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  • Chicken Little Might Be Wrong?

    Of course, it's far too late for a generation of retards who have been raised to believe the sky is falling, like Greta



    We’re Getting a Clearer Picture of the Climate Future — and It’s Not as Bad as It Once Looked


    http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/...=pocket-newtab


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    brainwashed people be like:


    Letter: Overreacting to climate change is not possible


    https://www.mercurynews.com/2019/04/...-not-possible/



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    • #3
      Retarded brainwashed people be like:

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      • #4
        The winner of the 2011 Truthsmacker of the Year Award

        http://www.theologyonline.com/forums...pictureid=3504


        Help Take Back Our Country from Washington D.C.. with the Convention of States

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        • #5
          You gotten wonder when a magazine makes 'chicken little' person of the year too.

          June is Gay Pride Month.Tolerance and diversity? ☞ More like tolerate perversity.☠

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          • #6
            HOW DARE YOU!

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              • #8
                More idiocy, I see. Climate change is well researched and well attested. Time to get over yourselves and either help or get out of the way.
                "It is in love that we are made, in love we disappear..."Leonard Cohen

                Monsignor Ray McIntyre
                Anglican Church International
                Te Hāhi Katorika Tawhito

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by ok doser View Post
                  Of course, it's far too late for a generation of retards who have been raised to believe the sky is falling, like Greta



                  We’re Getting a Clearer Picture of the Climate Future — and It’s Not as Bad as It Once Looked


                  http://nymag.com/intelligencer/2019/...=pocket-newtab
                  Try reading the article that you linked to.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by chair View Post

                    Try reading the article that you linked to.
                    You're asking too much from him....troll!
                    _/\_

                    Christians: "I - a stranger and afraid - in a world I never made.." -- Houseman

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                    • #11
                      The fourth is that these findings do not, actually, make it look easier to get to “safe” levels of warming — say 1.5 degrees, or even, for that matter, 2. All future emissions paths are charted from the present forward, of course, not from some projected scenario backward. And the state of things is in the present tense is really quite dire — new emissions records every year. To stay safely below 2 degrees, we would still need to roughly halve our carbon output by 2030 and zero it out entirely by 2075, as the U.N. warned last October in its “Doomsday” report. Neither of those tasks look any easier today than they did six months ago, since in fact the world is still moving in the wrong direction, growing our emissions and making more radical future cuts necessary with each passing day. According to the UN’s Emissions Gap report, we now need to cut emissions by 7.6 percent per year every year for the next decade, globally, to hit the Paris targets — a rate faster than any single nation has ever achieved in any single year, pursued globally, including by many countries with populations collectively in the billions pursuing high-energy prosperity for the very first time.

                      . . . .

                      “But out of 8 billion,” he repeated, smiling, like he’d caught me in a trap. At which point I understood what he’d actually meant by the question he’d posed, and why it was so important to him to get a precise answer. What he was asking was not, how bad is it going to be. What he was asking was, how bad is it going to be for me?



                      Tried and waited then got tired, that's about it

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                      • #12
                        kikimatchoo shows up! Hi Kiwi!

                        what do you have to contribute today?
                        Originally posted by kiwimacahau View Post
                        More idiocy
                        not surprising



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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by chair View Post
                          Try reading the article that you linked to.
                          Originally posted by quip View Post
                          You're asking too much from him....
                          instead of trolling, how about posting an excerpt from the article that you think I got wrong?

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by ok doser View Post

                            instead of trolling, how about posting an excerpt from the article that you think I got wrong?
                            According to the IEA report, given only current carbon policies, which nearly everyone studying climate considers terribly weak, the world is on track for about 3 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100, which could, if existing pledges were implemented, be brought down as low as 2.7 degrees — about one and a half degrees less warming than is suggested by the U.N.’s IPCC reports in what is often referred to as the “business as usual” “RCP8.5” scenario.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by chair View Post

                              According to the IEA report, given only current carbon policies, which nearly everyone studying climate considers terribly weak, the world is on track for about 3 degrees Celsius of warming by 2100, which could, if existing pledges were implemented, be brought down as low as 2.7 degrees — about one and a half degrees less warming than is suggested by the U.N.’s IPCC reports in what is often referred to as the “business as usual” “RCP8.5” scenario.
                              Yes, I read that. Do you think I misrepresented it in my posts?

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