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originally posted by: Cygnis
Government funded research.. A.K.A "Here's some money to make a report with "data" that supports the demanded narrative".
Oh. I was wrong.
Funding for this research was provided by the U.S. National Science Foundation and the European Union.
originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: queenofswords
Oh please, I understood it fine. You are making your usual church of climate 'point' and trying to equate the science to religious scripture. I don't think you understand how off base that is and how different those two things are.
I also didn't say that you don't care, just said this "since this can happen we shouldn't worry about anything" is stupid. Yes a super volcano can go off, but that doesn't change anything about the changing of the climate. So save the ad homs and let's talk about that.
There is a Church of Climatology and it is becoming more and more radicalized.
Climate changes. Sea levels rise (although now they are showing they are actually going down in some areas where they were predicted to go up....go figure...."new light"....different model?...who knows.)
originally posted by: neo96
originally posted by: Alien Abduct
a reply to: neo96
I particularly liked the part in the OP where it said HUMANS are releasing carbon 10 times faster than anything in the past 60million years.
I didnt even bother reading the rest.
That is a flat out lie.
Because Yellowstone erupted 3 times within that time frame.
Well within 60 million, and it changed the WORLD.
As for the rest of the world, it would face a few years of mild climate change caused by the supereruption's ash cloud, which would wrap around the globe, casting Earth in shadow for several days and altering the chemical composition of the atmosphere for a decade or so. However, recent research shows the global impacts of supervolcanoes are less severe than scientists once thought, and a Yellowstone supereruption might be especially unimposing because its magma contains minimal sulfur. Sulfur gas produces particles called aerosols, which can cool the climate by blocking sunlight.
originally posted by: DutchMasterChief
a reply to: StoutBroux
I am not taking a stand on either side of the discussion, but it seems that you are not getting the concept.
And just how do they measure HUMAN carbon released vs NON-HUMAN carbon released? Please, do tell.
originally posted by: jrod
a reply to: Alien Abduct
Good luck with that. Some wish to drown out meaningful discussions with unintelligent dribble.
The science is clear, humans are responsible for an enormous source of CO2.
originally posted by: xuenchen
originally posted by: queenofswords
a reply to: DutchMasterChief
.....stop it! You're making my sides hurt.
by taking samples of deepsea sediments of specific eras and by calculating the amount of fossil fuels we have burned sofar.
well that convinces me 100%.