Third_Uncle_Eno: THE GREAT CYCLE:global warming/climate change in news = more interest in it = more funding for research = more scientists writing papers about it = more of them getting published = more global warming/climate change in the newsIt's not about climate change. It's all about money./thinks it's funny how they changed "global warming" to "climate change" to more suit their research ("see, now it can mean a temperature fluctuation BOTH ways, not just warming! now we have our ass covered!")// spend your $ and time on other scientific research topics./// just a cycle. I highly doubt that earthlings caused ALL of this horrible climate change stuff in JUST 150 years. Where are the farkers with their charts in this thread?Earth cools. Earth Warms. Earth moderates itself. etc. etc. all throughout millions of years.//// Geldof looks horrible in blonde hair.// he was the better choice v.s. Roger Waters to star in "Pink Floyd's The Wall", I'll give him that.
trappedspirit: Just to keep things straight, it's flavor-aid not kool-aid. They all drank flavor-aid. Get in line for the flavor-aid and such as. Why do people keep saying drink the kool-aid? Get your facts closer to the facts!
UsikFark: DarkSoulNoHope: "Valentine's Day, bummer."[i1.ytimg.com image 850x478]I'm gonna have to hit the googles to break it down in-depth, but the world DID almost end on NYE 1989, except the Ghostbusters saved everyone.
SundaesChild: I watched the Wall a few weeks ago for the first time in probably 30 years and it is just not as good if you aren't stoned and or tripping.
SundaesChild: 20 years, not 30.
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