Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

OK so you are so completely, utterly ignorant that I'm not even mad at you anymore, I just pity you.

You don't sound not mad.

You appear to be lashing out.

... So speaking as someone who's not completely ignorant (in your own good opinion) of these things, those that have seen yaweh's body, including Moses, Isiah, Ezekiel, Amos, and Abraham ... They don't see a male body, but a kind of transexual or intersexual body of god?

Does yahweh have a medium hairy chest, and small breasts, in between narrow and wide hips, either a small penis or a really huge clitoris, and a thin whispy beard?

Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

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So the writers of the Bible used "He" for god because they looked around at other religions and saw that there were a lot of pantheistic religions that had a female god, and thought, "what's a good analogy for betting differentiated from those guys"?

Good theory. Nothing to do with the misogyny by which god's wife or the female followers of Jesus were left out, except to admonish anyone who recognises them?

I wonder if people will get beaten or mugged for wearing these shoes.... by In-the-clouds in whatever

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You think the middle class are going to buy gold painted sneakers and wear them to board meetings? Or out to a cocktail party?

Those things are the most ghetto footware I've ever seen.

Regarding IQ, people who finished college don't tent to vote for Trump.

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[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

What were the recounts? A conspiracy of election officials, lawyers, judges, reporters, the political parties, the Governor and police?

Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

It is an analogy,

What's it analogous to?

the divine nature is not really male.

It was when the Bible was written. You can overlay what you want to take out of the Bible, but then we're not talking about Yahweh, we're taking about you.

The ancient isreaelites worshipped Gods they weren't supposed to.

Including Ashera, originally the wife of El, and then as Yahweh became less the god of Israel and more the supreme god (according to yaweh cult), he was attributed more of El's attributes, including his wife.

So they acted like he had a wife.

She and Baal and other gods were worshipped, in some cases in the same temples as yaweh was.

You can call it an act of you like, but they weren't acting.

like poseidon or thor or any other retard god people have believed in.

The greco-roman gods came later to the region.

Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

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Hermaphrodite people do exist.

And other intersex people.

That is different than transgenders who are simply making stuff up.

Many index people are transgender. Because being intersex is related to being assigned the wrong sex at birth.

God doesn't have a gender. People do.

What's their pronouns?

My God is the God of the Catholic Church

The "our father" one?

That's male. He had a wife according to first millennium BC yahweh cult archeology.

If you call your local priest, he can explain the divine name and what it means philosophically.

"Yaweh?" It doesn't mean anything, it's just a name. Like "Baal", "Ashera", "El" or "Chemosh". Or "Bruce".

Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Some people are intersex. Some people are retards. An adult who deals with the former by putting their fingers in their ears, closing their eyes, stomping their feet and demanding that they don't exist is probably an example of the latter.

Great that you've got a transgender god, though. What's Their name?

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[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Yes, fake news is false.

But this was about the Georgia recounts. Which were performed. And the results are in. That is neither, as Rudy has discovered.

Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

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You've confused affirming and being lied to.

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Neither is lying about climate models to support the fossil fuel industry and harm consumers.

Climate models have made good predictions since their very beginnings in the 1970s.

https://www.carbonbrief.org/analysis-how-well-have-climate-models-projected-global-warming/

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong – A ‘Major Gap In Our Understanding’ by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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What model-observation errors are there in immunology?

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong – A ‘Major Gap In Our Understanding’ by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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What I'm saying is that this article managed to take a paper showing increased need to act on greenhouse emissions, and spin it 180°. You get that with these climate denial blogs. They're pushing fossil fuel industry talking points, not science.

Models are improving all the time as little increases in understanding like this are incorporated.

How to say the trial was a political hit without saying it was a political hit by passionflounder in whatever

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So you "saw" the evidence and you thought that evidence was contrary to the fact that it was a lie ... Without thinking about it at all?

Difficult to believe. But you be you.

Those of us that thought about it found the evidence to show there was fraud. As did the court.

Donald Trump hit where it hurts most in New York fraud ruling by [deleted] in politics

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The bank is obliged to do their diligence when issuing financial products.

Which is why it's fraud when you lie to them inflating you with in the financial statements that you give them.

Ergo, if they issued something based on that value, they agreed.

No, they don't go through every item on your balance sheet and get an independent valuation. If they did that, applying for a loan would cost millions.

I personally don't know much about the value of it, myself

The fraud on that property can be summarized as $17M is a long way from $1000M. You don't need to know what the value is, just how much he changed it depending on who was asking.

