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Sep 29, 2022 17:12:10   #
proud republican Loc: RED CALIFORNIA
 
http://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate

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Sep 29, 2022 17:20:31   #
Smedley_buzkill
 
proud republican wrote:
http://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate


You should have posted something along the lines of "See Spot Run."

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Sep 29, 2022 17:29:45   #
LogicallyRight Loc: Chicago
 
proud republican wrote:
http://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate


Nice explanation. But they forget to get into the cyclical changes over centuries. Man cannot affect that. Period.

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Sep 29, 2022 17:40:46   #
keepuphope Loc: Idaho
 
proud republican wrote:
http://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate


I don't know if you've read the book of Enoch but he wrote that there's an angel in charge of the weather to do God's will with it. I found that most interesting. Could this " global warming" debacle be judgement to an evil world? Man can't control weather against what God allows period. Even if they are manipulating it( which I think maybe they are with cloud seeding ect) they can't control the weather beyond what God permits to their own detriment. The fools.

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Sep 29, 2022 17:41:31   #
PeterS
 
proud republican wrote:
http://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate

So if Earths ambient temperature increases over a 10-year period is that climate or weather change?

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Sep 29, 2022 17:54:52   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
PeterS wrote:
So if Earths ambient temperature increases over a 10-year period is that climate or weather change?


George Carlin on The Environment
https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=George+Carlin+on+Climate%2c+environment%2c+and+extinction&cvid=9f26c87ca495409f8900e6cc5b215a8b&aqs=edge..69i57.48707j0j1&pglt=41&PC=EDGEDSE&ru=%2fsearch%3fq%3dGeorge%2bCarlin%2bon%2bClimate%252C%2benvironment%252C%2band%2bextinction%26cvid%3d9f26c87ca495409f8900e6cc5b215a8b%26aqs%3dedge..69i57.48707j0j1%26pglt%3d41%26FORM%3dANNTA1%26PC%3dEDGEDSE&view=detail&mmscn=vwrc&mid=470D0DC2852C556DB395470D0DC2852C556DB395&FORM=WRVORC

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Sep 29, 2022 17:57:30   #
Oscar louks
 
proud republican wrote:
http://www.ncei.noaa.gov/news/weather-vs-climate


Tell branden to start using a horse and buggy. Or is saying that horses fart to much

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Sep 29, 2022 18:44:40   #
PeterS
 
LogicallyRight wrote:
Nice explanation. But they forget to get into the cyclical changes over centuries. Man cannot affect that. Period.

So you don't think that if Man pumps pollutants into the atmosphere at a progressive rate over a period of centuries that there would be no change, other than natural, in the climate and weather patterns for the same period if Man was totally absent? Your "logical" stance is that man lacks the ability to affect climate and weather with his activities, be it short term or long term? Explain!

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Sep 29, 2022 18:57:01   #
keepuphope Loc: Idaho
 
PeterS wrote:
So you don't think that if Man pumps pollutants into the atmosphere at a progressive rate over a period of centuries that there would be no change, other than natural, in the climate and weather patterns for the same period if Man was totally absent? Your "logical" stance is that man lacks the ability to affect climate and weather with his activities, be it short term or long term? Explain!


What do you think pollutes the worst...burning wood and coal or fossil fuels with regulations to clean it up a bit? Because before the 20th century that's what every home,bisness ect used.

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Sep 29, 2022 18:59:27   #
PeterS
 

And how does that address my question? And BTW, Carlin is wrong, it's mans destruction of nature that is responsible for the dissipearence of the majority of species on earth. You don't think that by polluting the air and water; that destroying habitate that is responsible for the dissipearence of the majority of species on earth? You don't think that by physically killing species that's not the reason they dissappeared? Our killing of every single carrier pigeon is the reason they are gone? What kind of moronic logic is that?

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Sep 29, 2022 19:18:44   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
PeterS wrote:
And how does that address my question? And BTW, Carlin is wrong, it's mans destruction of nature that is responsible for the dissipearence of the majority of species on earth. You don't think that by polluting the air and water; that destroying habitate that is responsible for the dissipearence of the majority of species on earth? You don't think that by physically killing species that's not the reason they dissappeared? Our killing of every single carrier pigeon is the reason they are gone? What kind of moronic logic is that?
And how does that address my question? And BTW, Ca... (show quote)


Your kind of moronic logic. Carrier Pigeon? One out of millions and millions of species. You can think of better examples, can't you? https://www.worldatlas.com/articles/animals-that-went-extinct-in-the-20th-century.html

Carlin is correct: millions and millions of species have come and gone long before man appeared on earth, and the same will be true long after man disappears. Man has also done a lot to improve some habitats and has also saved many species from the brink of extinction through breeding programs in zoos; the CA condor is one good example.

