The Warmer's Hypothesis

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    Are deminimus, incremental increases in the atmospheric trace element CO2 solely responsible for instantaneous, cataclysmic and irreversible changes in Earth's climate?
     
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    Geese shitting in flight is what is causing all the problems with our atmosphere. Nothing else.
     
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    No comment from the Decline Hiders?
     
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    You didn't really expect any did you?
     
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    I'm really not to sure myself. Just stated what I've been told from warmers...We will see within the next decade if they're right or wrong.
     
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    That's what the warmists said last decade....and the decade before.....
     
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    I’d have a tad more respect for the right if they’d admit that their opposition to GCC has nothing to do with science and everything to do with conservative dogma: an irrational fear of the ‘One World Government,’ hatred for the UN and international treaties, and the blind rejection of any kind of business or economic regulation.
     
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    Emanuel sees himself as a conservative. He believes marriage is between a man and a woman. He backs a strong military. He almost always votes Republican and admires Ronald Reagan.

    Emanuel is also a highly regarded professor of atmospheric science at MIT. And based on his work on hurricanes and the research of his peers, Emanuel has concluded that the scientific data show a powerful link between greenhouse gas emissions and climate change.

    Conservative scientists take on climate change deniers | Deseret News

    Texas Tech atmospheric scientist Katharine Hayhoe is an evangelical Christian who travels widely talking to conservative audiences and wrote a book with her husband, a pastor and former climate change denier, explaining climate change to skeptics.

    A physicist by training, John Cook is an evangelical Christian who runs the website skepticalscience.com, which seeks to debunk climate change deniers' arguments.

    Barry Bickmore is a Mormon, a professor of geochemistry at Brigham Young University and the blogger behind Anti-Climate Change Extremism in Utah, where he recently rebuked Sen. Orrin G. Hatch (R-Utah) for his climate views and posted editorials mentioning his Republican affiliation.

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    You gotta admit, it's pretty fucking hilarious these "right wing conservative scientists" think they still belong to the Republican Party.'

    HELLO!

    That party doesn't want you. No academics. No "elites". No "smarts". NOT WANTED in the Republican Party. Sheesh, what does it take to get through?
     
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    Actually, my entire argument is founded in science. Care to examine some laws of physics and do some math?
     
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    I am begining to believe that rdean is Rahm Emanuel.

    Nothing else makes sense.
     

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