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04-02-2021 17:42
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....
04-02-2021 19:27
keepit
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IBD,
"Rule 18" is a good example of your mental programming holding you back.
04-02-2021 19:48
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Swan wrote: Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic (singular) as they (plural) just change the question and answer in their own brain.....


Who's asking? I didn't say anything. Shut up, I'm not talking to us.


.


A Spaghetti strainer with the faucet running, retains water- tmiddles

Clouds don't trap heat. Clouds block cold. - Spongy Iris

Printing dollars to pay debt doesn't increase the number of dollars. - keepit

If Venus were a black body it would have a much much lower temperature than what we found there.- tmiddles

Ah the "Valid Data" myth of ITN/IBD. - tmiddles

Ceist - I couldn't agree with you more. But when money and religion are involved, and there are people who value them above all else, then the lies begin. - trafn

You are completely misunderstanding their use of the word "accumulation"! - Climate Scientist.

The Stefan-Boltzman equation doesn't come up with the correct temperature if greenhouse gases are not considered - Hank

:*sigh* Not the "raw data" crap. - Leafsdude

IB STILL hasn't explained what Planck's Law means. Just more hand waving that it applies to everything and more asserting that the greenhouse effect 'violates' it.- Ceist
04-02-2021 19:52
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote: Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic (singular) as they (plural) just change the question and answer in their own brain.....


Who's asking? I didn't say anything. Shut up, I'm not talking to us.


.



OK sir's, if you all say so
Edited on 04-02-2021 19:53
05-02-2021 09:37
duncan61
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Nice shooting Swan
05-02-2021 17:54
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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duncan61 wrote:
Nice shooting Swan


Thank you, thank you very much!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SxXdE7pBTjQ
05-02-2021 18:54
James___
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Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.
05-02-2021 23:49
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18
06-02-2021 00:19
James___
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Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/
06-02-2021 01:01
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons
06-02-2021 02:32
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground.

The SOTC doesn't have the power required.
Swan wrote:
Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons

Most fires in the SOTC are caused by man, not by God.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan
06-02-2021 03:08
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground.

The SOTC doesn't have the power required.
Swan wrote:
Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons

Most fires in the SOTC are caused by man, not by God.


LOL I do not understand your private psycho language. Nor should I, the fact that you believe that everyone knows what your private acronyms stand for shows just how deluded that you are.

PS Pumping water into the ground does not take a great deal of power actually.
Edited on 06-02-2021 03:09
06-02-2021 03:18
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground.

The SOTC doesn't have the power required.
Swan wrote:
Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons

Most fires in the SOTC are caused by man, not by God.


LOL I do not understand your private psycho language. Nor should I, the fact that you believe that everyone knows what your private acronyms stand for shows just how deluded that you are.

PS Pumping water into the ground does not take a great deal of power actually.

The Socialist Oligarchy of the Territory of California (SOTC)


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan
06-02-2021 03:26
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.
06-02-2021 15:19
James___
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.



If your plumbing is in decent shape, the well water is fine. With California, as you said, you're for drying up the rivers, I'm not.

@Swan, the drier ground becomes, the more storm runoff. As the ground gets drier, it absorbs less water. This is where areas that are prone to mudslides after unusually heavy rains shows ground that already had a lot of water in it.
06-02-2021 15:44
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.


The California water shortage is caused by a variety of things.

1. Too many people including retarded Mexicans who should not be there
2. Climatic conditions, parts of California are expanding into the central desert state conditions
3. Waste, that is clear as rivers still run into the ocean as people cry because they are too stupid to catch it.

As for aquifers, you need to understand that rain water is pure as contaminants are left out in the evaporation process and aquifers contain 100 percent rainwater, pumping water in just speeds up the process
06-02-2021 18:24
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.


The California water shortage is caused by a variety of things.

1. Too many people including retarded Mexicans who should not be there
2. Climatic conditions, parts of California are expanding into the central desert state conditions
3. Waste, that is clear as rivers still run into the ocean as people cry because they are too stupid to catch it.

As for aquifers, you need to understand that rain water is pure as contaminants are left out in the evaporation process and aquifers contain 100 percent rainwater, pumping water in just speeds up the process


Rainwater is far from 'pure', since it falls through an atmosphere, loaded with crap. There are particulates, dust, pollen, spores, just natural stuff. Nothing can really live or grow in the aquifers, because there is sunlight, or food. With the rainwater, you would be pumping in 'food', and things that don't require sunlight.

California has the resources, and could do a lot of things, to mitigate their environment problems. Unfortunately, they cost money, and need to be constantly maintained. Some, wouldn't fit in with their scenic views, they enjoy from the mansions they build on cliffs (which will eventually fall into the ocean, or burn in a wildfire). They prefer to be victims, and beg for federal disaster relief funds, rather than build 'eye sores' and 'scar' the scenic landscape with access roads. Man made bodies of fresh water, attract more people to move in, to live near them. Lakes are great, swimming, fishing, water skis, all kinds of fun things to do.
06-02-2021 18:46
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.