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Sep 29, 2022 19:23:58   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
keepuphope wrote:
What do you think pollutes the worst...burning wood and coal or fossil fuels with regulations to clean it up a bit? Because before the 20th century that's what every home,bisness ect used.




What's worse; horse manure or CO2 from internal combustion engines? Thank God we are not all riding horses up we would be up to our ankles in crap, and the cities would stink something awful.

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Sep 29, 2022 20:13:09   #
archie bunker Loc: Texas
 
PeterS wrote:
And how does that address my question? And BTW, Carlin is wrong, it's mans destruction of nature that is responsible for the dissipearence of the majority of species on earth. You don't think that by polluting the air and water; that destroying habitate that is responsible for the dissipearence of the majority of species on earth? You don't think that by physically killing species that's not the reason they dissappeared? Our killing of every single carrier pigeon is the reason they are gone? What kind of moronic logic is that?
And how does that address my question? And BTW, Ca... (show quote)


Dang Pete. Now I feel guilty. If I hadn't been so self indulging, riding 2 stroke dirt bikes, and driving vehicles with big engines, maybe the T-Rex, Velociraptor, Sabre Toothed Tiger, and a gazillion other species would still be around.
Here's a question I bet you can't answer.
If man is so great at making species extinct, why do we still have flies, mosquitos, and other disease spreading species?
Another question to question your previous question.
What caused the end to the last ice age?
Was it humans?

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Sep 29, 2022 20:38:34   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
PeterS wrote:
So you don't think that if Man pumps pollutants into the atmosphere at a progressive rate over a period of centuries that there would be no change, other than natural, in the climate and weather patterns for the same period if Man was totally absent? Your "logical" stance is that man lacks the ability to affect climate and weather with his activities, be it short term or long term? Explain!


So what do you think of this?

How many coal-fired power plants are there in the world today?

The EU has 468 - & building 27 more... Total 495,
Turkey has 56 - & building 93 more... Total 149
South Africa has 79 - & building 24 more... Total 103,
India has 589 - & building 446 more... Total 1035,
The Philippines has 19 - & building 60 more... Total 79,
South Korea has 58 - & building 26 more... Total 84,
Japan has 90 - & building 45 more... Total 135,
China has 2,363 - & building 1,171 more... Total = 3,534.

That's 5,615 projected coal-powered plants in JUST 8 COUNTRIES!


USA has 15 - & building 0 more... Total = 15.


And Democrat politicians with their "Green New Deal" want to brainwash us and shut down those 15 plants in order to "Save" the planet.

This makes the point. Whatever the USA does or doesn't do won't make a Tinker's Damn regarding CO2 unless the rest of the world, especially China and India reduce their coal-fired power plants as well.

The whole "Global Warming" and "Climate Change" gambits by Democrats are to create a *supposedly* sound, scientific basis to justify a federal government power grab and the passage of MORE laws to increase taxes and increased control of the privately owned power industry and its distribution. Never forget the *main* motivation they have!

"Oh, we will SAVE the planet!!"


WAKE UP AMERICA!!!! WE ARE BEING PLAYED ... AGAIN!!!


Please pass this on...as it is NOT too late!!

REMEMBER THIS, THIS COMING NOVEMBER WHEN WE GO TO VOTE!!!

The entire climate change hoax is merely a Regressive wealth- transfer scheme. Period. Wake Up Americans.

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Sep 29, 2022 20:40:17   #
dtucker300 Loc: Vista, CA
 
archie bunker wrote:
Dang Pete. Now I feel guilty. If I hadn't been so self indulging, riding 2 stroke dirt bikes, and driving vehicles with big engines, maybe the T-Rex, Velociraptor, Sabre Toothed Tiger, and a gazillion other species would still be around.
Here's a question I bet you can't answer.
If man is so great at making species extinct, why do we still have flies, mosquitos, and other disease spreading species?
Another question to question your previous question.
What caused the end to the last ice age?
Was it humans?
Dang Pete. Now I feel guilty. If I hadn't been so ... (show quote)


An indictment of our education system and lying leftist media.

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