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Reply #30 posted 11/29/18 7:40am

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Tweety, quit lying.

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Reply #31 posted 11/29/18 8:04am

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Imagine what will happen if Clintons or some other War hungry politician from Bohemian Grove get into office and start a nuclear war with North Korea or Russia? Even one city like LA or NYC being destroyed by nukes would be cataclysmic to "global warming" or whatever you want to call it. Hell, they had policies that destroyed American jobs and industry moved out of USA to countries with zero standards. We need some standards but if they go overboard everything moves to China and that will increase global warming. Another reason for America First.

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Reply #32 posted 11/29/18 8:13am

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Furry, how come you post normally in PM&M and go batshit crazy over here?

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Reply #33 posted 11/29/18 9:06am

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Imagine what will happen if Clintons or some other War hungry politician from Bohemian Grove get into office and start a nuclear war with North Korea or Russia? Even one city like LA or NYC being destroyed by nukes would be cataclysmic to "global warming" or whatever you want to call it. Hell, they had policies that destroyed American jobs and industry moved out of USA to countries with zero standards. We need some standards but if they go overboard everything moves to China and that will increase global warming. Another reason for America First.


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Reply #34 posted 11/29/18 9:29am

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https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/heres-what-earth-might-look-like-in-100-years-%E2%80%94-if-were-lucky/ss-BBPHuLr?li=BBnb7Kz#image=22

Here's what Earth might look like in 100 years — if we're lucky

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Reply #35 posted 11/29/18 10:11am

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Furry, how come you post normally in PM&M and go batshit crazy over here?


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Reply #36 posted 11/29/18 11:02pm

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Tweety, quit lying.


Which Lie(s)?
I can't help you have 0 understanding of chemistry & physiscs.

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Reply #37 posted 11/29/18 11:08pm

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BombSquad said:

TweetyV6 said:

oh stop that patronizing fucked up trash talk

show me ONE post of anyone EVER in this forum, where someone claimed "climate is stable and did not change before humans came into play"
just ONE FUCKING POST
GO!

Which patronising fucked up trash talk? Have a look in the mirror, my friend.

b) What actually are the scientific FACTS on this topic? I bet if you ask 100 people on the street which is the most important green house gas, probably all 100 will say CO2. And if you ask how much CO2 is there in our atmosphere, none of them will give you the correct answer.

and how is ignorance of people a parameter to make up your own mind on scientific data?
how the fuck is that relevant? it's not. just like point a)
just more irrelevant brabble BULLSHIT

How it relevant?
It is the perfect indicator that people don't have a fucking clue and therfore cannot judge that what's being said makes any sense. Like you do.

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Reply #38 posted 11/29/18 11:23pm

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OldFriends4Sale said:

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/heres-what-earth-might-look-like-in-100-years-%E2%80%94-if-were-lucky/ss-BBPHuLr?li=BBnb7Kz#image=22

Here's what Earth might look like in 100 years — if we're lucky

Dave Mosher
11/15/2018

Same doomsday shit as in the bible.

Here's some facts:
As you might know, but probably don't, the majority of the surface of the Netherlands lies below sea level. So the Dutch have a very special interest in keeping track of sea level rise. They have one of the most extensive and accurate data set currently available

And that data does not show any acceleration in sea level rise. It has been quite constant at 15cm/100 years or 6 inch/100 yrs.

Here's the information page from the...government:
https://www.clo.nl/indicatoren/nl0229-zeespiegelstand-nederland-en-mondiaal

It's in Dutch, but here's something I want to stipulate:
"De meest relevante lokale factor is een bodemdaling over eeuwen. Deze daling is het gevolg van een herstel van de bodem na het wegsmelten van de ijskappen aan het einde van de laatste ijstijd (Peltier, 1999)"

Translation:
The most relevant local factor is a subsidence over centuries. This decline is the result of a recovery of the soil after melting of the ice sheets at the end of the last ice age (Peltier, 1999)


Go figure!

