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Republican Climate change denial disinformation is bought and paid for by BigOil
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tldr:

if you have solar panels you can't disconnect from the grid and use your privately owned property to generate power for your home if the grid is down.




This apparently is ok with you hand wringing always complaining clingers that disdain government interference with peoples personal lives.. no off grid for you !

this is the results of your relentless pursuit to sabotage everything and anything that has had promise a viable renewable energy source

I guess you are pretty proud of yourselves, eh?

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so here we have it LOP
me: crazy conspiracy guy
attacked for constantly shedding light on this conspiracy to defraud, corrupt ,deceive millions of people and wreck society from functioning.. by the fake conspiracy agents of neoliberalisim that flooded the conspiracy community and ran off most of the original inhabitants so it could co-op this f*cking bad joke of a reality show situation comedy the world now finds itself in.

Well done.
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Quote:Now, in the wake of these two unprecedented storms, a third massive hurricane is bearing down on islands already reeling from Irma's ferocity. Overnight, Hurricane Maria strengthened to a dangerous Category 3 hurricane, and is expected to make a direct hit on Puerto Rico as an even more dangerous Category 4 storm. Puerto Rico sustained serious damage from Irma but was spared the worst of the storm, and it is therefore harboring many who fled the devastation of neighboring islands, and those evacuees are now in harm’s way yet again.

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Climate change consensus is bought and paid for by big government.Jhikpghf
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (09-19-2017 03:26 PM)
Climate change consensus is bought and paid for by big government.Jhikpghf

Research grants is it?

that's what constitutes that argument , I can only guess?

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Just more unsubstantiated FAIL


not so for climate science denial however..

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"Dark Money" Funds Climate Change Denial Effort
A Drexel University study finds that a large slice of donations to organizations that deny global warming are funneled through third-party pass-through organizations that conceal the original funder

https://www.scientificamerican.com/artic...al-effort/

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Might be a glitch or we have a rogue mod lol.

Looking into it.

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Disturbed  Wrote: (10-11-2017 09:50 AM)
Might be a glitch or we have a rogue mod lol.

Looking into it.

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Single huge offshore wind farm ‘could power the entire world’, researchers say

Quote:Wind speeds over the ocean are on average 70% higher than they are on land – and simulations show that large wind farms on sea could generate up to four times as much electricity as wind farms on land (6 watts per square metre as opposed to 1.5).

https://www.yahoo.com/news/single-huge-o...21575.html
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spɹɐʍoɔ snoɯʎuouɐ  Wrote: (10-12-2017 06:17 AM)
Single huge offshore wind farm ‘could power the entire world’, researchers say

Quote:Wind speeds over the ocean are on average 70% higher than they are on land – and simulations show that large wind farms on sea could generate up to four times as much electricity as wind farms on land (6 watts per square metre as opposed to 1.5).

https://www.yahoo.com/news/single-huge-o...21575.html

The highest EROI is coal and nuclear, we should be using coal and nuclear for energy.

https://energyhub.theiet.org/users/67712...shore-wind

Further offshore turbines have some reliability issues.

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...r-industry

Even further, there are concerns that the lowball bids are a future problem and the projects might not be deliverable.
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For the first time, solar power grew faster than any other source of fuel

Quote:Solar power grew faster than any other source of fuel for the first time in 2016, the International Energy Agency said in a report suggesting the technology will dominate renewables in the years ahead.

The institution established after the first major oil crisis in 1973 said 165 gigawatts of renewables were completed last year, which was two-thirds of the net expansion in electricity supply. Solar powered by photovoltaics, or PVs, grew by 50 percent, with almost half of new plants built in China.

“What we are witnessing is the birth of a new era in solar PV,” Fatih Birol, executive director of the IEA, said in a statement accompanying the report published on Wednesday in Paris. “We expect that solar PV capacity growth will be higher than any other renewable technology through 2022.”

https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/...s-of-power



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Climate change skeptics rely on straw-man arguments

Quote:There are some valid questions about climate change. Here we hope to advance the dialogue by respectfully challenging some common misleading arguments.

George Iliff and Edward Klima argue in their guest column for TCPalm, “Global warming scientists only claim that carbon dioxide serves as a trigger to cause water vapor to provide significant additional global warming.”

