Thread: 16,000 scientists warn humanity

LeglizHemp - 11/15/2017 at 12:08 AM

http://edition.cnn.com/2017/11/14/health/scientists-warn-humanity/index.htm l


sixty8 - 11/15/2017 at 02:31 AM

This will do nothing to sway the no brain people who deny that climate change is being caused by human activities. They are all a bunch of morons. Mostly the same morons who helped elect President Inept last November. The guy who is rolling back all kinds of environmental regulations that will only add to the world problem. All of these complete imbeciles like Trump himself think they know more than all of these scientists. Trump knows more about everything than any expert in any field of work knows!!! LOL!!!! This sh_t for brains ass_hole knows nothing about anything and his flock of supporters, the ones still supporting him after a year of this buffoonery are every bit as dumb and mentally stunted as Trump is.


LeglizHemp - 11/15/2017 at 03:06 AM

Well said.


Muleman1994 - 11/15/2017 at 03:58 PM

Ah, Fake News (formally known as CNN).

The so-called Paris Accords was crap and is gone.
Deal with it.


jkeller - 11/15/2017 at 04:03 PM

quote:
Ah, Fake News (formally known as CNN).

The so-called Paris Accords was crap and is gone.
Deal with it.




The Paris accord is not gone. Every country except the US is in it. Trump says he wants a better deal, but the rest of the world says “no”. Once again, our well respected leader has been left in the dust by the rest of the world.


Muleman1994 - 11/16/2017 at 03:28 PM

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quote:
Ah, Fake News (formally known as CNN).

The so-called Paris Accords was crap and is gone.
Deal with it.




The Paris accord is not gone. Every country except the US is in it. Trump says he wants a better deal, but the rest of the world says “no”. Once again, our well respected leader has been left in the dust by the rest of the world.



The Paris accord is dead and gone.
The only country that was to finance the global warming hoax was the U.S.

The Paris Accords had no accountability, no goals set, no enforcement mechanism and was worthless.

I'll ask you the same question I asked rabbit who could not answer:
Why should the U.S. stay in the Paris Accords?


BoytonBrother - 11/16/2017 at 05:35 PM

Mule, what is your background and qualifications in law and science to provide such a response?


jkeller - 11/16/2017 at 05:59 PM

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quote:
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Ah, Fake News (formally known as CNN).

The so-called Paris Accords was crap and is gone.
Deal with it.




The Paris accord is not gone. Every country except the US is in it. Trump says he wants a better deal, but the rest of the world says “no”. Once again, our well respected leader has been left in the dust by the rest of the world.



The Paris accord is dead and gone.
The only country that was to finance the global warming hoax was the U.S.

The Paris Accords had no accountability, no goals set, no enforcement mechanism and was worthless.

I'll ask you the same question I asked rabbit who could not answer:
Why should the U.S. stay in the Paris Accords?




Not true. Every country involved has to finance their own plan. We are alone. And isolated because our president is a misanthropic moron who has no idea what his job entails.


BrerRabbit - 11/16/2017 at 06:11 PM

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I'll ask you the same question I asked rabbit who could not answer:
Why should the U.S. stay in the Paris Accords?


You have confused "could not answer" with "gave an answer you did not like".

I have weighed in on this several times. The gist of my answers was that I think it is important for the USA to be involved with global environmental initiatives, and display strong leadership rather than isolate itself. This gives us leverage, and power to affect the process, whatever the outcome.

I have stated unequivocally a few times that I don't trust or like Al Gore.

Rummaged around in my posts related to this and found one from last year that pretty much sums up my view:

"Even if it were proven beyond a doubt that global warming is man-made, America and Europe could erase their carbon footprint today (which of course won't happen), there will still be another century or more of China and India pumping out the carbon as their billions of people all go for a higher standard of living, more consumption, cars, all scrambling for their shot at living the way America taught them.

So we can argue until we are blue in the face, but it won't change a thing. Some things are just bigger than our little political squeaking."


BIGV - 11/16/2017 at 08:17 PM

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They are all a bunch of morons. Mostly the same morons who helped elect President Inept last November. This sh_t for brains ass_hole knows nothing about anything and his flock of supporters, the ones still supporting him after a year of this buffoonery are every bit as dumb and mentally stunted as Trump is.


Mmmmm. Funny how when the left says and writes things like this, it's not a generalization.

lol


BoytonBrother - 11/16/2017 at 08:44 PM

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Mmmmm. Funny how when the left says and writes things like this, it's not a generalization.


