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6 hours ago, Bluespunk said:

Oh, I think the head in the sand brigade are ignoring enough reality for us all. 

surely  our heads  should be underwater by  now  not  in the sand?

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1 hour ago, Tug said:

Change is real

of  course change is real NOTHING stays the same

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1 hour ago, Jingthing said:

Particularly dramatic is the testimony of a pilot in Alaska who has been flying over the same glacial area for decades.

and is  so concerned he cant stop  flying over it  ,one of the biggest polluters  according to the climate  brigade

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3 minutes ago, Chazar said:

not "would" I always  like the vagueness.........Maldives  still  there

 

Even if the Maldives go underwater it is just Mother Nature reclaiming them. Water gets a little deeper, people go away, reefs thrive without people and a unique natural area is born. 

 

Okay what about Bangkok sinking? Well Bangkok is an atrocity to Mother Earth the planet is better off without Bangkok, NYC, LA, etc. Coastal mega cities produce the largest share of pollution anyway. 

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27 minutes ago, Chazar said:

surely  our heads  should be underwater by  now  not  in the sand?

Ah, the humour of deniers...just like their grasp of the dangers we face-it just isn’t funny. 

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1 hour ago, Chazar said:

and is  so concerned he cant stop  flying over it  ,one of the biggest polluters  according to the climate  brigade

It's a she. It's a very small plane. But I take it you're not really interested in what she observed and what it means to the future of our planet, right? 

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Correction. My memory was off about the Root glacier changes in Alaska. The pilot had only been flying over it for 15 years, not decades. But guess what? That's even more of a dramatic report then. She reports in ONLY 15 YEARS she has personally witnessed very dramatic changes in that same place (35 miles long and 2 miles wide). Yes, things change naturally over many thousands and millions of years. Ocean areas can become deserts. But that quickly? Come on now.

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Off-topic, troll post and posts violating Fair Use Policy removed.  

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9 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

Island countries that could disappear due to rising sea levels

Well that's definitive. There is no climate change consensus

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59 minutes ago, Jingthing said:

Correction. My memory was off about the Root glacier changes in Alaska. The pilot had only been flying over it for 15 years, not decades. But guess what? That's even more of a dramatic report then. She reports in ONLY 15 YEARS she has personally witnessed very dramatic changes in that same place (35 miles long and 2 miles wide). Yes, things change naturally over many thousands and millions of years. Ocean areas can become deserts. But that quickly? Come on now.

there are reports every decade since 1920 that arctic is melting,

so thats every 10 years. regardless, arctic was 7ft thick 1958 and is 8.3 ft thick today,

so its growing when its not melting

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8 minutes ago, brokenbone said:

there are reports every decade since 1920 that arctic is melting,

so thats every 10 years. regardless, arctic was 7ft thick 1958 and is 8.3 ft thick today,

so its growing when its not melting

That sounds really credible. :wacko:

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2 minutes ago, Jingthing said:

That sounds really credible. :wacko:

i have proof, but its archived newspaper articles and unlike graphs its not clear

if those data falls under fair use, -scott deleted them

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3 hours ago, Jingthing said:

Correction. My memory was off about the Root glacier changes in Alaska. The pilot had only been flying over it for 15 years, not decades. But guess what? That's even more of a dramatic report then. She reports in ONLY 15 YEARS she has personally witnessed very dramatic changes in that same place (35 miles long and 2 miles wide). Yes, things change naturally over many thousands and millions of years. Ocean areas can become deserts. But that quickly? Come on now.

That only confirms there has been warming, not the cause. It's either getting warmer or colder. It never stays the same. Glaciers are growing in other areas.

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