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The problem with climate change models is they are software dependent, GIGO.

Make a working actual model. look at Venus it has Co2 clouds, we don't and never will.
But the consensus is overwhelming regards human effect on climate. Show me your models that that have similar acceptance. They don’t exist. There really is no other side except fringe.





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But the consensus is overwhelming regards human effect on climate. Show me your models that that have similar acceptance. They don’t exist.
Right, because .....No one knows. None of the examples have been repeatable.
 

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The data is clear and overwhelming.
So is Jesus and salvation.
You believe.....

Show me an actual model that proves your theory, you can't. You only have belief.

So climate change is a religion.
 

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The closest actual model I can find is Venus. It has Co2 clouds and days that last months.......
 

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Wrong again. Scientific laws do not convey the same absolute certainty of say mathematics. A scientific law may be contradicted, restricted, or extended by future observations.
Hello; By the time a natural law is accepted as such it has been tested, repeated and often used in an applied commercial manner for a very long time.
There had to be a modification of some laws with regard to time and motion after Einstein came up with some of his relativistic ideas.
So some of the laws have to be considered classical in the sense of happening on the surface of a planet.
 

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Each one of those are computer generated. I can make a computer say anything I want.

Co2 is .04% of our atmosphere. I normally would say it has .04% influence on our planet. But I will bend to your will and accept it has 1% influence on our atmosphere.

To believe anymore is an acceptance in something other than reality, A religion.
 
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That includes global warming, now we are getting somewhere. :clap:
Indeed. So now that we’ve decided to both abandon the scientific method, please demonstrate that the chemicals in cigarettes cause harm.
Best of luck with that.
 
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Smoke em' if ya' got em'! You have to find reasons to keep sucking up nicotine to support your fix, you can't quit. You're an addict that's starting to act like a Chihuahua that has ingested one to many discarded butts.

Your entire argument is nonsensical.





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The real beauty of the bell-curve of IQ distribution when combined with a relatively large population is that the US will frequently produce some of the brightest minds on the planet. The drawback is that the US will also produce imbeciles in the roughly the same proportion.

America: We sent man to the moon.
Also America: I don’t believe in science.

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Each one of those are computer generated. I can make a computer say anything I want.

Co2 is .04% of our atmosphere. I normally would say it has .04% influence on our planet. But I will bend to your will and accept it has 1% influence on our atmosphere.

To believe anymore is an acceptance in something other than reality, A religion.
3/10.
Good effort, needs more work.
 
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So is Jesus and salvation.
You believe.....

Show me an actual model that proves your theory, you can't. You only have belief.

So climate change is a religion.
Do you happen to know what a preponderance of evidence is?
 
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Right, because .....No one knows. None of the examples have been repeatable.
Wait...not that long ago you were stating that the Earths climate has always changed.
Surely we could use that information to make predictions for both the Earths history and it’s future (With a certain degree of uncertainty of course)?
 
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Right, because .....No one knows. None of the examples have been repeatable.
I’d suggest you read this and take specific note of those clouds and water vapour that you keep telling us the models don’t account for.

The accuracy they’ve been getting for 50 years is quite amazing. Especially when you consider that we know a lot more now than we did 50 years ago.

What will the models look like 50 years from now?

https://www.sciencemag.org/news/201...ate-models-correctly-predicted-global-warming
 
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Each one of those are computer generated. I can make a computer say anything I want.

Co2 is .04% of our atmosphere. I normally would say it has .04% influence on our planet. But I will bend to your will and accept it has 1% influence on our atmosphere.

To believe anymore is an acceptance in something other than reality, A religion.
Didn’t we go through the arsenic analogy already?

Your basic assumption that GHG’s are the sole cause of heat, which it would need to be in order for the percentages you’re quoting to even make any sense whatsoever, is fatally flawed.

If I drop arsenic into a glass of water at a 1:100 ratio, is the water now 99% harmless? I mean, the arsenic only contributed to 1% of the death you experienced right? The other 99% must have been the water.

Whoever came up with the analogy you’re using, please stop listening to them on this topic. They clearly have no idea whatsoever. not a single fucking clue in fact.
 

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