Deniers Have Blood On Their Hands
Fun Facts

Huntsville, AL

#21 Jul 20, 2012
Northie wrote:
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If you're going to leap into the middle of a thread about a study, perhaps you should first read the study.
http://www.ghf-ge.org/human-impact-report.pdf
Something from the UN is not going to do it. Do you have any credible data to back your statement?
Northie

Spokane, WA

#22 Jul 20, 2012
Fun Facts wrote:
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Something from the UN is not going to do it. Do you have any credible data to back your statement?
Ah, yes, we can't trust anything from the United Nations, as they're plotting to invade New Mexico soon--and Eastern Washington as well, according to some truly wacky Spokane officials.

However, the study is not from the UN.

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Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#23 Jul 20, 2012
Fun Facts wrote:
Something from the UN is not going to do it. Do you have any credible data to back your statement?
In three words, no, he doesn't.
Which reminds me:
There's no such thing as a perfect climate, never has been, never will be.
If there was, every wealthy person on the planet would be living where it is.
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Meanwhile, for some unknown reason, Nauseous ignores the scale of 19th and early 20th century drought and concentrates on what 'might' happen in the future.
Northie

Spokane, WA

#24 Jul 20, 2012
Yet another peer-reviewed study calculating the present and future death toll due to climate destruction.

According to this paper, there are already an estimated 350,000 climate-related deaths per year, and that number is expected to nearly double by 2020 and triple by 2030.

http://daraint.org/climate-vulnerability-moni...

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Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#25 Jul 20, 2012
Nauseous wrote:
Yet another peer-reviewed study calculating the present and future death toll due to climate destruction.
According to this paper, there are already an estimated 350,000 climate-related deaths per year, and that number is expected to nearly double by 2020 and triple by 2030.
Quadrupling the death toll wouldn't bring it back to being even close to what it was in the early 20th century, Nauseous:
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Extreme Weather Events Are Killing Fewer People Than Ever Before
The worldwide death rate from weather happenings has dropped over 98 percent since the 1920s
http://reason.org/news/show/extreme-weather-k...
Global Disaster Watch
Northie

Spokane, WA

#26 Jul 20, 2012
Earthling-1 wrote:
<quoted text>Quadrupling the death toll wouldn't bring it back to being even close to what it was in the early 20th century, Nauseous:
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Extreme Weather Events Are Killing Fewer People Than Ever Before
The worldwide death rate from weather happenings has dropped over 98 percent since the 1920s
http://reason.org/news/show/extreme-weather-k...
Global Disaster Watch
I see that the ability to prevent 3 million needless deaths per decade is of no concern to Earthling.
litesong

Everett, WA

#27 Jul 20, 2012
steenking piddling diddling middling mudling mudslinger dirtling wrote:
Quadrupling the death toll wouldn't bring it back to being even close to what it was in the early 20th century.....
You don't get to take credit for what intelligent people did using science & mathematics. You have no background in science or mathematics, no hi skule deegreee at all, & make errors of as great as 500 million TIMES. Oh yeah. "steenking piddling diddling middling mudling mudslinger dirtling" is a slimy steenking filthy vile reprobate rooting(& rotting) racist pukey proud pig.
litesong

Everett, WA

#28 Jul 20, 2012
steenking piddling diddling middling mudling mudslinger dirtling wrote:
Northie ignores the scale of 19th and early 20th century drought and concentrates on what 'might' happen in the future.
With AGW denial pour out, it is guaranteed that the future will be what our past was, multiplied by factors. Only the 14th century Death Wish may rival the future. Unlike the 14th century, applied science MAY bail our asses out, if applied kicks to AGW denier asses have their proper effects.

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Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#29 Jul 21, 2012
Nauseous wrote:
I see that the ability to prevent 3 million needless deaths per decade is of no concern to Earthling.
There was a time when I considered you to be a coherent, thinking person.
It's possible that you live to close to Everett.

BTW, if you need help preventing "3 million needless deaths per decade," just call me and I'll be there, wearing whichever caped crusader costume you want me to.
Fun Facts

Huntsville, AL

#30 Jul 21, 2012
Northie wrote:
Yet another peer-reviewed study calculating the present and future death toll due to climate destruction.
According to this paper, there are already an estimated 350,000 climate-related deaths per year, and that number is expected to nearly double by 2020 and triple by 2030.
http://daraint.org/climate-vulnerability-moni...
Is is not possible to find something credible.
Northie

Spokane, WA

#32 Jul 22, 2012
Fun Facts wrote:
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Is is not possible to find something credible.
On the conservative end of climate mortality studies, we have the WHO, which pegs the current annual death toll from health-related climate causes at 150,000 and rising.

http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/200...

