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Creepy Condescending Wonka Meme | BILL NYE SAID OLD PEOPLE NEED TO DIE OUT BEFORE CLIMATE SCIENCE CAN MOVE FORWARD WHAT A PIECE OF SHIT | image tagged in memes,creepy condescending wonka | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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he is pretty old too
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Franken/Nye 2020 ! LOL
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Everytime the left starts talking about global warming, a factory in the rust belt closes, and moves to China. #LiberalFacts

Ironically, the Chinese, or indian, or Mexican factory, ends up polluting more to make the same product, because they generally don't have environmental regulations, or if they do, they don't have the staff to enforce those regulations.

So it's a joke, really.

I think regional pollution, like dumping sludge into rivers, etc, should be the focus, not this Superman mentality of saving the planet.

It would be more effective.
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I think you'll find the Chinese have more emissions regulations than the U.S. (even China signed the Paris agreement) and that they infinitely more staff for any task - the population of the USA is less than a quarter than of China. While American students study the old testament, STEM universities in the USA are crammed full of Chinese students taking their bilingual skills and engineering/scientific training back to China - where they will dominate every future market. America will still be polluting the planet, light years behind, in denial to the end
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While they're busy dealing with all that cancer, maybe they can find the cure to commies.
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[satirical content only]....
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but the real question is: will he 'lead by example'?
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That's a good point. I had a lady friend, who was my age, saying she was old. In her twenty's she was.

I just looked at her, and typed: 'I'm not abandoning my own age group, OMFG.'

Still... Bill Nye isn't to be trifled with. He's just going balls to the wall IMO, by using a blanket statement we know isn't fully accurate. I think he's a centrist.

I wouldn't want to debate him. Well, I would, but I'd lose.
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He does have a point. But I'm glad you see that climate change is real and haven't fallen for the propaganda that it's fake.
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Few are saying climate change isn't real.... EVEN IF all humans and their technologies suddenly disappeared, climate IS going to change.... We are, geologically IN an Ice Age at this very moment ('they' never mention that) "...In the terminology of glaciology, ice age implies the presence of extensive ice sheets in both northern and southern hemispheres.[1] By this definition, we are in an interglacial period—the Holocene—of the ice age..." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_age The Earth WILL warm and cool regardless of whether we are here or not.... Now, how much humans are contributing, and what the effect of that contribution -- is at least somewhat debatable... What certainly IS true is that BOTH sides of the PUBLIC debate are highy influenced by those who stand to make billions (maybe even trillions) of dollars over the course of several decades... As far as I'm concerned, once BIG money and politicians are involved, all bets are off.,.. They have the power to influence the scientific 'communities', so simply relying on 'what they say' as gospel, is NOT a wise thing to do....
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The Big Money is going towards disproving the results of climate change. But you have one point definite: climate change does occur, regardless of humans. The human factor, however, exacerbates the situation. Yes, volcanoes put pollution in the air and plays havoc with the weather. I recall when Mt. St. Helens erupted back in the early 80s. Warmest city in the northern hemisphere that winter? Juneau, Alaska. Heck, it affected where I live in the Great Lakes region. Where I live, about a 2 hour drive from Chicago, if temps that winter dropped below 32°, it was a rare occurrence. We had snow fall Thanksgiving evening, into the early hours so when we woke up, there was about 1½" of snow on the ground when we left my in-laws to head home. By 6PM, all the snow was gone and we didn't see another snowflake until the morning of Groundhogs Day. I was listening to the radio as I'd just gotten off work, and the 5 O'Clock news headlined Phil had predicted an early spring. I looked out my window, and snow started falling. And, for the next six weeks, we had it almost daily. SMH.

Climate change occurs, but how has mankind thrown the schedule off with the various pollution he creates?
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Thank you, I really appreciate that Mt St. Helens story of your experience (it's things like that that people don't hear about or read in most standard history reports)... But as far as big money is concerned: it's on both (all) sides... If there wasn't big money, (and, in turn, even more big POTENTIAL money) on the 'side' of 'fixing' climate change -- we wouldn't be hearing too much about the topic (regardless if it's 'real' or not)... It takes big money to politically push such things -- and that IS what is happening... What did Al Gore say recently?: something like 'give us 15 trillion to 'fix' climate change'... Well, that IS big money of course.... That money would go to making a whole lot of people rich.... Recognizing this whole 'climate change movement' being in large part a money-making endeavor should never be out of anyone's mind -- if one wants to truly look at things rationally.... As the saying goes, 'follow the money' -- but also look hard for where it is or would be going (because people involved in big money, especially if they don't want the public to know, have some ways of hiding it).... There is one thing I 'believe' in regards to climate change: it's in no way an imminent threat to humanity (and not a threat at all to the existence of the Planet, geologically)... In other words, I think it probably wouldn't be a threat for the next several hundred years. .... Remenber, part of the campaign to push climate change agenda is to make it appear as if the World will end quickly -- if we don't 'act now' (this part always reminds me of the late-nite TV commercials that always tell the viewers to 'act now' or 'within the next 30 minutes, because quantities are limited', or 'you'll get a second one free'...)
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Yeah, I could fix it with that kind of cash, but that's not the way to go. It's something everyone should be working on. I'm researching affordable housing at the moment. I've got some interesting leads, but one of the items that fell in my lap was a low cost wind turbine. It only produces about 5 KWh a day, about a sixth of what the average home in the US deals with, but it does have a benefit for the area I live in: it's a great back up power source for when there is a power outage. Thousands of homes around here, both urban and rural, suffer from those several times a year. Sure, there's gas and diesel generators, but it costs money to run those. It would take about four years for this turbine to pay for itself in energy savings from the local power company, but that back up power source can provide very basic needs. It may not run your AC on a hot summer day (I've lived through such power outages. Last one a squirrel decided to seek shelter in our transformer) but it can run a refrigerator and provide some illumination in the house. It's small enough that it only needs about ten foot clearance over the house to catch the full breeze, but it's pretty efficient. And it makes more sense than solar panels in my area. As hot as it is, we've had so many overcast days that they are not efficient here. In areas like Arizona and Nevada, they are perfect, with all of the sun beating down on the desert. Of course, the power companies are fighting tooth and nail against THAT! Read up on how Nevada decided to penalize those folks that had spent thousands to install solar panels.
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