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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    I see you ignored the link I posted. Again.
    I have seen no link posted by you. What is the post number?
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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    We have had no significant warming for over 15 years, yet AOC and the fanatics keep telling us, we need to wreck the economy with the GND to "save the planet"

    Most people stopped listening to the nonsense years ago

    Greenpeace Founding Member: 'The Whole Climate Crisis Is Not Only Fake News, It's Fake Science'
    Greenpeace Founding Member: 'There Is No Climate Crisis' | RealClearPolitics

    “BIG NEWS – Verified by NOAA – poor weather station siting leads to artificial long term warming”


    BIG NEWS – Verified by NOAA – poor weather station siting leads to artificial long term warming | Watts Up With That?

    the IPCC folks tell us we MUST lower world CO2 output by 50% by 2030. Previously the same idiots had said 85% by the year 2000

    The real Question is what can the US, which produces 16% of world CO2 , do with or without the EU, to lower world CO2 with China and India etc. increasing output? the answer is NOTHING , and the Obama EPA Chief admitted just that.\



    And it just got worse
    “China Ramps Up Coal Power Again, Despite Pressure to Cut Emissions”
    “China is set to add new coal-fired power plants equivalent to the European Union's entire capacity in a bid to boost its slowing economy, despite global pressure on the world's biggest energy consumer to rein in carbon”
    China Ramps Up Coal Power Again, Despite Pressure to Cut Emissions | InsideClimate News
    China boosts coal mining capacity despite climate pledges - Reuters
    “China coal power building boom sparks climate warning”
    China coal power building boom sparks climate warning - BBC News

    “EPA Chief Admits Obama Regs Have No Measurable Climate Impact: ‘One one-hundredth of a degree?’ EPA Chief McCarthy defends regs as ‘enormously beneficial’ – Symbolic impact”
    “Watch Obama EPA chief Gina McCarthy Testify to Congress: 'The value of this rule is not measured in that way. “


    “CHAIRMAN SMITH: “Do you disagree with my one one-hundredth of a degree figure? Do you disagree with the one one-hundredth of a degree?”

    ADMINISTRATOR MCCARTHY: “I’m not disagreeing that this action in and of itself will not make all the difference we need to address climate action, but what I’m saying is that if we don’t take action domestically we will never get started and we’ll never…”
    http://www.climatedepot.com/2015/07/...mbolic-impact/

    Here is a real Climatologist on the AGW subject.


    “Uncertain' Science: Judith Curry's Take On Climate Change”
    http://www.npr.org/2013/08/22/213894...climate-change

    “85 Papers Find Extremely Low CO2 Climate Sensitivity”


    https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley....2/2015EA000154
    https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...28045886000203
    https://notrickszone.com/wp-content/...Malmi-2019.jpg
    https://iopscience.iop.org/article/1...63/aabac6/meta
    http://notrickszone.com/50-papers-low-sensitivity/

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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim the plumber View Post
    The gist of the matter is the need to actually understand what you are talking about. You don't.
    Like I said.

    Not obvious to plumbers.

    And we know damn well you wouldn’t learn it on your own.
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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    As for nutrition:

    The Fight Against Global Greening - Part 2

    The Fight Against Global Greening - Part 1 ... “‘Global Greening’ Sounds Good. In the Long Run, It’s ... are not familiar with The Fight Against Global Greening - Part 1, you can either read it in its entirety

    ". . . For a full and exhaustive treatment of this issue, see Mineral nutrient composition of vegetables, fruits and grains: The context of reports of apparent historical declines [pdf] by Robin J. Marles (Health Canada).
    The issue is nutshelled in this quote from the Marles study:
    “Contemporaneous analyses of modern versus old crop varieties grown side-by-side, and archived samples, show lower mineral concentrations in varieties bred for higher yields where increased carbohydrate is not accompanied by proportional increases in minerals – a “dilution effect”.”
    When modern crops produce more grain or fruit, through plant breeding, better agricultural methods, modern fertilizers and CO2 fertilization, the increased “food” doesn’t contain an equal, proportional, increase in minerals, vitamins, proteins and carbohydrates. Present day biology is not sure why this is.
    The Bottom Line important for us from this paper is:
    “The benefits of increased yield to supply food for expanding populations outweigh small nutrient dilution effects addressed by eating the recommended daily servings of vegetables, fruits and whole grains.”
    Nutritional deficiencies don’t result from eating foods that “lack nutrients” — nutritional deficiencies result from poverty and the inability of people to have enough of the necessary foods to make up an adequate diet.
    Nutritional deficiencies stem from not having enough to eat. Period. . . . "
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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Ok. So you think we evolved 30 million years ago.
    Or ancestors were around as primates then. Our lungs have adapted to those conditions.

    I know you can't make any point without looking (a word I am not allowed to say) but to use a straw man argument the "What your saying is.." is a bit of a classic.

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    Scientific literature and documents pertaining to the effects of inhalation exposure to carbon dioxide (CO2) on human health and psychomotor performance were reviewed. Linear physiological changes in circulatory, cardiovascular, and autonomic systems on exposure to CO2 at concentrations ranging from 500 to 5000 ppm were evident. Human experimental studies have suggested that short-term CO2 exposure beginning at 1000 ppm affects cognitive performances including decision making and problem resolution. Changes in autonomic systems due to low-level exposure to CO2 may involve these effects. Further research on the long-term effects of low-level CO2 exposure on the autonomic system is required. Numerous epidemiological studies indicate an association between low-level exposure to CO2 beginning at 700 ppm and building-related symptoms. Respiratory symptoms have been indicated in children exposed to indoor CO2 concentrations higher than 1000 ppm. However, other indoor comorbid pollutants are possibly involved in such effects. In the context of significant linear increase of globally ambient CO2 concentration caused by anthropogenic activities and sources, reducing indoor CO2 levels by ventilation with ambient air represents an increase in energy consumption in an air-conditioned building. For the efficient energy control of CO2 intruding a building from ambient air, the rise of atmospheric CO2 concentration needs to be urgently suppressed.

    Submarine crew are reported to be the major source of CO2 on board submarines (Crawl 2003). Data collected on nine nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarines indicate an average CO2 concentration of 3,500 ppm with a range of 0-10,600 ppm, and data collected on 10 nuclear-powered attack submarines indicate an average CO2 concentration of 4,100 ppm with a range of 300-11,300 ppm (Hagar 2003).
    Scientists say vs the bleeding obvious that submarine crews cope fine.

    Which is evidence and which is something else?

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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Whens the last time you ate a leaf?

    As CO2 levels climb, millions at risk of nutritional deficiencies

    We already put fertilizer on food crops.
    Lettice?

    Leaves produce the rest of the plant.

    I eat cows, they eat leaves.

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    Re: Global warming my ass.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Yeah, what a terrible person I am, being more interested in feeding human beings than I am in the welfare of trees.

    So how much more starvation do you want to create in order to fuel this tree growth?

    The Green cause is starving the world today. This is currently mostly been done via biofuel. 20 million per year.

    The use of solar power will take vast amounts of land out of food production and into failing to make electricity.

    The restriction of use of fossil fuel is and will reduce the ability for us to use fertilizers.

    Your cause is to reduce via whatever means humanity in all ways. Just plain evil.

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