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Is global climate change man-made?

18 Jan 2017 21:24 | Author: greenkoala528 | Category: Literature review on 360 degree apprisal

Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. What is the “greenhouse effect”? What is causing it? Are humans to blame? What does solar.

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  1. author
    bigsnake786 18 Jan 2017 00:22

    There is no left or right, only tyranny or freedom, nature or ecocide. Ascendant authoritarian fascists seeking to oppress others and obstruct responses to scientific truths with hate speech and alternative facts must be resisted and eliminated from...

    Humanity’s one shared biosphere that makes Earth habitable is collapsing and dying as industrial growth overruns natural ecosystems and climate; as we have utterly failed to embrace our dependence upon each other and nature for our well-being and...

    Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australian federal senator Cory Bernardi has resigned from the Australian Liberal Party, citing differences with the party leadership, including climate policy (Bernardi is a skeptic). This resignation will increase the discomfort of the beleaguered Turnbull government. Cory Bernardi quits the Liberal Party to establish Australian Conservatives South Australian senator Cory…

    Study shows planet’s atmospheric oxygen rose through glaciers, climate swung so extremely that the polar ice caps extended to the equator and the Earth was a snowball From the UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING A University of Wyoming researcher contributed to a paper that determined a “Snowball Earth” event actually took place 100 million years earlier than previously…

    I’m sure you’ve heard in the news that 2014 was supposed to be the hottest year ever. If it actually was “hottest year ever” you’d think all the terrible calamities that are supposed to happen would be happening now but instead the opposite is happening.

    In 2014 there was record sea ice in Antarctica  in fact a global warming expedition got stuck in it. Arctic sea ice has also made a nice comeback in 2014. The Great lakes had record ice Lake Superior only had 3 ice free months in 2014. You’d think that in the hottest year ever that ice would be melting like Al Gore said.

    U nable to address Texas senator Ted Cruz’s questions about “the Pause” — the apparent global-warming standstill, now almost 19 years long — at Tuesday’s meeting of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Oversight, Sierra Club president Aaron Mair , after an uncomfortable pause of his own, appealed to authority: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists concur and agree that there is global warming and anthropogenic impact,” he stated multiple times.

    The myth of an almost-unanimous climate-change consensus is pervasive. Last May, the White House tweeted: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous.” A few days later, Secretary of State John Kerry announced, “Ninety-seven percent of the world’s scientists tell us this is urgent.”

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    Grande 💫 🌌 🌠 18 Jan 2017 02:06

    There is no left or right, only tyranny or freedom, nature or ecocide. Ascendant authoritarian fascists seeking to oppress others and obstruct responses to scientific truths with hate speech and alternative facts must be resisted and eliminated from...

    Humanity’s one shared biosphere that makes Earth habitable is collapsing and dying as industrial growth overruns natural ecosystems and climate; as we have utterly failed to embrace our dependence upon each other and nature for our well-being and...

    Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australian federal senator Cory Bernardi has resigned from the Australian Liberal Party, citing differences with the party leadership, including climate policy (Bernardi is a skeptic). This resignation will increase the discomfort of the beleaguered Turnbull government. Cory Bernardi quits the Liberal Party to establish Australian Conservatives South Australian senator Cory…

    Study shows planet’s atmospheric oxygen rose through glaciers, climate swung so extremely that the polar ice caps extended to the equator and the Earth was a snowball From the UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING A University of Wyoming researcher contributed to a paper that determined a “Snowball Earth” event actually took place 100 million years earlier than previously…

    I’m sure you’ve heard in the news that 2014 was supposed to be the hottest year ever. If it actually was “hottest year ever” you’d think all the terrible calamities that are supposed to happen would be happening now but instead the opposite is happening.

    In 2014 there was record sea ice in Antarctica  in fact a global warming expedition got stuck in it. Arctic sea ice has also made a nice comeback in 2014. The Great lakes had record ice Lake Superior only had 3 ice free months in 2014. You’d think that in the hottest year ever that ice would be melting like Al Gore said.

