Sunday, July 29, 2012

Herald De Paris - a Revolutionary Newspaper

283 comments:

  1. GLOBAL WORFING6:34 AM

    Former Global Warming Skeptic Makes a 'Total Turnaround'

    By Natalie Wolchover | LiveScience.com – 1 hr 59 mins ago

    A prominent scientist who was skeptical of the evidence that climate change was real, let alone that it was caused by humans, now says he has made a "total turnaround."

    Richard Muller, a professor of physics at the University of California, Berkeley, says he has become convinced that "the prior estimates of the rate of warming were correct," and that humans are "almost entirely the cause" of that warming.

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  2. Anonymous8:59 AM

    Muller ay?....wasn't that the one Doltron was always parading at us as his Berkeley denier?

    :D

    Yes. I do believe it was.

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  3. GLOBAL WORFING DONE KICKED YOUR BUTT AGAIN, TROLL11:06 AM

    Funded by the Koch brothers to prove global warming is false, .....routinely quoted by the idiot that is Voltron, along with his cackling idiot mascot "Moo Moo" who cheered and jeered as voltron quoted this "noted Berkeley professor" who denied global warming.......and behold.


    Now he says he was wrong, and it is real, its caused by mans burning fossil fuels, and its speeding up.

    "I'm personally very worried," he says of global warming. Muller says that so far the warming has been "tiny," but that everything points to the process speeding up. "I personally suspect that it will be bad."

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  4. Anonymous11:10 AM

    Gee, since Voltron accepted this guy before when he was denying global warming, no doubt Voltron will accept his findings now that he's discovered the reality of it.

    Right?


    lol, wrong.

    Because voltron, like the rest of his Tin Foil Tea Party brigade isn't interested in the truth or facts.

    They're only interested in "their truth".

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  5. GLOBAL WORFING11:24 AM

    About-face: Former climate change skeptic now says global warming is man-made

    By Liz Goodwin, Yahoo! News | The Lookout – 4 hrs ago

    "He finally came around to what other climate scientists have been spouting for years.

    Richard A. Muller, a physics professor at the University of California-Berkeley, announced over the weekend that his much-publicized investigation into climate data has found that humans' production of carbon dioxide is causing the world to slowly warm up.

    And this process could speed up dramatically in the coming years."

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  6. Is Bandar Bush dead?????

    Who is Bandar Bush you ask, The Guy holding Dubya's hand, while Georgie whispers sweet nothings in his ear.

    Bandar Bush the Saudi Prince who was ambassador to the US from Saudi Arabia from 1994-2005 and most recently appointed to head the Saudi Intelligence agency, has been rumored to be assassinated.

    Saudi spy chief Prince Bandar assassinated, report says

    Saudi Arabian spy chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan bin Abdulaziz Al Saud has been assassinated, a report says.

    The Paris-based Voltaire Network confirmed the death of 63-year-old Prince Bandar on its website on Monday, citing unofficial sources.

    (voltairenet.org) said that Prince Bandar was killed because of his role in the July 18 deadly bombing in Damascus.

    The bombing killed at least four high-profile Syrian security officials, including Defense Minister Dawoud Rajiha and his deputy Assef Shawkat who was also President Bashar al-Assad's brother-in-law.

    However, there has been no confirmation or denial neither from Saudi officials nor from the Syrian government yet.



    Saudi silence on intelligence chief Bandar’s fate denotes panic

    Disquiet in Washington, Jerusalem and a row of Middle East capitals is gaining ground the longer the Saudi government stays silent on the reports of the assassination of the newly-appointed Saudi intelligence chief Prince Bandar bin Sultan, purportedly in a revenge operation by a Syrian intelligence death squad. If true, it would shoot a devastating tentacle out from the Syrian conflict to the broader region.

    It is widely feared that Saudi rulers are too traumatized to respond by the fear of Iranian penetration of the highest and most closely guarded circles of Saudi government, possibly climaxing in Bandar’s assassination.
    The unconfirmed reports of his death attribute its motive to revenge by Iran and Syria for the bomb explosion five days earlier in Damascus which killed four of Bashar Assad’s top managers of his war on the uprising against his regime.
    The prince, has not been seen in public since Saudi General Intelligence headquarters in Riyadh was hit by a bomb blast Monday, July 23 killing his deputy, Mashaal al-Qarni.


    Now the Aspen Times is reporting it,

    ASPEN — In the newspaper business, the first rule about covering someone's death is to make sure of one thing: The person is actually dead. If a reporter is 99.9 percent certain a person is dead, that's not good enough, at least not for this publication.

    With that ethical posturing out of the way, Prince Bandar bin Sultan — a man well known in Aspen circles because of his generosity to nonprofits, fat tips to ski instructors and other worker bees, and the palatial Starwood estate near Aspen that he recently sold for $49 million to hedge-funder John Paulson — is reported to have been assassinated.

    At least that's the buzz online with a few news sites. .....

    ..... But there hasn't been a peep about Bandar's death from Al Jazeera, arguably the most credible news outlet in the Middle East.

    Not a whimper from The New York Times or CNN, either, at least as this is being written.


    Interesting to say the least.

    He supposedly runs an covert operation killing 4 Syrian Generals, gets rewarded with the top slot in Saudi Intell, and then the Syrians/Iranians off him.

    One thing IS certain, if he isn't dead, the Saudis could put all the question to bed with one news conference attended by their Intell Chief, if they wanted to do so that is.

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  7. Correction;

    Bandar Bush the Saudi Prince who was ambassador to the US from Saudi Arabia from 1983-2005

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  8. Anonymous8:40 AM

    Pity the trolls Clif....just pity them.

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  9. TEA PARTY TED9:15 AM

    (Reuters) - The worst U.S. drought in 56 years intensified over the past week as above-normal temperatures and scant rainfall parched corn and soybean crops across the Midwest and central Plains, a report from climate experts said on Thursday.
    The drought became more severe in the southern United States as well, just a year removed from a record-breaking dry spell that ruined crops and wilted grazing pastures across Texas and Oklahoma enough to force an unprecedented northward migration of cattle.

    Nearly two-thirds of the contiguous United States was under some level of drought as of July 31, more than a fifth of it classified as extreme drought or worse, according to the Drought Monitor, a weekly report compiled by U.S. climate experts.


    Yea, why worry about global warming?

    What do we need those ole "crops" for anyway right?

    Good republican "REAL MEN" eat meat anyway, so we got steak, who needs all those sissy liberal lima beans and crap?

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  10. TEA PARTY TED9:18 AM

    Drought drives ranchers to sell cattle

    Mason County livestock auction biggest ever



    Jacqueline Ingles

    MASON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) - Central Texas cattle ranchers are selling off their cattle in record numbers due to drought, the inability to grow grass and skyrocketing feed costs.

    At Jordan Cattle Auction in Mason County , 3,000 cattle went up for bidding Monday morning. It is one of the biggest auctions ever.


    ..uh oh....

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  11. TEA PARTY TED9:18 AM

    ..so cows need grass and junk.....?

    Who'dve thunk it?

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  12. The senate held a hearing on Climate Change, and sur-prise sur-prise sur-prise,

    They had ACTUAL scientists testifying,

    Not just fake right wing paid propagandists spouting right wing lies;

    Christopher Field, a lead author of the IPCC report and director of global ecology at the Carnegie Institute for Science, said in testimony.

    “There is no doubt that climate has changed,” he went on. “There is also no doubt that a changing climate changes the risks of extremes, including extremes that can lead to disaster.”

    He later told the committee that those climate-related disasters would have profound effects on industry and agriculture.

    “The U.S. experienced 14 billion-dollar disasters in 2011, a record that surpasses the previous maximum of nine,” he said. “The 2011 disasters included a blizzard, tornadoes, floods, severe weather, a hurricane, a tropical storm, drought and heatwaves, and wildfires. In 2012, we have already experienced horrifying wildfires, a powerful windstorm that hit Washington D.C., heat waves in much of the country, and a massive drought.”

    He went on to make a point of warning Texans that the future of farming and ranching could be put in jeopardy because of climate change.

    The committee also heard from James McCarthy, a Harvard oceanographer and IPCC author, who warned that sea-level rise was occurring about three times faster than scientists believed even a decade ago.


    link

    Quote from dum-fuk senator from okie-lo-homa Imhoff,

    ‘The global warming movement has collapsed.’

    The dum-fuk thinks if the movement, IE people trying to actually do something about the disasters AGW is becoming is stopped everything will be like the other teatard my little pony fantasies returning the US to the racist (white only) America uber alles from 1950's is gonna happen,

    NOT

    The science and actual climate isn't a movement but the earth's biosphere reaction to the large amounts of sequestered carbon we have been dumping into the biosphere since the 1850's.

    Sen dum-fuk(r) okie doesn't seem to understand science at all.

    That or he is just playing stupid while raking in millions from the oil corps protecting their interests,

    and ONLY their interests,

    against the interests of his own grandchildren ..... and of course thge rest of us and our children and grandchildren.

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  13. The U.S. experienced 14 billion-dollar disasters in 2011,

    A record that surpasses the previous maximum of nine,


    And things ain't improving if the first 7 months of 2012 are any indicator.

    Where is dumytron to spread his lies and back up sen dum-fuk????

