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Comment on Forced Responses: Jan 2018 by Thomas

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 06:40:31 +0000

btw When my health goes down my posting rate goes up and accelerates like current CO2 ppm growth rates. :-)

Comment on Forced Responses: Jan 2018 by Thomas

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 06:04:15 +0000

Ok, back to sciency things. There Bering Sea Ice is now as low at usually has been recently in early May. Interesting.

Comment on The global CO2 rise: the facts, Exxon and the favorite denial tricks by Thomas

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:49:16 +0000

Up-to-date weekly average CO2 at Mauna Loa Week beginning on February 11, 2018: 408.39 ppm Weekly value from 1 year ago: 405.93 ppm (+2.46 / last yr) Weekly value from 10 years ago: 385.92 ppm (+2.25 -yr / decade) Last updated: February 18, 2018

Comment on Forced Responses: Jan 2018 by Thomas

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:39:55 +0000

sorry must correct this, should have proof read - there will be other stuff ups, sorry., .... now directly employed in Tourism across the entire GBR region. Like hello, I’m Thomas, and I am here to help. ;-)

Comment on Forced Responses: Jan 2018 by Thomas

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 05:37:18 +0000

February 17: 408.76 ppm niglej or whoever, I was living in a the #1 australian hot bed of greenies, hippies, alternative culture and leading edge world class permaculture implementation and educational research activity, and land/forest reclamation, and anti-forestry protests, in the early mid 1990s, at times living on solar power and spring fed creek water on a 300 acre ex-dairy farm come multiple-occupancy with 10 family/households of which +200 acres of pristine natural rain forest regrowth, 30 acres was devoted homesteads/private living spaces dirt roads and irreparable sections, and the rest was undergoing Regenerative Agriculture (before it even had a name) aka planting out fruiting trees and other organic produce and removing weed infestations brought to his country from hundreds of years from overseas and the effects of toxic poisoning of the landscapes (the kids living there) from pesticides and fertilisers. In the early 2000s, 50 miles from the MO I was helping my good mate (rip) install his self-sufficient solar power system w a battery pack unit which then was big as a car on a trailer, and helped out planting out his small plantation of Olive Trees into the ex-cow paddocks ... he and his wife bought a 120 acre ex-cattle farm to regenerate that along the lines of New Age Healing Greenie Principles of Self-Sufficency and Self-Responsibility ... they disconnected from the electricity grid as well. Prior to that I was doing business in Australian board rooms and with CEOs and Company Directors (including a major Oil Refining Company in AUs) and Govt Reps and wa sa senior executive in marketing and managemnt for a compmany wiht 10,000 employees australai wide, the same nbumebr of people now directly employed across the entire GBR region. LIke hello, I';m Thamoas and I am here to help. I can help nigelj I think buy pointing out that when it comes to Killian that nig is totally missing the forest for the trees. I can authoritatively say that my unique direct personal experience and first hand as well as scientific and economic/business knowledge and expertise. Of course, nigelj has every right to reject that out of hand, and that's fine by me if he does so, or if anyone does, no matter what the reason. But I say this bluntly, I was DOING what Killian speaks about BEFORE he even knew anything about what he does in fact speak expertly about today. To lose Killian form these pages, like the hundreds of others who have passed though here only to soon disappear forever soon after having packet of peanuts endlessly criticised and ridiculed them here relentlessly (as on other like websites) will be RCs, and readers, and niglej's loss, not Killians. While MAR is attacking and ridiculing comments by Killian here about 2C in another place he is going gangbusters attacking agw/cc deniers/skeptics about THE FACT how dangerous 2C is, and the rising CO2ppm projections (and the IMPACTS of that) via scientific refs and so on. Go figure! :-) Everything is not always as it seems folks. Many talk the talk, here and elsewhere. Speaking for myself alone, I know for almost 30 years now I have been both talking the talk, walking the talk, and walking the walk....and have never stopped learning from those more knowledgeable, more experienced and more wise than I am from one day to the next. "Listen to others, they too have their story", and I do that in spades. That's only one of my Principles. I note Killian also has his Principles. I took my 6 yr old son along with me when we walked in the anti-Iraq War v1.0 protest marches that fronted up to the US Embassy of my home town, when still a corporate executive. I was right then and I am right now as well. Nothings has changed much, it's only got far worse, that's all. I realise that some people have a core principle that being "nice and polite" is of critical important to them. I thin[...]