How come you don’t call him out by name instead of attributing this to half of all American voters?


gina - 11/16/2017 at 08:47 PM

"There has been a 35% increase in the human population since the 1992 letter, putting a strain on the increasingly limited number of available natural resources. That trend is not expected to change any time soon. "

There will be things done to decrease the population. They are not pretty things, ethical or moral, but it will be done to make sure there are resources for the rest of the people. The US has 320 million people, it does not have the crops/food to sustain that. It imports most it's food. Decreasing the population in the US will be one of the things that will occur. HOW? Epidemics, pandemics. Dispersing toxins from drone planes so that people get sick and die off, etc. You think that is conspiracy theory, read Rogue State and find out factually some of the research that was already done with regards to that over the years in different places. They could unleash mosquitos infected with ebola in areas with high humidity to take out large groups of the population. There are any number of ways it CAN be done. Ultimately the plans that play out will be part of the history of a dieing planet.


BIGV - 11/16/2017 at 08:57 PM

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Mmmmm. Funny how when the left says and writes things like this, it's not a generalization.


How come you don’t call him out by name instead of attributing this to half of all American voters?


You mean like he has done?

lol


BoytonBrother - 11/16/2017 at 09:01 PM

Your lack of an answer tells me all I need to know.


jkeller - 11/16/2017 at 09:17 PM

quote:
quote:
They are all a bunch of morons. Mostly the same morons who helped elect President Inept last November. This sh_t for brains ass_hole knows nothing about anything and his flock of supporters, the ones still supporting him after a year of this buffoonery are every bit as dumb and mentally stunted as Trump is.


Mmmmm. Funny how when the left says and writes things like this, it's not a generalization.

lol


You make a point against generalizations by making a generalization.

lol

LOL


BIGV - 11/16/2017 at 09:49 PM

quote:
quote:
quote:
They are all a bunch of morons. Mostly the same morons who helped elect President Inept last November. This sh_t for brains ass_hole knows nothing about anything and his flock of supporters, the ones still supporting him after a year of this buffoonery are every bit as dumb and mentally stunted as Trump is.


Mmmmm. Funny how when the left says and writes things like this, it's not a generalization.

lol


You make a point against generalizations by making a generalization.


Exactly my point.


Muleman1994 - 11/17/2017 at 02:04 AM

quote:
quote:
I'll ask you the same question I asked rabbit who could not answer:
Why should the U.S. stay in the Paris Accords?


You have confused "could not answer" with "gave an answer you did not like".

I have weighed in on this several times. The gist of my answers was that I think it is important for the USA to be involved with global environmental initiatives, and display strong leadership rather than isolate itself. This gives us leverage, and power to affect the process, whatever the outcome.

I have stated unequivocally a few times that I don't trust or like Al Gore.

Rummaged around in my posts related to this and found one from last year that pretty much sums up my view:

"Even if it were proven beyond a doubt that global warming is man-made, America and Europe could erase their carbon footprint today (which of course won't happen), there will still be another century or more of China and India pumping out the carbon as their billions of people all go for a higher standard of living, more consumption, cars, all scrambling for their shot at living the way America taught them.

So we can argue until we are blue in the face, but it won't change a thing. Some things are just bigger than our little political squeaking."



Crap.

I asked you many times why should the U.S. stay in the Paris Accords.

You never could answer. The salient question in that thread.

You might notice that not one global warming leftie here can or will answer that question either.




BrerRabbit - 11/17/2017 at 02:26 AM

Hey, I gave you my answer. If you don't agree or think it adequate, that's your problem.


pops42 - 11/17/2017 at 05:05 PM

The U.S. cannot leave the Paris climate accord until 2020, and trump will be long gone by then. Its NOT going to happen. only an IDIOT would believe otherwise. http://www.businessinsider.com/trump-years-pull-out-paris-agreement-why-201 7-6 Another broken promise and EPIC FAILURE for trump, and a WIN for humanity.

[Edited on 11/17/2017 by pops42]


jkeller - 11/17/2017 at 06:13 PM

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Hey, I gave you my answer. If you don't agree or think it adequate, that's your problem.


If he acknowledges your answer, he has to respond to it. He isn't capable of intelligent debate, so your answer must be dismissed as insufficient. It is how he operates.


