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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over (part 1 of 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    it is flawed logic and I have explained each one presented many times. It isn't like I didn't show why. And nothing accurate is censored. the trouble is your side not only wants your bias front ant and center, you often don't care if it's accurate or not. Just say dumb exaggerated ****, like Fox, and you won't call it biased.
    So you sincerely believe that Barrack Obama had the experience and intelligence to be President of the United States?

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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over (part 1 of 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    All of those are flawed, thought complaining about bias and using the Weekly Standard is funny.

    Being liberal doesn't mean you're biased in your reporting, so throw that out. No one can admit for others, so a few saying it is so doesn't make it so. So throw that silliness out. So, I repeat, I have not seen a valid study.
    No, 'being liberal doesn't mean you're biased in your reporting', however, it's pretty clear that the news broadcasts are providing biased, pro-liberal and pro-democrat news coverage. This is fact and not fantasy. Goes to actual counts of news stories column-inches and minutes / seconds given to various topics. All very exacting and scientific that.

    I suppose you throw out the journalists themselves admitting that they have a liberal bias as well?

    Gonna have to open your eyes to the real world out there, rather than refusing to admit 'that what you don't want' is really out there.
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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over (part 1 of 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    So you sincerely believe that Barrack Obama had the experience and intelligence to be President of the United States?
    I believe he was the better choice. I've seen very poor choices the last several elections. But we're to blame for that, not wanting honesty in our elections. And good people had to degrade themselves, like McCain to appease radical factions. This made him worse. Romney will never be president because he doesn't have it in him to lead the majority. Obama is flawed, but even he has to be beaten by a better opponent. You can't just phone it in and throw anyone up there. the candidate has to have some substance.

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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over (part 1 of 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by eohrnberger View Post
    No, 'being liberal doesn't mean you're biased in your reporting', however, it's pretty clear that the news broadcasts are providing biased, pro-liberal and pro-democrat news coverage. This is fact and not fantasy. Goes to actual counts of news stories column-inches and minutes / seconds given to various topics. All very exacting and scientific that.

    I suppose you throw out the journalists themselves admitting that they have a liberal bias as well?

    Gonna have to open your eyes to the real world out there, rather than refusing to admit 'that what you don't want' is really out there.
    Pretty clear how? Because it doesn't fit what you want to see? We have to have some measurable way to determine bias. It should measured based on language (read any Weekly Standard article and you'll see what I mean) and inaccuracies without consequence (again, weekly standard folks are inaccurate all the time and keep their jobs). not by the illogical measures most of these so called studies use.

    As I said, a journalist can only admit for him or herself, and not the majority. So, using only a few is hardly any evidence at all. Their is no reason to accept them as speaking for the whole. It's even illogical to do so.

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over

    Quote Originally Posted by cabse5 View Post
    No, I believe in mutation. Evolution implies matter evolved to a complex state from nothing... and this hasn't been proven.
    Huh? You have no idea how evolution even works. Open even a high school biology book and stop embarrassing yourself.
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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over (part 1 of 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by eohrnberger View Post
    No, I am not choosing art/philosophy majors, per your analogy.
    So you're smart enough not to choose an art or philosophy major for car repair when it pertains to your own life, for that we should all be somewhat relieved. Yet, you would opt for the non-scientist's opinion when it comes to complex scientific topics. Why?

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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over

    Quote Originally Posted by eohrnberger View Post
    Yeah, pretty much.

    Myths busted at climate change conference | Human Events

    Not sure if I'd call these folks 'knuckle dragging' through. That would appear to be awfully bold and needlessly and unfairly dismissive for a valid position.
    Thanks finally an example of a scientist that doesn't believe in GW. The problem is that Joe Bastardi totale of lack credibilty. If the conference is so good at "busting myth" why then use scientist that lack credibility and not even a expert on climate change? Also if you want to have a credibility confence why have the conference hosted by an orgainzation known for helping tobaco company to deny health risk with smoking?

    Why Is Fox Going To Joe Bastardi For Climate Change Analysis? | Research | Media Matters for America

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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over

    Quote Originally Posted by Verax View Post
    Meh, just wasn't very funny. Being that methane is a far more sensitive greenhouse gas I suppose you should stop talking too.
    You first... I just want to see how you fair....
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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over (part 1 of 2)

    Quote Originally Posted by Cardinal View Post
    So you're smart enough not to choose an art or philosophy major for car repair when it pertains to your own life, for that we should all be somewhat relieved. Yet, you would opt for the non-scientist's opinion when it comes to complex scientific topics. Why?
    You keep saying that I'm doing this, and have yet to prove that I am.
    All the dissenting opinions from learned scientists in the discipline I listed are not as you falsely characterize them.
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    Re: Only 20% Think Debate About Global Warming Is Over

    Quote Originally Posted by Bergslagstroll View Post
    Thanks finally an example of a scientist that doesn't believe in GW. The problem is that Joe Bastardi totale of lack credibilty. If the conference is so good at "busting myth" why then use scientist that lack credibility and not even a expert on climate change? Also if you want to have a credibility confence why have the conference hosted by an orgainzation known for helping tobaco company to deny health risk with smoking?

    Why Is Fox Going To Joe Bastardi For Climate Change Analysis? | Research | Media Matters for America
    You are demanding credibility while citing a Media Matters posting?
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