    Or mook-mook to post a stupid comment to try but FAIL to derail the thread.

    here mook mook, I'll help ya son;

    build a man a fire,

    and he is warm for a night;

    set the same man on-fire,

    and he is warm the rest of his life.


    yuk yuk

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  14. TEA {PARTY TED1:19 PM

    “The U.S. experienced 14 billion-dollar disasters in 2011, a record that surpasses the previous maximum of nine,” he said. “The 2011 disasters included a blizzard, tornadoes, floods, severe weather, a hurricane, a tropical storm, drought and heatwaves, and wildfires. In 2012, we have already experienced horrifying wildfires, a powerful windstorm that hit Washington D.C., heat waves in much of the country, and a massive drought.”


    Yea but just cuz them scyentists predicted all this it juz kaint bee global warmin....cuz.......Sarah Palin says it aiynt so and shes reel smart.

    ..n purty...

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  15. You worry too much Cliffy Poo.......relax and watch "Big Brother" live feeds like me.

    Britney is back......far more important than global warming!

    :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxk3BCTdaCE&feature=plcp


    I can assure you that fossil fuels wont be around for infinity to heat up the ant-farm. BTW, according to Tea party Ted's own reliable sources, mans contribution to global warming is only 1/3rd.

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  16. You worry too much Cliffy Poo.......relax and watch "Big Brother" live feeds like me.

    Britney is back......far more important than global warming!

    :D

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cxk3BCTdaCE&feature=plcp


    I can assure you that fossil fuels wont be around for infinity to heat up the ant-farm. BTW, according to Tea party Ted's own reliable sources, mans contribution to global warming is only 1/3rd.

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  17. Anonymous7:19 PM

    Acknowledging CURRENT damage and billions in losses isn't "worrying".

    Can't "worry" about something that's already happened.

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  18. Anonymous7:26 PM

    Little Nero said...

    according to Tea party Ted's own reliable sources, mans contribution to global warming is only 1/3rd


    hmmm,.....wrong again Nero.


    "Most climate scientists agree the main cause of the current global warming trend is human expansion of the "greenhouse effect""


    http://climate.nasa.gov/causes/

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  19. mook mook,

    as I expected,

    stunt your intelligence with drivel,

    ignore any real science,

    just like the teatards do.




    Why am I NOT sur-prised ..... ;P

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  20. Anonymous7:54 AM

    Wildfires blaze across drought-plagued Oklahoma

    By Steve Olafson | Reuters – 10 hrs ago


    OKLAHOMA CITY (Reuters) - Wildfires burned out of control on Friday in Oklahoma, destroying homes and shutting down highways in a state that has suffered 18 straight days of 100-plus degree temperatures and persistent drought.

    Emergency officials counted 11 different wildfires around the state, with at least 65 homes destroyed in parched areas north and south of Oklahoma City and south of Tulsa.
    Oklahoma joins several states that have been plagued by wildfires this summer, including Colorado, Arkansas and Nebraska. Fires are being fed by a widespread drought.

    Nearly two-thirds of the contiguous United States was under some level of drought as of July 31, according to the Drought Monitor, a weekly report compiled by U.S. climate experts.

    Interstate 44, historic Route 66 and state highways were closed, but no deaths were reported in the Oklahoma fires.

    Low humidity, strong southerly winds and drought conditions enabled the wildfires to spread quickly across treetops, said Michelann Ooten, deputy director of the state's Office of Emergency Management.

    "It's just a very difficult situation we're facing that's all weather related," Ooten said.

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  21. Anonymous8:00 AM

    The stupid little cackling twit is desperate to try to make it appear anyone accepting reality is just "worrying".

    A "worrier".

    That way the little douchebag thinks he can make it look like those who accept science and reality are just "worry warts"....make it seem as if its some sort of weakness.

    You know......same way the right wing likes to make intelligence seem "sissy".

    If they can just make it appear like a soft thing.....a weak thing....then they figure the lowbrow inbred single cell morons who gravitate towards their cult will find it easier to dismiss science and reality without ever examining the facts (or opening their eyes and looking around themselves at what's happening), because its just more "sissy librul worrying".

    But of course its just more of their lies and deception.

    Can't worry about that which is already taken place.

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  22. Anonymous8:06 AM

    Sane individual: "look at the devastation....all those homes, crops, livestock destroyed....billions of dollars in damage...."


    Douchebag Tea Party Twit:".....you're just a worrier..... giggle giggle.......".

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  23. Anonymous8:06 AM

    Like I said....it ain't "worry" if its already happened.

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  24. I can assure you that fossil fuels wont be around for infinity to heat up the ant-farm.

    However mook mook, the two centuries we will burn them is more then enough to destroy the Holocene era climate of the biosphere that all human civilization has evolved in.

    In fact geologists are discussing a new term for the huiman races impact on the planet;

    The Anthrocene

    But to your point, the amount of total fossil fuels isn't the issue, it is the needed amount to heat the ant farm too hot, and if we have already burned IE released that amount of carbon.

    From the anthrocene article;

    Climate

    One suspected geological symptom resulting from human activity is increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2) content.

    During the glacial–interglacial cycles of the past million years, natural processes have varied CO2 by approximately 100 ppm (from 180 ppm to 280 ppm).

    As of 2011, anthropogenic net emissions of CO2 have increased its atmospheric concentration by a comparable amount from 280 ppm (Holocene or pre-industrial "equilibrium") to approximately 390 ppm.

    This signal in the Earth's climate system is especially significant because it is occurring much faster,
    and to an enormously greater extent, than previous, similar changes.

    Most of this increase is due to the combustion of fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and gas, although smaller fractions are the result of cement production and land-use changes (e.g. deforestation).


    In other words we have already burned enough carbon based fossil fuels to overheat the ant-farm, it is just because of lags between the release of said carbon into the atmosphere and said carbons FULL effect showing up.

    The climate effects we are seeing NOW are from the effects of the carbon up to about the time Elvis Presley performed his last-ever concert, apple computer was incorporated and Jimmy Carter was President.

    The CO2 levels for June 1977 were around 336.11ppm

    Yes mook mook it takes about three decades for the full effects of the carbon we are currently releasing to be fully felt.

    This is due to diverse interactive feedbacks, like the oceans absorbibg a significant amount of CO2 and even heat from the atmosphere, among other feedback mechanisms.

    Since 1977 we have as a species released a hell of a lot more sequestered carbon.

    June 2012's number;

    395.77

    Last time CO2 was at this level .... 15 million years ago.

    "The last time carbon dioxide levels were apparently as high as they are today — and were sustained at those levels — global temperatures were 5 to 10 degrees Fahrenheit higher than they are today, the sea level was approximately 75 to 120 feet higher than today, there was no permanent sea ice cap in the Arctic and very little ice on Antarctica and Greenland,"

    The ant farm is gonna get a hell of a lot hotter .... hope your daughter likes it that hot cause she is gonna have to live in the heat and extreme(though it will be the new normal by then) weather conditions the heated biosphere dishes out.

    Now go back to rotting your mind with the drivel style of modern day bread and circuses the MSM dishes out daily for the dumbing down of the sheeple .... IE specifically you mook mook since you seem to fall for that so easily.

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  25. Anonymous7:24 PM

    New study ties global warming to recent year heat

    By SETH BORENSTEIN | Associated Press – 3 hrs ago

    WASHINGTON (AP) — An analysis by a top government scientist says the extreme heat and drought seen in the U.S., Europe and other regions in recent years must be global warming.

    Specifically the study by NASA scientist James Hansen blames climate change for last year's drought in Texas and Oklahoma, the 2010 heat wave in Russia and the 2003 European heat wave that led to tens of thousands of deaths.

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  26. "However mook mook, the two centuries we will burn them is more then enough to destroy the Holocene era climate of the biosphere that all human civilization has evolved in."


    Well, Cliffy Poo,if its already to late then what are you whining about........accept your fate!?

    And,if the situation is truly that critical as you (an alarmist) suggest then I'm sure governments from around the world would take immediate action.

    Even if we all rode our bikes to work - ceased farming - stopped eating meat - and shut down all the power plants global warming would still be a reality.......there are many contributing factors.......period!

    Therefore, please enlighten me Cliffy Poo how are we,the ever growing human/animal population supposed to thrive???

    I think when God created the Ant-Farm He should have been a little more realistic by including some kind of safeguard against global warming......one does not have to be a genius to understand that evolution and population increase has its negative effects.

    I would literally kick God's ass ,BIG TIME, for being soooooo stooooooooopid!

    Of course, we all know that God is far to big of a coward to come down and face JMM like a man......LOL!

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  27. Anonymous9:47 AM

    "Well, Cliffy Poo,if its already to late then what are you whining about........accept your fate!?"


    You know, sometimes I think he's just stupid Clif.

    Not just selfish, apathetic or pathetic.

    But stupid.

    Plain old stupid.

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  28. Anonymous10:53 AM

    How does he equate standing up and fighting against global warming, as being afraid?

    How does he twist concern for our CHILDREN, and GRANDCHILDREN,.....with concern for ones own life?


    Stupidity?

    Apathy?

    Or is it just more of his right wing lies?

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  29. Anonymous10:56 AM

    And as for kicking God's ass?

    He doesn't even have the balls to stand up and fight against global warming.

    He's the sort that cowers in a fight, and runs away.

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  30. Anonymous11:42 AM

    Alcohol does that to a person. Makes them aggressive for a few hours under its influence, then lazy and apathetic the rest of the time.

    Its part of the disease.

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  31. Anonymous11:44 AM

    I guess the difference one could acknowledge between conservatives and everyone else, is everyone else cares about their kids and grandkids.

    Conservatives do not.

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  32. Yo mook mook;

    I'm 55, if I live for the next 35 years I'll be 90.

    The FATE I was talking about is YOUR daughters,

    I guess you do not actually care about that since you seem to ignore that aspect and try in a very unintelligent way to poo poo the actual facts and science of the situation.


