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President 17/01/20(Fri)16:57 No. 1071
1071

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I don't understand how this is evidence against manmade climate change when this could potentially display a change in the planet's climate or just be a rare occurrence. I thought manmade climate change was humans having a massive impact on the planet to where we're essentially terraforming it in undesirable ways?

This was the first time it snowed in the Sahara desert in over 37 years. This has happened before so it could not even be evidence for or against manmade climate change.

http://www.businessinsider.com/snowfall-in-sahara-desert-photos-2016-12


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President 17/02/08(Wed)10:13 No. 1156
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>this one event happened, therefore climate change must be a hoax
This is what some people actually believe. Isolated individual events are of greater importance than statistics gathered from millions of data points worldwide.

Though typically it goes more like
>because it snowed by me one time last winter global warming must be a hoax


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President 17/02/09(Thu)04:43 No. 1161

>greater importance than statistics gathered from millions of data points worldwide.

Then carefully 'massaged' to fit a climate change narrative.


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President 17/02/09(Thu)06:11 No. 1163

>>1161
>climate change narrative
The earth is getting hotter, rapidly. The increase in global temperature coordinates with the increase in carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gasses produced by burning fossil fuels. Many government and private organizations have researched and verified this independently.

Remember CFCs (aka Freon)? In the seventies we realized that we were responsible for major damage to the Ozone layer, having created a hole over Antarctica that nearly stretched to Australia. Even with only a five percent thinning of their ozone layer between the eighties and nineties, people's daily lives changed in Australia. It took thirty years to phase out all legal CFC production and the hole is finally starting to recover, but a black market persists and it could be a century before the damage is fully undone.

That hole, which we made, allows large amounts of UV radiation through, melting Antarctica and warming the oceans. CO2 keeps that heat in the lower atmosphere, accelerating the temperature rise on the ground and cooling the upper atmosphere--which causes the seasonal holes formed over the Arctic to increase in size each year, accelerating the process.

But you don't have to take my word for it, just go on disbelieving science and electing politicians with no foresight until the whole planet is uninhabitable. If we're lucky, neither of us will live long enough to see the result of your stupidity.


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President 17/02/09(Thu)08:27 No. 1167

>>1163
only if you're gay lol


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President 17/02/10(Fri)11:50 No. 1170

>>1167
So I guess comprehending scientific proof is for fags.

Idiocracy is here. Right here, right now.


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President 17/02/11(Sat)06:35 No. 1172

>So I guess comprehending scientific propaganda is for fags.

fixed it for you


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President 17/02/11(Sat)13:16 No. 1174

>>1172
I'd tell you to kill yourself, but if you continue covering your eyes and ears and screaming while our incompetent leadership spreads disinformation to keep you comfortable and voting for them, you'll kill all of us.


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President 17/02/11(Sat)20:48 No. 1175

Believing that climate change is a predominately manmade phenomena.

Your gullibility is amazing.

Believing that your glorious heroes will save us from their chicken little nightmare is pathetic.


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President 17/02/12(Sun)05:26 No. 1178

make Antartica green again


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President 17/02/12(Sun)09:00 No. 1180

the alien overlords won't like that idea


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President 17/02/13(Mon)16:24 No. 1184

>>1175
Believing that it isn't, despite decades of research proving that it is, because a few politcal and commercial strongmen with no scientific qualifications say so. Who's the gullible one?

>glorious heroes will save us
No, this I don't believe. I believe you will win and the planet will die. I think we deserve it for letting people like you participate in society.


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President 17/02/13(Mon)19:51 No. 1185

>>1184
It's not a wise bet to bet against the adaptability of humans. Our species has a way of stubbornly persisting in one way or another, whether you like it or not.

Worst case scenario: if one planet dies, we'll just go to another one.


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President 17/02/14(Tue)04:36 No. 1188

>>1185
>the adaptability of humans
You have a point but,
>Our species has a way of stubbornly persisting
...in our idiocy as well.

>if one planet dies, we'll just go to another one.
That probably is our only option. Unfortunately, that's going to take time, resources, and global cooperation. We're on the fast track to extinction already, we barely provide enough funding for space programs to exist, and we have conflicts ongoing all over the planet.

I don't think it's likely that we will make it in time, either to save or escape this world. We might mutate into something that can live in its barren wastes however.


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President 17/02/14(Tue)05:48 No. 1189

OK. I'll bet on human adaptability and ingenuity vs the whiny malthusian nihilism of the idiotic climate alarmists.

But if you still feel a need to virtue signal, please go ahead.


