Wook: Sweet. better hurry up and tax CO2 before its too late. Hopefully the UN will get around to taxing H20 vapor since we all know that it has 4x the heat capacity of CO2. Probably we should get rid of the pesky ocean while we're at it. Life should be free and convenient to our moreal whims.
Fast Thick Pants: Wow, the Koch-funded alts are out in force... I guess that's Friday night for ya.
nickerj1: Marcus Aurelius: The Stealth Hippopotamus: Lets see here, our solar system travels about 23,265,520,000 km. a year. So in the 23,265,520,000 X 11,000 km we have traveled I'm going to say that we have changed locations. Maybe just maybe that has more to do with it then some insects called the human raceYou should publish a paper on that.But I'd do some math first if I were you.And Co2 is really easy to measure:[schoolworkhelper.net image 600x505]99.9% of your graph is completely made up data. No, you don't have measured temperature or CO2 in the atmosphere readings from more than 3k years ago.
brantgoose: But understanding the dinosaurian, predatory coal magnate minds of the Koch Brothers is all you really need to understand, and if you don't, it doesn't matter if you are a warmer or a denier because you just don't get it.
GeneralJim: Damnhippyfreak: What you're outlining is the exact reason why your claim that anthropogenic climate change is "part of a single cycle of climate" isn't supported by the line of reasoning you tend to use with very long-term graphs.It most certainly IS. Allow me to illustrate: If you measured global warming from 4:00 a.m. at each site, and stopped at 4:00 p.m. for one day only, and based your conclusions on that, you would get way too much time, because the longer, 24 hour circadian cycle interferes -- the site was warming already, from the transition from night to day. To anything reasonable with the data you collected, assuming you could not continue collecting it, you would have to factor OUT the normal 4:00 a.m. to 4:00 rise in temperature. What is LEFT might be at least slightly amenable to teasing out a factor.And that is exactly what you are doing, with different time scales. Right now, in 2013, it's about 1:00 p.m. in the example, and you started measuring at about 8:30 a.m., if we look at the 1600 year climate cycle as starting the warming at 4:00 a.m., and lasting 24 hours. In our "day," it is as important to remove the effects of the 'background' warming as it is if we were taking the readings described above.
GeneralJim: Time for a reality check....all systems fail.
GeneralJim: HighZoolander: GeneralJim: Time for a reality check....all systems fail.Okay, Bucky... How about you point out ONE thing in that post that is not true? Or, of course, you could STFU.
Urantia book != evidence
GeneralJim: vygramul: Urantia book != evidenceSo far, YOU are the only jackass using it as evidence. Granted, it IS specious evidence, retardedly used in ad hominem attack, but, still...
Farking Canuck: I'll just leave this here:Somebody thinks the Urantia Book is science but likes to pretend what he posts on the internet isn't forever.
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