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27-04-2022 17:23
GretaGroupieProfile picture★★☆☆☆
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HarveyH55 wrote:
We each have a large assortment of other interests, and tend to share.

I like poetry Harvey and I wrote a high koo:

There once was a person named seelover
Who thoght climate change was real
He came to debate
And them met his fate
And now all he does is sqeel

(giggle
)


27-04-2022 19:15
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11759)
GretaGroupie wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
We each have a large assortment of other interests, and tend to share.

I like poetry Harvey and I wrote a high koo:

There once was a person named seelover
Who thoght climate change was real
He came to debate
And them met his fate
And now all he does is sqeel

(giggle
)


I appreciate poetry as well, and I only wish to encourage ... however ...

This is not a Haiku. This is a limerick.

There once was an Irish immigrant named Finnigan,
Who escaped from a prison in Michigan,
He committed crimes by the dozen,
He even stole from his cousin,
Which explains why he's right back in ag'in.


... but please, by all means, keep working on it.
27-04-2022 21:41
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3118)
GretaGroupie wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
We each have a large assortment of other interests, and tend to share.

I like poetry Harvey and I wrote a high koo:

There once was a person named seelover
Who thoght climate change was real
He came to debate
And them met his fate
And now all he does is sqeel

(giggle
)


Where has Climate gone?
Moraine Farms melting away.
Save us, dear Climate!
27-04-2022 22:27
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★★
(2431)
A wannabe scientist we call him seal over,
His brain is so scattered a bit of a rover.

Intellectual conversation he will not engage,
He only knows buzzwords, gibberbabble and rage.

So proud of his work gamma specing the clover.
28-04-2022 02:40
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11759)
GasGuzzler wrote:
A wannabe scientist we call him seal over,
His brain is so scattered a bit of a rover.

Intellectual conversation he will not engage,
He only knows buzzwords, gibberbabble and rage.

So proud of his work gamma specing the clover.




I was asked about my order by the auditor,
for a handheld gamma spectrometer
The Raymon10 was high on the worth,
I will save humanity and Earth,
and by night be disguised as the janitor.


.
28-04-2022 02:57
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11759)
gfm7175 wrote:
GretaGroupie wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:
We each have a large assortment of other interests, and tend to share.

I like poetry Harvey and I wrote a high koo:

There once was a person named seelover
Who thoght climate change was real
He came to debate
And them met his fate
And now all he does is sqeel

(giggle
)


Where has Climate gone?
Moraine Farms melting away.
Save us, dear Climate!


squeal over wrote: A toxic witch's brew will be the immediate result, although capable of rapid self attenuation. An exceptionally high pH initial mix could contain toxic concentrations of arsenic, boron, selenium, even hexavalent chromium (of natural origin).



Ralph had discovered : 5
Hexavalent Chromium :7
A toxic witch's brew :5


28-04-2022 03:23
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
(11759)
gfm7175 wrote:
Where has Climate gone?
Moraine Farms melting away.
Save us, dear Climate!


squeal over wrote: These sick sociopaths have no other option that they are aware of.
A dopamine rush for the WORST behavior.


It's a dopamine rush. :5
It's what sociopaths do. :7
The WORST behavior. :5

Attached image:

28-04-2022 06:55
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★★
(2431)
IBdaMann wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
A wannabe scientist we call him seal over,
His brain is so scattered a bit of a rover.

Intellectual conversation he will not engage,
He only knows buzzwords, gibberbabble and rage.

So proud of his work gamma specing the clover.




I was asked about my order by the auditor,
for a handheld gamma spectrometer
The Raymon10 was high on the worth,
I will save humanity and Earth,
and by night be disguised as the janitor.


.


seal over said he MUST go high tech,
So IBdaMann bought the BEST gamma spec.
With their life savings spent his wife got REALLY pissed.
She hit and she kicked as she hollered and HISSED.
And with her crushing right hook he's out cold on the DECK.


I just make shit up- sealover
Edited on 28-04-2022 06:56
28-04-2022 15:59
GretaGroupieProfile picture★★☆☆☆
(348)
We should rename this Climate-Poetry.com

Where has all the climate gone
All of those gases
Where has all the climate gone
So long ago

Where has all the climate gone
Gone to seelovers grasping
When will he ever learn
When will he ever learn
When will he eeeeeeeeeeeeeever learn

(the prof made me listen to the mamas ans the papas - yuk!)


28-04-2022 17:39
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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GasGuzzler wrote:seal over said he MUST go high tech,
So IBdaMann bought the BEST gamma spec.
With their life savings spent his wife got REALLY pissed.
She hit and she kicked as she hollered and HISSED.
And with her crushing right hook he's out cold on the DECK.


squeal over was pitching his panic
GasGuzzler relaxed in his hammock
Twas just a matter of when
They'd call on old Sven
To testify that carbon's not organic.


28-04-2022 23:15
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★★
(2431)
Sven was so brilliant and no PhD!
"There is no acid in oceans or sea!"
The jury was quiet and heard every word
They all agreed that sqeal over's absurd.
Climate change is a hoax was the final decree.

