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[split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
Everything is Futile
…6Blowing southward, then turning northward, round and round the wind swirls, ever returning on its course. 7All the rivers flow into the sea, yet the sea is never full; to the place from which the streams come, there again they flow. 8All things are wearisome, more than one can describe;
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What a load of complete and utter BULSHIT.

BULL. F*UCKING. sh*t.

and of course as usual the only possible solution is for everyone to immediately surrender their national sovereignty to the United Nations so that they can save us.

These lying ***** need the sh*t kicked out of them.
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Treebeard  Wrote: (05-21-2019 11:17 PM)
As a species we must roll back the destruction of this world.

I don't care about jobs. I don't care about Wall Street.
I care about life.

Why? F*uck you.
I don't care about the future of the planet and am happy to see it destroyed.

f*#k you and your children's future.
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Treebeard  Wrote: (05-21-2019 11:17 PM)
As a species we must roll back the destruction of this world.

I don't care about jobs. I don't care about Wall Street.
I care about life.

Why? F*uck you.
I don't care about the future of the planet and am happy to see it destroyed.

f*#k you and your children's future.

And your trumpohumper sign is just a shining !!!!!
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
silversides  Wrote: (05-21-2019 10:46 PM)
[Image: PrecessionOfATop.svg]

[Image: Gyroscope_precession.gif]


That illustration of a spinning top only works because gravity is acting in one direction and the top is standing on a stable surface.


Not a realistic analogy of planetary motion.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:24 AM)
Treebeard  Wrote: (05-21-2019 11:17 PM)
As a species we must roll back the destruction of this world.

I don't care about jobs. I don't care about Wall Street.
I care about life.

Why? F*uck you.
I don't care about the future of the planet and am happy to see it destroyed.

f*#k you and your children's future.

Try suicide
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:57 AM)
silversides  Wrote: (05-21-2019 10:46 PM)
link to image: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c...OfATop.svg

link to image: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/c...ession.gif


That illustration of a spinning top only works because gravity is acting in one direction and the top is standing on a stable surface.


Not a realistic analogy of planetary motion.
gravity that holds down upside-down oceans but can't hold down a butterfly? that gravity? LMAO
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Fossil fuels won't last hundreds of years.




https://youtu.be/f4DD1cYQaT8
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
tamarack  Wrote: (05-22-2019 12:28 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-21-2019 11:46 PM)
The "natural processes" that trapped and created the oil were actually failures of natural processes.
The natural life cycle of carbon based life forms is when something dies it is broken down by bacteria and decomposition into CO2 and its base elements.
Then plants take in the CO2 and create new organic material to die and be eaten, then it is recycled again.
For carbon to be trapped is very unnatural.
This indicates outside forces such as a asteroid striking the earth and covering the surface with enough dirt to impede the oxidation process of the organic material.
Other possible causes include extreme seismic activity burying the organic material, a almost instant deep freeze, or Terra-forming.
The earth rejects the oil from time to time and it bubbles to the surface making a mess.
In the ocean this is called seeps, they have been leaking oil into the ocean for perhaps thousands of years.
It is impossibly improbable that humanity would evolve just in time to deal with an ice age, be apparently the first creature on earth to use fire, and begin the process of liberating the carbon from the earth, returning it to the carbon cycle.
There is a Navajo story of all the people of the earth, and how they were given dominion over the elements.
The brown people were given dominion over the water, they understand how a drop is nothing, but a wave can move a mountain.
Their skin is dark to remind them of the dark depths of the ocean, and how
the drops can become lost or obscured.
The yellow people were given dominion over the spirit, the inner world to find peace.
Their skin is yellow to remind them of a golden tomorrow.
The red people were given the job of protecting the earth and giving comfort and understanding to all its people.
Their red skin reminds them of the blood of all things under their protection.
The white skins were given dominion over fire, the ability to reshape the earth itself into what is needed. Their skin is white to remind them of the ashes to keep reverence of fire.
When the first Navajo met their first white people they extended the hand of friendship and the white man placed some shiny bauble in it, this is when they knew the white people had forgotten and lost their way.
Even today you can find white people sitting around fires staring deep into the flames in contemplation, they do not yet understand and cannot seem to remember, and the world suffers for their confusion.

WTH!?

Racist much?

Its not racist when its true.
I am sorry you take offense that white people got so confused they forgot how to respect fire.
Their solution since confusion is feed the fire more.
You would think being the color of ashes and elm trees they would remember to respect the fire, but no.
Thus the fights over the emissions of fire, fuel sources for fire, but that's not enough they fight over brown skin religions, and hire the yellow skins to use fires to make the things they sell.
The corruption goes even further as they have even confused the red man and instead of being the care taker he deals in shiny bobbles and builds flashy casinos.
The smoke of the fire caries ones words to the spirits, so if you find yourself confused as well then light a fire and commune with your ancestors maybe they can help.
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-22-2019 02:00 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:24 AM)
Why? F*uck you.
I don't care about the future of the planet and am happy to see it destroyed.

f*#k you and your children's future.

