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chuckufarlie: dready zim: chuckufarlie: IF higher temperatures are going to cause cows to decrease the output of milk then why do cows along the equator produce milk?

They produce milk because they are cows and being cows they have udders which produce milk. They produce a lower quantity of milk due to the higher temperatures. The clues are in the question.

Now the hard question is, how much wood can a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck is chuckufarlie?

/did you see what I did there?

can you prove that cows along the equator under the same conditions except for the temperature, produce less milk than a cow in Kansas?

Yea, I did not think so.
BTW, your explanation about why cows produce milk is, like your description of the climate, is simplistic and wrong.

Now I am interested, what is my description of the climate?

dready zim: chuckufarlie: dready zim: chuckufarlie: IF higher temperatures are going to cause cows to decrease the output of milk then why do cows along the equator produce milk?

They produce milk because they are cows and being cows they have udders which produce milk. They produce a lower quantity of milk due to the higher temperatures. The clues are in the question.

Now the hard question is, how much wood can a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck is chuckufarlie?

/did you see what I did there?

can you prove that cows along the equator under the same conditions except for the temperature, produce less milk than a cow in Kansas?

Yea, I did not think so.
BTW, your explanation about why cows produce milk is, like your description of the climate, is simplistic and wrong.

Now I am interested, what is my description of the climate?

the same as every other warmer.

You are taking this too seriously.

I am? I'm not the one arguing with a hand-puppet. We had a thread like this just yesterday. Turned into a 300+ post turd with nothing but trolls screaming for attention and feeders addicted to giving it to them. Only about the first 30 or so posts had anything to do with the topic.

Here we go again.

LouDobbsAwaaaay: I am? I'm not the one arguing with a hand-puppet. We had a thread like this just yesterday. Turned into a 300+ post turd with nothing but trolls screaming for attention and feeders addicted to giving it to them. Only about the first 30 or so posts had anything to do with the topic.

Here we go again.

Personally, I'm interested to see what memes are propagating through the denialosphere. Sure, it's usually long-debunked crap like UHI or what have you. But not terribly infrequently, rebutting one leads me to something worthwhile, albeit indirectly and unintentionally.

Not to be a dick, but what does making comments that are nothing but complaining about the situation accomplish? Be the change you wish to see in the thread. ;)

Jon Snow: Do you get some sort of satisfaction out of being spectacularly, publicly, invariably wrong?

Do you get some satisfaction out of relentlessly demonstrating that you are without a doubt the stupidest person in the history of the species by far?

Oh, and by the way, have you stopped kicking your dog?

SevenizGud: Jon Snow: Do you get some sort of satisfaction out of being spectacularly, publicly, invariably wrong?

Do you get some satisfaction out of relentlessly demonstrating that you are without a doubt the stupidest person in the history of the species by far?

Oh, and by the way, have you stopped kicking your dog?

chuckufarlie: IF higher temperatures are going to cause cows to stop producing milk then why do cows along the equator produce milk? Why do cows in some of the hottest places on the planet produce milk?

There's no pressure to adapt. It's not as if a newborn cow will die if there is no milk.

Do I need /sarcasm up there?

SevenizGud: Jon Snow: Do you get some sort of satisfaction out of being spectacularly, publicly, invariably wrong?

Do you get some satisfaction out of relentlessly demonstrating that you are without a doubt the stupidest person in the history of the species by far?

Oh, and by the way, have you stopped kicking your dog?

Jon did present a compelling argument against what you've been claiming, whether you like it or not. Just ignoring it isn't much of a comeback.

Damnhippyfreak: Jon did present a compelling argument against what you've been claiming, whether you like it or not.

You mean the part where he claims for years that 30 years of linear trend is needed...and then when it turns out that his Messiah didn't do that, it's all of a sudden okay? Is that the compelling part you're talking about? Just checking.

SevenizGud: the part where he claims for years that 30 years of linear trend is needed...and then when it turns out that his Messiah didn't do that, it's all of a sudden okay?

Jon Snow: Does that mean that we can never meaningfully discuss temperature trends on shorter than 20-30 year timescales? Not necessarily. We can do things like smooth out the effects of ENSO, solar, volcanism, etc., use optimal fingerprinting methods with models, employ other tests besides OLS regression.

But if all one looks at are globally averaged surface temperature and linear trends, 15 years is in fact not a sufficiently long period over which to meaningfully discuss OLS trends.

Jon Snow: You might have a point if instead of making an argument based on, you know, physics Hasnen was basing claims off of a naive OLS regression, like you're doing.

Damnhippyfreak: Jon did present a compelling argument against what you've been claiming, whether you like it or not. Just ignoring it isn't much of a comeback.

My favorite part is that he's implying that I asked a leading question, which is apparently wrong according to him. In response to him asking a leading question.

But no, he's not a troll at all...

SevenizGud: Damnhippyfreak: Jon did present a compelling argument against what you've been claiming, whether you like it or not.

You mean the part where he claims for years that 30 years of linear trend is needed...and then when it turns out that his Messiah didn't do that, it's all of a sudden okay? Is that the compelling part you're talking about? Just checking.

Except you ignored the part where Jon Snow mentions that Hansen didn't actually do what you claim, which is what I was pointing out to you.

If you have a counterargument or some way of backing up what you claim, presenting such would be much more effective than simply ignoring arguments you don't like.

chuckufarlie: SevenizGud: Jon Snow: Do you get some sort of satisfaction out of being spectacularly, publicly, invariably wrong?

Do you get some satisfaction out of relentlessly demonstrating that you are without a doubt the stupidest person in the history of the species by far?

Oh, and by the way, have you stopped kicking your dog?

I'm not sure what's funnier - SevenizGud writing that and thinking that it was a devastating comeback, or chuckufarlie reading it and thinking it was.

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