What Do We Think About Climate Change

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  1. troy2000
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    You missed me again, Mark. Just like you did with your talk about foo-foo coffee drinks. What makes you think that sort of stuff is part of my world?:confused:
     
  2. troy2000
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    So are you changing your mind now and saying that AGW is real, just because someone said it's good for us?
     
  3. Elmo
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    The only " Myth " is your intelligence actually.

    Listen to what he says , again and again and again .....if you have to.......___HE___WAS THE ONE PINNING MARKETS TO " the climate change Myth ".....apparently it has escaped you that " the only point " is NOT in fact what you are blubbering about , so ...It has to be asked ............ARE YOU DEAF AND RETARDED ?
     
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    They said the Buffalo, were infinite and inexhaustable, then the same about the passenger pidgeon, then the northern cod, then the salmon, then the whales. Man is too insignificant to a have any effect on them. Now they say the same about the atmosphere.
    Amazing that some are still dense enough to believe that.
     
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    When they sign onto a fraudulent power-grabbing travesty of a theory, they cease to be legitimate scientists and become, instead, members of the political hacks club.
     
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    Gold is up. The dollar is down. Obama is left and I am right.
     
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    Although I agree with the general thrust of what you're saying, I might disagree with you a little on the buffalo. It's my understanding that some elements (both in and out of government) actively encouraged the slaughter of the herds to deprive plains Indians of their livelihood and mobility, and force them onto reservations. Obviously, they understood there were a finite number of buffalo....
     
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    As long as you keep insisting the vast majority of scientists worldwide are members of some 'political hacks club,' you have no credibility. Period.
     
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    I'm honored.:eek:
     
  10. mark775

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    Troy, I was jus' funnin ya'.

    "They said the Buffalo, were infinite and inexhaustable, then the same about the passenger pidgeon, then the northern cod, then the salmon, then the whales. Man is too insignificant to a have any effect on them. Now they say the same about the atmosphere.
    Amazing that some are still dense enough to believe that."


    Who said the buffalo were infinite and inexhaustible? Cape buffalo or water buffalo?
    Walter or Harry? Since you refer to a "passenger", I assume you mean Walter because Harry Pidgeon sailed his own boat.
    What's a "northern cod"? Do you mean "Atlantic cod", Gadus morhua?
    What salmon do you refer to?
    What whales do you refer to?
    In what order did the aforementioned critters become inexhaustible, then not inexhaustible and what role did man play?
    Brent Swain, there is simply no other tack to take with you - Everything you is say is retarded, your very existence is testiment to the forgiving, benevolent nature of man.
     
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    Since mark775 has, as far as I have been able to tell, never made a single constructive, insightful, or intelligent comment in this entire thread, I suggest that from this time forward no one read or respond to any of his posts.
     
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    Now, Alan. If you start holding people to those standards, there isn't going to be anyone left to talk to....:p
     
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    Nothing has changed here ...see you all in another six months....:D
     
  14. mark775

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    Obviously, DeadWood, I am not going to compete with you on chemical formulations - I have a life and am not paid to pick my nose while playing Freecell, Googling AGW arguments, and ogling the newest class of bacne'd Abercrombie thong/push-up bra future wives of public employees being churned out by a public university. I am an expert on truth, right and wrong and as far as I have been able to tell, you have never made a single constructive, insightful, or intelligent right comment in this entire thread. Trust me - you shud just regress to the more malleable souls of the froshling because your bluster does not carry sway ouside of academia and with a few starstruck apple-polishers without the time or intelligence to find truth themselves (Bos will get there, eventually, but has too many irons in the fire. Troy fights just to fight. Your students believe you as an authority figure and they grew up in the age of AlGore. Shitheads getting grants nod yes. Everyone else, in the world, thinks you are full of it.). Think about this, hotshot - you are taking the time to galvanize eight people on an internet forum. WTF is wrong with you?
     
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    Bye bye.
     
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