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The world is headed for a disaster of Biblical proportions. Meanwhile, there are actually still climate-change deniers out there, including a certain corrupt, Putin-installed president and failed businessman who routinely conflates weather with climate and touts "clean coal." Let's see. I guess there's also "clean oil"... "clean gas"... "clean pollution"... "clean toxic waste."  

 

It's all good.  It's all clean.  Nothing really to worry about. It's certainly within the realm of possibility that a crass, ignorant failed businessman  knows more than all the climate experts about climate change. And there'll never be a piper to pay, right Donald death-cult followers?

 

 

 

"The moment of crisis has come" in efforts to tackle climate change, Sir David Attenborough has warned.

 

According to the renowned naturalist and broadcaster, "we have been putting things off for year after year".

"As I speak, south east Australia is on fire. Why? Because the temperatures of the Earth are increasing," he said.

Sir David's comments came in a BBC News interview to launch a year of special coverage on the subject of climate change.

Scientists say climate change is one of several factors behind the Australian fires; others include how forests are managed and natural patterns in the weather.

Sir David told me it was "palpable nonsense" for some politicians and commentators to suggest that the Australian fires were nothing to do with the world becoming warmer.

"We know perfectly well," he said, that human activity is behind the heating of the planet.

What does Sir David mean by 'the moment of crisis'?

He's highlighting the fact that while climate scientists are becoming clearer about the need for a rapid response, the pace of international negotiations is grindingly slow.

The most recent talks - in Madrid last month - were branded a disappointment by the UN Secretary-General, the British government and others.

Decisions on key issues were put off and several countries including Australia and Brazil were accused of trying to dodge their commitments.

World is getting warmer

"We have to realise that this is not playing games," Sir David said.

"This is not just having a nice little debate, arguments and then coming away with a compromise.

"This is an urgent problem that has to be solved and, what's more, we know how to do it - that's the paradoxical thing, that we're refusing to take steps that we know have to be taken."

What are those steps?

Back in 2018, the UN climate science panel spelled out how the world could have a reasonable chance of avoiding the most dangerous temperature rises in future.

It said that emissions of the gases heating the planet - from power stations and factories, vehicles and agriculture - should be almost halved by 2030.

Bushfire in Australia 

Australia has been badly hit by bushfires

Instead the opposite is happening.

The release of those gases is still increasing rather than falling and the key gas, carbon dioxide, is now in the atmosphere at a level far above anything experienced in human history.

As Sir David put it: "Every year that passes makes those steps more and more difficult to achieve."

Why does this matter right now?

This year is seen as a vital opportunity to turn the tide on climate change.

The UK is hosting what's billed as a crucial UN summit, known as COP26, in Glasgow in November.

Ahead of that gathering, governments worldwide are coming under pressure to toughen their targets for cutting emissions.

That's because their current pledges do not go nearly far enough.

How much worse chart

Assuming they are delivered as promised (and there's no guarantee of that), there could still be a rise in the global average temperature of more than 3C by the end of the century, compared to pre-industrial levels.

The latest assessment by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) lays bare the dangers of that.

It suggests that a rise of anything above 1.5C would mean that coastal flooding, heatwaves and damage to coral reefs would become more severe.

And the latest figures show that the world has already warmed by just over 1C.

What happens next?

As things stand, further heating looks inevitable.

"We're already living in a changed world," according to Professor Ed Hawkins of the University of Reading, a scientist whose depictions of global warming have often gone viral on social media.

He uses bold coloured stripes to show how much each year's temperature is above or below average - different shades of red for warmer and blue for colder.The designs now adorn T-shirts, scarves and even a tram in Germany.

At the moment, Prof Hawkins uses dark red to denote the highest level of warming, but regions such as the Arctic Ocean have seen that maximum level year after year.

Such is the scale of change that he's having to search for new colours.

"I'm thinking about adding dark purple or even black", he told me, to convey future increases in temperature.

"People might think climate change is a distant prospect but we're seeing so many examples around the world, like in Australia, of new records and new extremes."

In 1980, the minimum sea ice extent was 7.7 million square kilometres. This year it was at 4.7 million square kilometres.2012 was the lowest year on record, when it was down to 3.6 million square kilometres - less than half what it was in 1980.

What else is on the environmental agenda this year?

