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Since: Dec 08

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#33512 Jan 9, 2013
Do these warmers know there was an inland sea that split the US in two all the way to Canada?

Reckon they know ice was over a mile thick where New York City not stands?

Seems like it was very warm when the dinosaurs roamed around.
PHD

Overton, TX

#33513 Jan 9, 2013
No more than the coolers.
PHD

Overton, TX

#33514 Jan 9, 2013
And some will tell you it was cooler.

Since: Mar 09

Wichita, KS

#33515 Jan 9, 2013
flack wrote:
Do these warmers know there was an inland sea that split the US in two all the way to Canada?
Reckon they know ice was over a mile thick where New York City not stands?
Seems like it was very warm when the dinosaurs roamed around.
How do the conditions 100,000,000 years ago apply today? Do you think it would be desirable for the ocean to rise to those heights once again today? The last ice age was about 14,000 years ago. What caused the climate changes in the past? Atmospheric composition such as concentration of CO2 and CH4, changes is orbit of the Earth (Milankovitch cycles), motion of techtonic plates, solar output, impact of large meteorites, eruptions of super volcanoes. Exactly what is causing the changes today? If you do not know, it would be instructive to rely upon those who have studied those conditions. The Earth is warming. The increasing concentration of atmospheric CO2 from the burning of fossil fuels is responsible for much of the current warming. 2012 was the warmest year ever recorded in the lower USA.
unbelievable

United States

#33516 Jan 9, 2013
Patriot AKA Bozo wrote:
<quoted text>
How do the conditions 100,000,000 years ago apply today? Do you think it would be desirable for the ocean to rise to those heights once again today? The last ice age was about 14,000 years ago. What caused the climate changes in the past? Atmospheric composition such as concentration of CO2 and CH4, changes is orbit of the Earth (Milankovitch cycles), motion of techtonic plates, solar output, impact of large meteorites, eruptions of super volcanoes. Exactly what is causing the changes today? If you do not know, it would be instructive to rely upon those who have studied those conditions. The Earth is warming. The increasing concentration of atmospheric CO2 from the burning of fossil fuels is responsible for much of the current warming. 2012 was the warmest year ever recorded in the lower USA.
there is nothing you could ever do about it,'bozo'. do you honestly think that there is anything that you can do about the cycle of things that you are preaching about? do you honestly think , that whatever life on earth, faced many years ago, could have stopped, or even affected nature? do you honestly think, you can, or will have any effect on the sun? or the tides? or the sea? thank god we invented the skys, the seas and the ground we walk on 'bozo', someone has got to manage them. so much for common sense, unbelievable.
gcaveman1

Louin, MS

#33517 Jan 9, 2013
Warmest year on record for the USA. 2013 starting off the same way.

Forecast is for a LOW of 63 Saturday night in central Mississippi, which is ungodly unusual, as we often experience winter here, even in central Mississippi, except for lately, and I'd say it's a damn good indication of global warming, and you idiots who deny that are just..........idiots.

Let's stay in touch and compare notes over the coming year, shall we?
PHD

Overton, TX

#33519 Jan 10, 2013
So it stands no one really really knows.

Since: Mar 09

Wichita, KS

#33520 Jan 10, 2013
unbelievable wrote:
<quoted text>there is nothing you could ever do about it,'bozo'. do you honestly think that there is anything that you can do about the cycle of things that you are preaching about? do you honestly think , that whatever life on earth, faced many years ago, could have stopped, or even affected nature? do you honestly think, you can, or will have any effect on the sun? or the tides? or the sea? thank god we invented the skys, the seas and the ground we walk on 'bozo', someone has got to manage them. so much for common sense, unbelievable.
Do you realize that life terraformed Earth many eons ago?
PHD

Overton, TX

#33521 Jan 10, 2013
Terraformed:

The concept relies on the ASSumption that the environment of a planet can be altered through artificial means. In addition, the feasibility of creating a planetary biosphere is UNdetermined. There are several proposed methods, some of which present prohibitive economic and natural resource costs, and others which may be currently technologically achievable.
cricket

Winter Park, FL

#33522 Jan 10, 2013
From NASA:

Solar Variability and Terrestrial Climate

"the luminosity of our own sun varies a measly 0.1% over the course of the 11-year solar cycle. A dawning realization among researchers that even these apparently tiny variations can have a significant effect on terrestrial climate."

lol. No sh*t, Sherlock.

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/science-...

But, but, but...Hansen, an ex- NASA pinhead, said it's our fault!

Please send your check, money order to Hansen @ lying ponzischeme.conman.
Monthly direct deposits also accepted.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33523 Jan 10, 2013
kal has low self esteem because of the scientists nearby.
PHD

Overton, TX

#33524 Jan 10, 2013
The low self esteem is do to scientific scientist are always making corrections to their errors.
cricket

Winter Park, FL

#33525 Jan 10, 2013
ROFL. It really is telling just how ignorant, uneducated & self importand the devout warmies are!

They disagree with written past historical records and facts that are not in dispute & very true.

Warmie rule #1.

If you cannot dispute it, the proven historical or current facts, ignore them, disagree with them, lie about them. Discredit them with no scientific basis. Whatever works.

They must be scared of the geological records too. Or too ignorant to understand. Can't re-write that history to suit your agenda!
lol.

"These events are also recorded in history - the first about 5,000 years ago when the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt happened and the Uruk Kingdom in modern Iraq collapsed, the Geology study says.

The second event 3,000 years ago took place in the eastern Mediterranean and is associated with the fall of the Ugarit Kingdom and famines in the Babylonian and Syrian Kingdoms.

"Humans have a long history of having to deal with climate change," said Christopher Bernhardt, a researcher with the U.S. Geological Survey. "Along with other research, this study geologically reveals that the evolution of societies is sometimes tied to climate variability at all scales whether decadal or millennial."
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33526 Jan 10, 2013
cricket must be a smoker.
PHD

Overton, TX

#33527 Jan 10, 2013
Would that make you a drinker and of what?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33528 Jan 10, 2013
The ignorant don't know that what they don't understand is understood by scientists because scientists do the science. Duh!

“Denying those who deny nature”

Level 1

Since: Jun 07

Norfolk va

#33529 Jan 10, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>You need to review the past posts. You are the one who called the sun a reaction, dummy.
You are losing your little mind.
Yes, and provided a link to a University of Cornell web site on the subject. Fusion is a nuclear reaction, just like fission. Both produce energy in the process which in the sun's case involves radation at various wavelenghts.

Looks like you might of lost your little mind a while ago. I sure it found a nice loving home with someone who truely appreciate it. Who knows, it might be me.

Also I notice while you claim I am wrong you have yet to say what is happening with the sun. How does it produce light and heat the way it does if I am wrong. Funny, you can claim I am wrong and yet are unwilling to tell everyone what is happening with the sun. A object man has studied for centuries.

“Denying those who deny nature”

Level 1

Since: Jun 07

Norfolk va

#33530 Jan 10, 2013
Patriot AKA Bozo wrote:
<quoted text>
But 2012 was the hottest year ever recorded on the lower US. Is that a mistake?
According to NOAA. Funny thing is the NWS is the one who keeps such records and funny thing is they are not saying one way or another.
PHD

Overton, TX

#33531 Jan 10, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
The ignorant don't know that what they don't understand is understood by scientists because scientists do the science. Duh!
Scientist do the science to correct errors to discover more errors to thier corrections. So are you the ignorant one?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33532 Jan 10, 2013
NWS is NOAA, dummy. Your mini mind is gone to pasture. Stop posting.

There's no more your foregn friend to save you.

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