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Here We Go Again: An Unrealistic Solution to a Real Problem
cnsnews.com ^ | 5/16/2014 | Charlie Daniels

Posted on 05/16/2014 9:03:14 PM PDT by rktman

For well over a century, there has been a contingency of people who have made dire predictions about changing weather patterns and their effect on the earth.

They have vacillated between global warming that would melt the polar ice caps and a new ice age which would see the skyscrapers in New York frozen over, catastrophic flooding or frozen oceans and have even predicted what areas of the planet would be the most adversely affected and how many of the food-growing regions would no longer be arable and how vast numbers of the population would starve.

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TOPICS: Crime/Corruption; Culture/Society; Government; News/Current Events
KEYWORDS: solutionstopollution
Thanks Charlie. Keep rockin'.
1 posted on 05/16/2014 9:03:15 PM PDT by rktman
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To: rktman

You know, even the EPA admitted the rise in the ocean is 6 feet over almost a century (2100). At such a rate, you would think that the human race could adapt. Unless you are in America, where even China builds bigger towers than you do, and you’re being beat to the construction of an actual arcology

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sky_City_%28Changsha%29


2 posted on 05/16/2014 9:08:37 PM PDT by Morpheus2009
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To: Morpheus2009

Meanwhile it snowed in Chicago today, May 16th


3 posted on 05/16/2014 9:14:28 PM PDT by BigEdLB (Now there ARE 1,000,000 regrets - but it may be too late.)
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To: BigEdLB

Didn’t get any produce damage, did you?


4 posted on 05/16/2014 9:17:28 PM PDT by Morpheus2009
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To: rktman

After the flood, In Genesis 9:15 I think, GOD said he would never destroy us by water again. So I do not worry. It’s the fire and brimstone thingie that has me worried.


5 posted on 05/16/2014 9:27:32 PM PDT by Texicanus (Texas, it's a whole 'nother country.)
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To: rktman

How does granting amnesty to tens of millions of low carbon illegals help reduce Global Warming?


6 posted on 05/16/2014 9:30:39 PM PDT by NoLibZone (The bad news: Hillary Clinton will be the next President. The Good news: Our principles are intact.)
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To: rktman
Since our sun and earth are 5 billion years old, give or take, I DON'T THINK we've got a real long range view of our weather.
7 posted on 05/16/2014 9:39:46 PM PDT by cloudmountain
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To: BigEdLB
Meanwhile it snowed in Chicago today, May 16th

My family lived in Chicago one year when I was four or five years old. All I can remember about Chicago was the cold.

8 posted on 05/16/2014 9:40:58 PM PDT by cloudmountain
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To: BigEdLB

The President said that global warming is NOW. Who are you going to believe, him or your lying thermometer?


9 posted on 05/16/2014 10:48:57 PM PDT by fhayek
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To: Morpheus2009

climate ping.


10 posted on 05/17/2014 1:11:26 AM PDT by gleeaikin
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To: rktman

Moving a world wide scam forward


11 posted on 05/17/2014 2:59:55 AM PDT by ronnie raygun
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To: Morpheus2009
At such a rate, you would think that the human race could adapt.

Maybe everybody could do what people did the last time the earth started warming up and the oceans started rising: if your feet start getting wet, walk up hill until they're dry again.

12 posted on 05/17/2014 3:38:57 AM PDT by seowulf (Cogito cogito, ergo cogito sum. Cogito.---Ambrose Bierce)
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To: fhayek
“Who are you going to believe, him or your lying thermometer?”.......

When it comes to odumbo, I'll believe anything contrary to what ever he says.

13 posted on 05/17/2014 4:02:38 AM PDT by DaveA37
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To: rktman

Start the countdown, we only have 500 days left!


14 posted on 05/17/2014 5:10:11 AM PDT by ABN 505
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To: cloudmountain

OK!! Everybody pay attention!

Lesson for today:

1. The sun is 1,300,000 times as big as the earth.

2. The sun is a ball of fire that controls the climates of all its planets.

3. The earth is one of the sun’s planets.

4. The earth is a speck in comparison to the size of the sun.

5. Inhabitants of the earth are less than specks.

Study Question: How do less-than-specks in congress plan to control the sun?


15 posted on 05/17/2014 5:27:34 AM PDT by abclily
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To: rktman

Think about if we had the other “problem”, climatic cooling. An ice age REALLY would impact the amount of land humans could inhabit and farm. Unless you want to build a house on top of a shifting hunk of ice miles deep. Other than that it is no problemo.


16 posted on 05/17/2014 5:38:39 AM PDT by central_va (I won't be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
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Somewhere in some article I read, during some icy period, mankind nearly bit the spear tip and the number of human(oids?) declined to some ridiculously low number. I think the projection was less than 100K. These asshats don’t even want to try to deal with another ice age. Although we know one is coming despite their stupid lies and forecasts. It’s call earth cycles I think. It’s been hotter and it’s been colder with zero input from us mere humans.


17 posted on 05/17/2014 6:07:34 AM PDT by rktman (Ethnicity: Nascarian. Race: Daytonafivehundrian)
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To: rktman
During the Jurassic Period, the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere was 7 (yes SEVEN) times higher than today. The dinosaurs lived in a lush jungle world that extend almost all the way to the arctic circle.
18 posted on 05/17/2014 6:10:19 AM PDT by central_va (I won't be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
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To: abclily

Lol. How on EARTH did we ever live without Google and all those fabulous search engines? :o) “Google” has even become a verb.


19 posted on 05/17/2014 6:11:23 AM PDT by cloudmountain
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To: central_va

Don’t ya just hate dinos drivin’ SUVs? So, just how many dino’s must there have been to have supplied “us” with petroleum/fossil fuels for this long? And how did they get so far underground? Do you think the asshats even consider that we aren’t really adding anything to anything? Just moving it from one “state” to another. Liquid to gas, gas to liquid. Frozen to thawed to frozen.


20 posted on 05/17/2014 6:15:04 AM PDT by rktman (Ethnicity: Nascarian. Race: Daytonafivehundrian)
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To: rktman
The socialist movement using this scam to control the economy and the Bourgeois have been crying wolf for so long that if nothing "is done" to prevent the "pending catastrophe" then it will expose the scam for what it is. Nothing is going to happen and there really wasn't a problem. But if "something is done" they can then take the credit for fixing something that wasn't a problem in the first place. Am I making sense?
21 posted on 05/17/2014 6:18:26 AM PDT by central_va (I won't be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
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To: rktman

I am open to the idea of abiotic hydrocarbon formation. Although the Free Republic geologist army will say that is crazy talk.


22 posted on 05/17/2014 6:20:35 AM PDT by central_va (I won't be reconstructed and I do not give a damn.)
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To: central_va

Makes sense to a lot of us. Unfortunately, the low/no info crowd is more concerned about the upcoming nuptials of kim and kant-yeah. Their “carbon footprint” to fly to Paris for the “celebration”—————. Not so much. As long as “they” can keep the low/no’s from caring, “they’re” good.


23 posted on 05/17/2014 6:46:07 AM PDT by rktman (Ethnicity: Nascarian. Race: Daytonafivehundrian)
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