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    I didn't watch the video--I prefer text sources....

    I think you've got charge and discharge mixed up--the battery consumes CO2 during discharge.
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    Well, I checked again and the guy in the video says what I said - consumes CO2 during charge...
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    I think you've got charge and discharge mixed...

    I think you've got charge and discharge mixed up--the battery consumes CO2 during discharge.

    But yes, I was wrong. While a car battery would be self-contained, the designers envisage a large-scale...
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    Also this one:...

    Also this one:
    https://twitter.com/mehreenfaruqi/status/1129250807205879809?lang=en
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    Yep, totally feasible.

    Yep, totally feasible.
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    It doesn't use any graphene, so it's got one foot...

    It doesn't use any graphene, so it's got one foot out of the lab already.
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    Here's the paper that was linked in one of the...

    Here's the paper that was linked in one of the Youtube video's links.

    A Long-Cycle-Life Lithium–CO 2 Battery with Carbon Neutrality...
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    How about "magic"? "Magic doesn't present...

    How about "magic"?



    "Magic doesn't present an ontological or metaphysical problem as far as I can tell."
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    Google Docs doesn't work unless it can talk to...

    Google Docs doesn't work unless it can talk to the server constantly. If you have a slow connection it is probably just unable to work. It won't tell you so; it will just become completely...
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    Hotmail got its name from HTML: HoTMaiL.

    Hotmail got its name from HTML: HoTMaiL.
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    Fair enough; my recollection might not be correct.

    Silent reading to me has always been you chill out with a text of your choice and interest, and yes that can include comics - especially the classic ones. The big thing was to get kids reading...
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    I was in primary school in South Australia in the...

    I was in primary school in South Australia in the 1990's. IIRC, Silent Reading in class was always a prescribed book (e.g. Fantastic Mr Fox, My Best Fiend, Charlotte's Web) and at home/in the library...
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    That would require a BFC.

    That would require a BFC.
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    As Jokodo has already noted, the paper doesn't...

    As Jokodo has already noted, the paper doesn't say that at all, let alone "clearly".

    However, it is true that the majority of carbon emissions are from natural sources.

    From the IPCC's fourth...
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    It would also need to understand the context of a...

    It would also need to understand the context of a word.

    "SAM" is not always "Surface-to-Air Missile"
    acronyms should not be expanded except when first mentioned
    starboard is only right-side...
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    That's not what I asked. It contradicts your...

    Thank you for finally citing a journal article.

    Here is a link to the full text PDF so you can actually read the article:...
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    Thank you for finally citing a journal article. ...

    Thank you for finally citing a journal article.

    Here is a link to the full text PDF so you can actually read the article:...
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    1. CO2 absorbs infrared radiation. This has been...

    1. CO2 absorbs infrared radiation. This has been for over a century. Greenhouse CO2 monitors use this to monitor CO2 levels.
    2. Radiation from the sun is absorbed into the ground and ocean and then...
  18. Poll: I didn't read the question properly. I...

    I didn't read the question properly.

    I wouldn't drink my regular beer (a pale ale) warm, but I also wouldn't chill a beer that's supposed to be drunk warm.

    Basically, drink the beer the way the...
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    No need for you to repeat your old specious...

    No need for you to repeat your old specious arguments.

    You could instead explain to me how IPCC climate models in the 1990's were able to accurately project global warming in the 21st century...
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    Yes. Reputable scientific journals earned their...

    Yes. Reputable scientific journals earned their reputation for reliability precisely because their peer-review process is sound.
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    Yes, I would expect a professional moron like...

    Yes, I would expect a professional moron like Hanson make a statement like that.

    Temperatures have not "remained fairly stable in the last 20-30 years".
    ...
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    Well, your post was basically "model aeroplanes...

    Well, your post was basically "model aeroplanes and climate models are the same thing". You can't blame me for wanting to see how far that brainfart could waft.



    I agree with all of that, and...
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    Sure. I have to admit, I'm curious about where...

    Jokodo nailed it: you've just got no clue how modelling works.[/QUOTE]

    Do you have any idea how a model say, a Stuka plane is put together?[/QUOTE]

    Sure.

    I have to admit, I'm curious about...
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    Raving, incoherent garbage.

    More garbage.[/QUOTE]

    You're insinuating that what Warmists and alarmists have depended on for decades to bolster their evidence from NASA of GW/CC/CD as " proof" positive is garbage all of a...
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    Jokodo nailed it: you've just got no clue how...

    Jokodo nailed it: you've just got no clue how modelling works.
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