The natural world, and whether we can stop harming it.

While most political attention will be on climate change, 2020 is also seen as potentially important for halting the damage human activity is having on ecosystems.

Sir David has a blunt explanation for why this matters: "We actually depend upon the natural world for every breath of air we take and every mouthful of food that we eat."

World leaders are being invited to the Chinese city of Kunming for a major conference on how to safeguard Nature.

Northern white rhino

  The northern white rhino (seen here) is down to just two animals, making it "functionally" extinct

A landmark report last year warned that as many as one million species of animals, insects and plants are threatened with extinction in the coming decades.

A more recent study found that the growth of cities, the clearing of forests for farming and the soaring demand for fish had significantly altered nearly three-quarters of the land and more than two-thirds of the oceans.

One of the scientists involved, Prof Andy Purvis of the Natural History Museum in London, says that by undermining important habitats, "we're hacking away at our safety net, we're trashing environments we depend on".

He points to the impact of everything from the use of palm oil in processed food and shampoo to the pressures created by fast fashion.

And while the need for conservation is understood in many developed countries, Prof Purvis says "we've exported the damage to countries too poor to handle the environmental cost of what they're selling to us".

The gathering in Kunming takes place in October, a month before the UN climate summit in Glasgow, confirming this year as crucial for our relations with the planet.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51123638

 

 

 

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The conservatives will only take climate seriously when there are mass movements of brown people into "white" countries. But they'll blame it on Democrats and socialism.

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9 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

The conservatives will only take climate seriously when there are mass movements of brown people into "white" countries. But they'll blame it on Democrats and socialism.

We'll take it serious when the brown countries who are the biggest polluters start making strides to end climate crisis instead of taking our money and promising not to spend it on a coal plant.

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16 minutes ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

The conservatives will only take climate seriously when there are mass movements of brown people into "white" countries. But they'll blame it on Democrats and socialism.

Oh really?  LOL.  Dumbass.

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1 hour ago, f8ta1ity54 said:

The conservatives will only take climate seriously when there are mass movements of brown people into "white" countries. But they'll blame it on Democrats and socialism.

And Fox news will tell them that brown people and Muslims caused climate change.


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41 minutes ago, SackMan518 said:

Yeah, the advanced science of 1969.... Don't you have something from 1974, too?

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FACT: Climate change has gone through cycles long before man could have been argued to have the slightest of effect on it. 

Fact: Correlation does not imply causation.

Fact: The media has been caught lying about many things, including this very topic with the damning emails from that British newspaper.

Fact: Governments love to fearmonger to centralize more power, and steal more wealth through taxation.  "Problem, reaction, solution", which even Jungle is aware of.

If the OP truly wants to get into it, there is plenty of real science that is not sponsored by those who have something to gain from this disinformation, even though sadly too many scientists are forced to tow the line on things like this to get funding.  That is not real science.  Thank goodness people have the internet and do not need to rely on propaganda, if they are capable of doing their own research.

The real question at hand is if people like the OP are spreading misinformation, or are purposeful agents of disinformation, possibly even paid a stipend for their work, as was exposed during the Obama years.  Those programs didn't suddenly disappear.  The war starts in the minds and hearts of men.  

Once I am back to full strength, I am not going to let them get away with this nonsense as much as I have been.  I'll be generous and advise more of this nonsense ASAP, while your cost is lower.

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9 minutes ago, StraightJ said:

FACT: Climate change has gone through cycles long before man could have been argued to have the slightest of effect on it. 

Fact: Correlation does not imply causation.

Fact: The media has been caught lying about many things, including this very topic with the damning emails from that British newspaper.

Fact: Governments love to fearmonger to centralize more power, and steal more wealth through taxation.  "Problem, reaction, solution", which even Jungle is aware of.

If the OP truly wants to get into it, there is plenty of real science that is not sponsored by those who have something to gain from this disinformation, even though sadly too many scientists are forced to tow the line on things like this to get funding.  That is not real science.  Thank goodness people have the internet and do not need to rely on propaganda, if they are capable of doing their own research.

The real question at hand is if people like the OP are spreading misinformation, or are purposeful agents of disinformation, possibly even paid a stipend for their work, as was exposed during the Obama years.  Those programs didn't suddenly disappear.  The war starts in the minds and hearts of men.  

