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OT:  Australia gets it right...

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On 12/11/2013 6:09 AM, Jim Thompson wrote:
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That would be the same guy who makes political decisions based on his  
religious beliefs........ the guy who want's abortions banned, the guy  
who goes out of his way to block same sex marriages.

He's a nut bag & got voted in not on his value, but the disdain felt  
toward the opposition.



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  It is about time SOMEONE woke up!


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On Mon, 11 Nov 2013 15:09:29 -0700, Jim Thompson

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"... no intention of participating in whatever globalist,
redistributive, and ostensibly “green” cockamamie scheme the UN comes
up with next."

Yeah, that sure sounds like an open minded unbiased opinion with no
hidden agenda, doesn't it?

Re: OT: Australia gets it right...
On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 12:03:14 -0500, defaullt

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Can you demonstrate factually that your green bias/position is
correct?
        
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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 10:43:57 -0700, Jim Thompson

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My comment was intended to castigate the tone of http://hotair.com 's
EMOTIONAL pitch.

This is the same tactic used by con men of all ilk.  The idea is to
have the "mark (you and I) "reacting" emotionally to what is being
said, and not analyzing what is being said.  

When humans are reacting emotionally they don't employ reason and
don't think analytically.  They are much less critical of what is said
and tend to accept without questioning the facts.

If you wanted to make a point, to a logical objective thinking person,
a more reasoned and less impassioned plea would make sense.

Religions, politicians, etc. (and yes "environmentalists") all do it
because it is an effective way to manipulate the gullible masses.

Whenever I read things that are obviously intended to be manipulative
by their choice of words, I know that someone is lying to me.  

And he may well be right in his opinion (couldn't call it an
"assessment") but it isn't because he knows what he's talking about,
but he could be right in spite of his best efforts.

My personal opinion, not having studied the problem or having the
education to do so, is that the predominant opinion of the relevant
scientists is probably correct and global warming is real and more
likely than not caused by man.    

BUT BUT BUT I am equally of the opinion that whatever "solution" that
is proposed will, more likely than not, turn out to be a
redistribution in wealth from the older technologies to the newer
ones, be used to effect some nefarious political end, and be too
little and too late.  I'm old enough so it doesn't matter to me
personally, but does spiritually (I'm an atheist so morality is a
personal thing)

I agree with you on one point - whatever the UN comes up with will be
more political in nature and not practical and won't solve shit.

An off the wall, out of the box, unknown (today) technology stands a
better chance of working - something like adding some chemical to
jetliners that increases cloud cover, reducing population, etc..

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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 15:54:42 -0500, defaullt

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So much for the sermon.

My personal opinion, having studied the problem and having the
education to do so, is that the predominant opinion of the pretend
scientists is incorrect and global warming is a fraud perpetrated by
academia types who profit from the ongoing folderol.
        
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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 14:23:39 -0700, Jim Thompson

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and therein lies the problem - human greed, great for a tribal
society, certainly a good survival trait many years ago, but not the
best trait for a limited world and large populations.

If you are swayed by an emotional appeal, and your cite would seem to
indicate you are, you are easily manipulated.

That is not  a good thing.

Face it - your post doesn't support your position.  Mere folderol
intended to sway the gullible; and it makes you look bad too.  Cite
some more rational empirical evidence if you want to make a point, not
some idiot politician.

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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 16:46:55 -0500, defaullt

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Cut the shit.  Run some energy numbers and come back and tell me
_facts_!
        
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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 17:42:57 -0700, Jim Thompson

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If you feel that strongly perhaps there's a more appropriate forum for
your rants.  Doubtless you could lock horns with someone above your
own expertise in climatology.  The question is, do you want to know
the truth or do you want to cling to an opinion?  

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On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 21:37:50 -0500, defaullt

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Whatza matter no grant money?

Cheers

Re: OT: Australia gets it right...
On Tue, 12 Nov 2013 22:24:32 -0500, Martin Riddle

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<:-}
        
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Re: OT: Australia gets it right...
Am 13.11.2013 01:42, schrieb Jim Thompson:

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That? the normal reaction of JT, when his arguments are gone out. He´s  
an incorrigibble right-wing ignorant, obviously he doesn´t know the  
difference between Weather an climate.

Due to his narrow horizon he can discuss only like the industry ( or in  
other cases  other wealthy american lobbyists like NRA)

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Peter, Show us some NUMBERS, not bloviations.

It's lefties who always resort to smug BS retorts to side-step the
facts... not the right-wing.

Go climb in bed with Slowman >:-}
        
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Re: OT: Australia gets it right...
On Wed, 13 Nov 2013 08:53:43 -0700, Jim Thompson  

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In all the numbers that create greenhouse gasses why are substantial  
'natural' sources left out?
1. methane boiling out of the melting tundra, etc
2. increased, sporadic volcanic activity
3. reduction of plankton [more an absorber, than a source]
4. Indonesia on fire, burning now for more than 10 years
etc


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Simple. It doesn't support their dogma.


Re: OT: Australia gets it right...
On Wed, 13 Nov 2013 09:04:36 -0700, RobertMacy

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Yep. One good volcano eruption and we're all dead.

Lefties seem to want us to feel continual pain prior to the final
event.

Why aren't lefties concerned about the Argon... almost 27X that of
CO2?  They should be checking their kids every night and get concerned
when they start glowing in the dark ;-)

Maybe it's the lefties' farts that are they main CO2 issue... they
certainly do enough of it by mouth >:-}
        
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Re: OT: Australia gets it right...
Am 13.11.2013 17:23, schrieb Jim Thompson:
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Go back to school and learn about physics, before you tell such a crap here.

The only thing you are driven by is your all-consuming hate against  
everything that has not you political opinion.

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here.

Hmmm.  You sound a lot like pot,kettel:=black.

Try finding some well documented facts to present.  Like my favorite to
rip, ice core data misrepresentations.

?-)

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why would they glow? Natural argon is not radioactive.


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