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Mother Nature will do just fine, as will the Earth, life, etc. once we have finished our short little stint here and turned to dust.
But go ahead...support the flavor of the day liberal agenda that spends and takes more money from the public for either a made-up problem
or a problem that can not be solved.
Does climate change really matter?? if we evolved into what we are now I am pretty sure we will evolve into something to be able to cope with climate change. And if we don't then why do we stand in the way evolutionary progress..
Get over climate change.
The energy cartels will continue to oppose any and all efforts to abandon fossil fuels, at least until such time as they have attained controlling interest in the green energy companies. The key words being "controlling interest" because that's all they're really concerned with. You'll see, once they have attained controlling interest in these companies they'll do a 180 with respect to green energy subsidies.
It is time to recognize the "Globalist Minions" when they rear their heads and nit be fooled by their facades; know them ugly monsters and enemies of humanity that they are. Don't be fooled by these twits, just get the facts and use the truth to drive them back under their rocks.
Friends of Science is a non-profit organization run by dedicated volunteers comprised mainly of active and retired earth and atmospheric scientists, engineers, and other professionals
We have assembled a Scientific Advisory Board of esteemed climate scientists from around the world to offer a critical mass of current science on global climate and climate change to policy makers, as well as any other interested parties
SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD
Scientific Advisory Board members volunteer their services to Friends of Science. They receive no funding from us or any other party on our behalf.
Dr. Chris de Freitas, Associate Professor of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Auckland.
Dr. de Freitas completed Bachelors and Masters degrees at the University of Toronto, Canada and PhD at the University of Queensland, Australia, as a Commonwealth Doctoral Scholar. During his time at the University of Auckland he has served as Deputy Dean of Science, Head of Science and Technology at the Tamaki Campus and four years as Pro Vice Chancellor. His academic interests are broad but the focus is mostly on climate. He was also a contributing reviewer to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, Scientific Assessment Reports, 1995 and 2001.
Dr. Madhav Khandekar, Meteorologist retired, formerly with Environment Canada.
Dr. Khandekar specializes in understanding extreme weather events in Canada and in other parts of the world. He holds B.Sc. in Mathematics and Physics, a M.Sc. in Statistics from India (Pune University) as well as both M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in Meteorology from Florida State University. As one of the world leaders in meteorology. Dr. Khandekar has worked in the fields of climatology, meteorology and oceanography for over 45 years and has published nearly 100 papers, reports, book reviews and scientific commentaries as well as a book on Ocean Wave Analysis and Modelling, published by Springer-Verlag (1989).
Dr. Tim Patterson, Professor of Geology and Paleoclimatology, Carleton University.
Dr. Tim Patterson received both a B.Sc. in Biology (1980) and a B.A. in Geology (1983) from Dalhousie University, Halifax, N.S. and a Ph.D. in Geology from the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1986. He is Canadian leader of the International Geological Correlation Program Project IGCP 495 “Quaternary Land-Ocean interactions" and is Principal Investigator of a Canadian Foundation For Climate and Atmospheric Sciences project studying high-resolution Holocene climate records from anoxic fjords and coast lakes in British Columbia.
Originally posted by lordtyp0
reply to post by LFN69
Sounds like you need to get with the program. Everything you've asked for is easy accessible to anyone who wants to google and indeed, common knowledge to anyone with an iota of knowledge on the subject.
Even if you wanted to be obstinate from a stupid "Humans can't change anything because that would be overstepping god!!!" stance-you would at least be familiar with all the items you demanded.
Please familiarize yourself with the debate and then return.
Also.. wow-the sheer number of logical fallacies in your reply is staggering. It doesn't look at all intentional which makes it more impressive.
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Originally posted by Kali74
Not one Climatologist. They use the same arguments that the science is being done wrong or deliberately manipulated to suit an agenda but they use the same cherry picking that non scientist deniers use.
Evolution doesnt happen slowly over time, in fact there is a lot of evidence it is forced in the short term, through rapid extreme changes I e.. the ice age ended just over 10, 000 years ago, and life evolved already...not hard to understand is it?
The Antarctic Vostok ice core provided compelling evidence of the nature of climate, and of climate feedbacks, over the past
420,000 years. Marine records suggest that the amplitude of climate variability was smaller before that time, but such records are
often poorly resolved. Moreover, it is not possible to infer the abundance of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere from marine
records. Here we report the recovery of a deep ice core from Dome C, Antarctica, that provides a climate record for the past 740,000
years. For the four most recent glacial cycles, the data agree well with the record from Vostok. The earlier period, between 740,000
and 430,000 years ago, was characterized by less pronounced warmth in interglacial periods in Antarctica, but a higher proportion
of each cycle was spent in the warm mode. The transition from glacial to interglacial conditions about 430,000 years ago
(Termination V) resembles the transition into the present interglacial period in terms of the magnitude of change in temperatures
and greenhouse gases, but there are signiﬁcant differences in the patterns of change. The interglacial stage following Termination
V was exceptionally long—28,000 years compared to, for example, the 12,000 years recorded so far in the present interglacial
period. Given the similarities between this earlier warm period and today, our results may imply that without human intervention, a
climate similar to the present one would extend well into the future.
Or how about the fact life adapted and lived even though a meteor in the gulf of mexico off the Yucatan peninsula, destroying the world in mere hours, yet life is here.
99 percent of the life that ever lived was extinct long before we ever came along, whats your point about species dying? Oh I get it, if any other species wipes out another or even others it ok, but if man does it the world cant cope somhow, lol ya looney liberal crapfest right here.
Every single day rotting plant matter creates more co2 than mans entire history combined, but once aggain nature can handle millions and billions of times more created by nature, but a single drop from man is somehow not doable, lol once again, fruity. A single volcano eruption creates more than mans entire existance, but once again it can cope, just not if man adds any.
Like if man is involved it is evil and an absolute travesty that cant be handled jo matter what.
Originally posted by SteveR
Six years ago China overtook the U.S. as the world's biggest CO2 emitter. The truth is you can't stop global warming unilaterally. Nor can you do it by playing politics as you are doing in your OP. The Democrats efforts have been a joke (Solyndra). That DoE money would of done more good if it was put into McCain's plan for radically developing nuclear power. The truth is neither party is going to do anything serious, nor is China, India, etc.