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  • ForcedFirebird
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    Not surprised with the extra high temps the lately you guys, Digger. Earth is at perihelion, and the southern hemisphere is in summer.

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  • digger
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    A pandemic that wipes out 80% of the population is probably the only thing that can stop it.

    People are hypocrites they want climate action by everyone else but themself and anything that impacts them they whinge about.

    Now the focus should be dealing with the inevitable

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  • marshallnoise
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    Originally posted by digger View Post
    The climate is always changing but 47.8c (118F) today in western suburbs of Sydney is BS hot

    EDIT: ended up cracking 48.9c (120F)
    Ok. Let's say I agree with you and it's man's fault for the hot weather. What is the cure?

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  • digger
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    The climate is always changing but 47.8c (118F) today in western suburbs of Sydney is BS hot

    EDIT: ended up cracking 48.9c (120F)
    Last edited by digger; 01-04-2020, 01:03 AM.

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  • decay
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    Originally posted by mrsleeve View Post
    Yes I am sure there has never been a city sized chunk of ice floating around in the worlds oceans before
    imagine my surprise that the nutjob holed up in a small town in montana is only thinking about this at the local scale

    one chunk is one data point in a much greater set, on a global scale

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHE0n5c6-6g

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  • marshallnoise
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    Originally posted by cale View Post
    The stamping on toilet paper is in English too, doesn't mean it's good for more than one thing...
    I kill spiders in my bathroom with toilet paper. 2 uses. Suck it!

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  • cale
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    The stamping on toilet paper is in English too, doesn't mean it's good for more than one thing...

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  • gwb72tii
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    Here's another on that didn't get the memo either.
    And just for you cale it's an English speaking website assuming you don't speak Hebrew

    https://www.theepochtimes.com/how-cl...d_3093372.html

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  • gwb72tii
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    Originally posted by cale View Post
    That website is basically just a mixture of cliche crusty old white man shit for people who suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect.
    i thought i'd link an English speaking website, or do you speak Japanese?

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  • cale
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    That website is basically just a mixture of cliche crusty old white man shit for people who suffering from the Dunning-Kruger effect.

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  • gwb72tii
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    well apparently this guy didn't get the message about the 97% consensus
    https://quadrant.org.au/opinion/doom...lls-the-beans/

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  • z31maniac
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    Originally posted by marshallnoise View Post

    All it requires is money. Like every liberal solution, just feed it cash. Oh, and do it quickly now!
    This is what the Chinese have used to "seed" clouds for A LONG time. I turned it off once she acted like this was some ground breaking piece of new knowledge.

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  • roguetoaster
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    Originally posted by decay View Post

    where i'm not sure i agree 100% is that we measure intelligence and sentience by our own self-defined metrics

    other primates and octopi have demonstrated learning, tool usage and creation, and other tasks that require what we define as intelligence

    ...absolute yes to this, and if we're not capable of being good custodians to this planet we happened to find ourselves on, are we actually intelligent?
    Sure, we define the metric, and so we are, individually at least. But I think we tend to not label things other than humans as intelligent, but rather as showing intelligence, which seems to be a convenient way to label them as showing some aspects of human intelligence, but not at the same level or above. Of course, we sometimes forget that every living thing is intelligent in a unique/specialized way, and probably one that we either can't quite comprehend, or achieve a similar level of ability in, no matter how long we might train.

    However, we do seem to really lack the ability to conceive, manage, and resolve problems, to the benefit of the society as a whole, much outside of our individual spheres of habitation. Heck, even ants can do that effecively, so what are we by comparison?

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  • ForcedFirebird
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    Originally posted by marshallnoise View Post

    When an Octopus can build an e30...
    Bring it on. I must have 8 arms.

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  • marshallnoise
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    Originally posted by decay View Post

    where i'm not sure i agree 100% is that we measure intelligence and sentience by our own self-defined metrics

    other primates and octopi have demonstrated learning, tool usage and creation, and other tasks that require what we define as intelligence



    ...absolute yes to this, and if we're not capable of being good custodians to this planet we happened to find ourselves on, are we actually intelligent?
    When an Octopus can build an e30...

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