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    The good part of the story is that the Warmist Cultists' New Green Deal scheme is so radical it is dead in the water.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Sense View Post
    I don't see "big oil" or the fossil fuel industry as bogie men. They're simply doing what they can to protect their industry and their interests. They provide an invaluable service and have helped fuel our success.

    They're simply doing what they can to protect their industry. It's not an evil industry. It is however waging a war of disinformation and propaganda to influence public opinion.
    They fuel our economy. Plus government is who profits most from the efforts of the oil industry.

    They are are not waging a propaganda war. They are fighting against politically motivated propagandists.

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    i find it interesting that people still use the IPCC as an tangible example of what to do about "global cooling/warming/climate change" when even the IPCC admits its plans to combat same will have no measurable effect...

    could it be its not about the climate at all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Sense View Post
    It's interesting how your views on climate change alter once you start working for the fossil fuel industry, like Curry does. But I'm sure the fact that much of her research is funded by the oil and gas industry has had no effect on her conclusions.
    Meanwhile you avoided the article itself..., which means the article remains unchallenged. Attacking the person doesn't advance discussion of what the person wrote, which was about science being politicized, something YOU avoided talking about...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common Sense View Post
    Oh, that's right, we can only question the motivations of those who warn of climate change.
    Translation: I have no counterpoint to the article, therefore attack the person instead.

    Today I survived temperature change of 25 degrees, not worried about a postulated increase of around 1.5 degree warming in the next 80 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Not the argument here. The point of the OP is science, specifically, climatology, a lot of it, is no longer scientific.
    Notice that he avoids the article in post one, he tried a deflection, this is because he has no counterpoint to offer, thus try to get you and others to follow a new trail.....

    He has nothing here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    Science doesn't operate by consensus. You sound like Bo who elsewhere today talked about science as if it's about democratic opinion.

    science advances by mens of falsification, not by confirming bias as you do.
    Ahhh, you speak the language of a science researcher, but that is too much for warmist/alarmists to accept, because you are a thinking individual, they want you to goosestep after their modeling fantasy, and support Socialism as the way to solve their perceived climate change dangers of the future..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    The temp hiatus lasted 16-17 years.

    The rest of your post is pure, made up, flame-baiting trash talk.
    You are correct sir.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris View Post
    The real topic here is how climatology has become politicized. I really wish you all alarmists could comment on that instead of trotting out old arguments about data and models. Please, stay on topic.
    That is because they can't make a counterpoint to what she writes, thus as you say trot out the deflecting responses instead because they are wedded to a belief system.
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