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Reply #39 posted 11/30/18 12:06am

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TweetyV6 said:

Which patronising fucked up trash talk? Have a look in the mirror, my friend

not the sharpest tool in the shed, huh? LOL

playing wiseass smartypants and stating something that everyone knows and no on ever quesitoned is without a fucking doubt irrelevant trash talk




It is the perfect indicator that people don't have a fucking clue and therfore cannot judge that what's being said makes any sense. Like you do.


even you often stated, science is not decided by voting. so what people on the street think is irrelvant. just the scientific facts matter




yeah... certainly not the sharpest tool int he shed.. but I'll stop here, not gonna explain it another time


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Reply #40 posted 11/30/18 12:24am

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BombSquad said:




TweetyV6 said:

Which patronising fucked up trash talk? Have a look in the mirror, my friend

not the sharpest tool in the shed, huh? LOL

playing wiseass smartypants and stating something that everyone knows and no on ever quesitoned is without a fucking doubt irrelevant trash talk




It is the perfect indicator that people don't have a fucking clue and therfore cannot judge that what's being said makes any sense. Like you do.


even you often stated, science is not decided by voting. so what people on the street think is irrelvant. just the scientific facts matter




yeah... certainly not the sharpest tool int he shed.. but I'll stop here, not gonna explain it another time



Stop talking to yourself lol lol

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Reply #41 posted 11/30/18 12:50am

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Stop talking to yourself lol lol



a) Changing of language is an indisputable truth. Merely 12,000 yrs ago mankind had just a highly limited vocabulary, but that changed. Language is no stable entity, it has and will change for as long as the earth turns and humans talk to each other, or to themselves.


b) What actually are the scientific FACTS on this topic? I bet if you ask 100 people on the street, what was the most important language 500 years ago, probably all 100 will say English. And if you ask how much English websites are there in the internet, none of them will give you the correct answer.
You ask how this is relevant? This is the perfect indicator that people don't have a fucking clue and therfore cannot judge that what's being said makes any sense.

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2013 Obama & Castro - "and barack has once again bowed down to a despot"
2018 Trump & Kim - "and it is happening now! after nearly 65 years and 11 presidents"
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Reply #42 posted 11/30/18 2:35am

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BombSquad said:

TweetyV6 said:

Stop talking to yourself lol lol



a) Changing of language is an indisputable truth. Merely 12,000 yrs ago mankind had just a highly limited vocabulary, but that changed. Language is no stable entity, it has and will change for as long as the earth turns and humans talk to each other, or to themselves.


b) What actually are the scientific FACTS on this topic? I bet if you ask 100 people on the street, what was the most important language 500 years ago, probably all 100 will say English. And if you ask how much English websites are there in the internet, none of them will give you the correct answer.
You ask how this is relevant? This is the perfect indicator that people don't have a fucking clue and therfore cannot judge that what's being said makes any sense.

[Edited 11/30/18 0:55am]


Love your sense of humor, though. wink cool

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Reply #43 posted 11/30/18 7:39am

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Ugot2shakesumthin said:


*I decided to post the snippet from Fox News site on this report. https://www.foxnews.com/p...ters-in-us The White House on Friday released a federal report that found that the impacts of climate change are being felt across the country, and “extreme weather and climate-related events” are going to worsen in the years to come -- with a significant impact on the economy. The National Climate Assessment finds that extreme weather disasters “"have already become more frequent, intense, widespread or of long duration and have cost the the U.S. nearly $400 billion since 2015.” The report is mandated every four years and is based on previous research. Its aim is to detail how climate change is affecting the U.S. and how it is impacting the economy. It is written by outside scientists and officials from 13 federal agencies. ** What did Orange moron think of this? Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump Brutal and Extended Cold Blast could shatter ALL RECORDS - Whatever happened to Global Warming?

Somebody should show Trump this article:



https://www.scientificame...er-winter/





We will likely see it stuck to the bottom of his shoe.



The effects are here and NOW. For ever one day of cold there are three of hot - the climate is out of balance. The damage is seen on the nightly news - hot winds blowing at 50 miles an hour over dry land that has not been tuched by rain in several months = California.