Try suicide

Correct solution.

If progressives were serious about global warming they would have sacrificed themselves for the good of humanity, instead of flying thousands of miles to climate conferences in private jets.

Since they won't lead by example there is no reason to take them seriously.

When the people screaming the loudest about a problem, don't act like there is a problem, and want the rest of us to make the sacrifice, there really isn't a problem.
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
The Obamanation  Wrote: (05-21-2019 10:03 PM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-21-2019 09:42 PM)
False science. The Earth had about 35% oxygen during that time. This is why things like dinosaurs grew so large.

^^^ This.

The high CO2 allowed dense jungles to thrive that produced lots of O2. The oxygen is what let T-Rex's get so big and bugs grow three feet long.

With deforestation the way it is, I doubt we're going to see high oxygen like that again any time soon.

Which is fine with me. I hate bugs.

If we can warm the world with high CO2 I strongly support it. More temperate farmlands growing larger, more robust crops? What's bad about that?

The world is getting colder. I had my furnace on yesterday. It's the end of fvcking May. We should have 70 and 80 degree weather but it's still cold.

14.7 psi can not support a bug with a 3 foot wingspan. So the air pressure had to be a lot higher.
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
LoP Guest  Wrote: (05-22-2019 04:03 AM)
The Obamanation  Wrote: (05-21-2019 10:03 PM)
^^^ This.

The high CO2 allowed dense jungles to thrive that produced lots of O2. The oxygen is what let T-Rex's get so big and bugs grow three feet long.

With deforestation the way it is, I doubt we're going to see high oxygen like that again any time soon.

Which is fine with me. I hate bugs.

If we can warm the world with high CO2 I strongly support it. More temperate farmlands growing larger, more robust crops? What's bad about that?

The world is getting colder. I had my furnace on yesterday. It's the end of fvcking May. We should have 70 and 80 degree weather but it's still cold.

14.7 psi can not support a bug with a 3 foot wingspan. So the air pressure had to be a lot higher.

Reasonable estimates are it was up to twice as high (28 PSI).
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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
NormalIsSubjective  Wrote: (05-22-2019 01:57 AM)
silversides  Wrote: (05-21-2019 10:46 PM)
[Image: PrecessionOfATop.svg]

[Image: Gyroscope_precession.gif]


That illustration of a spinning top only works because gravity is acting in one direction and the top is standing on a stable surface.


Not a realistic analogy of planetary motion.

The drag on the moon and other planetary bodies are the source of friction / energy loss with the earth...

And it is very slight which is why it will take a very very long time...

The earth was already very old when the dinosaurs were young...

The time it takes for the earth to change it's tilt is huge...

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RE: [split] CO2 levels heading back to days of dinosaurs
At the florissant fossil beds in Colorado they have fount tropical plants and a Tsetse fly a deadly tropical African insect. It is no where near as old as the dinosaurs. It implies a very warm and humid earth in the past which had dreaded tropical diseases.

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Quote:At almost 2 cm in length, this tsetse fly from the Florissant Fossil Beds was much larger than those alive today. It would have been a great nuisance to any mammals living around Florissant lake during the Eocene epoch. Today, tsetse flies are found only in Africa.

http://www.libraries-of-life.org/insect-...e-fly.html

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Tsetse flies belong to the genus Glossina, of which there are about 25 currently recognized species. They are one of only a few groups of flies that give birth to live young. Adult tsetse flies are parasites that feed only on blood, which makes them potent disease vectors to mammals (e.g., humans and cattle) for a protozoan called Trypanosoma. Trypanosoma parasitizes mammals and can cause several different kinds of dangerous diseases, including sleeping sickness.

At almost 2 cm in length, this tsetse fly from the Florissant Fossil Beds was much larger than those alive today. It would have been a great nuisance to any mammals living around Florissant lake during the Eocene epoch. Today, tsetse flies are found only in tropical and subtropical Africa and the southern tip of the Arabian Peninsula. Given their absence in South America and the East Indies, tsetse flies were once considered to have evolved in Africa and remained within the continent. However, fossil evidence from the Florissant Fossil Beds in central Colorado has shown that the range of these flies was once much greater. Although Colorado is too cold to support tsetse fly populations today, it was a warmer place during the late Eocene, with a subtropical to warm temperate climate. The presence of the Florissant tsetse flies serves as evidence of both a warmer climate in North America during the Eocene and as a reminder that fossils can provide important information about the evolutionary history of modern organisms.

http://www.libraries-of-life.org/insect-...e-fly.html

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The World’s Deadliest Animals You Don’t Know About
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Quote:The Tsetse fly is a bloodsucking insect that transmits the world’s nastiest diseases, making it one of the most dangerous animals in the world. A true threat to humans, tsetse flies primarily infect people with the sleeping disease. These nasty bugs also pose a threat to animals by spreading animal trypanosomiasis, also known as nagana.

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http://cumuseum-archive.colorado.edu/Exh...mens5.html

http://cumuseum-archive.colorado.edu/Exh...imens.html

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