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VERY Good video09-11-2012 08:10
Ben Gamer
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I have recently found a YouTube video that is very good in terms of what the average person can do to help. I think its very creative. Here is the link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u3J3jDctjBA&feature=results_video
09-05-2018 14:29
RenaissanceMan
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Oh PLEASE! Unplugging a few appliances is a "very good idea"?

Laughable.

Richard Branson, and Al Gore, and Barack Obama, and Hollywood Ignorati fly around the world in private jets, burning millions of gallons of NASTY fossil fuel.
They own and rent luxury yachts for their lovely parties. They ride to this festival and that celebration in limousines, and you pretend that unplugging an appliance to save five watts is a big deal?

THIS video by a Nobel Laureate in Physics is a very good video.
He says climate change is an expensive hoax. But what does he know about science.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCy_UOjEir0&t=1384s
09-05-2018 21:40
James___
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RenaissanceMan wrote:
Oh PLEASE! Unplugging a few appliances is a "very good idea"?

Laughable.

Richard Branson, and Al Gore, and Barack Obama, and Hollywood Ignorati fly around the world in private jets, burning millions of gallons of NASTY fossil fuel.
They own and rent luxury yachts for their lovely parties. They ride to this festival and that celebration in limousines, and you pretend that unplugging an appliance to save five watts is a big deal?

THIS video by a Nobel Laureate in Physics is a very good video.
He says climate change is an expensive hoax. But what does he know about science.....

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TCy_UOjEir0&t=1384s



..I like the way he changes the "image" of people fleeing Africa. He is right, it is poverty they want to escape from. Africa's rains tend to be seasonal like Bangladesh and parts of India can have during the monsoon season. Reservoirs and cisterns might help to make better use of their resources.
..In the U.S. we use reservoirs for flood control along rivers like the Mississippi. When they are used for recreational purposes then they quit serving the purpose they were built for. This means low reservoir water levels are good.
..For reservoirs used for energy generation or a fresh water supply then obviously low water levels are not good.
09-05-2018 22:46
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... paging Ben Gamer .... Ben .... BENNN!
ah never mind.
Wherever he is now, if dried horses couldn't drag him away - fat chance updates from the Heartland Institute will.

"Giaever is currently a science advisor with American conservative and libertarian think tank, The Heartland Institute."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivar_Giaever
09-05-2018 22:58
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James___ wrote:
I like the way he changes the "image" of people fleeing Africa. He is right, it is poverty they want to escape from. Africa's rains tend to be seasonal like Bangladesh and parts of India can have during the monsoon season. Reservoirs and cisterns might help to make better use of their resources...In the U.S. we use reservoirs for flood control...


Tell us more about these 'reservoirs' that you speak of ... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HejBwiwVlXI

They like these ones ...?
How One Houston Suburb Ended Up in a Reservoir
https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2018/03/22/us/houston-harvey-flooding-reservoir.html

I hope they aren't heading for europe, the beach scenes after the swim at the end are gonna be tough.
10-05-2018 15:41
James___
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monckton wrote:
... paging Ben Gamer .... Ben .... BENNN!
ah never mind.
Wherever he is now, if dried horses couldn't drag him away - fat chance updates from the Heartland Institute will.

"Giaever is currently a science advisor with American conservative and libertarian think tank, The Heartland Institute."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivar_Giaever



..I like the link you shared. I'm going to save it so if my experiment is successful then we hybrids might not be the joke that people think we are.
..As for Europe;
http://en.rfi.fr/environment/20170805-france-feels-heat-experts-warn-climate-change-dangers

..Heat rising from the floor of the Greenland Sea https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130925102833.htm might be responsible for this. If so I think it's only going to get worse. Kind of why reducing the heat flow to Iceland and Greenland might matter.
..It's my personal opinion that deep faults and hydrothermal vents are opening and heating places like the Greenland Sea abyss. This heating might be responsible for the Gulf Stream flowing which is one way it can dump it's heat, think wind chill here. When the wind blows, it absorbs heat and when it slows it releases heat.
..I also think those might be able to be sealed or at least diminished in their ability to release heat. I think what I'm saying is that Europe might be hardest hit except for Great Britain. Great Britain might be far enough north to benefit from a warmer climate. http://time.com/4587163/climate-change-wine-united-kingdom/
Edited on 10-05-2018 16:22
10-05-2018 20:20
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
monckton wrote:
... paging Ben Gamer .... Ben .... BENNN!
ah never mind.
Wherever he is now, if dried horses couldn't drag him away - fat chance updates from the Heartland Institute will.

"Giaever is currently a science advisor with American conservative and libertarian think tank, The Heartland Institute."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivar_Giaever



..I like the link you shared. I'm going to save it so if my experiment is successful then we hybrids might not be the joke that people think we are.
..As for Europe;
http://en.rfi.fr/environment/20170805-france-feels-heat-experts-warn-climate-change-dangers

..Heat rising from the floor of the Greenland Sea https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130925102833.htm might be responsible for this. If so I think it's only going to get worse. Kind of why reducing the heat flow to Iceland and Greenland might matter.
..It's my personal opinion that deep faults and hydrothermal vents are opening and heating places like the Greenland Sea abyss. This heating might be responsible for the Gulf Stream flowing which is one way it can dump it's heat, think wind chill here. When the wind blows, it absorbs heat and when it slows it releases heat.
..I also think those might be able to be sealed or at least diminished in their ability to release heat. I think what I'm saying is that Europe might be hardest hit except for Great Britain. Great Britain might be far enough north to benefit from a warmer climate. http://time.com/4587163/climate-change-wine-united-kingdom/


The Gulf Stream doesn't go near Greenland.


