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"Why Is Everything Melting So Fast??"20-05-2018 01:36
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Jim White from the University of Colorado, on climate change, January 2018...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lgh3Obf4LeA


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20-05-2018 11:28
Tim the plumber
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3:15 "Humans move 10 times more dirt thanall natural rocesses."

Er, no. The Sahara moves wastly more sand around than all the activity of all other factors. Many orders of magnitude more.

The guy is a fool.

Edited on 20-05-2018 11:29
20-05-2018 14:04
moncktonProfile picture★★★☆☆
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You'll be telling us to play it backwards and listen to the satanic messages next.
21-05-2018 06:16
RenaissanceMan
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I have no intention of listening to seventy-five minutes of his lies and exaggeration.
He is off to a bad start, ascribing to humans all these horrors, and then calling India "a continent."
And he teaches impressionable youngsters?

His fraudulent photograph could not possibly show lights shining brightly on the Asian continent as well as daylight illuminating the cyclone said to be so huge.
21-05-2018 07:26
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RenaissanceMan wrote:
I have no intention of listening to seventy-five minutes of his lies and exaggeration.


Who's talking to you?
Have we met?


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