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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottl View Post
    BUT ...........

    IF there really was a catastrophic flood thousands of years ago that affected a large region (not the whole world, just what could be seen from the deck of an ark) that certainly would suggest that severe weather due to climate change was neither modern nor man made.

    There are scholars who believe the story of Noah was based on an actual Sumerian flood.

    Yes, Noah's Flood May Have Happened, But Not Over the Whole Earth | NCSE
    I prefer this version.

    Danny Bhoy - Noah's Ark - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottl View Post
    BUT ...........

    IF there really was a catastrophic flood thousands of years ago that affected a large region (not the whole world, just what could be seen from the deck of an ark) that certainly would suggest that severe weather due to climate change was neither modern nor man made.

    There are scholars who believe the story of Noah was based on an actual Sumerian flood.

    Yes, Noah's Flood May Have Happened, But Not Over the Whole Earth | NCSE
    And of course there were two of each animal in said arc...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguels244 View Post
    And of course there were two of each animal in said arc...
    Are you saying that they went round in circles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguels244 View Post
    And of course there were two of each animal in said ark...

    Noah !!

    Yas Lord ?

    Only two white women, you hear me ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by camscan View Post
    Are you saying that they went round in circles?
    Guess your arc doesn't look like mine.

    arc geometry - Google-sogning

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gordon B. Clarke View Post
    Guess your arc doesn't look like mine.

    arc geometry - Googl e-sogning
    I sincerely hope that nothing that I have looks like yours.

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    Default An Inconvenient Truth

    "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!"

    So say the gloom and doom media about the Trump administration's reversal of Obama era climate policies. So we must be rapidly outpacing the rest of the world in increasing output of "green house gasses, right? Not so fast.

    U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Falling Under Trump; European Emissions Rising

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    Not clear who had the second arc, the one with one of each plant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scottl View Post
    "The sky is falling! The sky is falling!"

    So say the gloom and doom media about the Trump administration's reversal of Obama era climate policies. So we must be rapidly outpacing the rest of the world in increasing output of "green house gasses, right? Not so fast.

    U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Falling Under Trump; European Emissions Rising
    Although accurate, it's a very misleading headline. Trump's policies (enacted in 2017) would have little or no effect on the referenced 2017 data.

    From the source article:

    "Over the last year, US climate efforts have faced stiff headwinds as the Trump Administration continues to unravel Obama-era climate and clean energy policies. Although this may have slowed progress toward meeting America’s Paris goals, tailwinds in the form of cheap renewables and natural gas, steadily declining electric battery prices, and reinforced subnational policies have largely sustained the momentum built over the past few years, keeping US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on the downswing."

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomato coupe View Post
    Although accurate, it's a very misleading headline. Trump's policies (enacted in 2017) would have little or no effect on the referenced 2017 data.

    From the source article:

    "Over the last year, US climate efforts have faced stiff headwinds as the Trump Administration continues to unravel Obama-era climate and clean energy policies. Although this may have slowed progress toward meeting America’s Paris goals, tailwinds in the form of cheap renewables and natural gas, steadily declining electric battery prices, and reinforced subnational policies have largely sustained the momentum built over the past few years, keeping US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions on the downswing."

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    Scotll thinks Trump can walk on water. I prefer to think of it as "skating on thin ice".

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    scoot you have written dumber things, i just cant seem to find any.
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    So far we've had the warmest 2 month spell of dry and warm weather in 150 years. OK warm to us is up around 30ºC but no rain and high temperatures is going to give (and is giving) our farmers serious problems this year.

    At least we don't get earthquakes and tornadoes.


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