(03-12-2017 04:07 AM)tigerpride96 Wrote:
(03-11-2017 10:44 PM)holyterror Wrote: Global warming at its finest.
It's nearly 90 degrees here in Vegas. Ridiculously warm weather for this time of year. This warm weather here and the snow in Memphis are a very good example of the results of global warming. Global warming causes, in part, instability in world weather which manifests itself often in extremes as the world works out how to best get rid of the extra energy (primarily from CO2) in the environment. Along with the incremental increase yearly in average temperatures you get days like today in Memphis and Las Vegas as well as more severe storms like hurricanes.
Honestly, global warming isn't rocket science. It's fairly straight forward science. There's been more research and tests to prove global warming exists and is man made and a major threat to our future existence than there is documented proof that gravity exists.
I feel sorry for anyone that doesn't understand global warming and claims it doesn't exist. It must be terrible to live being so incredibly ignorant and stupid.
Geologist have found periods through core samples that show that CO2 is not the cause of rising temperatures. Period of global coiling has shown high CO2 levels and periods of global warming has shown low CO2. This is actual physical science and not just speculation.
Earth has gone through many many warming and cooling periods most BEFORE man stepped foot on earth. Climate Changers see a normally occurring event and decide to find a reason to study and so they can get government funding. It is job security.
The Crista-Spa project debunked the ozone depletion claims.
"New satellite ozone data and other atmospheric studies based on actual measurements confirm that the ozone layer is not a homogeneous, flat and that atmospheric dynamics, not chemistry, is the driving factor that determines the thickness of the ozone layer.
The scientific research reported here strips any shred of credibility from the claims of the ozone depletion theorists leaving the Montreal Protocol backed only by the Malthusian ideotogy of its founders."
"Crista-Spas is a group of instruments (Crista), deployed on a space platform (Spas), that measures atmospheric gases in such detail that it can create three-dimensional images of the distribution of the gases in the stratosphere (see Crista-Spas Project). As the German scientists told the press, these 3-D images show that the models behind the ozone depletion scare are completely, and axiomatically, wrong. In the words of Germany's Die Welt newspaper Nov. 7, the evidence presented at this press conference means that "all ozone computer models produced so far have, in effect, turned into waste paper."