From November 18, 2016 | Bizarro By Dan Piraro

From November 18, 2016 | Bizarro By Dan Piraro | If only that were true... | image tagged in memes,donkey,elephant,funny,sad,bizarro | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Not a fail!
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It's funny how a meme pointing out both flaws in each party doesn't do near as good as one that make fun of the one that only mentions flaws of one party...
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THEY'RE CAN ONLY BE ONE | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
It becomes too neutral maybe?..
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Yeah, not many people like that, they want a side to choose.
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This is true!
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Too Damn High Meme | THE AMOUNT OF OVER GENERALIZED RHETORIC IS TOO DAMN HIGH! | image tagged in memes,too damn high | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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I JUST CAN'T TAKE IT ANYMORE... | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Depending on how pissed I get, I may submit that this weekend.
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You should, some of these memes are taking away Invicta103's standard for political memes, if he were still here.
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Seeing Fantastic Beasts in 7, can you explain Invictas standard? It sounds like something maybe worth emulating once in a while.
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You know how people come off a bit crazy/extreme when they make political memes? Invitca103 had respect and class for others, unlike a few on this website (not all of them, though) that do. He was actually quite fun to talk to, I got to heard the other side of the political spectrum without people post videos or articles as to why that person or how I was wrong.
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Scheduled for Thursday.
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Alright.
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I don't even like political parties anymore, it's all just rubbish right now... :/
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You've never been to one of their parties... LOL
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Yeah, I don't think I would be accepted into one, to be honest.
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That's the best part, they don't have to accept you!
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Good, never wanted to be involved as a politician, anyways. Would probably change who I am as a person.
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Sorry dude, have to completely disagree with you about climate change. When 97% (90% at worst, but 97% is the best supported stat) of scientists agree on it and 100% of all national science academies around the world agree on it, there's not really much debate.

The few volcanoes that would need to erupt, would need to be super volcanoes, not the ones you see on the weather channel on a weekly basis in stock footage. That, or several all at once like the one in Iceland 7 or 8 years ago all smoking up for extended periods of time.

Plants grow faster because they are trapping CO2, which is why CO2 levels fall in the spring when everything is growing and go up in fall when plants stop consuming as much.

The heat absorption rate of water is simply one variable out of 100's.

Are the 1,000's of scientists who don't support it climatologists? People who study only one field with direct or indirect correlations to climatology have no business signing a petition when they don't understand the whole picture. That would be like me signing a petition saying that community policing is right/wrong. I've got 15 years in the security field and have spent months at a time creating security plans for events attended by over 15,000 people, but that doesn't make me a law enforcement expert.

Anyone who tried to run for political office in Europe with a position that climate change isn't real would get laughed out of politics. The English find it humorous that we have an entire political party over here that essentially agrees with it as part of their platform.
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The truth about the 97%...http://www.nationalreview.com/article/425232/climate-change-no-its-not-97-percent-consensus-ian-tuttle
Its More bunk !
Here is a very informative article for you !https://www.heartland.org/publications-resources/publications/why-scientists-disagree-about-global-warming
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How about some links from neutral sources? Those are both strong to extremely biased websites. If I wanted to prove the Cowboys were good I wouldn't send someone to dallascowboys.com.
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Ok , How about this ...
http://www.globalresearch.ca/more-than-1000-international-scientists-dissent-over-man-made-global-warming-claims/5403284
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That one doesn't even get a bias...lol, it's classified as conspiracy-psuedo science.
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Nonetheless, I think we should all be quietly encouraged by the recent letter by 50 former NASA astronauts, engineers and scientists protesting at the way their once-great institution has been prostituting its name in order to promote the great man-made global warming scam.

The letter says:

We, the undersigned, respectfully request that NASA and the Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) refrain from including unproven remarks in public releases and websites. We believe the claims by NASA and GISS, that man-made carbon dioxide is having a catastrophic impact on global climate change are not substantiated, especially when considering thousands of years of empirical data. With hundreds of well-known climate scientists and tens of thousands of other scientists publicly declaring their disbelief in the catastrophic forecasts, coming particularly from the GISS leadership, it is clear that the science is NOT settled.

The unbridled advocacy of CO2 being the major cause of climate change is unbecoming of NASA’s history of making an objective assessment of all available scientific data prior to making decisions or public statements.

As former NASA employees, we feel that NASA’s advocacy of an extreme position, prior to a thorough study of the possible overwhelming impact of natural climate drivers is inappropriate. We request that NASA refrain from including unproven and unsupported remarks in its future releases and websites on this subject. At risk is damage to the exemplary reputation of NASA, NASA’s current or former scientists and employees, and even the reputation of science itself.
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So it's not 50 astronauts, only seven of the signatures were from astronauts. They have an argument that climate change is not substantiated, but their counter argument is a belief, which again goes back to the 97% statistic.

It has the same problem as the other large petition usually mentioned by climate deniers, but is much more visible here. A vast majority of these NASA employees have no business signing a petition about something that isn't their area of expertise, for example:
- Space Shuttle Structures
- Crew Systems Division
- Flight Design and Dynamics
- Shuttle Leading Edge and Thermal Systems
- Flight Integration Operation
- Shuttle Pogo Prevention Panel
- Program Analyst
- Aircraft Maintenance and Engineering
- No AoE Listed (x2)
- Reentry Specialist
- Flight Crew Training and Operations
- Director of Space and Life Sciences
- Advanced Operations And Development
- Planning Aeroscience and Flight Mechanics
- Materials Division (x2)
- Project Engineer
- Space Station Program
- Office of Space Flight
- Apollo and Shuttle Program Office
- Motion Simulators
- Structures and Dynamics
- Propulsion and Power
- Quality Assurance
- Systems Integration
- Flight Controller

That's over half the list. A majority of the others on the list didn't specify enough to tell if they should be considered or not, but they were mostly administrative positions, so I am highly doubtful their opinions carry any weight on the subject. After reading the AoE of everyone who signed, it really makes me question whether this was scientific or political in nature.
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I remember that well..It was the Hippies saying it !
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there is only ONE real political party...the "government"! but very occasionally a Donald Trump comes along and throws a spanner in the works. give him a chance, what's the worst that could happen :-)
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The environment, that's what I'm worried about...
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Trump can't do any worse than Obama has done. Pretty sure even Obama never signed the Kyoto protocol and he was all about the environment, mind you, he was pretty sharp at introducing environmental measures that involved tax, funny that....Hmmm maybe Trump has a point with his anti-global warming stance :-/
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Why does no one care about the future and only think in present time? I don't know, it seems pointless for the government to get involved with this, I just wish the people would have some kind of agreement that says climate change will be a important problem that should be tackled, not ignored and pushed away.
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tell me about it! my council introduced food waste recycling in June...so far i'm the only person on my entire block who has put any waste in :-/
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The"Climate Change " being advocated is a Scam...Before man even was here to tap oil out of the ground the Planet warmed after the Ice age killed off many Animals. A few Volcanoes filling our atmosphere with dust can cause another deadly Ice Age. When Co2 levels rise, Plants grow faster reducing it to Oxygen for us to breathe. Any Pot grower knows about CO2 !
My research showed data that proved all gases like oxygen , nitrogen, Co2, helium, and hydrogen all have the exact same heat absorption number of 0.01 where Water vapor is 1.00 100 times the absorption of gases.I'm one of the 1000's of scientist who will not fall for the Political and Money making schemes !
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