    PS most industrial governments are already beholden to very powerful financial and corporate powers, so they ain't gonna do squat for short term political reasons, like they always do.

    Put their and their corporate short term interests ahead of everyone else's (and the planets) long term interests.

    That is actually the meme of the corporate owned MSM and of course the actual ideology of the GOPers and teatards, and interestingly enough most of the underlying philosophical push of your posts for the majority of the time.

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  33. Anonymous12:59 PM

    Okla. fires: dozens of homes burn, evacuations

    By TIM TALLEY | Associated Press – 9 hrs ago


    LUTHER, Okla. (AP) — Several wildfires raging around the parched Oklahoma landscape prompted more evacuations on Sunday as emergency workers sought to shelter those forced out by flames that destroyed dozens of homes and threatened others in the drought-stricken region.

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  34. Anonymous1:00 PM

    The fire burned just over 4 square miles, including an area near the Turner Turnpike, which carries Interstate 44 between Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The superhighway was briefly closed Friday.

    In Creek County, county Commissioner Newt Stephens asked residents to be patient and to stay away from the flames in the northern part of the county.
    On Saturday, those able to return their homes found charred timbers poking from the debris and the burned out shells of refrigerators, washers and dryers.

    "It makes me feel sad," said Victoria Landavazo, clutching a young child in her arms.

    "It's all gone.

    All of our family pictures, everything.

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  35. please enlighten me Cliffy Poo how are we,the ever growing human/animal population supposed to thrive???

    It cannot for several reasons, with the world population over 7 billion humans, and ever rising.

    1. Before vast industrial farming techniques rose using diesel fuel to power very large industrial agriculture machines and large amounts of NPK fertilizer based on natural gas and mined phosphates and potash, the world was having trouble feeding the 2.5 billions living on the planet before WW2.

    2. The peaking of CRUDE OIL which hasn't increased sine 2005 combined with the more difficult sources for Phosphates and Potash, the ability for further growth to feed an additional 3 billion (10 billion total) humans which are projected to exist in the next 50 years is in doubt.


    3, Add in the very unstable agriculture situation Climate Changer will force the earth's farmers to face, and the ability to feed the numbers of people on the planet is very seriously in doubt.

    4. As to the rest of the species on the planet, well most biologists who study the situation accept the fact humans are a primary cause of the sixth great extinction event on the planet.

    Human beings are currently causing the greatest mass extinction of species since the extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. If present trends
    continue one half of all species of life on earth will be extinct in less than 100 years, as a result of habitat destruction, pollution, invasive species, and climate change.


    Link

    Not as nice as the mind rot you suggest to watch to IGNORE the inconvenient truths the facts of that over how over population and climate change stresses planet, and where we will end up as a result of that.

    However the facts never fit in a hour of MSM generated TV spread mind rot.

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  36. Anonymous1:04 PM

    Well fortunately for Mrs Landavazo and the rest of the victims, ...they have idiots like Johnny to tell them how they don't need to "worry".

    They should just not "worry"..., because none of its real, and "we kaint do nuttin bout it"....so don't "worry".

    Its ok, just Johnny doesn't care about you "ants".

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  37. GREAT QUOTE from Bill McKibben:

    AMY GOODMAN: Your assessment of Dr. Muller’s conversion, as he describes it, now saying that global warming is human-caused?

    BILL MCKIBBEN: Scientifically, it’s not very interesting because, you know, most scientists figured it out 20 years ago. All he has done is confirm their work. Politically, it is interesting because we’re reaching the point where even the kind of industry-funded deniers can’t with a straight face, say that it’s not warming. In fact, Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, two weeks ago, probably more importantly, said, Yes, forget all the things that my predecessors have said about how global warming was a hoax. Global warming is real, and we’re causing it.


    LINK

    Even the CEO of EXXOM-Mobil admits the truth after decades of lying about it.

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  38. Anonymous1:09 PM

    Apathy for the suffering of our fellow human beings is a key consistent common denominator of low intelligence and mental illness.

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  39. Anonymous1:12 PM

    Apathy in Schizophrenia: Reduced Frontal Lobe Volume and Neuropsychological Deficits


    Robert M. Roth, Ph.D.; Laura A. Flashman, Ph.D.; Andrew J. Saykin, Psy.D.; Thomas W. McAllister, M.D.; Robert Vidaver, M.D.

    Apathy is a common negative symptom in schizophrenia that has been associated with poor compliance or poor ability to benefit from treatment (7, 8).

    The neurobiological underpinnings of apathy in schizophrenia have not been systematically investigated, although frontal lobe abnormalities have been shown in both structural and functional imaging studies of deficit syndrome schizophrenia (9, 10). In the present study, we compared schizophrenia patients with low versus high levels of apathy and healthy subjects on neuropsychological tests sensitive to executive and right hemisphere dysfunction; lobar volumes from structural magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans were also compared. It was predicted that schizophrenia patients with high apathy levels would perform more poorly on measures of executive function and right hemisphere functioning and would have reduced frontal lobe volume.

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  40. Anonymous1:16 PM

    "In this study, schizophrenia patients with high levels of apathy had poorer visuomotor sequencing and verbal learning and memory, lower performance IQ, and bilateral frontal lobe volume reductions."

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  41. Anonymous1:19 PM

    Johnny thinks his apathy is cool....thinks it makes him cool.

    But the medical community knows he's just mentally ill.

    Schizophrenia.

    Serious mental illness made worse by alcoholism.

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  42. Anonymous2:35 PM

    In roughly 8 hours, (about 1:30 EST), NASA will land another spacecraft, the "Curiosity" on the Planet Mars, roughly 100 million miles from earth depending on where we are in our respective orbits.

    NASA still lets the world know the US is still the leader in space, and they're doing fantastic things that make us look good in the worlds eyes.

    Of course not for Johnny or his imperial leader, doltron.

    They don't "believe" in NASA, so it must not be real.

    They won't be watching, no siree.

    Cuz its just more of that dang "librul conspiracy".

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  43. Anonymous6:27 PM

    clif said...

    GREAT QUOTE from Bill McKibben:

    AMY GOODMAN: Your assessment of Dr. Muller’s conversion, as he describes it, now saying that global warming is human-caused?


    BILL MCKIBBEN: Scientifically, it’s not very interesting because, you know, most scientists figured it out 20 years ago. All he has done is confirm their work. Politically, it is interesting because we’re reaching the point where even the kind of industry-funded deniers can’t with a straight face, say that it’s not warming. In fact, Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, two weeks ago, probably more importantly, said, Yes, forget all the things that my predecessors have said about how global warming was a hoax. Global warming is real, and we’re causing it.




    Trying to further science in the United States in spite of the conservative party is like walking your kid brother to school.


    : |

    You're always having to slow down to wait for him to catch up.

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  44. CURIOUS WORFEUS8:03 PM

    Tonight's landing by NASA on the planet Mars is especially exciting because this is not your typical "air-bag deployment" landing where the craft hits the surface with air bags deployed and rolls to a stop.

    This time the craft will enter "Buck-Rogers" style and actually come into the Martian atmosphere and slow to the right speed and then a rocket platform crane will deploy, which will also slow to the right speed then effectively hover (using rockets) and lower the Curiosity rover via a cable system.

    How cool is that?

    And this isn't a small rover.

    The Curiosity rover is the size of an automobile. ...an automobile that's driver will sit on another planet.

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  45. CURIOUS WORFEUS8:03 PM

    ..beat that with a stick.

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  46. CURIOUS WORFEUS8:15 PM

    The crane will lower this automobile sized rover onto the Martian surface in a large crater thought to have once contained water. Then the jet powered sky platform will blast its rockets sending it off to crash safely away from the Curiosity.

    Then the Curiosity will explore this massive crater searching for possible signs of life having once existed on the planet.

    Don't care who you are, ya gotta admit that's pretty frickin cool...

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  47. CURIOUS WORFEUS8:16 PM

    ..unless you're like Johnny or doltron and don't believe in NASA.

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  48. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER8:19 PM

    ...t minus 2 hours, 11 minutes and 30 seconds...

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  49. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER9:19 PM

    t minus 72 minutes and counting...

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  50. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER9:52 PM

    Of course we might not even know if it landed right away. They have one chance to get a signal to bounce off Odyssey (one of the 2 spacecraft NASA has orbiting the planet Mars) before Odyssey passes out of range. Then it will be 3 days before they can sync up again so hopefully they get it to sync up with Odyssey on the first pass.

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  51. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER9:53 PM

    t minus 37 minutes and counting...

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  52. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:16 PM

    Cruise stage ejected. Heart beat signals are go. t minus 15 minutes and counting.

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  53. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:19 PM

    Right now the gravity of Mars is pulling the vehicle in, and its traveling about 5 miles a second.

    Its just entering the Martian atmosphere.

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  54. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:21 PM

    Actually make that 5 kilometers a second.

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  55. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:27 PM

    The spacecraft has just entered the Martian atmosphere and is experiencing up to 11g

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  56. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:28 PM

    The Spacecraft has just hooked up with the UHF relay off Odyssey and its right on target for landing.

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  57. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:29 PM

    Parachute deploy.

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  58. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:30 PM

    We are DECELERATING!

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  59. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:31 PM

    Altitude 4 kilometers and still slowing down

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  60. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:33 PM

    SKY CRANE DEPLOYED!


    TOUCHDOWN!

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  61. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:33 PM

    CURIOSITY HAS LANDED ON THE PLANET MARS!

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  62. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER10:39 PM

    We're actually getting our first images from the vehicle. Its just a thumbnail from a rear camera but holy cow.

