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Yah, I saw where 4 states had their water polluted as a direct result of fraccing.
With respect, the pollution was NOT a direct result of fracking but of negligence to contain the waste of fracking.

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Canton wrote:
So when you act smug and then get your butt mentally whooped for it, it's a temper tantrum. Funny because I smile when I make you look stupid. Here's the answer to your pressing question, though. Odd that you ask so much, yet refuse to answer mine.
All your links showed just CO2 emissions. There was nothing comparing temperature changes between now and other severe climate changes throughout earth's history. How can we compare temperatures without any data? Oh, that's right ... we just make up the data.

You libtards always tout science, science, science. But what the hell kind of science is that, when you draw a final conclusion from absolutely no information, then try to force the entire world to alter their lives to conform to it? You're not the least bit interested in science. You're just control freaks.
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Like I said, this is all about old, white rightwing Conservative Christians trying to force this country to follow their religious views in our government. It is known as Dominionism and is a fascist agenda that has outspoken Conservative poster children publically declaring that "Vladimir Putin is a Conservative hero".

Nothing to do with taxes, or the Constitution, or phone programs that Reagan started, or Benghazi, which is one out of 13 embassy attacks that happened resulting in the deaths of Americans that the Tea Baggers don't deem important enough to feel "outraged" about.) Nothing to do with FEMA death camps, secret Muslim agendas, birth certificates or Obama taking our guns away. It's all just about religion and a rightwing Christian agenda, backed by old Christian oil money and old white people's hatred of black people. Absolutely nothing more.

One can only imagine how p1ssed off it makes you guys because of the fact that your behavior towards black people is rightfully no longer tolerated in this nation like it was in the very Conservative 50s. To have to keep your lifelong distrust and family passed down hatred of dark skinned people bottled up inside, while the entire nation you had so many all white Mayberry for Jesus visions about views you for exactly the old hound dog, pork chopped side burns and son named Hunter racists they know you really are. Just like with your little rebel flag stickers and your comments about getting America back to the way it was or even lamer, mindlessly blurting out the trusty old "No I'm not, you are!" tactic and declaring Obama is a racist, one of the most primitive human defense mechanisms you can find in any grade school play ground. You aren't fooling anyone. Certainly not the American voters.

Nobody was dumb enough to buy your desperate tactic to pretend that all of the racists in this country magically disappeared, and that you really hate Obama due to (Insert bogus Tea Bagger emailed newsletter propaganda scandal of the week here)

Now you are reduced to shouting random things about liberty and tyrants, or making fun of his ears, while the nation laughs at how desperate and kooky you look to the open minded generations that have come after your little decades long monopoly on god and country. Now the GOP is backing away from you corporate fetch boys like you just pissed your Tea Bagging britches and asked John Boehner for a dance. Even the Pope thinks you guys are weak, and if that doesn't tell you your day in the sun is over, then you are in fact much dumber than anyone could have guessed you were when you came up with things like "Freedom Fries".

Remember how you guys squirmed with delight just recently when the Affordable Health Care Act webpage didn't instantly work? How about the fact that no one seems to want to express their outrage any more over the Obamacare that Mitt Romney the commie helped write?

Considering it will be the end to all civilization as we know it, and a lethal injection of communism in the faltering arm of America that is "worse than slavery", one would have thought your provided "outrage" to Obamacare would have lasted a little bit longer. Wonder why? Could it be the GOP looking at you like you were a bunch of tin foil hat, corporate sponsored kooks? If you want to know exactly how you will quietly shuffle backwards into the shadows of obscure shame on climate change, just watch how you reacted to the Affordable Health Care Act.

