Global warming...apparently happening on Mars too

Discussion in 'Politics & Religion' started by peilthetraveler, Jun 22, 2012.

  1. Ricter

    Ricter

    You are relying on scientists to refute... scientists.
     
  2. Do you even read the shit they put up on your rabid righty sites?

    Or maybe your "sources" pick and choose sentences to mislead the gullible, science-challenged righty ideologues, and get them all excited and drooling because they think they've found something to support their untenable position.


    From the (rest of) article.



    "Abdussamatov's work, however, has not been well received by other climate scientists.


    "His views are completely at odds with the mainstream scientific opinion," said Colin Wilson, a planetary physicist at England's Oxford University.

    "And they contradict the extensive evidence presented in the most recent IPCC [Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change] report." (Related: "Global Warming 'Very Likely' Caused by Humans, World Climate Experts Say" [February 2, 2007].)

    Amato Evan, a climate scientist at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, added that "the idea just isn't supported by the theory or by the observations."


    Whack-a-mole
     
  3. Look at who the first two were to respond.

    Nuff said. Fart away.
     
  4. It just so happens that the green religion is now taking over from the Christian religion. I don’t think people have noticed that, but it’s got all the sort of terms that religions use. The greens use guilt. That just shows how religious greens are. You can’t win people round by saying they are guilty for putting carbon dioxide in the air.
     
  5. Yup, just like you can lead a jackass to water, but they're still a jackass.
     
  6. Your brother is thirsty.
     
  7. pspr

    pspr

    FC has no argument to offer. You can tell by his retort of name calling.
     
  8. wait futurecurrents, are you saying national geographic is right wing?

    anyway, best quotes from the article:
    "His views are completely at odds with the mainstream scientific opinion," said Colin Wilson, a planetary physicist at England's Oxford University.