    They're still a bunch of steely eyed missle men...

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  63. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER11:01 PM

    Its one thing to bounce a giant volley ball across the surface and if it survives have a rover crawl out when you're talking about first traveling 300 million miles to do it.

    But to have it break into stages on decent, switch antennas (they used a slanted antenna during entry) and maintain communication doing all this, then have a stage eject that is a jet powered platform that contains a "skycrane" and a rover the size of an automobile, ....then have this skycrane slow to a hover above the surface of the planet, then lower via a cable this automobile and gently deposit it on the surface, then fire its rockets and fly away so it doesn't damage the vehicle on the ground, .....


    come on......I mean, HOLY SHIT.

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  64. WORFEUS SPACE FLIGHT CENTER12:04 AM

    ...or in other words.....

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  65. Anonymous9:37 AM

    I didn't bother to mention the shooting yesterday until we had more information. Turns out the shooter was, you guessed it, another right wing racist type, who walked into a church and gunned down half a dozen innocent churchgoers.

    He played in a "skinhead" band. Now he's dead and so are a bunch of innocent people.

    The Tea Party.

    Bringing their hate to a town near you.

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  66. GLOBAL WORFING10:42 AM

    Thousands of fish die as Midwest streams heat up

    By GRANT SCHULTE | Associated Press – 4 hrs ago


    LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Thousands of fish are dying in the Midwest as the hot, dry summer dries up rivers and causes water temperatures to climb in some spots to nearly 100 degrees.

    About 40,000 shovelnose sturgeon were killed in Iowa last week as water temperatures reached 97 degrees. Nebraska fishery officials said they've seen thousands of dead sturgeon, catfish, carp, and other species in the Lower Platte River, including the endangered pallid sturgeon.

    And biologists in Illinois said the hot weather has killed tens of thousands of large- and smallmouth bass and channel catfish and is threatening the population of the greater redhorse fish, a state-endangered species.

    So many fish died in one Illinois lake that the carcasses clogged an intake screen near a power plant, lowering water levels to the point that the station had to shut down
    one of its generators.

    "It's something I've never seen in my career,
    and I've been here for more than 17 years," said Mark Flammang, a fisheries biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources. "I think what we're mainly dealing with here are the extremely low flows and this unparalleled heat."

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  67. GLOBAL WORFING10:44 AM

    Fortunately we have rocket scientists like Voltron and Johnny Retar...er I mean Moo Moo.....to tell us all to "not worry".


    : |


    Otherwise we'd be in real trouble here.

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  68. WORRY WORF10:44 AM

    And they're right.

    Can't "worry" about something that's already happened.

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  69. Cliff said

    "PS most industrial governments are already beholden to very powerful financial and corporate powers, so they ain't gonna do squat for short term political reasons, like they always do."


    Precisely!!! And, do you really believe that such powerful people are going to give a rats ass what JMM thinks about global warming.

    You can take up the good fight with your buddy Phoney Worf.....Im going to consume blue pills, enjoy chicks,Moosehead,and good times.......LOL!

    I have no intention of turning into neurotic jelly over the worlds many woes......did it before and it got me nowhere.......damn near killed me!!

    If there is one thing in life I have truly learned - I cant change the world and everyone in it............IMPOSSIBLE......period!!

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  70. Phoney Worf said

    “Johnny thinks his apathy is cool....thinks it makes him cool.”



    Well, Phoney Worf, thousands of children die each week of starvation.....that is fact!! Why don’t you and Lydia sell your homes, at a loss, to save perhaps a few hundred of them????

    I mean, are their young possibly fruitful lives not worth selling your houses for.......even at a loss???????????????????

    OR are you just plain ol apathetic??????? Selfish, psychopaths, more concerned with your own luxuries and decent quality of living? Saving the lives of innocent children who die horrible deaths takes a back seat when it comes to your lovely mini-theatre and fancy resort vacations.....but hey, at least you get to pat Dinky on the head in the morning and consume a box of Raisin Bran taken from your fancy oak cupboards.

    Phoney Worf “Talks the talk” but he definitely don’t “Walk the walk”......he is simply a finger pointer psychopath who could care less about human life and the deaths of innocent youngsters.

    : |

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  71. I could be wrong though.

    Phoney Worf is a "worrier" and he just might sell all his most treasured belongings so as to keep children from dying???

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  72. Ripping Worfs cheap turban is one of my most favorite pastimes.....LOL!

    Of course we all know that he would have to wake up pretty darn early in the morning to defeat JMM......that is fact........LOL!

    :D

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  73. Vagaries of perception people.........vagaries of perception!

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  74. Amazing........Worf previously indicates that 1/3rd of all global warming is man-made.......THEN POOF......just like magic,his view suddenly changes over night???

    Apparently,ALL global warming is due to mankinds incompetence.........................WTF??????

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  75. Hmmmmmmmmm......I dont know what to have for dinner?

    "Lean Cuisine" or pork chops?

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  76. Anonymous5:40 PM

    Every time Moo Moo is confronted with his apathy over refusing to confront the issue of global warming, or at least accept it and stop actively fighting against it by furthering the denial nonsense, .....he pulls out his inane, absurd and downright lame excuse for a rebuttal in which he demands everyone who dares address global warming, ....something we can all pitch in and do something about together.....that that person must also sell their homes, all that they own and give it to the poor.

    ...what they're supposed to do after that is unclear...lol.....go sit on a rock somewhere and starve to death I imagine.

    This is the sort of kindergarten angry response we get from the lowest intelligence deniers...the infantile ones.

    They have no answers, no responses and no valid excuses for their willingness to work against the advancement of science and technology, ....so they instead demand the ridiculous out of anyone daring to simply address their denial of global warming.

    Yes...I think we should all work together against global warming and not work against it.....so......


    ...that means I have to sell all my possessions and go sit on a rock waiting to die.

    Because to a republican, low brow anti science inbred dimwit.....THAT is what anyone who accepts the already confirmed science of climate change....must do.

    It boggles the mind.

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  77. Anonymous5:43 PM

    As does his insistence on calling NASA facts, and other estimates from the NOAA and other organizations "WORFS".

    See he can't bring himself to acknowledge that these large scientific institutions are making these predictions and estimates, not me.

    For him, in order to maintain his fuzzy little tin foil hat world......he has to convince himself and anyone who will listen, that DIRECT QUOTES and FIGURES from the NOAA and NASA, .....are actually mine.


    : |


    Because to do otherwise, would be to burst the fragile little pissbubble.....in which this twit lives.

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  78. Mook Mook

    YOU LIE

    If you were apathetic about climate change ETC, you wouldn't post ANYTHING about it.

    YOU LIE

    because of your numerous dishonest posts trying to both derail any HONEST discussion, or confuse the actual facts with right wing sponsored denial talking points.

    Since you have posted so many dishonest right wing denier talking points;

    Your ridiculous claims of apathy is simply another LIE from the cretin who claims to be so much but in fact is so little.

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  79. Anonymous6:08 PM

    After reading this I am going to Chick Fill-A and have a nice lunch..........

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  80. Anonymous6:35 PM

    good.

    enjoy your coronary bypass.

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  81. A little blowback from outsourcing;

    Insight: Deadly India car factory riot sounds alarm bells for industry

    looks like things ain't exactly working the way the wall street crook dreamed they would.

    PS: the Chinese are having their own problems with trying to force foreign countries to accept their imperial dreams also;

    Zambian mine death puts China relations in spotlight

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  82. I see sheldon adelson is PRO-TRAITOR to the USA;

    Romney’s New BFF

    Sources say the casino tycoon is pressing Romney to call for Jonathan Pollard’s release. But so far, Romney has rebuffed him. Eli Lake and Dan Ephron report.

    Casino tycoon Sheldon Adelson, a major contributor to Mitt Romney’s election effort, is pressing the Republican nominee to come out for the release of Israeli spy Jonathan Pollard, a major Republican donor and associates of Adelson and Romney tell The Daily Beast.


    Remember Pollard is the treacherous spy who stole top secret documents and gave them to a foreign government who continuously spies on the USA.

    You could not make this kind of idiocy up, and have people believe you. But the teatards and their uber rich moneybags puppet-masters do it daily.

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  83. Anonymous8:19 PM

    You're right Clif, and I'm wrong to call Moo Moo apathetic about global warming.

    He's not apathetic when it comes to global warming. That's just his act so he can play off voltron's hard right denial and pretend to just be a disinterested "observer" who "feels" the right wing arguments are stronger than the science.


    His apathy has to do with human suffering and loss of life.

    He's able to make jokes about it when children die, when people lose their homes and property. He's able to find it amusing as he chuckles off the loss of "a few ants on the ant farm".

    His apathy is human indifference, a sure sign of the schizophrenic.

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  84. Anonymous8:21 PM

    ...and a key physiological marker of brain damage and the precursor of early onset dementia.

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  85. Damn. My name is drug through the mud so many times and I haven't even been here...

    First off, maybe you're right. Maybe the planet IS warming. It's happened in the past and if it isn't now it surely will in the future.

    But carbon dioxide is something like .3 percent of all greenhouse gasses and mans contribution to that is much much less.

    Water vapor is 95 percent of greenhouse gasses. What do you want to do, install giant dehumidifiers?

    Secondly, we could ALL, everyone on the planet sell our homes and go starve on a rock and it wouldn't change a damn thing. And it's human arrogance to think it would.

    Third, man has ALWAYS prospered during warm eras. Cold eras have ALWAYS brought disease and starvation.

