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Old November 26th, 2016, 07:25 AM   #91
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I have not heard any climatologist say that. I have heard some say that if we don't change things, a tipping point may occur about 2030 - 2050.
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Nice googling there good buddy.

So, you're admitting climate change is real, that we've passed the tipping point, that average temps by the end of the century could be as much as 12˚F higher than they are today, and that's not considering a possible methane event caused by ocean floor clathrates breaking down and permafrost melting, an event that could double the warming, and that anyone who's concerned about this is Marxist.

Humankind's grandchildren and great-grandchildren deserve much better than the likes of you and your ilk.
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If you own a mansion in Florida the smartest thing to do is sell it and buy a bigger mansion in Colorado. Most if not all of Florida will be underwater when the ice caps melt.
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If you own a mansion in Florida the smartest thing to do is sell it and buy a bigger mansion in Colorado. Most if not all of Florida will be underwater when the ice caps melt.
No the smartest thing to do is wait for the idiots to sell their Florida houses in a silly panic and buy them 10 cents on the dollar.
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No the smartest thing to do is wait for the idiots to sell their Florida houses in a silly panic and buy them 10 cents on the dollar.
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Old November 26th, 2016, 05:35 PM   #96
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Nice googling there good buddy.

So, you're admitting climate change is real, that we've passed the tipping point, that average temps by the end of the century could be as much as 12˚F higher than they are today, and that's not considering a possible methane event caused by ocean floor clathrates breaking down and permafrost melting, an event that could double the warming, and that anyone who's concerned about this is Marxist.

Humankind's grandchildren and great-grandchildren deserve much better than the likes of you and your ilk.
Well, ok then.
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I am a Climatologist by proxy. All I have to do is look out my door and see half of the deciduous trees still have leaves when the branches should be barren. Ospreys from Florida are moving up to Central Ohio. I saw a Scarlet Tanager outside my kitchen window last week. I seriously doubt we get a White Christmas this year.
Agreed. Look at the plants and the animals, how their ranges are moving.
I was born in 1949, when I was a kid and we traveled by car on vacations it was rare to see an armadillo dead on the side of the road much further north that maybe the Texas-Oklahoma border.
Now I see them less than an hours drive SW of St. louis quite frequently.
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Agreed. Look at the plants and the animals, how their ranges are moving.
I was born in 1949, when I was a kid and we traveled by car on vacations it was rare to see an armadillo dead on the side of the road much further north that maybe the Texas-Oklahoma border.
Now I see them less than an hours drive SW of St. louis quite frequently.
Did you consider that the armadillo might be adapting to the cooler environment further north? Some animals have adapted and others not. Lets face facts even if there is global warming you are talking about one degree of difference.
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Agreed. Look at the plants and the animals, how their ranges are moving.
I was born in 1949, when I was a kid and we traveled by car on vacations it was rare to see an armadillo dead on the side of the road much further north that maybe the Texas-Oklahoma border.
Now I see them less than an hours drive SW of St. louis quite frequently.
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Did you consider that the armadillo might be adapting to the cooler environment further north? Some animals have adapted and others not. Lets face facts even if there is global warming you are talking about one degree of difference.
Why did he extend his range that far north in the first place would be my question.
An animal is not self aware, it cannot think like a human. It does not think "hey guys let's move north, we'll get used to the colder temps eventually."
An animal only cares about what the temperature is where he lives NOW.
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