Alabama preacher kills himself after being outed as "transgender curvy girl" by Drewski in news

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How do you judge what someone deserves if you haven't met them?

I wonder if people will get beaten or mugged for wearing these shoes.... by In-the-clouds in whatever

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Gold painted sneakers?

Yeah they do.

I wonder if people will get beaten or mugged for wearing these shoes.... by In-the-clouds in whatever

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They got robbed when they bought them.

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I've linked to two articles about the results to both recounts.

What exactly is false?

President Bukele nukes a BBC reporter for criticizing his tough crime crackdown in El Salvador by xoenix in whatever

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They went martial law to get a handle on the rampant crime,

The problem is that there are a huge number of people locked up without a day in court.

It's a risk we decided not to take, but you can certainly do it more cheaply if you just lock people up on suspicion. There will be more than a few people in there who's ex or business rival or bad neighbour decided to fuck them over though.

and made a huge positive difference.

For most people. And a huge negative for some.

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They whined over nothing.

You obviously haven't been following the case. They had to flee their homes and their jobs because of the threats from Trump's terrorists.

Election in 2000 was rigged.

The supreme court decided it along party lines, and gave the presidency to the candidate with the fewer votes.

Katherine Harris rigged it and the Supreme Court got it wrong but at least Harris didn't whine about being defamed.

Katherine Harris wasn't warned by the FBI to flee her home for her safety, and she didn't get the cascade of racist comments and threats. And Katherine Harris was a politician. Ruby and Shae were volunteers who wanted to help the country hold a democratic election.

In 2020 Georgia was rigged.

Nope.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “My brother told me that he had sent my nomination in the summer, but I was, like, literally working out of restaurant. It's like, there's no way.” by Questionable in politics

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she is a puppet

One of the consequences of Citizens United v. FEC is that all the congresspeople are puppets of their donors.

AOC much less than most. She's got the liberation of a 70% majority which means that what she's beholden to is the voters.

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[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

You can question elections without defaming two innocent volunteers.

Revisiting the hot model problem - there is still reason to doubt very high climate sensitivity models by [deleted] in ScienceUncensored

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Of course, but fossil fuels contribute only by small part to carbon dioxide levels.

It looks to me like fossil fuels contribute have contributed about 160% of the increase in CO2 in the atmosphere:

Using 1ppm in the atmosphere of CO2 weighing about 7.82 GT, the increase from pre-industrial CO2 of about 140ppm would be about 1095 GT of CO2.

Using the our world in data data, cumulative emissions from fossil fuels alone are 1770 GT of CO2

Not just in prehistorical times: carbon dioxide levels and temperatures escalated before industrial revolution too.

That's not CO2 in the atmosphere. That's refractory black carbon in the ice.

Reconstructing sea level from paleo and projected temperatures 200 to 2100 AD: Sea levels were higher in medieval period than today PNG . And temperatures apparently too.

This graph at your link implies that temperatures were colder ... nearly a degree colder in the medieval warm period than today.

I agree that sea levels were about 20cm higher than today. Which would be due to the "fast" 200-300 year response time to temperature mentioned in the sea level reconstruction paper, and the fact that the current warming is only 100 years old.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “My brother told me that he had sent my nomination in the summer, but I was, like, literally working out of restaurant. It's like, there's no way.” by Questionable in politics

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

"Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is not really the congresswoman of New York's 14th congressional district. She is essentially an actress. She's merely playing the part of a New York congresswoman."

You become the congresswoman by standing and getting more votes than the other people who stood.

AOC won a whopping 70.7% of the votes in 2022. She's the congresswoman.

Her background isn't acting. It's international relations and economics.

Water vapor is Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gas. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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Yes.

It's only the rapid increase that is putting extinction pressure on every ecosystem on the planet, and requiring us to move agricultural activities and infrastructure.

Water vapor is Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gas. by ActuallyNot in whatever

[–]ActuallyNot[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Your assertion that Water Vapor is a "Powerful Greenhouse Gas", and all of your links claiming the same.

Yes.

But I guess since your links tell me the green house effect is a valuable and necessary aspect of our lives and the rain cycle. You tell me won't you?

Do you need to go through the difference between the natural greenhouse effect and the anthropogenic part of the greenhouse effect, that is causing global warming again?

  • The natural greenhouse effect warms the planet about 33°C.

  • The anthropgenic part of the greenhouse effect is the bit that's been warming on top of that for the past 100 years. It's only at about 1°C, but it's increasing.

  • The anthropogenic greenhouse effect is related to, and primarily caused by, the increase in atmospheric CO2. You can see the relationship in this chart.

