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    Default Re: Scientists Verify Anthropogenic Global Warming

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    Default Bullshit - The AGW crap in this thread

    Truth: "With new research emerging nearly daily to indicate Earth is cooling because of decreased solar activity, it certainly seems wise to shift our concern about future climate to how best to respond to colder temperatures and associated climate effects." - Source

    Truth: "There is no significant global warming." - Source

    Truth: "My question to you is, "Are you reading it with a scientific mind, one which examines what's presented based on the principles of science, or are you reading it with a made-up mind, one which examines what's presented based on what you either know to be true or think you know to be true?" The former leads to discovery. It's what science is all about. What we think we know to be true is assumed to be true, with the caveat that we might be wrong. The latter leads to pigeon-holing, which is the what most people experience as they go through life, quickly getting to a point where they know what they know and don't care what anyone else says about it, even if they're wrong." - Source

    Truth: "For climate science it means that the Hockey Team climatologists’ insistence that human-emitted CO2 is the only thing that could account for the recent warming trend is probably poppycock." - Source

    Truth: "The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) claims to represent more than 2,500 scientists who agree that man-made global warming is a serious problem. But this is misleading. While a total of 2,500 (or some similar number) scientists participate in some way in the writing or review of its reports, the IPCC’s working group responsible for assessing the causes of climate change and its future trajectory consists of only about 600 scientists, and many of those are activists working for environmental interest groups. For the Fourth Assessment Report, only 62 were responsible for reviewing the chapter that attributed climate change to man-made greenhouse gas emissions, with 55 of those being known advocates of the theory of man-made global warming. Of the seven impartial reviewers, two disagreed with the statement, leaving only five credible scientific reviewers who unequivocally endorse the IPCC’s conclusion, a far cry from 2,500." - Source

    Truth: "The only people who continue to claim that anthropogenic global warming is real, much less a threat, are the government-funded AGW mafia shills, the blitheringly idiotic but oh-so politically correct nincompoops who understand neither solar cycles nor history nor climate science, and sick, twisted, sadistic fucktards on these forums who apparently are only arguing to get a rise out of others." - Source

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    Default Re: Hot, Hot, Hot

    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    Really, Chuck? That's from Huffington Post, the uber-left/libtard rag. Their writers are ridiculously low-brow.

    As with any major weather event, though, two questions arise: 1) Is the event caused by anthropogenic global warming? and 2) If it is, could we do anything about it? “Science does not say that climate change is CAUSING the extreme rain and drought we’re seeing across the U.S. today, and in recent years,” Katharine Hayhoe, of the Texas Tech University Climate Science Center, told Scientific American. “Just like steroids make a baseball player stronger, climate change EXACERBATES many of our weather extremes, making many of them, on average, worse than they would have been naturally.” Among such weather extremes is El Niño, which NOAA recently announced has made its return this year, and which may last through the end of 2015. Eric Holthaus is right to point out that El Niño is linked to the Texas storm system — but he is exactly wrong when he writes that El Niño’s “most important feature is its predictability.” Noteworthy about El Niño, which is caused by abnormally warm water in the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean, is its unpredictability. “For reasons still not well understood,” writes Jon Erdman at the Weather Channel’s website, “every 2-7 years, this patch of ocean warms for a period of 6-18 months.” In fact, predicting a new El Niño has become something of a meteorological pastime in recent years: In 2012, 2013, and 2014 confident predictions were dashed. “Waiting for El Niño is starting to feel like waiting for Godot,” wrote U.S. Climate Prediction Center scientist Michelle L’Heureux last year.

    Read more at: Scientists Don?t Actually Know What?s Causing ?Extreme Weather? | National Review Online

    Meanwhile, Water vapor is also the most potent greenhouse gas owing to the presence of the hydroxyl bond which strongly absorbs in the infra-red region of the light spectrum.

    Water in Earth's atmosphere is not merely below its boiling point (100 °C), but at altitude it goes below its freezing point (0 °C), due to water's highly polar attraction. When combined with its quantity, water vapor then has a relevant dew point and frost point, unlike e. g., carbon dioxide and methane. Water vapor thus has a scale height a fraction of that of the bulk atmosphere, as the water condenses and exits, primarily in the troposphere, the lowest layer of the atmosphere. Carbon dioxide and methane, being non-polar, rise above water vapor. The absorption and emission of CO2 and CH4 contribute to Earth's emission to space, and thus the planetary greenhouse effect. Conversely, adding water vapor at high altitudes has a disproportionate impact, which is why methane (rising, then oxidizing to CO2 and two water molecules) and jet traffic have disproportionately high warming effects.

    ^^^ This is science. ^^^ The above quotes come from source 28 through 38, found here.

