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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by zimmer View Post
    Spoken like a true socialist.

    As a founder of Greenpeace, and the only one with a degree in anything remotely to do with the environment (PhD in Ecology), and as a founder who left the flock... you'd think he would be worth hearing from... regularly.

    But... as you so beautifully and succintly reveal, there is no intellectual curiosity from your kind.

    How narrow.
    Not really. You here very little from the organization in general. You guys cherry pick people to listen to only if they match your bias. The fact is he doesn't at all represent the mainstream thinking on the issue. Of course that's assuming you're actually presenting his position.

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    Empty denier talking points. The Kochs aren't even having to pay for this support.
    Say "Koch" a few hundred more times and you can hang out with Harry Reid!

    I have no problem with supporting eco-friendly policies. I bike or metro to work while my car stays parked all week, I bring my own bags to the grocery store, I separate out plastics, paper, and glass from the rest of the rubbish and recycle, I turn off lights that aren't in use, and I always shower as to avoid wasting water filling a bath. I have no problem doing my part for a healthy Earth because it's going to be around for a long time and there are limited resources. But what I do have a problem with is hypocrite do gooders screaming that the sky is falling and striving to destroy American commerce in the name of bunk studies that make incorrect assumptions that only brainwashed zealots would believe.

    In the link I posted, check out the full report. I posted just the summary since I know people have lives, but seriously, take some time and read the full experiments. There are *tons* of them and the group is completely non-partisan.

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    It's funny how much debate over this is when, simply put, the raw data has become "damaging" to the narrative of co2 driven climate change.

    It's a red herring issue to distract from real environmental issues .... Run by watermelons; as in people that are green on the outside, but communist red on the inside.

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    It's funny how much debate over this is when, simply put, the raw data has become "damaging" to the narrative of co2 driven climate change.

    It's a red herring issue to distract from real environmental issues .... Run by watermelons; as in people that are green on the outside, but communist red on the inside.
    As I understand it, the counter-argument to "the data is against human-caused climate change" is that the sources are biased - funded by the oil companies and such.

    Which does hold some weight IMO...not sure how much though.
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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    As I understand it, the counter-argument to "the data is against human-caused climate change" is that the sources are biased - funded by the oil companies and such.

    Which does hold some weight IMO...not sure how much though.
    This is a myth created by the warmists cult. The truth is that oil companies have hedged bets... Ex; the CRU research lab was bought and paid for by shell oil.

    The sources are the ipcc and where they get their data... The raw data itself does not support the hypothesis, so, by the rules of a scientific approach, the hypothesis is wrong as it stands and must be reworked or scrapped and rebuilt.

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by BmanMcfly View Post
    This is a myth created by the warmists cult. The truth is that oil companies have hedged bets... Ex; the CRU research lab was bought and paid for by shell oil.

    The sources are the ipcc and where they get their data... The raw data itself does not support the hypothesis, so, by the rules of a scientific approach, the hypothesis is wrong as it stands and must be reworked or scrapped and rebuilt.
    I just wish there were some at least somewhat politically neutral scientists working on this **** - seems like it's all politicized.
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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    I just wish there were some at least somewhat politically neutral scientists working on this **** - seems like it's all politicized.
    The alarmists have made sure of that as well... The only person that can oppose a climate scientist is another climate scientist, who also would profit by pushing agw.

    It's like expecting a cop to rat out fifty cops, it foes happen, but so rarely it might as well be zero percent.

    Yes, agw is a political science, not an environmental science, and it's a shame because there are real environmental issues.

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by The Mark View Post
    As I understand it, the counter-argument to "the data is against human-caused climate change" is that the sources are biased - funded by the oil companies and such.

    Which does hold some weight IMO...not sure how much though.
    It's not the only argument. But it's odd you can't see the obvious link between business money and the hacks they hire.

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    Re: Scientists in cover-up of ‘damaging’ climate view[W:38]

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    Your link goes to a site requiring a subscription, and your attachment ius invalid. Maybe you should spend less time insulting others.
    Might one take your silent exit from the thread to mean finally you figured out the "glitch" either you or your browser was afflicted by? You either do or don't like cookies? Is this still supposed to be a WND article or just a subscription or attachment "glitch" only two posters at DP are suffering from? Probably best for you to moan about "insults" while throwing them around as other posters point out that you are killing the messenger you can't ID correctly.
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    In other news................this WND "article" is still neither from WND nor for subscribers only.
    http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/scienc...cle4091344.ece

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