Once I am back to full strength, I am not going to let them get away with this nonsense as much as I have been.  I'll be generous and advise more of this nonsense ASAP, while your cost is lower.

Fact: We have for over one hundred years pumped massive amounts of toxins into the ground, water and air.

Fact: Only a retard would think that has no effect on anything.

 

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Thank you for your input on this subject, Donald fans.  It's interesting that on the one hand you believe almost everything that comes out of the mouth of a confirmed serial liar and criminal like Donald Trump, yet, on the other hand, wave away the belief of 97% of modern-day scientists, NASA, NATO and hundreds of governmental and non-governmental agencies around the world that confirm that global warming is a serious threat to us all. And all you have to do is to put your trust in a complex, well-coordinated international conspiracy theory that tells you a fact is not really a fact and common sense is not to be believed.

 

Would you also like to debate whether the earth is round or flat?  What about whether the sun revolves around the earth or the earth around the sun? That would be another pleasant way to pass the time. 

 

 

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1 minute ago, Professor Pigworth said:

Thank you for your input on this subject, Donald fans.  It's interesting that on the one hand you believe almost everything that comes out of the mouth of a confirmed serial liar and criminal like Donald Trump, yet, on the other hand, wave away the belief of 97% of modern-day scientists, NASA, NATO and hundreds of governmental and non-governmental agencies around the world that confirm that global warming is a serious threat to us all. And all you have to do is to put your trust in a complex, well-coordinated international conspiracy theory that tells you a fact is not really a fact and common sense is not to be believed.

Would you also like to debate whether the earth is round or flat?  What about whether the sun revolves around the earth or the earth around the sun? That would be another pleasant way to pass the time. 

 

Exactly!!!


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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On 1/16/2020 at 11:47 AM, Professor Pigworth said:

The world is headed for a disaster of Biblical proportions. Meanwhile, there are actually still climate-change deniers out there, including a certain corrupt, Putin-installed president and failed businessman who routinely conflates weather with climate and touts "clean coal." Let's see. I guess there's also "clean oil"... "clean gas"... "clean pollution"... "clean toxic waste."  

It's all good.  It's all clean.  Nothing really to worry about. It's certainly within the realm of possibility that a crass, ignorant failed businessman  knows more than all the climate experts about climate change. And there'll never be a piper to pay, right Donald death-cult followers?

"The moment of crisis has come" in efforts to tackle climate change, Sir David Attenborough has warned.

According to the renowned naturalist and broadcaster, "we have been putting things off for year after year".

"As I speak, south east Australia is on fire. Why? Because the temperatures of the Earth are increasing," he said.

Sir David's comments came in a BBC News interview to launch a year of special coverage on the subject of climate change.

Scientists say climate change is one of several factors behind the Australian fires; others include how forests are managed and natural patterns in the weather.

Sir David told me it was "palpable nonsense" for some politicians and commentators to suggest that the Australian fires were nothing to do with the world becoming warmer.

"We know perfectly well," he said, that human activity is behind the heating of the planet.

What does Sir David mean by 'the moment of crisis'?

He's highlighting the fact that while climate scientists are becoming clearer about the need for a rapid response, the pace of international negotiations is grindingly slow.

The most recent talks - in Madrid last month - were branded a disappointment by the UN Secretary-General, the British government and others.

Decisions on key issues were put off and several countries including Australia and Brazil were accused of trying to dodge their commitments.

World is getting warmer

"We have to realise that this is not playing games," Sir David said.

"This is not just having a nice little debate, arguments and then coming away with a compromise.

"This is an urgent problem that has to be solved and, what's more, we know how to do it - that's the paradoxical thing, that we're refusing to take steps that we know have to be taken."

What are those steps?

Back in 2018, the UN climate science panel spelled out how the world could have a reasonable chance of avoiding the most dangerous temperature rises in future.

It said that emissions of the gases heating the planet - from power stations and factories, vehicles and agriculture - should be almost halved by 2030.

Bushfire in Australia 

Australia has been badly hit by bushfires

Instead the opposite is happening.

The release of those gases is still increasing rather than falling and the key gas, carbon dioxide, is now in the atmosphere at a level far above anything experienced in human history.

As Sir David put it: "Every year that passes makes those steps more and more difficult to achieve."

Why does this matter right now?