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President 17/02/14(Tue)18:44 No. 1191

>>1189
>ingenuity
Exept the way you bet is by electing leaders who stifle research into slowing, stopping, and reversing the damage to our planet, invest in further depletion of our fossil fuel supply and seek more deregulation of sources of environmental pollution. Your anti-intellectual campain will lead us to complete destruction. Let's hope your bet on adaptability pans out--and understand we are talking about the human race becoming an entirely new species to survive in the apocalyptic world your unwarrantedly steadfast beliefs won't let you do one thing to stop from coming. I'm not signalling virtues, I'm signalling the end of days--and holding you responsible.


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President 17/02/15(Wed)00:19 No. 1194

The anti-intellectuals are the climate whining fools buying into the chicken little climate 'science' agenda.


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President 17/02/15(Wed)12:45 No. 1195

>>1194
Now you're just trollin'; that makes no sense.


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President 17/02/15(Wed)22:12 No. 1197
1197

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The Earth fluctuates between Ice ages and Green ages and has done so as far back as unrecorded history.

Technically the earth is still in the ice age and it has only recently left it's glacial period within this ice age (the period where the majority of its surface is covered in ice), as the Earth’s mega-cycle advances it will enter another green age (or tropical-age as the Germans like to call it).

Humans are looking at the smaller cycles that have occurred during our history of civilisation because unfortunately we will not survive either extreme, it is only during this inter-glacial period that we can survive and it is hoped we can extend our lifespan by fighting off the green-age but we'll only get a few decades at best. Unfortunately, pic related.


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President 17/02/16(Thu)04:21 No. 1198

>>1195
Well, maybe a little light trolling. But there are plenty of luddites out there who are 'believers'.

>>1197
It would be easier to adapt to a warmer age than a deeper ice age.


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President 17/02/16(Thu)06:56 No. 1200

>>1197
Since the Cryogenian ice age, the overall trend has been warming. The most likely cause of that ice age's end was CO2 released by volcanic eruption. Humanity is releasing more CO2 into the atmosphere than that annualy. Milankovitch's theory predicts what may happen to the earth's environment as a result of its astronomical mechanics, but does not accurately account for the length of cycles due to feedback from CO2 and other factors. In theory, we're on the trailing end of the Holocene, but that doesn't mean the coming warm cyle won't be much hotter than it naturally would have been or we haven't fucked the planet for the next 500,000 years.

What you refer to as a "green age" would be a period of explosive vegitation. This usually reduces the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere, increases the amount of O2, and brings the global temperature back down. That isn't goingto happen this time. This is going to be a "brown age" where entire continents become desert wasteland. Africa and Australia are nearly there.

The good news is none of us will live to see what long-term damage twentieth and twenty-first humanity have done to the earth. The bad news is that our entire race is unlikely to live that long either.


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President 17/02/17(Fri)01:20 No. 1201

Another win for Team Nihilism.


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President 17/02/17(Fri)11:37 No. 1202
1202

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>>1201
>Nihilism


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President 17/02/18(Sat)01:45 No. 1204

all cats are gray in the dark


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President 17/02/19(Sun)12:23 No. 1210

>>1204
All cats are dead in my shed.


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President 17/02/19(Sun)15:02 No. 1211
1211

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>>1210
>>1204
All cats are in an unknown quantum state until observed.


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President 17/02/20(Mon)04:25 No. 1214

>>1211
Well I'm going to assume the ones I buried are dead until proven otherwise, you're welcome to come round and check.


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President 17/02/21(Tue)17:03 No. 1217
1217

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Its a hoax..All the science has been corrupted by the Rockefeller family.
And they don't want competition...even if its the company THAT made them rich.

http://thehill.com/blogs/pundits-blog/energy-environment/315659-rockefeller-heirs-bit-the-hand-that-feeds-with-attack


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President 17/02/22(Wed)00:59 No. 1219

Oh, those wacky plutocrats!


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President 17/02/22(Wed)06:45 No. 1221

>>1217
Sure, one family has somehow perverted decades of research by many different groups in many different countires--including ongoing research by private, government, and non-government organizations all over the planet.


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President 17/02/22(Wed)13:58 No. 1223

>>1221
They did it with the banks.


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President 17/02/23(Thu)01:17 No. 1224

"Let us control the money of a country and we care not who makes its laws."


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President 17/02/23(Thu)07:14 No. 1230

>>1223
Right, because the banks somehow complicit in the >>1224 Jewish conspiracy to overthrow world governments with environmentalism.

Thank you for reviving that "the Rockefellers are Jews" conspiracy; it's the icing on your crazy-cake.


