The CO2 debate

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+1 1. krazeeeyez commented 3 years ago

not sure this should be categorised as 'science'...

Also, didn't we see this one a couple of months ago? (43 days ago to be scientific about it) :D
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-1 2. thefox commented 3 years ago

#1 They all appear to be highly qualified in their field. What are your qualifications krazeeeyez?
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+2 3. challenger451 commented 3 years ago

Data sound interesting and may be accurate, however they left one small detail out of their calculations. THERE ARE PEOPLE AROUND NOW THAT WILL SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES OF CLIMATE CHANGE!
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0 4. nomaddaf commented 3 years ago

#3 People being around has zero effect on the facts. There are 2 things to prove. Is the climate changing abnormally, and are humans responsible ? People being effected has no bearing on the answers to these points. What you have effectively said is " But people will be effected, so the facts don't matter."
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+2 5. Thanny commented 3 years ago

"It was warmer than today for at least 95% of the last 10,000 years."

That statement is false. Absurdly false, in fact. So, no, that's not something "you can say" unless you want to be known as a liar.

There's no science discussion going on in this panel. Just deceptive propaganda.
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-1 7. RobertTusk commented 3 years ago

The same bullsh1t video was submitted here by thefox 44 days ago.
The heartland institute is still a lying bullsh1t factory.
Not sure what Judge-jake's agenda is in submitting this nonsense.
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-2 8. krazeeeyez commented 3 years ago

#2, I have plenty of common sense.

#5 seems to grasp it. Don't believe everything you hear... also, a beard doesn't make you 'highly qualified'.
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+1 9. thefox commented 3 years ago

#8. So, relevant qualifications? None. Got that.
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-2 10. krazeeeyez commented 3 years ago

Read the Guardian article thefox and you may start to grasp the bigger picture :)
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0 11. thefox commented 3 years ago

#10. Oh dear. krazeeeyez is Guardian reader. That explains everything. :D
No doubt you're a Remoaner as well, and I'll bet you own a t-shirt that says: "This is what a Feminist Looks Like." :D

At least you got the bit right about 'beards don't make you highly qualified'.

In fact, it's qualifications that do that:

Tom Harris - B.Eng, M.Eng
Richard A. Keen - Ph.D., Geography/Climatology
Stanley B. Goldenberg - M.S. Synoptic Meteorology, B.S. Meteorology
Terry L. Gannon - Ph.D. in electrical engineering and device physics
Jay H. Lehr - Ph.D., Ground Water Hydrology, Geological Engineering

Still krazeeeyez, I suppose you can blow them all out of the water with your common sense can't you? :D
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+1 12. ughlah commented 3 years ago

How many people in those fields have a phd?
How many of those would be willing to say whatever their employer wants them to say for the right amount of money?

The heartland foundation pays ridiculous amounts to their scientist. Far more than they usually earn in their fields. Strangely everyone who speaks at their panels comes to the exact opposite of conclusion than every other scientist on the planet.

I don't claim those aren't experts, but they are bought and they mislead you into a direction that benefits their employers.
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-1 13. krazeeeyez commented 3 years ago

#12.. exactly my point, but no point trying to explain it to #11... he's way too wrapped up in the BS :D
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0 14. thefox commented 3 years ago

#12. Confirmation bias works both ways. #13 gets his daily dose of it from The Guardian hacks. :D