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Enzyte Bob

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Again, that is incorrect. The Germans has plenty of Slavic allies. Here is a video where a town in the old Yugoslavia parties when the Nazi's took over. Villager with Nazi flag at 3:25. Hitler also considered Iranians Aryans. Bulgaria was always a traditional ally of Germany due to the fact that their king was part of the Saxe-Gotha-Coburg family.
My enemy's enemy is my friend.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch...

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Tippyhead.
You are confusing the issues of looking at the raw data and what it means has happened in the past, and how it might be used to predict the future.
woof
You should probably stick to law.
Though how you passed the bar exam is anyone's guess.
Duke for Mayor

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Dude, that crap is 10 years old.
I hope you update your law library on a more regular basis.
Dude, the Us government operates an entire organization that is engaged in paleoclimatology. There are numerous governments that engage in ice core extraction and analysis. If you want links I'll provide them.

Go read your bible if all of it scares you so much. The earth is really really old, dude.

There have never been CO2 levels as high as they have been in the past 100 years. That's what the science demonstrates. If you choose not to believe it, you can always believe that a solitary man with an Ark saved all of the animal species from a flood.

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LMAO. I lived through the 1970's when apocalypse was being predicted, right and left. In fact, the "end of times" and global apocalypse is a never ending theme that spans the generations.
Study history, not junk science, for the real answer.
Yes, humans affect the environment. But considering that Duvall County, Florida is a large enough place for all of humanity in the entire world to reside, anything humans do is the equivalent of urinating in the ocean.
Sunspots affect climate more than anything else.
Duvall County, huh?

You're drinkin tonight, aren't you Bob?

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Enzyte Bob

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Woah, now: New Aussie PM dissolves climate change committee, freezes renewables funding

Sep 22, 2013 5:01 PM by Erika Johnsen

http://hotair.com/archives/2013/09/22/woah-ne...
Duke for Mayor

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You should probably stick to law.
Though how you passed the bar exam is anyone's guess.
One question:

Is it your position that the scientific evidence demonstrating unprecedented CO2 levels on earth beginning after the industrial revolution is inaccurate?

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Dude, the Us government operates an entire organization that is engaged in paleoclimatology. There are numerous governments that engage in ice core extraction and analysis. If you want links I'll provide them.
Go read your bible if all of it scares you so much. The earth is really really old, dude.
There have never been CO2 levels as high as they have been in the past 100 years. That's what the science demonstrates. If you choose not to believe it, you can always believe that a solitary man with an Ark saved all of the animal species from a flood.
woof
Government grants have a way of funding studies that produce the desired result.

Guess I, and the majority of real scientists, will just have to live with the label of "denier."

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamestaylor/2013/...

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One question:
Is it your position that the scientific evidence demonstrating unprecedented CO2 levels on earth beginning after the industrial revolution is inaccurate?
woof
To repeat ad nauseam...real scientists questioning the government-sanctioned studies:

"These scientists are likely to ask,'How can anyone take action if research is biased?'”

"...they underscore that the ‘real’ cause of climate change is unknown as nature is forever changing and uncontrollable...they disagree that climate change poses any significant public risk and see no impact on their personal life. They are also less likely to believe that the scientific debate is settled and that the IPCC modeling is accurate."

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<quoted text>You might be GoKeefe's family from the wrong side of the tracks.
I pity her if that's the case.
Hahahahaha!!!!

No pierogis and kielbasa for Dukie! Zakazany! Nie jeden z nas.
Enzyte Bob

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Sep 22, 2013
 
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Duvall County, huh?
You're drinkin tonight, aren't you Bob?
woof
The entire world's population can fit within the city limits of Jacksonville. Of course people couldn't live like that, but they can fit.

http://www.city-data.com/forum/23651501-post1...
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Sep 22, 2013
 
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Government grants have a way of funding studies that produce the desired result.
Guess I, and the majority of real scientists, will just have to live with the label of "denier."
http://www.forbes.com/sites/jamestaylor/2013/...
Once again I ask you: Do you believe that the raw data is manipulated, or not?

Do you understand the difference between the steps of 1) gathering the data, 2) analyzing whether it can be used to indicate what has happened in the past, and 3) drawing conclusions about how that data might be used to predict the future?

No reasonable person can look at that data and conclude that modern society has not raised CO2 levels on Earth since the onset of the Industrial revolution. That's step 2.

What you all are arguing about is step 3.

There simply is no reasonable argument about steps 1 or 2. Those are both factual.

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Che Reagan Christ

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How did you survive the 1970s Ice Age?
Dude, that '77 blizzard was somethin', no?
Nate is going to excoriate you over your lack of knowledge of history. The blizzard was in '78.
Che Reagan Christ

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-The-Artist- wrote:
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The UN is scary, it wants the subversion of this land to be sacrificed on the alter of anthropogenic global warming.
Ask yourself this, if AGW is such a big threat, why are the atheistic Chinese Communists not freaking out and limiting emissions?
Perhaps because AGW is a fraud to destroy the West?
Whoa. Your head is a scary place.
Duke for Mayor

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Sep 22, 2013
 
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Conservatives are never scared.
Because we're informed.
Actually, the main reason you're all so scared is because you ARE so uninformed.

Case in point is tonight's discussion about chemical analysis, gas chromotography, and radiocarbon dating of ice cores.

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The entire world's population can fit within the city limits of Jacksonville. Of course people couldn't live like that, but they can fit.
http://www.city-data.com/forum/23651501-post1...
Whenever the lemmings lecture society on overpopulation, I think about Nevada...and laugh awhile.

24 people per sq. mile.

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Sep 22, 2013
 
Enzyte Bob wrote:
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The entire world's population can fit within the city limits of Jacksonville. Of course people couldn't live like that, but they can fit.
http://www.city-data.com/forum/23651501-post1...
True, but standing room only:
http://www.stmaryvalleybloom.org/jacksonville...

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Sep 22, 2013
 
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Again, that is incorrect. The Germans has plenty of Slavic allies. Here is a video where a town in the old Yugoslavia parties when the Nazi's took over. Villager with Nazi flag at 3:25. Hitler also considered Iranians Aryans. Bulgaria was always a traditional ally of Germany due to the fact that their king was part of the Saxe-Gotha-Coburg family.
My enemy's enemy is my friend.
Boboo if you don't think that if Germany had won the war that after the Germans ran out of Jews to BBQ that the Muzzies, Slavs and any other Untermenschen allies of convenience were next you are really just in denial.
Duke for Mayor

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Sep 22, 2013
 
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The entire world's population can fit within the city limits of Jacksonville. Of course people couldn't live like that, but they can fit.
http://www.city-data.com/forum/23651501-post1...
Well we'll make sure to place you in the secular Jewish Quarter, Bob.

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Enzyte Bob

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Sep 22, 2013
 
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Disagree? How can anybody argue with an actual video of a slavic town (about 10,000 people) partying when the Nazis took over?

It is historical film and it is the truth.

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Duke for Mayor wrote:
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Once again I ask you: Do you believe that the raw data is manipulated, or not?
Do you understand the difference between the steps of 1) gathering the data, 2) analyzing whether it can be used to indicate what has happened in the past, and 3) drawing conclusions about how that data might be used to predict the future?
No reasonable person can look at that data and conclude that modern society has not raised CO2 levels on Earth since the onset of the Industrial revolution. That's step 2.
What you all are arguing about is step 3.
There simply is no reasonable argument about steps 1 or 2. Those are both factual.
woof
You're a rabid AGW alarmist.
Didn't know you had it in you to be such a zealot.
For an unproven -- and some say disproven -- theory.

This is most ironic.

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