Is there something there that you still don't understand?

The question you avoided was "What makes you think Water vapor is more dangerous than co2 emissions?"

Alabama Supreme Court rules frozen embryos are children, imperiling IVF by [deleted] in politics

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Ejaculating is mass murder. It probably kills 100 million innocent children!

Today's Justice: "Bankruptcy judge says Rudy Giuliani can appeal defamation judgment but has to find someone else to pay the legal bills" by SoCo in politics

[–]ActuallyNot 1 insightful - 2 fun1 insightful - 1 fun2 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

The judgement?

Or Giuliani siccing the Trump terrorists on a couple of election volunteers?

Or stopping Giuliani from denying the victims the money by bankrupting himself with legal expenses, while driving up their legal costs?

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At least it's consistent.

Joe Biden is personally, directly responsible for the rape and murder of an 11 year-old girl. He caused this. by iamonlyoneman in politics

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I haven't seen any data to support the claim that the arrests are biased by undocumented illegals being harder to arrest.

Water vapor is Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gas. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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But u/ActuallyNot, does not recognize clouds as containing water vapor, but only water droplets,

Or ice crystals.

using this fact to never acknowledge that vapor condenses into clouds or their cooling affect, or the rain cycle

That's not true. Water droplets and/or ice crystals in clouds are in equilibrium with the water vapor.

Clouds do have a cooling effect, but it's not clear that the impact of global warming on clouds increases or decreases that impact.

Observational evidence is that cloud feedback is positive.

(Draft version of the full paper)

Climate experts sound alarm over thriving plant life at Greenland ice sheet by ActuallyNot in environment

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Transpiration does release water vapor. But they're probably talking methane.

The arrogance of ignorance: Saiditor fails to grasp what water vapor is. Then pauses to suggest rainfall would confuse other people. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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It's been debunked that ... water vapor is invisible?

Or that water vapor is a greenhouse gas?

Because in either case you're talking bullshit.

Joe Biden is personally, directly responsible for the rape and murder of an 11 year-old girl. He caused this. by iamonlyoneman in politics

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So, it's easier to arrest people with documentation, so we let in more illegals without documentation to cause less arrests?

I haven't seen any data to support that.

I can't follow what a saiditor might be thinking. by ActuallyNot in AskSaidIt

[–]ActuallyNot[S] 1 insightful - 1 fun1 insightful - 0 fun2 insightful - 1 fun -  (0 children)

Water vapor feedback is strongly positive because water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas.

You were trying to cloud the issue by saying that water vapor includes clouds.

This doesn't work for two reasons.

1) Clouds aren't water vapor.

2) Cloud feedback is much smaller than water vapor feedback, and may not even be negative.

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong – A ‘Major Gap In Our Understanding’ by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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Then you've got no proof that the models can't take past data and predict conditions today.

For the rest of us the reason that there's a certain amount of trust in the instrumental temperature record is that there are many independent groups who have done it. There's small differences, mostly due to how they treat parts of the earth with no data. But it's one of those things that is also pretty good.

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong – A ‘Major Gap In Our Understanding’ by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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This paper finds some of the high-cost high-casualty impacts have been underestimated in arid regions: Wildfire, ecosystem functioning and temperature extremes.

If confirmed, this increases the economic benefit to reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

The "major gap in our understanding" implied is that the availability of moisture in arid/semi-arid regions is lower in reality than in models.

New Study: Climate Models Get Water Vapor Wildly Wrong – A ‘Major Gap In Our Understanding’ by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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These models can’t take past data and predict conditions today.

That's one of the myths that the fossil fuel industry has paid for.

But if you look at them, they've been pretty good.

We can predict weather about 1 week out with acceptable accuracy. No so with much longer term climate.

That's right. It's the climate that climate models have been getting right decades out. Not the weather on a certain day.

Water vapor is Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gas. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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Please continue to inform us of how Water vapor is more dangerous than co2 emissions.

Sorry?

What makes you think Water vapor is more dangerous than co2 emissions?

Tucker: The United States is headed toward military rule by x0x7 in videos

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If Tucker said the sky was blue, you'd go out and check, wouldn't you.

I mean there is one lump of tofu and hair dye who is nothing if not a crackpot dealer.

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"This is fucking retarded" in reference to your statement.

The meaning was the same as the sentence "water vapor a powerful greenhouse gas is fucking retarded". I paraphrased it down to one sentence, because I'm dealing with a fucking illiterate, who complains about all the words.

At which point I accepted your terminology as worded

I must have missed that. Can you link me to this comment where you accept my terminology?

and reasserted my rejection of your world view as propaganda meant for profiting off of the Green Energy.

