Global Warming: still the ‘Greatest Scam in History’


Curious Cdn
#2521
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

When hasn't climate changed? Old hat!

You remember the ice sheet?

I don't go back that far, myself.
 
MHz
+1
#2522
Was that before the 'cheat sheet'??
 
Twin_Moose
+2
#2523
Flat Earthers, and the Rise of Science Denial in America

Bahahaha if you don't accept Climate change you are a Flat Earther what a maroon
 
petros
+2
#2524
There are thousands of flat earth society chapters all over the globe.
 
MHz
+1
#2525
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

There are thousands of flat earth society chapters all over the globe.

I doubt they call it 'a globe'. If nothing else you are at least consistent.
 
petros
+2
#2526
Are you too stoned or too stupid to get the joke?
 
Twin_Moose
+2
#2527
'It's pretty grim': Sask. ranchers selling off cattle again this year due to drought
 
Cliffy
#2528
 
petros
+3
#2529
Get help.
 
JLM
+1
#2530
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post


Either way we're all going to die.
 
Danbones
+2
#2531
A person has got to learn to live with, and even like, heading for the rhubarb.

cause bottom line: that is all we are really doing from day one.
 
MHz
+2
#2532
Death comes to us all, there are a few who think they have the right to decide what age people die at, they also have no compulsion against attacking people while they are still in the womb. Is it even worth noting that they expect to be treated quite differently.

Totally fukking insane and they have been that way for centuries.
 
Cliffy
#2533



~Hell on Earth~
They say hell hath no fury
Like a woman scorned
Well we have scorned this mother of ours
Like no child of hers before

We have stripped her body bare
and sucked her teat dry
We’ve tried to beat her to submission
and ignored her anguished cries

And even if humanity
attempts escape into the sky
There is NO way to escape
the father’s ever watchful eye
In outer space
away from mother
is a lonely place to die

And mars is not the place to be
For a resource hungry race
That couldn’t recognise true wealth
If it slapped them in the face
We are now blessed with abundance
But even that seems not enough
Infinite growth, on finite planet
Is a monumental bluff

And if we do not learn to share
and embrace equality
The primal world will bear the brunt
Of our ways of gluttony

The white man might be spared the death
That comes quick and without warning
But while everything around us quickly dies
We’ll feel the heat and even rich men will start squirming
As they powerlessly face
their imminent demise

We are approaching our extinction
and aware of it
Yet those who wield the scepter
Would rather not admit
and would prefer to line their pockets
while their house is lined in flames
They’ll have to learn that there are violent ends
to their violent games

Dominating the indigenous
the women and the weak
will only further seal our fate
Which at this rate is looking bleak

If we don’t act before we know
we’ll reach the point of no return
In that case there’ll be no future
for which we all so deeply yearn
Now is the only time for action
To prevent the chain reaction

Perhaps this earth life was a test
Laid before the human race
To determine our deserving
Of reaching outer space
We have potential to ascend
As a peace civilisation
But if it’s hell in which we strand
it is of our own creation

Though we have the rocket power
If our direction stays distorted
From this womb that is our earth
We’ll be the ones being aborted
For nature and the human kind
Were irreparably misaligned

~Kagiso~
This poem is dedicated to our mother
please share with credit
Art by Alex Grey
 
petros
#2534
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post


~Hell on Earth~
They say hell hath no fury
Like a woman scorned
Well we have scorned this mother of ours
Like no child of hers before
We have stripped her body bare
and sucked her teat dry
We’ve tried to beat her to submission
and ignored her anguished cries
And even if humanity
attempts escape into the sky
There is NO way to escape
the father’s ever watchful eye
In outer space
away from mother
is a lonely place to die
And mars is not the place to be
For a resource hungry race
That couldn’t recognise true wealth
If it slapped them in the face
We are now blessed with abundance
But even that seems not enough
Infinite growth, on finite planet
Is a monumental bluff
And if we do not learn to share
and embrace equality
The primal world will bear the brunt
Of our ways of gluttony
The white man might be spared the death
That comes quick and without warning
But while everything around us quickly dies
We’ll feel the heat and even rich men will start squirming
As they powerlessly face
their imminent demise
We are approaching our extinction
and aware of it
Yet those who wield the scepter
Would rather not admit
and would prefer to line their pockets
while their house is lined in flames
They’ll have to learn that there are violent ends
to their violent games
Dominating the indigenous
the women and the weak
will only further seal our fate
Which at this rate is looking bleak
If we don’t act before we know
we’ll reach the point of no return
In that case there’ll be no future
for which we all so deeply yearn
Now is the only time for action
To prevent the chain reaction
Perhaps this earth life was a test
Laid before the human race
To determine our deserving
Of reaching outer space
We have potential to ascend
As a peace civilisation
But if it’s hell in which we strand
it is of our own creation
Though we have the rocket power
If our direction stays distorted
From this womb that is our earth
We’ll be the ones being aborted
For nature and the human kind
Were irreparably misaligned
~Kagiso~
This poem is dedicated to our mother
please share with credit
Art by Alex Grey





One in the same Cliffy. One in the same.
 
