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[*] posted on 6-21-2018 at 09:11 AM

From 10,000 ft
Seriously, there are only a few decades of scientific data with the degree of quality, sample size and all the other attributes needed to make a truly quantitative and not qualitative assessment.
Anything scientific is only an extrapolation.
There just isn't enough good data YET to be able to apply proven scientific methodologies to analyze a complex problem.

BTW, Joe's chart needs a branch for life on Mars to be a valid conspiracy:bounce:

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[*] posted on 6-21-2018 at 09:12 AM

Quote: Originally posted by wilderone  
So after 8 pages I opened the thread to see what it was about. 8 pages of nonsensical drivel. No, "fossil fuels ... are the sole culprit in any rising sea levels." No, the photos do not depict any mid-February beach in San Diego. No, CNN and MSNBC are not those who actually measure and analyze. Yes, the north pole is melting - undisputable. Yes, some places on earth are actually being covered in ocean water, and not in a seasonal, high tide kinda way. And for all you who think that a beach in Baja California is the Supreme Measuring Stick of global weather phenomenon and effects thereof, you're truly looking at the world in rose colored glasses, with a myopic view. How can any of you deny that PEOPLE on EARTH are responsible for certain effects of their existence. You truly think that cutting down a forest will have no effect? That spewing stuff in the atmosphere - similar to a volcano - will have no effect? Etcetera, etcetera. So many effects, no many mistakes, so much denial, so much selfishness, so much ignorance. I regret opening the thread - only underscores the ignorance of mankind, which is what I worry about.

Yes it's so sad so many "deniers" here are basing global warming, on their own personal anecdotal evidence that there is no such thing as global warming because the ocean level has not risen in their own backyard since they could remember, or they claim, global warming is not real, because some right-wing tabloid known for it's BS articles, said it's not real, and the deniers something search the internet to find some hired gun loon who is on Exxon or the Koch brothers payroll, who also claim global warming is not real, but provide no real evidence or their own studies to back up their retarded theories that global warming is not caused by mankind.

And then there is DaliDali, and sad.

The evidence of damaging global warming is "incontrovertible," and it's mostly man made the last 200 years or so.

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[*] posted on 6-21-2018 at 09:25 AM

SAD is Jay ezogiel Saliman...who keeps changing names...That's sad....

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[*] posted on 6-21-2018 at 11:37 AM

The sky is falling, the sky is falling

Follow the money, I think I heard that somewhere before?

You chose your position in life today by what YOU did yesterday
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