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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #121 on: August 16, 2018, 07:12:00 PM »
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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #122 on: August 16, 2018, 08:59:26 PM »



ok, this is epic


Invented by my friend {NaTe}. Before him no one had considered you could wall in a ct, without walling in your whole town.  Hehe
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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #123 on: August 25, 2018, 07:01:46 AM »
"Invented by my friend {NaTe}. Before him no one had considered you could wall in a ct, without walling in your whole town.  Hehe"

NO possible SPB is OG Flower Tower^^


“I don't get it. PB clearly supports politicians that openly advocate doing pretty much the exact opposite of everything PB is ranting about, then somehow, he twists it around in to a narrative about political correctness.”


I do? lol , what are you talking about? The only politicians I brought up were cautionary tales demonstrating the perils of censorship. I suggest you look up the meaning of the word “opposite”, only advocacy was for free market solutions, free speech and anti trust as a last resort to ensure a free marketplace of ideas can flourish. I never took you for the kind of guy playing with out a full deck lol.



“If there was ANY actual real scientific basis for disproving climate change, someone would have published it and immediately got MEGA$$$ in research grants from all the oil companies etc. Their grandchildren would be set for life..... and BTW I personally would be very happy to see it, seriously what a relief.”



You’re stating Climate Change like it’s not a theory and already proven. You don’t start the Scientific Method trying to prove a negative, you 1st have to affirm a positive. For starters nobody can define “climate change” or distinguish it from the weather, it wasn’t long ago it was known as “global warming”. Every climate model is a vast over simplification that can’t accurately determine the attributions of every discrete variable.

As a small example to contextualize the problem, we must determine our relative position and trajectory under weather patterns that precede drastic human interference. We reside within a 400,000 year cycle that is part of a 100,000 year eccentricity cycle, between warm periods, currently our equinox cycle is winter at perihelion along the northern hemisphere. Our 40,000 year obliquity cycle or rotational procession cycles every 26,000 years along our axis. The change of obliquitey is along the  a higher range which naturally results in more extreme season. By bearing all this in mind we can try to temper expectations to a certain extent by remembering we are in warm interlude at the depth of an interglacial phase, where glacier retreat is expected. We also must bear in mind the gravitational tug of Jupiter and Saturn with result in 3 periodic shifts that elongate our elliptical orbital shifts up to 30%. Our current respite of the Holocene Epoch was about 11 thousand years ago. Thats when temperatures rose and humans agriculture really began to thrive. Surely, primitive man’s carbon footprint was the cause of this phenomenon?


The second most pressing sets of discreete and dependent variables involve a chronological inventory of temperature and atmospheric conditions and hopefully a correlation occurs that allows us to differentiate between, global conditions and cosmological conditions. For instance the co2 concentrations were 3-6 times higher in the Jurassic period than they are today and will leave the atmosphere after thousands of years. Methanes potential to warm the planet is also 20 times greater than carbon and will leave the atmosphere after 12 years according to the EPA, which would prove as a useful warning measure if drastic change was needed. There also exists a strong 600 year delayed correlation with solar activity from the sun and geological climate readings. NASA says 9 of the 10 warmest years on record have come this century, but its hard to verify the accuracy and atmospheric conditions of a farmers almanac.

Once we’ve determined how to properly weigh the variables and assign ranges and varying degrees of probability as to which effect what, we can hopefully gleem a more accurate model, then compare and apply to other planets. Then, we can plug in the main part of the equation which is the green house gas effect. We’ve now upped our c02 concentration from 270 to 400 parts per million. Solar energy is absorbed  by earths surface and through convection and radiation goes back into the atmosphere as heat. Unlike oxygen and nitrogen which easily dissipate heat, Carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor and nitrous oxide vibrate more when they absorb heat, the friction generates more heat which radiates back down to earths surface in a feed back loop. We need to continually obtain accurate readings of this mechanism by indexing the troposphere, ionosphere, atmosphere, stratosphere and earths surface to get a more detailed understanding. Another localized phenomenon is VLF radio communications which have formed an artificial space barrier which bends the solar radiation that permeates the earth. Also, it’s important to remember water vapor is the main infrared active gas in the atmosphere compared to c02.


Certain conditions can also distort the results of other phenomenon if they aren’t fully accounted for on models. For instance, there is a natural positive feedback loop of c02 that accounting for 15% more of our agricultural production since it is a plant food. Also, you look at earth at aphelion where we move slower for the long winters which aren’t counteracted as much by short summers, ice also reflects more and absorbs less sunlight. Bottom line, the people i’ve spoken with who’ve studied this think its worthy of study, but concede we can’t accurately define the parameters of the feedback loop with any high degree of certainty.


