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We don't recognize science and all it's "claims" here. I recall that Maincoons has posted here some links to sites proving that all of science is a lie, except when it isn't. Seemingly, none of us hav

You sure have a hard-on for non-sequitur and tu quoque fallacies, don't you? Whether I drive a car, or burn old car tires for heat, or over fish the ditch in my backyard, as is my wont, in no way dist

So many philosophers, so few scientists.

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7 minutes ago, Paco Loco said:

So El Niño is climate  or weather? Look at the sun spot count for the last five hundred years and you’ll find that climate and weather are related.  

Weather vs climate

Climate vs. Weather. Weather is the day-to-day state of the atmosphere in a region and its short-term (minutes to weeks) variations, whereas climate is defined as statistical weather information that describes the variation of weather at a given place for a specified interval.
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14 minutes ago, Paco Loco said:

https://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2019/03/global_cooling_the_real_climate_threat.html

Global cooling is likely the real long term trend to earths climate. The deep freeze is a normal period of the climate cycle.

 

https://mediabiasfactcheck.com/american-thinker/

Probably made up crap considering the source news site is questionably an excellent source of far right dribble.

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Global cooling is likely the real long term trend to earths climate. The deep freeze is a normal period of the climate cycle.

I guess you could be right. Dead, barren rock and dry caked earth seems to get cool.

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It will either get hotter, get colder or stay about the same.  Far left dribble votes for the former, far right dribble votes for the middle and the rest of us and the prognosticators really don't have a clue though some like to think they do.

Here's a rather interesting point of view skeptical of both sides and suggesting the real problem is ecological damage from a whole host of causes.  I find myself very much in agreement with it:

https://charleseisenstein.org/essays/why-i-am-afraid-of-global-cooling/

Don't be misled by the title, read the piece.

 

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Have you had too much fun in the sun, or is there some other reason why differences of opinion cannot be expressed  here without the exchanges degenerating into petty, personal attacks. Please spare  the rest of us and conduct such exchanges prIvately. 

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On ‎3‎/‎4‎/‎2019 at 8:09 AM, Mainecoons said:

I bet you don't have a clue what I think.  :D

Here's a clue for you:  My solar panels make 100 percent of our power usage.  The installers recommended a smaller system that would simply limit outside consumption to the lowest tariff rates but I opted for one that produces over 100%.  Retrofitted my house with all the practical energy saving devices too.   How about you?  Talk is cheap.

BTW the Chinese, the world's biggest polluters, are building coal burning power plants at the fastest rate in the world.  Look it up.

And the U.S. is selling them that coal. talk about the wild west  HA

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2 hours ago, bobby brown said:

And the U.S. is selling them that coal. talk about the wild west  HA

Even more bizarre is that US is shipping coal from Westshore Terminals in Canada (Vancouver) . We have around 40 Chinese ships around our Islands waiting patiently their turn....for weeks,..... sometimes months.

https://vancouversun.com/opinion/op-ed/james-kerr-canada-should-not-be-shipping-coal-overseas-for-the-u-s

This is one in my view. Ugly thing.  Our shores are lined with them.

 

We are back  home now. Cleaning the mess from winter storms.

 

 

 

 

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