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04-12-2022 17:22
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James_ wrote:
Nielsenbr56 wrote:
Hi Sealover. Well there are geological tracts that are independent indications of glaciation, so I haven't heard of a theory that there are no sea level or temperature variations, and the use of . In fact, it was the expectation that the next ice age would soon start that had Callendar proposing in his CO2 GW paper to increase CO2 production in order to stabilise the climate - keeping it warm.
Snow falls over Antarctica and is slowly converted to ice. Stable isotopes of oxygen (Oxygen [16, 18] and hydrogen [D/H]) are trapped in the ice in ice cores. The stable isotopes are measured in ice through a mass spectrometer. Measuring changing concentrations of δD and δ18O through time in layers through an ice core provides a detailed record of temperature change, going back hundreds of thousands of years.
Since the same technique matches recent temperatures, the technique is considered accurate and shows that the Earth is mostly an icy planet, with only short periods of warming. I produced a logarithmic response equation, also taking into account NASA's claim that the Earth would be at -18degC if CO2 was essentially zero, and fit it through Callander's data. Of course, this predicts the IPCC expectations closely (about 1.7degC rise for a doubling of CO2) but doesn't fit the measured data from ice cores (190ppm and 8 degC). Frankly, it's a real stretch to think you can link GW to a single atmospheric component, but it makes for good money-making opportunities (I made $350k out of it via government grant! Those troll's tax dollars at work - thanks, guys!). The equation is: y=3.2563ln(x)-3.0323, where x is the concentration of CO2 in ppm (from 0.01) and y is temperature in degC.




Frankly, it's a real stretch to think you can link GW to a single atmospheric component, but it makes for good money-making opportunities (I made $350k out of it via government grant! Those troll's tax dollars at work - thanks, guys!).



That viewpoint of yours discredits you as far as science goes. You admit to being a con artist. When sealover said that soil can show climate in the past, it also shows temperature and moisture content of the atmosphere.
When northern Africa's climate changed, this seems to have occurred when the Mediterranean Sea filled. Before 7,500 years ago the Mediterranean Sea would fill and then go dry. This is because there was no Strait of Gibraltar.
The changing climate around the Mediterranean Sea also coincides with the end of the Old Kingdom in Egypt. At that time they had a 100 year long mega-drought.
There is also regional climate variance that goes from the Roman Warm Period through to the current warming. And yet I can say IMO that ozone depletion is what has influenced the current warming. And it is not a stretch to say that. Apparently you don't understand atmospheric chemistry and how that can influence the thermohaline circulation and warmer ocean temperatures.
The link is to my website https://climate-cycling.com/
What most people don't understand was that in the IPCC's 2001 report on climate change they stated that the warming between 1920 and 1945 was regional climate variance which was correct. They also said that warming after 1978 was global warming and explained why the 2 warming periods were different.
Then in their 2013 report they said that the warming that started in 1920 never stopped when it did between 1945 and 1978. And with ozone depletion I say UV radiation heats the oceans and that is why ozone depletion could raise ocean temperatures globally.
Also gasses like CO2 and other emissions raise the amount of kinetic energy in the Earth's atmosphere. KE = heat as in KE = 3/2kT where k is the Boltzmann constant and T is the temperature in kelvin. Yep, I just linked climate change to a single atmospheric component, ozone depletion while other things can also influence warming.


Isn't 1978 the same year the switch to satellite temperature measurements? That's also about the same time the ozone hole was declared 'fixed'...
04-12-2022 21:57
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Nielsenbr56 wrote:
Well it seems there is some interest in proper scientific debate,

There is no such thing as 'scientific debate'. Science is not debate. Science is a set of falsifiable theories. You are still ignoring one of them: The 1st law of thermodynamics.
Nielsenbr56 wrote:
so I think it's feasible to set up a site to provide that.

So you want to set up a site where you get to talk to yourself. What fun(?).
Nielsenbr56 wrote:
To eliminate the trolls that site would require 100 point identification, and use video interviews. It's unlikely any trolls would want to reveal their identity, much less where they live - it's often the anonymity that allows them free rein.

Oooooh. One with paranoia in spades!

Sealover isn't anonymous. A fair number of people know exactly who he is. He told everyone here.


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04-12-2022 21:59
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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Nielsenbr56 wrote:
The problem is you don't find any answer acceptable to fit your world view, so discussion is useless with you. It's just like flat earthers - or religious people - despite overwhelming evidence, they do not accept rational explanations or measurements. Understand this is your problem, no-one can fix it for you, partly due to the above and partly we don't give a damn that you don't understand - you're just insignificant. WE'RE NOT HERE TO TEACH/CONVINCE YOU OF ANYTHING! Clear enough?

