Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Kikicaca, Jan 25, 2017.
Very workman like
Thanks for the kudos Tirk. If you step in caca it gets messy
Former EPA Chief denies there was a war on coal, check out the poster in the background that says "coal sucks". These people, democrats, are freaking stupid, phony and vile.
It’s about 50 degrees warmer than normal near the North Pole, yet again!
No "sweat", right?
Extreme temperature spikes such as this one have occurred multiple times in the past two winters, whereas they only previously occurred once or twice per decade in historical records according to research published in the journal Nature.
ignorance abounds it gets boring.
See page 2 response to Winston, however I know you saw it but as a typical libtard you dismiss it or cant comprehend it. Go ahead and live in fear and blissful ignorance thinking man can change the temp on earth and vote for a guy who has convinced you he can do just that. All he wants is your vote and your money, you are hopeless.
Normal over what period.
Probably the last two weeks.
Great comeback tirk. Earths time and humans conception of time are light years apart. For instance the largest North American dinosaur finds have been in the badlands of northern Alberta, Canada. For repitles to flourish like they did the temp had to be quite a bit warmer then than it is now and it lasted a very long time. Wonder what Antarctica looked like then Halloween?
Of course things change and historically natural variability in a broad range of things caused the change in earth's weather. Hell 3-4 billion years ago there was little free oxygen until plants photosynthesis changed the climate. Caca the dinosaurs were around until the meteor hit the Yucatán 60+ million years ago the a nuclear winter changed everything. Indian lava flows had similar effect. The time you mentioned the dinosaurs were in Alberta the continents were completely different. The sun has changes in output that change weather. No one denies the great effect of such massive events. None of the climate scientists who discuss what's happening now compare those events to today.
Tambora http://www.branchcollective.org/?ps_articles=gillen-darcy-wood-1816-the-year-without-a-summer and Mt Pinatobo are better analogies to today. Both were short term one time events that profoundly changed the earths weather. When Tambora blew it created a several year drop in temperatures across the world. 1816 was called the year without summer. There are numerous other similar events scattered across history to demonstrate a relatively small change can have great effect.
What you've been spouting is meaningless because you don't correlate effect with causation. What is happening now is much more closely related to Tambora etc than the vast geologic changes you try to use as evidence. What you haven't refuted other than to blow hard is the mechanism we are seeing in today's events. Physical and chemical data show the as we approach 400ppm CO2 there is a heating effect. The greenhouse effect is well demonstrated both by model and historical data. The measurements of CO2 and other heat trapping gases in our atmosphere and the correlation with the increased input from manmade sources is well documented.
You can be the blowhard you've been but all your blather doesn't change the facts.