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President 17/02/23(Thu)07:52 No. 1231

Because the bankers being Jewish makes it a "jew conspiracy"?

So no minority individual or family can do wrong because it's wrong to call them out for doing wrong?

How special.


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President 17/02/25(Sat)04:05 No. 1250

>>1231
>So no minority individual or family can do wrong because it's wrong to call them out for doing wrong?
A+ for maximum deviation from comprehension.

I don't think it's possible to hold a minority individual or family resposible for a tin-hat conspiracy as large as climate-change hoaxing. Besides, the Rockefellers are not Jewish--although a woman who married in to the family was, that does not make them religiously or ethnically jewish as they were not part of its patriarchy.


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President 17/02/25(Sat)05:23 No. 1251

It's not like the Rockefellers or global governance types are alone in promoting the hoax. And there are plenty of gullible climate crisis believers in the ground level game.


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President 17/03/04(Sat)06:22 No. 1305
1305

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>>1250
You are attempting to use logic to sway someone who holds an emotional investment in an illogical belief.

I bet he thinks the statement in this image is correct.


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President 17/03/05(Sun)00:13 No. 1308

There
Are
NO
Conspiracies

riiight


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President 17/03/05(Sun)12:08 No. 1310

>>1305
>You are attempting to use logic to sway someone who holds an emotional investment in an illogical belief.

I'm holding on to a naieve sentiment that one day, reason will triumph over madness.


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President 17/03/05(Sun)23:55 No. 1312

>>1308
You'll understand once you start listening to the court & your doctor and start taking your meds.


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President 17/03/06(Mon)02:22 No. 1313

>>1312
You'll understand once you start paying attention to history and reality.


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President 17/03/06(Mon)03:33 No. 1314

>>1313
>history & reality
The history and reality that only people who refuse to take their medication know about?


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President 17/03/06(Mon)04:37 No. 1315

You appear to have a peculiar fetish about medication. Perhaps you should have that seen to.


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President 17/03/07(Tue)09:36 No. 1319

>>1315
You seem to have a particular fetish about conspiracy theories and how they're not a sign of mental illness. Perhaps you should consult a doctor about how to best treat your irrational fears.


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President 17/03/07(Tue)16:43 No. 1321

>>1319
It's not irrational if the conspiracy is real.


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President 17/03/08(Wed)05:03 No. 1323
1323

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>>1315
Confirmed doc is confirmed. Up your meds immediately..also a doc..


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President 17/03/08(Wed)05:04 No. 1324

>>1321
>conspiracy
>real
Pick one. You can't pick two.


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President 17/03/08(Wed)05:48 No. 1328

>>1324
not so sure i understand conspiracy..legal gimme 72, maybe more. i gotta a half gallon of rotgut, and need to xxxxxxxout conspiratcy theory, conspiracy to commit fuck i'm no lawyer..


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President 17/03/09(Thu)02:05 No. 1343

>>1324
>Pick one. You can't pick two.
You really don't know 20th century history, do you?


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President 17/03/10(Fri)10:07 No. 1355

>>1343
One thing's for certain, the "history" you claim to know is only available for sale at trade shows frequented by the lunatic fringe, and consists of the finest stapled 8.5x11 paper money can buy.


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President 17/03/10(Fri)22:32 No. 1359

Alot of so what with links to NOAA


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President 17/03/11(Sat)00:08 No. 1372

Watergate was a conspiracy. If you look at real history, you can find other examples.


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President 17/03/11(Sat)06:54 No. 1381

>>1372
This is a dangerous notion to give to conspiracy theorists; surely it will only encourage them to believe more strongly in their paranoid delusions. Of course there are real conspiracies, but they always get found out; they're never very old nor very deep, and they usually have a goal that is rather petty.

Real conspiracies are nothing like the fantasies of the theorists, though they do exist.


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President 17/03/11(Sat)07:36 No. 1382

>>1381
>will only encourage them to believe more strongly in their paranoid delusions
Everything encourages them to believe more strongly in their paranoid delusions.

Disagree with them? They believe them more strongly because you're a lizard person.

Agree with them? They believe them more strongly because you just confirmed you're not a lizard person.

Don't agree or disagree with them? They believe them more strongly because you're obviously a member of the illuminati.


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President 17/03/11(Sat)22:25 No. 1388

>>1381
>there are real conspiracies, but they always get found out; they're never very old nor very deep, and they usually have a goal that is rather petty.
That is just as dangerous a way of thinking.


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President 17/03/12(Sun)03:32 No. 1389

>>1388
Reality: The Most Dangerous Way To Live


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President 17/03/16(Thu)05:06 No. 1393
1393

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