Here the authors deliver a false straw-man. The truth is the bedrock of climate change science: carbon dioxide is a low-level greenhouse gas, but it is important and its levels are rising exponentially. The Earth hasn’t seen such levels for at least the past 800,000 years.

It also is important to pay attention to greenhouse gases other than carbon dioxide. Compared to carbon dioxide, these gases can be 30 to 25,000 times more potent; their levels also are rising dramatically.

It's wishful thinking to suggest that because carbon dioxide represents a small share of our atmosphere, increasing levels of carbon dioxide — or other greenhouse gases — do not matter for global temperatures.

There is zero debate that carbon dioxide is an important factor in controlling Earth’s temperature patterns. But no one claims carbon dioxide is the only factor.

For example, volcanic eruptions can temporarily depress global temperatures even if carbon dioxide levels are rising. The global scientific community has accepted these facts for more than a century.

Unfortunately, the documented sea-level rise trends in South Florida appear to be accelerating. We cannot ignore this data.

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Senate Republicans Block Measure To Protect Arctic Wildlife Refuge From Oil Drilling
“The notion that we, tonight, after 60-plus years, would give up what is a biologically important area ... for what? For oil we don’t need?”
http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/a...4f1c3a52e1




Protect Alaska’s Last Great Wilderness From Oil Drilling

https://www.nytimes.com/2017/10/18/opini...lling.html


Tonight, almost every Senate GOPer voted to block a plan to protect an Alaskan wildlife refuge from oil drilling

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Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming, Scientist Says
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This is new to me. I studied ecology in college & I'm well aware of climate change arguments. I respect Jim Marrs for the views he had on aliens, JFK & 9/11. I was watching a video where he said "global warming" is happening on Mars and moons of Jupiter. Like I said, it's new to me. He said there's something heating up our entire solar system. Turns out, he's not alone in the belief.

This is the tip of the ice berg & I thought it was something good to chew on...

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for those people prone to uncontrolled tantrums after experiencing cognitive dissonance especially in the realm of climate change topics, I apologize, sort of...
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btw ... I don't think it's an either/ or argument...

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Independent Women’s Forum: Koch-Funded Group Promotes Pesticide, Oil, Tobacco Agendas

The Independent Women’s Forum is a 501©(3) nonprofit that has taken money from tobacco and oil companies, partners with Monsanto, defends toxic chemicals in food and consumer products, denies climate science and argues against laws that would curb the power of corporations.

IWF began in 1991 as an effort to defend now Supreme Court Justice (and former Monsanto attorney) Clarence Thomas as he faced sexual harassment charges. The group now says it seeks to “improve the lives of Americans by increasing the number of women who value free markets and personal liberty.”

A key message of IWF is to shift the blame for health or environmental problems away from corporations and toward personal responsibility — for example arguing that parents, not food companies, are to blame for America’s obesity problem.

Funding by right wing billionaires and corporations
According to data collected by Greenpeace USA, IWF has received over $15 million in funding since 1998, largely from right-wing foundations that promote deregulation and corporate free reign.

IWF’s leading contributors, with donations topping $5.3 million, are Donors Trust and Donors Capital Funds, the “dark money ATM of the conservative movement” connected with Charles and David Koch. The funds channel money from anonymous donors, including corporations, to efforts that champion corporate agendas, as a Greenpeace investigation established.

IWF’s top funder: dark money from undisclosed donors
IWF has also received $844,115 in combined donations from Koch family foundations. Other top funders include the Sarah Scaife Foundation, the Bradley Foundation, Randolf Foundation (an offshoot of the Richardson Foundation) and Searle Freedom Trust — all are leading funders of climate-science denial, according to a Drexel University study.

ExxonMobil and Philip Morris are among IWF’s funders, according to documents from the UCSF Tobacco Industry Documents Library. Phillip Morris named IWF in a list of “potential third party references” and “those who respect our views.”

The book “Merchants of Doubt” by Naomi Oreskes and Eric Conway described IWF as one of the “seemingly grass-roots organizations” funded by the Phillip Morris Corporation that focus on “Individual Liberties,” “Regulatory Issues,” or both.

Rush Limbaugh has donated at least a quarter of a million dollars to IWF, according to this report in The Nation: “Guess Which Women’s Group Rush Limbaugh has Donated Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars to? Hint: it’s the one that defends him whenever he launches into a sexist tirade.”

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