Once slow-moving threat, global warmi...

Once slow-moving threat, global warming speeds up, leaving litt...

There are 64003 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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LeftIsNotRight

Springdale, AR

#40986 Oct 29, 2013
OzRitz wrote:
<quoted text>
Like you would know, remember last year Europe was under water, before that under 10 ft of snow. All normal weather of course.
But for the 10 or so tea baggers who post on topix under a 100 different aliases you are still a voice in the wilderness, saying the same ole crap over n over. Not one of you have even suggested one good idea in improving the Government it's all about what is wrong with it. The same with Climate change, it's not the climate that is the problem, its the CHANGE. You baggers can't stand change so therefore it doesn't exist!
You keep hanging on to you flawed science and beliefs.
Mothra

United States

#40987 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>blah blah you CAN'T handle the truth..
You must belong to those religious fanatics/hysterics, huh... do you miss them? Wake up.
Time to be accountable..
*poof*

More CO2 into the atmosphere just for your little bit of snark.

Was it worth it?

Hypocrite.

When will you be accountable for that?
Carl Spackler

AOL

#40988 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
A "simple climate model" is not a literary concept but a coded science term..
'mothy' has no understanding of these things.
What about Ghidra ?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#40990 Oct 30, 2013
Carl Spackler wrote:
<quoted text>
What about Ghidra ?
What about it?
litesong

Everett, WA

#40991 Oct 30, 2013
[QUOTE who="left is right & right is left behind"]...but in the end, you will loose the war.[/QUOTE]

"left is right & right is left behind" is unhappy that it didn't take science, chemistry, astronomy, physics, algebra & pre-calc in its poorly or non-earned hi skule DEE-plooomaa.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#40992 Oct 30, 2013
These science deniers are waging an icon war.. just look at their work 24/7..

Pathetic. If you can't dent the science, then deny the science posts with silly icons, huh.. losers..
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#40993 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>What about it?
LOL. These science deniers hated this question.. just look at their icons..

Pathetic.
Mothra

United States

#40994 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
Like Al Gore you're a global warming hypocrite.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#40995 Oct 30, 2013
Troll ignored..
heavy tune

Seattle, WA

#40996 Oct 30, 2013
ritedownthemiddle wrote:
<quoted text>do something with your life, fktard.
Posting the same tired shyt over and over is a waste of co2.....or don't you care about that?
oh my 'middle', don't hold back so much. your like japan trying to hold all of their radioactive water from the ocean. speaking of which, if one of those spent fuel pools falls we will no longer have to worry about anything. litesong will rejoice. there is no way to fix a stupid person like him. weather is weather, three nuclear reactor cores melting out of the containment buildings, and at this time nobody knows where they are at, spent radioactive mox fuel rods in pools high in the air, that are in danger of falling and catchingfire, joining with the missing cores and radioactive water leaking into the ocean should concern his primate mind more than the madeup fairytale of global warming caused by man.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#40997 Oct 30, 2013
Aww kal is hurting in the middle..

Most at risk cities Dhaka, Mumbai, Manila, Kolkata, Bangkok – lowest risk in London, Paris

With commercial activity and the middle classes predominantly based in urban centres, Maplecroft has also calculated the risks to the world’s largest cities to pinpoint where the economic exposure will be highest over the next 30 years.

According to the CCVI’s sub-national calculations, of the 50 cities studied, five present an ‘extreme risk’– Dhaka in Bangladesh; Mumbai and Kolkata in India; Manila in the Philippines and Thailand’s Bangkok – while only two London and Paris were classified as ‘low risk.’ Shenzhen and the Pearl River Delta, which encompasses the cities of Guangzhou, Dongguan and Foshan and make up China’s manufacturing heartland, are among the most exposed to physical risks from extreme climate-related events.

P.S. No shoreline is risk-free, though..
heavy tune

Seattle, WA

#40998 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
Aww kal is hurting in the middle..
Most at risk cities Dhaka, Mumbai, Manila, Kolkata, Bangkok – lowest risk in London, Paris
With commercial activity and the middle classes predominantly based in urban centres, Maplecroft has also calculated the risks to the world’s largest cities to pinpoint where the economic exposure will be highest over the next 30 years.
According to the CCVI’s sub-national calculations, of the 50 cities studied, five present an ‘extreme risk’– Dhaka in Bangladesh; Mumbai and Kolkata in India; Manila in the Philippines and Thailand’s Bangkok – while only two London and Paris were classified as ‘low risk.’ Shenzhen and the Pearl River Delta, which encompasses the cities of Guangzhou, Dongguan and Foshan and make up China’s manufacturing heartland, are among the most exposed to physical risks from extreme climate-related events.
P.S. No shoreline is risk-free, though..
wtf?
Hey now