    From the following graph, it's clear that water vapor is indeed the most powerful greenhouse gas. Combined with our current understanding of what jet travel does, as well as the massive cooling linked to the Post-9/11 ground of the American fleet, it really doesn't take a rocket scientist to put two and two together and realize that the interaction between Earth-produced methane (wetlands, by far) and high-altitude water vapor deposited by jets produces the high warming effect.

    Radiation Transmitted by the Atmosphere.png

    The NOAA claims "June 2015 also marks the fourth month this year that has broken its monthly temperature record, along with February, March, and May." The problem with this is that my friends at the NOAA continue to emphasize the fact that the NOAA changed the way it accounts for temperatures, and did so under increasingly onerous political pressure in order to support the administration's push for very expensive, yet totally inadequate measures to combat the over-hyped global warming.

    While it doesn't take a rocket scientist to understand the way the world really works, Chuck, it does require an objective look, something you've proven yourself incapable of delivering, with your mindless and blind adherence to the pedantic pap oozing from the blitheringly idiotic media.

    Stop being one of the mindless idiots and grow a brain. You're better than this.
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    Default Straight from Breitbart (The Village Idiot's Voice)

    MIT Climate Scientist: Global Warming Believers a 'Cult'

    Straight from the horses' asses (Breitbart, et. al.)
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    Default Stanford researchers uncover patterns in how scientists LIE about their data

    There's nothing is worse than bad scientists lying about their data. And findings. And conclusions. And presenting their lies before government bodies to obtain more "government" funding i.e. ripping hard-earned tax dollars away from the lower and middle classes to fund the ever-increasing wealth of the upper class.

    For those of you who keep spouting the "Scientists won't lie" BULLSHIT, along with those who're drinking the Koo-Aid while swallowing the bullshit, read on: "The researchers say that scientists might commit data fraud for a variety of reasons. Previous research points to a "publish or perish" mentality that may motivate researchers to manipulate their findings or fake studies altogether. But the change the researchers found in the writing, however, is directly related to the author's goals of covering up lies through the manipulation of language."

    This isn't some nutcase's website. This is the finding of a study conducted by researchers at Stanford University, specifically, a professor of communications and his graduate student assistant.

    Article.

    Published study.

    The study by no means intimates that all scientists lie. It most certainly DOES, however, reveal that many do, and "for a variety of reasons." When it comes to the blitheringly idiotic concept of "anthropogenic global warming," one of those reasons is for MONEY. Scientists lacking a firm basic in morality and ethics i.e. integrity appear to have no problems either fudging the data or spinning it in such a way as to get governments to continue funding their "research."
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    Default Re: Straight from Breitbart (The Village Idiot's Voice)

    Quote Originally Posted by BuleriaChk View Post
    MIT Climate Scientist: Global Warming Believers a 'Cult'

    Straight from the horses' asses (Breitbart, et. al.)
    Let's see what "the horses' asses" have to say:

    MIT Professor emeritus Richard Lindzen...
    Oh, wait... As it turns out, it's not the horses' assess who are doing the talking, here. It's "an MIT professor of meteorology."

    ...Lindzen discussed the religious nature of the movement.

    “As with any cult, once the mythology of the cult begins falling apart, instead of saying, oh, we were wrong, they get more and more fanatical. I think that’s what’s happening here.
    This matches what I've observed.

    Think about it,” he said. “You’ve led an unpleasant life, you haven’t led a very virtuous life, but now you’re told, you get absolution if you watch your carbon footprint. It’s salvation!”

    Lindzen, 74, has issued calm dismissals of warmist apocalypse, reducing his critics to sputtering rage.
    Here's the kicker:

    Last week, government agencies including NASA announced that 2014 was the “hottest year” in “recorded history,” as The New York Times put it in an early edition. Last year has since been demoted by the Times to the hottest “since record-keeping began in 1880.”
    What? Say it isn't so!

    But that may not be true. Now the same agencies have acknowledged that there’s only a 38 percent chance that 2014 was the hottest year on record. And even if it was, it was only by two-100ths of a degree.
    Well, it looks now like it's not actually so, which raises the question as to why they LIED about it in the first place? Perhaps their directors, either starved for funds or greedy for more, were the ones doing the lying. That's usually the way things work these days: "It's ok to lie if you can get away with it" seems to have replaced the integrity and morals of my generation. In my day, fewer than 30% of students cheated in high school. These days, it's closer to 75%.

    But let's verify this with a quote from a reputable source: "Many students feel that their individual honesty in academic endeavors will not affect anyone else. While about 20% of college students admitted to cheating in high school during the 1940's, today between 75 and 98 percent of college students surveyed each year report having cheated in high school." - Source (Stanford) Yep - that checks.
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