Comment on Unforced variations: Feb 2018 by Omega Centauri

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 04:38:34 +0000

Ray @77. A considerable part of the solar UV is not thermal, i.e. it is not the tail end of a black body spectrum emitted from the photosphere, but is emitted much higher up in the Chromosphere and Corona, which are heated by magnetic activity and have temperatures of hundreds of thousands to millions K. So in principle at least solar UV especially extreme UV could increase with a decrease of surface temperature or vice versa. Wili @75. I thought the article was a bit disingenuous, postulating a sudden cessation of fossil fuel emissions, and offering only the binary choice of artificial aerosol injection longterm or none. In the unlikely case of an abrupt fuel burning cessation, we could add aerosols at a decreasing rate, both to smooth the transition, but also because atmospheric CO2 would drop significantly during the first few years after a cessation, as the shorter term reservoirs have not yet come to equilibrium and would still be absorbing CO2 at a decent clip for several years.

Comment on Forced Responses: Jan 2018 by Mr. Know It All

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 04:37:23 +0000

413 - Thomas "My name is Thomas and I am here to help!" Well, you didn't answer my question, so you failed in your mission. But, I think 429 - Scott put it to rest.

Comment on Unforced variations: Feb 2018 by nigelj

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 03:40:19 +0000

MA Rodger, Here is something interesting relating to enso. This summer New Zealand has been hit by remnants of troplical cyclone feyi, which hit the south island powerfully, and its unusual for these cyclones to hit so far south. It gained intensity right as it hit land, due to very warm oceans, due to a la nina generated anticyclone warming the ocean, combined with the effects of climate change on ocean temperatures. We are now on track for the same coastline to be hit by ex tropical cyclone Gita, that devastated Tonga a few days ago. It will hit tomorrow with predicted severe gale force winds, huge swells, and severe flooding. These areas are still recovering form cyclone Feyi. I have no formal evidence that these cyclones are attributed in some way to climate change, or influenced, but it sure looks like they might be. Its roughly what is predicted.Tropical cyclones are predicted to gain intensity.

Comment on The global CO2 rise: the facts, Exxon and the favorite denial tricks by CCHolley

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 02:38:10 +0000

Peter Carson @193
Eni Bunny #177. You don’t bother to read properly, do you? I guess it saves thinking. Why do so many here use pseudonyms? I suppose it allows trolls to hide their idiocy – but does show their lack of courage.
Everyone with half a brain knows who Eli Bunny is. Look in the mirror if you want to see idiocy. Moron.

Comment on Forced Responses: Jan 2018 by Killian

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 02:13:17 +0000

#427 nigelj said Phlegm and gastric juices and effluent, all basting a goodly helping of hypocrisy! And more lies! You are one hypocritical, rude, incompetent little bird. personal absuse against people What was that, pot? and useless You keep saying that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. You have no idea what is or is not, based on your contributions here. Your apologist stance on Capitalism, alone, invalidates much of what you say. We've covered this before, so... pedantic You keep saying that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. nonsense You keep saying that word. I do not think it means what you think it means. trying to justify the unjustifiable. Bwahahahaha! Most of the time you just don’t know what you are talking about. Said the blind man to the mirror. Even your knowledge of the soil issue is flawed and non scientific. !!!!! That's flat-out bizarre. Your panties, as they say here in their Konglish dialect, seem to be in a bunch over me stating your study of soil was the equivalent of the dinosaur era. You have some sort of god complex If that's what more knowledgeable than you means, perhaps. and are not as smart as you think you are. I have a very good sense of how smart I are, in fact, from multiple forms of measurement. Next to you, I'm a flippin genius. We all see mistakes by the dozen in everything your write. 1. All? You mean you. In fact, you are one of the very few who even attempt it, and that is not often. You are conflating all this personal crap you like to stir up with actual meaningful content, in which case, you can find nothing about which I am wrong. 2. By the dozen? Hell, I don't make dozens of claims or predictions or scenarios by the dozen in any given year, let alone on a regular basis. 3. You can't point to a single one. Well, there was the France vs. Gov thing. OK, two. Shush, peanut. You claim you have been asked to be part of a climate site. Pray tell, which one? I'd enjoy blowing your doors off there, too.