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Re: environmental concerns again

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MSM

09-29-2013 14:41:06




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7+ billion people on a planet that could possibly sustain long term half of that number, all with or wanting the cars, trucks, cell phones and everything else that goes along with life these days




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buickanddeere

09-29-2013 17:12:19




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to MSM, 09-29-2013 14:41:06  
Are you willing to have half of your friends, family, co-workers, neighbours "eliminated" to save the world.



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varmint

10-14-2013 23:21:00




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to JMOR, 09-29-2013 17:23:08  
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the UN ain't got nothing to say that any body should listen too they ain'nt never done nuthing but run there mouth any way



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T in NE

10-08-2013 21:17:56




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to JMOR, 09-29-2013 17:23:08  
They omitted the last 16 years of no global warming because it isn't predicted by any of their climate models. If their climate models can't come to today's conditions by putting in conditions from the past, there must be an inherent flaw in the information put into the model.



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Bret4207

10-09-2013 04:12:38




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to T in NE, 10-08-2013 21:17:56  
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Actually what happens when information like that is presented and they are asked to defend their position is, they resort to saying things like, "You're too stupid to understand." and "Global cooling is part of global warming!"
In the initial IPCC report in the first few pages there was a statement that said more or less that any data refuting the global warming theory found within the report was to be ignored. I forget just how they worded it, but it was a baffling statement to discover.

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Bill Radford

09-30-2013 06:50:33




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to JMOR, 09-29-2013 17:23:08  
Its clear to see that the whole "global warming" issue is a crock and that the ALGORE crowd stood to make a lot of $ on green energy and cap and trade schemes.
I think that its funny as he$$ that their house of lies is collapsing, along with the reputation of the frauds currently in washington.
JMOR: you positively ROCK!!!!
Great post!



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Dean

09-29-2013 19:32:03




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to JMOR, 09-29-2013 17:23:08  
As I stated in the earlier thread, the environmental movement is little more than an ancient pagan religion recently revitalized by proven fraud Rachael Carson.

This, of course explains much as religious zealots are rarely influenced by facts.

Dean



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TomH in PA

09-29-2013 15:27:33




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 Re: environmental concerns again in reply to MSM, 09-29-2013 14:41:06  
Over population is the real problem. Pollution, emissions, natural resource shortages, etc. are just side effects.



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