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    18 mar. 09 - three morons ski to the n. pole to prove that ice is melting - they reported that they were stuck in a storm and were going to die - airplanes were unable to reach them - the camera man had frost bite - choppers had to save the jerks

    18 mar. 09 alberta canada weather station reported that that year was the coldest year in 100 yrs

    if you are stuck in a snow storm and you are in an elect car - you die !
     
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    The month with the highst anamoly for this year, March, -0.1, has a higher anamoly than most of the months prior to 1997. Coldest year in 100 years? Maybe for that one spot. My prediction is that 2011 will rank in the top 15 warmest for the last 180 years, possibly even in the top 10.
     
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    OK......I'll ceed you that s0n.............

    and then what?:lol::lol:

    So what? Whats the relevance as applied to the real world? Will you be real proud of yourself if your prediction is right? Will the scientists be proud? Its applicable to what?

    I'll tell you what its applicable to?


    DICK.


    If it mattered to any degree in the real world, we'd have the public clamoring for immediate climate legislation to go green at all costs. And the public officials would be falling all over themselves to make it happen.

    But its not...............nothings happening. Ive posted up 100 links, even from greenie sites, that openly admit they are like a boat up a creek without a paddle and the tide is taking them out to open waters..........waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay out into open waters.


    Indeed...........the k00ks come in here and post up about 100 links a day about temperature's rising.

    And the public is saying, "So the fcukk what?":D:up::fu:
     
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    Oh my, another troll with a penis fixation. Now we know why Kooky is always refering to everything as gay.
     
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    Just today I read an article in Wired magazine where some Solar farm was having problems because the environmentalists said it would destroy the desert....

    WTF? Destroy the desert? But they want green energy?
     
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    Seems the vast majority of Americans do care.

    Pew: 71% of Americans say “This country should do whatever it takes to protect the environment.” « Climate Progress

    Pew: 71% of Americans say “This country should do whatever it takes to protect the environment.”Public support for alternative energy transcends political barriers
    May 9, 2011
    A new Pew Poll “Beyond Red vs. Blue: The Political Typology” finds strong support for the environment and clean energy. The PDF is here and the summary with charts is here.

    Pew buried the lede. The most interesting finding to me is that 71% of Americans believe “This country should do whatever it takes to protect the environment.” And 59% believe that “strongly.”

    CAP polling expert Ruy Teixeira has some background on the poll, along with a chart with the results of the energy question:


    The Pew Research Center has just released a very interesting study, “Beyond Red vs. Blue: The Political Typology.” It segments the public into nine groups: eight politically active groups and one inactive group (bystanders) composed entirely of nonvoters. Of the eight active groups, two are described as “mostly Republican” (staunch conservatives and Main Street Republicans), three as “mostly Democratic” (new coalition Democrats, hard-pressed Democrats, and solid liberals), and three as “mostly independent” (libertarians, disaffecteds, and postmoderns). In reality, however, postmoderns lean strongly Democratic, while libertarians and disaffecteds lean strongly Republican. So there are really four active Democratic and four active Republican groups.
     
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    There is always someone that will find something wrong with anything that anybody tries to do. Look at the people here that hate wind turbines.:lol:
     
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    But EVERY SINGLE POLL that asks Americans to open up their wallet to pay for it.............the answer is............"FCUKK YOU!!!!!!"


    Thus...........you have ZEROclimate legislation even being talked about in Congress, much less brought to the floor!!!!
     
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    For Release: March 20, 2008
    Contact: David Almasi at (202) 543-4110 or dalmasi@nationalcenter.org

    Americans Cool to Global Warming Action, New Poll Finds

    Nearly Half Wouldn't Be Willing to Pay Even a Penny More for Gasoline; Opposition to Taxes Especially Strong Among Minorities


    Washington, D.C.: Forty-eight percent of Americans are unwilling to spend even a penny more in gasoline taxes to help reduce U.S. greenhouse gas emissions, according to a new nationwide survey released today by the National Center for Public Policy Research.

    The poll found just 18% of Americans are willing to pay 50 cents or more in additional taxes per gallon of gas to reduce greenhouse emissions. U.S. Representative John Dingell (D-MI), chairman of the Committee on Energy and Commerce, has called for a 50 cent per gallon increase in the gas tax.

    According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, transportation accounts for 33% of the U.S.'s man-made carbon dioxide emissions. Over 60% of these emissions - or about 20% of all U.S. carbon dioxide emissions - result from burning gasoline in personal automobiles.

    "With one-fifth of all U.S. CO2 emissions coming from light trucks and cars, any serious effort to significantly reduce U.S. emissions would have to encourage fuel conservation in personal automobiles," said David A. Ridenour, vice president of the National Center for Public Policy Research. "But almost half of all Americans oppose spending more for gasoline, despite polls indicating wide public concern over global warming. These results suggest Americans' concern may not be as deep as we've been led to believe."


    Opposition to increased gasoline taxes was especially strong among minorities, with 53% of African-Americans indicating they are unwilling to pay higher gas taxes in any amount. Eighty-four percent of blacks and 78% of Hispanics opposed paying an additional 50 cents or more for their gasoline.

    Americans Cool to Global Warming Action, New Poll Finds




    As usual.........the k00ks are big on theory, hopes and dreams, but never want you top know about the public apathy related to spending $$ to combat "man-made" climate change.



    More Oooooooooooooooooooops for the k00ks!!!!!!!


    Only One in Four Americans Are Anxious About the Environment
    Most favor moderate approach to environmental protection
    by Riley E. Dunlap and Lydia SaadPage: 12 GALLUP NEWS SERVICE

    PRINCETON, NJ -- Sunday, April 22 marks the 31st anniversary of the first Earth Day, and organizers of this year's activities in the United States are calling for April 19 to be a "car-free day." However, according to Gallup's recent annual update of environmental attitudes, it would be difficult to mobilize Americans around such a boycott of fossil-fuel consumption. The poll shows that most Americans are sympathetic toward the environmental movement, but lack the ominous view about environmental conditions that might be needed to spur major action.

    A variety of results from Gallup's Earth Day poll, conducted March 5-7 with 1,060 national adults, suggest that only a quarter or so of Americans are highly troubled about environmental conditions. About half that number could be described as complacent, while the remaining majority is concerned about the environment, but only moderately so.

    Only One in Four Americans Are Anxious About the Environment



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