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The debate on Climate Change   General Confusion

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Apr-5

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said...

 

You do realise that you just posted an article that states global warming is real, right?

 

 

You do realize that I've never denied that global warming, which may or may not be occurring, is real. As I have often averred, it is a natural geologic cycle that can be tracked via the historical evidence - hmmmm, whatever happened to end the ice age? 

What isn't real, no matter how you and your friends on the Left wish it so, is anthropogenic global warming (AGW) which has been repeatedly exposed as a hoax perpetrated to forward a certain agenda.

 

The In-depth Story Behind a Climate Fraud

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ewJ6TI8ccAw

 

You are entitled to your own opinion, but not your own facts.

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Apr-5

The planet warms, the planet cools - it's a natural cycle when viewed in geologic time . . .

 

Traces of ancient rainforest in Antarctica point to a warmer prehistoric world

Imperial College London

Illustration of the Antarctic rainforest  Credit: Alfred-Wegener-Institut/James McKay

Illustration of the Antarctic rainforest Credit: Alfred-Wegener-Institut/James McKay

Researchers have found evidence of rainforests near the South Pole 90 million years ago, suggesting the climate was exceptionally warm at the time.

A team from the UK and Germany discovered forest soil from the Cretaceous period within 900 km of the South Pole. Their analysis of the preserved roots, pollen and spores shows that the world at that time was a lot warmer than previously thought.

The discovery and analysis were carried out by an international team of researchers led by geoscientists from the Alfred Wegener Institute Helmholtz Centre for Polar and Marine Research in Germany and including Imperial College London researchers. Their findings are published today in Nature.

Co-author Professor Tina van de Flierdt, from the Department of Earth Science & Engineering at Imperial, said: “The preservation of this 90-million-year-old forest is exceptional, but even more surprising is the world it reveals. Even during months of darkness, swampy temperate rainforests were able to grow close to the South Pole, revealing an even warmer climate than we expected.”

The work also suggests that the carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the atmosphere were higher than expected during the mid-Cretaceous period, 115-80 million years ago, challenging climate models of the period.

The mid-Cretaceous was the heyday of the dinosaurs but was also the warmest period in the past 140 million years, with temperatures in the tropics as high as 35 degrees Celsius and sea level 170 metres higher than today.

However, little was known about the environment south of the Antarctic Circle at this time. Now, researchers have discovered evidence of a temperate rainforest in the region, such as would be found in New Zealand today. This was despite a four-month polar night, meaning for a third of every year there was no life-giving sunlight at all.

The presence of the forest suggests average temperatures were around 12 degrees Celsius and that there was unlikely
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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

Apr-6

ElDotardo said:

You do realize that I've never denied that global warming, which may or may not be occurring, is real.

You're just not worth engaging with.

Lost any traction in your own Forum, you come over here to make a nuisance of yourself.

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ElDotardo said:

You do realize that I've never denied that global warming, which may or may not be occurring, is real.

Are you having a stroke?

Do you smell toast?

Harold27Z

From: Harold27Z

Apr-6

Maybe getting stroked is one of his fantasies.

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BerrySteph

From: BerrySteph

May-24

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said:

Experts say the kind of urgent work that needs to be done to address climate change needs to start now. But will the issue be forced to the backburner as fragile economies rebuild from coronavirus? Or does the pandemic instead offer an opportunity to act?

We're too busy gearing up for WW3.

Could be against China (that's where the current war-mongering is about) - could be on North Korea - but probably going to be on Iran.

Plunging 80 million people into chaos and suffering, and very possibly killing more than died in the Holocaust.

For the crime of being brown people.

Is that not right? Climate Change is not serious enough to stop us doing this.

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