What the fuck are you smoking?

Big green energy?

Sunlight and wind aren't like oil. You don't buy the mining rights. There's no one person who owns a quarter of the world's wind reserves.

The only industry with serious money in this game is the fossil fuel industry.

Which uses terms such as Climate change loosely, in place of proper terms such as "man made climate change" in order to sell lies through partial truths.

Got an example of such a partial truth?

Hi! How are you doing?

Wading through posts by people who can't grasp what water vapor feedback is, and blame "big sunshine" on their ignorance.

It's amusing enough if you don't need faith in humanity.

How are you?

Joe Biden is personally, directly responsible for the rape and murder of an 11 year-old girl. He caused this. by iamonlyoneman in politics

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This, comrades, is a textbook example of a whataboutism.

No whataboutism would be Joe may be responsible for this rape, but Trump has been accused of rape, sexual assault, and sexual harassment, including non-consensual kissing or groping, by at least 25 women since the 1970s.

This is pointing out that your claim that Biden increased crime by letting in immigrants is based of the patently false claim that immigrants commit more crimes. In fact to reduce violent crimes, you should not let in citizens.

Besides which, Biden didn't create the need for people to wait for an immigration hearing. That has been underfunded long before him.

The (Black) Harvard Professor who Found No Bias in Police Shootings Describes the Reception He Got from Academic Colleagues by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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Whether you believe them or not, that was the reason given for his suspension.

The arrogance of ignorance: Saiditor fails to grasp what water vapor is. Then pauses to suggest rainfall would confuse other people. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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My assumption is that you will intentionally miss the point that clouds are made from water vapor.

Incorrect

Clouds are not made from water vapor. They're made from ice or liquid water.

and cool the planet as a negative temperature feedback on a constant basis

Incorrect

They probably cool overall, but that's not something we know for certain yet. And they certainly don't cool on a constant basis.

In any case the positive feedback from water vapor is greater than the feedback from clouds.

with a corollary that ZERO of the doomsday models account for this observed phenomenon.

Incorrect

Following the pioneering studies of Sundqvist (1978), an explicit representation of clouds was progressively introduced into climate models, beginning in the late 1980s.

Therefore I declare myself the winner for this thread

Declare yourself whatever you want.

and remind you my assumption has been Correct all along.

Incorrect

Clouds also exist at night.

Donald Trump hit where it hurts most in New York fraud ruling by [deleted] in politics

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Does valuing Mar-a-lago at $1 Billion for the bank, when a property valuer put in around $23 million, plus or minus $5 million, for tax purposes not jump at little bit?

I mean that's a 4300% inflated price.

Most people would at least notice.

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If trump appeals, it doesn't look like he will do it on the grounds that he didn't commit the fraud.

His defence, if he attempts it will be because his victim was the bank, and they happened to get paid back as they would have if he had been a smaller risk.

https://www.newsweek.com/donald-trump-judge-arthur-engoron-fraud-trail-new-york-appeal-1871190

How to say the trial was a political hit without saying it was a political hit by passionflounder in whatever

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So for instance, you think his New York apartment actually was three times the size for the banks than it was for the tax department?

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The volume of the cloud that isn't visible

Clouds are visible.

As what I believe is retarded is your entire world view and belief system.

What you said was "water vapor a powerful greenhouse gas is retarded".

Now you're saying water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas.

Which is it?

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Acting?

The (Black) Harvard Professor who Found No Bias in Police Shootings Describes the Reception He Got from Academic Colleagues by iamonlyoneman in whatever

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The reasons for him being lambasted by his formers is a direct result of some of his unpopular research, imo

I hope not.

I enjoyed the take of Ross, C.T., Winterhalder, B. & McElreath, R. Resolution of apparent paradoxes in the race-specific frequency of use-of-force by police. Palgrave Commun 4, 61 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1057/s41599-018-0110-z when resolving the discrepancy between the 2017 analysis of Dr. Roland Fryer's and a 2016 analysis with the apparently opposite findings (Ross, Cody T. "Identifying the Drivers of the Exceptionally High Rates of Lethal and Racially Biased Violence by Police in the United States Requires Geographically Resolved Data and Analysis." Sociological Forum. Vol. 31. No. 1. 2016.)

Fryer found that the factor of more than three that black people were likely to be shot by police wasn't due to bias, because they were more than three times more likely to have an interaction with police. Fine economics (Dr. Fryer's field), but I can see why a sociologist might question the approach, or at least how the findings are presented by the press.