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Reply #44 posted 11/30/18 10:49am

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ThatWhiteDude said:

DiminutiveRocker said:



ThatWhiteDude said:




Ugot2shakesumthin said:


*I decided to post the snippet from Fox News site on this report. https://www.foxnews.com/p...ters-in-us The White House on Friday released a federal report that found that the impacts of climate change are being felt across the country, and “extreme weather and climate-related events” are going to worsen in the years to come -- with a significant impact on the economy. The National Climate Assessment finds that extreme weather disasters “"have already become more frequent, intense, widespread or of long duration and have cost the the U.S. nearly $400 billion since 2015.” The report is mandated every four years and is based on previous research. Its aim is to detail how climate change is affecting the U.S. and how it is impacting the economy. It is written by outside scientists and officials from 13 federal agencies. ** What did Orange moron think of this? Donald J. Trump ✔ @realDonaldTrump Brutal and Extended Cold Blast could shatter ALL RECORDS - Whatever happened to Global Warming?

Somebody should show Trump this article:



https://www.scientificame...er-winter/





We will likely see it stuck to the bottom of his shoe.



The effects are here and NOW. For ever one day of cold there are three of hot - the climate is out of balance. The damage is seen on the nightly news - hot winds blowing at 50 miles an hour over dry land that has not been tuched by rain in several months = California.


Exactly.

California has experienced many major droughts throughout history because they have a significant, variable climate. While some may "believe" the latest drought is caused by man-made climate interference, it is mostly due to naturally occurring phenomena, such as El Nino, La Nina, etc.

https://en.m.wikipedia.or...California
Weather happens, and if Al Gore is to be believed, we'd all be underwater by now. Fun fact: His estate uses more energy than a normal household does in 21 years. Even if this is half true ( as it very well may be), he should not be the poster doughboy for conservation. When's the last time any of us flew our private jets to make a speech on climate change? Talk about hypocrisy! lol
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Reply #45 posted 11/30/18 5:22pm

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ThatWhiteDude said:
Exactly.
California has experienced many major droughts throughout history because they have a significant, variable climate. While some may "believe" the latest drought is caused by man-made climate interference, it is mostly due to naturally occurring phenomena, such as El Nino, La Nina, etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.or...California Weather happens, and if Al Gore is to be believed, we'd all be underwater by now. Fun fact: His estate uses more energy than a normal household does in 21 years. Even if this is half true ( as it very well may be), he should not be the poster doughboy for conservation. When's the last time any of us flew our private jets to make a speech on climate change? Talk about hypocrisy! lol

LOL yeah... in 2005 we were told that 2010 was the point of no return.

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Reply #46 posted 12/02/18 10:28pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:



Camileyun said:


ThatWhiteDude said:
Exactly.

California has experienced many major droughts throughout history because they have a significant, variable climate. While some may "believe" the latest drought is caused by man-made climate interference, it is mostly due to naturally occurring phenomena, such as El Nino, La Nina, etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.or...California Weather happens, and if Al Gore is to be believed, we'd all be underwater by now. Fun fact: His estate uses more energy than a normal household does in 21 years. Even if this is half true ( as it very well may be), he should not be the poster doughboy for conservation. When's the last time any of us flew our private jets to make a speech on climate change? Talk about hypocrisy! lol




LOL yeah... in 2005 we were told that 2010 was the point of no return.


You ding’dongs forget that a whole lot of environmental laws and regulations were passed to heed some of these environmental concerns you speak of both on a national level and on a state level. These regulations the goofballs GOP members and FoX news rail about have helped immensely. Not to mention such things as smog and that hole in the ozone layer. (though China with it´S immense growth and pollution has opened that hole again)

Good thing you ding-dongs have no say in these matters and that there are good people in and out governement that are not partisan political parrots and are able to continue to fight for your health and safety. It´s always ignorant right’wingers fighting and biting the hand that´s trying to help.
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Reply #47 posted 12/03/18 6:09am

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ThatWhiteDude said:
Exactly.
California has experienced many major droughts throughout history because they have a significant, variable climate. While some may "believe" the latest drought is caused by man-made climate interference, it is mostly due to naturally occurring phenomena, such as El Nino, La Nina, etc. https://en.m.wikipedia.or...California Weather happens, and if Al Gore is to be believed, we'd all be underwater by now. Fun fact: His estate uses more energy than a normal household does in 21 years. Even if this is half true ( as it very well may be), he should not be the poster doughboy for conservation. When's the last time any of us flew our private jets to make a speech on climate change? Talk about hypocrisy! lol

I hate the earth too.