Twin_Moose
+1
#2535
Amazingly they called it an anomaly not a sign of Global warming

Greenland lost 2 billion tons of ice yesterday, which is very unusual
 
JLM
+2
#2536
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

Amazingly they called it an anomaly not a sign of Global warming

Greenland lost 2 billion tons of ice yesterday, which is very unusual


They'll have it all back by Xmas!
 
Danbones
+3
#2537
Well, that's nothing compared to losing the reason they called the place "Green"land.
 
petros
#2538
......
Last edited by petros; Jun 14th, 2019 at 11:31 PM..
 
petros
+1
#2539
I read this doomsday headline:

Temperatures leap 40 degrees above normal as the Arctic Ocean and Greenland ice sheet see record June melting.
https://beta.washingtonpost.com/weat...outputType=amp

Then I checked a Nunavut weather forecast.

Rankin Inlet, NU
No Alerts in effect
Current Conditions
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy

0°C
°C °F
Wind:
ESE 17 km/h
More details
Temperature:
0.1°C
Pressure:
102.1 kPa
Dew point:
-0.9°C
Visibility:
48 km
Humidity:
93%
Date:
11:00 PM CDT Friday 14 June 2019
Observed at:
Rankin Inlet Airport

It's a scorcher at +0C and sunset isn't for another 2hrs.
 
JLM
+1
#2540
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

I read this doomsday headline:

Temperatures leap 40 degrees above normal as the Arctic Ocean and Greenland ice sheet see record June melting.
https://beta.washingtonpost.com/weat...outputType=amp

Then I checked a Nunavut weather forecast.

Rankin Inlet, NU
No Alerts in effect
Current Conditions
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy

0°C
°C °F
Wind:
ESE 17 km/h
More details
Temperature:
0.1°C
Pressure:
102.1 kPa
Dew point:
-0.9°C
Visibility:
48 km
Humidity:
93%
Date:
11:00 PM CDT Friday 14 June 2019
Observed at:
Rankin Inlet Airport

It's a scorcher at +0C and sunset isn't for another 2hrs.


Yeah, it's +2C in Alert and +4C in Iqaluit, fcuking scorcher...……….tons of flooding!
 
petros
+1
#2541
Now let's go way the f-ck up North

Alert, NU
No Alerts in effect
Current Conditions
2°C
°C °F
Wind:
E 4 km/h
More details
Temperature:
2.3°C
Pressure:
102.0 kPa
Dew point:
1.7°C
Humidity:
96%
Date:
12:00 AM EDT Saturday 15 June 2019
Observed at:
CFS Alert
 
petros
+1
#2542
Kayak distance from Greenland

Qikiqtarjuaq, NU
No Alerts in effect
Current Conditions
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy

2°C
°C °F
Wind:
SSW 18 km/h
More details
Temperature:
1.5°C
Pressure:
102.3 kPa
Dew point:
0.9°C
Visibility:
16 km
Humidity:
96%
Date:
12:00 AM EDT Saturday 15 June 2019
Observed at:
Qikiqtarjuaq Airport
 
petros
#2543
Quote: Originally Posted by JLM View Post

Yeah, it's +2C in Alert and +4C in Iqaluit, fcuking scorcher...……….tons of flooding!

40° of what? Plumb?
 
Danbones
+3
#2544
Has anyone tried to explain to the leftii that calving glaciers are growing not shrinking?

Greenland Icebergs Breaking Off at Near-Record Rate
https://www.livescience.com/17416-gr...ng-record.html

...and that was in 2011 when global warming was going full burner.


Iceberg dead ahead! Record 673 icebergs counted off Newfoundland
https://www.livescience.com/17416-gr...ng-record.html

Nfld. & Labrador

Almost 1,000 icebergs counted in N.L. shipping lanes so far this year

This is the 18th most severe season on record since 1900, says International Ice Patrol
The Canadian Press · Posted: Jul 11, 2017 9:53 AM NT | Last Updated: July 11, 2017

While the icebergs coming to Newfoundland and Labrador's coastlines are a beautiful tourist attraction, they're creating havoc in North Atlantic shipping lanes.