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So you're claiming now that both water vapor is a more powerful greenhouse gas, and that it's fucking retarded to say that Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas?

Correct.

Pick a lane. Is water vapor a powerful greenhouse gas or not.

It is your belief, and I find it retarded that you can contribute climate change to water vapor,

What the fuck does "you can contribute climate change to water vapor" mean?

while ignoring the massive scale of all the moisture in the air,

This is an example of bullshit. No one is ignoring the moisture in the air. It is an important positive feedback.

and blaming carbon,

CO2 is the most important greenhouse gas for the radiative forcing that is causing the current warming.

while pretending it doesn't cause growth of plant life in the environment.

This is another example of bullshit. No one is pretending carbon fertilisation doesn't increase growth of some plants when water, sunlight and soil nutrients aren't limited, nor that it increases the drought resistance of some plants.

I do not care to pretend that clouds do not contain water vapor

When you post that " a cloud is an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of miniature liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere", how dumb do you you have to be to not realize that that doesn't include gasses?

because they visually exist through the existence of water droplets or ice crystals once the humidity reaches 100%.

What part of "water droplets or ice crystals" are you not understanding?

This is mere semantics.

Bullshit.

Water vapor is a greenhouse gas. Clouds are not.

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So the paper itself wasn't AI generated, just the images?

I thought the Left was against disinformation? Hasn't this myth been debunked several times? by DufferDooface in propaganda

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The claim appears to be that people who work for the Atira Women’s Resource Society earn less than their peers working for similar charities.

I'm not aware that that's been debunked. Nor am I aware that anyone's arguing against that fact.

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So yes: the current problem of climate modelling is real and carbon dioxide levels and temperatures are correlated more strongly than climate models generally suggest - just their causality gets exactly the opposite.

Wait. Surely combustion of fossil fuels also releases carbon dioxide?

After all, scientists know for many years, that there is lag of carbon dioxide levels behind global temperatures

Prior to the current warming. So the warming of the Milankovitch cycles was kicked off by an increase in temperature, maybe 400 years before the increase in CO2.

(Although you could argue the toss there. There's an assumption that the CO2 and the ice in an ice core are from the same time period, but if the snow remains porous for a few centuries before sealing, changes in CO2 could be dated to later than they occurred. Whereas the temperature is inferred from isotope ratios in of the ice itself, which would move around much less than gas before being sealed.)

But that's not the case with the current anthropogenic warming. CO2 hit a minimum maybe around 1600 CE. But the temperatures didn't bottom out until between 1900 and 1910

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In reality there is a negative feedback loop that restricts the climate.

There are negative and positive feedbacks in the climate system.

Yes eventually the negative feedback will dominate, in that the surface won't keep heating up infinitely. The increase in heat will increase the outgoing radiation until the incoming and outgoing energy are in equilibrium, and the heating stops.

But when CO2 levels were last at current levels, sea levels were around 30 feet higher (but possibly much more) and giant camels dwelled in a forested high Arctic. So we know from having been there that negative feedbacks don't restrict that much warming.

The models usually forget that CO2 has a very limited effect on green-house effect.

Model's don't forget anything about CO2. That's one of the most important things they're looking at.

It has a very thin bandwidth. Water has a far greater effect.

Sure. But it changes the weather not the climate, because it has an atmospheric residency time of several days, which isn't enough to change the climate. CO2 is more several centuries, so increases in that are relevant to global warming over decades to centuries.

Plants are now closer to starving from lack of CO2.

I'd like to see some proof of that. Throughout the last 2 million years, CO2 levels oscillated between about 180ppm and about 280ppm, and even at 180 we didn't see this "starvation" of plants. At time of posting it was about 421.3ppm. I claim that must be at least 2 to 2.5 times the CO2 concentration that would be dangerously low to plants.

Earth was much hotter in the middle ages.

It was warmer than the late 1800s. But it's was nowhere near as hot as it is now.

Here's a temperature reconstruction.

Greenland was used by Vikings to harvest hop for beer.

Greenland is a small sample of the Earth.

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Why? Because: Carbon Dioxide makes up just 0.04%. Yet the more "powerful gas", water vapor, various from 0% to 4% naturally.

"More powerful" takes into account the concentration.

There's a fucking retard here that things that

"""Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas""".

This is fucking retarded.

Oh, wait, that's you!

So you're claiming now that both water vapor is a more powerful greenhouse gas, and that it's fucking retarded to say that Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas?

Or is this supposed to be a retraction of your previous views?

The greenhouse effect is nothing more than an aspect of the rain cycle, and is a natural aspect of the environment.

