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Do you actually believe in global warming/climate change?

  1. Soyboy V: A Cat-Girl/Boy Under Every Bed African Astronaut [my no haunted nonbeing]

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    The following users say it would be alright if the author of this post didn't die in a fire!
  2. DietPiano victim of incest (banned)
    Of course the climate is changing dumb fuck.
  3. vindicktive vinny Naturally Camouflaged
    not caused by humans.
  4. mikeyagain African Astronaut [unalterably regard the persecutor]
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny not caused by humans.

    Yeah, we give ourselves too much credit.. The planet will wipe us out anytime it pleases.. What we do to each other is the scary thing..
  5. larrylegend8383 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by vindicktive vinny not caused by humans.

    If you find yourself on the same side of the fence as a child sex advocate like Benny, you may want to rethink your life.
  6. aldra Black Hole [my considered impending distributor]
    the oldest raw climate data we have is from 2-3million year old ice cores; given the earth is estimated to be over 4 billion years old I don't see how it's possible to read or predict reliable long-term climate patterns
  7. vindicktive vinny Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by aldra the oldest raw climate data we have is from 2-3million year old ice cores; given the earth is estimated to be over 4 billion years old I don't see how it's possible to read or predict reliable long-term climate patterns

    not to mention glacial subduction zones all over the place so that newer and yoinger ice sheets get shoved inbetween pieces of older ice sheets.
  8. vindicktive vinny Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by larrylegend8383 If you find yourself on the same side of the fence as a child sex advocate like Benny, you may want to rethink your life.

    child sex offenders inhale oxygens and exhale co2s.

    YOU inhale o2s and exhale co2s.

    YOU ARE A CHILD SEXES OFFENDER.
  9. larrylegend8383 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by aldra the oldest raw climate data we have is from 2-3million year old ice cores; given the earth is estimated to be over 4 billion years old I don't see how it's possible to read or predict reliable long-term climate patterns

    Lol yes the earth is estimated to be that old. But they certainly do not need to go back that far to see the difference in pre/post industrialized human civilization and our contribution to the green house gas situation.
  10. aldra Black Hole [my considered impending distributor]
    Originally posted by larrylegend8383 Lol yes the earth is estimated to be that old. But they certainly do not need to go back that far to see the difference in pre/post industrialized human civilization and our contribution to the green house gas situation.

    The climate's always changed and fluctuated though - it's been (on average) both hotter and colder than it is now; we're not entering uncharted territory - if we don't even have an accurate history of the climate changing naturally, how can we reliably separate natural changes from man-made?

    Like I've said several times, I definitely support the move toward 'cleaner' and more efficient practices (ie. energy generation, reduction of waste etc) but more often than not 'climate change' is used as a political hammer rather than a push for practical change. People talk about a debate, but for the most part it's pure dogma based on vested interests on both sides.
  11. larrylegend8383 African Astronaut
    Yes, the climate will naturally fluctuate. That's not the argument. The part that is concerning to scientists is that yes we are in uncharted territory, because we were not involved in any naturally occurring changes in the past. Now we are.

    I think the argument is that along with the natural process, we are now significantly contributing green house gases that could be a very dangerous tipping point in the natural flow. Of course we do not know for sure the exact consequences, but those that deny that this should be taken seriously are foolish.
  12. mmQ motherfucker
    No. I'm the type of guy that upon anyone mentioning how cold it is outside here I retort "yeah *hahahah* so much for global warming am I right??! *laughter intensifies*"
  13. vindicktive vinny Naturally Camouflaged


    think for yourselves.
  14. aldra Black Hole [my considered impending distributor]
    Originally posted by larrylegend8383 I think the argument is that along with the natural process, we are now significantly contributing green house gases that could be a very dangerous tipping point in the natural flow.

    That's exactly what I'm questioning - if we don't have a baseline, ie. an accurate prediction of what the climate should've been had there been no industrial revolution (as I said, it doesn't seem that we have enough historical data to make that kind of prediction), how can we quantify man-made change? it's like trying to measure the depth of snow without being able to tell where the ground underneath is.
  15. Soyboy IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life African Astronaut [the oppositely able-bodied hop-step-and-jump]
    Originally posted by aldra That's exactly what I'm questioning - if we don't have a baseline, ie. an accurate prediction of what the climate should've been had there been no industrial revolution (as I said, it doesn't seem that we have enough historical data to make that kind of prediction), how can we quantify man-made change? it's like trying to measure the depth of snow without being able to tell where the ground underneath is.

    What difference does it make?

    Doggerland https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doggerland used to be a thing, now it's under 100 metres of water.
  16. vindicktive vinny Naturally Camouflaged
    Originally posted by MORALLY SUPERIOR BEING IV: The Flower of Death and The Crystal of Life What difference does it make?

    Doggerland https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doggerland used to be a thing, now it's under 100 metres of water.

    global warming is just another plot some new bunch of alpha menshevicks concocted to sway and manipulate the beta herds into supporting their rise to power.

    just another beta upheaval.
  17. larrylegend8383 African Astronaut
    Originally posted by aldra That's exactly what I'm questioning - if we don't have a baseline, ie. an accurate prediction of what the climate should've been had there been no industrial revolution (as I said, it doesn't seem that we have enough historical data to make that kind of prediction), how can we quantify man-made change? it's like trying to measure the depth of snow without being able to tell where the ground underneath is.

    Bro they don't need to know what the climate was like 200 million years ago to know what green house gases do and that we are pumping fuck loads of them out. So, given what we do know, it makes sense to do something about it, like you said.
  18. Sophie Pedophile Tech Support
    Sure i believe in climate change. Just not the man-made doomsday variety. The climate has changed loads of times in Earth's history and will continue to do so. Sometimes it's warmer sometimes it's colder. We're still here. So 200k years of our ancestors didn't seem to be much affected.
  19. Nil African Astronaut
    Originally posted by Sophie Just not the man-made doomsday variety.


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  20. DietPiano victim of incest (banned)
    No, the Earth is only 12,000 years old. Baby dinosaurs were on Noah's Ark. (My dad believes this)
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