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OT: Moorabal/Lal Lal wind farm 9-Jun-2009 At 11:33:17 PM SwineOfTheTimes
On 9/06/2009 Wendy wrote:
>have a look at the response to this year-on-record.htm">here
I stated it was US data and then you post a link trying to debunk it because it's US data. Please read a little more carefully next time.
But if you think, that due to the fact that the evidence is not sound because it's geospecific, we could also ignore the recent decrease in Arctic ice (it's only covers 10% anyway) and focus on the overall global glacial trend. Some have shrunk, some have expanded and some have stayed the same. Overall the volume is the same as before this scare campaign started
>Doesn't seem like that much really. Kevin just spent $42 billion in one
>stimulus package. Exxon mobil made $40 billion net profit in 2007 and
>45.5 in 2008 and they're just one company with a vested interest in disproving
You really think $30 billion is not much money?

>I'd hardly say we are moving to big govt as a response to climate change.

And neither did I. I said it was "a great way to advance a political agenda".

> being one of those leftist hippies
>that favours govt and regulation over the market, I'd say it'd be far more
>effective to just put our foot down about it instead of pussy footing with
>bloody markets.
Sorry, but I did have a bit of a giggle over this one. A hippy advocating National Socialism. That was tried towards the middle of last century, and we all know where that got us.
>Yep, there are lots of problems in the world. Addressing climate change
>at least addresses many of them at once,

Reality is it will be detrimental to the developing world (Evanbb agrees with this).

> People are being effected by cc now with extreme weather events

Rubbish, 1 example please.

>and conditions dependant diseases.

If you are referring to mosquito born disease, you'll find that has to do with increased population density and habitat creation due to deforestation.

>And who said it had to be one of the other?

I prefer to deal with reality before abstract.

>Are we incapable of helping people now and addressing the future?

It seams so.

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