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We could go ahead and scientifically shut down the global warming question right now

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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 09:53 PM
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If you want to do it that is.....It's on, then..ok

I'll fill in details later but right now we're in the swing this is the 5th swing to the warm side in the last 2.6 million years, going from memory this is the quaternary.

So in the big overview of the kleist glacial ice sheets that covered this place the last time was probably 17000 years ago was the last Max and right now we see the minimum of the ice sheet it's the one in Greenland that's the minimum.

I think the Vikings talked about Greenland being a little warmer than it is now I'm not sure about that doesn't matter but.

We're in our fifth swing towards that alarm and we've got four thousand more years to go there I said it.

They can tell by the oxygen isotopes isotope 16 and 18 called light and heavy oxygen where the last advances and Retreats were.

We see it in the little tiny shells of the sea animals that were microscopic almost living in the Seas back then.

But back to this maximum low and maximum High in the in the cold temperature is driving the ice sheets.

So if you ever seen a map of what's under the oceans the continental shelf you see is the below sea level Cliff it was left that's not wash out from the rivers of the continent that's a cliff from the low ocean at the last place glacial Max when all the water was ice on top of the continents.

That was the glacial Max it came down over North America pretty good ways and you're up to but what about the minimum

When all the ice melt you probably won't believe this when all the ice melts the ocean level rises to the height, oh and I should add right now this is between where the ocean level should be rising before it stops it ....and the target.

The target for the maximum ocean sea level rise is the FRIGGIN ARMPITS of the Statue of Liberty

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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 09:57 PM
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Really seems like this would be presented more from the geologist a scientific point of view when global warming is brought up I don't

Up to the friggin armpits on the friggin Statue of Liberty in friggin New City
...catdaddy
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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 09:58 PM
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No,no,no, this isn't part of the script. You're cancelled.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 09:59 PM
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Should I retract the first post or is that for both of them hehehe ...man

Up to her got tamm armpits

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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:01 PM
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Next may I have your permission to go off topic a little .
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Scripture says don't worry about it the Earth is supposed to wear out like a garment

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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:09 PM
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Do I need your back ground color to post here?

Asking for a myself?

And something seems to be missing. lol

Oh there it is I never heard this before?



The target for the maximum ocean sea level rise is the armpits of the Statue of Liberty

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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:10 PM
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I think the concept of global warming has certainly been shoved down our throats. Scaring us with doom to dictate taxes and regulations....

I personally like the idea of cleaner energy however, not just because it's cleaner, but because if it's semi easy to produce, it would give us more energy and financial independence.

I think this is closer than many think, and it looks like it may be cheaper too. If that's the case, free market wins, and it's a win win.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:22 PM
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As I've said before, I'll believe it when I see it. Micheal Mann can wave around as many graphs as he likes, but I can walk down the beach and the high tide mark hasn't changed since I was kid. The summer temps are the same as they've always been....a graph is just a piece of paper with a line drawn on it...it can be made to show whatever you like.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:31 PM
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the people on the coasts tend to instigate more poluting of the environment than the people in the middle. They have the cruise ships and parks that people fly down or drive to for vacations. California is an energy hog and also uses a lot of water, much of it going to grow foods to profit from. If we spread out farms all over the country and farmed naturally, there would be way less environmental impact on the oceans. Get rid of the corn gas fields and quit fracking the hell out of the earth to get gas to fuel the Jets. Kind of late now, too much of the land has been fracked already, which alters the way current flows through the crust. One thing that Covid did is slow the destruction of the environment a bit.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:33 PM
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If all the ice at both poles melted, the ocean would only rise about two hundred feet. The foundation to my house is 550 feet above current sea level. I looking forward to having ocean front property...



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:34 PM
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See, here is the deal.


Does not matter if it is real or not.


Why?

Because the only solutions being provided are financial scams to make traders rich at the expense of the common people. If there was a "cure" nobody would want to do it because they are all invested in the financial scams, research grants, and an ongoing problem. There is an entire industry centered around this problem never going away just like everything else.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:37 PM
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yeah, I heard some one say if the antarctica melted it would be 33 feet worth of sea rise....idk


originally posted by: carsforkids
a reply to: GBP/JPY

Do I need your back ground color to post here?

Asking for a myself?

And something seems to be missing. lol

Oh there it is I never heard this before?



The target for the maximum ocean sea level rise is the armpits of the Statue of Liberty



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:40 PM
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dude yes....I'll starr ya in a minute..

I'm clobbering the markets....in investing

on the forums we say God must be having us do this for some reason but what

could it be to stop the cheating exchanges and their dtcc and sec ....letting the Comex cheat with fake paper oil...and Silver


originally posted by: infolurker
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See, here is the deal.


Does not matter if it is real or not.


Why?

Because the only solutions being provided are financial scams to make traders rich at the expense of the common people. If there was a "cure" nobody would want to do it because they are all invested in the financial scams, research grants, and an ongoing problem. There is an entire industry centered around this problem never going away just like everything else.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:42 PM
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550, feet o

so the max heat spell....or global warming trend doesn't go all the way....maybe....

how high is her armpits....i go find out for us....a reply to: NightFlight



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:42 PM
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originally posted by: NightFlight
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If all the ice at both poles melted, the ocean would only rise about two hundred feet. The foundation to my house is 550 feet above current sea level. I looking forward to having ocean front property...


Again, I don't really buy into the notion of global warming and imminent doom.

I just don't think it would hurt to be innovative and ahead of the curve when the oil becomes more expensive, harder to access with rising global tensions, or just doesn't meet demand.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:43 PM
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I'm sorry but this just sounds like rambling. Agree with the conspiracy side but this doesn't sound right.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:43 PM
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Because the only solutions being provided are financial scams to make traders rich at the expense of the common people. If there was a "cure" nobody would want to do it because they are all invested in the financial scams, research grants, and an ongoing problem. There is an entire industry centered around this problem never going away just like everything else.


As opposed to sending people to fight for the alternative?

edit: To be fair, I'm not taking away from your point, yes people are profiting... I'm one of them. But from a morality perspective, people are risking money to invest in new companies and innovation... Which is free market and good for the economy right now.
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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 10:44 PM
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man, two years ago batteries were going to made out of sand and special paint...what happened to that....

that would knock out oil...

Actually I was thinking big oil knew this and was winding down their future


originally

If all the ice at both poles melted, the ocean would only rise about two hundred feet. The foundation to my house is 550 feet above current sea level. I looking forward to having ocean front property...


Again, I don't really buy into the notion of global warming and imminent doom.

I just don't think it would hurt to be innovative and ahead of the curve when the oil becomes more expensive, harder to access with rising global tensions, or just doesn't meet demand.
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posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 11:41 PM
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man, two years ago batteries were going to made out of sand and special paint...what happened to that....


People like to use this technology as a political football and embellish their claims.

For instance, as it stands, lithium batteries aren't really that much more green than gas powered cars if they are at all. That, and the energy mix certainly isn't that powers them.

That being said, the gap is getting closed in. And there are infrastructures already in place to provide competitive price points in the near future. That's even if you don't account the price we pay through taxes that support the foreign policy to make "cheap" gas possible.

So for me, I like the energy independence it provides from other countries. We're at a time some innovation could stir up the economy and provide jobs, and electric motors can perform even better than traditional ones with more options on operation.

It looks good, though I won't peddle the hyperbole others will on doom and gloom... I'll just be honest about how I see it and tell people I plan to make a buck off of it in the process.



posted on Sep, 10 2020 @ 11:45 PM
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Here is a good video on the subject of green energy, and how its not at all what its cracked up to be

m.youtube.com...
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