Insult fallacies. No argument presented.

I understand you very well. I've dealt with you religious nuts for a very long time now. You blame everyone else for YOUR problem. You pull random numbers out of the air and call it 'measurements'. You push your religion including all of it's paradoxes and call it 'rational explanation'. You condemn all non-believers of your religion, considering your own religion The Proof (fundamentalism).

I understand your religious fundamentalism very well. I understand the laws of physics you continue to ignore, discard, and deny. I understand the mathematics you continue to ignore, discard, and deny.

You are hear to teach, but you ARE here to try to convince. You are preaching, not teaching.

You are repetitious (a fallacy in it's own right). You try to impress people with larger and larger truckloads of buzzwords. You impress nobody but yourself. Your own arrogance is your own worst enemy. You are a fundamentalist...a nothing.


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Edited on 04-12-2022 22:06
05-12-2022 02:47
James_
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HarveyH55 wrote:


Isn't 1978 the same year the switch to satellite temperature measurements? That's also about the same time the ozone hole was declared 'fixed'...



And yet glaciers melting has been documented which supports warming. The ozone layer will be depleted until about the middle of the century. It did start recovering around 2000 - 2010.
I think heatwaves in France and Spain over the last few years shows the Gulf Stream is giving up heat IMO. When the Gulf Stream cools then the arctic will probably starting cooling as well. Then the North Atlantic will be heading towards another cool period which the Little Ice Age was a part of a cool period.
05-12-2022 05:36
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote:
HarveyH55 wrote:


Isn't 1978 the same year the switch to satellite temperature measurements? That's also about the same time the ozone hole was declared 'fixed'...



And yet glaciers melting has been documented

Where?
James_ wrote:
which supports warming.

It is not possible to measure the temperature of the Earth.
James_ wrote:
The ozone layer will be depleted

The ozone layer is not depleted. It never was.
James_ wrote:
until about the middle of the century. It did start recovering around 2000 - 2010.

Recovering from what?
James_ wrote:
I think heatwaves in France and Spain over the last few years shows the Gulf Stream is giving up heat IMO.

The Gulf Stream is not located near France or Spain.
James_ wrote:
When the Gulf Stream cools then the arctic will probably starting cooling as well.

The Gulf Stream is not located in the Arctic.
James_ wrote:
Then the North Atlantic will be heading towards another cool period which the Little Ice Age was a part of a cool period.

The Gulf Stream is not located near the UK.


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

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
Edited on 05-12-2022 05:37
05-12-2022 07:16
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05-12-2022 07:21
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:When the Gulf Stream cools then the arctic will probably starting cooling as well.

The Gulf Stream is not located in the Arctic.

What James__ is saying is that the Arctic and the Gulf Stream are entangled. That's why the Arctic is full of ice qubits.
05-12-2022 15:53
James_
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IBdaMann wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:When the Gulf Stream cools then the arctic will probably starting cooling as well.

The Gulf Stream is not located in the Arctic.

What James__ is saying is that the Arctic and the Gulf Stream are entangled. That's why the Arctic is full of ice qubits.



That's kind of like my science experiment, it might show where the Van Allen radiation belts and the Earth's atmosphere are entangled. The problem is when scientists say;
It turns out that roughly 68% of the universe is dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 27%. The rest - everything on Earth, everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter - adds up to less than 5% of the universe.
https://science.nasa.gov/astrophysics/focus-areas/what-is-dark-energy


Would you believe scientists do not know how to find dark matter/energy when the universe is composed of it? What are they saying? That they don't know where the universe is?

Edited on 05-12-2022 16:02
05-12-2022 16:01
James_
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Into the Night wrote:

The Gulf Stream is not located near the UK.


The Gulf Stream actually flows past (going north) England and then has a gyre that flows south of England into the North Sea.
Although when the Meridional Overturning Circulation moves further south, less warm water from the Gulf Stream and the air it warms will flow into the arctic.
This is an example of thermodynamics. And with the thermohaline circulation, when cold water on the sea floor rises it allows cooling waters to sink. This is a physical entanglement because where warm water from the seafloor is rising it is creating a flow along the seafloor. Basically speaking the thermohaline circulation is a heat engine.
This is where it can be asked if deep sea faults help to warm it so warm water will rise. This could be something like El Nino.
https://education.nationalgeographic.org/resource/el-nino
05-12-2022 16:36
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote: That's kind of like my science experiment, it might show where the Van Allen radiation belts and the Earth's atmosphere are entangled.

