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Time to stop believing fake news and pseudo-science. | THE ONLY THING MORE CONSISTENTLY WRONG THAN CNN POLLS ARE CLIMATE CHANGE PREDICTIONS | image tagged in fake news,cnn,polls,climate change,lies | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Because they can't argue a point so they call names instead
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Only thing they CAN'T do is prove me wrong.
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And FYI, I am not a progressive, but climate change is so obvious, and I am arguing a real point politely. Please don't try to generalize people who don't agree with you.
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is this what you are suggesting child?
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Who said anything about a hoax or china? I can tell you without any problem that the climate is indeed changing, and doing so constantly. The hoax are the models and the proposed "solutions" to those models.

If you're going to pretend to be talking to a child, try sounding a little more adult.
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Sure. Climate change is real and it is caused in part by humans. Our industrial revolution puts huge amounts of Co2 in the air causing a "greenhouse effect" trapping our heat. But I'm sure you have heard of this theory supported by most of the scientific community. The question is why you don't believe these models? Can you so clarify what exactly you don't believe, human caused climate change, the models you see on news networks, or both.
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I don't believe models because every single one that came to term has been wrong - by a lot. In many cases data was fabricated to get the desired result, in other cases it was just bad science. The scientific community is carefully selected through grants - scientists are rewarded for the results that only prove certain things, and after 30 years of this the "scientific community" consists of scientists that follow the party platform.

This is not to say that CO2 doesn't cause a "greenhouse effect" - it does, I wrote a paper on it myself - but we're not dealing with a test tube, there are hundreds of other components that influence climate - most of them natural and not man-made, and many have a much higher influence on climate patterns. All these natural occurrences and events occur in cycles and these are the cycles that cause climate change.

And I just want to add one more thing as to the CO2 - the biggest increase of emissions happened not at the start of the industrial revolution, but after the ENVORONMENTAL movement successfully lobbied to mandate CO2 convertors for all vehicles, claiming that CO2 is "harmless".
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The reason the biggest increase happened is because since the industrial revolution CO2 has been going steadily up. So it would be increasing more and more.

There are lots of other factors to climate change, but at this point humans are the main cause, our emissions are massive, and climate cycles are slow things. The quick increase in natural disasters, melting ice caps, and irregular climate coincides with our industrial revolution.
Think about why this is a partisan issue. Big oil is trying to distort the issue, like big tobacco or lead industries. If it wasn't more them man made climate change would be a mainstream fact. You seem very knowledgeable, but man made climate change is a huge issue and the driving force of our climate issues today.
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I thought I was talking to a person who was curious or looking for an intellectual discussion, turns out I'm talking to a regurgitator of talking points. Not worth my time.
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Come on don't just stop discussing and start dissing when I respond with my opinions. :( What am I regurgitating, just because a lot of people believe it doesn't make it untrue.
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I recognize all the talking points - "big oil", "increase in natural disasters" (not true), "melting ice caps" (which are actually shifting and not melting, which is why total area of ice caps increased even though they decreased in some areas) … all talking points that you have accepted since elementary school without question. This is what you call "sound logic"? Try to answer this for me - using logic - if industrial revolution started global warming, why was the scientific consensus up into the 1980s was that we are causing a global cooling and a human caused ice age?
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The reason people say the caps are shifting is that in East Antarctica the ice is growing. That is an anomaly because East Antarctica is higher from the warm sea. More snow is falling because of climate change in other poles, evaporating glaciers. Now, even East Antarctica glaciers may be melting. Ice cap area has not increased if you factor in both. While the Arctic ice cap decreased dramatically, the Antarctic increased slightly. Ice loss in Greenland has increased by a 5 fold, and the reason Antarctica is increasing is because it is cooler from more wind, caused by ozone depletion. https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/oct/09/why-is-antarctic-sea-ice-at-record-levels-despite-global-warming
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I'm just kidding :D but don't get rage quit
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Did you see my response above, Clay? Have you come up with the logical explanation to that question?
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I really don't know. You have definitely instilled a lot of doubt in my mind. I always have accepted that global warming was mostly human caused because I saw so much motive to smear the issue and it was basically universally recognized where I'm from. I still think that humans are the main cause but I'll definitely do more research. Thanks
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Okay i have dine some research. Have you seen the temperature of our years now. Our global sea level is rising steeply. This only really started to be significant recently so in the 1980 it wouldn't have been as obvious back then. Our sea levels are also rising https://www.skepticalscience.com/sea-level-rise.htm Oh and for the shifting ice caps. Our ice caps have melted faster in the last 20 years than the last 10,000. Antarctica and Greenland are contributing 3 times as much to the sea level as 20 years ago. https://m.dw.com/en/polar-ice-sheets-melting-faster-than-ever/a-16432199 Even permafrost is melting, ice that has been frozen for thousands of years. https://www.wunderground.com/resources/climate/melting_permafrost.asp
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I appreciate and respect you doing your own research. We may not agree on conclusions, but the fact that you took the time to research new evidence when it was presented to you, puts you above 99.9999% of the population.

Sea levels rose a lot less than predicted by every single model. They rise and lower in cycles measuring 100s of years, so the short-sightedness of a 20 year fluctuation is barely enough to notice a trend, much less make a long-term prediction.

That is why all the models fail, their ignore the insignificance of what even 160 years of data means to a global climate change. They look at recorded data, most of which goes just over 100 years and ignore paleoclimatological evidence that shows cooling and warming cycles long before humans existed. As early as 3rd grade, I remember science teachers putting the age of humanity in perspective to the age of earth by viewing age of the globe as a year calendar - and the humans don't appear until somewhere around 23:58 on December 31st. That is not to say that humans have no influence whatsoever - please don't think I deny any and all influence from our existence - but to put it into perspective, a single volcanic eruption will have more short-term effect than all the world's cars and factories combined. For example Mt. St. Helen's eruption alone, threw so much ash in the air that it cooled world's average temps by 2 degrees. It took 20 years for the effect to subside, but the two degree difference was attributed by climate alarmists as human-made global warming and not a result of a natural disaster - the likes of which have affected climate for eons.
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