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Yah, I saw where 4 states had their water polluted as a direct result of fraccing. Sure lost of people who were rich enough to have land handed to them already will make money off of it. they are the one's you always hear getting defensive about the statistical data already in on the process. Nobel of you to blatantly put money over the water that future generations have to drink, though. Just like with doing away with Social Security, right after you guys get yours, or "We don't have to protect the environment, the second coming is at hand" said by oil man in charge of our environment under the GOP, your obvious "I got mine, screw yours" attitude is a shining example of the higher morality you guys always talk about and in many on here's case, those special folks who I could tell were religious just by their radical and unfounded beliefs on global weather trends, the "I got mine" attitude is nothing short of walking in the footsteps of Jesus...right? Now do you have a varsity jacket with a big BP team logo on it hanging in the haunted hauler, or you more of a Team GetGo kinda man when it comes to a canine devotion in the world of oil industry corporation sporting events? I can almost picture the Glenn Beck style tears when you boldly stand before the other truck drivers and waitresses at the truck stop and exclaim "I'm just a common man, who loves fossil fuel based products and the harmless effects of second hand smoke in the faces of children!"
Canton the Bible you refer to also covers how folks who do not take advantage of the resources God has put before them will suffer. Welfare and food stamps aren't the resources it was referring to.
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There is no evidence to support evolution.
Old Guy wrote:
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"The evidence for evolution has primarily come from four sources:
1. the fossil record of change in earlier species
2. the chemical and anatomical similarities of related life forms
3. the geographic distribution of related species
4. the recorded genetic changes in living organisms over many generations"
http://anthro.palomar.edu/evolve/evolve_3.htm
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I appreciate the points you made, Old Guy. But although random fossils from billions of years ago may be considered evidence, they're not proof.
So you would agree that you were wrong when you said there was no evidence to support evolution?

When you say "in my opinion", that only has meaning if you have some special insight. Do you have any formal training in science? Or any advanced degree? You do realize that your views are at odds with the vast majority of the scientific community?

"The vast majority of the scientific community and academia supports evolutionary theory as the only explanation that can fully account for observations in the fields of biology, paleontology, molecular biology, genetics, anthropology, and others. One 1987 estimate found that "700 scientists ...(out of a total of 480,000 U.S. earth and life scientists)... give credence to creation-science". An expert in the evolution-creationism controversy, professor and author Brian Alters, states that "99.9 percent of scientists accept evolution". A 1991 Gallup poll found that about 5% of American scientists (including those with training outside biology) identified themselves as creationists."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Level_of_support...
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<quoted text>As I said before, mutations never result in the advancement of a species, but rather the regression of it.
You are incorrect.

"Despite the odds against an individual mutation being beneficial, the driving force of natural selection means that when one does appear, it can quickly dominate a population. This is the entire point of natural selection, which invalidates any argument that "beneficial mutations" are too rare to ever have any effect.

In 2008 microbiologist Richard Lenski produced a beneficial mutation in the lab, when his E. coli developed a trait that enabled them to utilize citrate as a carbon source. While E. coli has internal cellular mechanisms that can process the citrate, one hallmark of the species is that it cannot transport citrate across the cell wall. This mutation enabled them to do so.

Vivid examples of beneficial mutations

Lactose tolerance - why humans with significant European ancestry can digest milk as adults.
Antibiotic resistant bacteria - at least beneficial from the point of view of the bacteria.
Radiation resistant fungi (and perhaps other lifeforms) inside Chernobyl"

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Beneficial_mutat...
Canton

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All your links showed just CO2 emissions. There was nothing comparing temperature changes between now and other severe climate changes throughout earth's history. How can we compare temperatures without any data? Oh, that's right ... we just make up the data.
You libtards always tout science, science, science. But what the hell kind of science is that, when you draw a final conclusion from absolutely no information, then try to force the entire world to alter their lives to conform to it? You're not the least bit interested in science. You're just control freaks.
And the Christian creation story is scientific fact that should be force taught in our public school systems. Sorry if that obvious and overwhelming spike in CO2 emissions, provided from numerous sources and unlike anything seen during any of your ever so controversial ice ages, that begins exactly at the start of the industrial revolution doesn't stack up with your 300 year old lice infested shepherd standard of all things scientific. I know that they don't teach you about CO2 emissions trapping greenhouse gasses in our atmosphere in the Bible so the science must be wrong. Also, we all know that past ice ages nullify any current scientific data provided by climate experts on global weather patterns and the obvious changes occurring right now... because that's just the logical conclusion...right? They were right about the ice ages, because it fits your needs, but wrong about evolution because it makes your book of Jewish fairytales called the Bible wrong. How very scientific of you. Seems all those numerous and decade long studies showing time and time again religious people like you having lower IQs was all wrong too.(That's called sarcasm. They don't teach it in home school)

I mean, other than being exactly what you said didn't' exist and other than the fact that it makes you look like a flat earth moron clinging to outdated oil industry propaganda, and other than the fact that you include in your "rational" belief system that a demonic political leader with magical powers will make everyone get a 666 mark and will start war III in a deserted chunk of desert in the middle east because some outcast from the bronze age told you so,
Old Guy

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Super Mutt wrote:
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All your links showed just CO2 emissions. There was nothing comparing temperature changes between now and other severe climate changes throughout earth's history. How can we compare temperatures without any data? Oh, that's right ... we just make up the data.
You must be unaware that both temperature and CO2 levels in the past can be determined by analyzing ice cores. This has been going on for many years,

"An ice core is a core sample that is typically removed from an ice sheet, most commonly from the polar ice caps of Antarctica, Greenland or from high mountain glaciers elsewhere. As the ice forms from the incremental build up of annual layers of snow, lower layers are older than upper, and an ice core contains ice formed over a range of years. The properties of the ice and the recrystallized inclusions within the ice can then be used to reconstruct a climatic record over the age range of the core, normally through isotopic analysis. This enables the reconstruction of local temperature records and the history of atmospheric composition."

