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GeneandCassie says...

It definitely is an interesting situation all around......

A product of the human respiration process (Carbon Dioxide) being officially labeled as a 'pollutant'......

Warming being based on noted average temperature differences computed out to the 'hundreth' of a degree.....

The cost of a product at the center of the pollution problem debate (fossil fuels) dropping like a rock while its use is simultaneously being discouraged.....

GeneandCassie says...

Oh-oh..... just opened the Cascade Gas bill and it says that December 2014 was 3 degrees warmer than December 2013......

Something must be statistically amiss when two utilities can report opposite findings for the same month in the same year.....

Such is the power of statistics and reporting an 'average' for something.....

On Letter - Wow, global warming fraud is massive

Posted 18 December 2014, 7:17 a.m. Suggest removal

GeneandCassie says...

Perhaps its all a factor of scale with respect to reporting warming and cooling.....

My current PPL bill says that December 2014 was 2 degrees cooler than December 2013; which is not helping out the computed statistics for the 'hottest year in recorded meteorological history.......' not good at the local level.....

Hopefully the statistics are being computed 'by the book:'

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/...

Back in stock and gift wrapping available......

On Letter - Wow, global warming fraud is massive

Posted 18 December 2014, 7:08 a.m. Suggest removal

GeneandCassie says...

Nope. Dead serious. Animal powered transportation and walking are renewable transportation energy items; definitely do-able at the present...... and if the AGW warming situation is really that urgently dire, perhaps this is the way to go.....

GeneandCassie says...

Wasn't 'transportation energy' pretty much 'renewable' in ages past???

Four-legged motorization pulling their carts, people walking, etc...... mostly fueled by 'green stuff' grown in the fields.....

It all can definitely be re-done.....

GeneandCassie says...

Definitely an inter-connected world......

A previous post here referenced this news item:

http://energytransition.de/2014/10/10...

The apparent author of the above item, Anna Leidreiter, might have connections here:

http://www.worldfuturecouncil.org/348...

Which might have connections here:

http://us6.campaign-archive2.com/?u=3...

As Cher used to croon in a song from ages past, 'The Beat Goes On.....'

And as another song once said 'Its a Small Small World.......'

GeneandCassie says...

Hopefully the models have 'something to do with physics' even though the underlying physics have nothing to do with the models......

How does one become a 'professional denier??' Sounds like an interesting profession to get into to earn some extra cash for the holidaze.......

And hopefully all the statistics are computed 'by the book:'

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/...

Back in stock and ready to be shipped in time for December 25th.......

GeneandCassie says...

The entire situation definitely is a toughie......

Water storage requires instream structures; which has its own presently on-going debate:

http://damnationfilm.com/

Di-Hydrogen Monoxide definitely is a topic of current interest......

GeneandCassie says...

Definitely an interesting time to live in, when everyone who breathes releases a pollutant when they exhale:

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmah...

Maybe the next item of concern will be the substance Di-Hydrogen Monoxide (DHMO):

http://www.lhup.edu/~dsimanek/dhmo.htm

But as today's 'quote of the day' from one web site says:

'Our bravest and best lessons are not learned through success, but through misadventure..'

GeneandCassie says...

The 'bucket walls' are akin to the continents....

The 'rock' placed in the bucket is akin to an island in the ocean......

Both have their 'coastlines' which need to be considered in the total equation......

The experiment does illustrate the perils of living on a low island rather than on a continent having adequate higher lands to inhabit.....

On Letter - Climate change puts lives in danger

Posted 13 December 2014, 7:52 a.m. Suggest removal