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    That's because you're too lazy to go and hunt down the enormous sociocide threads
    Ah, citing Sociocide as a source.

    As elegant a thread killer as using hemlock as mouthwash.

    Yes, I am pretty sure we're done here.

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    We were done when Jonny ducked the bet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    No, I think you specifically are a troll. Most of the public in the US, UK and Australia don't agree with your position, actually.



    That's because you're too lazy to go and hunt down the enormous sociocide threads where your retarded strawmen were dismissed in the first few pages, like, a year ago.

    I invite you to spend the next, oh, week or so re-reading old threads about this subject. We're done. I'm sorry I failed to convert you to my religion. I am going to have to live with that for the rest of my life :(:(:(:(
    I can't even remember my sociocide password, to be honest.

    You're trying to dance your way through this thread by just chanting strawman troll strawman troll READ THE EVIDENCE strawman troll

    I've read all about "climategate" and it's a fucking joke. There's nothing to it. It is not a "controversy" to anyone who can read.

    What else you got?

    Public opinion in the UK? or US? Who fucking cares what the majority of dipshits think, the majority of people in the US believe don't believe in evolution, I could give two shits


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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    No, I think you specifically are a troll. Most of the public in the US, UK and Australia don't agree with your position, actually.



    That's because you're too lazy to go and hunt down the enormous sociocide threads where your retarded strawmen were dismissed in the first few pages, like, a year ago.

    I invite you to spend the next, oh, week or so re-reading old threads about this subject. We're done. I'm sorry I failed to convert you to my religion. I am going to have to live with that for the rest of my life :(:(:(:(
    I can't even remember my sociocide password, to be honest.

    You're trying to dance your way through this thread by just chanting strawman troll strawman troll READ THE EVIDENCE strawman troll

    I've read all about "climategate" and it's a fucking joke. There's nothing to it. It is not a "controversy" to anyone who can read.

    What else you got?

    Public opinion in the UK? or US? Who fucking cares what the majority of dipshits think, the majority of people in the US believe don't believe in evolution, I could give two shits.

    PPS you are not the thread ref who declares when "We're" done. If you're done, I doubt anyone will miss you.

    FWIW the reason every sociocide thread on this comes out the same is YOU - you shrilly, repetitively browbeating everyone on this issue with your tedious line by line textwalls.


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    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/30/op...pagewanted=all

    So richard mueller WAS bothered by some of the issues in this thread. So he got some science pals and took a LONG time to look into it

    His conclusion? It's real, and man-made.

    I concluded that global warming was real and that the prior estimates of the rate of warming were correct. I’m now going a step further: Humans are almost entirely the cause.
    Our results show that the average temperature of the earth’s land has risen by two and a half degrees Fahrenheit over the past 250 years, including an increase of one and a half degrees over the most recent 50 years. Moreover, it appears likely that essentially all of this increase results from the human emission of greenhouse gases. These findings are stronger than those of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,
    We carefully studied issues raised by skeptics: biases from urban heating (we duplicated our results using rural data alone), from data selection (prior groups selected fewer than 20 percent of the available temperature stations; we used virtually 100 percent), from poor station quality (we separately analyzed good stations and poor ones) and from human intervention and data adjustment (our work is completely automated and hands-off). In our papers we demonstrate that none of these potentially troublesome effects unduly biased our conclusions.
    Just as important, our record is long enough that we could search for the fingerprint of solar variability, based on the historical record of sunspots. That fingerprint is absent.
    Everybody who was trotting out mueller like he was the soul of denunciation

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    If the scientists put half of the effort and money into finding a solution rather than proving an existing problem we might have had better weather this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache View Post
    http://www.nytimes.com/2012/07/30/op...pagewanted=all

    So richard mueller WAS bothered by some of the issues in this thread. So he got some science pals and took a LONG time to look into it
    Muller has always been the right kind of scientist to be working on the problem of AWG...unemotional, unbought, unbiased...even when "climategate" occurred he was the one to say "well a few guys may have fudged some numbers and acted foolish but that might not matter anyway"...he was never a DENIER....he was an AWG skeptic who wanted to know more.

    Then the GOP trotted him out to talk about AWG before Congress expecting him to blow it away, and what did he do? He said the data still pointed towards AWG, all things considered...scandalous!! How could he not have touted the "party line"?!

    Imagine that? A reasonable scientist who follows the data instead of political lobbies, pundits, and conspiracy blogs.

    I can't wait for the mud to start being flung in Prof. Muller's direction now by the AWG denier crowd and lobby. He'll be cast as a socialist liberal radical junk scientist for sure.

    That is how the right wing and their media outlets are painting scientists these days...a bunch of liberal wackjobs drooling for a grant. I guess the last 50 years of internet, computers, lasers, and space exploration were all pipe dreams too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cullion View Post
    Science is not a democracy.
    Exactly. This is why I still stand that all this "evolution" stuff is just liberal propaganda.
    It was aliens, and I have a whole History Channel to back me up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bneterasedmynam View Post
    If the scientists put half of the effort and money into finding a solution rather than proving an existing problem we might have had better weather this year.
    The issue is most solutions require cooperation and that requires convincing people


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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnyCache View Post
    The issue is most solutions require cooperation and that requires convincing people
    The only people at this point that require convincing are the ones who wouldn't believe there was a problem even if the heat caused them to burst into flames. Even then they would probably just chalk it up to the anger of some guy sitting on a cloud.

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