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Bald Headed Squirrel Hunter
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I am a complete non-believer in climate change.

It is a mechanism for wealth transfer.



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Let's take a look, shall we?




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I believe in climate change, I don't believe we are the cause of it.


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And a bit further back. Still an earth where - rather large - organisms lived and thrived (not the formative, unlivable earth a few billion years prior), none of which drove SUVs or burned fossil fuels - in fact they were the future fossil fuels. A biomass considerably larger than today's earth supports. At a rather higher temperature globally.




"And gentlemen in England now abed, shall think themselves accursed they were not here, and hold their manhoods cheap whiles any speaks that fought with us upon Saint Crispin's Day"
 
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And from the WayBack machine, still with living things populating the planet, not a boiling volcanic rock. Humanity's timeline, causing the dramatic, earth-ending, MSM-announced, globally catastrophic, soon-to-kill-us-all climate change, would be represented by somewhat less than the width of the line that is the right axis of this chart.




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Nope.
 
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Huge political hoax, no doubt about that.
They say that 90+ % scientists agree - LIE.
Just like they say 90+ % of all Americans want Universal Background Checks - LIE.
They = MSM.
 
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The climate changes. We are not affecting it enough to ditch quality of life nor transfer wealth to the anthropogenic climate change hoaxers.



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Do I believe in Climate Change. Yes, the climate changes, it is bound to given the natural progression of the earth, its movement through the solar system, normal climate cycles, etc.

Does the introduction of man made products or chemicals have an impact on the environment in some way, common sense says yes. However did they blame the weather and dustbowls during the depression on that new fangled automobooble and all of the coal furnaces across the country?

The commonly referenced element that I wonder about is the 'carbon footprint' concept. Who came up with this? What is the science behind how eating at Taco Bell and farting somehow increases my carbon contribution?




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Yes. It is a serious issue.

But, once we mess up this side of earth, we just flip it over and start coloring on the other side.







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I ABSOLUTELY believe in Climate Change:
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter

Phukking hack retards. ANY data can be skewed to fit one's agenda. Just like polls...



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"Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil... Therefore, as tongues of fire lick up straw and as dry grass sinks down in the flames, so their roots will decay and their flowers blow away like dust; for they have rejected the law of the Lord Almighty and spurned the word of the Holy One of Israel." - Isaiah 5:20,24
 
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Damn it Sigmonkey! You know if we flip the earth over all of the islands will capsize.




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- When you've been proven wrong again and again (global cooling, global warming), change it to "climate change".
- Fake / manipulated data.
- Supported by the UN, globalists, commies/socialists/leftists/Hollywood filth and their useful idiots.

Sure, I'm buying it.


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No. I don't buy it. Too many faked numbers and outright lies (East Anglia University).

I don't buy it, but my tax dollars are paying for it and that's starting to get old...
 
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The Earth's climate is not static, but constantly changing. It has been that way for at least........ 6 months......maybe even longer!!
 
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Is man capable of messing up small parts of the planet, even turning them into a wasteland? Sure. Is man capable of altering the climate of the entire planet? No. That's ridiculous. And forget all the so-called scientific data. Whether it supports or refutes it is irrelevant. Look at who is supporting this notion. Every one of them is a wannabe totalitarian socialist.
 
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Originally posted by erj_pilot:
I ABSOLUTELY believe in Climate Change:
Spring
Summer
Fall
Winter

Phukking hack retards. ANY data can be skewed to fit one's agenda. Just like polls...


You sure you are in Houston?
I only remember one season - HOT.
 
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What's even more absurd than man made climate change is the idea that it could be reversed. How could anyone know what the perfect C02 levels should be and what the correct average temperature of the earth should be? What data do we have that suggests that the climate was exactly as it should be before the industrial age? If you don't know these answers you would never be able to know if the climate was ever healed and repaired.


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Not the politicized version, but I do believe in climate change. For example, I remember it used to rain from October through January back in the ‘80s. Now it rains from February through June. For some reason, August is still hot as I’ve ever remembered it.



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Originally posted by GT-40DOC:
The Earth's climate is not static, but constantly changing. It has been that way for at least........ 6 months......maybe even longer!!


Ya, maybe even longer...something else has been in a state of constant change...Earth's population...Year 1 AD approximately 200 million, 1000 AD 275 million., 1804 AD 1 billion, 1900 1.6 billion, 2011 AD 7 billion.

Most of the growth these days is in 3rd world countries and Asia.

At what point does this population growth rate become unsustainable?...assuming it's not already.

It's possible this population growth is a catalyst ramping up the natural climate change cycle of the planet.

Now what to do?


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