The natural greenhouse effect warms the planet about 33°C.

The anthropgenic part of the greenhouse effect is the bit that's been warming on top of that for the past 100 years. It's only at about 1°C, but it's increasing.

This is related to and primarily caused by the increase in atmospheric CO2. You can see the relationship in this chart.

These are not things they wish for you to research, as it is all just a climate hoax for profit and a grift for power and control of the masses.

This is an example of bullshit. But do follow the money. Climate science denial is generally funded by the fossil fuel industry.

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Of course first you have to get over the leap and understand that water vapor is a greenhouse gas.

Which Questionable doesn't, however:

"""Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas""".

This is fucking retarded.

I wonder where he got his science misunderstanding.

Water vapor is Earth’s most abundant greenhouse gas. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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Questionable writes, however:

"""Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas""".

This is fucking retarded.

I wonder where he got his science misunderstanding.

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You've claimed that water vapor isn't a greenhouse gas.

Find a source that says that.

Surely you can find even One. Just one. Do it. Or shut up.

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what is the benefit of greenery over the soil for methane containment vs. just bare soil?

I don't know but I imagine that that would be a dis-benefit. Because growing vegetation eventually rots.

But the methane formerly trapped under permafrost would be the vastly larger problem.

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My name is "Questionable"

First and last names please.

I gave you a clear out. Tell us the name of the stock ticker that has been defrauded.

What the fuck are you smoking?

You know that most of the loans were from the Private Wealth Management Division of Deutsche Bank, who lost the lion's share of the $168,040,168 in fraud.

I don't know if they're publicly traded, and it's not fucking relevant to the fact that they were defrauded.

You don't need to hallucinate about fucking "stock tickers".

Surely you can find even One.

Private Wealth Management Division of Deutsche Bank.

As anyone who has been following this knows. Apart, apparently from you.

Just one.

Deutsche Bank's Private Wealth Management Division.

Are you fucking illiterate?

Do it.

Deutsche Bank. Or their Private Wealth Management Division if that's a different entity. I don't know, and you're the only one who fucking cares so look it up.

Or shut up.

What the fuck are you missing here?

Trump ripped off people for approximately $168,040,168 in fraud. Are you suggesting that he defrauded that amount, but from no one?

That's not how money works. If you don't pay someone, two people or economic entities are affected. You and who you didn't pay.

No one is dumb enough to not understand that.

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Is Joe Biden personally directly responsible for saving everyone who wasn't raped and murdered?

We clearly need more undocumented immigrants, since US-born citizens are over 2 times more likely to be arrested for violent crimes than them, so we could reduce rape and murder simply by having a greater proportion of the population undocumented.

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"Black tenured Harvard professor Dr. Roland Fryer had his career destroyed ..."

Someone doesn't understand what tenure is.

... On investigation, his wiki page details a quite different reason for his suspension from Harvard.

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The problem is ice-abldeo feedback and global warming tipping points that put other parts of the world at higher temperatures than are livable.

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The methane emissions are small compared to the methane that Greenland sinks. Net regional methane sink in High Arctic soils of northeast Greenland

But methane is a very powerful greenhouse gas, so everything driving the increase that started in the mid to late twenty naughties is a concern for climate change.

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OMFSM, you were just saying "Let me know when you stop arguing to win, and start being right for a change"

And now you're desperately squirming like a worm on a hook to shut down the conversation after all the evidence, even yours, is showing water vapor to be a greenhouse gas.

A partisan so biased that they can't absorb their own facts, is as pathetic as:

  • the person who claims that "water vapor is a greenhouse gas" is "fucking moronic", and then tries to prove it by claiming "but clouds are made of of mostly water vapor" ... while quoting a source that shows that to be false.

https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/10902096/

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I don't know your name.

If you think that means you don't exist, feel free to get on with it.

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You put up a wall of text every time I reply. It's like being trapped on a bus with an overdose victim of Adderall.

  • What did you mean by "Oh no! Man made climate change? Do to Carbon?"

  • The greenhouse effect is not simply an aspect of the rain cycle. There are many greenhouse gases. CO₂ is the most important driver of the current climate change.

  • You've posted evidence that you're wrong to claim that that fact that "Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas" is "Fucking moronic".

    • It's telling that you haven't noticed, but have taken time to accuse me of "trying to win" instead of being right.

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Why would I do that? The greenhouse effect is simply an aspect of the rain cycle.

I was trying to work out what your moronic brain was believing when you wrote: Oh no! Man made climate change? Do to Carbon? Again, you are indexing the information, yet you are not thinking about it. Which becomes self evident.

