GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#1203 Aug 1, 2013
The Infantile left Winged wrote:
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No stupid! They were hurricanes!!!
There is a huge difference between a "usual storm" and a hurricane!!! You must be the product of destroyed liberal public schools!!!
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Do you think that the people caught in Katrina or Sandy really give a damn what you and I choose to call them..???

Fact is they were one of a kind climatological events giving humans a small taste of what is yet to come....
The Infantile left Winged

Chico, CA

#1204 Aug 1, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Does that mean that since you can not even come close to explaining "what I present"
One word explains "what you present".

Stupid! or Duped! or Lemming! or Moron!

Take your pick!
And you also can chose...'All of the Above'.
Tree Frog

Chico, CA

#1205 Aug 1, 2013
2012 Antarctic Ozone Hole Second Smallest in 20 Years
http://www.nasa.gov/home/hqnews/2012/oct/HQ_1...
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#1206 Aug 1, 2013
Local wrote:
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If anyone "tows a party line" on this forum, it is you. From being a MMGW believer, to taxation, to regulation, all the way to being a pro abortion shill, you spout the socialist party agenda almost word for word.
There are a few of us who continue to be free thinking individuals with open minds. You are not one of them by any stretch of the imagination.
I am sure that there is a reason for your close minded condition, but quite frankly, I do not want to know what it is and I am sure it is very difficult to pronounce.
and btw, Sandy and Katrina were hurricanes.......hurricanes have been happening forever. It was just a matter of time and luck before New Orleans took a direct hit.....but you in your mentally ill state of mind say that it is a sign that "the sky is falling".
What a moron!
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You are a laugh a minute LOCO...!

So called "Free thinking"individuals of your ilk keep the rest of us pretty much abreast on what the AM dial, FAUX and T baggerland in general are pumping into the strong sucking vacuum between your ears.

A conservative plagiarizer like you does not have a free thinking braincell in their entire body....

Even in your post above you display your inability to "think freely" by copying INFANTILE's childish word parsing about SANDY and KATRINA about two hours after he posted his little kindergarten rant....

Keep the chuckles coming...

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#1207 Aug 1, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Do you think that the people caught in Katrina or Sandy really give a damn what you and I choose to call them..???
Fact is they were one of a kind climatological events giving humans a small taste of what is yet to come....
Since you are the one making the claim I would imagine that you have proof that hurricanes Katrina and Sandy were "one of a kind" climate events. Storms of such magnitude that it will never happen again or has in the past.

“Government IS the problem.”

Since: Jan 08

Chico, CA

#1208 Aug 1, 2013
The cooling trend continues.

"The accompanying chart is a plot of the moving 10-year trend of the HadCRUT4 global temperature dataset - the gold-standard dataset that the IPCC uses. In addition, the 5-year average of human CO2 emission tons is plotted, depicted by the grey 3rd order polynomial fitted trend curve.

The HadCRUT4 dataset plot is based on the last 30 years (360 months) of global surface temperature anomalies through June 2013; the CO2 emission plot uses the annual CO2 emission data (starting in 1983 and ending 2012).

The essential facts of this gold-standard empirical evidence?

1. Previous global warming has disappeared (i.e. stalled, paused, terminated and etc.)

2. Using 10-year trends, there has been no extended acceleration of warming since the late 1990s

3. The greatest 10-year acceleration of global warming took place during the early 1980's (well before the massive CO2 emissions of the 1990s and 2000s)

4. Global warming deceleration has existed since the early 2000s

5. The 10-year trend of temperatures has changed to the first significant cooling trend over the last 30 years - it is unequivocal, as of June 2013

6. Human CO2 emissions do not force global temperatures to rise faster (i.e. accelerate to ever higher rates)- note the widely diverging fitted trend curves for both CO2 emissions and global surface temperatures

7. Rapid, dangerous, irrefutable, undeniable, unprecedented, incontrovertible, irreversible and accelerating global warming does not exist, in any form or manner"

http://www.c3headlines.com/2013/07/ipcc-clima...

http://c3headlines.typepad.com/.a/6a010536b58...

Let's see how Comrade and TP will deny this study when it's conclusions were drawn using the IPCC's favourite data sets.
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#1209 Aug 1, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
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Since you are the one making the claim I would imagine that you have proof that hurricanes Katrina and Sandy were "one of a kind" climate events. Storms of such magnitude that it will never happen again or has in the past.
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Last I checked KATRINA and SANDY were rated 1 and 2 as the costliest (dollar wise) storms to pummel the US at around $120 and $ 70 billion respectively...