This year is seen as a vital opportunity to turn the tide on climate change.

The UK is hosting what's billed as a crucial UN summit, known as COP26, in Glasgow in November.

Ahead of that gathering, governments worldwide are coming under pressure to toughen their targets for cutting emissions.

That's because their current pledges do not go nearly far enough.

How much worse chart

Assuming they are delivered as promised (and there's no guarantee of that), there could still be a rise in the global average temperature of more than 3C by the end of the century, compared to pre-industrial levels.

The latest assessment by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) lays bare the dangers of that.

It suggests that a rise of anything above 1.5C would mean that coastal flooding, heatwaves and damage to coral reefs would become more severe.

And the latest figures show that the world has already warmed by just over 1C.

What happens next?

As things stand, further heating looks inevitable.

"We're already living in a changed world," according to Professor Ed Hawkins of the University of Reading, a scientist whose depictions of global warming have often gone viral on social media.

He uses bold coloured stripes to show how much each year's temperature is above or below average - different shades of red for warmer and blue for colder.The designs now adorn T-shirts, scarves and even a tram in Germany.

At the moment, Prof Hawkins uses dark red to denote the highest level of warming, but regions such as the Arctic Ocean have seen that maximum level year after year.

Such is the scale of change that he's having to search for new colours.

"I'm thinking about adding dark purple or even black", he told me, to convey future increases in temperature.

"People might think climate change is a distant prospect but we're seeing so many examples around the world, like in Australia, of new records and new extremes."

In 1980, the minimum sea ice extent was 7.7 million square kilometres. This year it was at 4.7 million square kilometres.2012 was the lowest year on record, when it was down to 3.6 million square kilometres - less than half what it was in 1980.

What else is on the environmental agenda this year?

The natural world, and whether we can stop harming it.

While most political attention will be on climate change, 2020 is also seen as potentially important for halting the damage human activity is having on ecosystems.

Sir David has a blunt explanation for why this matters: "We actually depend upon the natural world for every breath of air we take and every mouthful of food that we eat."

World leaders are being invited to the Chinese city of Kunming for a major conference on how to safeguard Nature.

Northern white rhino

  The northern white rhino (seen here) is down to just two animals, making it "functionally" extinct

A landmark report last year warned that as many as one million species of animals, insects and plants are threatened with extinction in the coming decades.

A more recent study found that the growth of cities, the clearing of forests for farming and the soaring demand for fish had significantly altered nearly three-quarters of the land and more than two-thirds of the oceans.

One of the scientists involved, Prof Andy Purvis of the Natural History Museum in London, says that by undermining important habitats, "we're hacking away at our safety net, we're trashing environments we depend on".

He points to the impact of everything from the use of palm oil in processed food and shampoo to the pressures created by fast fashion.

And while the need for conservation is understood in many developed countries, Prof Purvis says "we've exported the damage to countries too poor to handle the environmental cost of what they're selling to us".

The gathering in Kunming takes place in October, a month before the UN climate summit in Glasgow, confirming this year as crucial for our relations with the planet.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51123638

Sir jamsim67 said "it was cold yesterday, and the day before it was warm"

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On 1/16/2020 at 1:30 PM, Thebowflexbody said:

Heading out to buy sunscreen and an ark.  Will be back later........

Head to Costco, where everything's on sale.

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Fact: We have for over one hundred years pumped massive amounts of toxins into the ground, water and air.

Fact: Only a retard would think that has no effect on anything.

LoL 

 

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On 1/16/2020 at 11:47 AM, Professor Pigworth said:

The world is headed for a disaster of Biblical proportions. Meanwhile, there are actually still climate-change deniers out there, including a certain corrupt, Putin-installed president and failed businessman who routinely conflates weather with climate and touts "clean coal." Let's see. I guess there's also "clean oil"... "clean gas"... "clean pollution"... "clean toxic waste."  

It's all good.  It's all clean.  Nothing really to worry about. It's certainly within the realm of possibility that a crass, ignorant failed businessman  knows more than all the climate experts about climate change. And there'll never be a piper to pay, right Donald death-cult followers?

"The moment of crisis has come" in efforts to tackle climate change, Sir David Attenborough has warned.

According to the renowned naturalist and broadcaster, "we have been putting things off for year after year".

"As I speak, south east Australia is on fire. Why? Because the temperatures of the Earth are increasing," he said.