It seemed that you thought that the strong water vapor feedback, (which, contradictorily you think itself is "fucking moronic"), somehow refuted that CO₂ is a greenhouse gas.

Maybe I got lost in the schizophrenic rambling.

What did you mean by Oh no! Man made climate change? Do to Carbon?

The greenhouse effect is simply an aspect of the rain cycle.

There are many greenhouse gasses. The most important one driving the current climate change is CO₂.

The most important feedback is H₂O.

If you don't understand the difference, it's about residence time in the atmosphere. If you inject CO₂ into the atmosphere, it changes the climate because it's there 300 years later, still behaving as a greenhouse gas. If you inject H₂O into the atmosphere, it changes the weather, you get a bit more rain over the next 2 weeks, because the residence time in the atmosphere is about 10 days.

But a warmer atmosphere will have on average more water vapor in it, so as the atmosphere warms, water vapor is an important positive feedback.

Water vapour: feedback or forcing?

Let me know when you stop arguing to win, and start being right for a change.

Everything I've said about climate change here is right.

On the other hand, your own quote agrees with me that water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas. But your're so focussed on being right that you haven't even seen that yet, and changed your "fucking moronic" position.

The arrogance of ignorance: Saiditor fails to grasp what water vapor is. Then pauses to suggest rainfall would confuse other people. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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In short, clouds are not water vapor,

Yes.

and water vapor are not clouds,

Yes

but clouds are made of of mostly water vapor.

No. They are an an aerosol consisting of a visible mass of miniature liquid droplets, frozen crystals, or other particles suspended in the atmosphere of a planetary body or similar space.

They are no part and invisible gas.

Being a component of Earth's hydrosphere and hydrologic cycle, it is particularly abundant in Earth's atmosphere, where it acts as a greenhouse gas and warming feedback, contributing more to total greenhouse effect than non-condensable gases such as carbon dioxide and methane.

Now you're refuting your own comments that is "fucking moronic" that water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas..

Think about that and let me know when you've changed your opinion about whether water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas.

Oh no! Man made climate change? Do to Carbon?

Yes.

So long as by "do" you mean "due".

Again, you are indexing the information, yet you are not thinking about it. Which becomes self evident.

One of us isn't.

Are you going to try to construct an argument that CO2 isn't a greenhouse gas because water vapour is strongly positive since it's a powerful greenhouse gas?

All right, go ahead. I'm expecting infantile and wrong: Try to make one that's not so fucking moronoic that it plainly contradicts previous claims that you're basing your arguments on, and almost word for word agrees with what your opposition has been saying.

I'll wait.

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Amazing. Please continue to post this, as a testament to how stupid I am. Mock and deride me as a fool, using this as your evidence.

If you like, it's certainly a sound testament to how stupid you are:

"Hey dumbarse!

Is it retarded that it absorbs pretty much all the infra-red with a wavelength longer than 20 microns? Here's a chart for fucking retards like yourself who probably can't read

Or it's the retarded bit that that's more of the earth's radiation not making it to space than any other atmospheric gas?

... See the same fucking chart!

What other true things do you think are "fucking retarded"?

Last time you were asked that your response was: It's retarded that you are now attributing clouds and fog to global warming..

So allow me to also mock and deride your ignorance of the difference between water vapor and mist and clouds:

Mist and clouds are water droplets, a child knows that you pathetic slab of blubbering ignorance. It's fucking incredible that you're old enough to use a computer and don't know what the fuck the different phases of matter are. Why didn't you learn any basic elementary school science, you utter waste of bandwidth? Did you mother traumatize you by beating you with a chemistry textbook as a child wherever you said dribbling moronic stuff like "Water vapor is clouds!"?

Good?

Now, again. I shall ask of you. What are the names of the victims of this fraud Trump has committed.

I don't have the names of the victims. What difference does that make?

I made it perfectly clear in my grandparent comment that "There's a guy on the internet who doesn't know the first and last names of the shareholders therefore they can't possibly exist" is "fucking retarded."

OH, the victims are shareholders?

Yes. He ripped off businesses. You haven't picked that up yet? Why don't you get your mother to read you some of the press articles about the Trump fraud case and then get back to us? You're wasting good bandwidth.

Can you tell us the name of the stocks, and how much money they lost?

They lost over $100 Million: Trump reaped over $100 million through fraud, New York says as trial starts

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If you commit fraud on your representations to someone who is considering loaning money to you, and the consequence of that is that they underestimate your risk and give you terms that makes their return on investment smaller by more than $100M, you've committed Fraud. Because you've lied to make yourself $100M richer and them $100M poorer.

