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    Quote Originally Posted by ClimateSanity View Post
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    Pay attention. It will come to you. But you need to think about it, not just listen to the "experts" who agree with you.

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    Jonah,
    why should we suddenly forget that there has not been any 'canes for 12 years? In fact the week before Harvey, a Canadian climate geographer prof was interviewed, CBC national radio, that temps are well within normal ranges, but the problem is heat waves. He said this 3x in the first 5 minutes of his 30 min interview. What ever happened to storms and rising sea levels? Yet no one pounced on him for changing the script. So perhaps there is more doubt out there than the elites think.

    The elites would be the ones who have declared that 0.1 degree increase in the next 25 years is a crisis for which all western banking is to be altered TODAY.

    why should we forget 'Hole in the Wall' glacier at Taku, Alaska, and for that matter, Lake Taku? HinW did not exist in 1900. It now burst sideways from Taku, N. America's largest glacier, and a cross section of it, once you are 'downflow' from the ridge it broke through, is the height and width of downtown Seattle. doesn't sound like receding. Mendenhall is receding, of course, but it is so steep, you can see the whole thing in one view in the bay below. Taku is 45 miles long. HinW is only the size of Mendenhall.

    then there is the Lake. The lake existed because, yes, Taku used to extend further in the 1700s. and dammed the huge Taku river. But then in broke through and the lake disappeared. That was early 1800s, quite a ways before internal combusion, you see.

    Or there is the ice station at the top of Taku. I don't know what the challenge is within the science community, but every year they get people in there in July, who are totally surprised to find that they are going to spend half of their time at the station just digging out; digging out a glacier that is supposedly a crisis. It has become a local joke around Juneau. The rabid environmentalist arrives from Europe or wherever and month later has infected, blistered hands and back problems when he comes down from the station.
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    Closer to home, I monitor the Obstruction Point trailhead lakes almost every August (running late this year). They are at 6000 ft in the Olympics and north-facing. From 2008 to 2015 they steadily accumulated ice. One was nearly fully covered. Last year there was a severe drop in snowfall and nearly all accumulation. This year snowfall was 115% of normal, but I haven't made it up yet, hopefully this coming weekend.

    By the way, I've read on park notices that a glacier is defined as little as 2 years accumulation that sticks. In that case, there are 4 glaciers there, all growing for those 7 years. But I doubt anyone is going to keep track, because of the elite consensus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interplanner View Post
    Closer to home, I monitor the Obstruction Point trailhead lakes almost every August (running late this year). They are at 6000 ft in the Olympics and north-facing. From 2008 to 2015 they steadily accumulated ice. One was nearly fully covered. Last year there was a severe drop in snowfall and nearly all accumulation. This year snowfall was 115% of normal, but I haven't made it up yet, hopefully this coming weekend.

    By the way, I've read on park notices that a glacier is defined as little as 2 years accumulation that sticks. In that case, there are 4 glaciers there, all growing for those 7 years. But I doubt anyone is going to keep track, because of the elite consensus.
    More anecdotal comments.

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    I have enjoyed Crowder for sometime. At times, his presented info is questionable, but a majority of the time it is accurate.

    I enjoy how he always tells people to not accept his information and statics, but to fact check them. I think that is a very honest tactic, showing that he has usually done his homework/research adequately.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
    More anecdotal comments.
    If they were only aware of global warming in the Dust Bowl era of the 30s, we could have started working to solve the problem back then. Because everyone knows we can fix global warming if we simply spend trillions to create a statistical possibility of a .5 degree difference in a hundred years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
    Pay attention. It will come to you. But you need to think about it, not just listen to the "experts" who agree with you.
    Psy attention to what exactly? I'm waiting for you to make a coherent point.
    Since you don't know how to make a point, let me help you out . Your point is that man made carbon dioxide is responsible for all the recent warning. Do you agree that is your point?

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    A couple counties away from my area in Washington is the North Cascade hiway. Every year they publicize the date on which it finally opens because it is one of the great 'loop' drives of the US. This year was the latest on record of about 60 years, and the feet of snow 51 was also a record. That means the crews finally scraped through that much snow and redistributed it so that cars could get through. I don't know all the mechanics but that area is fed by high pressure cold inland from the arctic which comes down the Fraser river valley to Vancouver and Bellingham.

    A few years ago, an astonishing thing happened in the spring further south. Every year on April 1 there is supposed to be a weather service snow pack count that determines a lot of things for Seattle's rivers and water strategy. Amid headline after headline of the climate crisis, the roads were so packed with snow that the survey was called off until May 1, the first time in history.

    That same year , a KOMO TV crew went out to interview one of the scientist at his home, but it never happened. The guy was digging out of a late storm in the Cascades and he couldn't get out from his house to go talk to the crew, even though they were able to get pictures of him digging away.

    This seems to follow a lot of climate science around, just like snow storms follow Al Gore conferences.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonahdog View Post
    More anecdotal comments.



    I'm aware there can be exceptions to these things, but I don't think these are exceptions. I hear this kind of thing all the time, but the nature of mass media is 'indefensibly corrupt assertions repeated incessantly' says Patrick Lawrence in THE NATION. Meaning, the media says they don't exist.
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    The “97 percent” statistic first appeared prominently in a 2009 study by University of Illinois master’s student*Kendall Zimmerman*and her adviser, Peter Doran. Based on a two-question online survey, Zimmerman and Doran concluded that “the debate on the authenticity of global warming and the role played by human activity is largely nonexistent among those who understand the nuances and scientific bases of long-term climate processes” — even though only 5 percent of respondents, or about 160 scientists, were climate scientists. In fact, the “97 percent” statistic was drawn from an even smaller subset: the 79 respondents who were both self-reported climate scientists*and*had “published more than 50% of their recent peer-reviewed papers on the subject of climate change.” These 77 scientists agreed that global temperatures had generally risen since 1800, and that human activity is a “significant contributing factor.”

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    "It's long since been established that 97 percent of scientific studies support the idea that humans have a tangible impact on global warming. Now, the legitimacy of the other 3 percent of studies is being called into question." -- https://qz.com/1069298/the-3-of-scie...re-all-flawed/
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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick jane View Post
    I like Crowder. He is only about 32 yet he is a bit old school also. He has a weekly and daily internet show called Louder With Crowder that plays on Youtube, he is with CRTV along with Mark Levin and Michelle Maulkin. Rumor has it that Gavin McInnes will be joining the network soon, all conservatives. It's another source of information other than the Fake News that permeates society today. Here is one short video.


    Apparently "The Donald" was thrilled with the good press he received from that same "fake news" after he "stiffed" Ryan and McConnell by making that 3 month debt ceiling deal with Pelosi and Shumer!

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    Apparently "The Donald" was thrilled with the good press he received from that same "fake news" after he "stiffed" Ryan and McConnell by making that 3 month debt ceiling deal with Pelosi and Shumer!
    That's what good leaders do. Read your history books
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