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Really? Over 97% of climate scientists disagree with you. Considering how much effort they have put into learning their subject, and the fact you haven't put any ANY effort into learning their subject, guess who I am going with?  (1 hr ago | post #878721)

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There is no god but Murphy, and Finagle is his prophet. cf Murphy's Law BTW...the changes of the seasons have absolutely nothing to do with Allah. The seasons are caused by the Earth's axial tilt and its yearly orbit around the Sun. That Mohammed wrote the above is merely proof that Mohammed didn't know these facts.  (1 hr ago | post #878719)

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So much ignorance. So little mind. You will note (or not more likely) that I was quoting average rainfalls and the shortfall seen over the last few years. That has absolutely nothing to do with whether or not it is desert. Average rainfall in a desert is still average rainfall.  (1 hr ago | post #878717)

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Why don't you?  (1 hr ago | post #878715)

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The wobble, however, has absolutely nothing to do with global warming as we are experiencing it, nor does it have anything to do with the drought in CA. The cycle is over 20,000 years for **** sake. Please don't be one of those like Buck that will grasp onto anything Fox says on the subject. If you are really interested, try using Google and look at real science papers. Global temperatures and CO2 levels show a very strong correlation over the last 50 years. Also, CO2 levels and carbon emissions show a very strong correlation. Correlation may not mean causation (as the saying goes), but it almost always does mean that there IS a connection.  (1 hr ago | post #878714)

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Cause I get a belly laugh out of the stupid things so many theists say.  (4 hrs ago | post #878661)

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Buck is claiming that the drought is a hoax. Less rain last year. Even less rain this year. Glad you agree it is not a hoax.  (4 hrs ago | post #878659)

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Currently, there's an El Nino going on. It is causing disruption in normal weather patterns. Less rain in CA, more rain elsewhere.  (4 hrs ago | post #878658)

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I agree. I don't trust Jeb Bush at all.  (6 hrs ago | post #878621)

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I live in OK. I'll put our tornadoes up against yours any time.  (6 hrs ago | post #878620)

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On Rachel Maddow a few weeks back they showed a valley in the high mountains in CA. At that time of year there was usually 6 feet of snow. There wasn't a single flake on the ground. Apparently, the weather is complicit in Buck's hoax. "On average, California will accumulate more than 53 inches of precipitation statewide over a typical 30-month span stretching from July to December, based on NOAA Climate Division Data. (Of course, there are huge differences from place to place based on elevation.) In the 30 months preceding December 2013, the state has received closer to 33 inches, just a bit less than the previous record low for a similar period, from July 1975-December 1977." --Climate.gov 20" short (38%) over 2.5 years leading up to 2014. Apparently the Weather Service and statistics are part of the hoax as well. Here are some figures from the 1st half of 2014... " Here are some of the precipitation totals, as of June 29, from the National Weather Service. Los Angeles: 6.08 inches (15.44 cm); 41 percent of average Sacramento: 10.35 in (26.29 cm); 51 percent of average San Francisco: 12.54 in (31.85 cm); 53 percent of average San Diego: 5.06 in (12.85 cm); 49 percent of average Fresno: 4.81 in (12.22 cm); 42 percent of average" --Livescience.com Damn, those statistics are definitely in on the hoax. (Pinto, you are SO cute.)  (6 hrs ago | post #878619)

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It was one of the few examples of Europeans not overwhelming the indigenous population. Though, in truth the Kalaallit weren't exactly indigenous to Greenland at that time. Both they and the Norse were expanding into that territory.  (6 hrs ago | post #878611)

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Ah...Kalaallit. Thank you. I couldn't remember that name.  (6 hrs ago | post #878606)

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Oh, and I find it hilarious how you laugh at your own ignorance. At least you don't take yourself seriously. Have a good day, Pinto.  (6 hrs ago | post #878603)

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Yes, Pinto, you have demonstrated time and again that you haven't a clue about topology and homology theory. Even after I posted links. You are such a funny guy, Pinto.  (6 hrs ago | post #878601)

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Turning coffee into theorems

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Trapped inside a Klein Bottle

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An Open Set

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The Human Race

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Usually...Rock & Roll

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"The Demon-Haunted World"

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My dog Missy

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What did happen in the first microsecond of the universe?

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