Which experiment are you performing? I hope this isn't being done at the expense of your Bessler wheel. You still have a rotation to achieve.

James_ wrote: Would you believe scientists do not know how to find dark matter/energy when the universe is composed of it?

If my project works out, I'll patent a new automotive wrapping material that is 62% dark matter and 38% carbon fiber. The material has a unique solid-ephemeral quality. I'll be able to have a life.

James_ wrote:What are they saying? That they don't know where the universe is?

I think what they are saying is that they don't know where the Van Allen belt ends and the entanglement begins.
05-12-2022 18:55
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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Has Nielsenbr56 fled again? To date, he hasn't posted any science and it doesn't appear that he ever intends to, probably because he doesn't know any ... and he isn't very proficient in the posting department either.

Has anyone asked Nielsenbr56 if he'd like some instruction on either science or posting? He might be making a "cry for help." Let's help him out if he happens to wander by.
05-12-2022 20:48
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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IBdaMann wrote:
With so many hard inquiries into my credit, I figured one more wouldn't hurt. I applied for Into the Night's "One Universe" card. Did anyone know he has a credit card?

Anyway, this card markets the security angle. After establishing my normal spending routines, anytime the card is used, the activity is compared against an exhaustive fallacy database and dishonest arguments are shut down immediately. I cannot be held liable for any bogus positions that are assigned to me.

Security monitoring watches for any circular arguments, which are themselves not a problem, but any attempts to prove those purchases were made are also shut down immediately.

Additionally, any merchants who claim to know that I made purchases in the distant, unobserved past will be required to provide evidence that they were there, otherwise those charges are summarily dismissed. If the activity remains undefined, they cannot be included on the bill.

There are other benefits, but the documentation is long because none of it is merely referenced in any holy links.

.



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

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
05-12-2022 20:49
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote:
IBdaMann wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:When the Gulf Stream cools then the arctic will probably starting cooling as well.

The Gulf Stream is not located in the Arctic.

What James__ is saying is that the Arctic and the Gulf Stream are entangled. That's why the Arctic is full of ice qubits.



That's kind of like my science experiment, it might show where the Van Allen radiation belts and the Earth's atmosphere are entangled. The problem is when scientists say;
It turns out that roughly 68% of the universe is dark energy. Dark matter makes up about 27%. The rest - everything on Earth, everything ever observed with all of our instruments, all normal matter - adds up to less than 5% of the universe.
https://science.nasa.gov/astrophysics/focus-areas/what-is-dark-energy


Would you believe scientists do not know how to find dark matter/energy when the universe is composed of it? What are they saying? That they don't know where the universe is?

The Van Allen belts are not in the atmosphere.


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

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
05-12-2022 20:52
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:

The Gulf Stream is not located near the UK.


The Gulf Stream actually flows past (going north) England and then has a gyre that flows south of England into the North Sea.

The Gulf Stream does not glow anywhere near England.
James_ wrote:
Although when the Meridional Overturning Circulation moves further south, less warm water from the Gulf Stream and the air it warms will flow into the arctic.

The Gulf Stream does not flow anywhere near the arctic.
James_ wrote:
This is an example of thermodynamics.

No, this is an example of your illiteracy in geography.
James_ wrote:
And with the thermohaline circulation, when cold water on the sea floor rises it allows cooling waters to sink. This is a physical entanglement because where warm water from the seafloor is rising it is creating a flow along the seafloor. Basically speaking the thermohaline circulation is a heat engine.
This is where it can be asked if deep sea faults help to warm it so warm water will rise. This could be something like El Nino.

So the Sun doesn't warm ocean water, eh?


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

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
06-12-2022 00:01
James_
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Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:

The Gulf Stream is not located near the UK.


The Gulf Stream actually flows past (going north) England and then has a gyre that flows south of England into the North Sea.

The Gulf Stream does not glow anywhere near England.
James_ wrote:
Although when the Meridional Overturning Circulation moves further south, less warm water from the Gulf Stream and the air it warms will flow into the arctic.

The Gulf Stream does not flow anywhere near the arctic.
James_ wrote:
This is an example of thermodynamics.

