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Old November 25th, 2016, 08:44 AM   #71
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"Here is a little food for thought" and "Let me put it in layman's terms"

Pompous Lefties who think they are learned on a subject because they read some propaganda on the internet, frost my cookies. Well my guy is in office now and he is going to get to the bottom of some of this collusion and lying on the subject. Lots of fudged data has already been exposed to the light of day and I am sure there is a ton more of it yet to be unearthed.
What fudged data, and where?

Typical low IQ denier. A thousand claims, zero facts.
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Old November 25th, 2016, 08:46 AM   #72
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No I manage a creative department.
Well, you successfully create global warming fallacies.
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Old November 25th, 2016, 09:15 AM   #73
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Rather than conspiracy theories, I have a much more down to earth explanation for why so many politicians are deniers. Money.

Lamar Smith's main campaign contributors are bigoil.

And others don't want to upset their favourite bribers, err ... lobbyists so they pretend it isn't a problem now and further screw our grandchildren.
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What fudged data, and where?

Typical low IQ denier. A thousand claims, zero facts.
The infamous hockey stick graph for one among many.
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Old November 25th, 2016, 09:35 AM   #75
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The infamous hockey stick graph for one among many.
I'm glad you chose to use an example created by another non-scientist. Gore knows about as much about climate change as Steve Goddard does, ie nothing.
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the end of the graph from the NOAA cropped and enlarged is confusing to you? Don't worry. The Republicans in Congress understand it very well and the incoming President will sort it all out for you.


Of course! How could we forget the genius of Trump--the prodigy--the divine oracle with the vocabulary of a 12 year old...?

Asked if climate change is real, Trump said, “I think there’s a change in weather.” Most meteorologists strongly agree.

Dazzling brilliance!! YEP. The Don will sort it all out for us.
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Of course! How could we forget the genius of Trump--the prodigy--the divine oracle with the vocabulary of a 12 year old...?

Asked if climate change is real, Trump said, “I think there’s a change in weather.” Most meteorologists strongly agree.

Dazzling brilliance!! YEP. The Don will sort it all out for us.
Nothing wrong with what he said at all. Climate is cumulative weather. Every time we have a heat wave all the Liberal political forum "experts" come out of the woodwork and claim it as evidence of global warming. I have seen it over and over for several years. Its all a bunch of bullshit.

Yes Trump is going to hold agencies accountable for all of the bullshit. Its going to be great.
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I'm glad you chose to use an example created by another non-scientist. Gore knows about as much about climate change as Steve Goddard does, ie nothing.
Just about everything James Hansen has ever said or written about climate.
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Nothing wrong with what he said at all. Climate is cumulative weather. Every time we have a heat wave all the Liberal political forum "experts" come out of the woodwork and claim it as evidence of global warming. I have seen it over and over for several years. Its all a bunch of bullshit.

Yes Trump is going to hold agencies accountable for all of the bullshit. Its going to be great.


You are really something else. IN other words, Trump can say ANYTHING he wants to ANYONE he wants and it's just SWELL with you. Trump's outrageous statements are accurate? Insightful? Inspirational? WOW....just WOW.

Here's the thing: Weather is NOT climate. They are TWO separate things. A meteorologist is not a climate scientist. Donald Trump is not a scientist of ANY KIND and has probably read SQUAT about climate change. He is quoted as saying "nuclear weapons are a form of climate change", which he thinks is a hoax concocted by the Chinese, which means, by this logic, that nuclear weapons don’t exist.
Climate is shaped by global forces that alter the energy balance in the atmosphere, such as changes in the sun, tilt of the Earth’s axis, the amount of sunlight the Earth reflects back into space and the concentration of greenhouse gasses in the air. Ask astrophysicist/Harvard/PhD Columbia Neil deGrasse Tyson---NOT BA in Economics/Wharton Donald J. Trump.
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The infamous hockey stick graph for one among many.
And yet, multiple studies which have developed paleoclimate temperature reconstructions reveal the same basic "hockey stick"-looking graph and conclusion that the current temperature anomaly is unprecedented when compared with the past 1000 years.:



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