The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2

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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by Christophe » 24/06/21, 20:22

Here is the perfect photo to illustrate the "fable" ...

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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by Exnihiloest » 24/06/21, 23:02

 
A thermometer in the sun: that's exactly it, "the fable"Bravo for this dazzling summary!

Do you know what a thermometer in the sun measures?
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by ABC2019 » 24/06/21, 23:11

humus wrote:
ABC2019 wrote:I've never seen Janco censor himself because of political correctness, that's one of his qualities that I recognize. Moreover, he does not hesitate to take a position, for example for nuclear power.

He does not censor himself on the factual or scientific aspect of his speech, he is unassailable.
He censors himself on the solutions.
Nuclear power, it does not say: "it is absolutely necessary!" he says "given what I have just explained, it would be stupid to do without it".

oh yes, but if the goal is to decrease, after all why do nuclear power? we don't care since we want to decrease !!! what would it be "stupid" to do without it, all the same, it's full of hazardous waste and it could explode ...

That conservatives insufficiently informed, if at all informed about global warming and depletions.
It is a good change in economic model that we are talking about and that is a bit "too much" for conservatives who are not aware of the stakes.

what do you mean by changing your economic model? What are you suggesting instead?
so what ? it's the only thing that has succeeded in reducing the annual GDP by more than 5%, and CO2 emissions with it, it's a gift from the sky, isn't it? why refuse it?

I'm not refusing, I'm just saying it's not an epiphenomenon in a continuous flow of growth.

no but I ask you why in my opinion all the leaders seek to catch up with the fall in the GDP and that not a single one says that it is very well like that and that it is necessary to continue?

It's going to be difficult for the number given that they self-censored themselves, thinking it would never pass.
It does not appear anywhere, it is verbal captured in I do not know which TV show.

so it's "common sense" that hardly anyone shares?
the citizens' convention, it was supposed to be representative, so I don't see how they can think that no one would share their ideas, it's a bit contradictory ...

ABC2019 wrote: names !!!

Aurelien Barrau, Cyril Dion, Greta?
I don't have a policy in mind and I don't think there is any in France. No idea, actually.
It means that we are far from the passage to the decrease, you can rest easy good people.

Never 5 without 6.


yes that people without any political responsibility, who have no accountability, and can show off in front of the cameras without any inconvenience.

But it's weird, don't you have the impression that common sense and the evidence on degrowth vanish as soon as we can put them into practice?
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by Gaston » 25/06/21, 13:36

Exnihiloest wrote: 
A thermometer in the sun: that's exactly it, "the fable"Bravo for this dazzling summary!
To be honest, I only see a large display in the sun.
I don't know where the temperature sensor is.
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by izentrop » 25/06/21, 14:45

No, but you denounce the fable of the fable. : Evil:
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by humus » 25/06/21, 15:52

ABC2019 wrote:so it's "common sense" that hardly anyone shares?

Officially anyway. There are reasons, it is not just salespeople, it would take time to explain and convince, to go beyond the primary reflexes. What you are not already doing.

ABC2019 wrote:the citizens' convention, it was supposed to be representative, so I don't see how they can think that no one would share their ideas, it's a bit contradictory ...

Not a lot of savvy Mr Duplice.

Sorry for my terse answers but you don't deserve more and that's too much.
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by humus » 25/06/21, 15:54

Christophe wrote:Here is the perfect photo to illustrate the "fable" ...

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Very good illustration, which one is Exnihiloest, which one is ABC2019?
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by GuyGadeboisTheBack » 25/06/21, 15:58

On June 6, in the United Arab Emirates, a peak of 51.8 ° C was observed in Sweihan. Unheard of in June in the emirate.
An absolute heat record was then set in the Sultanate of Oman with 51.6 ° C in Joba on June 16, 2021, beating the 50.8 ° C reached in 2017, 2009 and 1990.

https://global-climat.com/2021/06/24/no ... s-de-juin/
Moscow - The temperature in Moscow has reached 34,7 ° C, tying a heat record set 120 years ago, the Russian weather service said on Tuesday.

http://mapecology.ma/actualites/record- ... -a-moscou/
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by Exnihiloest » 25/06/21, 16:01

Gaston wrote:
Exnihiloest wrote: 
A thermometer in the sun: that's exactly it, "the fable"Bravo for this dazzling summary!
To be honest, I only see a large display in the sun.
I don't know where the temperature sensor is.


Why then have passed a link which proves nothing ?!
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Re: The fable of anthropogenic warming and the fight against CO2




by Exnihiloest » 25/06/21, 16:10

izentrop wrote:No, but you denounce the fable of the fable. : Evil:


The fable is to present an extravagant temperature and a thermometer of which at least the display is in the sun, and probably the probe too because in the box, to tell us then, when we object to you that a thermometer in the sun displays anything, that we would not know where the probe is!

Low hypocrisy.
We will therefore not be surprised by my contempt for all these green cheaters and manipulators who confirm every day by their shenanigans, this fable of anthropogenic warming.

http://temperatureideale.fr/capteur-tem ... abri-meteo
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