Corona Del Mar, CA

#40999 Oct 30, 2013
Global warming is not real. Deal with it.
heavy tune

Seattle, WA

#41000 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
Aww kal is hurting in the middle..
Most at risk cities Dhaka, Mumbai, Manila, Kolkata, Bangkok – lowest risk in London, Paris
With commercial activity and the middle classes predominantly based in urban centres, Maplecroft has also calculated the risks to the world’s largest cities to pinpoint where the economic exposure will be highest over the next 30 years.
According to the CCVI’s sub-national calculations, of the 50 cities studied, five present an ‘extreme risk’– Dhaka in Bangladesh; Mumbai and Kolkata in India; Manila in the Philippines and Thailand’s Bangkok – while only two London and Paris were classified as ‘low risk.’ Shenzhen and the Pearl River Delta, which encompasses the cities of Guangzhou, Dongguan and Foshan and make up China’s manufacturing heartland, are among the most exposed to physical risks from extreme climate-related events.
P.S. No shoreline is risk-free, though..
gee wizz 'space', the biggest city at risk is earth. stand next to a mox fuel rod, better yet pick one up and show it to us. dumbass. and you think the weather is scary, what a dumbass.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#41001 Oct 30, 2013
.. by PCROBERTS .. The Fukushima catastrophe has hardly begun. Yet already the radioactive water pouring into the Pacific Ocean has made fish dangerous to eat unless a person is willing to accept a higher risk of cancer.

Fukushima has the potential of making Japan uninhabitable and of polluting the air, water, and soil of the US with radioactivity. Yet the crisis is seldom mentioned in the US media. In Japan the government just passed a law that could be used to imprison Japanese journalists who report truthfully on the dire situation.

Take the time to familiarize yourself with the online information about Fukushima.. According to the presstitute media, Americans face threats from Iran and Syria and from whistleblowers such as Edward Snowden. The real threats are simply not in the news.

If you search Fukushima, you will find information that the presstitute media hides from you. See for example, http://www.globalresearch.ca/28-signs-that-th... .
heavy tune

Seattle, WA

#41002 Oct 30, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
.. by PCROBERTS .. The Fukushima catastrophe has hardly begun. Yet already the radioactive water pouring into the Pacific Ocean has made fish dangerous to eat unless a person is willing to accept a higher risk of cancer.
Fukushima has the potential of making Japan uninhabitable and of polluting the air, water, and soil of the US with radioactivity. Yet the crisis is seldom mentioned in the US media. In Japan the government just passed a law that could be used to imprison Japanese journalists who report truthfully on the dire situation.
Take the time to familiarize yourself with the online information about Fukushima.. According to the presstitute media, Americans face threats from Iran and Syria and from whistleblowers such as Edward Snowden. The real threats are simply not in the news.
If you search Fukushima, you will find information that the presstitute media hides from you. See for example, http://www.globalresearch.ca/28-signs-that-th... .
oh my 'space' thankyou. we can get along afterall. just so you know snowden is the biggest hero america has had since paul what's his name. enjoy it while you can. life is life, and weather is just weather. hope you are asleep when the fuel pool falls.
litesong

Everett, WA

#41003 Oct 30, 2013
deaf jeff wrote:
how much did your wind setup cost?
A good aerodynamicist knows its far more efficient to tap the airs 300 to 500 feet off the ground with large & business owned wind turbines. "deaf jeff" doesn't have science & mathematics degrees to know this, tho.

“CO2 is Gaseous Love”

Since: Dec 08

Home, sweet home.

#41005 Oct 30, 2013
What's the most compelling experimental test you've found for climate change mitigation? Does it seem to indicate a carbon tax is better than cap and trade? Is investment in carbon sinks more productive than CO2 emission restrictions? Just what does the experimental science say?

So far, not one publication of climate change mitigation experimentation. Man made catastrophic climate change theory is also untested.

Don't buy a pig in a poke. Wait for the science to catch up with the hype. Now isn't the time to cut off your head for cryopreservation, either.
Jeff

Beckley, WV

#41006 Oct 31, 2013
litesong wrote:
<quoted text>
A good aerodynamicist knows its far more efficient to tap the airs 300 to 500 feet off the ground with large & business owned wind turbines. "deaf jeff" doesn't have science & mathematics degrees to know this, tho.
Thanks for confirming you just want to act like a child with your name calling and also like to whine about global warming while personally doing nothing about it.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#41007 Oct 31, 2013
About 400 metric tons of contaminated groundwater flows into the ocean from the Fukushima site every day. Tepco is scheduled next month to begin extracting spent fuel rods from one of the reactors buildings, a task that precedes the removal of melted uranium cores in three other reactors.[Tepco Can’t Manage Fukushima Cleanup Alone, Ruling Party Says]

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