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Old 12-22-2008, 09:32 PM
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To me it's a hard sell! Sure, anything toxic mankind puts into the environment
can't be good. But most of all I'm freezing my a** off!
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If your so damn cold, then put another log on the fire!
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You're going to like this; there is serious discussions now that we are in the initial phase of an ice age. Current understanding suggests the last great ice age came on in as little as 3-yrs, as long as 20-years. The weather pattern is consistent with what it would take to make ice, increased rain/snow that put more water o nthe ground, and lower than normal temps to keep there longer.

I have no idea if we are really going into an ice age, but I do know there is no scientific support for the idea that man in any way influences the weather. Hell, you could set off nuke all around this planet and it wouldn't affect the weather. It would piss off a lot of people but that's about all it would do.
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Eyeball - 12/23/2008 4:09 AM

You're going to like this; there is serious discussions now that we are in the initial phase of an ice age. Current understanding suggests the last great ice age came on in as little as 3-yrs, as long as 20-years.

I have no idea if we are really going into an ice age, but I do know there is no scientific support for the idea that man in any way influences the weather.
Of course! Professor Eyeball, Esq. has spoken!! Perhaps you could post the link to the fringe website where you get your "science" information from, Professor. Best to stick with what you REALLY know something about - nothing.

Hey, how's that creationism crusade coming along, Professor?

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Time to clean the bildge with this one! and we are off and running!
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Eyeball - 12/23/2008 4:09 AM

You're going to like this; there is serious discussions now that we are in the initial phase of an ice age. Current understanding suggests the last great ice age came on in as little as 3-yrs, as long as 20-years. The weather pattern is consistent with what it would take to make ice, increased rain/snow that put more water o nthe ground, and lower than normal temps to keep there longer.

I have no idea if we are really going into an ice age, but I do know there is no scientific support for the idea that man in any way influences the weather. Hell, you could set off nuke all around this planet and it wouldn't affect the weather. It would piss off a lot of people but that's about all it would do.
I am glad my life does not depend on someone like you ,setting off a nuke would create seriuos problems ,that would affect everyone in this planet, not to mention possibly millions of people lost ,and the radiation left behind which will affect the life of many more to come . If you are interested in getting knwledge go to Chernobil ,that happened more than two decades ago ,look at the results ,and that only was a small explosion of a reactor with 90% comtainment .
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and how exactly did ChernobYl affect weather patterns?
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Hydro - 12/23/2008 8:12 PM

Eyeball - 12/23/2008 4:09 AM

You're going to like this; there is serious discussions now that we are in the initial phase of an ice age. Current understanding suggests the last great ice age came on in as little as 3-yrs, as long as 20-years.

I have no idea if we are really going into an ice age, but I do know there is no scientific support for the idea that man in any way influences the weather.
Perhaps you could post the link to the fringe website where you get your "science" information from ...

Google is your friend: But be warned, it is designed to keep stupid people stupid. Let us know if you have any problem with your search.

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In the Bildge!
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Old 12-23-2008, 10:39 AM
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There was actually an article on this a few weeks ago on MSN homepage (I think), with many other relevant links. Seems the earth will tilt on its axis (slightly) as it has numerous times before in the past, causing another ice age - although the severity is unknown. A number of articles I read on this subject actually indicated man caused global warming (if it exists) may actually lessen the effects of another ice age. Most of the referenced timeframes I saw were 6000 to 100000 years. Anyway, there are numerous links available on the next ice age if you google it.
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http://www.plusaf.com/lessons/global...htm#tempgraphs
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Google is your friend: But be warned, it is designed to keep stupid people stupid. Let us know if you have any problem with your search.
No, real science is my friend. Not Google fringe websites. And i don't believe you need any help to prove your own stupidity, Professor Eyeball, Esq. Would you care to re-post your famous "there is no scientific evidence for evolution" thread for us? Its OK if you don't; we remember.



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Eyeball - 12/18/2008 3:05 PM

Sometimes when I am stopped at a red traffic light, I wait until it turns green, for the car behind me to move up a little, and the car behind him to move up a little. Then I turn on my emergency flashers, get out and walks back to get something out of the trunk.
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Eyeball, it appears that you have an internet stalker.
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I hate stalkers were is menizes when you need him???
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There was a recent article that was signed by 650 science gurus...basically stating that global warming/cooling was a natural cycle of the earth....I'll try to find it...
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Sometimes when I am stopped at a red traffic light, I wait until it turns green, for the car behind me to move up a little, and the car behind him to move up a little. Then I turn on my emergency flashers, get out and walks back to get something out of the trunk. Got to watch that aroung here people carry concealed hand guns and bigger!
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slickster - 12/23/2008 8:42 PM

There was a recent article that was signed by 650 science gurus...basically stating that global warming/cooling was a natural cycle of the earth....I'll try to find it...
No need to bother, my friend. They weren't "science gurus"; ANYONE could "sign" it and did. There are lawyers and businessmen on it - they never checked anyone's credentials. And i'll help you do the labor - you can find it on Sen. Inhofe's (R-OK) blog site. That's a very reliable source of objective science - check it out for yourself!



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The name of the article was "More Than 650 International Scientists Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims" not "650 Wacko's Dissent Over Man-Made Global Warming Claims". http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.c...0-274616db87e6 the link has a direct link to the full PDF report along with other information. I am no scientist however I can smell BS in the theory of man made global warming, go ahead call me stupid ect. However I think there are many that would fall on the skeptic side.
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Hydro - 12/24/2008 9:19 AM

Would you care to re-post your famous "there is no scientific evidence for evolution" thread for us?
If you would like to start a thread on a different topic I'd be happy to comment there.

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