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Dredge
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Message 136 of 188 (911757)
07-25-2023 10:27 PM
Reply to: Message 133 by AZPaul3
07-25-2023 8:18 PM


APauling writes:
In some regions, particularly in northern Australia, the rate of post-1993 sea level rise has been up to 5 mm/yr.
They forgot to mention that in some regions, particularly in northern Australia, the coastline is sinking up to 5mm/yr ... just as the Tuvalu islands are sinking a bit every year and have been for probably thousands of years.
APauling writes:
In some regions, particularly in northern Australia, the rate of post-1993 sea level rise has been up to 5 mm/yr.
What percentage of the 5mm rise is due to anthropological climate change and what percentage is due to natural climate change?

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Message 137 of 188 (911758)
07-25-2023 10:35 PM
Reply to: Message 136 by Dredge
07-25-2023 10:27 PM


he coastline is sinking up to 5mm/yr ... just as the Tuvalu islands are sinking a bit every year and have been for probably thousands of years.
Sources and data please.
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If your viewpoint has merits and facts to back it up why would you have to lie?


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Boof
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Message 138 of 188 (911759)
07-25-2023 10:36 PM
Reply to: Message 134 by Theodoric
07-25-2023 8:23 PM


With Dredge and his ilk it's hard to know whether it's stupidity or just lies. I'm thinking the latter just to cause a bit of outrage - reckon he gets off on it.
Meanwhile, back in the real world:

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Dredge
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Message 139 of 188 (911760)
07-25-2023 10:40 PM
Reply to: Message 132 by nwr
07-25-2023 7:59 PM


Yep, no doubt about it ... rising sea-levels are such a concern in Australia that no one ever talks about it and even the climate bed-wetters in the mass media don't bother reporting it. Funny, that.

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Dredge
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Message 140 of 188 (911761)
07-25-2023 11:44 PM
Reply to: Message 137 by Theodoric
07-25-2023 10:35 PM


Tuvalu consists of three reef islands and six true atolls, resulting from volcanic activity. Atolls are crescent-shaped bcoz they are the remnant of a volcanic crater that once stood perhaps hundreds of meters above sea-level. Erosion from ocean waves can eventually reduce volcanic islands to nothing.
Furthermore, Tuvalu lies on the most tectonically-active region on earth - the Pacific "Ring of Fire". Vertical movement of tectonic plates can cause an island to sink into the sea.

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Dredge
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Message 141 of 188 (911763)
07-26-2023 12:01 AM
Reply to: Message 137 by Theodoric
07-25-2023 10:35 PM


As a result of the 1931 Napier earthquake in New Zealand, 40 square-kilometres of sea-bed rose up to become dry land.
If tectonic activity can raise land out of the sea, it can also lower land into the sea. But bed-wetting climate scientists ignore that possibility - they never see land sinking; they only see seas rising.

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Dredge
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Message 142 of 188 (911765)
07-26-2023 12:18 AM
Reply to: Message 138 by Boof
07-25-2023 10:36 PM


The good news is, all the global warming bs and hysteria is resulting in the reduction of many forms of pollution in many parts of the world, which I wholeheartedly support (within reason).
What industrialised nations should do is adopt nuclear energy. Muslim and black nations can be trusted with nuclear energy (for different reasons), so they will have to reply on coal-fired power stations. (How come I'm so smart?)

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Dredge
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Message 143 of 188 (911766)
07-26-2023 12:32 AM
Reply to: Message 124 by AZPaul3
07-25-2023 5:37 PM


APauling writes:
the rest of the world is experiencing an extensive and devastating heat wave.
Er, no. A few places only ... nothing like "the rest of the world". It's kinda disturbing that telling lies seems to come so naturally to you.
Setting records on the 50,000-year scale.
Oh, so scientists can infallibly and accurately determine what temperatures were 50,000 years ago? Sounds like bs to me.
I'm surprised you haven't pulled out the "unprecedented" card yet.

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Dredge
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Message 144 of 188 (911767)
07-26-2023 12:40 AM
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07-25-2023 5:37 PM


APauling writes:
This month the world recorded its hottest ever average temperature, not just once but four times in four days.
Oh, here it is ... "hottest ever" = unprecedented". What crap.
How can these con-men possibly know recent temperatures include the world's "hottest ever average temperature"?

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Dredge
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Message 145 of 188 (911768)
07-26-2023 12:46 AM
Reply to: Message 118 by marc9000
07-14-2023 10:30 PM


Re: Baby it's cold outside, (in the southern hemisphere)
marc9000 writes:
The mainstream media cannot contain their excitement in recent reports of "the hottest days in the history of the planet"
The mainstream media is so clueless and gullible. They're like little children ... they'll believe anything.

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Dredge
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Message 146 of 188 (911769)
07-26-2023 12:48 AM
Reply to: Message 145 by Dredge
07-26-2023 12:46 AM


Re: Baby it's cold outside, (in the southern hemisphere)
Dredge, u gotcha singular and plural mixed up in that post. Idiot.

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Dredge
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Message 147 of 188 (911770)
07-26-2023 1:02 AM
Reply to: Message 118 by marc9000
07-14-2023 10:30 PM


Re: Baby it's cold outside, (in the southern hemisphere)
marc9000 writes:
Be interesting to see her opening proposals on this. She's already in favor of abortion right up to birth
Feminism (the demonic enemy of motherhood) - as anti-life and genocidal as it is - isn't doing enough to reduce populations.
It's about time an evil entity like the Democrats introduced euthanising the elderly ... start with anyone over 80 (sorry Mr. Biden) and gradually make the cut-off age lower and lower.

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Dredge
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Message 148 of 188 (911771)
07-26-2023 1:06 AM
Reply to: Message 124 by AZPaul3
07-25-2023 5:37 PM


APauling666 writes:
That heat has to come from somewhere. Thermodynamics. We are, literally, sucking the heat off of the Upside Down.
Thank you for this fine example of Climate Babble.

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Message 149 of 188 (911772)
07-26-2023 1:44 AM
Reply to: Message 148 by Dredge
07-26-2023 1:06 AM


Thank you for this fine example of Climate Babble.
You're welcome. I didn't want to get too technical on you since I now the problems you have with facts and reality.

Stop Tzar Vladimir the Condemned!

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Dredge
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Message 150 of 188 (911773)
07-26-2023 2:22 AM
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07-26-2023 1:44 AM


APauling writes:
I didn't want to get too technical on you since I now the problems you have with facts and reality.
I appreciate your kind consideration of my cerebral limitations. Thank you.

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