"The length of the record depends on the depth of the ice core and varies from a few years up to 800 kyr (800,000 years) for the EPICA core."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_core
Canton

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Canton the Bible you refer to also covers how folks who do not take advantage of the resources God has put before them will suffer. Welfare and food stamps aren't the resources it was referring to.
Maybe it was talking about the chances of a rich man making into heaven? Perhaps the food stamps and welfare is the part where Jesus states that if a poor man comes to you in need and you turn him away, it is as if you have turned Jesus Christ himself away? Maybe Bush's war, that was wholeheartedly supported by the Christian right, was just their way of turning the other cheek and loving their enemies like Christ taught? Maybe the concept of giving away all your worldly possessions, as Jesus taught you must do to be truly a good person that he talks about in that strange middle eastern religious book you guys keep trying to force into our government is a thousand times more socialist than anything I have ever believed in my entire life. Maybe there is a reason why Conservatives are agreeing with a commie leader and calling him a hero in the country where the church and state walk hand and hand?
Reality Speaks

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where is that pesky global warming at?

Canton please turn up the heat since you control it.
Helen Roper

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No, you need to thank the president that smart, hard working Americans voted for, for leading America out of the abysmal pit that GW Bush put us in, and into the prosperity you are enjoying right now as you describe. I think it's cool that you have well houses with clean drinking water on your land. I also think it's important to keep corporations in check when it comes to our country's resources. Not cripple them as many claim is happening, despite their record profits. But just to make sure there are reasonable checks in place to keep things like the wells on your property clean for drinking. You know that Bush deregulated the energy industry and they became lax in their safety precautions. This contributed to the huge amount of environmental damage that happed in the gulf coast. That BP oil rig that Halliburton built, leaked because they skipped over a safety bypass device that would have cost them around $10,000. That's why I mention the abstract amounts of money these guys are making a second. It has already been proven that they can buy and sell politicians. If you look how the money flows, every single Tea Party position in our government is directly paid by the Koch Brother oil billionaires. Why is corporate run government so much better than our government's social programs?
I am in no way suggesting that we live in the stone age, and I am the first to admit that I don't have the means to make my home solar, or ride a bike in the winter time. I am just saying that someone other than the oil companies needs to keep an eye on the resources of our nation. The gulf as far as I am concerned happened to every American, because it belonged to the people of this nation. Yah, I know. Socialist this, commie that blah blah blah.
Smart? This guy is nothing but a puppet. At least Bush was smart enough to recognize he needed to surround himself by people who would tell him he was wrong. Obama is good at reading other people's words on a TelePrompTer. That's what you got with your vote.
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Okay, so these teabagging retards think Bush was "smart", and winter weather COMPLETELY disproves global warming...
Reality Speaks

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UgottaGimmeThat wrote:
Okay, so these teabagging retards think Bush was "smart", and winter weather COMPLETELY disproves global warming...
in 1978 is was a rapidly approaching ice age, and in 2014 it is global warming.

when looking out the window at this exact moment....it must be 1978 all over again.

only smart people think they can predict Mother Nature.
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Helen Roper wrote:
<quoted text>Smart? This guy is nothing but a puppet. At least Bush was smart enough to recognize he needed to surround himself by people who would tell him he was wrong. Obama is good at reading other people's words on a TelePrompTer. That's what you got with your vote.
WOW, you really are stupid with a real short memory. History debunks that crap you spewed easily.

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Canton wrote:
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Maybe it was talking about the chances of a rich man making into heaven? Perhaps the food stamps and welfare is the part where Jesus states that if a poor man comes to you in need and you turn him away, it is as if you have turned Jesus Christ himself away? Maybe Bush's war, that was wholeheartedly supported by the Christian right, was just their way of turning the other cheek and loving their enemies like Christ taught? Maybe the concept of giving away all your worldly possessions, as Jesus taught you must do to be truly a good person that he talks about in that strange middle eastern religious book you guys keep trying to force into our government is a thousand times more socialist than anything I have ever believed in my entire life. Maybe there is a reason why Conservatives are agreeing with a commie leader and calling him a hero in the country where the church and state walk hand and hand?
You've lost your mind. None of what you just typed has anything to do with giving all your worldly possessions to GOVERNMENT.

