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Oct 10, 2013
 
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4 billion people need to die for an immediate save. Acceptance of the new world order would help as much as hurt. Abolishment of money and adopting good for mankind attitude would heal damage already done.
So who decides? Who decides the 4 BILLION individuals that have to lose their LIFE? Who decides a moneyless system and how goods get distributed to the rest? Who decides the “good for mankind attitude” the remaining humans should have? What damage are you referring to specifically?

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Oct 14, 2013
 
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4 billion people need to die for an immediate save. Acceptance of the new world order would help as much as hurt. Abolishment of money and adopting good for mankind attitude would heal damage already done.
When stating such a bold and strong action I am assuming that you plan to start with yourself and your family? Did I misunderstand you? Certainly you wouldn't make such a statement without realizing that you most likely would be one of the first to go so I applaud your integrity and staunch bravery.

AT LEAST YOU MADE AN ANSWER TO THIS QUESTION AND I TRUELY DO APPLAUD YOU FOR THAT!!!

Now give it a little more thought and get in the conversation on a more reasonable level. DON'T STOP NOW!!! Stick with it and think of some actual starting points that are viable right now. We will get to where we come up with some perfect beginning moves and Father our movement.

Speaking of movements, I think I need to start one now. I hope it is really VIABLE!!!:):)Loll

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Oct 14, 2013
 
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“HYSTERICAL??? I can't breath, my eye's hurt every day, I can't see the mountains that used to look like I could touch them from my house, the water tastes like the air looks, and ... I'm pis*ed off at these worthless f***s that can't carry their trash out of the mountains with them!!! All, I repeat, ALL of this is due to human behavior.” Dude… Where do you live?
“The way I see it, if all of this is right in my face every morning there is no way that it can not be effecting nature in one huge way or another. Climate change seems perfectly logical to me.” Then you are a narcissist… The idea that you have such an impact that on the world that you can change the weather patterns is nothing short of insanity. Weather impacts you, not the other way around.
“Good God man! If you can't breath the air and you can not see through it then something is going to be changed in a big way!” When studies ELIMINATE natural causes, and ONLY look to HUMAN causes… What do you suppose you will see?
“I go up Look Out Mountain and see... NOTHING!!! Only twenty years ago I could go up there and see Aurora!!!”
I went up and saw Aurora… Apparently you went on a hazy day…
“There is no chicken little here, it's IN MY FACE!!! What the heck will it take to get you to become HYSTERICAL? I keep some rare, delicate fish and I have to FILTER THE AIR THAT GOES INTO THE TANK!!! They come from Australia and Denver air would KILL THEM!!! I call that observant, not HYSTERICAL!!!” Odd… a delicate fish from Australia having difficulty surviving in Denver… I would say that is in fact HUMAN CAUSED… Maybe you should have left him in Australia…
“The number of heads in the sand alone is causing climate change!!!” On that… Why is it now called,“climate change” and no longer :global warming”? Because now governments can claim ANY KIND of weather and BLAME that it’s human caused. The problem with critical thinking is that it takes a great deal of effort.
“Dude... if we aren't causing it we sure as he*l aren't helping any!!” Helping what?
I TOTALLY advocate for strong stewardship efforts over the resources we have but our Government Obviously isn’t the one that should be responsible… EXAMPLE: PURCHASING car companies with taxpayer dollars while restricting oil production to help provide affordable fuel for the cars.
Then you are a narcissist… The idea that you have such an impact that on the world that you can change the weather patterns is nothing short of insanity. Weather impacts you, not the other way around.
NOW YOU ARE BEING SILLY!!! I have noticed you do this on several occasions mostly when talking with Jammer. This is a waist of time and stifles the conversation. I know - That YOU KNOW - That neither JAMMER OR MYSELF IS IGNORANT ENOUGH TO THINK "The idea that you have such an impact that on the world that you can change the weather patterns" FOR A SECOND. What makes you go this rout? I know I never even closely eluded to being able to doo such a thing so why did you twist my words into something YOU WELL KNOW IS INCORRECT and then make an analogy about how incorrect it was??? A conversation can go nowhere if someone is going to play these IDEA BREAKERS! Now look at all the time I had to waist on your KNOWINGLY INVALID STATEMENT!!!

Debate teems in schools teach students about these things and why someone will do it and why it should be avoided. Please, for the sake of a rewarding conversation, try to avoid this in the future.

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Oct 14, 2013
 
I would love to see ALL blood lines continue on forever but maybe that just is impossible.

Perhaps in the time of the "RAPTURE" those that disappear will actually leave Earth and go to other planets through some means I have no idea exist.

I am quickly giving up on the idea that humans could actually pull off such an undertaking by themselves. WE CAN'T EVEN BEGIN A DISCUSSION ABOUT IT WITHOUT EVRY STATEMENT MADE BEING SHUNED OR DISCREDITTED BEFORE THE IDEA IS GIVEN AN INKLING OF A CHANCE!!! t is looking like the idea is unfathomable to people. At lest to the people on this site. Maybe I will get an actual discussion if I take my conversation elsewhere on line?

