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    Yeah, that's pretty much where I am as well. ...

    Yeah, that's pretty much where I am as well.

    Though I am sure that after last night's hard hitting speeches on key topics such as Lucifer and the sorry state of the avocado industry that we both...
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    So, the plan is monkey see, monkey do? Awesome.

    So, the plan is monkey see, monkey do?

    Awesome.
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    Heh. I'd advise getting used to it. :) I can...

    Heh. I'd advise getting used to it. :)

    I can present a white paper that has world-wide peer review behind it and lists over 30 references of work that came before that the paper is based on. These...
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    It sure did. You asked; The answer;

    It sure did.

    You asked;



    The answer;
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    Ok, I can't even believe that I'm asked to do...

    Ok, I can't even believe that I'm asked to do this, But I suppose that we must start with the ultimate of basics?

    http://www.oar.noaa.gov/k12/html/greenhouse2.html

    That's a start. Now... how...
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    Same lame question dude, no matter how you try to...

    Same lame question dude, no matter how you try to re-phrase.

    Not sure a white paper is required. Perhaps I could go on Amazon and find you a 7th grade textbook?

    Wow. Just wow.
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    Lmao. So, the greenhouse effect has been...

    Lmao.

    So, the greenhouse effect has been described endlessly. One of the most solid and well explained concepts in all of science, and well understood before Climate Change was even a thing. It...
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    No, parts per million is not a small unit of...

    No, parts per million is not a small unit of measure. It is a variable unit of measure.

    Like I said, it may only take a teaspoon of sugar to make a glass of water 400 PPM sugar versus other...
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    That makes no sense. A 400 PPM percentage is just...

    That makes no sense. A 400 PPM percentage is just that.
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    You shouldn't need one. :)

    You shouldn't need one. :)
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    Well, this is why I thought your comments on PPM...

    Well, this is why I thought your comments on PPM were weird in the first place.

    If we take a glass of water and say its level of sugar is, let's say, is 100 PPM, it doesn't really matter how or...
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    I don't think so. In this case 350 is relative...

    I don't think so.

    In this case 350 is relative to 450. Or three farts are RELATIVE to one, no matter. The only way you can express the difference is by percentage using one of those numbers as the...
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    Well, that's quite a revelation, MG. Thanks! I...

    Well, that's quite a revelation, MG. Thanks!

    I never knew that math changed dependent on what house one lives in!

    You are like Wile E Coyote! Super Genius! :)
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    Yes. Apparently you have all the 'grass'. ...

    Yes. Apparently you have all the 'grass'.

    Sorry. Couldn't help myself. lol
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    Ok, dude. That is not correct but ok. I think...

    Ok, dude. That is not correct but ok.

    I think we are pretty much done.
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    About the answer I expected I guess.

    About the answer I expected I guess.
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    Let's see you work that out with a formula. :)...

    Let's see you work that out with a formula. :) What percent increase happened from 350 to 450? That is the same as difference by the way. Increase was 100, difference is 100.

    What I'd like to know...
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    What? lmao!

    What? lmao!
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    You are quite correct, Mike. There was never a...

    You are quite correct, Mike. There was never a serious flat Earth movement and ancient Greece worked out the very simple math long ago.

    This is a myth.
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    Wow,dude! Do you know anything about statistics...

    Wow,dude! Do you know anything about statistics or math?

    Lol, the above is totally out of whack!

    Lets see, 350 is 77% of 450! Can you work it out from there or should I hold your hand? What...
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    Uh, no. Global warming was actually...

    Uh, no.

    Global warming was actually hypothesized BY scientists in the 1800s if one would care to read the timeline that I posted earlier.

    I don't believe there were many environmentalists in...
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    Well, to answer the both of you, no one really...

    Well, to answer the both of you, no one really knows what happens precisely. Again, depends on how bad it gets. And, let's be clear, I am no fan of models or predictions. Predicting what will happen...
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    Yes, but the key point here is that, back then,...

    Yes, but the key point here is that, back then, the cause of the C02 stopped 'causing', if you will.

    Do you think the cause of the C02 for this event will stop causing? :)

    Even so, the recovery...
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    Sure. There were both warming and cooling events...

    Sure. There were both warming and cooling events in history. Extremely high levels can occur from natural causes too! Volcanoes for example.

    So, this gets back to sediment layers and isotopes. I'm...
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    Normal would be when the global level of C02 was...

    Normal would be when the global level of C02 was at pre-industrial levels. Or more logically, if we have gone up 1 Celsius, then normal would be current temp minus 1 Celsius

    You are both right and...
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    Well, there is more than one thing at play in...

    Well, there is more than one thing at play in climate. It is not only one thing, but an interplay of several things. For example, El Nino and that graph I keep challenging because it begins in the...
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    No, the trend begins just after the beginning of...

