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El_Machinae
Posted: Oct 23 2011, 01:00 AM


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That specific report hasn't passed peer review yet, iirc, so it's probably gauche to discuss it.


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Capracus
Posted: Nov 1 2011, 12:45 AM


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Robittybob1
Posted: Nov 23 2011, 05:16 AM


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QUOTE (Jacob @ Nov 23 2011, 04:46 AM)
we cannot stop global warming until governments of developed countries would not aware of that , if developed countries like USA is not agreed and serious about global warming and sustain its carbon emission and denied to sign in Kyoto protocol , then how could we expect to third world countries, actually this is a global problem and all countries must be consider it seriously , climatic conditions are going to unstable now ,only strict rules against carbon emission is a real remedy , however it is impossible to stop all emission but we can slow our emission rate if we are united globally toward dangers of global warming .

It is good that you have a view on the topic. Most have put this in the too hard basket. Others are not interested if it is going to put the costs up and profits down.

Maybe Mother Nature will always have more say than the human population. You need to look for a replacement to carbon as an energy source then people will listen.
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brucep
Posted: Nov 23 2011, 07:05 AM


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QUOTE (Robittybob1 @ Nov 23 2011, 05:16 AM)
It is good that you have a view on the topic. Most have put this in the too hard basket. Others are not interested if it is going to put the costs up and profits down.

Maybe Mother Nature will always have more say than the human population. You need to look for a replacement to carbon as an energy source then people will listen.

It's in the 'to hard basket'? For a dumbshit illiterate such as yourself.
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Robittybob1
Posted: Nov 23 2011, 10:42 AM


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QUOTE (brucep @ Nov 23 2011, 07:05 AM)
It's in the 'to hard basket'? For a dumbshit illiterate such as yourself.

The only dumbshit illiterate is you Bruce, for I did not give my view on it. So where did you get your FU'd view of me?
I think the problem is being solved with energy pricing and alternative energy substitution, Wind power , solar power, photovoltaics.
But what progress has been made to re-power trucks , tractors and ships to get them from being powered by oil.

There are hardly any life left in this forum and you waste it's dying breaths with wasted attacks on fellow forumites! You are a very sick and bitter dumbshit!


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Posted: Nov 28 2011, 11:11 PM


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Oh, the other nutcase has checked back in.

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soundhertz
Posted: Nov 29 2011, 04:46 PM


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In Entropy's jaws.


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Capracus
Posted: Jan 22 2012, 02:10 AM


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Even though it's likely that anthropomorphic warming is a reality, does it deserve priority when it comes to mitigating the adverse impact of human activity on the planet?
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steve121
Posted: Feb 27 2012, 02:55 PM


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QUOTE (Beer w/Straw @ Jan 16 2011, 11:13 PM)
One piece of information that I'd like some verification on is the correct interpretation of data obtained by satellites.

I've heard that originally they weren't in tune with data from ground thermometers. But when new calculations taking into account of time and altitude they were.

Yes, no, maybe? huh.gif

you can find a lot of Global Warming related material on google and easily get these material there are many sites have the data related with global warming.

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Posted: Apr 14 2012, 09:35 AM


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im a new,so i don't know the forum rule blink.gif


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NanoBillthe3rd
Posted: Apr 30 2012, 01:11 PM


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My conclusions from observing global warming from the mid 90's are as such:


The temperature lows and highs might tend to balance int averages.

However the extremes are very obvious: Hotter summers colder winters with a much bigger turn over in volumes of water transforming from ice to water to vapor to rain and falling mainly in the plane.

Spain and Portugal are having big droughts asis the amazon drying up.

But the speed and volumes of ocean evaporating up then persistently coming down Khyber mountainous regions around the world shall increase
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Whitewolf4869
Posted: May 1 2012, 12:02 AM


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Hey don't leave me out I'm illiterate 2!
The earth has been warming up and cooling down for millions of years and guess what we have only been a species for about a million years and have only been polluting the atmosphere for about one hundred years.
So what does that tell you.
I would have to say its the sun causing wild fluctuations in climate.
Does any one know what ever happened to that big hole in the ozone layer? Lol



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Whitewolf4869
Posted: May 1 2012, 12:05 AM


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We will have to start writing biblical story's about our selves. laugh.gif


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Whitewolf4869
Posted: May 1 2012, 12:33 AM


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As a matter of fact we my owe our existence as the only technological species on the planet to global warming and and cooling.
We needed and edge on creatures like squirrels and birds.
We really f--ked them we grew a brain.
Evaluation is quite comical at times like watching a crazy cartoon.


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flyingbuttressman
Posted: Jun 1 2012, 06:46 PM


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QUOTE (Arlyn @ Jun 1 2012, 11:53 AM)
First, you have to understand what glaobl warming is and what it is not.

Some people just don't have a sense of humor.
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