The California water shortage is caused by a variety of things.

1. Too many people including retarded Mexicans who should not be there
2. Climatic conditions, parts of California are expanding into the central desert state conditions
3. Waste, that is clear as rivers still run into the ocean as people cry because they are too stupid to catch it.

As for aquifers, you need to understand that rain water is pure as contaminants are left out in the evaporation process and aquifers contain 100 percent rainwater, pumping water in just speeds up the process


Rainwater is far from 'pure', since it falls through an atmosphere, loaded with crap. There are particulates, dust, pollen, spores, just natural stuff. Nothing can really live or grow in the aquifers, because there is sunlight, or food. With the rainwater, you would be pumping in 'food', and things that don't require sunlight.

California has the resources, and could do a lot of things, to mitigate their environment problems. Unfortunately, they cost money, and need to be constantly maintained. Some, wouldn't fit in with their scenic views, they enjoy from the mansions they build on cliffs (which will eventually fall into the ocean, or burn in a wildfire). They prefer to be victims, and beg for federal disaster relief funds, rather than build 'eye sores' and 'scar' the scenic landscape with access roads. Man made bodies of fresh water, attract more people to move in, to live near them. Lakes are great, swimming, fishing, water skis, all kinds of fun things to do.


If rainwater is captured in a clean container it is perfectly drinkable. LOL the rainwater is also falling thru the atmosphere that you are breathing.

Next

Did you see the mudslide that ran thru Dopras house

Whaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa



06-02-2021 19:24
keepit
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The thing about water is that it doesn't get destroyed. It just gets moved around. The problem is it isn't distributed evenly or sensibly.
07-02-2021 02:16
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.


The California water shortage is caused by a variety of things.

1. Too many people including retarded Mexicans who should not be there
2. Climatic conditions, parts of California are expanding into the central desert state conditions
3. Waste, that is clear as rivers still run into the ocean as people cry because they are too stupid to catch it.

As for aquifers, you need to understand that rain water is pure as contaminants are left out in the evaporation process and aquifers contain 100 percent rainwater, pumping water in just speeds up the process

Nope. The SOTC water shortage is caused by Democrats.
The SOTC population is dropping. A lot. There was always plenty of water, but the SOTC government removed dams, don't collect it, or encourage water hungry crops like almonds, rice, and fish farms.

The southern portion of the SOTC is a desert and always has been. They have to build dams and reservoirs for their water collection. The northern SOTC is upper plateau country, obtaining their water from the Siskiyou mountains and the Lassen wilderness.
All of the SOTC also gets water from the Sierra Nevada range.

But they waste it.


The Parrot Killer

Debunked in my sig. - tmiddles

Google keeps track of paranoid talk and i'm not on their list. I've been evaluated and certified. - keepit

nuclear powered ships do not require nuclear fuel. - Swan
07-02-2021 02:20
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
Swan wrote:
James___ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
James___ wrote: By the same argument the flat galactic rotation curves seem to suggest that each galaxy is surrounded by significant amounts of dark matter.

Rule #18: ALWAYS delete as invalid anything involving the words "seem to suggest."

.


Such a weak response using psychology that you demand proof of concept before considering the concept. It's like admitting defeat.


Actually it is impossible to defeat a schizophrenic as they just change the question and answer in their own brain.....



Sometimes I think they're in here because they don't get the attention they want in their political forum.


Could be however there are some real sickos who believe that the Earth will blow up in 10 years

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oHk8nn0nw18



I'm a registered Independent. I don't like either political party. Things that concern me is stuff like this; http://duwaterlawreview.com/crisis-on-the-high-plains-the-loss-of-americas-largest-aquifer-the-ogallala/


Aquifers are the simplest thing to replace by pumping some of the trillions of gallons of water that run into the ocean back underground. Anyone who thinks that there is a water shortage is just wrong, though God is burning California for good reasons


The water in aquifers is purified, since gets filtered quite a bit, as it seeps through the soil and rocks. Pumping ground water, or anything else in, introduces contaminants. You don't just contaminate the aquifer, but all the ground water around it. Everybody with a well, would need a purification system.

The California water shortage, is simply supply control, to drive up the price. Rather than spend money to manage their natural resources, they prefer to spend money of social engineering projects, or Institutes for Liberal Arts. Nearly 80% of California wildfires, are arson. Though, a little misleading, since most of those weren't intentionally set, the people who started them new what they were doing, was high risk. Mostly acts of negligence, and stupidity, or simply being democrats.


The California water shortage is caused by a variety of things.