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Reply #48 posted 12/03/18 6:13am

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Reply #49 posted 12/03/18 7:26am

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^^ falloff sounds about right.

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Reply #50 posted 12/03/18 8:02pm

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Apparently this climate study was funded, in part, by Michael Bloomberg and billionaire Tom Steyer. Conflict of interest? You decide.
https://www.dailysignal.c...ic-donors/
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Reply #51 posted 12/03/18 10:28pm

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Reply #52 posted 12/07/18 2:15pm

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Camileyun said:

Apparently this climate study was funded, in part, by Michael Bloomberg and billionaire Tom Steyer. Conflict of interest? You decide. https://www.dailysignal.c...ic-donors/


A right-wingnut website funded by The Hertiage Foundation who is committed to help Trump drain the swamp.

rolleyes

You decide.

lol

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Reply #53 posted 12/07/18 2:18pm

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Camileyun said:

Apparently this climate study was funded, in part, by Michael Bloomberg and billionaire Tom Steyer. Conflict of interest? You decide. https://www.dailysignal.c...ic-donors/


A right-wingnut website funded by The Hertiage Foundation who is committed to help Trump drain the swamp.

rolleyes

You decide.

lol

Hilarious. What, Thomas Sowell has no opinion on climate change that is nasty enough to post? lol lol

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Reply #54 posted 12/13/18 7:33pm

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I believe that there's climate change going on, but I'm not so sure it's man made. All of my life, I've heard of many grim predictions about over population and climate change and none of it has ever materialized. When I was in elementary school back in the 1970's, we were taught that the earth would be overpopulated and that there would be mass starvations by the year 2000. There have always been famine and countries that can't feed its people and that continues today, but not due to over population. Now they tell us that much of the coastline across the world will erode because of melting ice caps. Al Gore predicted this may occur by the year 2015. Guess what? Everything is still pretty much as it was when he made that prediction about 10+ years ago. (https://www.youtube.com/w...sioIw4bvzI)

Whenever climate change and evolution are discussed in literature, I've noticed that they always use language such as "appears", "may", "could be", etc. They never present their information with any certainity. Therefore, I take all of these reports of calmity with a grain of salt.

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Reply #55 posted 12/13/18 8:37pm

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I believe that there's climate change going on, but I'm not so sure it's man made. All of my life, I've heard of many grim predictions about over population and climate change and none of it has ever materialized. When I was in elementary school back in the 1970's, we were taught that the earth would be overpopulated and that there would be mass starvations by the year 2000. There have always been famine and countries that can't feed its people and that continues today, but not due to over population. Now they tell us that much of the coastline across the world will erode because of melting ice caps. Al Gore predicted this may occur by the year 2015. Guess what? Everything is still pretty much as it was when he made that prediction about 10+ years ago. (https://www.youtube.com/w...sioIw4bvzI)

Whenever climate change and evolution are discussed in literature, I've noticed that they always use language such as "appears", "may", "could be", etc. They never present their information with any certainity. Therefore, I take all of these reports of calmity with a grain of salt.

Wow, I'm glad I didnt go to your doomsday school! Also, if you keep up with real statistics and observe what is happening all around the world you would see how dire the situation is. But I guess if it's not right outside your own door, it doesnt exist.

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Reply #56 posted 12/14/18 1:22am

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13cjk13 said:

tmo1965 said:

I believe that there's climate change going on, but I'm not so sure it's man made. All of my life, I've heard of many grim predictions about over population and climate change and none of it has ever materialized. When I was in elementary school back in the 1970's, we were taught that the earth would be overpopulated and that there would be mass starvations by the year 2000. There have always been famine and countries that can't feed its people and that continues today, but not due to over population. Now they tell us that much of the coastline across the world will erode because of melting ice caps. Al Gore predicted this may occur by the year 2015. Guess what? Everything is still pretty much as it was when he made that prediction about 10+ years ago. (https://www.youtube.com/w...sioIw4bvzI)

Whenever climate change and evolution are discussed in literature, I've noticed that they always use language such as "appears", "may", "could be", etc. They never present their information with any certainity. Therefore, I take all of these reports of calmity with a grain of salt.