Iceberg Alley off Newfoundland has been an especially dangerous stretch this year with almost 1,000 icebergs counted in North Atlantic shipping lanes since February.

Gabrielle McGrath, commander of the U.S. Coast Guard's International Ice Patrol, said Monday it's already among the top 20 most severe ice seasons on record since 1900.

Patrol commander Gabrielle McGrath says this is the 18th most severe ice season on record since 1900.

A final ranking won't be known until later this year as some bergs are still drifting south, she explained.

"There are definitely a lot still in the Gulf of St. Lawrence and near the entrance to the Strait of Belle Isle and then up along the Labrador coast," she said in an interview.

The gigantic slabs of prehistoric ice break off from Greenland glaciers then move south. They drift in whatever direction the currents and winds take them.

As of Monday, there were about 12 icebergs reportedly drifting through shipping lanes off eastern Newfoundland. (Doreen Dalley)
The count continues but it's so far the 18th worst ice season on record, McGrath said.

"Considering that number goes back the whole way to 1900, even the 18th most severe is still pretty significant when you're looking at 117 years of data."

In 2014, there were 1,546 icebergs in the shipping lanes, making it the sixth highest count since 1900. There were 1,165 icebergs in 2015.
https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfo...land-1.4199042

...2017
 
Twin_Moose
+1
#2545
When I worked north of Frobisher Bay around the 65th parallel in the late 90's temps were hitting close to +10 in the middle of June
 
Cliffy
#2546
 
darkbeaver
+1
#2547
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post




~Hell on Earth~
They say hell hath no fury
Like a woman scorned
Well we have scorned this mother of ours
Like no child of hers before

We have stripped her body bare
and sucked her teat dry
We’ve tried to beat her to submission
and ignored her anguished cries

And even if humanity
attempts escape into the sky
There is NO way to escape
the father’s ever watchful eye
In outer space
away from mother
is a lonely place to die

And mars is not the place to be
For a resource hungry race
That couldn’t recognise true wealth
If it slapped them in the face
We are now blessed with abundance
But even that seems not enough
Infinite growth, on finite planet
Is a monumental bluff

And if we do not learn to share
and embrace equality
The primal world will bear the brunt
Of our ways of gluttony

The white man might be spared the death
That comes quick and without warning
But while everything around us quickly dies
We’ll feel the heat and even rich men will start squirming
As they powerlessly face
their imminent demise

We are approaching our extinction
and aware of it
Yet those who wield the scepter
Would rather not admit
and would prefer to line their pockets
while their house is lined in flames
They’ll have to learn that there are violent ends
to their violent games

Dominating the indigenous
the women and the weak
will only further seal our fate
Which at this rate is looking bleak

If we don’t act before we know
we’ll reach the point of no return
In that case there’ll be no future
for which we all so deeply yearn
Now is the only time for action
To prevent the chain reaction

Perhaps this earth life was a test
Laid before the human race
To determine our deserving
Of reaching outer space
We have potential to ascend
As a peace civilisation
But if it’s hell in which we strand
it is of our own creation

Though we have the rocket power
If our direction stays distorted
From this womb that is our earth
We’ll be the ones being aborted
For nature and the human kind
Were irreparably misaligned

~Kagiso~
This poem is dedicated to our mother
please share with credit
Art by Alex Grey


This planet has nothing at all to fear from humans. You,ve been had Cliffy, this planet has survived every drastic climate change so far. The earth is not as delicate as you,ve been led to believe. You,re afraid for yourself of course, and as youve swallowed the manmade climate disaster koolaid, I understand your silly position.
 
petros
+1
#2548
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

Are you denying there was a flood at the beginning of the Holocene due to rapid climate change?
 
petros
+1
#2549
Quote: Originally Posted by Twin_Moose View Post

When I worked north of Frobisher Bay around the 65th parallel in the late 90's temps were hitting close to +10 in the middle of June

And you were hitting skeeters and black flies?
 
petros
+2
#2550
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaver View Post

This planet has nothing at all to fear from humans. You,ve been had Cliffy, this planet has survived every drastic climate change so far. The earth is not as delicate as you,ve been led to believe. You,re afraid for yourself of course, and as youve swallowed the manmade climate disaster koolaid, I understand your silly position.

As has the hominid but I doubt Cliff's genes can be held up without a belt.

Adaptation is what makes life lively.
 

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