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Satellite data show Earth's glaciers in massive decline

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Awesome. Maybe my property value will shoot up when I have a beach in my front yard.
 

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The world's most renowned climate scientist...

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How much do we need to raise taxes by to fix this?

We need to eliminate GHG emissions. What that costs depends a great deal on you and I. I strenuously suspect that my way of doing it would cost a fraction of the manner you would end up doing it.
 

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How much do we need to raise taxes by to fix this?

We need to eliminate GHG emissions. What that costs depends a great deal on you and I. I strenuously suspect that my way of doing it would cost a fraction of the manner you would end up doing it.

What makes you say that?
 
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The world's most renowned climate scientist...

idiot-retard.jpg

Some of the world's best climate scientists. These are the authors of "The Physical Science Basis" of the IPCC's 5th Assessment Report; Working Group I. I'd bet a dollar to a donut you've never heard of any of them.


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CUBASCH, Ulrich
Freie Universität Berlin
Germany

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WUEBBLES, Donald
University of Illinois
USA

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CHEN, Deliang
University of Gothenburg
Sweden

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FACCHINI, Maria Cristina
Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC)
Italy

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FRAME, David
Victoria University of Wellington
New Zealand

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MAHOWALD, Natalie
Cornell University
USA

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WINTHER, Jan-Gunnar
Norwegian Polar Institute
Norway

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DING, Yihui
China Meteorological Administration
China

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MEARNS, Linda
National Center for Atmospheric Research
USA

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WADHAMS, Peter
University of Cambridge
UK
 
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How much do we need to raise taxes by to fix this?

We need to eliminate GHG emissions. What that costs depends a great deal on you and I. I strenuously suspect that my way of doing it would cost a fraction of the manner you would end up doing it.

What makes you say that?

Because you will do nothing until you are forced by the consequences of warming.
 

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I am glad we have stopped the ice age that was coming. If we hadn't listened to environmental experts in the 70's who wanted all that coal power instead of nuclear power, we would all be flash-frozen now.
 

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How much do we need to raise taxes by to fix this?

We need to eliminate GHG emissions. What that costs depends a great deal on you and I. I strenuously suspect that my way of doing it would cost a fraction of the manner you would end up doing it.

What makes you say that?

Because you will do nothing until you are forced by the consequences of warming.


And you knw this how?
 

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The world's most renowned climate scientist...

idiot-retard.jpg

Some of the world's best climate scientists. These are the authors of "The Physical Science Basis" of the IPCC's 5th Assessment Report; Working Group I. I'd bet a dollar to a donut you've never heard of any of them.


PIC52d67738d1a108.01291713.JPG
CUBASCH, Ulrich
Freie Universität Berlin
Germany

PIC52d7ddcb5a8a30.52498363.JPG
WUEBBLES, Donald
University of Illinois
USA

PIC5aa192566969d2.85389749.JPG
CHEN, Deliang
University of Gothenburg
Sweden

PIC52d7b126b12108.04538313.JPG
FACCHINI, Maria Cristina
Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC)
Italy

PIC5aa249da248fe1.73192388.PNG
FRAME, David
Victoria University of Wellington
New Zealand

PIC52d7b1bb303562.25778953.JPG
MAHOWALD, Natalie
Cornell University
USA

PIC52d7b17a34e996.44702384.JPG
WINTHER, Jan-Gunnar
Norwegian Polar Institute
Norway

PIC52d677ed35bca6.48467782.JPG
DING, Yihui
China Meteorological Administration
China

PIC52d78a6528e3a6.24760614.JPG
MEARNS, Linda
National Center for Atmospheric Research
USA

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WADHAMS, Peter
University of Cambridge
UK
I don't give a damn who they are or what their title is, they're all capable of lying to further their agenda.

The fact of the matter is, the temperate of the earth is dictated by the sun, and the sun is entering a cooling cycle, as it has done since before man inhabited the planet. That's how we had a mini ice age just 10,000 years ago, and it appears we could experience quite a cooling spell again in the very near future, because of the SUN. So all this frenzied worry about a glacier melting is just moronic. We can't do a damn thing about it anyway.
 
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Good! Who wants to live on a glacier?
Not many. But several hundred million would like to use them as reservoirs for drinking water and and irrigation. And another several hundred million would like them to stay where they are rather than pushing the ocean into their front doors.
 
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How much do we need to raise taxes by to fix this?

We need to eliminate GHG emissions. What that costs depends a great deal on you and I. I strenuously suspect that my way of doing it would cost a fraction of the manner you would end up doing it.

What makes you say that?

Because you will do nothing until you are forced by the consequences of warming.

From your ignorant dismissal of the subject study.
And you knw this how?
 

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How much do we need to raise taxes by to fix this?

We need to eliminate GHG emissions. What that costs depends a great deal on you and I. I strenuously suspect that my way of doing it would cost a fraction of the manner you would end up doing it.

What makes you say that?

Because you will do nothing until you are forced by the consequences of warming.

From your ignorant dismissal of the subject study.
And you knw this how?


The answer is nukes child
 

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Oh God........not this glacier sh*t again? :cul2:

Nobody cares........20 years ago, nobody cared. Its another one of the climate crusader myths that has fallen flat on its face as a strategy..........d0y
 

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