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"Global Warming", Ha Ha, tell me another good joke!

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posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 04:07 PM
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a reply to: [post=21742600]arcnaver[/pos


So, if green things use Carbon Dioxide as a main source of energy, which allows them to thrive, which would in turn consume carbon dioxide and release oxygen, wouldn't this be good for the entire planet?

I understand what you are saying. There is evidence to suggest the C02 fertilization is already benefitting our planet This era could turn out to be called 'The Global Greening Era'. Fear Uncertainty and Doubt could be replaced by Optimism.

Global Greening




posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 06:42 PM
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It seems I may be on to something, at least there is someone besides me that has this opinion and when I tell you that I concluded this on my own without anything other than my common sense to guide me, maybe I should be a scientist.

www.coasttocoastam.com...


Climate and earth changes expert Mitch Battros joined Richard Syrett to discuss scientific evidence for cyclical climate changes, and the periodic weakening of Earth's magnetic field. The melting of the Greenland ice shelf, for instance, has happened many times before, and the Earth goes through endless warming and cooling cycles. The driving force behind all these cyclical events, he suggested, is charged particles which come from various sources such as solar flares, and galactic cosmic rays created in interstellar events like supernovas. The particles contribute to the warming and cooling trends on all the planets, he added. During the time of solar minimum (what we're going through now), we have more cosmic rays entering our atmosphere, and this is associated with the lessening of the magnetic field, which serves to deflect the rays. Because of this, "we can expect an increase in extreme weather and volcanic events," he cautioned. Further, we're seeing signs leading to a magnetic pole shift. Animals and birds that are more reliant on a magnetic grid are probably going to be the most vulnerable, and some of these species in past cycles went extinct, he detailed. The cycle of precession, in which Earth's axis changes over 26,000 years, is associated with ice ages, he continued. And rather than strictly citing man-made causes, the IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) is now including such things as volcanoes and solar events as having an effect on climate, and offering preparation information, he reported.



posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 06:47 PM
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It was 80 degrees here in San Antonio today- hot for this time of year even in Texas.



posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 10:09 PM
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originally posted by: ManFromEurope
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How about taking the chance? What would we lose?
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We would lose millions, if not billions of lives...That's what we lose by the EPA and the globalists labeling CO2 a pollutant when CO2 is a basic building block for most life on the planet... We are living in a world where life as we know it is "carbon based". But hey, the globalists claim "depopulation would be good for us all and for Earth" so I guess it's okay...



posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 10:45 PM
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Agree 100% had an argument that volcanoes of the distant past would have caused more global warming than our short existence... people think because they exist the rest of the universe revolves around them.



posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 10:48 PM
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a reply to: searcherfortruth

Of course... 200 or so years of study and we think we've seen it all... the last 4 billion years must have been so boring...



posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 11:16 PM
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originally posted by: CB328
It was 80 degrees here in San Antonio today- hot for this time of year even in Texas.


But I thought localized weather is not indicative of global climate change? At least that's the argument that the alarmists always use when somebody mentions how cold it is in their neck of the woods on that particular day. Or is it only when it's hotter than normal that it matters?

BTW, it was -35 here today. WAY colder than normal for this time of year where I'm at. I wonder what that means?



posted on Jan, 11 2017 @ 11:24 PM
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While I agree, man-made global warming is a scam, it certainly is no joke. This is one of the most dangerous topics that humans have ever faced, outside of nuclear weapons. If we allow the government, especially the global government, to determine how much, and who can use energy, it will literally be he end of freedom as we know it. Us peasants will be regulated into non-energy poverty, while the elites like Al Gore will fly around the world in their private jets.



posted on Jan, 12 2017 @ 01:07 AM
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The rest of the world is onboard with the 99% of climate scientists in agreeing it's a real problem.

Wrong! Not even close! Fake News!!
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posted on Jan, 12 2017 @ 01:09 AM
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originally posted by: IkNOwSTuff
Im inclined to believe man has alot to do with it.
The amount of carbon dioxide we pump into the atmosphere is huge and this is the main contributor to global warming throughout the ages. Yes the earth does go through cycles that we dont understand completely but we do know that the CD concentration levels are ridiculously high and its due to us

I cant understand why people have such an issue with this, to me it just reeks of being in denial
First, I am in favor of being good stewards of our planet. Developing cleaner and more efficient sources of energy is progress we should always strive for. That being said, Many scientists are not in agreement with the mainstream view on climate change. These people are also knowledgeable on the subject, and they have earned the rights to their professional opinions.

