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The Climate Change Debate Thread (Second Thread)

owedtojoy

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A volcanic eruption in Indonesia will allow scientists to check climate models for the effects.

Volcanic dust leads to temporary cooling of the atmosphere.


FYI

 


owedtojoy

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So a heatwave last year and it's looking like a normal Irish summer at the moment. So is global warming to blame lol
Sounds like a question from the Donald Trump School of Atmospheric Physics.

A single instance only adds a small piece of information to the record - climate is assessed over the long term, at least 20 years ....

 

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Sounds like a question from the Donald Trump School of Atmospheric Physics.

A single instance only adds a small piece of information to the record - climate is assessed over the long term, at least 20 years ....

It's all BS to scare fools
 

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Delhi is a Hell due to over pollution

Millions upon millions crowded together on a hot dusty plain with ever increasing carbon output

This is their problem

- NOT Climate Change!:mad:
Poverty rates and birth rates in India have fallen spectacularly over the last 20 years. The story is the same over most of the Earth.

There is no reason to believe that the world's population cannot be supplied with food, water and necessities for a decent quality of life .... as long that the planetary climate remains stable.
 

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Why do some people want Ireland to get COLDER?🥶

I want Ireland to get Warmer....🌼☀:cool:
Exactly, increased CO2 increases plant growth seven fold.
 

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Sounds like a question from the Donald Trump School of Atmospheric Physics.

A single instance only adds a small piece of information to the record - climate is assessed over the long term, at least 20 years ....

The RTE weather woman said the other day, 'climate is what we think will happen, weather is what actually happens'.
 

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Sounds like a question from the Donald Trump School of Atmospheric Physics.

A single instance only adds a small piece of information to the record - climate is assessed over the long term, at least 20 years ....

The cc shillers like when you have hot weather, '48 degrees in India, unprecidented'!

But when the weather's cold, as it is at the moment in Ireland', it's just stoopid deniers not understanding the difference' :rolleyes:
 

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i feel sorry for Leontien Friel Darrell

she was on the news just now covered in fake blood to protest climate change

her group are making threats that there will be violence if the government doesn't take "radical action"
 

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The cc shillers like when you have hot weather, '48 degrees in India, unprecidented'!

But when the weather's cold, as it is at the moment in Ireland', it's just stoopid deniers not understanding the difference' :rolleyes:
Odious and his side kick Minger are probably unaware that its been the coldest start to June in Ireland for nearly 50 years. Their too busy trawling nonsense on alarmist websites
 

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Sky reporting that the 850 villagers of Fairbourne, Wales, will become the UKs first Climate refugees in the next generation.
 

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Sky reporting that the 850 villagers of Fairbourne, Wales, will become the UKs first Climate refugees in the next generation.
When making predictions, make sure your predictions are far enough away in the future as to be meaningless :)
 

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Odious and his side kick Minger are probably unaware that its been the coldest start to June in Ireland for nearly 50 years. Their too busy trawling nonsense on alarmist websites
He's desperately going through his files now, firing paper all over his mammy's basement to find out what is going wrong with his 'globul warming' :LOL:
 

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A Federal Regulator in the US adds his voice to that of the Bank of England Chairman Mark Carney, who has been warning about the financial risks of climate change for many years.


, who sits on the federal government’s five-member Commodities Futures Trading Commission, ... said in an interview on Monday that the financial risks from climate change were comparable to those posed by the mortgage meltdown that triggered the 2008 financial crisis.

“If climate change causes more volatile frequent and extreme weather events, you’re going to have a scenario where these large providers of financial products — mortgages, home insurance, pensions — cannot shift risk away from their portfolios,” he said. “It’s abundantly clear that climate change poses financial risk to the stability of the financial system.”
 

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A Federal Regulator in the US adds his voice to that of the Bank of England Chairman Mark Carney, who has been warning about the financial risks of climate change for many years.


Commissioner Rostin Behnam | U.S. COMMODITY FUTURES TRADING COMMISSION
Carney's just a government stooge, relaying their propaganda.

He gets millions for it 😂
 

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We learn something new everyday......Cows and Sheeps farts are less deadly on a diet of seaweed.

 

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Michael Martin was on RTE wanting the coal ban to be extended nationwide. Richard Bruton said he had been advised by the A.G. that such a move would be challenged in court and that there was a good chance that such a case would result in the present ban being overturned. The reason is that the basis of the ban on coal is the emission of smoke and particulates into the atmosphere and the ban would have to be extended to the other smokey fuels i.e. turf and wood. Its an example of the cluelessness of our political class regarding anything that requires a knowledge of Junior Cert science.
 


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