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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 22 Dec 19 11.19pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Qwijibo

You can literally predict which names on here will deny man's influence on the climate.

Why would that be then.
Pollution yes I admit needs addressing.
Give me a list of changing gases in the atmosphere which fundimentaly are mans contribution.
Co2 is 0.0039%
It hasnt changed since we first measured it.
This is the offending gas apparently so where is our input to that figure.
Weather events are cyclical.
The problem is that trying to put a counter argument is shouted down.
It's the next money maker.
Follow the popular theory and you will be ok.
A bit like the recent lgbtyfdsvb case and the woman being sacked for saying a trans will never biologically be a woman.
Even scientists said she was wrong.
Wtf

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 23 Dec 19 6.05am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Qwijibo

You can literally predict which names on here will deny man's influence on the climate.

You're a cleverer man than I then as I certainly can't unless you are trying to suggest that it has something to do with one's political views

 

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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 23 Dec 19 8.39am Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

Your first line is wrong tbh.
where have I said the climate isnt changing?
My question is how man is impacting it, if at all.
The cycle of the earth and its features and actions is probably longer than we have records for.
This could all be part of a cycle that's happened over and over.
To deny that makes you the climate change denier.

I am obliged to you independent thinkers. Only you and Donald Trump truly seem to have a grasp on this

As climate change at its current pace is natural and inevitable no point in trying to leave anything for the grandchildren

I'm going out to spend all my money on a huge gas guzzling boat

 

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View Beanyboysmd's Profile Beanyboysmd Flag 23 Dec 19 9.32am Send a Private Message to Beanyboysmd Add Beanyboysmd as a friend

I started as a window cleaner in October, since then we had the wettest October on record, a November that was in the top 3 and December looks about the same...I have never talked about the weather as much as I have in the last 3 months!

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 23 Dec 19 9.44am Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

Originally posted by Beanyboysmd

I started as a window cleaner in October, since then we had the wettest October on record, a November that was in the top 3 and December looks about the same...I have never talked about the weather as much as I have in the last 3 months!

It is not only the incessant precipitation that has been an issue but the wind as well and this is very prevalent in my locality on the south coast as it must be in coastal areas in general.Umbrellas turning inside out and one's hair resembling an abandoned Chaffinch's nest.On my chops has fallen an expression of disgust on numerous occasions.

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 23 Dec 19 10.05am Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Mapletree

I am obliged to you independent thinkers. Only you and Donald Trump truly seem to have a grasp on this

As climate change at its current pace is natural and inevitable no point in trying to leave anything for the grandchildren

I'm going out to spend all my money on a huge gas guzzling boat

And not being allowed to independently think is where you and yours would like us ,I get that.
You will get your wish for a minority report society one day.

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 23 Dec 19 10.11am Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

So where are your figures then maple?
Co2 in the air.

 

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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 23 Dec 19 1.31pm Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

So where are your figures then maple?
Co2 in the air.

Did you read the link I posted? Can't be bothered with posting anything further it you haven't, it's disrespectful

But here's a starter for ten, the first section of my link

The concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in atmospheric samples have been measured continuously since the late 1950s. Since then, carbon dioxide concentrations have increased steadily from about 315 parts per million (ppm, or molecules of carbon dioxide per million molecules of dry air) in the late 1950s to about 385 ppm now, with small spatial variations away from major sources of emissions.

Edited by Mapletree (23 Dec 2019 1.34pm)

 

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View cryrst's Profile cryrst Flag Chatham 23 Dec 19 3.34pm Send a Private Message to cryrst Add cryrst as a friend

Originally posted by Mapletree

Did you read the link I posted? Can't be bothered with posting anything further it you haven't, it's disrespectful

But here's a starter for ten, the first section of my link

The concentrations of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in atmospheric samples have been measured continuously since the late 1950s. Since then, carbon dioxide concentrations have increased steadily from about 315 parts per million (ppm, or molecules of carbon dioxide per million molecules of dry air) in the late 1950s to about 385 ppm now, with small spatial variations away from major sources of emissions.

Edited by Mapletree (23 Dec 2019 1.34pm)

Being a gas engineer I know that's a piss in the wind ppm.

 

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View Willo's Profile Willo Flag South coast - west of Brighton. 23 Dec 19 3.45pm Send a Private Message to Willo Add Willo as a friend

With all this standing water caused by excessive precipitation one has to be mindful of walking next to large puddles in a road.

Not too long ago I was somewhat startled when a vehicle made contact with a fairly large expanse of water, the contents of which were transferred to my clothing probably much to the amusement of the driver.

 

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View Mapletree's Profile Mapletree Flag Croydon 23 Dec 19 3.52pm Send a Private Message to Mapletree Add Mapletree as a friend

Originally posted by cryrst

Being a gas engineer I know that's a piss in the wind ppm.

Ah, great. So nothing to worry about then

Why didn't the climate scientists simply ask a gas engineer?

Soon the glaciers will start re-freezing, Australia won't be on fire and the rain will stop in the UK.

So that's all good then.

I can only assume you still didn't read the link (or any other relevant scientific data), which does indeed make your continuing posting disrespectful.

 

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View kingdowieonthewall's Profile kingdowieonthewall Flag glorious Goring by sea 23 Dec 19 3.52pm Send a Private Message to kingdowieonthewall Add kingdowieonthewall as a friend

Originally posted by Willo

With all this standing water caused by excessive precipitation one has to be mindful of walking next to large puddles in a road.

Not too long ago I was somewhat startled when a vehicle made contact with a fairly large expanse of water, the contents of which were transferred to my clothing probably much to the amusement of the driver.

I remember, decades ago in Croydon, me & a mate were out in torrential rain in my old Mk.1 cortina.
Huddled under a bus stop canopy was 2 old type yellow peril traffic wardens, with a massive lagoon of a puddle in front of em, sloshing up the curb.
We went 'round the block and soaked 'em.
Best part was the second before they knew they were going to get drenched as I dropped a gear & sped into the pond, covering them to head height.
oh yes, still makes me chuckle.

 


Kids,tired of being bothered by your pesky parents?
Then leave home, get a job & pay your own bills, while you still know everything.

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