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    Official: What are you currently playing and progress discussion thread

    in Gaming Discussion on 31 March 2010

    I finally bought a Wii - black of course, which came with motion plus, Wii Sports, and Wii Sports Resort.Have played Super Mario Galaxy - amazing thus far, and Metroid Prime Corruption - equally amazing thus far. It's hard to understand the hate towards Nintendo when some 3rd party developers should be the real target of criticism.Have bought also Red Steel 2 and Okami. de Blob and Zack &...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 01 July 2007

    Kytiara said:For you AGW proponents, answer me this: Can you give me a mathematical proof for anthropogenic global warming? Can you give me a formula where we plug in human caused co2 and the result is an increase in tempurature? The infrared absorption qualities of CO2 are measured in laboratory conditions several times, as I've already said. That alone doesn't...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 27 June 2007

    Timmah! said:Timmah! said:Look at this graph. Is there even one time when CO2 and temperature track with each other?? There's not one time when they track closely enough to make any reasonable assumptions about their relationship.First, I couldn't find the scientific articles that are the basis for that hand-drawn graph of Monte Hieb. Would you kindly tell what are the works that...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 27 June 2007

    Crono said:"Other processes, like biological ones, only recycle the carbon in biosphere, they don't add it. So if you're saying volcanoes didin't add the CO2, then it's humans."You can't take natural causes out of the cycle. Its no wonder you think we're all going to drown in ice cap water or something, you have no idea how to think logically.If the total amount...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 27 June 2007

    HappySqurriel said:This is a problem though, as long as we focus on CO2 we will never see the big picture ...We know that methane is about 22.5 times as potent of a greenhouse gas as carbon dioxide, and we have recently learned that worms produce a gas which is 290 times as potent of a greenhose gas as carbon dioxide. The last statistic I heard was that bugs like worms and termites outweighed...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 27 June 2007

    Starless said:This site claims 3% of carbon dioxide emissions come from volcanic activity, with the other 97% coming from human activities. However, it uses a figure of 17.6 billion tons for the amount of CO2 added annually to the atmosphere. Yulegoat's source said it was only 6.1 billion. I'm not sure why the figures are so different, purhaps differing definitions. Anyway, using...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 27 June 2007

    z64dan said:Crono said:Weight is irrelevant. Its volume thats important, and comparing that volume to the total volume of the atmosphere, and the volume of CO2 added by natural causes.And I didn't say CO2 for Mt. St. Helens, I said greenhouse gasses. Unless you are trying to say that CO2 is the only important greenhouse gas.Ja seriously. "The total mass of the atmosphere is estimated to...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 27 June 2007

    Crono said:Weight is irrelevant. Its volume thats important, and comparing that volume to the total volume of the atmosphere, and the volume of CO2 added by natural causes.And I didn't say CO2 for Mt. St. Helens, I said greenhouse gasses. Unless you are trying to say that CO2 is the only important greenhouse gas.Do you agree that human is responsible for the 30% addition of CO2 in the...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 26 June 2007

    Crono said:On volcanoes:  I was under the impression that when Mt St. Helens errupted in the 80's that it spewed more greenhouse gasses and pollutants into the atmosphere than the entire human race since the industrial revolution.Well, you're wrong. There have been very reliable CO2 level measurements from the 60s and there's no significant spike to be seen in...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 26 June 2007

    Timmah! said:Yulegoat: We can't handle 8000ppm?!? Do you have sources? 380ppm is .38%, 8000ppm is .8%, CO2 concentration has noticeable effects above 1% (10000ppm) lethal dose (rapid asphyxiation) is somwhere between 7% & 8% (70000 to 80000ppm). Here's the chart...Health effects of respiratory exposure to carbon dioxide(Baxter, 2000; Faivre-Pierret and Le Guern,...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 26 June 2007

    Timmah! said:HUMANS PUT OUT 0.28% OF THE TOTAL GREENHOUSE EMISSIONS ON THE PLANET!!!!! To focus on that minescule output and say it is CAUSING global warming is pure fantasy.First, where did you get your numbers from? EDIT: Just looked up the 2nd page of this thread and realised you were using Monte Hieb's personal webpage as reference. Since there was no mention of...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 25 June 2007

    Timmah! said:Yeah, solar activity really doesn't map well to temperature... Not at all. Again, the 1980-2007 data is missing, because the author knows the fast warming in that period can't be explained with variation in solar activity. The temperature in the pic seems to be that of northern hemisphere, because worldwide temperatures stayed roughly the same from 1950 to...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 25 June 2007

    z64dan said:Yulegoat said:Oregon Petition really has about 17 000 signatories, but according to a survey conducted by Scientific American, only about 200 climatologists (extrapolation) on the list agree with the statements these days: http://www.sciam.com/page.cfm?section=sidebar&articleID=0004F43C-DC1A-1C6E-84A9809EC588EF21Yes, CO2 leads to faster plant growth rates, but it...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 21 June 2007

    fooflexible said:The movie the great global warming swindel does a great explination of these kinds of charts the same one Gore shows that makes co2 emissions look like they match perfectly after they get into all the various elements you realise despite the first glimpse of the chart making a point, it really doesn't prove anything.The Great Global Warming Swindle is propaganda, just like Al...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 21 June 2007

    Starless said:I found this site very interesting. I haven't read all of it yet, though.  They referenced all the information that they used. This petition has been signed by around 17,100 scientists. Sorry if its already been posted. One of the things I found interesting is that humans adding CO2 to the atmosphere is actually HELPING plant and animal life. Moving Carbon from under...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 14 June 2007

    z64dan said:But here's the facts:2500 scientists each agreed that one part of the IPCC report was correct. They did not all agree on the entire report, they were just 2500 contributors. Kinda misleading.Yeah, but there's no denying that the part dealing with climate sensitivity is based on the views of majority of the climatologists. The IPCC in fact doesn't do any research of...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 13 June 2007

    Timmah! said:Just another point of view... For the record, I believe in global warming- average temperatures have been climbing and there's not much debate to be had about that. I simply don't believe that humans are the main cause of it. I believe the most overlooked possible cause for global warming is also the most obvious. Our sun is the heat source for our planet, and thus...

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    Awesome Screenshots Thread

    in Gaming Discussion on 10 June 2007

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 10 June 2007

    Kytiara said:Should China and India be forced to halt all new advancements and be told they have to buy our "green" products instead? What about Africa?The Kyoto treaty, for example, excludes developing countries. Kytiara said:The average global tempurature is considered to have been just as high, or maybe a bit higher, during the medieval warm period.That's not true. Every...

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    Anthropogenic Global Warming

    in General Discussion on 08 June 2007

    fooflexible said:My point is this planet had the ability to change tempetures drastically all on its own. Why are we all the sudden assuming that doesn't happen and its man that's changing everything.  Because natural forcings do not explain the observed climatic evolution. Scientists tend to measure these things. fooflexible said:Secondly Mars is warming tooYeah, but according to...

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