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Old 08-05-2018, 06:49   #841
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What on earth does my (or yours, or the internet inventors) personal carbon footprint have to do with anything?

Since there is no opinion in my post addressing your apparent confusion about certain subjects, you won't have to waste any time at all...
personal carbon footprint has everything to do with it.
As to your posts opinions you are correct the opinions you placed have nothing to do with the actual facts. All they are inverter for is for misdirection and avoidance of the actual question posed.
Btw its not man that controls the climate it is the sun.
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Btw its not man that controls the climate it is the sun.
BTW - you have posted nothing that substantiates that assertion. I have posted plenty to refute it.
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The Arctic sea ice is presently at its second lowest extent ever recorded in most of the major monitors. However, May is shaping up to be far, far warmer than normal for the Arctic Ocean region. If such high temperatures over this typically-frozen part of our world continue for much longer than a couple of weeks at this key time of year, precipitous summer melt is sure to follow.
Arctic Ocean Deep in the Grips of May Temperature Spike; Beastly Summer Melt Season on the Way?
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ok just checking
I learned to do that "by hand" in 1975 - Statistics 511-513. I bought my first calculator for that course. It added, subtracted, multiplied, divided and did square roots; all for $75.00.
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BTW - you have posted nothing that substantiates that assertion. I have posted plenty to refute it.
Since when is posting something of Substance a requirement on a MMGWC Thread?
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A new analysis of the extraordinary heat that affected the Arctic in 2016 finds that it could not have happened without the steep increases in greenhouse gas concentrations caused by human activity, and resulting loss of sea ice, over the past 150 years.


The paper - https://www.sciencedirect.com/scienc...12094717301019

The plain text version - https://research.noaa.gov/article/Ar...-of-the-future
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When you fake the data by statistically adjusting it.....you can make it say whatever you want for the MMGWC.

Sorry amigo....push your Fake News Data on another site....we have sniffed it out here already.
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I do not usually quote the MSM - but ...

Almost all the ice covering the Bering Sea has melted, throwing Alaska communities into disarray
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When you fake the data by statistically adjusting it.....you can make it say whatever you want for the MMGWC.

Sorry amigo....push your Fake News Data on another site....we have sniffed it out here already.
There is no faking of data; but there is the fake news for which you fell.
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BTW - you have posted nothing that substantiates that assertion. I have posted plenty to refute it.
its not an assertion a fact. No sun no life.
If you think man is more powerful than the sun I feel sorry for you.
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Well it seems to me that the vast majority of the sea ice is close to the median with the exception of the bearing sea and the chukchi sea. And if memory serves There were a rapid succession of severe arctic storms that kept the seas from icing and forcing the ice that did form to pancake deeper in the chukchi
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And volume seems to be flatlined and not melting .
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In other words, MMGW is yet another attempt at realizing the long-held leftist/progressive/socialist dream of wealth redistribution. As MarkPierce recently pointed out, most of us first-worlders can afford it; much of the developing world cannot. Not that the CC crusade is not a highly personal movement hiding behind the facade of altruism or anything . . . .
you mean the defacto redistribution of wealth through climate policy.
Which has nothing to do with actually helping the planet.
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its not an assertion a fact. No sun no life.
If you think man is more powerful than the sun I feel sorry for you.
The earth gets most of its energy from the sun. However, the sun is a not a significant factor in climate change.

I pity the person who fails to see the distinction.
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you mean the defacto redistribution of wealth through climate policy.
Which has nothing to do with actually helping the planet.
Quote mined and out of context. You have been suckered - as usual. Go read the original interview - all of it.
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