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    greengoose596 18 Jan 2017 08:11

    There is no left or right, only tyranny or freedom, nature or ecocide. Ascendant authoritarian fascists seeking to oppress others and obstruct responses to scientific truths with hate speech and alternative facts must be resisted and eliminated from...

    Humanity’s one shared biosphere that makes Earth habitable is collapsing and dying as industrial growth overruns natural ecosystems and climate; as we have utterly failed to embrace our dependence upon each other and nature for our well-being and...

    Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australian federal senator Cory Bernardi has resigned from the Australian Liberal Party, citing differences with the party leadership, including climate policy (Bernardi is a skeptic). This resignation will increase the discomfort of the beleaguered Turnbull government. Cory Bernardi quits the Liberal Party to establish Australian Conservatives South Australian senator Cory…

    Study shows planet’s atmospheric oxygen rose through glaciers, climate swung so extremely that the polar ice caps extended to the equator and the Earth was a snowball From the UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING A University of Wyoming researcher contributed to a paper that determined a “Snowball Earth” event actually took place 100 million years earlier than previously…

    I’m sure you’ve heard in the news that 2014 was supposed to be the hottest year ever. If it actually was “hottest year ever” you’d think all the terrible calamities that are supposed to happen would be happening now but instead the opposite is happening.

    In 2014 there was record sea ice in Antarctica  in fact a global warming expedition got stuck in it. Arctic sea ice has also made a nice comeback in 2014. The Great lakes had record ice Lake Superior only had 3 ice free months in 2014. You’d think that in the hottest year ever that ice would be melting like Al Gore said.

    U nable to address Texas senator Ted Cruz’s questions about “the Pause” — the apparent global-warming standstill, now almost 19 years long — at Tuesday’s meeting of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Oversight, Sierra Club president Aaron Mair , after an uncomfortable pause of his own, appealed to authority: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists concur and agree that there is global warming and anthropogenic impact,” he stated multiple times.

    The myth of an almost-unanimous climate-change consensus is pervasive. Last May, the White House tweeted: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous.” A few days later, Secretary of State John Kerry announced, “Ninety-seven percent of the world’s scientists tell us this is urgent.”

    The IPCC does not carry out its own original research, nor does it do the work of monitoring climate or related phenomena itself. The IPCC bases its assessment on the published literature , which includes peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed sources. [7]

    Thousands of scientists and other experts contribute (on a voluntary basis, without payment from the IPCC) [8] to writing and reviewing reports, which are then reviewed by governments. IPCC reports contain a " Summary for Policymakers ", which is subject to line-by-line approval by delegates from all participating governments. Typically this involves the governments of more than 120 countries. [9]

    T he United States was born out of a revolution against, in the words of the Declaration of Independence, an “arbitrary government” that put men on trial “for pretended offences” and “abolish[ed] the Free System of English laws.” Brave men and women stood up to that oppressive government, and this, the greatest democracy of them all, one that is governed by the rule of law and not by men, is the product.

    Some of our states have forgotten this founding principle and are acting less like Jefferson and Adams and more like George III. A group of Democratic attorneys general has announced it intends to criminally investigate oil and gas companies that have disputed the science behind man-made global warming. Backed by green-energy interests and environmentalist lobbying groups, the coalition has promised to use intrusive investigations, costly litigation, and criminal prosecutions to silence critics of its climate-change agenda. Pretended offenses, indeed.

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    organicelephant235 18 Jan 2017 08:59

    Real environment and climate change news aggregated from thousands of sources using big data by Dr. Glen Barry, EcoInternet

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    Вопрос Юристу 18 Jan 2017 02:12

    it is let carbin dioxide for the exost from cars that is getting traped in the ozone layer and when the suns ultra violate rays hit it it heats up, this is now cause the glasers to melt and that is riseing sea level, and the waters in the ocean r getting warmer which is messing with their currents, and the plants that r used to cold weather r dieing out, messing up the food chain in those areas, enough info?

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    heavybutterfly791 18 Jan 2017 03:16

    There is no left or right, only tyranny or freedom, nature or ecocide. Ascendant authoritarian fascists seeking to oppress others and obstruct responses to scientific truths with hate speech and alternative facts must be resisted and eliminated from...