Can it be true that the people that use this site are not cerebral enough to carry on a valid discussion? NO!!! I have read some great ideas in here so I know you people are out there. Two f you that use this forum got very involved. Unfortunately the conversation got bogged down in religion and liberal VS conservative.

I'm going to try this one more time:

Please give our idea's of how the human race can exist forever? Physical walking, talking bodies. How can it happen and where do we start? ALL IDEAS SHOULD BE GIVEN WIHOUT BEING MADE FUN OF OR DISRESPETED!!! HUH gave an idea that I feel is unacceptable. WHAT I THINK DOESN'T MATTER. IT IS WHAT EVERYONE THINKS THAT MATTERS!

Thank you HUH for giving your idea.

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#1024
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The HYSTERICAL thing is your BELIEVE that global warming is human cause based on Government reports… Or is it the UN… Regardless very funny! The globe hasn’t warmed in almost 20 years… So now your kind calls it “CLIMATE CHANGE” in order to blame ANY kind of weather… It’s the definition of HYSTERICAL.
It took more than a human life span to teach the church to stop burning people at the stake for saying the sun is the center of our solar system in time you'll figure out CLIMATE CHANGE is real and man made as well.

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Oct 14, 2013
 
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So who decides? Who decides the 4 BILLION individuals that have to lose their LIFE? Who decides a moneyless system and how goods get distributed to the rest? Who decides the “good for mankind attitude” the remaining humans should have? What damage are you referring to specifically?
No worries, if we do nothing the choice will no longer matter.We can go extinct. That is what over 99% of all life forms that came before man kind did.

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Why is it now called,“climate change” and no longer :global warming”? Because now governments can claim ANY KIND of weather and BLAME that it’s human caused. The problem with critical thinking is that it takes a great deal of effort.
Both of the terms 'global warming' and 'Climate change' are used frequently in the scientific literature, because they refer to two different physical phenomena. As the name suggests,'global warming' refers to the long-term trend of a rising average global temperature.
'Climate change', again as the name suggests, refers to the changes in the global climate which result from the increasing average global temperature. For example, changes in precipitation patterns, increased prevalence of droughts, heat waves, and other extreme weather, etc. These projections of future global precipitation changes are an example of climate change.
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TOTALLY advocate for strong stewardship efforts over the resources we have but our Government Obviously isn’t the one that should be responsible… EXAMPLE: PURCHASING car companies with taxpayer dollars while restricting oil production to help provide affordable fuel for the cars.
WOW LOL, United States oil production is WAY UP!!! Our oil production is up so much that Opec is scared shitless.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/860ff5a0-b56d-11e1-...

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Oct 15, 2013
 
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The HYSTERICAL thing is your BELIEVE that global warming is human cause based on Government reports… Or is it the UN… Regardless very funny! The globe hasn’t warmed in almost 20 years… So now your kind calls it “CLIMATE CHANGE” in order to blame ANY kind of weather… It’s the definition of HYSTERICAL.
Poll: 75 Percent of Americans Support Regulating CO2 As A Pollutant, 60 Percent Support Revenue-Neutral Carbon Tax
http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2012/04/26/4...

63 percent of Americans support “signing an international treaty that requires the United States to cut its emissions of carbon dioxide 90 percent by the year 2050“!
By a margin of 3 to 1 — 61 percent to 20 percent — Americans say they would be more likely to vote for a political candidate who supports a “revenue neutral” tax shift, increasing taxes on fossil fuels, and reducing the federal income tax by an equal amount.
61 percent said they support holding the fossil fuel industry responsible for “hidden costs we pay for citizens who get sick from polluted air and water, military costs to maintain access to foreign oil, and the environmental costs of spills and accidents.”
By 3 to 1 — 58 percent to 17 percent — Americans say “protecting the environment … improves economic growth and provides new jobs” vs those who say it “reduces economic growth and costs jobs.”
Asked “When there is a conflict between environmental protection and economic growth, which do you think is more important?” an amazing 62 percent supported “protecting the environment, even if it reduces economic growth” vs. 38 percent who backed “Economic growth, even if it leads to environmental problems.”

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Oct 15, 2013
 
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Poll: 75 Percent of Americans Support Regulating CO2 As A Pollutant, 60 Percent Support Revenue-Neutral Carbon Tax
http://thinkprogress.org/climate/2012/04/26/4...
63 percent of Americans support “signing an international treaty that requires the United States to cut its emissions of carbon dioxide 90 percent by the year 2050“!
By a margin of 3 to 1 — 61 percent to 20 percent — Americans say they would be more likely to vote for a political candidate who supports a “revenue neutral” tax shift, increasing taxes on fossil fuels, and reducing the federal income tax by an equal amount.
61 percent said they support holding the fossil fuel industry responsible for “hidden costs we pay for citizens who get sick from polluted air and water, military costs to maintain access to foreign oil, and the environmental costs of spills and accidents.”
By 3 to 1 — 58 percent to 17 percent — Americans say “protecting the environment … improves economic growth and provides new jobs” vs those who say it “reduces economic growth and costs jobs.”
Asked “When there is a conflict between environmental protection and economic growth, which do you think is more important?” an amazing 62 percent supported “protecting the environment, even if it reduces economic growth” vs. 38 percent who backed “Economic growth, even if it leads to environmental problems.”
Well done and backed up. Trouble is I get stuck on all the sites that people post and by the time I am done reading and forwarding them it's time for bed!!! Loll

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It took more than a human life span to teach the church to stop burning people at the stake for saying the sun is the center of our solar system in time you'll figure out CLIMATE CHANGE is real and man made as well.
Took less than a life span for Stalin to slaughter 10 million people… Many of them Christians, but you’re are happy for that fact, right? HUMAN caused CLIMATE CHANGE has even less evidence than the evidence of GOHSTS being real.