No, this is an example of your illiteracy in geography.
James_ wrote:
And with the thermohaline circulation, when cold water on the sea floor rises it allows cooling waters to sink. This is a physical entanglement because where warm water from the seafloor is rising it is creating a flow along the seafloor. Basically speaking the thermohaline circulation is a heat engine.
This is where it can be asked if deep sea faults help to warm it so warm water will rise. This could be something like El Nino.

So the Sun doesn't warm ocean water, eh?



You mean you can't sea (pun intended except for ITN) red (heat)?

El Nino can warm the ocean just as the Sun can. Its periodicity suggests a deep sea fault. Think Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.
06-12-2022 00:05
James_
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IBdaMann wrote:


James_ wrote: Would you believe scientists do not know how to find dark matter/energy when the universe is composed of it?

If my project works out, I'll patent a new automotive wrapping material that is 62% dark matter and 38% carbon fiber. The material has a unique solid-ephemeral quality. I'll be able to have a life.



You're getting ahead of things. FTL (fatser than light) travel will require reproducing an effect that mimics dark matter. As Bruce Lee said, Be water my friend. He understood this in the 1960's when Start Trek first aired.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cJMwBwFj5nQ&t=1s
06-12-2022 00:37
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:

The Gulf Stream is not located near the UK.


The Gulf Stream actually flows past (going north) England and then has a gyre that flows south of England into the North Sea.

The Gulf Stream does not glow anywhere near England.
James_ wrote:
Although when the Meridional Overturning Circulation moves further south, less warm water from the Gulf Stream and the air it warms will flow into the arctic.

The Gulf Stream does not flow anywhere near the arctic.
James_ wrote:
This is an example of thermodynamics.

No, this is an example of your illiteracy in geography.
James_ wrote:
And with the thermohaline circulation, when cold water on the sea floor rises it allows cooling waters to sink. This is a physical entanglement because where warm water from the seafloor is rising it is creating a flow along the seafloor. Basically speaking the thermohaline circulation is a heat engine.
This is where it can be asked if deep sea faults help to warm it so warm water will rise. This could be something like El Nino.

So the Sun doesn't warm ocean water, eh?



You mean you can't sea (pun intended except for ITN) red (heat)?

El Nino can warm the ocean just as the Sun can.

El Nino is not an energy source. It can't warm the ocean. El Nino is caused by a current.
James_ wrote:
Its periodicity suggests a deep sea fault.

Nope. El Nino is not warming of the ocean.
James_ wrote:
Think Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.

Yellowstone National Park isn't in any sea.


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

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
06-12-2022 01:42
James_
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Into the Night wrote:


El Nino can warm the ocean just as the Sun can.

El Nino is not an energy source. It can't warm the ocean. El Nino is caused by a current.
James_ wrote:
Its periodicity suggests a deep sea fault.

Nope. El Nino is not warming of the ocean.
James_ wrote:
Think Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.

Yellowstone National Park isn't in any sea.[/quote]


Are you saying that a 2 year old kid doesn't have any energy? And now you're saying that the sea of magma beneath Yellowstone is not a sea? Can you define a sea and what constitutes a liquid? Hmm?
To be technical, a sea is a body of liquid. A liquid is the form matter takes between when it is a solid (like your head, quite dense I hear) and a gas.
I know, it's a bay like the Hudson Bay that the Labrador Current cools and where white whales migrated to when the waters adjacent to southern Greenland warmed suddenly in 1920.
You got me Sheriff RoyBoy.
Edited on 06-12-2022 01:44
06-12-2022 02:32
Into the NightProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:


El Nino can warm the ocean just as the Sun can.

El Nino is not an energy source. It can't warm the ocean. El Nino is caused by a current.
James_ wrote:
Its periodicity suggests a deep sea fault.

Nope. El Nino is not warming of the ocean.
James_ wrote:
Think Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.

Yellowstone National Park isn't in any sea.



Are you saying that a 2 year old kid doesn't have any energy? And now you're saying that the sea of magma beneath Yellowstone is not a sea? Can you define a sea and what constitutes a liquid? Hmm?
To be technical, a sea is a body of liquid. A liquid is the form matter takes between when it is a solid (like your head, quite dense I hear) and a gas.
I know, it's a bay like the Hudson Bay that the Labrador Current cools and where white whales migrated to when the waters adjacent to southern Greenland warmed suddenly in 1920.
You got me Sheriff RoyBoy.[/quote]
They didn't.

Semantics fallacies.