Sir David's comments came in a BBC News interview to launch a year of special coverage on the subject of climate change.

Scientists say climate change is one of several factors behind the Australian fires; others include how forests are managed and natural patterns in the weather.

Sir David told me it was "palpable nonsense" for some politicians and commentators to suggest that the Australian fires were nothing to do with the world becoming warmer.

"We know perfectly well," he said, that human activity is behind the heating of the planet.

What does Sir David mean by 'the moment of crisis'?

He's highlighting the fact that while climate scientists are becoming clearer about the need for a rapid response, the pace of international negotiations is grindingly slow.

The most recent talks - in Madrid last month - were branded a disappointment by the UN Secretary-General, the British government and others.

Decisions on key issues were put off and several countries including Australia and Brazil were accused of trying to dodge their commitments.

World is getting warmer

"We have to realise that this is not playing games," Sir David said.

"This is not just having a nice little debate, arguments and then coming away with a compromise.

"This is an urgent problem that has to be solved and, what's more, we know how to do it - that's the paradoxical thing, that we're refusing to take steps that we know have to be taken."

What are those steps?

Back in 2018, the UN climate science panel spelled out how the world could have a reasonable chance of avoiding the most dangerous temperature rises in future.

It said that emissions of the gases heating the planet - from power stations and factories, vehicles and agriculture - should be almost halved by 2030.

Bushfire in Australia 

Australia has been badly hit by bushfires

Instead the opposite is happening.

The release of those gases is still increasing rather than falling and the key gas, carbon dioxide, is now in the atmosphere at a level far above anything experienced in human history.

As Sir David put it: "Every year that passes makes those steps more and more difficult to achieve."

Why does this matter right now?

This year is seen as a vital opportunity to turn the tide on climate change.

The UK is hosting what's billed as a crucial UN summit, known as COP26, in Glasgow in November.

Ahead of that gathering, governments worldwide are coming under pressure to toughen their targets for cutting emissions.

That's because their current pledges do not go nearly far enough.

How much worse chart

Assuming they are delivered as promised (and there's no guarantee of that), there could still be a rise in the global average temperature of more than 3C by the end of the century, compared to pre-industrial levels.

The latest assessment by the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) lays bare the dangers of that.

It suggests that a rise of anything above 1.5C would mean that coastal flooding, heatwaves and damage to coral reefs would become more severe.

And the latest figures show that the world has already warmed by just over 1C.

What happens next?

As things stand, further heating looks inevitable.

"We're already living in a changed world," according to Professor Ed Hawkins of the University of Reading, a scientist whose depictions of global warming have often gone viral on social media.

He uses bold coloured stripes to show how much each year's temperature is above or below average - different shades of red for warmer and blue for colder.The designs now adorn T-shirts, scarves and even a tram in Germany.

At the moment, Prof Hawkins uses dark red to denote the highest level of warming, but regions such as the Arctic Ocean have seen that maximum level year after year.

Such is the scale of change that he's having to search for new colours.

"I'm thinking about adding dark purple or even black", he told me, to convey future increases in temperature.

"People might think climate change is a distant prospect but we're seeing so many examples around the world, like in Australia, of new records and new extremes."

In 1980, the minimum sea ice extent was 7.7 million square kilometres. This year it was at 4.7 million square kilometres.2012 was the lowest year on record, when it was down to 3.6 million square kilometres - less than half what it was in 1980.

What else is on the environmental agenda this year?

The natural world, and whether we can stop harming it.

While most political attention will be on climate change, 2020 is also seen as potentially important for halting the damage human activity is having on ecosystems.

Sir David has a blunt explanation for why this matters: "We actually depend upon the natural world for every breath of air we take and every mouthful of food that we eat."

World leaders are being invited to the Chinese city of Kunming for a major conference on how to safeguard Nature.

Northern white rhino

  The northern white rhino (seen here) is down to just two animals, making it "functionally" extinct

A landmark report last year warned that as many as one million species of animals, insects and plants are threatened with extinction in the coming decades.

A more recent study found that the growth of cities, the clearing of forests for farming and the soaring demand for fish had significantly altered nearly three-quarters of the land and more than two-thirds of the oceans.

