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Agreed rules, COP24 and climate change protest : Comments

By Binoy Kampmark, published 3/1/2019

Little progress was actually made on the issue of commitments to cut emissions, even if there was, in principle, an agreement on a set of rules.

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meanwhile at least 11 people have died in Europe due to huge snow storms and cold. Something the warmist predicted would not happen not to long back. Almost all facts make warmist look so ignorant.
Posted by runner, Tuesday, 8 January 2019 10:13:40 PM
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"Despite Plimer's deliberately misleading assertions, human actions have increased atmospheric CO2 levels by more than a third."

How come were not all gasping for air then... Lol
Posted by Armchair Critic, Tuesday, 8 January 2019 10:34:16 PM
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runner,
That's a strawman. The climate scientists never predicted Europe would cease to experience snowstorms and cold. Some predicted those would get less frequent, but there wasn't a firm consensus on this there are good reasons why the opposite could occur. Europe's weather is highly dependent on Atlantic ocean currents. Global warming could disrupt those (and has on at least one occasion) bringing more cold weather to Europe. And because global warming results in more water vapour in the air, when snow falls there's likely to be more of it.
Posted by Aidan, Tuesday, 8 January 2019 11:19:22 PM
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Armchair,
>How come were not all gasping for air then... Lol
Because there has not been a significant decline in atmospheric oxygen levels. Nor are atmospheric CO2 levels anywhere near high enough to cause toxicity problems.

Why do you find it funny?

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ALTRAV,
What exactly is it that you think is not possible and why?

Unlike some other combustion products, local CO2 levels are not usually a problem at all in outdoor situations (and the few exceptions I can think of were not caused by humans). However because humans have released so much of it into the air, the global levels are affecting the climate.
Posted by Aidan, Wednesday, 9 January 2019 1:25:04 AM
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Aidan, I realise I have NO chemical or climate experience, and I cannot give you a credible scientific answer.
It is not therefore the kind of answer deserving of your questions and expectations.
I am found wanting, when all I can say or offer is a 'feeling'.
A feeling based on following the opinions and information forever being released on the topic.
I find it impossible that such things as the oceans rising by 60 or 70 metres is possible.
Just a glance at the size of the oceans, from a two dimensional aspect, leaves me in dis-belief that the third dimension could ever be so high, when the source of all this moisture is not evident in the quantity suggested.
I clearly remember some forty odd years ago, a young friend, my age and much more intelligent than myself, showed me a topographical map of Perth and surrounding area.
He was especially interested in the escarpment, because he said by the time we reach 2000, Perth will be amongst the new reclamation of the coast as it was in the past, as signified by 'the string of diamonds', or was it pearls.
The random line of inland lakes running North and South approx 5 to 10 km inland from the coast, which was once 'The Coast'.
I found it both sad and bewildering that this guy, as intelligent as he was bought a block of land in the hills, specifically to build his house on as his answer to mitigate the future rise in sea levels.
As we can see it never happened, and as far as my gut is concerned, it never will.
If there will be any rise in the ocean levels, it will be negligible and I would like to think that it will NOT be the catastrophe that we are being told it will be.
Posted by ALTRAV, Wednesday, 9 January 2019 1:57:24 AM
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Aiden your post demonstrates exactly how weak and pathetic the warmist changing narrative is. Facts mean nothing to you.
Posted by runner, Wednesday, 9 January 2019 10:16:00 AM
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