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No worries, if we do nothing the choice will no longer matter.We can go extinct. That is what over 99% of all life forms that came before man kind did.
We have NEVER been able to control weather… Are only choice it to adapt the best we can.

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Both of the terms 'global warming' and 'Climate change' are used frequently in the scientific literature, because they refer to two different physical phenomena. As the name suggests,'global warming' refers to the long-term trend of a rising average global temperature.
'Climate change', again as the name suggests, refers to the changes in the global climate which result from the increasing average global temperature. For example, changes in precipitation patterns, increased prevalence of droughts, heat waves, and other extreme weather, etc. These projections of future global precipitation changes are an example of climate change.
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WOW LOL, United States oil production is WAY UP!!! Our oil production is up so much that Opec is scared shitless.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/860ff5a0-b56d-11e1-...
“Both of the terms 'global warming' and 'Climate change' are used frequently in the scientific literature, because they refer to two different physical phenomena. As the name suggests,'global warming' refers to the long-term trend of a rising average global temperature.” Like when the Ice ages melted back… Wait a minute… There weren’t SUVs back then!

“'Climate change', again as the name suggests, refers to the changes in the global climate which result from the increasing average global temperature. For example, changes in precipitation patterns, increased prevalence of droughts, heat waves, and other extreme weather, etc. These projections of future global precipitation changes are an example of climate change” So ANY weather is because of climate change… That why it’s hysterical.

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Took less than a life span for Stalin to slaughter 10 million people… Many of them Christians, but you’re are happy for that fact, right? HUMAN caused CLIMATE CHANGE has even less evidence than the evidence of GOHSTS being real.
Stalins parents were religious fanatics. Yea,religion screwed him up but good.

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Like when the Ice ages melted back… Wait a minute… There weren’t SUVs back then!
The god Thor melted the ice.Did ya miss that day of church?

You don't even believe in way back when. Even the last ice age is far older then you believe the earth is.
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So ANY weather is because of climate change… That why it’s hysterical.
No, but that super flood Denver had dropping over a years worth of rain in a few days in September the driest month of the year is a sign of climate change.

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We have NEVER been able to control weather… Are only choice it to adapt the best we can.
So, not long ago we could not control atoms now we can turn lead into gold. In time we may learn to control the weather as well.

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The HYSTERICAL thing is your BELIEVE that global warming is human cause based on Government reports… Or is it the UN… Regardless very funny! The globe hasn’t warmed in almost 20 years… So now your kind calls it “CLIMATE CHANGE” in order to blame ANY kind of weather… It’s the definition of HYSTERICAL.
No it is not the government reports I believe. It is the 90 plus percent of scientist in fields of science related to the climate that I believe.

Whats funny is you believe a 3000 years old flat earth book written by sheep herders over science that has made your life so easy.

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Stalins parents were religious fanatics. Yea,religion screwed him up but good.
LOL… Typical leftist mind set, blaming anyone except for the individual responsible. Your parents must have been Christian. Sad that your appreciate Stalin’s actions, though.

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The god Thor melted the ice.Did ya miss that day of church?
You don't even believe in way back when. Even the last ice age is far older then you believe the earth is.
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No, but that super flood Denver had dropping over a years worth of rain in a few days in September the driest month of the year is a sign of climate change.
“You don't even believe in way back when. Even the last ice age is far older then you believe the earth is.” Science shows the Ice Ages melted back, but you don’t believe in science, only “global warming”… oh wait “climate change” as being “human caused” with false science to back it up… You obviously ignore what I believe, just as you ignore science.

“No, but that super flood Denver had dropping over a years worth of rain in a few days in September the driest month of the year is a sign of climate change.” LOL… and you caused it? Better stop driving your SUV! Meteorologist have concluded it’s happened every thousand years or so… http://kdvr.com/2013/09/15/thursday-storm-pro...
It’s a cycle… but deny science to give government control right?

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So, not long ago we could not control atoms now we can turn lead into gold. In time we may learn to control the weather as well.
Lol… Our only choice it to adapt the best we can. Humans have ZERO control.

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No it is not the government reports I believe. It is the 90 plus percent of scientist in fields of science related to the climate that I believe.
Whats funny is you believe a 3000 years old flat earth book written by sheep herders over science that has made your life so easy.
You couldn’t even name more than 2% of the scientists that hold your belief. Your 90% claim isn’t true.

LOL!
You should stop stating your small minded ideas of what you think I believe… It makes you look foolish.

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