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Old September 10th, 2017, 02:02 PM   #71
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Have you noticed how deniers consistently claim that data from 100 years ago when we had good thermometers is incorrect, but will believe to multiple decimal places results of an temperature estimation technique derived from tertiary surrogates from 400,000 years ago?

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Yes, I have.
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Old September 10th, 2017, 02:31 PM   #72
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where were those weather stations located 400,000 years ago??

Show me the satellite data from 400,000 years ago, please.
They will deny till the end. Trying to change their minds is fruitless. When this generation dies out, the country can finally move ahead.
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Old September 11th, 2017, 11:19 AM   #73
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The report, prepared by actual scientists, finds that climate change is already having a profound effect on the US.
Many wonder if the Trump Administration will suppress the report.




https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/07/c...pgtype=article
It should be obvious to everyone now, deniers have to turn into flat earthers to keep arguing against the obvious. But most of my concern is not with simpleminded deniers, it's the Al Gore side that just tries to look busy going green with new green technologies that will likely not make one iota of difference to the growth in CO2 and methane levels. Growth itself has to be challenged...not doing what is considered 'affordable' in the present economic system. If we have total system collapse, all of the bean-counting about money and economic theories won't mean anything.
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we have been in a Hurricane drought since 1970

the 2 years of high hurricane activity were year of MAJOR solar activity 2005-6 and 2017

Your idiocy never ceases to amaze !!!!!! Just because it didn't happen to the United States, doesn't mean it didn't happen.

542 tropical storms
280 named hurricanes
32,000 people dead
$3.7 TRILLION dollars in damage

JUST SINCE 1970 !!!!!
  • Year Storms Hurricanes Deaths Damage (millions USD)
  • 2015 12 4 89 >590
  • 2014 9 6 17 232
  • 2013 13 2 47 1,510
  • 2012 19 10 199 75,000+
  • 2011 19 7 100 21,000
  • 2010 21 12 287 12,356
  • 2009 11 3 6 77
  • 2008 16 8 761 24,945
  • 2007 15 6 341 50
  • 2006 10 5 5 500
  • 2005 28 15 3,483 115,520
  • 2004 15 9 3,126 45,235
  • 2003 16 7 50 3,580
  • 2002 12 4 23 1,220
  • 2001 15 9 92 5,260
  • 2000 15 8 30 26
  • 1999 12 8 78 5,532
  • 1998 14 10 9,715 3,165
  • 1997 8 3 4 100
  • 1996 13 9 126 3,600
  • 1995 19 11 117 3,729
  • 1994 7 3 1,175 973
  • 1993 8 4 267 57
  • 1992 7 4 26 26,500
  • 1991 8 4 0 1,500
  • 1990 13 8 123 57
  • 1989 11 7 56 7,670
  • 1988 12 5 555 59
  • 1987 7 3 0 1
  • 1986 6 4 9 17
  • 1985 10 7 210 3,725
  • 1984 13 5 35 66
  • 1983 4 3 21 2,000
  • 1982 6 2 138 2
  • 1981 12 7 0 25
  • 1980 11 9 259 300
  • 1979 9 5 2,069 30,50
  • 1978 12 5 0 20
  • 1977 6 5 0 10
  • 1976 10 6 68 100
  • 1975 9 6 80 490
  • 1974 11 4 8,002 150
  • 1973 8 4 16 18
  • 1972 7 3 129 2,102
  • 1971 13 6 30 212
  • 1970 10 5 51 454

https://www.wunderground.com/hurricane/hurrarchive.asp
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You know, if you have no reply other than irrelevant meaningless blather, you wouldn't be displaying your ignorance to anywhere near the same extent just staying silent.
I thought I was responding to meaningless blather? By the way, what happened to all that love for the immigrants Canada was spouting off about? Is reality clouding the issue, hmmm? We've got 4-million in CA. we'd like to send you. As long as you don't deport them back.
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