Global Warming: CA Officials Tell Skiers to Stay Home, Too Much Snow by useless_aether in ClimateSkeptics

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Yes.

The thermodynamic system that Earth resides in, is definitely not in a perfect steady-state condition.

Bernard Sanders announces 2020 presidential bid by useless_aether in politics

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We don't need calm. We need economic revolution.

Global Warming: CA Officials Tell Skiers to Stay Home, Too Much Snow by useless_aether in ClimateSkeptics

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My friend, I am in complete agreement about variation, and changes on climate. That is common. I'll try to find you a great JRE where a guest cites multiple excellent historical examples of decades long increases and declines in global temp since the dark ages.
The social and economic impact of the changes. For example:.

  • Farming in Greenland
  • Growing wine grapes in England (pre-GMO).
  • Longer Summers ushering in the renaissance economic boom.
  • The boom in great cathedral construction that swiftly ended from a cold period; and increased starvation, etc.
  • I forget the specifics of the cold trends (lack of advancement is the boring norm)

I'll try to find the link.

On a related tangent; The tremendous water erosion on the back of the Sphinx, and Sphinx enclosure walls suggests that these structures after many thousands of years older than the Pyramids, as there are no signs of water erosion on the Pyramids...

The tremendous water erosion (+3ft deep in solid stone) suggests that the Sphinx was likely surviving as an ancient structure long before the end of the last ice age (13,000 years ago)....

It's worth considering details such as these as we ponder climate change, and the survivability of the human race. Even if humanity had to start from scratch (as it clearly did)... :-/.

I love leaving these little nuggets....

TB.

<Mic drop>

Global Warming: CA Officials Tell Skiers to Stay Home, Too Much Snow by useless_aether in ClimateSkeptics

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The analogy is funny.

The settled science argument is a fallacy, in this case. The climate models and data was not maid available for peer review. The doctoring of evidence was revealed when the emails leaked.

Peer review and reproducibility weren't tested.

Total “Media Blackout” in 2019 as ‘PARIS BURNS’ in ‘Second French Revolution’ now marking 3 months by useless_aether in Europe

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Is Paris actual burning, though?

I'm guessing that it's the cops burning more cars, and tires.

Guess What Else is Put In Vaccines? "Human Diploid Cells" Translation: Aborted Fetal Tissue by Tom_Bombadil in Health

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! Note that this was because the vaccine _didn't use fœtal cells, but instead used contaminated monkey cells.

Why wasn't this 30,000,000 vaccines contaminated with a cancer causing monkey virus front page news? Especially, if nothing happens as a result? This line of reasoning is mind boggling.

If you believe the white wash report, then why did the world see an explosion of cancer after the 60's? 15 cases of cancer out of 30,000,000 cancerous virally infected doses of polio vaccine is beyond absurd. The main virologist timing the program had two seriously injured grandchildren, as a result of the first round of polio doses.
It is difficult to find words to describe the level of your abject denial if the facts.

At this point, I am far beyond unconcerned with your beliefs, or inability to recognize obvious facts, vs. propaganda. It seems suspicious to me how readily you defend industry failures, or dispute risky situations using implausible/impractical solutions.
However, we each have our own life experiences, so let's both assume that is the most probable explanation for our differences in opinions.

Ultimately, the vaccine industry's numerous cover ups, recalls, and $4,000,000,000 in lawsuit payments irrefutably demonstrates the fact that there is a serious problem, which warrants public discussion, and investigation.

You're expectations of "safe and effective" and tolerance level of acceptable risk is fundamentally different than mine.

It's not my responsibility to prove that vaccines are unsafe. The burden of safety is on the manufacturers to prove. The Supreme Court ruled in 2016 that they are inherently unsafe. So, that will be enough evidence for the majority of people, assuming that this info is made available to the public. It is unfortunately suppressed in the media.

We clearly have fundamentally differing views on this issue, so we should agree to disagree.

Total “Media Blackout” in 2019 as ‘PARIS BURNS’ in ‘Second French Revolution’ now marking 3 months by useless_aether in Europe

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Did they invent communism?

Ted Cruz introduced a term limit bill that would allow just two terms for Senators by TheWebOfSlime in TheWebOfSlime

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What term is Ted serving?

Bernard Sanders announces 2020 presidential bid by useless_aether in politics

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DWS will be the one who opened the door to hell for you.

She's the Gate Keeper from ghost busters.
Unfortunately, it turns out that you're the Keymaster... ;-)

Global Warming: CA Officials Tell Skiers to Stay Home, Too Much Snow by useless_aether in ClimateSkeptics

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Climate change is a hoax, bro.

The climate scientists falsified the data, which is what climate gate is all about. It's one facet of the agenda 21 globalist plan. Want to see a Great YouTube video?

Also, anyone who claims that the science is settled is either lying, or doesn't understand the fundamentals about the scientific process.

Science is never, ever, settled. Fundamentally.
If scientist say shut up and don't ask questions, then it's time to closely investigate whatever they're covering up.

Unfortunately, we have all been had... :-(.

Edit:. It's called climate change, cause CO2 kept increasing, but the average temp remained stable, or declined. Hence the falsifying of data to fit the model's forecast..

Many surface temp recorders indicate an increase over time.

However, there's a satellite that has been measuring avg temps for over 20 years, and it's recorded measurements are stable. Crucially, the measurements on the satellite cannot be easily be tampered with.

Food for thought...

The FBI ‘Can Neither Confirm nor Deny’ That It Monitors Your Social Media Posts by Orangutan in SaidIt

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The FBI can deny it reads mine... However, the FBI and I both know that they're lying. ;-).

Hi there secret FBI admirer... :-x

Testosterone disruptor effect and gut microbiome perturbation in mice: Early life exposure to doxycycline (Jan 2019) "Early-life exposure to doxycycline shows negative outcomes of testis health in later-life. Early-life exposure to low-dose of doxycycline associates with increased risk of obesity." by MaximilianKohler in HumanMicrobiome

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It's possible. There are definitely harmful affects associated with antibiotics.

Vaccinations are far worse in my opinion. Newborns receive the hepatitis B vaccine at birth.

I've never known anyone with hepatitis b, so it seems inconceivable to me that a new born would need to immediately receive this. That's just scratching the surface of the vaccine risks.

Bernard Sanders announces 2020 presidential bid by useless_aether in politics

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Magnora7 feels the Bern burn!

Grand Canyon tourists were exposed to radiation 4,000 times the safe limit for two decades from uranium stored in three buckets accidentally put on display in the park's museum by SundogsPlace in SundogsPlace

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Worker: Hey boss, what do you want me to do with this radioactive material?
Boss: Put it in those buckets.

Robot that can Install Drywall by magnora7 in technology

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The robot is jamming in those drywall screws. Wouldn't want it near my walls.

Conservatives need to put aside kneejerk police support by dcjogger in politics

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This is fair criticism of the cops.

The privatized education argument in the article is terrible. It feels like this article is a Trojan horse against public schools, cause that's what the first two paragraphs covers.

It's really an anti-union hit piece.

dcjogger wouldn't approve.

Termites must be farting less now! by DannyDubai in news

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I love it. NYT realizes that academia regards them as the paper of historical record. They take their propaganda seriously, but often leave nuggets of truth (where they can hide them).

It would be interesting to see if there was a big event in the news at the time that served as a distraction to the editors.