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Quietly Burying the Truth

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To suggest climate change and extreme weather arent very real factors today is a being more than just a little bit naive. I think it's safe to say that we're all directly experiencing this very strange weather of the last few years in many shapes and forms. Don't get me wrong though...I do not believe for a second that any of it is "man-made." That carbon footprint garbage is no more than a revenue generating scam, also perpetrated for control. Our solar system as a whole is enduring much climate change at the moment, so it's not limited to just Earth.

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volcanoes, oceans, and solar activity accounts for the vast majority of the variance with respect to global climate. the biggest thing mankind can do to affect global climate is to have a nuclear war. were pakistan and india alone to engage in such a war, 80% of the world's populace would be wiped out between that conflict and the ensuing fallout.

even a cursory glance at a few emails released from the climategate scandal reveals that the computer models used to analyze past data inserted the variance manually to create the supposed "hockey stick" phenomenon. take that one matrix away and the raw data shows EXACTLY what Met did a few weeks ago.

while climatologists would concentrate on the artic melting towards the pole they conveniently leave out a mass of data showing that the south pole is no covered in more ice than almost any time in earth's history.

meanwhile, billions of dollars in EU scam companies due to a pretty slide show later, we actively engage in institutionalizing western kids in their respective education systems with videos about how we are killing polar bears with our carbon footprint. We modify the format by removing tom brokaw's report of how NYC will be underwater by 2010 when it becomes obvious that said alarmism is revealed to be only that.

so yeah, keep on forgetting recent history of our arrogance of "understanding" and proceed with a green agenda regardless of the veracity of data to the contrary

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I post this picture every time people fall for this:

skeptscience-realistclimate.gif

also climategate has been thoroughly debunked as a load of hype

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A nuclear war just between Pakistan and India might result in 80% of the population in that area being killed, but not 80% of the population of the world. Even the most dire predictions I have read didn't indicate anything that bad.

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so the rebuttal involves assuming climate doesn't exist beyond 30 years ago involving data largely in the northern hemisphere, and ignoring said comment about nuclear war fatalities involve fallout rather than direct exposure

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so your rebuttal involves quote mining from hacked emails that were proved to be lies and selectively cherry picking data [shocker]?

every single thing in that article is bullshit and you act like a british right-wing tabloid should be taken as the final word on the subject.

there's simply nothing I can do to help you.

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if novelist michael crichton can effectvely put together a better research treatise than the picture book released by a politician to make a case for at least pausing to consider the facts, one would assume the actual scientist has some gravitas about him. hell, just pull up various predictions from a mere 10-15 years ago from these same experts and their authoritative claim on "irrefutable truth" and the average kid knows that something doesn't add up

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yawn

this has already gotten more coverage than it deserves, but there's some rebuttals there for people that want to look at the whole picture from reputable people and not a gossip mag.

careful though theres a whole lot of GREENAGENDAOMG

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