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...

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Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#33 Jul 22, 2012
Nauseous wrote:
On the conservative end of climate mortality studies, we have the WHO, which pegs the current annual death toll from health-related climate causes at 150,000 and rising.
http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/200...
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
Not one of those deaths can be positively linked to climate change of 0.74C over the last 162 years, unless you have a very vivid imagination.
Northie

Spokane, WA

#34 Jul 23, 2012
Earthling-1 wrote:
<quoted text>Not one of those deaths can be positively linked to climate change of 0.74C over the last 162 years, unless you have a very vivid imagination.
Not one of Jason Giambi's home runs can be positively linked to his steroid use, either, but it takes little imagination to see that his record would be nearly impossible without the drugs. What we now have is a climate beginning to exhibit a prolonged 'roid rage.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/09/...

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Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#35 Jul 23, 2012
Nauseous, you're an old fraud.
Northie

Spokane, WA

#36 Jul 23, 2012
No single case of lung cancer has ever been proven to have been caused by smoking, although we have definitive proof that smoking vastly increases the likelihood of lung cancer.

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Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#37 Jul 23, 2012
"According to YOUR theory, no car can be charged with hitting a pedestrian unless the pedestrian is already dead or too crippled to move."
http://www.topix.com/forum/news/global-warmin...
Fun Facts

Huntsville, AL

#38 Jul 24, 2012
Northie wrote:
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On the conservative end of climate mortality studies, we have the WHO, which pegs the current annual death toll from health-related climate causes at 150,000 and rising.
http://www.who.int/mediacentre/news/notes/200...
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...
There is a huge difference between 150,000 annual deaths from 'health-related climate causes' and 3 million additional deaths per decade.

What I asked for was a reference for your '3 million additional deaths' statistics.

You see how bias shows up? It doesn't have to be saying negative stuff, it just has to make up stuff here and there. Sprinkle it like salt and pepper without any supporting documentation and you have people believing it's real.

Then you scream about fair reporting. What you are really screaming about is the fact that what you report the rest of us can easily refute. And you don't want that to happen. The only option left is to silence the opposition, by not allowing them to speak or eliminating the platform from which they speak.

It's too late, the cat is out of the bag, we can see the man behind the curtain.

“Happy, warm and comfortable”

Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#39 Jul 24, 2012
Fun Facts wrote:
There is a huge difference between 150,000 annual deaths from 'health-related climate causes' and 3 million additional deaths per decade.
Not in Nauseous' world there isn't.
Fun Facts wrote:
What I asked for was a reference for your '3 million additional deaths' statistics.
Don't hold your breath waiting for a satisfactory response.
Fun Facts wrote:
You see how bias shows up? It doesn't have to be saying negative stuff, it just has to make up stuff here and there. Sprinkle it like salt and pepper without any supporting documentation and you have people believing it's real.
Then you scream about fair reporting. What you are really screaming about is the fact that what you report the rest of us can easily refute. And you don't want that to happen. The only option left is to silence the opposition, by not allowing them to speak or eliminating the platform from which they speak.
It's too late, the cat is out of the bag, we can see the man behind the curtain.
Hear hear!

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Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#40 Jul 24, 2012
Nauseous take note, here's the good news that's been around since at least 2007 that you don't want to hear:
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Death & Death Rates Due to Extreme Weather Events
Despite the recent spate of deadly extreme weather events such as the 2003 European heat wave and the 2004 and 2005 hurricane seasons in the USA aggregate mortality and mortality rates due to extreme weather events are generally lower today than they used to be.
Globally, mortality and mortality rates have declined by 95 percent or more since the 1920s. The largest improvements came from declines in mortality due to droughts and floods, which apparently were responsible for 93 percent of all deaths caused by extreme events during the 20th Century. For windstorms, which, at 6 percent, contributed most of the remaining fatalities, mortality rates are also lower today but there are no clear trends for mortality. Cumulatively, the declines more than compensated for increases due to the 2003 heat wave.
With regard to the U.S., current mortality and mortality rates due to extreme temperatures, tornados, lightning, floods and hurricanes are also below their peak levels of a few decades ago. The declines in annual mortality for the last four categories range from 62 to 81 percent, while mortality rates declined 75 to 95 percent.
http://csccc.info/2007/12/page/2/

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Since: Oct 10

Mountain retreat, SE Spain

#41 Jul 24, 2012
Death and Death Rates Due to Extreme Weather Events: Global and US Trends 1900-2006
http://www.intellectualtakeout.org/library/ch...
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TWIMC: For your own benefit, please read every web page linked to on that page.
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Instead of going up, weather and climate related death continues to drop.

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