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Revelations?14-10-2019 00:07
HarveyH55
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Tonight, we have the Hunter's Moon. No relation to Biden... And it sort of started me thing about biblical stuff, and I was wondering if there is Climate Change, Book of Revelations online, or a timeline of events we can expect to see, as travel down the path toward the Apocalypse. The IPCC assessment report is full of doomsday prophecy, well that's mostly what it contains, along with the marketing hype. Basically, I was looking for sort of a graphic, with dates, and events, to preserve. I don't think Al Gore is going to make another movie, with failed predictions again. I'd like something we could all pull up in 20 years, to show how far off the prediction were in 2019. The melting ice caps and glaciers never happened as predicted, not even during the hottest summer(s), and seem to re-freeze every winter, as usual. No sign of disappearing.

So far, I've only dug up a timeline from past to present, the pseudo-proves, that global warming is real. All the future stuff, is single focus, meaningless graphs, and some of those screenshots from the IPCC simulation machines. Pretty pictures, with no actual information attached. Just started looking, I'm sure there has to be something, it's a religion, an prophecy is important, and needs to be presented vaguely, an for the simple-minded.
14-10-2019 02:34
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Tonight, we have the Hunter's Moon. No relation to Biden... And it sort of started me thing about biblical stuff, and I was wondering if there is Climate Change, Book of Revelations online, or a timeline of events we can expect to see, as travel down the path toward the Apocalypse. The IPCC assessment report is full of doomsday prophecy, well that's mostly what it contains, along with the marketing hype. Basically, I was looking for sort of a graphic, with dates, and events, to preserve. I don't think Al Gore is going to make another movie, with failed predictions again. I'd like something we could all pull up in 20 years, to show how far off the prediction were in 2019. The melting ice caps and glaciers never happened as predicted, not even during the hottest summer(s), and seem to re-freeze every winter, as usual. No sign of disappearing.

So far, I've only dug up a timeline from past to present, the pseudo-proves, that global warming is real. All the future stuff, is single focus, meaningless graphs, and some of those screenshots from the IPCC simulation machines. Pretty pictures, with no actual information attached. Just started looking, I'm sure there has to be something, it's a religion, an prophecy is important, and needs to be presented vaguely, an for the simple-minded.

The bad news is that there is no standardized theology between Global Warming sects, i.e. each one interprets the words of their preferred authorities differently, just like different Christian sects have different interpretations of "the end of the world."

The more bad news is that the forces of politics cause a divergence of views, not a convergence, which is what you see with sects of any religious faith, i.e. they multiply in number with ever growing difference in views. All of this occurs within the context of organizations like the IPCC desperately trying to build credibility so they keep pushing the end of the world further and further into the future (e.g. "by the end of the century") while politicians need urgency now! ... and keep pushing the end of the world sooner and sooner (e.g. within twelve years). Then you have competing Climate Scientists arguing theological debates as inputs to differing Global Warming sects ...

... and the result is that rolling dice is the safest way to speculate what any sect's view will be.

... and once stated, warmizombies are likely to be quick to delete their "predictions" from any available websites.

Oh, and Harvey, it is worth pointing out that the IPCC doesn't make predictions. They would never be that stupid. Predictions can (and will) turn out to be incorrect and they would not survive even a single equivocation. Instead, the IPCC states "levels of certainty" for "things that are possible." If you ever read an IPCC report carefully, the most you will get is something to the effect of "we are extremely confident that a 3-dgree temperature rise is possible." Well, they could just as well write "a 3-degree temperature rise is possibe" ... of course everyone reading it would respond "yeah ... and?"

I don't mean to throw a wet blanket on your search but I don't think anything like what you describe exists.

The best you are going to do is The Manual. Sorry.


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