Obviously to most people the argument "There's a guy on the internet who doesn't know the first and last names of the shareholders therefore they can't possibly exist" is not a sound argument.

Even you would be able to work out the flaws in that logic, if you think on it for a few days.

... Well maybe not you, given that you find simple truth that Water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas "fucking retarded", so you're clearly not the brightest crayon in the Pre-K. But certainly anyone with a basic grasp of reason.

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You assumed sunlight is hitting them.

I didn't assume that it isn't. I pointed out that your assumption is wrong.

While it's amusing that you can't get your argument about clouds to work without making up falsehoods, your whole argument is also a red herring.

"Water vapor feedback is strongly positive" is the point you were claiming is wrong.

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In NY at least, if you commit frauds that "leap off the page and shock the conscience", you get a penalised even if you're a presidential candidate.

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Fraud without a victim?

No, fraud with many victims.

Neat trick.

Not as neat as you're pretending to believe.

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They reported allegations.

As evidenced by documents.

Which have since been proven. Which is how we get this judgement.

You drank the kool-aid because you are a simple hater.

Noticing the evidence that was presented to the court in black and white isn't drinking kool-aid.

How to say the trial was a political hit without saying it was a political hit by passionflounder in whatever

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If you're claiming that it's not fraud to lie to banks because they'll do their own diligence, you're wrong.

Someone suggested that the WEF's ultimate goal behind celebrating e-thots, whores, trannies, "The LGBT Community™", feminists, etc, is all to ruin the idea of the Nuclear Family so no one can have/want children and cause sharp global depopulation. I gotta say, it makes a lot of sense. Your thoughts? by Mcheetah in AskSaidIt

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Nah.

It's just that they, as with most people, don't lack empathy, and so don't like to see someone go through life being treated horribly for something that's not their fault.

To reduce fertility, the best thing you can do is increase GDP. Not piss about with trying to make life more tolerable for the most vulnerable.

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That's not what I said, though was it.

I said, that you were wrong again that I don't browse the site.

You must have missed it because being wrong is so BAU for you it didn't stand out.

I did not imply that commenting on a website makes me an expert.

So you're wrong about that too.

Situation normal.

The arrogance of ignorance: Saiditor fails to grasp what water vapor is. Then pauses to suggest rainfall would confuse other people. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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When "they" condense into clouds ... what is "they"?

Are you asking when clouds condense into clouds?

Because that's fucking stupid.

what happens to the sunshine hitting them?

You assume that sunshine is hitting them. Do you think clouds don't exist at night?

FFS you've gone full retard.

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I see you're pretending to have misunderstood me.

I said "water vapor feedback is strongly positive".

I didn't say "water vapor feedback is the only feedback".

Do you understand the difference between those two things?

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Oh for fuck's sake.

The press was reporting on the scale of the Mango Mussolini's fraud throughout the trial as evidence was presented.

It's not remotely absurd. Anyone who's been following the case has seen the evidence.

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No, it's because he committed frauds that shock the conscience.

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"The verdict significantly curtails the Trump Organization's ability to do business in New York. He has personally been banned from holding any directorships for three years and his company cannot secure loans with financial institutions registered with the city during that time either."

That's not opinion is it?

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Good to see that that there are some courts in the land where the law is applied equally to all.

How to say the trial was a political hit without saying it was a political hit by passionflounder in whatever

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Most folks haven't committed fraud. Certainly not to the extent of the guilty in this case.

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Cloud formation doesn't stop water vapor feedback from being strongly positive, because water vapor is a powerful greenhouse gas.

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LMAO.

Tell me you're wrong about everything about climate science, but use different words.

So you would be surprised to know I commented regularly on WUWT until I was banned for speaking the truth to the serial liar Monkton there?

I don't see why that would surprise you. It's not like I don't engage with climate science deniers online. I take it you just didn't think it through?

Much like your other comments?

The arrogance of ignorance: Saiditor fails to grasp what water vapor is. Then pauses to suggest rainfall would confuse other people. by ActuallyNot in whatever

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Clouds are masses of water drops or ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere.

If you're having trouble understanding the difference between that and water vapor, may I suggest an elementary school science education?

Why is it wrong to say that gender dysphoria is a mental disorder? by DufferDooface in propaganda

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Gender Dysphoria is the distress associated with gender incongruence. It appears in the diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders, and is diagnosed as a mental disorder.

Being transgender doesn't always come with Dysphoria, and it is that that isn't a mental disorder.