I won’t get into how this is a socialist vehicle for a wealth distribution scheme amongst nations and how other signatories of The Paris Climate Accords haven’t been in compliance in spite of their claims. Also, find it amusing most climate scientist grants are based on endorsing a preconceived conclusion even if it means falsifying past data to “prove” a theory.
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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #124 on: August 25, 2018, 09:39:01 AM »
You’re stating Climate Change like it’s not a theory and already proven.


looooooooooooooooooooool
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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #125 on: August 25, 2018, 10:14:47 AM »
"Invented by my friend {NaTe}. Before him no one had considered you could wall in a ct, without walling in your whole town.  Hehe"

NO possible SPB is OG Flower Tower^^


“I don't get it. PB clearly supports politicians that openly advocate doing pretty much the exact opposite of everything PB is ranting about, then somehow, he twists it around in to a narrative about political correctness.”


I do? lol , what are you talking about? The only politicians I brought up were cautionary tales demonstrating the perils of censorship. I suggest you look up the meaning of the word “opposite”, only advocacy was for free market solutions, free speech and anti trust as a last resort to ensure a free marketplace of ideas can flourish. I never took you for the kind of guy playing with out a full deck lol.



“If there was ANY actual real scientific basis for disproving climate change, someone would have published it and immediately got MEGA$$$ in research grants from all the oil companies etc. Their grandchildren would be set for life..... and BTW I personally would be very happy to see it, seriously what a relief.”



You’re stating Climate Change like it’s not a theory and already proven. You don’t start the Scientific Method trying to prove a negative, you 1st have to affirm a positive. For starters nobody can define “climate change” or distinguish it from the weather, it wasn’t long ago it was known as “global warming”. Every climate model is a vast over simplification that can’t accurately determine the attributions of every discrete variable.

As a small example to contextualize the problem, we must determine our relative position and trajectory under weather patterns that precede drastic human interference. We reside within a 400,000 year cycle that is part of a 100,000 year eccentricity cycle, between warm periods, currently our equinox cycle is winter at perihelion along the northern hemisphere. Our 40,000 year obliquity cycle or rotational procession cycles every 26,000 years along our axis. The change of obliquitey is along the  a higher range which naturally results in more extreme season. By bearing all this in mind we can try to temper expectations to a certain extent by remembering we are in warm interlude at the depth of an interglacial phase, where glacier retreat is expected. We also must bear in mind the gravitational tug of Jupiter and Saturn with result in 3 periodic shifts that elongate our elliptical orbital shifts up to 30%. Our current respite of the Holocene Epoch was about 11 thousand years ago. Thats when temperatures rose and humans agriculture really began to thrive. Surely, primitive man’s carbon footprint was the cause of this phenomenon?


The second most pressing sets of discreete and dependent variables involve a chronological inventory of temperature and atmospheric conditions and hopefully a correlation occurs that allows us to differentiate between, global conditions and cosmological conditions. For instance the co2 concentrations were 3-6 times higher in the Jurassic period than they are today and will leave the atmosphere after thousands of years. Methanes potential to warm the planet is also 20 times greater than carbon and will leave the atmosphere after 12 years according to the EPA, which would prove as a useful warning measure if drastic change was needed. There also exists a strong 600 year delayed correlation with solar activity from the sun and geological climate readings. NASA says 9 of the 10 warmest years on record have come this century, but its hard to verify the accuracy and atmospheric conditions of a farmers almanac.

Once we’ve determined how to properly weigh the variables and assign ranges and varying degrees of probability as to which effect what, we can hopefully gleem a more accurate model, then compare and apply to other planets. Then, we can plug in the main part of the equation which is the green house gas effect. We’ve now upped our c02 concentration from 270 to 400 parts per million. Solar energy is absorbed  by earths surface and through convection and radiation goes back into the atmosphere as heat. Unlike oxygen and nitrogen which easily dissipate heat, Carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor and nitrous oxide vibrate more when they absorb heat, the friction generates more heat which radiates back down to earths surface in a feed back loop. We need to continually obtain accurate readings of this mechanism by indexing the troposphere, ionosphere, atmosphere, stratosphere and earths surface to get a more detailed understanding. Another localized phenomenon is VLF radio communications which have formed an artificial space barrier which bends the solar radiation that permeates the earth. Also, it’s important to remember water vapor is the main infrared active gas in the atmosphere compared to c02.


Certain conditions can also distort the results of other phenomenon if they aren’t fully accounted for on models. For instance, there is a natural positive feedback loop of c02 that accounting for 15% more of our agricultural production since it is a plant food. Also, you look at earth at aphelion where we move slower for the long winters which aren’t counteracted as much by short summers, ice also reflects more and absorbs less sunlight. Bottom line, the people i’ve spoken with who’ve studied this think its worthy of study, but concede we can’t accurately define the parameters of the feedback loop with any high degree of certainty.


I won’t get into how this is a socialist vehicle for a wealth distribution scheme amongst nations and how other signatories of The Paris Climate Accords haven’t been in compliance in spite of their claims. Also, find it amusing most climate scientist grants are based on endorsing a preconceived conclusion even if it means falsifying past data to “prove” a theory.