    Humanity’s one shared biosphere that makes Earth habitable is collapsing and dying as industrial growth overruns natural ecosystems and climate; as we have utterly failed to embrace our dependence upon each other and nature for our well-being and...

    Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australian federal senator Cory Bernardi has resigned from the Australian Liberal Party, citing differences with the party leadership, including climate policy (Bernardi is a skeptic). This resignation will increase the discomfort of the beleaguered Turnbull government. Cory Bernardi quits the Liberal Party to establish Australian Conservatives South Australian senator Cory…

    Study shows planet’s atmospheric oxygen rose through glaciers, climate swung so extremely that the polar ice caps extended to the equator and the Earth was a snowball From the UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING A University of Wyoming researcher contributed to a paper that determined a “Snowball Earth” event actually took place 100 million years earlier than previously…

    I’m sure you’ve heard in the news that 2014 was supposed to be the hottest year ever. If it actually was “hottest year ever” you’d think all the terrible calamities that are supposed to happen would be happening now but instead the opposite is happening.

    In 2014 there was record sea ice in Antarctica  in fact a global warming expedition got stuck in it. Arctic sea ice has also made a nice comeback in 2014. The Great lakes had record ice Lake Superior only had 3 ice free months in 2014. You’d think that in the hottest year ever that ice would be melting like Al Gore said.

    U nable to address Texas senator Ted Cruz’s questions about “the Pause” — the apparent global-warming standstill, now almost 19 years long — at Tuesday’s meeting of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Oversight, Sierra Club president Aaron Mair , after an uncomfortable pause of his own, appealed to authority: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists concur and agree that there is global warming and anthropogenic impact,” he stated multiple times.

    The myth of an almost-unanimous climate-change consensus is pervasive. Last May, the White House tweeted: “Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous.” A few days later, Secretary of State John Kerry announced, “Ninety-seven percent of the world’s scientists tell us this is urgent.”

    The IPCC does not carry out its own original research, nor does it do the work of monitoring climate or related phenomena itself. The IPCC bases its assessment on the published literature , which includes peer-reviewed and non-peer-reviewed sources. [7]

    Thousands of scientists and other experts contribute (on a voluntary basis, without payment from the IPCC) [8] to writing and reviewing reports, which are then reviewed by governments. IPCC reports contain a " Summary for Policymakers ", which is subject to line-by-line approval by delegates from all participating governments. Typically this involves the governments of more than 120 countries. [9]

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    Мурманск 18 Jan 2017 09:33

    Everyone is talking about global warming. Billions of years ago, records document that the earth was hotter than it is today with fewer people on it, no cars, few houses. Amazing how we are worrying about it now. hmmm

  8. author
    greenlion465 18 Jan 2017 21:23

    Here s a website that may help: http://www.fightglobalwarming.com/page.cfm?tagID=251

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    news.bg 18 Jan 2017 05:54

    There is no left or right, only tyranny or freedom, nature or ecocide. Ascendant authoritarian fascists seeking to oppress others and obstruct responses to scientific truths with hate speech and alternative facts must be resisted and eliminated from...

    Humanity’s one shared biosphere that makes Earth habitable is collapsing and dying as industrial growth overruns natural ecosystems and climate; as we have utterly failed to embrace our dependence upon each other and nature for our well-being and...

    Guest essay by Eric Worrall Australian federal senator Cory Bernardi has resigned from the Australian Liberal Party, citing differences with the party leadership, including climate policy (Bernardi is a skeptic). This resignation will increase the discomfort of the beleaguered Turnbull government. Cory Bernardi quits the Liberal Party to establish Australian Conservatives South Australian senator Cory…

    Study shows planet’s atmospheric oxygen rose through glaciers, climate swung so extremely that the polar ice caps extended to the equator and the Earth was a snowball From the UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING A University of Wyoming researcher contributed to a paper that determined a “Snowball Earth” event actually took place 100 million years earlier than previously…