1. Too many people including retarded Mexicans who should not be there
2. Climatic conditions, parts of California are expanding into the central desert state conditions
3. Waste, that is clear as rivers still run into the ocean as people cry because they are too stupid to catch it.

As for aquifers, you need to understand that rain water is pure as contaminants are left out in the evaporation process and aquifers contain 100 percent rainwater, pumping water in just speeds up the process


Rainwater is far from 'pure', since it falls through an atmosphere, loaded with crap. There are particulates, dust, pollen, spores, just natural stuff. Nothing can really live or grow in the aquifers, because there is sunlight, or food. With the rainwater, you would be pumping in 'food', and things that don't require sunlight.

California has the resources, and could do a lot of things, to mitigate their environment problems. Unfortunately, they cost money, and need to be constantly maintained. Some, wouldn't fit in with their scenic views, they enjoy from the mansions they build on cliffs (which will eventually fall into the ocean, or burn in a wildfire). They prefer to be victims, and beg for federal disaster relief funds, rather than build 'eye sores' and 'scar' the scenic landscape with access roads. Man made bodies of fresh water, attract more people to move in, to live near them. Lakes are great, swimming, fishing, water skis, all kinds of fun things to do.


Rain is not pure. You are right. Rain is naturally slightly acid. The water become alkaline as it flows along creeks, streams, and rivers.

The SOTC could collect all the water it needs, if it only had a mind to.


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07-02-2021 02:22
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keepit wrote:
The thing about water is that it doesn't get destroyed. It just gets moved around. The problem is it isn't distributed evenly or sensibly.

It isn't distributed much at all in the SOTC.

Oh. And water is destroyed...by things like electrolysis to make hydrogen fuel.


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Edited on 07-02-2021 02:23
07-02-2021 02:50
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Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
The thing about water is that it doesn't get destroyed. It just gets moved around. The problem is it isn't distributed evenly or sensibly.

It isn't distributed much at all in the SOTC.

Oh. And water is destroyed...by things like electrolysis to make hydrogen fuel.


You are certified alright
07-02-2021 03:14
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Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
The thing about water is that it doesn't get destroyed. It just gets moved around. The problem is it isn't distributed evenly or sensibly.

It isn't distributed much at all in the SOTC.

Oh. And water is destroyed...by things like electrolysis to make hydrogen fuel.

You are certified alright

This post of yours is spam. You contributed nothing of any value and even your dismissive insult implying that Into the Night is somehow mistaken is itself in error.

Your waste of bandwidth is not value-added.

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Electrolysis is very small in the total scheme of thing regarding water.
07-02-2021 03:41
SwanProfile picture★★★☆☆
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IBdaMann wrote:
Swan wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
keepit wrote:
The thing about water is that it doesn't get destroyed. It just gets moved around. The problem is it isn't distributed evenly or sensibly.

It isn't distributed much at all in the SOTC.

Oh. And water is destroyed...by things like electrolysis to make hydrogen fuel.

You are certified alright

This post of yours is spam. You contributed nothing of any value and even your dismissive insult implying that Into the Night is somehow mistaken is itself in error.

Your waste of bandwidth is not value-added.

.


Your concession is noted
07-02-2021 06:00
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keepit wrote:
The thing about water is that it doesn't get destroyed. It just gets moved around. The problem is it isn't distributed evenly or sensibly.


Nature doesn't think or feel... Mankind has to deal with what they are given, or build the tools, to improve the area the wish to inhabit. California has a wet season, and a dry season. During the dry season, they burn up half the state, leaving little to anchor and stabilize the soil. Then the wet season comes, turns the soil to mud, and gravity does it's thing. Takes about 5-7 years, before enough good burning underbrush accumulate, to support a decent wildfire, and repeat the traditional, stupid, routine. They could easily break the cycle, by building access roads, in to the frequent hot spots, where they have no choice, but to let burn and spread. They can clear permanent fire breaks, to reduce spread, and protect the populated areas. Those fire breaks, don't have to be bare ground, they could be used to save some rain water. Could be used for anything, but would also be handy for fighting wildfires. They would have fewer fires, if they enforced the laws in that state, and handed down some painful sentences. Community service isn't much of a deterrent...
07-02-2021 06:03
HarveyH55Profile picture★★★★★
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keepit wrote:
Electrolysis is very small in the total scheme of thing regarding water.


True, if you burn the Hydrogen, which water is produced as a byproduct... Not so much, if used for rocket fuel.
07-02-2021 06:08
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HarveyH55 wrote:
keepit wrote:
Electrolysis is very small in the total scheme of thing regarding water.


True, if you burn the Hydrogen, which water is produced as a byproduct... Not so much, if used for rocket fuel.



This is too simple. You can do better Harvey. It takes 2 electrons to produce one molecule of hydrogen. It's an expense vs realization type situation. Just giving you something to work with Harvey.
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