    Forth, I don't dismiss NASA. They have a bunch of very fine scientists. Hansen isn't one of them. And I do respect legitimate science, but not psuedoscience for the sake of social engineering.

    Besides now that Obummer is presimadent NASA's major objective is now muslim outreach, so...

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  86. Anonymous9:37 PM

    Here that scientists?

    You can all go home now, because a genius with a racist picture of Obama for an avatar said on the internet tonight that you're all wrong.


    so.......

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  87. Anonymous9:42 PM

    Most climate scientists agree the main cause of the current global warming trend is human expansion of the "greenhouse effect"1 -- warming that results when the atmosphere traps heat radiating from Earth toward space.

    Certain gases in the atmosphere block heat from escaping. Long-lived gases, remaining semi-permanently in the atmosphere, which do not respond physically or chemically to changes in temperature are described as "forcing" climate change whereas gases, such as water, which respond physically or chemically to changes in temperature are seen as "feedbacks."


    climate.NASA.gov

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  88. Anonymous9:43 PM

    Gee, so lets see, do we listen to the clown with the tin foil hat on the internet who declares himself smarter than NASA, ....capable of making hand picked personnel choices for them.....?......or.........

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  89. Anonymous9:43 PM

    ....do we listen to the guys who landed a 1 ton truck on another world last night using a jet powered hovering platform and a skycrane?

    : \


    ....gee.....tough one....

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  90. Well, ...since the tin foil hat wearing twit is too stupid to know what a feedback is when factoring in water vapor....(or slyly omitting that fact to sell his tin foil hat wearing tea party tripe) ......we're gonna have to go with the guys who landed the truck on mars option.


    But don't feel bad.


    I hear Reynolds Wrap is having a sale this weekend.

    "Buy one hat, ...get one free".

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  91. Secondly, we could ALL, everyone on the planet sell our homes and go starve on a rock and it wouldn't change a damn thing. And it's human arrogance to think it would.



    ...actually, ...its human ignorance.....or in voltron's case, ...."sub-human" ignorance, ...since no one has ever even remotely suggested such an absurd strategy.

    Just another pathetic attempt by a desperate right wing throwback, ....to try to sell his anti science trailer park homeschool lesson.

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  92. carbon dioxide is something like .3 percent of all greenhouse gasses ...

    Water vapor is 95 percent of greenhouse gasses


    actually dummytron.

    CO2 is .039% of the atmosphere, so your off by 25%

    Second, water vapor changes very rapidly in the atmosphere, BY Precipitating out.

    You know rain and snow, CO2 doesn't.

    water vapor content is temperature dependant it is actually known as a scientific entity,

    relative humidity

    It changes with temp and when the humidity reaches 100% for a certain temp water precipitates out of the atmosphere,

    CO2 has no such short term mechanism to be removed from the atmosphere,

    The amount of water vapor hasn't changed very much but the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere is 35% above normal, and it ain't raining out at all.

    It cannot rain out like water does.

    That extra 35% above normal is human contributions from burning hundreds of millions of years of sequestered Carbon in the form of fossil fuels.

    The present level is higher than at any time during the last 800 thousand years, and likely higher than in the past 20 million years.

    CO2 lasts centuries.


    Third, man has ALWAYS prospered during warm eras.

    Totally WRONG, the warming of North Africa during the last 3-4000 years has decimated the major civilizations that preceded Rome.

    Ancient Egypt and Carthage flourished in a much cooler climate then the inhabitants of the Mediterranean areas of Africa have now.

    Cold eras have ALWAYS brought disease and starvation.

    wrong see above.

    Hint dummytron, there is a reason warm and moderate climates incubate diseases like ebola, malaria, hunta virus and all the flu viruses, not alaska or siberia.

    Damn are your talking points weak this time. But you do not care as long as you thunk your confusing real facts with your factiods that have very little real relevance to the discussion, like you always do.

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  93. Forth, I don't dismiss NASA.

    Funny it sounds like you dismiss everything that doesn't align with your reactionary extreme right wing views

    They have a bunch of very fine scientists.

    Who agree with Hanson ............


    Hansen isn't one of them.

    NASA would beg to disagree with your very unintelligent comment dummytron.

    Otherwise why would they make him head of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies??

    You know the one that studies the climate of all the planets including the only one we have to live on?

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  94. Besides now that Obummer is presimadent NASA's major objective is now muslim outreach,

    YOU LIE

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  95. But its the only way this desert dirtbag has to sell his anti-science tea party stupidity.


    The best and brightest scientific minds of our generation says "lets get off the teat of big oil, and use clean renewable sources of energy".


    But to ole "one-nut" here that equates to " everyone on the planet sell our homes and go starve on a rock".

    Doesn't matter to this scumbag that he just made that up.

    Doesn't matter its a complete lie he just invented, no sir.

    All that matters, is he sells his right wing anti science tea party trash.

    Because that's all he's got.

    And that's all he is.

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  96. Clif said...

    Second, water vapor changes very rapidly in the atmosphere, BY Precipitating out.



    I was going to explain that to him but figured he wouldn't understand anything so complicated as rain.

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  97. NASA's major objective is now muslim outreach


    This is just more of that same sort of racist hate speech that piece of shit they put down in Wisconsin yesterday used to blog and sing about.

    Clearly cut from the same cloth.

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  98. Moo Moo's clearly schizo, and Voltron's clearly deranged.

    His casual calls for mass murder of Muslims and his consistent racist hate speech put him in the class of the unstable and unbalanced psychopaths plaguing this nation today.

    And knowing he's heavily armed as he's made clear in here on several occasion's makes him all the more potentially dangerous to the general population.

    Hopefully the authorities won't have to wait in the future for such individuals to act out on their hatred, prior to putting them down.

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  99. Clearly cut from the same cloth.

    Voltron did call for the genocide of all Muslims, if they refused to be brainwashed as he demanded.

    Doesn't sound much different then the shooter demanded of those he hated for no other reason then race or religion.

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  100. And that's not all Clif. That was just one of his more brazen examples.

    He's routinely made racist remarks, particularly about Muslims and ridding the world of them.

    The exact same sentiments preached by that piece of shit they put down in Wisconsin yesterday, and the same sort of anti Muslim rhetoric that the Norway shooter wrote about.

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  101. The picture he uses of President Obama is just another extension of that racial hatred he promulgates in here, albeit with a chuckle and a wink.

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  102. Racial hatred is simply an outward expression of low self esteem and self hatred ..... volty has been showing us his very low self esteem and self loathing for years now.

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  103. They think they're clever. "Cute"

    Cool cats...playing it cool, sooo much smarter and "tuffer" than us weak namsy pansy tree huggers and "peaceniks".

    As they like to paint anyone who simply accepts science, supports his country and the betterment thereof, and who rejects racism and bigotry as well as the promulgation of ignorance.

    But they're not "cool".

    Just cold.

    Ice cold, with something "missing" in them. ....something that makes us human and separates us from the animal kingdom.

    That "something" ...whatever it is, ...they lack.

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  104. When I hear this right wing troll, who's stalked this blog for years and years, ...who routinely makes anti Muslim statements and insults them as a people, ...displays obvious racism and far right wing fanatical ideology, ...who also has pointed out a few times that he's well armed....and who also has said we should slaughter the Muslim population that won't convert to Christianity, ....and then see things like this similar character yesterday gunning down 7 innocent people.....I wonder.

    Are we being naive?

    Can someone be this unstable and make such racist statements for years and not eventually "snap"?

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  105. These people are not good people.

    Racists have always been the pariah of humanity. The lowest form of life and a scourge to any population they infest.

    When I hear Voltron calling for the mass murder of Muslims on a grand scale, ...chuckling about it, then see that piece of human fecal matter that they shot yesterday singing and joking about the same things, .. I am given pause.

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  106. Well well well;

    The Arctic has a hurricane strength low pressure system tearing at the ice. It looks like it might even pass very close to the north pole,

    I hope Santa battens down the hatches(sarc off).

    Arctic storm part 1: in progress

    We could set a new all time low (for the modern Human era), which BTW is actually a bad thing.

    If you want to know why, read this;

    Arctic melting - no problem???

    Warning mook mook and volty, real science, not the ideological driven drivel you two relish in.

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  107. Voltron said...

    Forth, I don't dismiss NASA. They have a bunch of very fine scientists. Hansen isn't one of them. And I do respect legitimate science, but not psuedoscience for the sake of social engineering.



    Well first, ....its spelled "fourth", not "forth".

    And second, as usual the anti science shill for big oil wants people to think that Dr. Hansen is the ONLY one at NASA who endorses global warming.

    Never mind Dr Hansen himself is full qualified as a climatologist and studies the phenomenon and never mind his work is highly respected among his peers.

    The fact is NASA as an organization supports it, across the board, because its proven science.

    In fact, the global warming page I took those NASA quotes from says THIS, ....at the bottom.

    Behold:

    Global Climate Change is produced by the Earth Science Communications Team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory/California Institute of Technology


    JPL.

    The same guys who just landed a 1 ton truck via a jet propelled hovering sky crane on the planet Mars last night.

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  108. I think when NASA needs an illiterate Tea Party blog troll who can't spell the word "Fourth" correctly without help to tell them which of their scientists he approves of and which ones he doesn't....they'll let you know.

    In the meantime I'm pretty sure Doctor Hansen, along with the rest of the eminent scientists at NASA and NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory are doing pretty good without you.