Sure they are small numbered next to the mainstream, but at the very least it warrants scrutiny of the mainstream. What if the mainstream opinion turns out to be some kind of groupthink?

It seems to be in the best interest of the scientific community to give it some genuine thought.



posted on Jan, 12 2017 @ 02:42 AM
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BTW, it was -35 here today. WAY colder than normal for this time of year where I'm at. I wonder what that means?

There must be some bias in your data, you need a magical thermometer to change that to -25.01232. I hear you can get one from the IPCC.



posted on Jan, 12 2017 @ 05:01 AM
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Same old set of lies and tired old plan from the left. Yes...there is climate change but it is a natural cycle of nature.

Al Gore championed "Global Warming" while flying around in jets, etc. and while using the "create a problem...tax the people and business" model, failed to get everyone on board. So here comes the rest of the left crying..."no one is listening to Al, lets push this so he has some legacy".

Fast forward to 2016 and Obama drummed out of office. And here is the left again about the failed, liberal-only, Obamacare experiment..."on one wants Obamacare, lets push this so he has some legacy".

Hey Democrats! I don't give a crap about your honored leader's legacy. I'm sick and tired of your lies and telling people that only you know what is right. I'm sick of the "everyone is equal" when you don't even believe it. I am so glad your entire philosophy failed and that you were exposed for the trash and corruption you own.

2017...a New Beginning for America!



posted on Jan, 12 2017 @ 06:19 PM
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originally posted by: WeAreAWAKE
Same old set of lies and tired old plan from the left. Yes...there is climate change but it is a natural cycle of nature.


What is the physics of that current natural cycle, and what is the experimental evidence demonstrating it?

And what is the experimental evidence demonstrating the greenhouse gas increases by humans is not having the predicted effect?



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 12:33 AM
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What is the physics of that current natural cycle

What goes up must come down?



posted on Jan, 16 2017 @ 04:29 AM
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originally posted by: mbkennel

originally posted by: WeAreAWAKE
Same old set of lies and tired old plan from the left. Yes...there is climate change but it is a natural cycle of nature.


What is the physics of that current natural cycle, and what is the experimental evidence demonstrating it?

And what is the experimental evidence demonstrating the greenhouse gas increases by humans is not having the predicted effect?

Don't even start...it isn't worth your time nor mine. You know the facts and you know the theory. The facts are that (if you believe the reports) we are experiencing a change of climate...the same type of change the Earth has experienced before. It is a FACT that man-made climate change is a THEORY. I have theories also about aliens, Kennedy and the left's plan to destroy America...but that doesn't make them facts.

When you have facts...scientific proof that man-made climate change of any significance is the cause of the problem and not a 1% affect...feel free to provide that globally accepted proof and I'll consider it. Until then...the left has lied to the world, they have shown their corruption and willingness to lie to get what they want...control. That is a FACT. I'm not listening to "the boy who cried wolf" any longer and the world is wise to the scheme.

So...100% verified proof that man has significantly affected the climate, or I stand on my original position. We need to do more to protect and clean up our world...but we don't need to suffer or pay the left taxes and fees to do so.



posted on May, 11 2017 @ 08:03 AM
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CO2 is said to correlate with temperature changes, the arguments against this have been argued against. Of course you can say that it is still debatable. But word is over 60% of the CO2 was released in the last few decades, and it takes 2-3 decades for the full effect to be felt from CO2. Humans have also been producing aerosols that reduce sun reaching surface by between 10% to 30%... The sun has been reducing activity and rumors of an ice age are on the horizon... oh but we haven't experienced significant cooling, despite increased 2-3% per decade of global dimming, on the contrary we've been breaking temperature records.



'They died of thirst': Extreme conditions wipe out forest over 1000 kilometres
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Study finds Amazon River carbon dioxide emissions nearly balance terrestrial uptake
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The oceans are acidifying rapidly and dropping in oxygen content. Once the phytoplankton can no longer bare the circumstances, it will stop assimilating co2 and producing oxygen.

Rumor is the so called chem trails are geoengineering to keep climate within reasonable temperatures. But that along with the rest of global dimming will be hit hard by the next economic hardship on a global level expected in less than a decade.

