Obama's climate plans to get airing in Congress

Sep 18, 2013 Full story: Boston Herald 113

President Barack Obama's plans to curb the gases blamed for global warming are heading to their first test, a House hearing in which administration officials make their case before skeptical lawmakers.

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afh1696

Silver Spring, MD

#103 Oct 21, 2013
Do you think that if there are measures that can be taken to avoid disasters such as Hurricane Katrina from reoccurring, that we should take them? Even if there is no guarantee that Obama's view on climate change and what will prevent them are correct, should we still take precautionary measures of some sort if they do end up being true?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#104 Oct 21, 2013
dingle Barry wrote:
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http://gma.yahoo.com/wind-turbine-syndrome-bl...
more liberal stupidity blows up in their faces.
Do you have a face?

“Sharia, NOT!”

Since: Jul 10

Chesapeake, VA

#105 Oct 22, 2013
dingle Barry wrote:
Sue Hobart, a bridal florist from Massachusetts, couldn't understand why she suddenly developed headaches, ringing in her ears, insomnia and dizziness to the point of falling "flat on my face" in the driveway.
"I thought I was just getting older and tired," said the 57-year-old from Falmouth.
Months earlier, in the summer of 2010, three wind turbines had been erected in her town, one of which runs around the clock, 1,600 feet from her home.
"I didn't put anything to the turbines -- we heard it and didn't like the thump, thump, thump and didn't like seeing them, but we didn't put it together," she told ABCNews.com .
Hobart said her headaches only got worse, but at Christmas, when she went to San Diego, they disappeared. And she said the same thing happened on an overnight trip to Keene, N.H.
"Sometimes at night, especially in the winter, I wake up with a fluttering in the chest and think,'What the hell is that,' and the only place it happens is at my house," she said. "That's how you know. When you go away, it doesn't happen."
Careful with these type of reports. You'll have to use science and facts. That's very damaging to the tree huggers and elfin magic.

Sound frequencies have proven to be harmful to living creatures. Extremely high frequencies have cause violent outburst and behavior and low frequencies can literally damage cell tissue and brain waves.

Another funny thing about wind turbines is they kill the environment around them by keeping the hot air close to the ground!
http://wind-power-problems.org/

And for the record, I am not opposed to wind energy if done smart. Of the coasts are a great idea. I'm just not sure what impact it will have on ocean life at this point.
alan

Maringouin, LA

#106 Oct 22, 2013
Don Joe wrote:
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Oh, I get it. We are supposed to ignore the difference between weather and climate. Only look at weather, ignore climate. Only listen to far right wing commentators, and ignore the scientific community.
Ok, that answers my question. The GOP is still stuck on denying what everyone can plainly see. Let me know when it changes to: "It's the democrats fault."
weather is whats happening now!climate change could be from all the hot air you liberals spin?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#107 Oct 22, 2013
alan wrote:
<quoted text>weather is whats happening now!climate change could be from all the hot air you liberals spin?
"On the bow, in the waters above Hawaii, you could see right down into the depths. I could see that the debris isn't just on the surface, it's all the way down. And it's all sizes, from a soft-drink bottle to pieces the size of a big car or truck.

"We saw a factory chimney sticking out of the water, with some kind of boiler thing still attached below the surface. We saw a big container-type thing, just rolling over and over on the waves.

"We were weaving around these pieces of debris. It was like sailing through a garbage tip.

"Below decks you were constantly hearing things hitting against the hull, and you were constantly afraid of hitting something really big. As it was, the hull was scratched and dented all over the place from bits and pieces we never saw."

Plastic was ubiquitous. Bottles, bags and every kind of throwaway domestic item you can imagine, from broken chairs to dustpans, toys and utensils.

And something else. The boat's vivid yellow paint job, never faded by sun or sea in years gone past, reacted with something in the water off Japan, losing its sheen in a strange and unprecedented way.

BACK in Newcastle, Ivan Macfadyen is still coming to terms with the shock and horror of the voyage.

"The ocean is broken," he said, shaking his head in stunned disbelief.

Recognising the problem is vast, and that no organisations or governments appear to have a particular interest in doing anything about it, Macfadyen is looking for ideas.

“I Luv Carbon Dioxide”

Since: Dec 08

Location hidden

#108 Oct 22, 2013
Down with outlaw regulators; the EPA has no right to regulate carbon dioxide. Stop wasteful government spending, intrusive new regulations and higher taxes.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#109 Oct 23, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>Tell her to move next to a coal power plant. You know right by the railroad tracks for delivering loads.
Next to your shack? Good news, the Arctic ice is growing, I'm sure you and that slimy, avaricious scumbag Gore are delighted.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#110 Oct 23, 2013
Brian_G wrote:
Down with outlaw regulators; the EPA has no right to regulate carbon dioxide. Stop wasteful government spending, intrusive new regulations and higher taxes.
Ban all the AGW chicken littles from exhaling, they're the problem.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#111 Oct 23, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>"On the bow, in the waters above Hawaii, you could see right down into the depths. I could see that the debris isn't just on the surface, it's all the way down. And it's all sizes, from a soft-drink bottle to pieces the size of a big car or truck.
"We saw a factory chimney sticking out of the water, with some kind of boiler thing still attached below the surface. We saw a big container-type thing, just rolling over and over on the waves.
"We were weaving around these pieces of debris. It was like sailing through a garbage tip.
"Below decks you were constantly hearing things hitting against the hull, and you were constantly afraid of hitting something really big. As it was, the hull was scratched and dented all over the place from bits and pieces we never saw."
Plastic was ubiquitous. Bottles, bags and every kind of throwaway domestic item you can imagine, from broken chairs to dustpans, toys and utensils.
And something else. The boat's vivid yellow paint job, never faded by sun or sea in years gone past, reacted with something in the water off Japan, losing its sheen in a strange and unprecedented way.
BACK in Newcastle, Ivan Macfadyen is still coming to terms with the shock and horror of the voyage.
"The ocean is broken," he said, shaking his head in stunned disbelief.
Recognising the problem is vast, and that no organisations or governments appear to have a particular interest in doing anything about it, Macfadyen is looking for ideas.
Liberals are responsible for 99% of the panets litter problem.

Have you stopped exhaling copious amounts of hot air and co2 yet?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#112 Oct 24, 2013
georgie porgie wrote:
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Liberals are responsible for 99% of the panets litter problem.
.?
http://129.164.179.22/apod/ap0 40919.html

Are you not confusing the many militaries with liberals?
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#113 Oct 24, 2013
georgie porgie wrote:
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Next to your shack? Good news, the Arctic ice is growing, I'm sure you and that slimy, avaricious scumbag Gore are delighted.
No, you are wrong again and again. Again.

Correction "slim" and sunny Gore.. And you are gored again.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#114 Oct 25, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>No, you are wrong again and again. Again.
Correction "slim" and sunny Gore.. And you are gored again.
TheAntarctic sea ice hit 35-year record high Saturday - Washington Post

www.washingtonpost.com/.../antarctic-sea-ice-... ;
by Jason Samenow - in 1,075 Google+ circles
Sep 23, 2013 - Antarctic sea ice has grown to a record large extent for a second straight year, baffling scientists seeking to understand why this ice is ...

the leftist Washington Post, boyson:

The only scientists "baffled" are lunatic warmers.
georgie porgie

Denver, CO

#115 Oct 25, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>Do you have a face?
Is that some bizarre, incomprehensible Warmer humor?

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