    No, the trend begins just after the beginning of the industrial age which is entirely consistent with the forcing not being natural. The beginning of the rise of C02 and warming just after man...
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    Guys, we are talking about science here and the...

    Guys, we are talking about science here and the validity of it. At no time have we decided to talk about the top ten issues that face mankind.

    Thanks anyway!

    I'm sure it sounds perfectly...
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    You don't seem to be looking at the stuff that I...

    You don't seem to be looking at the stuff that I posted.

    Let's take this logically. The Earth does not begin to warm (or cool for that matter) because it feels like it, it does it because...
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    Well, that will be a matter of opinion. Most...

    Well, that will be a matter of opinion. Most temperature graphs begin in the 1800s. From isotope signatures C02 was at about 275 PPM when humans first appeared on the Earth, and at about 290 in the...
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    Yes, absolutely. But that is exactly why the...

    Yes, absolutely.

    But that is exactly why the scientific method was created, to limit the bias of man. The idea being that a single person's or group's bias would be rooted out by other non-biased...
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    So now, you can stop being so anti-science. :) ...

    So now, you can stop being so anti-science. :)

    That is what you should do.

    All kidding aside, I really have no recommendation. There is only what the politicians will decide to do and what...
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    Feel free to look for it. :) This is how the...

    Feel free to look for it. :)

    This is how the cycle works.

    http://geography.about.com/od/learnabouttheearth/a/milankovitch.htm

    The Earth does not orbit the sun in a perfect circle. It also...
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    Did you read my post about the cycle? Then, no,...

    Did you read my post about the cycle? Then, no, you would not have heard about it because the cycle says that we should be in a cooling phase for another few thousand years. So, no warming in our...
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    There was no pause as I've said, only a graph...

    There was no pause as I've said, only a graph created by a con-man to make it appear so.

    Have you ever taken a course in statistical analysis, Brian? I consider you one of the smarter folks here.
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    This is getting pretty unbelievable! Comey has...

    This is getting pretty unbelievable!

    Comey has just testified that some of the claims the Clinton made UNDER OATH were not true!

    WTF?

    This is a REALLY bad look for the FBI.
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    Sure. The thing is that our ecosystem has a...

    Sure.

    The thing is that our ecosystem has a balance to it that evolved. So, in most naturally occurring cycles, like the carbon cycle, the ability is there for balance to be achieved between the...
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    Well, you can try this one, but it sounds to me...

    Well, you can try this one, but it sounds to me like you already know the science. :)

    http://www.ijesd.org/papers/93-D500.pdf

    I tried to find the original paper back some 40 years ago, but I...
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    Yes. This is due to physics, in this case...

    Yes.

    This is due to physics, in this case what is called the 'Inverse Square Law'.

    Here's a neat diagram of how it works;

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/forces/isq.html
    ...
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    Funny, Glenn, no I never said that at all....

    Funny, Glenn, no I never said that at all. Perhaps if folks like you made honest posts I would not need to seem like a brick wall, eh?

    I'm sure things went down at NASA just like he said.

    All I...
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    I'm guessing that they both orbit the sun. :) ...

    I'm guessing that they both orbit the sun. :)

    Well, in my personal opinion, this is one of those things that people like to seize upon and say, what about that?

    Then you use google to find a...
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    http://eosclimate.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/E...

    http://eosclimate.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/EOS-Climate-White-Paper.pdf

    Try this one. it speaks directly about refrigerant issues from both a Climate Change and an Ozone perpective. It also...
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    I'm afraid most white papers will be exactly like...

    I'm afraid most white papers will be exactly like that in terms of length, detail and 'babble'. :)
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    Well I think pretty much along the lines of those...

    Well I think pretty much along the lines of those who consider that scientific papers need proper review and vetting before publication.

    First she denies that several chemicals substances are...
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    So, do you ever take a break from being anti-gay?...

    So, do you ever take a break from being anti-gay?

    How about a break from being pro-Trump?

    Thought not. Hypocrite.
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    Nope. So go looking. Why do I need to do your...

    Nope. So go looking.

    Why do I need to do your research for you?

    Yes, it is significant effort to look up six or seven white papers.

    So, not only do you have a double standard, you apparently...
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    The actual evidence is that, your sir, are a...

    The actual evidence is that, your sir, are a liar.

    Simple.

    You owe me an apology. Of course, I already knew you aren't man enough.
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    You don't know? Hehehehe. My god man, how can...

    You don't know? Hehehehe.

    My god man, how can you even understand what I find? lol

    No thanks, if you don't even know what you want, you are not worth the effort. Get real!
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    What is "1" to you out of the six or so? ...

    What is "1" to you out of the six or so?

    Double standards is the science deniers credo. Glad you're proud of it!
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    Well this is the point then! Your side posts a...

    Well this is the point then!

    Your side posts a lot of crap and expects that to be taken at face value. No questions from you. :)

    Now, since you don't like the result, your standards change....
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