Global dimming just from planes after 9 11 being removed resulted in a 1 degree increase across the USA. Rumor is if something significantly affects global dimming on a global scale we could see 1-3 degrees increase in temperature short after.

Right now nothing can be done. In any case, arctic will soon be ice free, and will warm the north unleashing the permafrost methane which has been downplayed.



posted on May, 11 2017 @ 08:46 PM
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Humans have also been producing aerosols that reduce sun reaching surface by between 10% to 30%
There has ben no 10 - 30 percent reduction in sunlight reaching the surface of the earth.



Rumor is the so called chem trails are geoengineering to keep climate within reasonable temperatures.
Just that, rumor. Chemtrails are not real.



Global dimming just from planes after 9 11 being removed resulted in a 1 degree increase across the USA.
Three days is far to short to start proving anything.



posted on May, 11 2017 @ 09:25 PM
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originally posted by: D8Tee
a reply to: Xenogears


Humans have also been producing aerosols that reduce sun reaching surface by between 10% to 30%
There has ben no 10 - 30 percent reduction in sunlight reaching the surface of the earth.

That's what was found out by the researchers and documented on bbc's global dimming documentary.



Dimming Recognized Worldwide Mid-1980s to present In the mid-1980s, when meteorologist Gerry Stanhill reported that a dramatic 22 percent reduction of sunlight had occurred in Israel between the 1950s and the 1980s, the news hardly made a splash in the scientific community or popular press. But Stanhill was not alone in measuring such a drop. When he combed the scientific literature, he found that other scientists had measured declines of 9 percent in Antarctica, 10 percent in areas of the U.S., 16 percent in parts of Great Britain, and almost 30 percent in one region of Russia. Alarmed by the trend, Stanhill coined the term "global dimming." By the turn of the 21st century, with mounting evidence of just how human pollution had caused it, global dimming finally gained the attention it warranted.-link







Rumor is the so called chem trails are geoengineering to keep climate within reasonable temperatures.
Just that, rumor. Chemtrails are not real.

There are videos of two planes side by side one leaving trail the other not, and of a plane stopping suddenly producing them and suddenly restarting shortly after to produce the trail, suggesting the usual explanations for these are not adequate.





Global dimming just from planes after 9 11 being removed resulted in a 1 degree increase across the USA.
Three days is far to short to start proving anything.







Temperature range between max and min, something that is said to take long timescales to change, drastically changed across multiple areas of the united states, increasing by 1 degree.
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posted on May, 11 2017 @ 09:50 PM
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BBC link

But now a US study by Dr Gang Hong of Texas A&M University has found that DTR variations of 1°C during September aren't all that unusual and that the change in 2001 was probably attributable to low cloud cover. Elsewhere, a team at Leeds University, working with the Met Office Hadley Centre, ran contrails through its climate models and found that you'd need about 200 times the quantity of flights over America to produce a significant effect on DTR.

So while climate warming contrails join endangered polar bears on the list of flawed factoids, it begs the question of why the idea gained so much traction. The three-day grounding was an unprecedented scientific opportunity, yes, but the sample size was arguably far too tiny to have ever produced anything but indicative findings and certainly nothing approaching definitive proof.



posted on May, 11 2017 @ 09:58 PM
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There is more recent research showing similar 1~ degree celsius change due to contrails



Bernhardt and Carleton looked at temperature observations made at weather station sites in two areas of the U.S., one in the South in January and the other in the Midwest in April. They paired daily temperature data at each contrail site with a non-contrail site that broadly matched in land use-land cover, soil moisture and air mass conditions. The contrail data, derived from satellite imagery, were of persisting contrail outbreaks. The researchers reported their results in a recent issue of the International Journal of Climatology.

They found that contrails depress the difference between daytime and nighttime temperatures, typically decreasing the maximum temperature and raising the minimum temperature. In this respect, the contrail clouds mimic the effect of ordinary clouds.

The researchers report that the "diurnal temperature range was statistically significantly reduced at outbreak stations versus non-outbreak stations." In the South, this amounted to about a 6 degree Fahrenheit reduction in daily temperature range, while in the Midwest, there was about a 5 degree Fahrenheit reduction. Temperatures the days before and after the outbreaks did not show this effect, indicating that the lower temperatures were due to the contrail outbreaks.-link



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