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Man-Caused Global Warming and/or Climate Change is a Lie

By maxwell edison ·
It always has been, it still is, and it always will be a lie.

I've been consistent in calling it a total lie for ten, twenty, or more years.

When will the Man-Caused Global Warming and/or Climate Change advocates either be tarred-and-feathered and run outta' town, or better yet, be charged and prosecuted for criminal misconduct?

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by CharlieSpencer In reply to Man-Caused Global Warming ...

Are you disputing global warming in general, or only the question of human actions as wholly responsible?

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by maxwell edison In reply to Question.

Are you disputing global warming in general, or only the question of human actions as wholly responsible?

The question of human actions as wholly (or even partially) responsible?

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Uh okay

by Oz_Media In reply to Answer

You are a man of religious faith, if I remember correctly.

However you don't believe that when scientists find specific atmospheric changes that are present during the natural climate changes, which have occurred for billions of years, that our increase i said atmospheric gases will have ANY adverse effect on the speed of which those changes occur.

We know that water contains hydrogen however, by your claims, if we were to pump pure hydrogen into water for several decades, water's properties would not change and, if they did, it would not be due to the increased hydrogen we added to it.

Never did go to science class huh?
Been to church and prayed to The Almighty though?

It's like listening to someone who believes in fairy tales telling you that wrestling is fake.

You need some credibility to make a point, maybe that's why you have been effortlessly repeating yuorself for 20+ years.

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And how about

by jdclyde In reply to Uh okay

theory of evolution, that we all came from a "big bang" of nothing? Goes directly against the laws of physics. "Matter can neither be created nor destroyed".

Just curious.

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Big-bang theory.

by boxfiddler Moderator In reply to And how about

What was there to cause a big bang and how did it get there?

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Er, yeah

by Oz_Media In reply to And how about

If something explodes, there is matter. It doesn't need to be 'created' it already exists and simply changes it's form and properties.

We can see the early stages of the big bang, by sighting planets and stars billions of light years away. Sure they have changed now but what we see today is an image that occurred billions of years ago and took that long to reach us. Some of those planets and stars may not even exist today, I guess well know in another few billion years. Damn, light can seem to travel slow sometimes!

With all these bodies moving at extreme speeds in and outward direction from 'somewhere', they are obviously coming from somwhere. Once we see planets moving in the OTHER direction, away from us, it wil be pretty conclusive that we found the center of the universe we see.

But you're right, a fictional BELIEF that offers no compelling evidence whatsoever is so much more plausible.

What are you asking Santa for this year?

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Through it all, Oz

by santeewelding In reply to Er, yeah

How do you handle it?

Certainly not through platitudes.

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Look, it's perfectly simple

by neilb@uk In reply to And how about

Before the Big Bang, there were no laws of physics. The Big Bang created the laws and set the universal constants so that the Universe evolved the way it did.

Nothing curious about it at all.


It's not "Evolution", though. We've had THAT argument before.

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Big bang's still going on...

by AnsuGisalas In reply to Look, it's perfectly simp ...

It ain't over till it's over, and then, so will we be :)

Kind of like how TR is so quiet now.

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Everyone knows that we're really just

by Darryl~ Moderator In reply to And how about

in a big snow globe that a very large kid is shaking

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