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When Bill Clinton took office in 1993, global warming was a slow-moving environmental problem that was easy to ignore.
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gcaveman1

Laurel, MS

#33426 Jan 4, 2013
tina anne wrote:
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I think you need to think that. Otherwise you might have to consider that I am right and your mind is incapable of handling something like that.
Or as Jack Nickolas said in a Few Good Men,'You can't handle the truth'.
I don't need to think it but I do.

I've considered that you could be right and I've concluded that's impossible.

Jack Nickolas(sic)(Nicklaus?) is a champion golfer. Jack Nicholson is the movie guy.

You dumb ass.
Teddy R

Mclean, VA

#33427 Jan 4, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text> I reverse all the name calling back at you.
"I'm rubber, you're glue?"

Seriously? This is the level you're reduced to?
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text> You have no idea about me.
Chillax. Don't start crying. Somebody cares about you. Not me (ewwww ...) but somebody does.
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text> I don't care about your personal views.
I'm crushed.
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>You can't handle the science.
Right.

I'm not the one having an emotional breakdown here.

...

Well! Good talk! Glad we could clear the air!
bend over spaceblues

United States

#33428 Jan 4, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
Teddy R is caught not knowing this type of definition:
A nuclear reactor is a device to initiate and control a sustained nuclear chain reaction.[From Wikipedia]
Oh well, he has all the characteristics of a denier, including name calling.
oh my 'space', it is you who are caught not knowing nuclear reactors have been found in nature and far rrom being a device. eons before humans developed the first commercial nuclear power plants in the 1950s seventeen natural nuclear fission reactors operated in what is today known as Gabon in Western Africa. I'll post this for 'tina', I'm syre you won't read it.

http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blo...
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33429 Jan 4, 2013
bend over spaceblues wrote:
<quoted text>oh my 'space', it is you who are caught not knowing nuclear reactors have been found in nature and far rrom being a device. eons before humans developed the first commercial nuclear power plants in the 1950s seventeen natural nuclear fission reactors operated in what is today known as Gabon in Western Africa. I'll post this for 'tina', I'm syre you won't read it.
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blo...
Silly. This is not a contest.

I've known about the natural fission [pay attention] reactors in Africa. Even read the DOE reports about them.

As to tina, she'll call them reactions. You're seriously misled about her... even if you are related to her.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33430 Jan 4, 2013
Teddy R wrote:
<quoted text>
"I'm rubber, you're glue?"
Seriously? This is the level you're reduced to?
<quoted text>
Chillax. Don't start crying. Somebody cares about you. Not me (ewwww ...) but somebody does.
<quoted text>
I'm crushed.
<quoted text>
Right.
I'm not the one having an emotional breakdown here.
...
Well! Good talk! Glad we could clear the air!
You are the best when you talk to yourself.

Ewww.
gcaveman1

Laurel, MS

#33431 Jan 4, 2013
litesong wrote:
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Jack Nickolas? There was Jack Nickolaus, the golfer? Was he in a Few Good Men?
There was this guy.......
http://www.google.com/imgres...
But he wasn't that good a golfer, was he?
LOL

No plaid knickers for him!
PHD

Overton, TX

#33432 Jan 5, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
<quoted text>Go find a hobby away from here.
So what happened to this is a FREE AMERICA? Oh I see when your back is against the wall and you really really don't know you pull that narcissistic card out. You should go to that thread that looks forward to the cut and paste thing you do so well it's not here. Try the weed pulling thread they enjoy thee cut and paste to see if it will grow thing.
gcaveman1

Laurel, MS

#33433 Jan 5, 2013
CHICAGO -- The U.S. Corn Belt - the world's top grain region - is seeing another dry winter after the worst summer drought in half a century, reducing prospects for a bumper summer harvest that would help ease global food prices, crop and climate experts said.

"We are still concerned about getting the leftovers out of the way from the drought of 2012. At this time we would not anticipate a national corn yield above the trend," said Iowa State University climatologist Elwynn Taylor, who has studied crop production for decades. "Rather, we would expect a fourth consecutive year of below-trend crop, not as far below as in 2012 but still not up to par."

