This could shed some truth on global warming debate!

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    This could shed some truth on global warming debate!

     

     

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/science-video/10147784/Nasa-launches-Iris-spacecraft-to-study-suns-energy.html

     
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    Denier! What could the sun possibly have to do with the earth's temperature or climate! Why do you attack science?

     
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    lmao

    “When the debate is lost, slander becomes the tool of the loser.”
    âۥ Socrates

     
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    Some 65% of the congressional gop don't "believe" in climate change.

    That would include dessicated TX, immolated CO, tornado-haven OK, drowning FL, etc.

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     
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    Some 65% of the congressional gop don't "believe" in climate change.

    That would include dessicated TX, immolated CO, tornado-haven OK, drowning FL, etc.

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     



    LOL!!! So carbon pollution is responsible for the hot weather here in VA today!   Why,  tornadoes in OK never occurred until evil coal burned up the atmosphere. Droughts were unknown in TX, and tropical rain never bothered FL...

     

    Popular scare stories that weather extremes – hurricanes, tornadoes, droughts, floods — are getting worse are not based on fact.

    Yes, the good old days before 2010 of perfect climate, yessiree...

    Hey Al Gore: As of June 1, 2013, it has been 2777 days or 7.6 years since the US has been hit by a Cat 3 or greater hurricane. The last such hurricane was Wilma on October 24th, 2005. Each day forward will be a new record in this drought period, a duration not seen since 1900.

    Tornadoes: With just three tornadoes during the period May 1 – 7, 2013 has had the third-fewest U.S. tornadoes during the first week of May since record keeping began in 1950.

     
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    Some 65% of the congressional gop don't "believe" in climate change.

    That would include dessicated TX, immolated CO, tornado-haven OK, drowning FL, etc.

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC



    They dont believe in "man made" climate change. BIG difference but, you knew that.

     
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    Some 65% of the congressional gop don't "believe" in climate change.

    That would include dessicated TX, immolated CO, tornado-haven OK, drowning FL, etc.

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     



    LOL!!! So carbon pollution is responsible for the hot weather here in VA today!   Why,  tornadoes in OK never occurred until evil coal burned up the atmosphere. Droughts were unknown in TX, and tropical rain never bothered FL...


    No, but the disproportionate tone of your response speaks douch(e)y volumes.

    Weather is only one result of global climate change.  But weather is not climate.  Weather patterns are yet another aspect of overall change.  Whole point being is that these patterns are trending worse, not better.

    On the other hand, your flatu(l)ence could very well be causing temp spikes in VA today... methane, y'know.

    But leave it to the self-styled moralizers to totally miss the moral imperative inherent in battling climate change.  Theirs is a selfish god.

     

     

     

     
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    Some 65% of the congressional gop don't "believe" in climate change.

    That would include dessicated TX, immolated CO, tornado-haven OK, drowning FL, etc.

     

    "When you're born, you get a ticket to the freak show. When you're born in America, you get a front-row seat."  - GC

     



    They dont believe in "man made" climate change. BIG difference but, you knew that.

     



    No, they don't believe in the science, period.

     

     
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    Weather is only one result of global climate change.  But weather is not climate.  Weather patterns are yet another aspect of overall change.  Whole point being is that these patterns are trending worse, not better.

     




    Typical ignorant response.

     

    They are trending worse; the quesion is WHY?? and does man influence it in a meaningful way?

    stop hyperbole!

     

     
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    Denier! What could the sun possibly have to do with the earth's temperature or climate! Why do you attack science?




    The Sun can't possibly be the cause.  It goes and hides all night long.

    I think it's the cattle.  They belch all night, raising the CO2 levels.

    Which is why aliens from another dimension are multilating cattle out West.  It is a signal.  they are trying to show us the way.

     
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    Denier! What could the sun possibly have to do with the earth's temperature or climate! Why do you attack science?

     



    Didn't even bother to read the article about the purpose of the mission, did you? Why do you ignore science.

     



    My comment was not about the article. It was about the insanity of dopes like you that deny the sun has anything to do with global warming or climate change.

     
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    Conservatives have basically three stands on climate change

    1) Weather patterns aren't changing, polar caps aren't melting, everything's fine - it's all a global hoax to line Al Gore's pockets.

    2) Yes, climate change is real, but there's no consensus that it's being caused by burning fossil fuels, so I don't want to see one dime of my tax dollars go toward tree-hugging dirt-worshipper causes.

    or 3) Climate change is real, there is at least some truth to the carbon emissions position, but we'll never be able to get other countries on board with conservation and green energies, so let's not do anything that might weaken the US economy.

     

    The irony is I think group 1 is in the minority, and groups 2 and 3 acknowledge some danger in burning fossil fuels.  But though they are fine with a trillion dollar defense budget, they won't allow a dime to go toward what they acknowledge is a potential danger.  It's a marketing problem, really - they don't have a problem building tanks that go nowhere for no purpose, but put government employees in a chevy volt, and they throw a sh1t fit.  

     
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