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

While it is true that fossils do not burn it is also true that fossil fuels burn very well - Swan
06-12-2022 03:15
James_
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Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:


El Nino can warm the ocean just as the Sun can.

El Nino is not an energy source. It can't warm the ocean. El Nino is caused by a current.
James_ wrote:
Its periodicity suggests a deep sea fault.

Nope. El Nino is not warming of the ocean.
James_ wrote:
Think Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.

Yellowstone National Park isn't in any sea.



Are you saying that a 2 year old kid doesn't have any energy? And now you're saying that the sea of magma beneath Yellowstone is not a sea? Can you define a sea and what constitutes a liquid? Hmm?
To be technical, a sea is a body of liquid. A liquid is the form matter takes between when it is a solid (like your head, quite dense I hear) and a gas.
I know, it's a bay like the Hudson Bay that the Labrador Current cools and where white whales migrated to when the waters adjacent to southern Greenland warmed suddenly in 1920.
You got me Sheriff RoyBoy.

They didn't.

Semantics fallacies.


OMG, you're using a double plural on me. This really sucks that I have to go easy on you. I mean why does warm water from, it's not Australia or the Philippines but is from Oceania.
From that region what can increase warming in the Pacific Ocean? It's not Tecumseh or the Duwamish River. Not the Plchuck either. This influences the northern current of the Pacific into the Salish Sea.
So really, what are we talking about? And please don't say the Maori. We're not talking New Zealand, okay?

p.s., Tecumseh was merely a warrior and not a chief like Chief Wahunsenacawh. He was also known as Chief Powhatan but that might've been an English thing.
Edited on 06-12-2022 03:18
08-12-2022 05:39
James_
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James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
James_ wrote:
Into the Night wrote:


El Nino can warm the ocean just as the Sun can.

El Nino is not an energy source. It can't warm the ocean. El Nino is caused by a current.
James_ wrote:
Its periodicity suggests a deep sea fault.

Nope. El Nino is not warming of the ocean.
James_ wrote:
Think Old Faithful in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, USA.

Yellowstone National Park isn't in any sea.



Are you saying that a 2 year old kid doesn't have any energy? And now you're saying that the sea of magma beneath Yellowstone is not a sea? Can you define a sea and what constitutes a liquid? Hmm?
To be technical, a sea is a body of liquid. A liquid is the form matter takes between when it is a solid (like your head, quite dense I hear) and a gas.
I know, it's a bay like the Hudson Bay that the Labrador Current cools and where white whales migrated to when the waters adjacent to southern Greenland warmed suddenly in 1920.
You got me Sheriff RoyBoy.

They didn't.

Semantics fallacies.


OMG, you're using a double plural on me. This really sucks that I have to go easy on you. I mean why does warm water from, it's not Australia or the Philippines but is from Oceania.
From that region what can increase warming in the Pacific Ocean? It's not Tecumseh or the Duwamish River. Not the Plchuck either. This influences the northern current of the Pacific into the Salish Sea.
So really, what are we talking about? And please don't say the Maori. We're not talking New Zealand, okay?

p.s., Tecumseh was merely a warrior and not a chief like Chief Wahunsenacawh. He was also known as Chief Powhatan but that might've been an English thing.


This really sucks. El Nino appears to be caused by geographic events. An example of this is when Tecumseh said the Earth would shake and buildings would fall in 1812, that did happen.
If you know history then you know/are aware of the mistake that Tecumseh made.
At the same time, El Nino might have the same cause and effect. History is strange that way.
08-12-2022 06:34
James_
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You guys don't know that Tecumseh trusted his brother who betrayed him?
This is why Native Americans did not gather en mass to fight the white devil.
After the Revolutionary War, this is the war that never happened. Why there
is the America of today. The battles fought and those that never happened.

If you know what this is about then you know what shaped America. Without
a conscience, America is nothing.
Edited on 08-12-2022 06:39
08-12-2022 15:22
IBdaMannProfile picture★★★★★
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James_ wrote:If you know what this is about then you know what shaped America.

Everything shaped America.

James_ wrote:Without a conscience, America is nothing.

The United States of America is not a person. It is a country. Speaking of America as having a conscience is speaking metaphorically.
10-12-2022 04:43
James_
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IBdaMann wrote:
James_ wrote:If you know what this is about then you know what shaped America.

Everything shaped America.

James_ wrote:Without a conscience, America is nothing.

The United States of America is not a person. It is a country. Speaking of America as having a conscience is speaking metaphorically.



God, I never could have said it better myself.
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