beginning to think I was the only sane person in a forum full of reactionary alarmist huxsters.

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The price to pay for our planet in terms environmental and social to maintain a consumerist lifestyle and to wonder whether all those things that we believe are essential to really, begin to see things from a different prospective and with a minimalist lifestyle is rewarding to know that we do good even a little to our planet... http://www.minimalistgeneration.com/
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LIbEralS wrote:
Report: Climate change causing energy disruptions
WASHINGTON—Climate change and extreme weather already are causing disruptions in the U.S. energy supply that are likely to worsen as more intense storms, higher temperatures and more frequent droughts occur, the government says in a new report.
http://www.twincities.com/business/ci_2364055...
These little disruptions will add up as they become more widespread and numerous.

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I have probably lied thousands of times in my life, care to elaborate on which one you are talking about?
why should we bother, turnip? your entire reality is made up of lies.

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These little disruptions will add up as they become more widespread and numerous.
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<quoted text>'Rustbelt America' cities have the intensive, all-inclusive urban infrastructure, population density, mixed-use residential/commercial housing, closeness to mass transit alternatives, etc. already in place from the earlier historical period of its greatest growth and prosperity that gives it advantages over newer cities with more overextended suburban sprawl in achieving vast rewards for implementing energy efficiency plans.
Yep. Think Chicago and Detroit are better prepared for change than Houston or Atlanta.

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The price to pay for our planet in terms environmental and social to maintain a consumerist lifestyle and to wonder whether all those things that we believe are essential to really, begin to see things from a different prospective and with a minimalist lifestyle is rewarding to know that we do good even a little to our planet... http://www.minimalistgeneration.com/
More power to you if that's the kind of life you wish for. I'm going to pass. I do agree with your link to some extent. Many things aren't built to last in this day and age. Positive thinking is a good way to live. Maybe some of these alarmists will take note of that.

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Yep. Think Chicago and Detroit are better prepared for change than Houston or Atlanta.
those two cities have no choice but to change........they're almost bankrupt! they've been listening to the whims of the few and spent themselves into oblivion because of it. the nonsense has to stop. here.
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<quoted text>those two cities have no choice but to change........they're almost bankrupt! they've been listening to the whims of the few and spent themselves into oblivion because of it. the nonsense has to stop. here.
Detroit is in trouble, yes. You think maybe the recession/lack of auto sales might have something to do with it?

Chicago is alive and vibrant.

You misunderstood (of course) what we were discussing. If you can't follow the subject, you really ought to stay out of it.

Especially when you post that right wingnut nonsense for which you have no proof.
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Despite mixed signals from warming ocean surface waters, a new re-analysis of data from the depths suggests dramatic warming of the deep sea is under way because of anthropogenic climate change. The scientists report that the deep seas are taking in more heat than expected, which is taking some of the warming off the Earth’s surface, but it will not do so forever.

"Some of the heat (from human-caused global warming) is going into melting sea ice and heating the surface, but the bulk is going into the oceans,” said climate researcher Kevin Trenberth of the National Center for Atmospheric Research, a coauthor on a new research paper reporting on the deep ocean warming in the journal Geophysical Research Letters.

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