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    And every day, Gore is a former politician, and...

    On even days, Al Gore is lying and making a fortune off this fraud. On odd days, he is an idiot who actually believes these things.[/QUOTE]

    And every day, Gore is a former politician, and not a...
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    Without the storage, wind and solar beat nothing....

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    Your judgment of scientific expertise is about as useful as a steakhouse review from a vegetarian.[/QUOTE]

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    I imagine he tries to get out of speeding tickets...

    You seem to have no concept of the timeframes involved--you treat 1,000 years and 100,000,000 years as the same.[/QUOTE]

    I imagine he tries to get out of speeding tickets by arguing that as we are...
  5. The trick to running a totalitarian regime is to...

    That sounds like a great idea. How do you plan to enforce this in China, where many people still live in close proximity to both, and huge numbers of both are traded, live, in busy markets? Live meat...
  6. That sounds like a great idea. How do you plan to...

    That sounds like a great idea. How do you plan to enforce this in China, where many people still live in close proximity to both, and huge numbers of both are traded, live, in busy markets? Live meat...
  7. Thread: Soccer

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    They could probably hold their own against many...

    They could probably hold their own against many European under-14 sides.

    Probably.
  8. As this "response" bears no relation whatsoever...

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    I can not, in good conscience, claim that the men of Bangladesh doing ship-breaking jobs for minuscule pay are privileged.

    You have an insane definition of "privilege" then. Next...
  9. More likely the causality is the reverse: China...

    I think I can say without an ounce of hyperbole, that this is the most frightening turn of events in the history of mankind. I can't see any way how this won't end in a terrible and cataclysmic way....
  10. Most epidemics don't become pandemics. But some...

    I think I can say without an ounce of hyperbole, that this is the most frightening turn of events in the history of mankind. I can't see any way how this won't end in a terrible and cataclysmic way....
  11. And the prize for 'Most blatantly and obviously...

    And the prize for 'Most blatantly and obviously incorrect claim on the Internet' goes to:
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    It's about forty times that. As you cannot fail...

    When has it ever changed this quickly before?[/QUOTE]

    The rise in temperature of the planet as a whole for the past century is almost immeasurable at something like 0.03C. If it wasn't for the...
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    Indeed, the defining feature of humanity isn't...

    Indeed, the defining feature of humanity isn't our intelligence; It's our arrogance.

    I am unsurprised that most of those idiots still haven't worked that out. ;)
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    It's an inevitable consequence of abandoning the...

    Kinda reminiscent of those 3 precincts in Ohio that Bush "won" by the exact same percentage, while exit polling indicated that he had lost.
    It's not news that Republicans cheat, nor is it news that...
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    Animism is beneficial to the survival of any...

    Animism is beneficial to the survival of any species of intelligent animal that shares an environment with predators. This goes double for social species. And doesn't require much by way of...
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    At the peak of the glacial period, large parts of...

    At the peak of the glacial period, large parts of North America, Northern Europe and Northern Asia were under 3-4km of ice; There was enough water locked up in these land based ice sheets to lower...
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    Animism is the exact opposite - it's the notion...

    Not sure I have any type of moral or punchline to draw from this, but it's interesting to note that animism is considered the original pre-cursor to religion - basically the notion that living beings...
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    Where the fuck do you think all the ice came...

    Yes, humans were around during the last ice age. The most recent glacial period was only about 10,000 years ago.

    And that climate change happened when falling sea levels changed the ocean...
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    Yes, humans were around during the last ice age....

    Yes, humans were around during the last ice age. The most recent glacial period was only about 10,000 years ago.

    And that climate change happened when falling sea levels changed the ocean...
  22. Thread: Going To Mars

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    Drinkable water can be had for about $0.50 a...

    http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-VUNBFZiciRc/UQnH3Bx-uDI/AAAAAAAARpk/E27Jin55zNc/s1600/ice-pirates-01.jpg[/QUOTE]

    I will not likely be around as it starts to really worsen affecting water and food...
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    The existence of fools who take an idea too far...

    Teh Gruaniad

    And so it goes on.

    Teh Gruaniad

    Teh Grauniad really has embraced this Rapture like cult and pumps out this shit on a daily basis.[/QUOTE]

    The existence of fools who take an...
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    The exact same dumb argument (minus the...

    It's a long-term, ongoing process. But, in a nut-shell, yes.
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    The exact same dumb argument (minus the cartoonish meme) was used to "prove" that the Roman Catholics would take over...
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    Scientific Consensus isn’t a “Part” of the...

    Scientific Consensus isn’t a “Part” of the Scientific Method: it’s a Consequence of it
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