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  • Climate Dictators

    Watched a three part BBC show on the dictators of Central Asia last night. Stunning coincidences in the rhetoric, enforced behaviours and binary thinking that the Warmtards are so quick to employ. (97% of the popular vote, don't say anything bad about the Dear Leader, etc.) The parallels are hilarious!

    Climate Dictators and the actual dictators that profit from our stupidity and gullibility. http://humanprogress.org/blog/global...rlds-dictators

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    Keep that link for future reference.

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    • #3
      http://www.realclearpolitics.com/201...ed_405096.html

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      • #4
        The father of "Climate Change" doesn't follow his own suggestions and leaves a footprint that dwarfs most anyone else. The public celebrity faces of the movement jet set across the globe on a whim, drive and collect multiple cars and houses all the while, again, leaving a carbon footprint many of us could only dream of. Yet they wonder why no one listens when they preach.

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        • #5
          But hey, there's money to be made. Grants to write, trips to Zurich to talk about it. The work they are doing is of extreme importance, dontchaknow.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post
            The father of "Climate Change" doesn't follow his own suggestions and leaves a footprint that dwarfs most anyone else. The public celebrity faces of the movement jet set across the globe on a whim, drive and collect multiple cars and houses all the while, again, leaving a carbon footprint many of us could only dream of. Yet they wonder why no one listens when they preach.
            Apparently it's all OK as long as you can afford to buy "carbon credits" from the masses. Then you don't have to endure the sacrifices you insist almost everyone else endure.

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            • #7
              Funny how that works. Even better when you buy the credits from yo' self.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by FSchmertz View Post
                Apparently it's all OK as long as you can afford to buy "carbon credits" from the masses. Then you don't have to endure the sacrifices you insist almost everyone else endure.
                No different than a Catholic priest rogering some poor kid. "Carbon Credits" and "Repentance" are both meaningless and misleading.

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                • #9
                  Actually cap n' trade has a quantifiable impact in reducing emissions. Put a price on something and businesses will tend to reduce their costs. That's why it is called a market based solution.

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                  • #10
                    How. What a bunch on anti-science numbnuts in the comments section of that piece. Jesus Kryst. I just love how the Ecomarxists shout "science!!!" all day long, yet ignore the fact that "climate science" continuously and egregiously ignores the 4 pillars of the scientific method:
                    1. Observation and description of a phenomenon. The observations are made visually or with the aid of scientific equipment.
                    2. Formulation of a hypothesis to explain the phenomenon in the form of a causal mechanism or a mathematical relation.
                    3. Test the hypothesis by analyzing the results of observations or by predicting and observing the existence of new phenomena that follow from the hypothesis. If experiments do not confirm the hypothesis, the hypothesis must be rejected or modified (Go back to Step 2).
                    4. Establish a theory based on repeated verification of the results.
                    SCIENCE!!!!1!!!!

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by AnalHamster View Post
                      Actually cap n' trade has a quantifiable impact in reducing emissions. Put a price on something and businesses will tend to reduce their costs. That's why it is called a market based solution.
                      Why bother reducing CO2 emissions at all when we all know water vapour and methane are the booga boogas?

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                      • #12
                        Which of those steps do you think are missing? Or are you just rejecting computer modelling as a valid scientific method? If that is the case stellar science is done and we're going to have to rescind all the nuclear test ban treaties.

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                        • #13
                          The thing about climate change is, if it's really happening, the consequences of not doing something to prevent it or lessen the change/rate of change could be horrific.

                          If we tip the scales and reroute a few oceanic currents, we could be in a world of hurt.

                          So convincing me isn't as hard as it would be for the absolute deniers. I actually believe it's happening, I just don't know the rate and the consequences if various solutions aren't applied.

                          P.S. Though we're probably going to be dealing with climate change and it's consequences eventually anyhow, as climate is gradually and constantly changing. It's destroyed civilizations without man's help before (see: Mayans).

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by canuckistan View Post

                            Why bother reducing CO2 emissions at all when we all know water vapour and methane are the booga boogas?
                            Because CO2 emissions are the main driver of anthropogenic climate change, and the easiest to mitigate. Our effect on water vapour is feedback rather than forcing. Methane is an important driver too, which is why non fucktards aim to reduce both CO2 and CH4 emissions.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by CHEEZY08 View Post
                              The father of "Climate Change" doesn't follow his own suggestions and leaves a footprint that dwarfs most anyone else. The public celebrity faces of the movement jet set across the globe on a whim, drive and collect multiple cars and houses all the while, again, leaving a carbon footprint many of us could only dream of. Yet they wonder why no one listens when they preach.
                              So you would pay attention to what they are saying if they lived in a mud hut and rode a donkey to the studio?

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