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Spread the word16-11-2009 17:53
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Let's make this site well-known throughout the web

If you have any ideas about where to write about Climate-Debate.com, let me know! Any blogs, organisations etc. that should be contacted?
As you may know, I started Klimadebat.dk (a danish climate debate just like this one) three years ago. It now has more than 15.000 posts and lots of users. So the same thing should definately be possible in english... But still I would like to get some tips...

PS. Sorry for any bad spelling/grammar that may occur. English is not my native language, so please tell me if you find any errors on the page.
RE: Welcome to the new members15-02-2011 21:30
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I'm glad to see that new members have started to use the site in the last day or two. Welcome to the forum - and please ask, if you have any questions! But please address each other in a civilized way - don't scare new users from joining the debate... I don't have much time now, but I can see that the language is on the tough side. I will have to delete posts if necessary.

Hopefully the activity could attract more members and thereby even more posts to discuss.
I have moved some of the threads to categories I find more adequate, but it's not always easy to find the right place.

Hayduke, if you want to quote something, please use both the opening and closing tag around the text to quote.
RE: November 16, 200911-11-2023 19:37
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branner wrote:
Let's make this site well-known throughout the web

If you have any ideas about where to write about Climate-Debate.com, let me know! Any blogs, organisations etc. that should be contacted?
As you may know, I started Klimadebat.dk (a danish climate debate just like this one) three years ago. It now has more than 15.000 posts and lots of users. So the same thing should definately be possible in english... But still I would like to get some tips...

PS. Sorry for any bad spelling/grammar that may occur. English is not my native language, so please tell me if you find any errors on the page.



This was posted on November 16, 2009.

1689 members. 107 new members joined after I did.

Yes, a similar site in Danish has even more members.

That Danish website is VERY similar to this one.

Only a handful of members actively participate. Like this site.

"..I would still like to get some tips."

Here is a tip.

If you are unwilling to supervise the public swimming pool you installed in your front yard, you need to hire a lifeguard or put a lock on the gate.

If you are unwilling to moderate your website, you need to delegate someone else to do it.

Otherwise, you just have just created an attractive nuisance that you are too ashamed to even acknowledge.

Does it fill you with pride when you see what your creation has grown into?

Why don't you try joining as a new member and see how well you get treated?
11-11-2023 23:49
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Im a BM wrote:
branner wrote:
Let's make this site well-known throughout the web

If you have any ideas about where to write about Climate-Debate.com, let me know! Any blogs, organisations etc. that should be contacted?
As you may know, I started Klimadebat.dk (a danish climate debate just like this one) three years ago. It now has more than 15.000 posts and lots of users. So the same thing should definately be possible in english... But still I would like to get some tips...

PS. Sorry for any bad spelling/grammar that may occur. English is not my native language, so please tell me if you find any errors on the page.



This was posted on November 16, 2009.

1689 members. 107 new members joined after I did.

Yes, a similar site in Danish has even more members.

That Danish website is VERY similar to this one.

Only a handful of members actively participate. Like this site.

"..I would still like to get some tips."

Here is a tip.

If you are unwilling to supervise the public swimming pool you installed in your front yard, you need to hire a lifeguard or put a lock on the gate.

If you are unwilling to moderate your website, you need to delegate someone else to do it.

Otherwise, you just have just created an attractive nuisance that you are too ashamed to even acknowledge.

Does it fill you with pride when you see what your creation has grown into?

Why don't you try joining as a new member and see how well you get treated?


Perhaps you aren't familiar with many forums. Those that are basically abandon by the owner are plagued with spam. Usually 'adult' products, porn, pills. The discussions often involve stuff not exactly legal, and often diverted to private messages for details.

The annoying, nothing illegal is posted. We get spammed, but it's basically harmless, and not a bot. Just some cult thing. Ridiculously priced 'books'.

Someone keeps this site clean, legal content, but little else. Safe place for 'kids' to play. Climate-change isn't as trendy as it once was. People were lied to for too many years, and got tired of it... We passed several of point-of-no-return dates, without reducing CO2. Actually adding quite a bit more. We've had some bad weather events, but nothing apocalyptic as predicted. The models, and marketing are failing to keep the fear and panic going. The whole scam is falling apart. Those electric vehicles are going to fail, as batteries will hold up production. Basically, the same battery packs are being used for battery walls, to offset higher electric bills. Solar and wind installation from 15-20 years ago, are failing, needing replacement. But solar panels, and windmill parts are at a premium. Just not cost effective to repair/replace.

The planet just isn't that sensitive, been around much longer than the humans. Industrial burning for a few centuries is that big of an influence.
11-11-2023 23:49
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Im a BM wrote:
branner wrote:
Let's make this site well-known throughout the web

If you have any ideas about where to write about Climate-Debate.com, let me know! Any blogs, organisations etc. that should be contacted?
As you may know, I started Klimadebat.dk (a danish climate debate just like this one) three years ago. It now has more than 15.000 posts and lots of users. So the same thing should definately be possible in english... But still I would like to get some tips...

PS. Sorry for any bad spelling/grammar that may occur. English is not my native language, so please tell me if you find any errors on the page.



This was posted on November 16, 2009.

1689 members. 107 new members joined after I did.

Yes, a similar site in Danish has even more members.

That Danish website is VERY similar to this one.

Only a handful of members actively participate. Like this site.

"..I would still like to get some tips."

Here is a tip.

If you are unwilling to supervise the public swimming pool you installed in your front yard, you need to hire a lifeguard or put a lock on the gate.

If you are unwilling to moderate your website, you need to delegate someone else to do it.

Otherwise, you just have just created an attractive nuisance that you are too ashamed to even acknowledge.

Does it fill you with pride when you see what your creation has grown into?

Why don't you try joining as a new member and see how well you get treated?


Perhaps you aren't familiar with many forums. Those that are basically abandon by the owner are plagued with spam. Usually 'adult' products, porn, pills. The discussions often involve stuff not exactly legal, and often diverted to private messages for details.

The annoying, nothing illegal is posted. We get spammed, but it's basically harmless, and not a bot. Just some cult thing. Ridiculously priced 'books'.

Someone keeps this site clean, legal content, but little else. Safe place for 'kids' to play. Climate-change isn't as trendy as it once was. People were lied to for too many years, and got tired of it... We passed several of point-of-no-return dates, without reducing CO2. Actually adding quite a bit more. We've had some bad weather events, but nothing apocalyptic as predicted. The models, and marketing are failing to keep the fear and panic going. The whole scam is falling apart. Those electric vehicles are going to fail, as batteries will hold up production. Basically, the same battery packs are being used for battery walls, to offset higher electric bills. Solar and wind installation from 15-20 years ago, are failing, needing replacement. But solar panels, and windmill parts are at a premium. Just not cost effective to repair/replace.

The planet just isn't that sensitive, been around much longer than the humans. Industrial burning for a few centuries is that big of an influence.




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