The Parrot Killer
10-05-2018 20:46
James___
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Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
monckton wrote:
... paging Ben Gamer .... Ben .... BENNN!
ah never mind.
Wherever he is now, if dried horses couldn't drag him away - fat chance updates from the Heartland Institute will.

"Giaever is currently a science advisor with American conservative and libertarian think tank, The Heartland Institute."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivar_Giaever



..I like the link you shared. I'm going to save it so if my experiment is successful then we hybrids might not be the joke that people think we are.
..As for Europe;
http://en.rfi.fr/environment/20170805-france-feels-heat-experts-warn-climate-change-dangers

..Heat rising from the floor of the Greenland Sea https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130925102833.htm might be responsible for this. If so I think it's only going to get worse. Kind of why reducing the heat flow to Iceland and Greenland might matter.
..It's my personal opinion that deep faults and hydrothermal vents are opening and heating places like the Greenland Sea abyss. This heating might be responsible for the Gulf Stream flowing which is one way it can dump it's heat, think wind chill here. When the wind blows, it absorbs heat and when it slows it releases heat.
..I also think those might be able to be sealed or at least diminished in their ability to release heat. I think what I'm saying is that Europe might be hardest hit except for Great Britain. Great Britain might be far enough north to benefit from a warmer climate. http://time.com/4587163/climate-change-wine-united-kingdom/


The Gulf Stream doesn't go near Greenland.


Thank you for correcting me ITN. @All, the link includes a map showing where the Gulf Stream does go and once again, I'd like ti Thank ITN for correcting me. He is so very helpful that way.

http://news.psu.edu/story/349679/2015/03/24/research/scientists-weakening-gulf-stream-could-impact-marine-life-weather

..Gosh darn it all, this almost supports my belief that warm water from the Greenland Sea abyss is helping the Arctic to warm. As for the southerly red current in the Greenland Sea ? Might help to facilitate the new current hammering Prince Edward Island in Nova Scotia.
Edited on 10-05-2018 20:50
10-05-2018 23:03
James___
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The 2 currents the diagram of the Gulf Stream shows are recirculation gyres. When they flow up the west side of Greenland towards the Labrador Current, they will flow south towards Washington DC.
..And when water is heated by the earth and can't rise, it can accelerate and become a faster moving cold water current.
10-05-2018 23:36
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
monckton wrote:
... paging Ben Gamer .... Ben .... BENNN!
ah never mind.
Wherever he is now, if dried horses couldn't drag him away - fat chance updates from the Heartland Institute will.

"Giaever is currently a science advisor with American conservative and libertarian think tank, The Heartland Institute."
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ivar_Giaever



..I like the link you shared. I'm going to save it so if my experiment is successful then we hybrids might not be the joke that people think we are.
..As for Europe;
http://en.rfi.fr/environment/20170805-france-feels-heat-experts-warn-climate-change-dangers

..Heat rising from the floor of the Greenland Sea https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/09/130925102833.htm might be responsible for this. If so I think it's only going to get worse. Kind of why reducing the heat flow to Iceland and Greenland might matter.
..It's my personal opinion that deep faults and hydrothermal vents are opening and heating places like the Greenland Sea abyss. This heating might be responsible for the Gulf Stream flowing which is one way it can dump it's heat, think wind chill here. When the wind blows, it absorbs heat and when it slows it releases heat.
..I also think those might be able to be sealed or at least diminished in their ability to release heat. I think what I'm saying is that Europe might be hardest hit except for Great Britain. Great Britain might be far enough north to benefit from a warmer climate. http://time.com/4587163/climate-change-wine-united-kingdom/


The Gulf Stream doesn't go near Greenland.


Thank you for correcting me ITN. @All, the link includes a map showing where the Gulf Stream does go and once again, I'd like ti Thank ITN for correcting me. He is so very helpful that way.

http://news.psu.edu/story/349679/2015/03/24/research/scientists-weakening-gulf-stream-could-impact-marine-life-weather

..Gosh darn it all, this almost supports my belief that warm water from the Greenland Sea abyss is helping the Arctic to warm. As for the southerly red current in the Greenland Sea ? Might help to facilitate the new current hammering Prince Edward Island in Nova Scotia.

The Greenland current is a cold current that flows southward. It flows away from the Arctic.


The Parrot Killer
10-05-2018 23:38
Into the Night
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James___ wrote:
The 2 currents the diagram of the Gulf Stream shows are recirculation gyres. When they flow up the west side of Greenland towards the Labrador Current, they will flow south towards Washington DC.
..And when water is heated by the earth and can't rise, it can accelerate and become a faster moving cold water current.

The Gulf Stream doesn't flow south. It flows northwest. It doesn't 'return' to Washington DC.
The Gulf Stream doesn't flow near either the Greenland or Labrador current.


The Parrot Killer
11-05-2018 01:28
James___
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Into the Night wrote:
James___ wrote:
The 2 currents the diagram of the Gulf Stream shows are recirculation gyres. When they flow up the west side of Greenland towards the Labrador Current, they will flow south towards Washington DC.
..And when water is heated by the earth and can't rise, it can accelerate and become a faster moving cold water current.

The Gulf Stream doesn't flow south. It flows northwest. It doesn't 'return' to Washington DC.
The Gulf Stream doesn't flow near either the Greenland or Labrador current.



...You sound like a broken parrot that keeps repeating itself. Does not, does too, does not, does too, does not, does too, etc.
...I do think I am right though. I think you made this forum so you could fück with peoples minds. Your life must be pretty fücked up if you have nothing better to do.




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