You are so fucking stupid you make Tora look like a genius, shut the fuck up you loser.
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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #127 on: August 25, 2018, 07:43:33 PM »
not going to facebook not got the balls federal govt spy program.if u see jessu tell him we got some beer down here in te not so jesus section..dam pb has some deep thought ..fuck the jurassic you want the cretaceous for the main trex

The scientists of today think deeply instead of clearly. -nikola tesla pb sounds kinda smart to me well gone back to jam

omg Jupiter and Saturn with result in 3 periodic shifts that elongate our elliptical orbital shifts up to 30% yes they can tug shit jupiter has less gas to becom a dwarf star but if it had mor would be a 2nd sun..jupiter+ saturn +neptune+urnaus thast some heavy weigts they can change these little minuscale rocky planets.. pb is a space mind really helping out by trolling
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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #128 on: August 25, 2018, 09:40:00 PM »
“I would rather be rich affluent and greedy and go to hell when I die, than live in poverty on this earth.” lol al u just named everyone in earth well i gotta go myself remember gl hf..if your from memphis tn take your time to read about capone the most interesting story youll here besides the bell witch here
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« Reply #129 on: August 25, 2018, 11:35:54 PM »
Also, find it amusing most climate scientist grants are based on endorsing a preconceived conclusion even if it means falsifying past data to “prove” a theory.


oooh lordy I do love it when the clueless parrot nonsensical garbage they found on the internet because it sounds "sciency" so they believe it.



Question:

Where is all the carbon we are releasing coming from? How did it get there?

It's coming from "fossil fuels". They are called "fossil" because thats what they literally are. Oil is literally the composted remains of dead bodies. If you got a bunch of dead animals and plants and sealed them up for a million years they would turn into oil/coal/gas. We are carbon based life.

Plants metabolize co2 into oxygen and use the carbon to build themselves. This is why fertilizers don't need to contain carbon (yes some comes from mineral sources also, but that's not the current issue). Animals eat plants to get their carbon, or they eat other animals that eat plants.

Slowly, over hundreds of millions of years, the carbon, extracted from the atmosphere by plants and absorbed by animals got trapped within the earth. Now in the space of a couple of hundred years we are going to suck the entire lot out of the earth and pump it back into the atmosphere, but that's not going to fuck things up right?

All life on earth now has evolved as the conditions changed. The plants and animals that existed in prehisoric times and did that job no longer exist. We cant live in prehistoric atmosphere. It's toxic. Duh!





Here's a couple of graphs of atmospheric CO2 levels.

First look at the one on the left, note the 6 different sources and margin for error clearly defined ( you idiot lol ). It shows a period of around 600 Million years. There is no "cycle" - unless you think the fact that the line is a bit wiggly is a cycle.

If you look at the second graph you can see normal ice age cycles etc. Note it is displayed in THOUSANDS of years, not MILLIONS. It accounts for the little red circle I have put on the first graph. -- edit -- no actually i messed that up its actually something like 1 pixel wide - so even smaller.


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I still drive a car. I don't live on a hippy commune eating sprouts and tofu. It's a big problem for which I don't have the answers, but regurgitating a bunch of crap you found on some oil-sponsored website doesn't change it.

... and OMG faking it for grant money?? ROTF.... have a think about how much grant money anyone could get from the oil industry if they could come up with ANY real proof against it? Set for life money duh.


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Oh, sorry, I just noticed you used the word "contextualize". I take it all back, you are clearly an intellectual giant ;D


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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #130 on: August 26, 2018, 07:30:57 AM »
Blid absolutely no one called you that.  You fucking blow at this game, always did.   And youre a fucking loser irl faggot.

Then why does it say that on the plaque?


Well I don't know the history of such things, but I must say I do find Blid's plaque to be very convincing. I am confident that the owner of such a plaque must be a person of unrivaled quality, skill and distinction.





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Re: Info wars shut down good or bad?
« Reply #131 on: August 26, 2018, 02:56:49 PM »
heres mine


dam chops nice #1  :o

now whose ready drink some beer and listen to music ;D  :blank: do what?  >:( ohhh yall dudes

man we need a little hippy community ..or better yet build chimps like a old western town they can drive golf carts..we give the babies 1st grade education and eventualy work the generations to 4th grade lvl. .. then we all go to the saloon and drink.
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« Reply #132 on: September 11, 2018, 07:11:50 PM »
The guy's name was Rupert Murdoch and he went on to control a sizable portion of the world's public information.

State controlled media monopolies are bad but so are publicly owned media monopolies. The western world's media ... FB ... Murdoch... whatever else...  is not even properly regulated let alone state controlled.

Here's an an interesting article written by Kevin Rudd (former Prime Minister of Australia) about about Rupert Murdoch (the guy who owns FOX and lots of other media too).

https://www.theage.com.au/politics/federal/cancer-eating-the-heart-of-australian-democracy-20180826-p4zzum.html

Murdoch was in the fake news and political manipulation business decades before home internet.


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If you read the article the"NBN" refers to the National Broadband Network which was a plan to have fibre-optic internet connections to every home in Australia.