As an aside, since you don't understand much abut climatology I will translate things into the only thing you conservatives seem to understand.... dollars and cents.

8 out of the 10 costliest storms in the US hit after the year 2000...causing almost $400 billion in damage....

You do see the trend ,don't you...???
Tree Frog

Chico, CA

#1210 Aug 1, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Last I checked KATRINA and SANDY were rated 1 and 2 as the costliest (dollar wise) storms to pummel the US at around $120 and $ 70 billion respectively...
As an aside, since you don't understand much abut climatology I will translate things into the only thing you conservatives seem to understand.... dollars and cents.
8 out of the 10 costliest storms in the US hit after the year 2000...causing almost $400 billion in damage....
You do see the trend ,don't you...???
8 out of the 10 costliest storms in the US hit after the year 2000...causing almost $400 billion in damage....
Costliest because hurricanes have more homes to destroy than in previous years, plus inflation, not a reliable measurement to observe earths climate. Observing the strength and frequencies of hurricanes would be a superior indicator.
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#1211 Aug 1, 2013
Tree Frog wrote:
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8 out of the 10 costliest storms in the US hit after the year 2000...causing almost $400 billion in damage....
Costliest because hurricanes have more homes to destroy than in previous years, plus inflation, not a reliable measurement to observe earths climate. Observing the strength and frequencies of hurricanes would be a superior indicator.
Well put.
A gallon of gas once cost 3 cents.......now gas is $4.00 per gallon.
Must be because of MMGW.......or maybe it is because of inflation and the continued destruction of the U.S. dollar by BHO.
Gramps is just sending his message....."the sky is falling".
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#1212 Aug 1, 2013
Local wrote:
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Well put.
A gallon of gas once cost 3 cents.......now gas is $4.00 per gallon.
Must be because of MMGW.......or maybe it is because of inflation and the continued destruction of the U.S. dollar by BHO.
Gramps is just sending his message....."the sky is falling".
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You are the one who thinks the "sky is falling" because the price of gas is catching up to where it should be...

Europeans have been paying over $7 per gallon for years now, and that's on top of over a 50% income tax rate and you don't hear them whining like the little conservative girls whine here in America....
Are you kidding me

Orland, CA

#1213 Aug 1, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You are the one who thinks the "sky is falling" because the price of gas is catching up to where it should be...
So today, in your spun and insane world, gasoline is where it is supposed to be? And it's not the greedy oil companies???

You are truly a psycho dope!!! LMAO at you!
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#1214 Aug 1, 2013
Are you kidding me wrote:
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So today, in your spun and insane world, gasoline is where it is supposed to be? And it's not the greedy oil companies???
You are truly a psycho dope!!! LMAO at you!
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You are the stupid freak who has been blaming President OBAMA for the high price of gas and everything else that ails you....

Are you finally admitting now that the fault lies with the greedy companies...?

Boy, you are a world class moron!
Tea Party Solution

United States

#1215 Aug 1, 2013
Sam Lowree wrote:
The cooling trend continues.
1. Previous global warming has disappeared (i.e. stalled, paused, terminated and etc.)
2. Using 10-year trends, there has been no extended acceleration of warming since the late 1990s
"No, it hasn't been cooling since 1998. Even if we ignore long term trends and just look at the record-breakers, that wasn't the hottest year ever. Different reports show that, overall, 2005 was hotter than 1998. What's more, globally, the hottest 12-month period ever recorded was from June 2009 to May 2010.

Though humans love record-breakers, they don't, on their own, tell us a much about trends -- and it's trends that matter when monitoring Climate Change. Trends only appear by looking at all the data, globally, and taking into account other variables -- like the effects of the El Nino ocean current or sunspot activity -- not by cherry-picking single points."

http://www.skepticalscience.com/global-warmin...
Tea Party Solution

United States

#1216 Aug 1, 2013
Your deniers are ignoring the warming of the oceans, as well.

"To say we're currently experiencing global cooling overlooks one simple physical reality - the land and atmosphere are only one small fraction of the Earth's climate (albeit the part we inhabit).

Global warming is by definition global. The entire planet is accumulating heat due to an energy imbalance. The atmosphere is warming. Oceans are accumulating energy. Land absorbs energy and ice absorbs heat to melt. To get the full picture on global warming, you need to view the Earth's entire heat content.

In 1998, an abnormally strong El Nino caused heat transfer from the Pacific Ocean to the atmosphere. Consequently, we experienced above-average surface temperatures.