BrerRabbit - 11/17/2017 at 06:29 PM

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Crap


I confess I am no match for this civil, polite, good-humored, well-thought out and cogent presentation. The succinct and concise brevity of the above is unassailable. Debating skills to be envied.


pops42 - 11/18/2017 at 04:25 PM

quote:
Ah, Fake News (formally known as CNN).

The so-called Paris Accords was crap and is gone.
Deal with it.


Wrong.


Muleman1994 - 11/18/2017 at 06:31 PM

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Hey, I gave you my answer. If you don't agree or think it adequate, that's your problem.


You never addressed that actual and only salient question.

The Paris Accords had no accountability, no goals set, no enforcement mechanism and was worthless.
Obama obligated the U.S. to pay hundreds of billions of dollars to countries that did not have to state how our money would be used and did not have any reporting requirement.

Recently you puled out the "leadership" dodge.
Hundreds of billions of dollars is a steep price to pay for a feel good that would have zero effect on the so-called global warming.

I'll ask you the same question again:
Why should the U.S. stay in the Paris Accords?


BrerRabbit - 11/18/2017 at 06:45 PM

Real sorry my answer wasn't what you needed to hear. I realize it must be very frustrating for you to have to constantly be on the offensive to prove yourself the victor in any dialogue.


What's eating you man, you gearing up to go postal or what?


Muleman1994 - 11/18/2017 at 06:54 PM

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Real sorry my answer wasn't what you needed to hear. I realize it must be very frustrating for you to have to constantly be on the offensive to prove yourself the victor in any dialogue.


What's eating you man, you gearing up to go postal or what?




"Real sorry my answer wasn't what you needed to hear."

It isn't a matter of what I needed to hear.
My point is that you cannot say why the U.S. should have stayed in the Paris Accords.
You are all for it but cannot say why.


BrerRabbit - 11/18/2017 at 07:18 PM

Actually point is you are under a compulsion to repeatedly attack anyone who disagrees with you on anything, rather than simply state your case and let them take it or leave it, as most folks do here, regardless of politics.

Recipe for Postal Stew: Isolated disillusioned angry ex-hippie who loves Govt Mule, old Jefferson Airplane, radicalized into extreme right wing ideology in middle age, concurrent with a midlife crisis.



pops42 - 11/18/2017 at 07:35 PM

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quote:
Real sorry my answer wasn't what you needed to hear. I realize it must be very frustrating for you to have to constantly be on the offensive to prove yourself the victor in any dialogue.


What's eating you man, you gearing up to go postal or what?




"Real sorry my answer wasn't what you needed to hear."

It isn't a matter of what I needed to hear.
My point is that you cannot say why the U.S. should have stayed in the Paris Accords.
You are all for it but cannot say why.

The USA is not out of the Paris Accord, moron.


BrerRabbit - 11/18/2017 at 08:27 PM

Yep, unable to bridge the ideological gulf between Paul Kantner and Donald Trump, irreconcilable visions from "Tear down the walls" to "Build the wall", tormented and driven into a futile compulsion to redeem himself from a past that is now a stained litany of sin in the eyes of his new heroes, the old ex-hippie neo-fascist cracks.


BrerRabbit - 11/19/2017 at 04:20 AM

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It isn't a matter of what I needed to hear.


Ok, cool. No hard feelings then, glad to know that what you needed to hear has no bearing on this conversation.


Muleman1994 - 11/19/2017 at 11:10 PM

As President Trump made very clear when he announced that The U.S. would be pulling out of the Paris Accords, the process would take 3 years. That is because of the way Obama setup the U.S. participation in the piece of crap.

The Paris Accords are entirely dependent on the redistribution of wealth Obama committed to. Whose wealth? The U.S. and only the U.S.

The U.S. never ratified The Paris Accords. Obama never submitted it to Congress for ratification. More than 70% of the countries that have ratified it did so contingent on getting paid.

The Paris Accords is a complete waste. It sets no goals, has no enforcement mechanism, no accountability and has no requirement that the U.S. payments be used to combat so-called climate change.

No surprise that not one of the left-wing global warming devotees can state why The U.S. should remain in the Paris Accords.



BrerRabbit - 11/20/2017 at 01:38 AM

For sure man, sometimes it is best just to go ahead say what you need to hear. Waiting for others to come around to your point of view is pretty futile and frustrating.

Glad you found some closure on this, bro.
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