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This week in 1900, ten thousand people died in the Galveston hurricane. The left's delusions about climate and weather are based on ignorance and superstition, not science or historical data...

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Tell me how in 1900 they lived in the same sort of conditions as they do in 2021 :rofl:

Not getting it are you. It’s not about housing and rescue standards, it’s about climate

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Climate economics for slow learners...:rolleyes:

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4 minutes ago, Blupanther said:

 

Some excellent news. The European Central Bank is going to end bad weather...:rofl:

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https://talent.ecb.europa.eu/careers/JobDetail/Climate-Scientist-ESCB-IO/4156

You are triggered and it seems afraid of the modern world. And you have an extremely poor understanding of the English language it seems. That is if you even read these things, just post what you are shown on your neo-Luddite groups

Sad and funny at the same time :rofl:

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:rofl:

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A century of unprecedented man-made global warming has left earth a terrifying 0.2 degrees above the 1979-2000 average.

CODE RED...:rofl:

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Does anyone remember this gem. What sort of person still believes this insane non stop garbage. 

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1 minute ago, Crumpet85 said:

Does anyone remember this gem. What sort of person still believes this insane non stop garbage. 

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Useful idiots...:D

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Komodo Dragon in danger from rising Sea level!!!

The Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis) is an endangered, island-endemic species with a naturally restricted distribution. Despite this, no previous studies have attempted to predict the effects of climate change on this iconic species. We used extensive Komodo dragon monitoring data, climate, and sea-level change projections to build spatially explicit demographic models for the Komodo dragon. These models project the species’ future range and abundance under multiple climate change scenarios. We ran over one million model simulations with varying model parameters, enabling us to incorporate uncertainty introduced from three main sources: (a) structure of global climate models, (b) choice of greenhouse gas emission trajectories, and (c) estimates of Komodo dragon demographic parameters. Our models predict a reduction in range-wide Komodo dragon habitat of 8%–87% by 2050, leading to a decrease in habitat patch occupancy of 25%–97% and declines of 27%–99% in abundance across the species' range. 

https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/ece3.6705

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