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18 minutes ago, pegman said:

I thought you were telling us that your hometown is now full of the unemployed because Notley cut the world crude price by 2/3rds? Not nice what your calling those folks.

You have been trying to offend me in many ways, so far the only one that cuts is you suggesting I am from Edmonton.

I come from where the bosses live, not the grunts. 

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42 minutes ago, canuckamuck said:

You have been trying to offend me in many ways, so far the only one that cuts is you suggesting I am from Edmonton.

I come from where the bosses live, not the grunts. 

I should have known from your avatar pic.  It was my displeasure, for many years, to have to spend one or two weeks a month in Cowtown. The only good thing I remember about that place was Tuesday pasta nite at the Pallister Hotel lounge.  One of the worst days of my work career was when I found out the corporation i dealt with was moving their headquarters from the great city of Montreal to Calgary. I cried for a week. I should add Caesar's Steak House & Lounge have the best grilled steak in Canada.

 

Back on topic. Real  science  not paid for image.jpg.d64c54c06f451ed8f151de303372ec0d.jpgby the fossil fuel industry. 

https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/

 
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21 minutes ago, brokenbone said:

its modest these days compared to right when earth

came out of the last ice age, sea levels are confirming

we are at the moment at very stable temperatures

and sea level rise historically

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We are currently in an ice age with worsening periodic freeze ups (glaciations).  Each freeze up drops Earth's already historically low CO2 levels to the point of death. As things start dying, massive atmospheric dust starts melting the miles deep ice and the cycles continue. They don't call CO2 the molecule of life for no reason.

 

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987116300305

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42 minutes ago, brokenbone said:

its modest these days compared to right when earth

came out of the last ice age, sea levels are confirming

we are at the moment at very stable temperatures

and sea level rise historically

temp 1880 2018.jpg

Holocene_Temperature_Variations.png

sea level rise.jpg

And yet more unattributed ripped content.

 

Please provide a link to where you got these images.

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5 minutes ago, pegman said:

I should have known from your avatar pic.  It was my displeasure, for many years, to have to spend one or two weeks a month in Cowtown. The only good thing I remember about that place was Tuesday pasta nite at the Pallister Hotel lounge.  One of the worst days of my work career was when I found out the corporation i dealt with was moving their headquarters from the great city of Montreal to Calgary. I cried for a week. 

Not surprising, It's more of a traditional small town atmosphere, Real men with real jobs.  

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On 10/18/2019 at 9:30 AM, thaibeachlovers said:

The human % of CO2 is small compared to natural causes. I doubt anything we can do will make any difference whatsoever in the overall situation.

Try getting everyone with a fossil fuelled vehicle to buy a new electric one- impossible. They couldn't even make enough electric cars in the next 10 years and that's when the doom merchants say it's sayonara for us.

I gather the CEO of British Airways has asserted that data centres have as large a carbon footprint as air travel. Perhaps Thunberg and her pals should stop using social media

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1 hour ago, pegman said:

I should have known from your avatar pic.  It was my displeasure, for many years, to have to spend one or two weeks a month in Cowtown. The only good thing I remember about that place was Tuesday pasta nite at the Pallister Hotel lounge.  One of the worst days of my work career was when I found out the corporation i dealt with was moving their headquarters from the great city of Montreal to Calgary. I cried for a week. I should add Caesar's Steak House & Lounge have the best grilled steak in Canada.

 

Back on topic. Real  science  not paid for image.jpg.d64c54c06f451ed8f151de303372ec0d.jpgby the fossil fuel industry. 

https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/

 

I love that chart. All we need now is yet even more C02- like four times more, when during the Cretaceous period, life flourished.

 

As far as C02 not going over that line "for millennia"- not very impressive. A million years is only 0.0002% of Earth's timeline.

 

Not impressive at all.

 

I believe this is at the core of global warming hysterics. The figures bandied about are based on a human timeline when Earth's existence is on a geological timeline.

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23 minutes ago, canuckamuck said:

Not surprising, It's more of a traditional small town atmosphere, Real men with real jobs.  

 

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3 minutes ago, Sujo said:

You guys still going on about this.

 

The UN gathered the best climate scientists in the world. They investigated all the evidence and made their decision. 

 

The science is settled and no amount of posturing from pundits on here will change that.

Why do you think the UN has the authority to decide matters of science? And why would anyone be bound by any decision they do or don't make?

 

Oh and of course, the science is not settled. Constantly repeating it won't make it so.

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8 minutes ago, Crazy Alex said:

Why do you think the UN has the authority to decide matters of science? And why would anyone be bound by any decision they do or don't make?

 

Oh and of course, the science is not settled. Constantly repeating it won't make it so.

196 COUNTRIES signed the Paris Accord. That's about all of them. 

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1 hour ago, pegman said:

I should have known from your avatar pic.  It was my displeasure, for many years, to have to spend one or two weeks a month in Cowtown. The only good thing I remember about that place was Tuesday pasta nite at the Pallister Hotel lounge.  One of the worst days of my work career was when I found out the corporation i dealt with was moving their headquarters from the great city of Montreal to Calgary. I cried for a week. I should add Caesar's Steak House & Lounge have the best grilled steak in Canada.

 

Back on topic. Real  science  not paid for image.jpg.d64c54c06f451ed8f151de303372ec0d.jpgby the fossil fuel industry. 

https://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/

 

What that graph shows, beyond a shadow of a doubt, is that even when you increase CO2 by 40% you see no difference in warming that cannot be attributed to natural causes. It is the nail in the coffin for climate hysteria.

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I don't get the co2 chart what does it say the percentage is as part of the atmosphere? I thought it was 0.04% and of that a mere 3% was man made, hardly something for Greta to be pouting and shouting about. Looking at people trying to interview her without her handlers stopping them she cannot answer simple questions.

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1 hour ago, rabas said:

 

We are currently in an ice age with worsening periodic freeze ups (glaciations).  Each freeze up drops Earth's already historically low CO2 levels to the point of death. As things start dying, massive atmospheric dust starts melting the miles deep ice and the cycles continue. They don't call CO2 the molecule of life for no reason.

 

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1674987116300305

Worsening periodic freeze ups, what ever they are.

 

Evidence please.

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3 minutes ago, canuckamuck said:

What that graph shows, beyond a shadow of a doubt, is that even when you increase CO2 by 40% you see no difference in warming that cannot be attributed to natural causes. It is the nail in the coffin for climate hysteria.

Perhaps you should read the linked article from where the graph was taken.

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