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They all cry about it..yet offer nothing to solve it. What has the Obama administration done if five years?

 

Yet more embarrassing emails have been released by an unknown hacker or hackers that show the top climate scientists engaging more in political activism than in science. In many of the emails they seem to out right admit that they have a weak argument, but that didn't stop them or the propaganda.

Here are some quotes from one of the scientists to another.

•Observations do not show rising temperatures throughout the tropical troposphere unless you accept one single study and approach and discount a wealth of others.
•I also think the science is being manipulated to put a political spin on it which for all our sakes might not be too clever in the long run.
•Mike, The Figure you sent is very deceptive [...] there have been a number of dishonest presentations of model results by individual authors and by IPCC

 

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This thread should be lit up with soluntions from the liber's.... You love to start threads about your religion, but you can't back anything up beside your rhetoric. Come on cowards.

It's more fun to watch you non-science types come up with more and more silly stuff.

 

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They all cry about it..yet offer nothing to solve it. What has the Obama administration done if five years? http://www.whitehouse.gov/energy/climate-change

 

Yet more embarrassing emails have been released by an unknown hacker or hackers that show the top climate scientists engaging more in political activism than in science. In many of the emails they seem to out right admit that they have a weak argument, but that didn't stop them or the propaganda.

Here are some quotes from one of the scientists to another.

•Observations do not show rising temperatures throughout the tropical troposphere unless you accept one single study and approach and discount a wealth of others.

•I also think the science is being manipulated to put a political spin on it which for all our sakes might not be too clever in the long run.

•Mike, The Figure you sent is very deceptive [...] there have been a number of dishonest presentations of model results by individual authors and by IPCC

 

I have some great ideas to solve it.

 

And yet you respond twice, with a total input of nuttin'.

Everybody a grow a tree.

 

 

 

I have a science degree dumbass...

Well why haven't you solved it dumbass........

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Yea, like that jackazz "doctor" congressman who calls embryonics, evolution, and big bang "lies from the pit of hell" is on the science committee. Typical.

 

 

Come on libby's you been writing in the GW threads all day and you religion lovers don't have one viable solutions after crying all day about it?

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For your education level..actually not too bad.

We move all the smoky factories to the 45 parallel in Montana. This gets the smoke in the jet stream.

 

We build 300 nuclear reactors on the coast, near the coast, and couple them to the grid and to desalination units. We pump water inland to dry states and dry areas to start growing crops & vegetation, turning most of America into a forest/jungle.

 

We build electric highways, I call the glass highway, computerized system for individual cars, no battery's needed. 200-400 mph to work. No more accidents, no more pollutants.

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Iron fertilization of the oceans, large scale reforestation on land, renewable energy, and cleaner emission standards wherever fossil fuels are used.

 

 

Whose land are you going to take to reforest? What renewable energy? favorite liber word but nothing that is global sustainable. What are you going to do with all those other countries driving all our left overs around the world. What if some countries just say fuk it we're not following your BS.

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Can One Liber come up With A Feasible/Viable Solution to GW

 

So you don't think covering the polar ice caps with soot is feasible? Oh wait a minute.. that was the solution the "scientists" were suggesting to ward off the coming ice age in the 70's wasn't it? Nevermind :lol:

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We move all the smoky factories to the 45 parallel in Montana. This gets the smoke in the jet stream.

 

We build 300 nuclear reactors on the coast, near the coast, and couple them to the grid and to desalination units. We pump water inland to dry states and dry areas to start growing crops & vegetation, turning most of America into a forest/jungle.

 

We build electric highways, I call the glass highway, computerized system for individual cars, no battery's needed. 200-400 mph to work. No more accidents, no more pollutants.

 

Hookers like a slow car.

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Whose land are you going to take to reforest? What renewable energy? favorite liber word but nothing that is global sustainable. What are you going to do with all those other countries driving all our left overs around the world. What if some countries just say fuk it we're not following your BS.

 

You don't think that private individuals would accept Federal grants to plants trees on their property, which will ultimately grow into a healthy, inflation protected revenue stream for them and their families?

 

If every American was able to source their entire grocery bill to within 100 miles of their home, with the majority coming from their own home, we'd be able to eliminate between 10-20% of our total fossil fuel consumption. If everything we "consumed", from home furnishings to food, was produced in our immediate area we'd knock out at least 40% of our total fossil fuel consumption, and government could make that happen for FREE.

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Iron fertilization of the oceans...

And how are you going to deal with the side-effects of this idea, like the increased levels of nitrous oxide and methane? And what about the blooms of phytoplakton that would release gases that erode the ozone layer?

 

And where does the carbon go when you "carbon sink" the oceans? Do you think it just disappears? It doesn't just go away, does it?

What is likely to happen, is the CO2 will go right back to the surface of the ocean and be released back into the atmosphere.

 

Bad idea when you don't know what's going to happen.

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