Drinks on me

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    Yea boiled eggs and beer and we can get to 500ppm by morning!!!

     
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    The trend shows that this will lead to a higher average floor of carbon emissions.

    Ergo, welcome to the new normal.

     

    The deniers are running out of excuses.

     

     

     
  3. You have chosen to ignore posts from tvoter. Show tvoter's posts

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    It may be helpful to remember that the atmosphere doesn't trap heat indefinitely, only temporarily slows the heat loss to space.

    The main heat transfer is from Sun to Oceans to Atmosphere to Space. This transfer cannot be stopped because of the laws of physics. The micro change from 3% ot 4% of the atmosphere being Co2 is hardly catastrophic.

    Plus new scientific data shows the earth has been cooling for the last 1.5 decades and is expected to continue this trend for the next 1.5 decades.

     
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    In response to tvoter's comment:

     

    It may be helpful to remember that the atmosphere doesn't trap heat indefinitely, only temporarily slows the heat loss to space.

    The main heat transfer is from Sun to Oceans to Atmosphere to Space. This transfer cannot be stopped because of the laws of physics. The micro change from 3% ot 4% of the atmosphere being Co2 is hardly catastrophic.

    Plus new scientific data shows the earth has been cooling for the last 1.5 decades and is expected to continue this trend for the next 1.5 decades.

     



    And yet heat is still accumulating below the atmosphere.

     

    Surface temps can appear cooler even as more heat is trapped (most in the ocean).

    The last decade 2000-2009 was the hottest on record.

     

     
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    Tornado activity hits 60-year low!

    This, also,  must be caused by that devil "climate change"...

     
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    Ah, extinction.  The tree hugging greenies love that sht.


    Of humans, you mean.

    Thank goodness for that.

    The oil-pi**ing, smokebelchers love that sht even more, if behavior is any clue....

     

     

     

     

     
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    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

     GO TEAM VENTURE!

     



    I would have assumed this would be the work of the Monarch and his lovable minions Henchmen Nos 21 and 24.  I always thought the Guild should have had him eliminated. 

     
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    http://www.globalresearch.ca/nasa-we-may-be-on-the-verge-of-a-mini-maunder-event-is-a-planetary-cooling-spell-straight-ahead/5318725

    NASA: We May Be On the Verge of a “Mini-Maunder” Event

    All climate scientists agree that the sun affects Earth’s climate to some extent. They only disagree about whether or not the effect form the sun is minor compared to man-made causes.

    We noted in 2011:

    This week, scientists from the US Solar Observatory and the US Air Force Research Laboratory have discovered – to their great surprise – that the sun’s activity is declining, and that we might experience the lowest solar output we’ve seen since 1645-1715. The Register describes it in dramatic tones:

    What may be the science story of the century is breaking this evening.

    Scientists who are convinced that global warming is a serious threat to our planet say that such a reduced solar output would simply buy us more time … delaying the warming trend, but not stopping or reversing it.

    On the other hand, scientists who are skeptical about global warming say that the threat is a new mini ice age. (Remember that scientists have been convinced in the past that we would have a new ice age, and even considered pouring soot over the arctic in the 1970s to help melt the ice – in order to prevent another ice age. Obama’s top science advisor was one of those warning of a new ice age in the 1970s. And see this.)

    NASA reports this week that we may be on the verge of another Maunder Minimum (a period with an unusually low number of sunspots, leading to colder temperatures):

    Much has been made of the probable connection between the Maunder Minimum, a 70-year deficit of sunspots in the late 17th-early 18th century, and the coldest part of the Little Ice Age, during which Europe and North America were subjected to bitterly cold winters. The mechanism for that regional cooling could have been a drop in the sun’s EUV output; this is, however, speculative.

     NASA: We May Be On the Verge of a Mini Maunder Event

    The yearly averaged sunspot number for a period of 400 years (1610-2010). SOURCE: Courtesy of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center.

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    The sun could be on the threshold of a mini-Maunder event right now. Ongoing Solar Cycle 24 is the weakest in more than 50 years. Moreover, there is (controversial) evidence of a long-term weakening trend in the magnetic field strength of sunspots. Matt Penn and William Livingston of the National Solar Observatory predict that by the time Solar Cycle 25 arrives, magnetic fields on the sun will be so weak that few if any sunspots will be formed. Independent lines of research involving helioseismology and surface polar fields tend to support their conclusion.

    NASA explains that interactions between the sun, sources of cosmic radiation and the Earth are very complicated, and it takes an interdisciplinary team of heliophysicists, chemists and others to quantify what is really going on. And the Earth’s climate is also affected by cosmic radiation.

    So – even if NASA’s prediction of a period of an unusually low amount of sun spots is proven correct – it is hard to know whether that will lead to a large or small reduction in temperature trends.

     

     
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    Have a drink !!!

     
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    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

    The trend shows that this will lead to a higher average floor of carbon emissions.

    Ergo, welcome to the new normal.

     

    The deniers are running out of excuses.

     

     



    Excuses? 

    Sounds like the global warmists are celebrating something that has obviously happened before, and trying to claim the sky is falling. 

     

    The saber tooth tiger is gone, and man is still here.

     
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    In response to skeeter20's comment:

     

    In response to MattyScornD's comment:

     

    The trend shows that this will lead to a higher average floor of carbon emissions.

    Ergo, welcome to the new normal.

     

    The deniers are running out of excuses.

     

     

     



    Excuses? 

     

    Sounds like the global warmists are celebrating something that has obviously happened before, and trying to claim the sky is falling. 

     

    The saber tooth tiger is gone, and man is still here.

     



    You're not a strong thinker, are you?

     



    Your not really able to assemble an arument, are you?

     
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    the NOAA data amplify the futility of imposing costly carbon dioxide restrictions on the U.S. economy in the name of fighting global warming. U.S. carbon dioxide emissions declined 10 percent during the past decade, yet global emissions rose by more than 30 percent.

    Regardless of the future pace of ongoing reductions in U.S. carbon dioxide emissions, global carbon dioxide emissions will continue to rise. Even if the United States committed economic suicide by imposing all or most of the carbon dioxide restrictions advocated by global warming activists, the ensuing U.S. carbon dioxide reductions would amount to merely a drop in the bucket compared to the flood of emissions increases by the world as a whole and by developing nations such as China and India in particular.

    Fortunately, as the new NOAA data show, and as global warming ‘skeptics’ have observed all along, rising carbon dioxide emissions are having only a modest impact on global temperatures

     
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    Surface temps can appear cooler even as more heat is trapped (most in the ocean).

    We hates the tricksy warmingses hiding in the nasty waterses.

    Gollum.

     

     

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