One of the scientists involved, Prof Andy Purvis of the Natural History Museum in London, says that by undermining important habitats, "we're hacking away at our safety net, we're trashing environments we depend on".

He points to the impact of everything from the use of palm oil in processed food and shampoo to the pressures created by fast fashion.

And while the need for conservation is understood in many developed countries, Prof Purvis says "we've exported the damage to countries too poor to handle the environmental cost of what they're selling to us".

The gathering in Kunming takes place in October, a month before the UN climate summit in Glasgow, confirming this year as crucial for our relations with the planet.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51123638

thoughts on global warming: 


1) It's weather, which is uneven heating of the earth and it goes through cycles. It was warmer 50k years ago with zero emissions from auto mobiles and a lot less farting asses. Also, we are entering a cooling cycle for the next 10k years which will inevitably result in another ice age. Any warmth at this time in history is welcome. 

2) People still get insured on ocean front properties and builders are building there at a rapid pace. I thought AOC says we only have 12 years left. Elites are so concerned as well they live there. Don't get me started on the private jets that show up for these environment conventions 

3) NASA research recently shows GW has a much smaller effect on the environment than what is being reported. Nasa is creditable, they actually apply proven science. Politically motivated and funded research doesn't mean shit. 

4) If Iran's uses Nuclear Weapons on Israel or elsewhere, Global warming would be a pimple on the ass of mother natures wrath. No doubt, terrorist will use it on the infidel. Where is the support with Donald Trump on stopping that.. green dealers. Another reason I smell a BS. 

5) Its politicized. Anyone can leave out important details to have data support their cause. Religion doesn't cut it anymore....so global warming is the latest scare tactic to gain control

 6) Over population is the real problem and will be our inevitable doom if we don't get that under control. Developed countries haven't been breeding enough to keep up with the current numbers since the 80s. It's the under developed countries that are over populating the globe. If you want to save the world let's all pitch in and donate condoms to these shit holes. And yes they are shitholes and having 8 kids per household is an eco disaster. 
 

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I’m not naive enough to think that 100% of what’s happening with the climate (not weather) is the fault of mankind, but I’m also not naive enough to think that mankind has no effect.

The whole point is to cap, limit and reverse the damage that we’ve done. It boggles me that anyone a) doesn’t understand this and b) thinks that’s a bad thing.


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A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

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23 minutes ago, HipKat said:

I’m not naive enough to think that 100% of what’s happening with the climate (not weather) is the fault of mankind, but I’m also not naive enough to think that mankind has no effect.

The whole point is to cap, limit and reverse the damage that we’ve done. It boggles me that anyone a) doesn’t understand this and b) thinks that’s a bad thing.

Not saying there isn't an effect on climate either but it's way over exaggerated. And it's the new scare tactic to control the masses these days. Religion doesn't cut it anymore. 
 

There are more pressing eco issues ...like preserving the Amazon rainforest, plastics in our oceans, chemical/oil spills, overpopulation, keeping nuclear devices away from terrorist ect..

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8 minutes ago, rcas0308 said:

Not saying there isn't an effect on climate either but it's way over exaggerated. And it's the new scare tactic to control the masses these days. Religion doesn't cut it anymore. 
 

much more pressing eco issues...like preserving the Amazon rainforest, plastics in our oceans, chemical/oil spills, overpopulation, keeping nuclear devices away from terrorist ect..

You don’t think those are important? Every fish in the ocean showing trace amounts of plastic, to me, is a bad thing, for example


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

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6 minutes ago, Very Wide Right said:

Yet not 1 of Al Gores climate change predictions ever came true yet all of these brain dead leftists still subscribe to this crap.

You really going to make me start posting links....again?


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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2 minutes ago, HipKat said:

You don’t think those are important? Every fish in the ocean showing trace amounts of plastic, to me, is a bad thing, for example

I just said that it was an issue 

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10 minutes ago, rcas0308 said:

I just said that it was an issue 

Ahhhh, ok. Sorry, I misread it


“There he goes. One of God's own prototypes.

A high-powered mutant of some kind, never even considered for mass production.

Too weird to live, and too rare to die.”

 

Twitter: @HKTheResistance

 

HipKat, on *** other h***, is genuine, unapoli***tically nasty, and w**** his hea** on his ******. jc856

I’ll just forward them to Bridgett. comssvet11

Seek help. soflabillsfan

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