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  109. Gunman exhorted other white supremacists to act

    By SCOTT BAUER and TODD RICHMOND | Associated Press – 3 hrs ago


    Mark Potok, a senior fellow at the Southern Poverty Law Center, a nonprofit civil rights organization in Montgomery, Ala., described Page as a "frustrated neo-Nazi" whose bands' sinister-sounding names seemed to "reflect what he went out and actually did."

    Their lyrics talked about genocide against Jews and other minorities.



    Gee, his lyrics talked about "genocide against Jews and other minorities".

    Same thing Voltron talks about in here, endorsing genocide against Muslims.

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  110. Anonymous12:07 PM

    But then we have a first amendment to the constitution. Free speech.

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  111. Typical Voltron.

    Rants on in here about mass genocide of the Muslim population that won't convert to Christianity, then when someone acknowledges his hate speech and points it out, he starts crying about "free speech".

    Free speech works both ways a$$hole.


    You've got the right to say what you want.

    And we've got the free speech right to point it out.

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  112. Sikh temple shooting: Gunman was on feds’ radar, told Army friend ‘racial holy war was coming’

    By Dylan Stableford, Yahoo! News | The Lookout – 4 hrs ago

    Christopher Robillard, who served with Page for three years in the U.S. Army, said he thought it was just talk when Page expressed his extremist views.

    "He would often mention the racial holy war that was coming,"
    Robillard told CNN's Piers Morgan on Monday. "And you know, we just looked at it as he was trying to get attention to himself"

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  113. hmmm....Voltron writes about the exact same sort of stuff in here and on his own "blog".


    And we've always just looked at it as if he was just trying to get attention to himself.

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  114. In fact, Johnny Moo Moo's often using anti Muslim speech in his writings.

    He often talks about "ripping turbans", indicating he associates anything bad with people who wear them.

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  115. And things like this;

    Johnnymoomoo said...


    All Muslims should go back to where they came from
    .......its obvious they cant be assimilated!

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  116. Anonymous3:08 PM

    I just defended free speech and who is voltron? Never heard of him or her.

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  117. I just defended free speech

    so did worf dippy shi-ite.

    You are just too dumb to understand what he wrote so you repeat you meaningless post

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  118. I just defended free speech and who is voltron? Never heard of him or her.

    lol, sure Voltron...sure.

    You're just a disinterested innocent bystander who just happened to wander in out of nowhere and felt the sudden urge to say the same thing Voltron always says every time someone addresses his racism and hate speech.

    Sure Volty, .....sure.

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  119. He's something, ain't he Clif?

    Sometimes I actually think that he actually thinks that we're as stupid as he is.

    It boggles the mind.

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  120. Phoney Worf said:

    “Racists have always been the pariah of humanity. The lowest form of life and a scourge to any population they infest.”


    Projection is interesting is it not………LOL!

    Worfs repetitive description of human beings who live inside trailer parks is both pitiful yet very real. Some of the words he routinely uses to describe these less unfortunate individuals include:

    Trash
    Scum
    Worthless
    Inbred
    Stupid
    etc....

    Now, I ask you folks........seriously......are these the words of a compassionate individual who claims to RESPECT human life enormously????????????

    Or, are these the words of an apathetic, plastic, and very CONFUSED racist individual who in effect wrongly classifies an entire segment of society as sub-humans for his own amusement?

    You decide.

    :D

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  121. Phoney Worf said:

    “that that person must also sell their homes, all that they own and give it to the poor.
    ...what they're supposed to do after that is unclear...lol.....go sit on a rock somewhere and starve to death I imagine.”


    Yes, that’s exactly what I mean.......sell your home to save children. Am I insane to suggest this? Are they not worth it?

    I’m not suggesting that you have to starve or live in a cardboard box but could you not rent a cheap little apartment somewhere and eat/live less expensively?? Think of the starving children you could save.

    And, please do not try to minimize their all too real sufferings by speculating that my awareness is “kindergarten talk.”

    Children are dying Phoney Worf and you do have the power to save some of their young lives? Please try to back up some of your extreme humanitarian claims with a little action?????????????????

    Licking your fingers clean of “Cheeto” dust all day and typing at a keyboard simply doesn’t cut it!?

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  122. It’s no secret that JMM has difficulty with faith…………I firmly believe that as a species humans are truly incapable of getting along...............there will always be war……period!!!

    Sadly, I reluctantly admit that Phoney Worf did manage the almost impossible by previously triggering a very teeny tiny micro amount of hope in JMM when he indicated that mankind could evolve in a non-violent reasonable species.

    Soon thereafter, however........

    ........BANG...

    .........just like that........ Bi-Polar Phoney Worf wants to use violence towards me due to a comment I made.

    No, civil discussion or reasoning.......just plain hatred & violence!!

    Imagine a world where everyone used violence due to their own perception of what they feel is an offensive comment........mankind would simply cease to exist!

    Nevertheless, Phoney Worf is faker than religion itself......LOL!

    :D

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  123. Of course, I am "The One."

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  124. Contrary to popular belief its not easy being #1........everyone's jealous of you!

    : |

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  125. Yes, racists are Trash Scum Worthless
    Inbred Stupid etc....


    So what's your point?

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  126. Other than the one on the top of your head.

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  127. Racist Trash said....

    Now, I ask you folks........seriously......are these the words of a compassionate individual who claims to RESPECT human life enormously???????????


    As usual JohnnyTroll proceeds from his own fabricated positions.

    I have zero compassion for racist trash.


    Clear it up any, big mouth?

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  128. I’m not suggesting that you have to starve or live in a cardboard box but could you not rent a cheap little apartment somewhere and eat/live less expensively?? Think of the starving children you could save


    Like I told you before big mouth, you want to buy my place? You're welcome to it.

    Its worth about $100,000.00 less than I paid for it but if you want to pay $100,000.00 over the current value and pay off my mortgage, by all means do.

    Show me the money.

    As for selling it, unfortunately other than you, there doesn't seem to be too many people out there dumb enough to pay 100k over the current appraisal.

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  129. As for living more cheaply? I do live cheaply. I don't eat expensively I eat inexpensively.

    I spend very little money on myself and merely pay bills like most working stiffs out here in the real world.

    As for giving to the poor, in what world does in low life piece of shit like yourself presume to know what I spend on charity or what charities I currently work with?

    Just because I don't blow my horn every time I make a donation or help someone out like you republicans do, doesn't mean I don't do it.

    So again, another lame argument from a piece of shit currently out denying global warming and unable to face his own apathy towards his own children and their children.

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  130. Soon thereafter, however........

    ........BANG...

    .........just like that........ Bi-Polar Phoney Worf wants to use violence towards me due to a comment I made.

    No, civil discussion or reasoning.......just plain hatred & violence!!

    Imagine a world where everyone used violence due to their own perception of what they feel is an offensive comment....



    What this festering pissball left out, was;

    A. I didn't threaten violence. I merely said he's lucky he wasn't saying it to my face.

    B. The comment that he claims "some MIGHT find offensive", was his laughing at the death of someone I knew, as well as the other several dozen people who died in the recent heatwave back here.

    He's a piece of shit, nothing more.

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  131. You know who else laughs at peoples deaths?

    The Westboro Baptist Church.


    And THAT, is the character of mister Johnny Moo Moo.

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  132. .039 percent eh Cliffy?

    Ya know, everybody throws around these percentages and not many can probably hold all the varibles in their mind.
    Let's put this in terms of something everybody can understand. How about money?

    Lets say $1,000,000 represents the entire atmosphere. Greenhouse gases are about 1% of the total atmosphere or about $10,000.

    Of that, (I'll pad it a little for you) .04% Is carbon dioxide. That's $4. Of that, man produces about one third. Our total contribution is about $1.34 and THAT is screwing up the whole million dollar investment?

    I wish I could get those kind of odds on the lottery...

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  133. Thank you voltron for being the idiot you are .... conflating Thermodynamics with the lottery.

    It is NOT the amount, but what the amount can do that is important.

    IE a few milligrams of plutonium per kilogram of tissue is a lethal dose.

    Sorta blows your dumb as a box of rock analogy right there.

    Or about gaseous mixtures;

    The median lethal dose of VX nerve agent for humans is estimated to be about 10 milligrams through skin contact for some one weighing 100 kilograms.

    You see dummytron it isn't the ratio of a substance to the total,

    BUT the effect the concentration of said substance (no matter how small) on the whole is what actually matters, the ratio is immaterial, unless you exceed the minute levels that affect the whole in a deterious way, IE too much Plutonium or VX in a body or too much CO2 in the atmosphere .....

    Thank you for proving once again you do not know what the hell you are talking about, but just pushing crap and hoping something resonates.

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  134. BTW dummytron;

    Botulinum toxin is the most lethal chemical we know of, with a fatal dose of about 2/300 picogram of toxin per kilogram of body mass.

    A picogram is One-trillionth (1x10-12 or 0.000000000001) of a gram.

    This means that 100 grams would be enough to kill all human beings on earth.

    Hmmmm 7,000,000,000 people, weighing around 62 kilograms

    56,000,000,000 kilograms divided by 100 grams is a ration of 1:560,000,000,000

    or in your example;

    .00017 of a penny is the ratio of the amount in dollar terms of Botulinum toxin compared to your million dollars total weight of humanity to cause a total death of the human race.

    Sorta destroys your idiotic post again doesn't it dummytron?????????

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  135. makes ya sorta wish

    you paid more attention in "skool"

    don't it dummytron.

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  136. See what happens when your lies get so good that you end up fooling yourself into thinking that you're smarter than the majority of the worlds scientists Volty?

    You get schooled.

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  137. Phoney Worf said

    B. The comment that he claims "some MIGHT find offensive", was his laughing at the death of someone I knew, as well as the other several dozen people who died in the recent heatwave back here."

