Canadian Climate Change Denier Gets Schooled

tay

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https://static.independent.co.uk/s3...lic/thumbnails/image/2016/12/15/14/lorrie.jpg


The response


https://www.indy100.com/article/cli...ing-lorrie-goldstein-twitter-mic-drop-7476856
 

TenPenny

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You would have to be a complete moron to believe that the scale of human activity on the planet has has ZERO impact on climate. It's impossible.
 

taxslave

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You would have to be a complete moron to believe that the scale of human activity on the planet has has ZERO impact on climate. It's impossible.

Can't recall anyone seriously saying humans have had zero impact although many have said something along those lines just to get the flossys of the world to explode. The most man may have done is delay the inevitable next iceage by a few years.
 

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Man-made climate change had role in some of 2015's extreme weather

A new scientific report finds man-made climate change played some role in two dozen extreme weather events last year but not in a few other weird weather instances around the world.

An annual report released Thursday by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration found climate change was a factor, however small or large, in 24 of 30 strange weather events. They include 11 cases of high heat, as well as unusual winter sunshine in the United Kingdom, Alaskan wildfires and odd "sunny day" flooding in Miami.

Man-made climate change had role in some of 2015's extreme weather - Technology & Science - CBC News