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Re: Climate change.

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JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:22 am
GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:20 am

I don’t get anything from blogs, mine comes from unaltered history and old school teachings.
btw if you can’t handle this just read my signature.
Cool brother. I'll continue listening to scientists. You do you.
I will thank you, history has already written this out for us.
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GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:24 am
JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:22 am

Cool brother. I'll continue listening to scientists. You do you.
I will, history has already written this out for us.
It hasn't though. This is new. It's never changed at this rate and yes we can tell that.
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JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:26 am
GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:24 am

I will, history has already written this out for us.
It hasn't though. This is new. It's never changed at this rate and yes we can tell that.
You keep believing that, I will rely on this planet’s history.
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GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:27 am
JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:26 am

It hasn't though. This is new. It's never changed at this rate and yes we can tell that.
You keep believing that, I will rely on this planet’s history.
It's not a belief. Read the reports of the studies.
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JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:29 am
GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:27 am

You keep believing that, I will rely on this planet’s history.
It's not a belief. Read the reports of the studies.
Go look into this event Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
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GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:34 am
JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:29 am

It's not a belief. Read the reports of the studies.
Go look into this event Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
Go look at the IPCC reports.
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JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:39 am
GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:34 am

Go look into this event Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum
Go look at the IPCC reports.
Why is it going tell me past events never happened.

Oh yes pumped out by corrupt UN, no thanks. Similar to BS pumped out by W.H.O
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GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:42 am
JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:39 am

Go look at the IPCC reports.
Why is it going tell me past events never happened.

Oh yes pumped out by corrupt UN, no thanks. Similar to BS pumped out by W.H.O
It will inform you of rates of change from previous events and how they were measured. And it has nothing to do with the UN. The reports are compiled from climate scientists around the whole planet. From private, government, university and private backgrounds. The IPCC compiles and summarizes the individual reports and publishes then in a palatable way to the public.
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JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:51 am
GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:42 am

Why is it going tell me past events never happened.

Oh yes pumped out by corrupt UN, no thanks. Similar to BS pumped out by W.H.O
It will inform you of rates of change from previous events and how they were measured. And it has nothing to do with the UN. The reports are compiled from climate scientists around the whole planet. From private, government, university and private backgrounds. The IPCC compiles and summarizes the individual reports and publishes then in a palatable way to the public.
Just look up who the Parent Organization happens to be.
Use search engine of your choice “Who is IPCC”
Personally I stopped using google a couple of decades ago and haven’t looked back.
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GordonH wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 9:00 am
JLives wrote: Sep 1st, 2023, 8:51 am

It will inform you of rates of change from previous events and how they were measured. And it has nothing to do with the UN. The reports are compiled from climate scientists around the whole planet. From private, government, university and private backgrounds. The IPCC compiles and summarizes the individual reports and publishes then in a palatable way to the public.
Just look up who the Parent Organization happens to be.
Use search engine of your choice “Who is IPCC”
Personally I stopped using google a couple of decades ago and haven’t looked back.
I stand corrected. They are affiliated. Their purpose remains the same.
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QUESNEL: Manitoba needs to join Western Front against net zero nonsense

Despite Manitoba’s historic reliance on cheap and clean hydroelectric power, it should be standing shoulder to shoulder with the energy provinces Alberta and Saskatchewan in opposing the federal government’s unprecedented power grab to reconfigure electricity delivery in the provinces by imposing its crazy net zero plan.

Even if Manitoba could meet Ottawa’s quixotic dreams of ending fossil fuel use, the provincial government should stand on constitutional principles. Manitobans should determine our shared energy future, not federal bureaucrats in the thrall of global central planners and green special interests.

Given Manitoba’s position as a renewable energy champion (hydropower 97% of the province’s electricity), it would mean a lot if it opposed Ottawa’s intrusion.

Even if we indulge climate hysteria and the questionable theory that carbon dioxide is pollution, it’s clear Canada would make no difference to global CO2 emissions with its combined carbon tax and net zero goals.

On the constitutional front, federal plans are shaky. Ottawa’s net zero policies require provinces and territories to adopt certain electricity generation targets by 2035. Of course, some provinces outside the West are pushing back. Nova Scotia — reliant on imported coal — is opposing Ottawa’s targets and its punitive carbon tax levies that are hitting low-income Nova Scotians particularly hard.

The Constitution specifies provinces and territories have jurisdiction over electricity generation. Which makes complete sense. This level of government is better able to prioritize and manage its own plans for electric generation.

Informed observers have pointed out that Ottawa was able to weasel into this area through appealing to its shared jurisdiction with the provinces over the environment. Project Confederation – an independent public policy organization based in Alberta – has pointed out that the decision to give the feds and the provinces shared say over the environment was one arrived at solely by the courts. The environment is not even mentioned in the constitution.

Through this shared jurisdiction concept, Ottawa was able to impose its questionable carbon tax regime on the provinces. The court ruled that because climate change was of national concern and urgency, the federal government could impose its policies.
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Climate politics is more likely to ruin mankind than anything.

A new documentary claiming offshore wind farms do kill whales. Something the left loves to do.

https://www.climatedepot.com/2023/08/28 ... ll-whales/
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Jlabute wrote: Sep 3rd, 2023, 8:03 am Climate politics is more likely to ruin mankind than anything.

A new documentary claiming offshore wind farms do kill whales. Something the left loves to do.

https://www.climatedepot.com/2023/08/28 ... ll-whales/
First, they came for the birds,

And then the bats.

Now, the whales.
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Catsumi wrote: Sep 3rd, 2023, 11:51 am
Jlabute wrote: Sep 3rd, 2023, 8:03 am Climate politics is more likely to ruin mankind than anything.

A new documentary claiming offshore wind farms do kill whales. Something the left loves to do.

https://www.climatedepot.com/2023/08/28 ... ll-whales/
First, they came for the birds,

And then the bats.

Now, the whales.
... and don't forget the endangered desert tortoise, populations of Mojave fringe-toed lizards and bighorn sheep have also been afflicted by solar farms. :135:
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What barbarians for attacking an elder! :-X

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