    Nice try bro........LOL!

    I was laughing at your statistics in comparison to mine.

    -Apparent global warming deaths 28

    -Slip & fall deaths per year in North America 20,000

    After I posted this you spoke of some friend whose relative died due to global warming.

    Therfore, I challenge you to find the comment where you clearly say" Hey, Johnny, a friends relative died." and then I laugh about? Your full of soft,hot,liquid shit...period!

    Additionally,this is a bullyish guilt-ridden tactic.......find some other idiot to buy it!


    And,you too are a pure piece of SHIT! A self-proclaimed extreme humanitarian who often claims that he is comfortably well off but when it comes to your material posessions human life quickly takes a back-seat.

    I mean if you become sooooooooooo emotional over the deaths of 28 people it makes perfect sense that you would do everything in your power to save the lives of starving children.......and this includes living frugally by selling your house at, a loss, and donating its proceeds to UNICEF.

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  138. BTW,nice deflection on your obvious racist hatred of people who live inside Trailer parks.

    :D

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  139. Mook mook just tactically admitted he LOST, by resorting to a profanity laden rant when exposed for the immature dishonest person he really is and always has been.

    PS: you ain't and never were the one except in your severely mentally challenged self image.

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  140. OUCH;

    .... that's gotta hurt the teatards, which is probably why mook mook is cursing like a drunken sailor.

    Enjoy the second term of President Obama.

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  141. The Piece of shit said...

    Nice try bro........LOL!

    I was laughing at your statistics in comparison to mine.


    First, I ain't your bro.

    Second, no asswipe, you were not. You were mocking the deaths of people, especially after I informed you that one of the people who died was the grandparent of a friend of mine.

    Your backpedaling and fact changing won't work here. HERE is what you said.

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  142. Johnnymoomoo said...
    Worf said

    "The other day when Voltron was busy telling us how this isn't global warming, 12 people were dead.

    Now its up to 22."

    Whippeedoo........LOL!

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  143. Right there mocking the deaths with a "Whippeedoo" and a big "LOL".

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  144. So as we see, you're not just a piece of shit, but a lying piece of shit to boot.

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  145. Then, after I informed him that one of the people who died was a grandparent of someone I knew, THIS is what the little piece of shit said.

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  146. Johnnymoomoo said...

    Oh, shut-up Worf ya big cry baby!



    ..unlike you, I don’t have a complete nervous collapse for every death that takes place on the ant-farm.

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  147. So this piece of shit, takes my reverence and respect (as well as sadness) for someone who just died, and in typical, right wing brainless, heartless and soulless fashion, turns it into to "a complete nervous collapse".

    Death is something that when you've experienced it first hand in your own family and watched closed loved ones die, you learn respect and reverence for it and for those going through the loss and grieving process.

    Decent human beings learn respect and reverence in the presence of death. Doesn't matter if you knew the deceased or not. Good people everywhere show a reverent tone when addressing the death of someone that just occurred.

    Its not a "weakness" or "nervous collapse". Its respect and reverence. Empathy, sympathy and maturity.

    Its something that transcends minor ideological differences and personal disagreements and even enemies can show respect, compassion, reason and understanding.

    But ignorant children, cackling, giggling egotistical fools like this thing calling itself "Moo Moo", do not.

    They have no reverence. They have no humanity.

    Just a big ego, a big mouth and that makes him just a big piece of shit.

    Nothing more.

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  148. So we see not only did he mock and laugh at the deaths as they were happening, then mocked and laughed once informed I knew one of the people who died, but now he has to lie about it and pretend it never happened.

    Probably because he realizes what a piece of shit a person would have to be, to do so.

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  149. The Piece of Shit said...

    nice deflection on your obvious racist hatred of people who live inside Trailer parks.


    More outright lies to try to conceal and downplay his own racism.

    Last time I checked, "TrailerPark" wasn't a "race".

    Idiot.

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  150. The Piece of Shit said...

    ..and this includes living frugally by selling your house at, a loss, and donating its proceeds to UNICEF.


    And this comment, shows just how ignorant this idiot really is.

    And apparently he has never owned a home either.

    Think for a moment, moron.

    How would someone have any "proceeds" if they sell at a LOSS?

    When you sell at a "loss", you have to PAY the difference.

    There are no "proceeds".

    Idiot.

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  151. Oh,yes, dingle-berry face,I did say whipeedoo and I did call you a crybaby but that was over the statistics.

    Here is exactly what I wrote in response to your pathetic attempt to inflict a guilt trip:


    "Oh, shut-up Worf ya big cry baby!

    I was laughing at the logic of your overly theatrical statistic in comparison with other more costly fatalities and the fact that you matter of factly blamed these deaths on global warming.......I wasn’t laughing at the actual deaths themselves!

    BTW, MR. Morality, wasn’t it you who once said that VOLT should go kill himself and do the world a favor. Big K certainly wasn’t too impressed and thought you a piece of shit"


    Once again Bi-polar Phoney Worf show me where I laughed after you mentioned a friend whose grandparent died........it is your claim that I laughed.

    BTW,you are a triple piece of super soft hot runny smelly shit for suggesting that Volt kill himself.........PATHETIC!!

    Humanitarian........my ass!

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  152. Also, pineapple- head I still say whippeedoo to your stupid overly-theatrical statistic in comparison to other difficulties:

    “Every day, almost 16,000 children die from hunger-related causes. That's one child every five seconds.”

    http://www.bread.org/hunger/global/

    Of course this is something your wee psychopathic brain fails to comprehend. You’re more concerned with the appearance of your aluminum siding so your neighbours won’t think ill of you........LOL!

    There is one person who is not fake.

    She is someone I truly admire........Princess Diana!!!

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  153. The Piece of Shit said...

    Oh,yes, dingle-berry face,I did say whipeedoo and I did call you a crybaby but that was over the statistics.



    Again, so his revisionist comments are clearly exposed, behold. THIS is what he said, quote:

    ..unlike you, I don’t have a complete nervous collapse for every death that takes place on the ant-farm.



    AND ;


    Johnnymoomoo said...
    Worf said

    "The other day when Voltron was busy telling us how this isn't global warming, 12 people were dead.

    Now its up to 22."

    Whippeedoo........LOL!

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  154. So the liar can try to rewrite it all he wants, but his comments stand in all their stark clarity.


    He laughed at 22 people being dead as if it meant nothing.

    22 people who had just died.


    And when informed that I knew one of them indirectly, he responded by declaring me a "crybaby" for showing respect and reverence for their death (which had just occurred that day) and declared his apathy by referring to the dead as "ANTS".


    So he can tap dance, backpedal, and rewrite all he wants.

    His comments stand.

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  155. An NO.

    I NEVER suggested Voltron should kill himself.


    More lies from a pathetic worm trying to wriggle out of being caught for the piece of trash that he is.

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  156. And I challenge you to provide a comment where I ever did.

    You can't, because I didn't.

    Just more "false witness" from a proven liar.

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  157. When exposed on his pathetic mockery of people dying, Moo Moo always resorts to bearing false witness against someone.

    Rather than confront his own ugliness, he always tries to deflect.

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  158. The Liar said...

    Humanitarian........my ass!


    By the way, while you're off looking for that non existent comment that you accused me of you can also produce the comment where I ever claimed to be some sort of "Humanitarian".

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  159. One thing you're correct about though.

    Princess Di.

    She was a kind lady.

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  160. ...Johnny can't come to the phone right now, he's off scouring the blog for that comment he falsely accused me of making.

    That'll be a couple hours of his night he'll never get back.

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  161. Meanwhile, back in the real world.

    Northeast sees warmest year on record so far

    By Joseph O'Leary | Reuters – Tue, Aug 7, 2012

    (Reuters) - The first seven months of this year have been the hottest on record in the northeastern United States, researchers at Cornell University said on Tuesday.
    Cornell's Northeast Regional Climate Center said the average temperature for the region from January to July was a balmy 49.9 degrees Fahrenheit (9.9 Celsius), making it the warmest for the period since record-keeping began in 1895.

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  162. And in case our resident troll infestation feels that's just "librul propaganda"....behold....


    July 2012 officially warmest month on record

    Posted: Aug 08, 2012 6:24 PM EDT
    Updated: Aug 08, 2012 7:43 PM EDT
    By Steve Horstmeyer -

    CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

    The numbers are in, and July 2012 is officially the warmest month on record for the Lower 48 states.

    The average temperature for the month was 77.6°F, 3.3°F above the average for July during the 20th Century. July 2012 was warmer than the Dust Bowl month of July 1936, the former warmest month on record.

    In Cincinnati the average temperature for July 2012 was the 6th warmest on record and the average high temperature was second warmest on record.

    Even more has been added to the record books.

    January through July of 2012 was the warmest first 7 months of any year on record
    for the contiguous 48 states and the 12-month period ending with July 2012 (Aug. 2011 - Jul. 2012) was the warmest 12-month period on record.

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  163. Fox News....apparently just another "librul rag".


    : |


    Who'dve thunk it?

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  164. Worf even more interesting, a hurricane strength storm has moved across the Arctic area that last few days, a storm that has no known equivalent in history.

    Arctic storm part 1: in progress

    Arctic storm part 2: the color purple

    Arctic storm part 3: detachment

    Another first since humans began burning hundred million year old sequestered carbon, raising CO2 levels above anything seen during the Holocene.

    Cue dummytron to totally bloviate in a most ignorant manner, and mook mook to spew illogical incoherent profanity laced rants.

