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IT is all the gas i let out .... u know what kind of gas i speak of dang it!
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Different Authors and contributors. Just because it has in your view 'one source' does not necessarily make it so. Infact that website I provided receives daily contributions from different authors and websites so it is in fact a database of articles from various sources/authors. As the saying goes 'Never judge a book by it's cover'.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Globalresearch.ca

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centre_..._Globalisation

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Originally Posted by xenophobe View Post
Humans are so egocentric, they have to believe that they're capable of affecting cosmic events.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ozone_d...f_observations
Edited by seward - 10/30/11 at 5:31pm
post #23 of 55
It's cyclical.

It shoudn't take a prominent anything to realize this, unless he or those backing this physicist have an agenda for this enlightened declaration.

Maybe in the way of let's tax eveyone for breathing that is.
 
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Yeah global warming alright.

We just had a pretty decent snowstorm yesterday that took down a massive amount of trees/branches and ended up leaving 3 million people in this area without power. I honestly can't remember the last time we had snow in October in this part of New Jersey.

Global warming my butt. It's a natural cold/hot cycle.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 10/30/11 at 5:58pm
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Why are people studying this still? Al Gore declared the issue solved and debate over in the 90s.
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Originally Posted by blackbalt89 View Post
Yeah global warming alright.

We just had a pretty decent snowstorm yesterday that took down a massive amount of trees/branches and ended up leaving 3 million people in this area without power. I honestly can't remember the last time we had snow in October in this part of New Jersey.

Global warming my butt. It's a natural cold/hot cycle.
You really should just shush... be quiet! "its snowing, therefore no GW"(Man-made or otherwise). You clearly know nothing of gulf-stream, global wind-cycle.).

Shush!
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Originally Posted by Gunderman456 View Post
It's cyclical.

It shoudn't take a prominent anything to realize this, unless he or those backing this physicist have an agenda for this enlightened declaration.

Maybe in the way of let's tax eveyone for breathing that is.
?

I'll respond to what I think you mean by saying this: if you read the entire news article in the OP, you'd understand that all he found with the $600,000 in funding his team got from the Koch brothers (as well as other grants of course), was that the data supported rapidly increasing surface temperatures. One of the many "rules of thumb" when dealing with scientific reasoning may help you understand this: correlation is not causation. This is simply an observation that frankly hasn't been credibly debunked with an hard evidence.
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You might want to read up on your sources: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centre_..._Globalisation

You're citing op-ed articles from a conspiracy theorist club.
Citing Wikipedia which is a highly disputed and non-respectable source one that is especially considered illegal to source in Colleges and University gives you the claim and the right to debunk/refute my sources and articles that I provided. I didn't think so. In fact the simple labeling and generalization 'conspiracy theorist' is more so a human mechanism used to ostricize and to classify those who do not view or conform to societal norms.

Again read the above post. Citing Wikipedia considering it's academic status in Universities or Colleges highly contradicts your claims. If you are attempting to debunk or refute the evidence provided in the articles in my post that you are quoting then I am afraid that has been unsuccessful.
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Citing Wikipedia which is a highly disputed and non-respectable source one that is especially considered illegal to source in Colleges and University gives you the claim and the right to debunk/refute my sources and articles that I provided. I didn't think so. In fact the simple labeling and generalization 'conspiracy theorist' is more so a human mechanism used to ostricize and to classify those who do not view or conform to societal norms.

[...]

Again read the above post. Citing Wikipedia considering it's academic status in Universities or Colleges highly contradicts your claims. If you are attempting to debunk or refute the evidence provided in the articles in my post that you are quoting then I am afraid that has been unsuccessful.
http://news.cnet.com/2100-1038_3-5997332.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reliability_of_Wikipedia ()
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Earth, air, water, and fire used to be the components of the universe.
The Earth used to be the center of the universe.
Humans could not fly.
The atom could not be split.
The sound barrier was an impenetrable "wall".

I just keep an open mind and do my best to not foul the planet.
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