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PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 3:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So what is the required course correction?
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A giant iceberg, covering approximately 5,800 km2 (2,200 sq mi), breaks away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica
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The Larsen disintegration events were unusual by past standards. Typically, ice shelves lose mass by iceberg calving and by melting at their upper and lower surfaces. The disintegration events were linked by The Independent newspaper in 2005 to ongoing climate warming in the Antarctic Peninsula, about 0.5 degrees C (0.9 degrees F) per decade since the late 1940s. According to a paper published in Journal of Climate in 2006, the peninsula at Faraday station warmed by 2.94 degrees C (5.3 degrees F) from 1951 to 2004, much faster than Antarctica as a whole and faster than the global trend; this localized warming is caused by anthropogenic global warming, through a strengthening of the winds circling the Antarctic. Once the disintegration of all three of Larsen A, B and C has completed, the enormous Larsen Ice Shelf viewed in 1893 by Carl Anton Larsen and his crew aboard the Jason would largely be gone - less than a century and a half after its discovery.

It's the size of Rhode Island
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 1:22 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Has anybody claimed it?
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 1:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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A giant iceberg, covering approximately 5,800 km2 (2,200 sq mi), breaks away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica
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The Larsen disintegration events were unusual by past standards. Typically, ice shelves lose mass by iceberg calving and by melting at their upper and lower surfaces. The disintegration events were linked by The Independent newspaper in 2005 to ongoing climate warming in the Antarctic Peninsula, about 0.5 degrees C (0.9 degrees F) per decade since the late 1940s. According to a paper published in Journal of Climate in 2006, the peninsula at Faraday station warmed by 2.94 degrees C (5.3 degrees F) from 1951 to 2004, much faster than Antarctica as a whole and faster than the global trend; this localized warming is caused by anthropogenic global warming, through a strengthening of the winds circling the Antarctic. Once the disintegration of all three of Larsen A, B and C has completed, the enormous Larsen Ice Shelf viewed in 1893 by Carl Anton Larsen and his crew aboard the Jason would largely be gone - less than a century and a half after its discovery.

It's the size of Rhode Island
Yeah. The ice sheets covering the planet have been shrinking for what.... 40,000 years.
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 2:17 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Has anybody claimed it?
I'm sure the Chinese are off to plant a badly made flag in it
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 2:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Old School wrote:
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A giant iceberg, covering approximately 5,800 km2 (2,200 sq mi), breaks away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica
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The Larsen disintegration events were unusual by past standards. Typically, ice shelves lose mass by iceberg calving and by melting at their upper and lower surfaces. The disintegration events were linked by The Independent newspaper in 2005 to ongoing climate warming in the Antarctic Peninsula, about 0.5 degrees C (0.9 degrees F) per decade since the late 1940s. According to a paper published in Journal of Climate in 2006, the peninsula at Faraday station warmed by 2.94 degrees C (5.3 degrees F) from 1951 to 2004, much faster than Antarctica as a whole and faster than the global trend; this localized warming is caused by anthropogenic global warming, through a strengthening of the winds circling the Antarctic. Once the disintegration of all three of Larsen A, B and C has completed, the enormous Larsen Ice Shelf viewed in 1893 by Carl Anton Larsen and his crew aboard the Jason would largely be gone - less than a century and a half after its discovery.

It's the size of Rhode Island
Yeah. The ice sheets covering the planet have been shrinking for what.... 40,000 years.
by less than a millimetre a year. There are more and more of these country-size bergs breaking off. The climate change part of what you would call 'global warming' causes changes in temperature, wind and ocean currents which increases the likelihood and frequency of these mammoth icebergs breaking off which in turn increases the speed of warming in the last remnants of the ice age, the polar ice caps, which in turn increases the warming of the earth and the rises in ocean levels
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PostPosted: Thu Jul 13, 2017 3:56 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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It's the size of Rhode Island
At least it isn't big.

On the other hand, think of the never before possible opportunities this presents for research. So much data to collect and adjust. And adjust. And adjust...
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 14, 2017 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

cokey wrote:
Old School wrote:
cokey wrote:
A giant iceberg, covering approximately 5,800 km2 (2,200 sq mi), breaks away from the Larsen C Ice Shelf in Antarctica
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The Larsen disintegration events were unusual by past standards. Typically, ice shelves lose mass by iceberg calving and by melting at their upper and lower surfaces. The disintegration events were linked by The Independent newspaper in 2005 to ongoing climate warming in the Antarctic Peninsula, about 0.5 degrees C (0.9 degrees F) per decade since the late 1940s. According to a paper published in Journal of Climate in 2006, the peninsula at Faraday station warmed by 2.94 degrees C (5.3 degrees F) from 1951 to 2004, much faster than Antarctica as a whole and faster than the global trend; this localized warming is caused by anthropogenic global warming, through a strengthening of the winds circling the Antarctic. Once the disintegration of all three of Larsen A, B and C has completed, the enormous Larsen Ice Shelf viewed in 1893 by Carl Anton Larsen and his crew aboard the Jason would largely be gone - less than a century and a half after its discovery.