It was no doubt a big court win
And Sven came over for grilled loin and gin.
He drank all my beer with potatoes and toast
But I'm sure it was me who enjoyed it the most
sqeal over is done, God will deal with his sin
Edited on 29-04-2022 00:04
29-04-2022 16:35
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
(3118)
GasGuzzler wrote:
Sven was so brilliant and no PhD!
"There is no acid in oceans or sea!"
The jury was quiet and heard every word
They all agreed that sqeal over's absurd.
Climate change is a hoax was the final decree.

It was no doubt a big court win
And Sven came over for grilled loin and gin.
He drank all my beer with potatoes and toast
But I'm sure it was me who enjoyed it the most
sqeal over is done, God will deal with his sin


This news is very warming to my heart
More relieving than releasing a big fart
It is the best news that I've ever heard
Only behind God's saving Word
Squeal over lost big, now cashiers at Wal-Mart

I swung by Wal-Mart for a peek
at Squeal over and the goods I seek
I'm from Wisconsin, haven't ya heard?
With seas of milk and the best cheese curd
Squeal over's squeal is now but a squeak.
29-04-2022 17:43
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★★
(2431)
gfm7175 wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Sven was so brilliant and no PhD!
"There is no acid in oceans or sea!"
The jury was quiet and heard every word
They all agreed that sqeal over's absurd.
Climate change is a hoax was the final decree.

It was no doubt a big court win
And Sven came over for grilled loin and gin.
He drank all my beer with potatoes and toast
But I'm sure it was me who enjoyed it the most
sqeal over is done, God will deal with his sin


This news is very warming to my heart
More relieving than releasing a big fart
It is the best news that I've ever heard
Only behind God's saving Word
Squeal over lost big, now cashiers at Wal-Mart

I swung by Wal-Mart for a peek
at Squeal over and the goods I seek
I'm from Wisconsin, haven't ya heard?
With seas of milk and the best cheese curd
Squeal over's squeal is now but a squeak.


Nice.



I just make shit up- sealover
29-04-2022 17:50
GretaGroupieProfile picture★★☆☆☆
(348)
gfm7175 wrote:
This news is very warming to my heart
More relieving than releasing a big fart
It is the best news that I've ever heard
Only behind God's saving Word
Squeal over lost big, now cashiers at Wal-Mart

I swung by Wal-Mart for a peek
at Squeal over and the goods I seek
I'm from Wisconsin, haven't ya heard?
With seas of milk and the best cheese curd
Squeal over's squeal is now but a squeak.


Wow what great poems everyone but GFM I am amazed at your use of the word fart!

We are such a creative group.

Good job eveyone



29-04-2022 18:12
gfm7175Profile picture★★★★★
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Thank you kindly, both of you. I feel it is appropriate to do one of ITN's "humble bows"...

**humble bow**
29-04-2022 18:54
GasGuzzlerProfile picture★★★★★
(2431)
"Don't talk physics, I will be snoring.
Acidification of the ocean is soaring!
I will only copy and paste.
Defining my buzzwords, of time such a waste!"
Sorry you find my library boring."
Edited on 29-04-2022 18:56
RE: An example of how to do it well03-05-2022 23:04
sealover
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An example of how to do it well

I was very new to this site when James posted this.

I was impressed, but humbled.

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I think actually a few of these individuals were banned from a political forum and found a home here. I think I do understand the basis of natural climate change. It's as ITN once told me, I can't understand the Gulf Stream if I haven't been there. And yet I have sailed it on a freighter.
At the moment, IMO the entire climate debate became politicized when Al Gore got involved. With that said, it should actually be a discussion which isn't happening. Debates are about winning an argument. And what most people who are concerned with climate change do not consider, what about sustainability or conservation? These guys hate me because they say I'm an environmentalist.
That's worse than saying climate change or we need to lower CO2. They simply don't understand what they're talking about because they were exiled from a political forum.[/quote][/quote]


There are basically 2 issues. How to change a political debate into a discussion?
And many people will not want to change their political view.
The 2nd issue is the science can be complicated. There are natural variations to regional climate variations. As an example, in another 100 to 200 years, the Delaware River will probably start freezing over again like it did in the mid 1700's.
Astrophysics actually explains that or just understanding moment of inertia. Basically if you have something that weighs 5.972 × 10^24 kg and rotates at 460 meters/second and orbits the Sun at 29.8 km/s, how does a shift of its mass influence those numbers?
With astrophysics then understanding the orbital velocity and the acceleration of the Sun's gravity needs to be considered. Then after this, how do aerosols influence the ozone layer? Then there's depletion of ground water, denuding forests, etc. which change refraction.
With refraction, a desert refracts light differently than a green space. Also vegetation absorbs solar radiation and converts CO2 and H2O into C6H12O6 while also creating fiber.
Basically there is no simple easy to understand answer.[/quote]

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HOLY COW!

I am humbled.

Truth is I AM arrogant, and didn't think any of my peers were here yet.

This is MASTERFUL!

A complete clear science lesson in a single paragraph.

COVERS IT ALL!

God, man. You are GOOD at this.

And you know what else is cool about it?

Both of us know what all the buzzword gibber babble means!

The trolls will have no idea what we are talking about.

And YOU are GOOD at this.

Holy cow!

Kudos![/quote]

This last section of the post was sealover responding to James.
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