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palelizard: FlashHarry: [img.fark.net image 640x435]You know, from a p-value perspective, you'd think the red slice would be larger, out of pure random chance.
brantgoose: The Denialist side has the signatures of about 30,000 scientists if you count undergrads, engineers, right-wing medical doctors, petroleum geologists, weather girls, and former right-wing nuclear bomb-makers as scientists.
Corvus: This is the same exact thing that happened during the "smoking debate". They said he "science wasn't in" and "scientists disagree" because the smoking industry had a handful of their paid off scientists.
xria: Following the analogy I wonder what the size of the climate change lawsuit payouts against the energy companies that funded these shills will be in a few decades time - possibly in the trillions maybe?
make me some tea: I think at this point, Republicans are hoping for a huge volcanic eruption to save them from liberals.So, here ya go[static.ddmcdn.com image 670x440]http://news.discovery.com/earth/weather-extreme-events/icelands-bigg es t-volcano-rumbles-threatens-flights-140820.htm
Karac: "Each side has their scientists, and they can all go in and argue,"They do. They have. The ones you're pulling for lost.How does someone seriously look at all the factories, chemicals, pollution, cars, and crap we've put on this planet and come to the conclusion "Nah, this'll never affect anything."? We've set rivers on fire. We've got garbage patches the size of states in every ocean. We've got smog so bad you can see it from space.[i.dailymail.co.uk image 850x1041]If this was teenaged Mitch's room, his mother wouldn't let him out until he cleaned it up!
brantgoose: Why are US Senators dumber than the Congress critters in "The Marching Morons"? Can't a satirist make an honest living in peace without reality constantly outrunning the most egregious wackiness satirists can dream up?And is it too soon to colonize Venus? I don't think so.
theknuckler_33: And lead in gasoline.
MrBallou: palelizard: FlashHarry: [img.fark.net image 640x435]You know, from a p-value perspective, you'd think the red slice would be larger, out of pure random chance.It's not a random process. Data points have to be manually moved from the black to the red, via large amounts of money. Even then, there's a lot of resistance to overcome.
revrendjim: No Mitch, one side has scientists and one side has paid shills.
maniacbastard: I work at NASA in Houston and they have a ton of climate change deniers with PhDs here.It is really sad sad sad.
Bith Set Me Up: and the same arguments about global warming since the 90s.
lordjupiter: There's less debate among scientists over global warming than there is about gravity. And since none of us are randomly flying off into space...
RobertBruce: We have had no ice caps before. http://www.scotese.com/climate.htm
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