Where you totally go off the rails is chapter four of Alinskys rules for radicals. Make em live up to their own rules. And most of us have you figured out.
Canton

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I think each district should be allowed to teach what it's citizens want taught. After all, their children are the ones in the classroom. One-size-fits-all doesn't work.
Creationism is a fable, but believing that your great grandpappy was a silverback gorilla is solid science, right? Yep, you're the superior intellect for sure.
Who said anything about our great grand parents being silverback gorillas? How very extreme. You know, like trying to minimize the obvious effects of climate change by calling record flooding, tornadoes, hurricanes and 30,000 record high temperatures in one year, a bunch of "cow farts". Oh you conniving rightwing Christian Conservatives and your constant need to twist words to fit your extremist agendas. Don't worry though. lil' tin foil hat trooper. You can still play the "Climate Change is a punishment by God against the gays" card when even the dumbest of our society, the religious folks with proven lower IQs, can no longer deny the damage that has been done to our planet's climate as a direct result of burning fossil fuels.

Since then founders of this country were mostly Deists and not Christians, who put knowledge above your fear based superstitions and who also made it very clear that no one religion should be favored over another, I think our nation will stick with the Supreme Court ruling on sneaking your religion in a science class. I know that it's difficult for you accept the fact that you no longer have a monopoly on god or country anymore, seeing that this country was hijacked by liars who claim our country was founded on Christianity and all, but you had your big day in the sun, Princess. It's what spiraled this great country into the mess it was when Obama took over. The American voters told you to stick your fascist agenda up your Tea Bagging @sses. Don't you EVER forget that.
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Reality Speaks wrote:
where is that pesky global warming at?
Canton please turn up the heat since you control it.
How extreme. Since in your world, I can control the temperature, then bow before my power of setting 30,000 record high temperatures in one year. Not only that, but my extreme ability also makes it so every Tea Bagger in the nation will ignore my magic climate powers and those 30,000 record high temps in a year, and go with outdated oil industry anti-climate change propaganda instead. I have the power to make you stupid, although we all really know that you had that power inside of you all along.
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Pops wrote:
<quoted text> With respect, the pollution was NOT a direct result of fracking but of negligence to contain the waste of fracking.
Was that water contaminated before the fracking? Nope. Has the deregulated energy industry been lax in their safety measures before? Ask the gulf coast.
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UdintBuildThat wrote:
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You've lost your mind. None of what you just typed has anything to do with giving all your worldly possessions to GOVERNMENT.
Where you totally go off the rails is chapter four of Alinskys rules for radicals. Make em live up to their own rules. And most of us have you figured out.
Who said anything about the Bible saying to give all your possessions away to the government? When have you EVER gave all your possessions away to the Government? Ooh let me guess. Was it when Obama took all our guns away? Maybe it was the other time they "took all our guns away" back with Clinton? Nothing but fear based fantasy from those who never had to earn what they claim is being taken away from them.

Hey what chapter in your little radical book that no one cares about covers the notion of being a typical conniving rightwing Conservative, and having to twist every word others say because you don't stand a snowball's chance in hell to win an argument with logic or facts?
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Super Mutt wrote:
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I think each district should be allowed to teach what it's citizens want taught. After all, their children are the ones in the classroom. One-size-fits-all doesn't work.
Creationism is a fable, but believing that your great grandpappy was a silverback gorilla is solid science, right? Yep, you're the superior intellect for sure.
Obviously, no one cares what you think.(Also see last two Presidential elections, the GOP's current stance on Tea Baggers and the Pope's public statements about fascist folks like you)
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UdintBuildThat wrote:
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You've lost your mind. None of what you just typed has anything to do with giving all your worldly possessions to GOVERNMENT.
Where you totally go off the rails is chapter four of Alinskys rules for radicals. Make em live up to their own rules. And most of us have you figured out.
Now was it my "commie" Eagle Scout award or my "Liberal" AR15 that allowed you to nail down who I am so well? Maybe it was my 12 years of theological studies that made me so clueless as to what the Bible says? Either way, boy you guys know me to the letter.

Anyway, back to my 100% accurate ability to guess who is religious on here by listening to their non-Biblical views on global weather patterns.

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