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Author Topic:   Climate Change Denier comes in from the cold: SCIENCE!!!
petrophysics1
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Message 224 of 881 (769925)
09-26-2015 5:14 PM
Reply to: Message 211 by foreveryoung
09-25-2015 12:14 PM


A Geology Education
Foreveryoung,

Nothing like having the perspective of the last 600 million years in relation to climate as opposed to looking at the last 150 years with blinders on.

So using the Vostek ice core data no one here can show/prove a relationship between CO2 and the Earth's temperature.

The Earth's main greenhouse gas is water vapor responsible for 97% of the greenhouse gas effect (the EPA says 95%). But there is no easy way to tax water vapor.

That is not the case with CO2, as there are many ways this can be taxed. As Michael Faraday replied to a MP who asked what good is this knowledge, Mike responded "You may be able to figure out a way to tax it" or something along those lines.

This CO2, AGW thing is just a way to tax people..............so loved by the big government types.


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petrophysics1
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Message 249 of 881 (775497)
01-02-2016 8:00 AM
Reply to: Message 248 by NoNukes
01-01-2016 11:12 AM


Re: Funny Weather We're Having
NoNukes,

I am looking at my electric bill from Rocky Mountain Power. I used 224 Kwh more this December than I did in December of 2014.

Interesting thing is that this bill lists the average daily temperature for both December 2014 and December 2015.

For 2014 the average temp for December was 29F.

For 2015 the average temp for December was 13F.

Does this mean the earth's temperature has dropped 16 degrees F in the last year?

Only if you are an AGW moron.


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