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Re: So?

 

 

Hear that noise ???

 

That is the sound of your boat hitting a glacier.

 

 All your prepping and STILL Your going down !!!

 

LOL ha ha ha ha ha ha Smiley Happy 

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Re: The warming Arctic

After all these years of banter, it does come down to the fact that whomever it is down here that is the last one off of the clown bus will be required to stand up in a one on one debate and emphatically endorse the proverbial 3% consensus position.  In front of God and everybody; everybody which would include the 70 or so % that have polled as concerned over the matter.  Pass the granola.

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Re: So?


@Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^) wrote:

@Canuck_2 wrote:

@Milligan Hay - Iowa d:^) wrote:

Most carbon releases into the atmosphere is delivered by volcanic activity. Let's tax the volcanoes at 100% of their income!


Got any references for that statement?

 

 Ultimately, this carbon will be returned to the atmosphere by volcanoes.

http://pnsn.org/outreach/about-earthquakes/plate-tectonics
Watch the video from these gifted scientists on that link. 

So that seems to be talking about plate tectonics and the natural release of some CO2.

Where does it say anything about the amount being very big.

My link indicates that volcanoes are not significant and it is a myth that says volcanoes are any great influence on the CO2 levels being released into the atmosphere.

Go back and check it out

 

https://www.newscientist.com/article/dn11638-climate-myths-human-co2-emissions-are-too-tiny-to-matte...

 

Measurements of CO2 levels over the past 50 years do not show any significant rises after eruptions. Total emissions from volcanoes on land are estimated to average just 0.3 Gt of CO2 each year – about a hundredth of human emissions (pdf document).

While volcanic emissions are negligible in the short term, over tens of millions of years they do release massive quantities of CO2. But they are balanced by the loss of carbon in ocean sediments subducted under continents through tectonic plate movements. Ultimately, this carbon will be returned to the atmosphere by volcanoes.

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Re: The warming Arctic


@bruce MN wrote:

After all years of banter, it does come down to the fact that whomever it is down here that is the last one off of the clown bus will be require to stand up in a one on one debate and emphatically endorse the proverbial 3% consensus position.  In front of God and everybody; everybody which would include the 70 or % that have polled as concerned over the matter.  Pass the granola.


The "man-made climate change"is being shown for the propaganda , that it is. 

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Re: So?

.01 huh? Can you tell us exactly what these things are spewing out?  http://twistedsifter.com/2011/06/most-incredible-photographs-of-volcanic-eruptions/

 

Somebody needs to put some EPA approved scrubbers on these things.

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Re: So?


@NewAgJudge wrote:

 

 

Hear that noise ???

 

That is the sound of your boat hitting a glacier.

 

 All your prepping and STILL Your going down !!!

 

LOL ha ha ha ha ha ha Smiley Happy 


You make no sense at all. The only noise I hear are from the National Socialist jack boots. hitlerlolwut.gif

 

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Re: So?

 

Smiley Very Happyخنزير جاهل

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Re: Ahead of your time

Yes Craig, a volcano can creat carbon and so can marshes and bogs and decomposing bogs that were once frozen and are now thawing. The only point is that there are natural sources of Carbon and I agree that there are.

 

I am not sure why everyone is so freakin locked into a system of dealing with our human carbon problem that deals in a carbon tax. It's a stupid regressive idea. We have other ways to go and make improvements while we are doing it. Gore was wrong and he is a has been. We need to get into alternate energy and improve our use of fossil fuels. Forget Gore. Let's get into the future and create a lot of jobs in doing it.

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Re: Ahead of your time


@KNAPPer wrote:

Yes Craig, a volcano can creat carbon and so can marshes and bogs and decomposing bogs that were once frozen and are now thawing. The only point is that there are natural sources of Carbon and I agree that there are.

 

I am not sure why everyone is so freakin locked into a system of dealing with our human carbon problem that deals in a carbon tax. It's a stupid regressive idea. We have other ways to go and make improvements while we are doing it. Gore was wrong and he is a has been. We need to get into alternate energy and improve our use of fossil fuels. Forget Gore. Let's get into the future and create a lot of jobs in doing it.


The market will bring alternatives to the market place when they are cost competitive. In the mean time we need to quit wasting our time and resources on this stupid man made global warming. It does nothing but cloud the real issues.

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Re: Ahead of your time

What I'm interested in is what if they are wrong in their assessment?  If I and most other people are wrong, that's GREAT!  I can totally deal with that!  But what if they get their way and it turns out to be WRONG?  What will happen?  They don't want to even think about that but it could very well happen!