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The data is simply wrong, appropriate corrections to render it pristine by the factors creating distortion will prove the validity of his theory
originally posted by: NoCorruptionAllowed
originally posted by: namelesss
originally posted by: TrueAmerican
Experts said Arctic sea ice would melt entirely by September 2016 - they were wrong.
How pathetic to attack the prediction of the date, while the event is happening all around us.
Climate change deniers are those with, for whatever emotional and/or mental 'reason', have their butts in the air and their heads in the sand!
Read the reports from the folks at the space stations on how blue the pole has become, almost "unrecognizable" from the extant maps! It was just in the headlines!
More 'conspiracy', I guess, to steal your grandma's cookie recipe...
Enjoy your 'sand'wich...
(Bye the by, it has been my experience that anyone calling themselves a "True American", has been insane, and most often violently so. Just sayin'... *__- )
So even when you are proven wrong, you are still right? That is usually referred to as a delusion.
originally posted by: BuzzyWigs
a reply to: TheRedneck
We've reduced our carbon footprint. We're moving away from dirty fossil fuels. People are recycling more, reusing, repurposing more. There is an outcry when major oil-spills occur, and armies of people come out to help clean it up.
C'mon, man - you are aware of the domestic programs that have improved things! "Energy Star", LED vs incandescent, hybrid vehicles, mass transit, cleaner coal, REGULATION.
That's what we've done - regulation. And for my part, I'm all for the EPA. I'm a tree-hugger. I worked as a volunteer for the National Park Service doing trail maintenance in the mountains. I care about the polar bears, the monarchs, the bees. I'm actually very saddened by what chemical agriculture has wrought on our ecosystem.
REGULATION that benefits everyone (including bees) is necessary, because there are too many industrial giants who couldn't care less about how many trees, or how many fishes, or how much clean air or water we have. They don't care.
What field is he in? Because that seems highly simplistic.
I worked with a guy that multiplied all his temperature measurements by .099685 or something like that as a correction factor.
originally posted by: TheRedneck
a reply to: Greven
Two reasons: the predicted rise did not fully occur in the stated time period, and the predicted repercussions did not occur even after the predicted increase came to pass later on.