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  165. Mitt Romney: "public health cares a bad thing....socialism.....and if that guys dying wife had a public health care plan like the successful one I set up when I was governor of Massachusetts she'd be alive today"

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  166. Analysis: Most of Romeny’s new Twitter followers are fake

    so is his flip flopping stand on any issue, and any claimed enthusiasm of his supposed followers.

    FAKE the best description of R-Money

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  167. Its like he'll say anything, take any position and stand depending on what his followers want him to do.

    Like he has no mind of his own.

    Of course, both the GOP leaders and the Tea Party leaders have said that's all they want in a President, ...someone who will keep his mouth shut until they tell him what to say and sign the bills they tell him to sign so.......looks like Romney's their kind of guy.

    Spineless. Mindless. And when they say "JUMP!", he'll ask "how high?".

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  168. Can you imagine the Tea party running the country?

    A group of uneducated half wits who thinks government is evil and doesn't work and shouldn't be funded and doesn't have any role in stimulating a nations economy?

    Its like hiring a doctor, ......that doesn't believe in medicine.

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  169. Would you hire an electrician, that believed electricity was "evil"?

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  170. Ann Coulter and Laura Ingram sure blew a head gasket today over Romney's staffer's so called "gaff" on Health Care.

    What's ironic is she didn't say anything wrong. She was right.

    Romney's health care plan in Massachusetts worked. He got everyone insured. So what's the problem?

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  171. Oh yea, being a republican doesn't have anything to do with making things work.

    It has to do with towing their narrow, pinheaded ideological line.

    Coulter and Ingram. They insisted that Romney fire the staffer or they'd convince everyone to stop donating to him.

    Wow.

    His mistresses said "JUMP".

    Now its his turn to say "how high?".

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  172. He introduces a program that gave public health care to everyone in his state, and it worked.

    And God knows the republicans will have none of that!

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  173. Even Johnny Moo Moo has public health care. If we're to believe he's really a Canadian that is.

    But Johnny wants to give it back.

    He'd rather pay $1200.00 a month for health insurance, then when they drop him when he gets heart disease from eating all that steak and boozing, he really would like to pay $475,000.00 dollars for a coronary bypass.

    I mean, if you don't have half a million dollars laying around, ....you don't deserve to live.

    At least in the republican world.

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  174. When I saw the frothing at the mouth toothpick wearing a wig that is Ann Coulter screaming like a banshee on Scarborough this morning about Romney's staffer, I got it.

    I figured out the one thing that they hate so much about Romney's health care plan in Massachusetts.


    That one thing?...

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  175. The irony here of course is if they had half a brain, they'd have him run on his record in Massachusetts as governor. After all, he not only provided the entire state with health care coverage but he also balanced the budget while doing it.

    That's what the republicans "claim" they want. A balanced budget.

    Of course they don't want anyone getting anything out of it.

    They just want a budget for war, prisons....all the negatives in life.

    They don't want education, health care, roads or infrastructure, arts and science.

    They just want war and prisons.

    Anything else a government cannot provide. That's their mentality. Their ideology. And they're married to it.

    So we see its not a balanced budget they're after. That doesn't matter to them in reality. What matters is NO ONE GETS NUTTIN!!!

    So they can't run Romney on his merits. They have to ignore them. Obscure them. Conceal them.

    Because to admit that Mitt Romney balanced the budget while giving everyone health care, is to admit their f#cked up ideology, is just a sham.

    A complete sham.

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  176. This is an interesting article on a woman over at Johns Hopkins who has a never heard of before disease that causes her hair to grow as human fingernails. Incredible to be sure.

    http://gma.yahoo.com/womans-hair-turns-black-fingernails-baffling-her-doctors-015818206--abc-news-health.html

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  177. But what's even more incredible is that her insurance won't pay her medical bills, at least not enough of them and she now has over HALF A MILLION DOLLARS in medical bills.

    From the article;

    And now she has $500,000 in unpaid medical bills. Isom has state insurance, but it doesn't cover medical care in Maryland. Her mother lost her job as a medical receptionist because she looks after her daughter at home, so savings have dried up.



    And this;


    Today Isom is on 25 medications, but her insurance only pays for five of them. She is awaiting the results of genetic tests that may give doctors clues to what is wrong.

    Amazing.

    THIS is the world the republicans want for America.

    THIS is their "American dream".

    Nightmare is more like it.


    This girl worked, had a job and was also a college student studying criminal justice in Memphis. When Memphis doctors gave up and referred her to Johns Hopkins (finest teaching hospital in the land where such diseases are studied) her insurance company said "NO!".

    The favorite word of the simple minded Tea Party TWITS.


    NO!


    So now she has HALF A MILLION dollars in medical bills and counting.

    All of their savings are gone. All their money.


    AND THIS is the world the republicans want for Americans.

    THIS is what these inbred "geniuses" think is what Americans deserve.

    The rest of the civilized world including Johnny's Canada has medical treatment. But not here.

    Here, either you got HALF A MILLION bucks lying around, or you don't deserve to live.

    Courtesy the republican party of idiots.

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  178. And this is just one example, with MILLIONS like it. I personally know of one such example I've written about before, where a little girl lost her leg and the insurance companies dropped her.

    Her parents had to go beg for money on the internet, even though the father made 100,000 per year and had a good job and so called "good insurance".

    But they dropped his daughter, calling her condition "pre-existing" (she was FOUR) and so for her to walk, they had to go out and BEG for money to pay for a prosthetic limbs.

    And there's a million more cases just like these.

    So when the republicans talk about "individual responsibility" and "paying your own way", just remember.

    NO ONE except a few rich folks can afford medical treatment in this country today.

    NO ONE.

    Because NO ONE has millions of dollars laying around to do it with.

    NO ONE.

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  179. The liberals may not be perfect and I may not agree with everything they do, but at least they TRY to do something for the people.

    Republicans say screw the people, and worship the wealthy.

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  180. US cuts crop forecast as drought ravages Corn Belt

    By NBC News wire reports
    Federal forecasters are predicting record prices for corn and soybeans, raising fears of a new world food crisis as the worst U.S. drought in half a century continues to punish key farm states.

    The U.S. Department of Agriculture on Friday said production of U.S. corn and soybeans is expected to be down 17 percent from its forecast last month of nearly 13 billion bushels, and 13 percent lower than last year. It was the second month in a row when the USDA has cut its production estimate.

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  181. But hey, Johnny Moo Moo says "don't worry".

    He says its all just worrying....not really happening....

    Of course now Voltron's changing his tune.

    For years he's been in here denying that we're heating up.

    Now he says "ok, maybe we're warming up, but its NOT GLOBAL WARMING DAMMIT!".

    : |


    He's now just 1 step behind the CEO of Exxon who now admits the planets not only warming but we're causing it.

    Of course he ads the caveat that even though its warming and we're causing it, .....he claims "its not that bad".

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  182. ...nahhh....not that bad....I mean, ....who needs crap like crops and stuff.....you know.....food.

    : |

    Nothing to "worry" bout here folks....move along.

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  183. The nation's rangeland and pastures are faring even worse, with roughly three-fifths rated to be in poor to very poor shape - the largest area thus affected in 18 years.

    Friday's USDA report amplified the troubling picture already painted a day earlier, when the latest weekly U.S. Drought Monitor map showed that the drought conditions in Plains states where production of corn and soybeans is key continue to worsen. That update showed that the expanse still gripped by extreme or exceptional drought - the two worst classifications - rose to 24.14 percent, up nearly 2 percentage points from the previous week.

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  184. And who needs cattle right?

    After all we've got fake meat now, right?

    Oh wait....its made with soybeans.....

    : |

    ...scratch that.

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  185. But hey, we got geniuses like Voltron and his "mini-mo" mascot to tell us all how its all not really happening, and we "kain't do nuttin aboud it".....sooooo.......

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  186. And this is how America's changed.

    The old way.

    Science identifies a problem and together with government and private industry and a lot of smart people, work together to address it and resolve it.

    The new way.

    Science identifies a problem and the republicans say "NUH UH!".

    Science tries to work with government and private industry and smart people to address it and resolve it, and republicans work together against them to keep them from addressing or resolving it.

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  187. Better back up folks,
    If Worfy becomes anymore full of shit he's gonna explode.

    And you really don't want to get any of that on you.

    As the great Ronaldus Magnus said: "It isn't that our liberal friends are dumb, it's just that they just know so much that ain't so..."

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  188. As usual the inbred idiot shows up to run his mouth, yet mysteriously doesn't actually provide any facts to refute one thing I wrote.

    Instead just his usual one liner insults, without any substance behind them.

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  189. Because naturally he can't refute facts, just regurgitate tired Tea Party talking points and one liner insults.

    Then when they're shot down, he scurries off to his desert trailer to hide until the next time he thinks its safe to peep his little head up.

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  190. Clif kicked his ass but good the other night, and as usual the little pussy ran away and licked his wounds.

    Like he does every time.

    Meanwhile I post actual news articles showing the devastation currently being inflicted on the US and the world via global warming, and the little tea party troll pops his head up again, to get it whacked some more.

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  191. He's in quite a conundrum when it comes to Romney's health care plan.

    On the one hand, if he admits it works and was a success, then he defeats the entire Tea Party line of bullshit on public health care.

    On the other hand, if he says it was a failure and didn't work, (which is a complete lie of course but that never stopped this dirtbag before), ....then he'd be declaring his candidate incompetent.

    ......what to do...?......


    :D

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  192. That's why he just insulted me, rather than actually addressing what I said.

    Because he can't.

    All he can do is his usual kindergarten mentality "NUH UH!".


    lol

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