Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by NC8X, Jan 13, 2018.
WOW...who knew there were that many whales in the world.
I shouldn't... But it's just too perfect of a setup... I can't...
Have you ever been to WalMart?
I'm going to burn for that.
You reminded me of a story some years back when my cordless phone quit and I decided to go over to Walmart and pick up a replacement it was late and arrived there around midnight let's just say there was a "diverse" crowd in the store. I mentioned this to my daughter Marci a few days later and she said "Dad....a good number of the people in Walmart after midnight are folks with emergencies and then there are the weirdos . "
Just don't go to youtube and do a search on Wal-Mart videos. You may not be able to forget what you see.
How arrogant are these people? We have reliable, complete weather data back to 1914....108 years. The planet is 4.5 BILLION years old. These scholars have roughly .00000004% of the earths historical weather data, and they release a "bombshell study", predicting a series of events leading to a mini ice age. With such a tiny percentage of historical data, how can ANYONE believe they can predict future events? Why would anyone give credibility to such a study?
What's more, if for example the caldera under Yosemite were to blow (we're overdue) or if the earth was hit by a sizable meteor (we're due for that too), we would be thrown into a mini ice age TOMORROW! That's not a prediction, that's a fact, but scientists can't predict when that's going to happen, although volcanologists and astronomers can get data from the earth going back tens if not hundreds of thousands of years.....this is how we know we are due for these event to occur. If predicting climate change is "science", so is spinning a roulette wheel.
About the source website:
"SOTT.net is a leading alternative news site providing independent journalism and unbiased analysis.
Launched on March 26, 2002, SOTT.net is a research project of the non-profit Quantum Future Group (QFG). The project includes analysis, collection and arrangement of daily news items that accurately reflect the dominant political, social and environmental 'energies' on the planet. This research further includes noting whether or not human beings, individually and/or collectively, can actually remember, from one day to the next, important events, and whether they are able to accurately read that information and make intelligent decisions about their future based on that knowledge. In short, SOTT.net is an experiment. "
Stories like these unnecessarily frighten people. Sorry for the rant.
Still waiting for the list of all the climate change predictions from 20 years ago that have proved to be true in the meantime......
"The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has yet again been caught exaggerating ‘global warming’ by fiddling with the raw temperature data.
This time, that data concerns the recent record-breaking cold across the northeastern U.S. which NOAA is trying to erase from history.
If you believe NOAA’s charts, there was nothing particularly unusual about this winter’s cold weather which caused sharks to freeze in the ocean and iguanas to drop out of trees."
We're due for 1 to 3 more inches of global warming up here tomorrow.
Same here in Iowa. Some parts of the Midwest could see over 1 foot of snow by morning.
I'll repeat what I stated a few posts back, if the governments of the world were serious about CO2 emissions, and the global warming it is theorized to cause, then we should see nuclear power plants pop up like dandelions in my back yard. Then again my back yard is covered in a sheet of ice right now, so...
We have weather data going back thousands of years thanks to the ice cap on Greenland. They get pollen and air captured in the ice from core samples going down a mile or more.
From that they can see the climate, what plants flowered, asteroid hits, and any volcanic activity.
Thousands of years. Of course, some types of data are only available back to the 1700s AD Gregorian.
Winter is shifting into what we used to call Spring. A trend I've noticed for about the past 5 years.