Who still takes global warming seriously?

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Despite the recent discovery of the e-mails that resulted in "Climate Gate" and the fact this has been one of the coldest and harshest winters in many years, Gov.

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We like twinkies they help the global warming. Better to be warm than ice cold. Your Welcome.

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The media, all liberal institutes and crony capitalists believe in man made catastrophic global warming; I don't.
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The republicants learned nothing, nada, zilch from the last election where they marginalized all kinds of groups from immigrants, gays, women and others and continue to go after those folks.

http://front.moveon.org/rachel-maddow-on-how-...

Darling republicannots, Grand Ol' Party of White Old Men, wake up and smell this century as you continue to shrink your itsy bitsy white tent and think beyond the number "47 percenter".
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steenking piddling middling mudling mudslinger brian_g stumble butt dumpstser diver wrote:
The media, all liberal institutes and crony capitalists believe in man made catastrophic global warming; I don't.
"steenking piddling middling mudling mudslinger brian_g stumble butt dumpstser diver" believes in his hi skule deegreee without upper class science, chemistry, astronomy, physics, algebra & pre-calc. "steenking piddling middling mudling mudslinger brian_g stumble butt dumpstser diver" believes in his errors of 73 million TIMES, 1 million TIMES, 1000 TIMES, & 3000 TIMES. "steenking piddling middling mudling mudslinger brian_g stumble butt dumpstser diver" believes in his slimy steenking filthy vile reprobate rooting(& rotting) racist pukey proud pigisms AND his alleged & proud threats.
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Responsibility wrote:
The republicants learned nothing, nada, zilch from the last election where they marginalized all kinds of groups from immigrants, gays, women and others and continue to go after those folks.
http://front.moveon.org/rachel-maddow-on-how-...
Darling republicannots, Grand Ol' Party of White Old Men, wake up and smell this century as you continue to shrink your itsy bitsy white tent and think beyond the number "47 percenter".
I like your 'republicannots'. How 'bout my 're-pubic-lick-uns'? The GOP is grand outdated party(all small letters).
PHD

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More of the same from the GOP and the Blue Dogs. Then there is _g.
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For microscopic animals living in the Gulf of Mexico, even worse than the toxic oil released during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster may be the very oil dispersants used to clean it up, a new study finds.

More than 2 million gallons (7.5 million liters) of oil dispersants called Corexit 9527A and 9500A were dumped into the gulf in an effort to prevent oil from reaching shore and to help it degrade more quickly.

However, when oil and Corexit are combined, the mixture becomes up to 52 times more toxic than oil alone, according to a study published online this week in the journal Environmental Pollution.

"There is a synergistic interaction between crude oil and the dispersant that makes it more toxic," said Terry Snell, a study co-author and biologist at Georgia Tech. Using dispersants breaks up the oil into small droplets and makes it less visible, but, "on the other hand, makes it more toxic to the planktonic food chain," Snell told LiveScience.
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By Miguel Llanos, NBC News

What had been a blurry picture about polar ice — especially how it impacts sea levels — just got a whole lot clearer as experts on Thursday published a peer-reviewed study they say puts to rest the debate over whether the poles added to, or subtracted from, sea level rise over the last two decades.

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"This improved certainty allows us to say definitively that both Antarctica and Greenland have been losing ice," lead author Andrew Shepherd of the University of Leeds in Britain, told reporters. Not only that, but the pace has tripled from the 1990s, the data indicate.

Combining satellite data from dozens of earlier studies, the study "shows that the Antarctic and Greenland ice sheets have contributed just over 11 millimeters (0.4 inches) to global sea levels since 1992," he added. Two-thirds was from Greenland, a third from Antarctica.

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gcaveman1 wrote:
For microscopic animals living in the Gulf of Mexico, even worse than the toxic oil released during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster may be the very oil dispersants used to clean it up, a new study finds.
More than 2 million gallons (7.5 million liters) of oil dispersants called Corexit 9527A and 9500A were dumped into the gulf in an effort to prevent oil from reaching shore and to help it degrade more quickly.
However, when oil and Corexit are combined, the mixture becomes up to 52 times more toxic than oil alone, according to a study published online this week in the journal Environmental Pollution.
"There is a synergistic interaction between crude oil and the dispersant that makes it more toxic," said Terry Snell, a study co-author and biologist at Georgia Tech. Using dispersants breaks up the oil into small droplets and makes it less visible, but, "on the other hand, makes it more toxic to the planktonic food chain," Snell told LiveScience.
Nature can clean up oil spills without our help.
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Brian_G wrote:
<quoted text>Nature can clean up oil spills without our help.
Nature never cleaned up your spills here even with our help.
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brian_g stumble butt dumpster diver wrote:
Nature can clean up oil spills without our help.
Your mother cleaned up after you, & you decided not to worry about your messes.
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brian_g stumble butt dumpster diver wrote:
Nature can clean up oil spills without our help.
Exxon Valdez oil spill: 20 years later..........
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2009/...
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brian_g stumble butt dumpster diver wrote:
Nature can clean up oil spills without our help.
We'll let 'brian_g stumble butt dumpster diver' live in the middle of the worst man-made environmental disasters ever created.
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Set the _g in the middle of the worst ash spill. Hay take the Less than a Box of Rocks AKA "tina' to keep it company. Should be a short drive for the Less than a Box of Rocks.
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It’s pretty easy to show that global temperatures are rising, or that spring is arriving earlier than it once did, but since climate has changed plenty of times in the past, that alone doesn’t prove anything. Tying climate change to human greenhouse-gas emissions — an area known as detection and attribution, or fingerprinting — is a lot harder.

That’s what makes a new study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences so important. Using state-of-the-art climate models, Ben Santer of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and 21 colleagues have found what they call “some of the clearest evidence to date of a discernible influence on atmospheric temperature.”

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And on this thread, as the evidence become overwhelming and only the dumbest or most highly paid deniers dare to comment, we hear...

(crickets chirping)

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gcaveman1 wrote:
It’s pretty easy to show that global temperatures are rising, or that spring is arriving earlier than it once did, but since climate has changed plenty of times in the past, that alone doesn’t prove anything. Tying climate change to human greenhouse-gas emissions — an area known as detection and attribution, or fingerprinting — is a lot harder.
That’s what makes a new study in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences so important. Using state-of-the-art climate models, Ben Santer of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and 21 colleagues have found what they call “some of the clearest evidence to date of a discernible influence on atmospheric temperature.”
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And on this thread, as the evidence become overwhelming and only the dumbest or most highly paid deniers dare to comment, we hear...
(crickets chirping)
But here on this thread, Inholf and Watts trump the National Academy of Socialism....
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As the evidence become overwhelming the dumbest or most highly paid forecasters, scientist or predictors of weather climate change dare to comment hear. Usually they do the cut and paste thing they really really don't know.
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(crickets chirping)

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gcaveman1 wrote:
(crickets chirping)
But as the climate warms, their chirping becomes lower in pitch....
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And as the climate cools their chirping becomes slower.

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