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  1. So how do you row a custom designed skow when the water is freezing?

    No worries, Suzuki will figure it all out and CBC will deliver the breathtaking news to Canafians.

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  2. It has been below average sine May. If you look at the records on dmi, that has never happened before since they started keeping records in 1958. Odder still, it hasn’t been mention or has anyone offer an explanation

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    1. It’s climate if it showed unusual warming though. By the way this summer season on DMI is at record low temps.

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    2. Unless you’re looking at Hurricane Sandy? Warmists always use weather events to claim global warming/climate change. I would still like to know what evidence you would need for global cooling, since ice storms, blizzards and colder winters are all supposed “evidence” of global warming.

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  3. My thought for a long time has been to the AGW crowd, “What evidence would prove to you that global warming doesn’t exist?” Like most of them there is nothing that will change their minds. And if it theory can’t be falsified then it Ain’t Science!

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  4. There is no credible experiment that proves that the Greenhouse gas effect exist.
    There are many astrophysicist that have shown a Solar activity cycle that will result in the next Mini-ice age. The AGW /environmental vampires will believe that Mann-made global warming does not exist when there is snow in Washington DC for a whole month in September.
    There is an experiment that proves that the Greenhouse gas effect does not exist. This experiment which has been technologically reviewed by Ph.D physicists (at least 4). Ph.D. Chemical engineers (at least 2 at last count) and others Ph. D’s in other fields The experiment is found on the web-site http:// http://www.slayingtheskydragon.com click on the blog tab then on page 3 of 12. . It is titled “The Experiment that failed which can save the world trillions-Proving the greenhouse gas effect does not exist”

    The Greenhouse Effect Explored
    Written by Carl Brehmer | 26 May 2012
    Is “Water Vapor Feedback” Positive or Negative?
    Exploiting the medium of Youtube Carl Brehmer is drawing wider attention to a fascinating experiment he performed to test the climatic impacts of water in our atmosphere.
    Carl explains, “An essential element of the “greenhouse effect” hypothesis is the positive “water vapor feedback” hypothesis. That is, if something causes an increase in the temperature this will cause an increase in the evaporation of water into water vapor.”

    Another important website is www. The Great Climate Clash.com -G3 The Greenhouse gas effect does not exist.

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    1. CO2 GH effect is not linear, it is logarithmic! The first 40 ppm and more effect on temp than the next 240 ppm. Quadrupling CO2 would not have a measurable inpct on temp

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  5. I have been looking at the forecasts for our summer and fall, the forecasts for hurricane season as well, and they were way wrong. sure CO2 has a little effect, but there is no way it is 95% CO2 being the problem made from man. We should do something about these lies. The science they are using to predict future with the computer models is nowhere near sensitive enough to understand nature. In simple terms there is no algorithym that can work out a 50/50 , not one. That is why they’ll never get it right. It all happens by chance. The day we can figure this out will be the day we can walk into a casino and WIN WIN WIN. This is fact, so if one believes in the predictions that they can get from a computer program that can decifer chance, then why not try that out when gambling, let’s see how confident they are with their money on the line.

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