Wow, I'm glad I didnt go to your doomsday school! Also, if you keep up with real statistics and observe what is happening all around the world you would see how dire the situation is. But I guess if it's not right outside your own door, it doesnt exist.


@tmo1965. Exactly!

@13cjk13
HAHAHAHA

Need some scientific facts? Here you go:

Landfall of hurricanes - declining!
https://journals.ametsoc....-17-0184.1

Drougts result from man made climate change? - maybe, maybe not (so much for ' the science is settled)
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R43407.pdf (READ page 11/12 and see how much uncertaity there actually is, even the IPCC doesn't realy know for sure)

Also interresting the part about wild fires op page 14.

Sea level rising
The Dutch have a very complicated hate/love relationship with the sea. Once a fierce naval 'super power', the sea brought prosperity to the Netherland. But half the country lies below the sea level. Only dykes keeping half the country from drowning.

Therefore, the Dutch keep a keen eye on what the sea level does.
And it's been rising. But without any acceleration.

https://www.clo.nl/en/node/28701

It's in Dutch, but the graph shows no accelerated sea level rise. The trend is steady at about 1.9mm/year.

Now show some of your 'facts' lol lol lol lol

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Reply #57 posted 12/14/18 1:53am

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TweetyV6 said:

13cjk13 said:

Wow, I'm glad I didnt go to your doomsday school! Also, if you keep up with real statistics and observe what is happening all around the world you would see how dire the situation is. But I guess if it's not right outside your own door, it doesnt exist.


@tmo1965. Exactly!

@13cjk13
HAHAHAHA

Need some scientific facts? Here you go:

Landfall of hurricanes - declining!
https://journals.ametsoc....-17-0184.1


Here's where that journal stands on climate change


https://www.ametsoc.org/ams/index.cfm/about-ams/ams-and-climate-change/

A fairly non-scare-mongering position but a solid one nevertheless, "As a public issue, climate change boils down to four overarching findings: 1) climate is changing, 2) people are causing climate to change, 3) human caused climate change poses serious risks to society, and 4) we have numerous options for managing climate change risks."



Drougts result from man made climate change? - maybe, maybe not (so much for ' the science is settled)
https://fas.org/sgp/crs/misc/R43407.pdf (READ page 11/12 and see how much uncertaity there actually is, even the IPCC doesn't realy know for sure)


This is a congressional report, created for Trump's government? The one that removed all references to climate change from their websites. And even then he manages to state that droughts in the US are "possibly exacerbated by human-induced increases in atmospheric temperatures" in his conclusion. His main point seems to be that predicting drought is complicated.


Sea level rising
The Dutch have a very complicated hate/love relationship with the sea. Once a fierce naval 'super power', the sea brought prosperity to the Netherland. But half the country lies below the sea level. Only dykes keeping half the country from drowning.

Therefore, the Dutch keep a keen eye on what the sea level does.
And it's been rising. But without any acceleration.

https://www.clo.nl/en/node/28701

It's in Dutch, but the graph shows no accelerated sea level rise. The trend is steady at about 1.9mm/year.

Now show some of your 'facts' lol lol lol lol


Fact, it's always the poor people who suffer first while the TweetyV6's of this world tell them it's perfectly natural that this happens and what a surprise that Tweety's day to day life isn't affected.

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This is a congressional report, created for Trump's government? The one that removed all references to climate change from their websites. And even then he manages to state that droughts in the US are "possibly exacerbated by human-induced increases in atmospheric temperatures" in his conclusion. His main point seems to be that predicting drought is complicated.

LMFAO so Tweety gets his "science" from political outlets and even has the guts to post them blatantly as some kinda.... uhhhm... "backup" to his points??

nothing else to add LOL LOL LOL


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2018 Trump & Kim - "and it is happening now! after nearly 65 years and 11 presidents"
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Reply #59 posted 12/14/18 5:44am

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jaawwnn said:

LMFAO so Tweety gets his "science" from political outlets and even has the guts to post them blatantly as some kinda.... uhhhm... "backup" to his points??

nothing else to add LOL LOL LOL


To be fair, he does add unintelligble charts ad nauseum. lol

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