Conversely, the last few years have seen moderate La Nina conditions which had a cooling effect on global temperatures. And the last few months have swung back to warmer El Nino conditions. This has coincided with the warmest June-August sea surface temperatures on record. This internal variation where heat is shuffled around our climate is the reason why surface temperature is such a noisy signal."

http://www.skepticalscience.com/global-coolin...
Tea Party Solution

United States

#1217 Aug 1, 2013
Completed analyses show that more than 90 percent of the warming that has happened on Earth over the past 50 years has occurred in the ocean. Though the atmosphere has been spared from the full extent of global warming for now, heat already stored in the ocean will eventually be released, committing Earth to additional warming in the future.

In the present, warming of ocean water is raising global sea level because water expands when it warms. Combined with water from melting glaciers on land, the rising sea threatens natural ecosystems and human structures near coastlines around the world. Warming ocean waters are also implicated in the thinning of ice shelves and sea ice, both of which have further consequences for Earth’s climate system. Finally, warming ocean waters threaten marine ecosystems and human livelihoods."

http://www.climate.gov/news-features/understa...
Tea Party Solution

United States

#1218 Aug 1, 2013
The sea levels are rising, and continue to endanger coastal areas. No matter what we do now to offset CO2 production we've already 'locked-in' higher levels in the future.

"We have two sea levels: the sea level of today, and the far higher sea level that is already being locked in for some distant tomorrow.

By the end of this century, if global climate emissions continue to increase, that may lock in 23 feet of sea level rise, and threaten 1,429 municipalities that would be mostly submerged at high tide. Those cities have a total population of 18 million.

But under a very low emissions scenario, our sea level rise commitment might be limited to about 7.5 feet, which would threaten 555 coastal municipalities: some 900 fewer communities than in the higher-emissions scenario."

http://www.climatecentral.org/news/sea-level-...
Are you kidding me

Orland, CA

#1219 Aug 1, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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You are the stupid freak who has been blaming President OBAMA for the high price of gas and everything else that ails you....
Are you finally admitting now that the fault lies with the greedy companies...?
Boy, you are a world class moron!
No stupid! I was pointing out your idiocy and pure hypocrisies!!!
Good try at spinning the truth, ditsy and dizzy liberal moron!
"Butt", once again, just like you? A complete and total failure!
GRANDPA NICOLAI

Chico, CA

#1220 Aug 1, 2013
Are you kidding me wrote:
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No stupid! I was pointing out your idiocy and pure hypocrisies!!!
Good try at spinning the truth, ditsy and dizzy liberal moron!
"Butt", once again, just like you? A complete and total failure!
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Thanks for the laugh freak!

You pointing out someone's "idiocy and pure hypocrisies" is like Atila The Hun pointing out mean people....
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#1222 Aug 1, 2013
Tea Party Solution wrote:
The sea levels are rising, and continue to endanger coastal areas. No matter what we do now to offset CO2 production we've already 'locked-in' higher levels in the future.
"We have two sea levels: the sea level of today, and the far higher sea level that is already being locked in for some distant tomorrow.
By the end of this century, if global climate emissions continue to increase, that may lock in 23 feet of sea level rise, and threaten 1,429 municipalities that would be mostly submerged at high tide. Those cities have a total population of 18 million.
But under a very low emissions scenario, our sea level rise commitment might be limited to about 7.5 feet, which would threaten 555 coastal municipalities: some 900 fewer communities than in the higher-emissions scenario."
http://www.climatecentral.org/news/sea-level-...
Ummm, One little problem dickhead:

"New proposal from NASA JPL admits to “spurious” errors in current satellite based sea level and ice altimetry, calls for new space platform to fix the problem."
http://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/10/30/finally...

The best and the brightest admit that their measurements(sea levels, ice masses) are not accurate, and yet, you make a statement that says sea levels ARE rising? The man made global warming thing is turning against you. Scientists(and regular folks) don't believe your sheeit anymore.
No wonder when you make statements that go against the most recent information available.
Typical condescending lying sheeit from a liberal shill who fancies himself a propagandist..

lolol
Local

Hidden Valley Lake, CA

#1223 Aug 1, 2013
GRANDPA NICOLAI wrote:
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Thanks for the laugh freak!
You pointing out someone's "idiocy and pure hypocrisies" is like Atila The Hun pointing out mean people....
Your meanspiritedness must fester in you like a boil.
You NEVER have anything good to say unless you talk to one of your brain dead liberal ilk.

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