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OverSword

That is an awesome conspiracy theory! :gun: 

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'Walt' E. Kurtz

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Hahahaha Ffs how can you be that stupid :)

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HandsomeGorilla
5 minutes ago, 'Walt' E. Kurtz said:

@The13Bats

Hahahaha Ffs how can you be that stupid :)

Bet you a shiny new quarter I can be that stupid

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Obviousman

"No one in this world...has ever lost money by underestimating the intelligence of the great masses of the plain people"

H. L. Mencken

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joc

Here is the real Conspiracy Theory!

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snowstorms (which could well be linked to global warming)

Isn't that a misnomer?  ..of sorts

I be like...shakin' my head...when someone tells me that 5 below zero in N. Texas is linked to Global Warming...

Hey, there are a LOT of idiots in Texas...most of them are  here from California, Chicago, and elsewhere.  Places where they don't really have anything known as ....common sense.  I mean seriously, In the State of California Common Sense is known to cause cancer.

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Occupational Hubris
59 minutes ago, joc said:

 

I be like...shakin' my head...when someone tells me that 5 below zero in N. Texas is linked to Global Warming...

 

Artic warming causes the Artic Oscillation to go into a negative phase during which the polar jet stream that surrounds the polar vortex has a high degree of variability. This allows the polar vortex further south into North America and can cause weather patterns to be slow moving and keep the cold around longer. So yeah, 5 below in Texas could be linked to global warning. 

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Michelle

Must be a slow news day with this nonsense. It's right up there with the Tide pod challenge.

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joc
8 hours ago, Occupational Hubris said:

Artic warming causes the Artic Oscillation to go into a negative phase during which the polar jet stream that surrounds the polar vortex has a high degree of variability. This allows the polar vortex further south into North America and can cause weather patterns to be slow moving and keep the cold around longer. So yeah, 5 below in Texas could be linked to global warning. 

BS....

How about explaining to me in your own words out of your own mind...what actually causes the Arctic to be so cold in the first place?

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jaylemurph
21 hours ago, 'Walt' E. Kurtz said:

@The13Bats

Hahahaha Ffs how can you be that stupid :)

As in so much else, conspiridiots are always ready to run the race to the bottom depths of stupidity.

--Jaylemurph

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joc
7 hours ago, joc said:
15 hours ago, Occupational Hubris said:

Artic warming causes the Artic Oscillation to go into a negative phase during which the polar jet stream that surrounds the polar vortex has a high degree of variability. This allows the polar vortex further south into North America and can cause weather patterns to be slow moving and keep the cold around longer. So yeah, 5 below in Texas could be linked to global warning. 

BS....

How about explaining to me in your own words out of your own mind...what actually causes the Arctic to be so cold in the first place?

Since @Occupational Hubris has no answer or is unable to respond or whatever...

Let it be said that;

The North and South Poles on Mars are similar to the polar regions on Earth in many ways. They are the coldest places on the planet, with wintertime temperatures dipping to a frigid -150° C (about -238° F). Both poles have ice caps made primarily of water ice.Jul 7, 2008

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Occupational Hubris
8 hours ago, joc said:

BS....

How about explaining to me in your own words out of your own mind...what actually causes the Arctic to be so cold in the first place?

 

1 hour ago, joc said:

Since @Occupational Hubris has no answer or is unable to respond or whatever...

Let it be said that;

The North and South Poles on Mars are similar to the polar regions on Earth in many ways. They are the coldest places on the planet, with wintertime temperatures dipping to a frigid -150° C (about -238° F). Both poles have ice caps made primarily of water ice.Jul 7, 2008

Sorry, I'm not a monkey to dance when you command on an internet forums. 

Even though youre super rude, I'll answer your question. Thee poles are cold because of axial tilt and indirect sunlight. This is basic stuff. 

 

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joc
3 hours ago, Occupational Hubris said:

 

Sorry, I'm not a monkey to dance when you command on an internet forums. 

Even though youre super rude, I'll answer your question. Thee poles are cold because of axial tilt and indirect sunlight. This is basic stuff. 

 

Thank you ....so they are not cold because of the CO2 in the atmosphere.  Thank you.

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Occupational Hubris
2 minutes ago, joc said:

Thank you ....so they are not cold because of the CO2 in the atmosphere.  Thank you.

Why would C02 be the cause of the poles being cold? C02 has the opposite affect

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Obviousman

They're not... they can't be... surely they are not a climate change denier?

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joc
28 minutes ago, Occupational Hubris said:

Why would C02 be the cause of the poles being cold? C02 has the opposite affect

If CO2 would cause the poles to heat up...then why does Mars have Polar Ice Caps when 95% of it's atmosphere IS CO2?

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Occupational Hubris
5 minutes ago, joc said:

If CO2 would cause the poles to heat up...then why does Mars have Polar Ice Caps when 95% of it's atmosphere IS CO2?

Because the atmosphere of mars is around 100 times thinner than that of earth. Venus has an atmosphere around 90 times denser than earths, and look at what the C02 has done there. 

Mars is also further form the sun, receiving about half as much sunlight as earth. 

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joc
Just now, Occupational Hubris said:

Because the atmosphere of mars is around 100 times thinner than that of earth.

So, CO2 doesn't warm up the ice caps.  Which is it?  

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joc
9 minutes ago, Occupational Hubris said:

Because the atmosphere of mars is around 100 times thinner than that of earth. Venus has an atmosphere around 90 times denser than earths, and look at what the C02 has done there. 

Mars is also further form the sun, receiving about half as much sunlight as earth. 

What caused the glaciers to melt at the end of the ice age?

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Occupational Hubris
20 minutes ago, joc said:

So, CO2 doesn't warm up the ice caps.  Which is it?  

In a thinner atmosphere that is constantly escaping into space, no, it doesn't.

Do you really need this basic chemistry explained or are you trying to lead to some "gotcha" moment? One , i suspect, will rely on misunderstanding or ignoring established science.

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Occupational Hubris
19 minutes ago, joc said:

What caused the glaciers to melt at the end of the ice age?

Climate change can come from different sources, as i suspect you know. There are natural processes and man-made ones, as well. 

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