It's the size of Rhode Island
Yeah. The ice sheets covering the planet have been shrinking for what.... 40,000 years.
by less than a millimetre a year. There are more and more of these country-size bergs breaking off. The climate change part of what you would call 'global warming' causes changes in temperature, wind and ocean currents which increases the likelihood and frequency of these mammoth icebergs breaking off which in turn increases the speed of warming in the last remnants of the ice age, the polar ice caps, which in turn increases the warming of the earth and the rises in ocean levels

Meh. I don't give a fuck.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 3:57 am    Post subject: [ManBearPig] Oz caught adjusting data up, SHOCK Reply with quote

Australia Weather Bureau Caught Tampering With Climate Numbers

Wow, what are the odds that they would have been adjusting the numbers up?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 4:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

New top proposals to save the planet. Lets shrink the children!

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People unwilling to act on the climate-crisis narrative should be assisted with drugs that improve and promote conformity, according to eminent bio-ethicist Professor Matthew Liao, of New York University, who also wants to see parents dosing their children with hormones and diets to keep them shorter and less of a burden on the planet.


Makes the conspirator in me relate to lesser sperm count
Half of what it was from 1973 to 2011 in just about the entire western world.

Sorry for hijacking your thread, Muso. I just had to, out of convenience.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 4:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

sugar should be jumping out the back of a C-130 as we speak for his HALO insertion into this thread.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 4:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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[ManBearPig] Oz caught adjusting data up, SHOCK
Merged, virtually the same thread. Certainly a minor variation.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:12 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

so, does this prove that co2 isn't a greenhouse gas? I don't understand?
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 9:37 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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so, does this prove that co2 isn't a greenhouse gas? I don't understand?
Let me explain it to you. When one tampers with data, that throws THE WHOLE FUCKING SCIENTIFIC METHOD OUT THE WINDOW!

Now do you understand?
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so, does this prove that co2 isn't a greenhouse gas? I don't understand?
Let me explain it to you. When one tampers with data, that throws THE WHOLE FUCKING SCIENTIFIC METHOD OUT THE WINDOW!

Now do you understand?


so, is co2 still a green house gas?
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Sure. A very weak one. Water vapor is more effective. So don't exhale.
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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 10:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Strange. Doesn't seem at all related to data manipulation.

Measurements not confirming to agreed upon expectations? None shall pass!
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“The bureau’s quality ­control system, designed to filter out spurious low or high values was set at minus 10 minimum for Goulburn which is why the record automatically adjusted,”“The bureau’s quality ­control system, designed to filter out spurious low or high values was set at minus 10 minimum for Goulburn which is why the record automatically adjusted,” a bureau spokeswoman told reporters Monday. BOM added that there are limits placed on how low temperatures could go in some very cold areas of the country.

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PostPosted: Tue Aug 01, 2017 11:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Measurements not confirming to agreed upon expectations? None shall pass!


How to make data fit your thesis, 101.
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Sure. A very weak one. Water vapor is more effective. So don't exhale.


Lets say you owned an insurance company. Would you manage the risk of global climate change then?
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No Problem. The risk from a sudden and drastic change in the climate is nill. The climate has always been variable.

There are much more immediate and threatening things to our existence than a warming trend.
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Sure. A very weak one. Water vapor is more effective. So don't exhale.


Lets say you owned an insurance company. Would you manage the risk of global climate change then?

Are you saying insurance companies don't exist? No? Then they must be managing the risk of global climate change, right? No? So, what was your point again?
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All 17 intelligence agencies conclude that global warming is caused by human activity.

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Sure. A very weak one. Water vapor is more effective. So don't exhale.
There are plenty of more effective ones - methane for example, but they are not being put into the atmosphere in the quantities like co2
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cokey wrote:
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Sure. A very weak one. Water vapor is more effective. So don't exhale.
There are plenty of more effective ones - methane for example, but they are not being put into the atmosphere in the quantities like co2


Yeah, the root cause of global warming is actually the sun,
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Sure. A very weak one. Water vapor is more effective. So don't exhale.
There are plenty of more effective ones - methane for example, but they are not being put into the atmosphere in the quantities like co2


Yeah, the root cause of global warming is actually the sun,
Perhaps you should quit exhaling too. You are a malevolent influence on the environment.
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