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    The English makes it a bit tricky to follow but for those of you who want a precis of what it says - basically it says man made global warming is b*llocks"

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    I have no idea, but this bloke - 'Senior Software Developer, Unconventional Thinker, Innovator and Entrepreneur.' Typical weirdo:

    While looking for full time job, I am re-examining the things that I do best: researching and coming up with creative and innovative ideas that are extremely valuable that can change the world. Unconventional thinking leads to unconventional discovery. That is me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    I have no idea, but this bloke - 'Senior Software Developer, Unconventional Thinker, Innovator and Entrepreneur.' Typical weirdo:
    He invites anyone to argue the logic - go for it
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    Quote Originally Posted by darmstadt View Post
    I have no idea, but this bloke - 'Senior Software Developer, Unconventional Thinker, Innovator and Entrepreneur.' Typical weirdo:
    In other words he is a contractor
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    If a fallacy has been debunked, that makes it true.

    I never thought DA would convert, but well done
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFaQQer View Post
    If a fallacy has been debunked, that makes it true.

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    Nobody here is going to wade through all that guff, its a collection of long worn out denier talking points and lies. For example

    'So water vapor absolutely dominate greenhouse effect contribution. But yet climatologists*deliberately ignored*water vapor altogether when they calculate the greenhouse effect.'
    Oh, what's this in Chapter eight of the most recent IPCC report. Its an FAQ. Chapter 8, FAQ number 8.1 How Important is Water Vapour to Climate Change? which starts:

    'As the largest contributor to the natural greenhouse effect, water vapour plays an essential role in the Earth’s climate. However, the amount of water vapour in the atmosphere is controlled mostly by air temperature, rather than by emissions. For that reason, scientists consider it a feedback agent, rather than a forcing to climate change. Anthropogenic emissions of water vapour through irrigation or power plant cooling have a negligible impact on the global climate.'
    Gosh, a 'Senior Software Developer, Unconventional Thinker, Innovator and Entrepreneur' is posting lies on LinkedIn. Alert the media!

    And no, the measurements of global CO2 are not wrong because they are only taken on the side of one volcano

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    Lots of scientists becoming sceptical so the Pope is now taking over the debate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjclarke View Post
    Nobody here is going to wade through all that guff, its a collection of long worn out denier talking points and lies. For example



    Oh, what's this in Chapter eight of the most recent IPCC report. Its an FAQ. Chapter 8, FAQ number 8.1 How Important is Water Vapour to Climate Change? which starts:



    Gosh, a 'Senior Software Developer, Unconventional Thinker, Innovator and Entrepreneur' is posting lies on LinkedIn. Alert the media!

    And no, the measurements of global CO2 are not wrong because they are only taken on the side of one volcano

    Please try harder.
    Some points here:

    Trashing the person who makes the argument in order to avoid confronting the argument itself:

    According to your logic contractors are not entitled to an opinion on climate change.

    So you manage to find one tiny bit of contradictory evidence on one point and you think that you can contradict the entire. This tactic has a "word" to describe it Jonathan Portes, master of the political correction » The Spectator

    The essence of correct politicalness is to seek to undermine an irrefutable argument by claiming loudly and repetitively to have found an error in it. As with political correctness, which seeks to undermine arguments by declaring the person making them a bigot, correct politicalness originated in the US

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    Since when have climate change zealots ever worried about overlong and highly detailed reports and analyses. In fact by themselves precising scientific gobbledeygook they have sought to twist and select these to their own advantage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlasterBates View Post
    Lots of scientists becoming sceptical so the Pope is now taking over the debate.
    They have aklot in common. Both spout narrow minded, mythical theories that cannot be proved. And rely on faith.
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