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Blame blistering heat on global warming?

 
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Blame blistering heat on global warming?
NBCNews.com has posted a piece - once again - blaming "man-made" global warming for the recent intense heat and drought. I call BS on this report for many reasons, but here are just a couple.

In late 2002, scientists noted that the planet Pluto (with no humans driving cars or running factories) was also warming. Volcanoes were another possible explaination given by scientists. But...

[link to www.space.com]

that wouldn't account for climate change on Neptune's moon, Triton.

And the Sun is getting hotter too, as explained in this 1997 study: [link to lubbockonline.com]

^THIS^ is the latest info I could find indexed on popular search engines regarding temperature increases on the sun. It's as though governments and top universities have stopped funding the research!

Anyone paying attention will agree that the Sun is getting more and more INTENSE. Solar activity is incredible! The moon is even getting brighter at night. Genrally now we have two seasons, Summer and Winter. That's it! Some say what we're seeing now could even drawf the Carrington Event.

Yea, climate change is happening, no doubt about it, but all over the solar system. And yea, it probably isn't the best idea to be inhaling all the noxious fumes from our cars and factories, but if global warming is man-made, why is it happening on nearly every single planet? Why is the Sun so active (is our refusal to recycle a potato chip bag responsible for that too)? Go ahead MSM, blame mankind because, deep down, we know we can't control and contain whatever is happening on the Sun, right?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Re: Blame blistering heat on global warming?
I've noticed in a lot of heat records being beat the previous record was from the 1800's....before the industrial revolution. If global warming is man-made it should correspond linearly with activities associated with greenhouse gs production...right?
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No links (or even a half-baked regurgitated MSM argument) =

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What's the best way to cover up a truth you can do nothing about (increased intense solar activity) and make everyone feel as though they are in control (go green) and can change the unchangeable?
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08/05/2012 01:59 PM
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its the sun !


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If MSM is pushing the agenda, you know its bullshit.
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Re: Blame blistering heat on global warming?
NBCNews.com has posted a piece - once again - blaming "man-made" global warming for the recent intense heat and drought. I call BS on this report for many reasons, but here are just a couple.

In late 2002, scientists noted that the planet Pluto (with no humans driving cars or running factories) was also warming. Volcanoes were another possible explaination given by scientists. But...

[link to www.space.com]

that wouldn't account for climate change on Neptune's moon, Triton.

And the Sun is getting hotter too, as explained in this 1997 study: [link to lubbockonline.com]

^THIS^ is the latest info I could find indexed on popular search engines regarding temperature increases on the sun. It's as though governments and top universities have stopped funding the research!

Anyone paying attention will agree that the Sun is getting more and more INTENSE. Solar activity is incredible! The moon is even getting brighter at night. Genrally now we have two seasons, Summer and Winter. That's it! Some say what we're seeing now could even drawf the Carrington Event.

Yea, climate change is happening, no doubt about it, but all over the solar system. And yea, it probably isn't the best idea to be inhaling all the noxious fumes from our cars and factories, but if global warming is man-made, why is it happening on nearly every single planet? Why is the Sun so active (is our refusal to recycle a potato chip bag responsible for that too)? Go ahead MSM, blame mankind because, deep down, we know we can't control and contain whatever is happening on the Sun, right?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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Re: Blame blistering heat on global warming?
I've noticed in a lot of heat records being beat the previous record was from the 1800's....before the industrial revolution. If global warming is man-made it should correspond linearly with activities associated with greenhouse gs production...right?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1480709


Right! But it doesn't. It's almost common knowledge now with access to the Internet and all, our solar system goes through cycles over decades and even centuries... and this one seems to be a biggie.
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No links (or even a half-baked regurgitated MSM argument) =

antibs

What's the best way to cover up a truth you can do nothing about (increased intense solar activity) and make everyone feel as though they are in control (go green) and can change the unchangeable?
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But we can't tax the sun, can we?
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Re: Blame blistering heat on global warming?
NBCNews.com has posted a piece - once again - blaming "man-made" global warming for the recent intense heat and drought. I call BS on this report for many reasons, but here are just a couple.

In late 2002, scientists noted that the planet Pluto (with no humans driving cars or running factories) was also warming. Volcanoes were another possible explaination given by scientists. But...

[link to www.space.com]

that wouldn't account for climate change on Neptune's moon, Triton.

And the Sun is getting hotter too, as explained in this 1997 study: [link to lubbockonline.com]

^THIS^ is the latest info I could find indexed on popular search engines regarding temperature increases on the sun. It's as though governments and top universities have stopped funding the research!

Anyone paying attention will agree that the Sun is getting more and more INTENSE. Solar activity is incredible! The moon is even getting brighter at night. Genrally now we have two seasons, Summer and Winter. That's it! Some say what we're seeing now could even drawf the Carrington Event.

Yea, climate change is happening, no doubt about it, but all over the solar system. And yea, it probably isn't the best idea to be inhaling all the noxious fumes from our cars and factories, but if global warming is man-made, why is it happening on nearly every single planet? Why is the Sun so active (is our refusal to recycle a potato chip bag responsible for that too)? Go ahead MSM, blame mankind because, deep down, we know we can't control and contain whatever is happening on the Sun, right?

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

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[link to ibex.swri.edu]
 Quoting: sunspotkiller


So, in other words, the Sun is acting out because of interstellar forces - the solar system moving through the interstellar medium?

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