The 2012 drought locked two-thirds of the U.S. continental land mass in severe drought last summer, cutting production of the biggest crop, corn, by 27 percent from early season estimates.

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Global warming is already taxing us.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33435 Jan 5, 2013
We should then stop making corn syrup and its products for food.

Why? Learn it yourself.

“fairtax.org”

Since: Dec 08

gauley bridge wv

#33436 Jan 5, 2013
'There's an airplane up in the sky'.
litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#33437 Jan 5, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
We should then stop making corn syrup and its products for food.
Why? Learn it yourself.
Saw a diet, where corn, sugar(inc. fructose), soy, peanuts(not nuts, seeds) & other common foods should be reduced in your diet.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33438 Jan 5, 2013
litesong wrote:
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Saw a diet, where corn, sugar(inc. fructose), soy, peanuts(not nuts, seeds) & other common foods should be reduced in your diet.
There's much to follow. Here's one
http://www.medilexicon.com/medicalnews.php...

but you can find metabolic studies that show why this is so about the corn syrup.

As to your comment "peanuts(not nuts, seeds)" I'm not sure what you're saying.

Another one:

http://www.medilexicon.com/medicalnews.php...
litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#33439 Jan 5, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
As to your comment "peanuts(not nuts, seeds)" I'm not sure what you're saying.
They stated that peanuts aren't nuts. Peanuts are a legume. As with soy, peanuts should be avoided because of its allergy-causing side effects & the incredible amount of genetic modification it is going through. I'm trying out almond butter instead of peanut butter. Gee, I just found a peanut butter brand that was really good, too. Maybe, I can make most of my sandwiches with almond butter & an occasional peanut butter sandwich.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33440 Jan 5, 2013
litesong wrote:
<quoted text>
They stated that peanuts aren't nuts. Peanuts are a legume. As with soy, peanuts should be avoided because of its allergy-causing side effects & the incredible amount of genetic modification[GM] it is going through. I'm trying out almond butter instead of peanut butter. Gee, I just found a peanut butter brand that was really good, too. Maybe, I can make most of my sandwiches with almond butter & an occasional peanut butter sandwich.
True but I don't like the almond butter, it's too toasty.

It's just about impossible to avoid the GM in USA. They say it applies to more then 80 percent of what we eat.

The corn syrup problem is a priority also because of GM.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33441 Jan 5, 2013
I think it's kal assigning passive aggressive judgments. bentover must be kal, too.
litesong

Lynnwood, WA

#33442 Jan 5, 2013
SpaceBlues wrote:
True but I don't like the almond butter, it's too toasty.
Yeah, its roasty toasty....nutty, too(surprise). Comes in various get-ups.... crunchy, w/honey, etc). Hey(not hay, as 'phud feces face' would say), 4 times the price of peanut butter! Costco has an OK price.
PHD

Overton, TX

#33443 Jan 6, 2013
WOW the two butt buddies spacedoutblues and "pinheadlitesout" going to town. They share that roasty toasty nuts (no surprise) as the pinheadlitesout mentioned above. No thats precious!!!!
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33444 Jan 6, 2013
litesong wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah, its roasty toasty....nutty, too(surprise). Comes in various get-ups.... crunchy, w/honey, etc). Hey(not hay, as 'phud feces face' would say), 4 times the price of peanut butter! Costco has an OK price.
I prefer unroasted, unsalted almonds as snack.

And walnuts. Pecans.:-)
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33445 Jan 6, 2013
bend over spaceblues wrote:
<quoted text>oh my 'space', it is you who are caught not knowing nuclear reactors have been found in nature and far rrom being a device. eons before humans developed the first commercial nuclear power plants in the 1950s seventeen natural nuclear fission reactors operated in what is today known as Gabon in Western Africa. I'll post this for 'tina', I'm syre you won't read it.
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blo...
Hay kalie, how is it in the reactor over there?

Still cleaning it? Just joking.
SpaceBlues

Houston, TX

#33446 Jan 6, 2013
flack wrote:
'There's an airplane up in the sky'.
It also pollutes our atmosphere.

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