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    I can never tell if Browns fans are happy. Are...

    I can never tell if Browns fans are happy. Are Browns fans ever happy?

    The game was boring but Baker played well and OBJ lit things up with that catch plus going 6-161yds 1-TD, 36yds and a TD more...
  2. - Before getting into the weeds, are you arguing ...

    - Before getting into the weeds, are you arguing greenhouse gases do not act to amplify warming associated with very long timescale variations in the Earth's orbital configuration?

    - Are you...
  3. Saying, "there is no evidence of CO2 ever...

    Saying, "there is no evidence of CO2 ever driving earth's temperature in the historical record" is disingenuous even for Ron.


    - The fundamental theoretical physics, verified by extensive...
  4. The logarithmic effect argument is as levels of...

    The logarithmic effect argument is as levels of CO2 concentrations increase each addition unit of CO2 has a smaller effect than the CO2 added before. The effect is still upward sloping but it's not...
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    Makes sense. When I'm at altitude and near a...

    Makes sense. When I'm at altitude and near a radio I find myself wondering, "What the hell is this garbage?" And the answer is always the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
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    Baker teed up for a win tonight because the Jets...

    Baker teed up for a win tonight because the Jets starting high school QB is out with mono.

    With the way Lamar Jackson is playing and if the Browns start living up to expectations it wouldn't...
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    Roethlisberger out for the season with an elbow...

    Roethlisberger out for the season with an elbow injury.
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    It's all speculative: - There's evidence the...

    It's all speculative:

    - There's evidence the strike might have originated in Iraq or even Iran. Mike Pompeo says there's no evidence the attacks came from Yemen

    - The attack might not have...
  9. You're not wrong about Ron inconsistently...

    You're not wrong about Ron inconsistently enumerating support and denial but in this instance he’s saying researchers shouldn’t make sweeping claims when, “proxy records [are] combined with recent...
  10. - It makes a difference because your accusations...

    - It makes a difference because your accusations of the researchers pushing an agenda are unfounded. Once again you default to impugning the scientific community. The paper itself focuses on the...
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    Because Jarrett Stidham? Belichick wants to win a...

    Because Jarrett Stidham? Belichick wants to win a SB without Brady, Brady says not going to happen...
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    Brady to Moss... I mean Brown looks eerie ...

    Brady to Moss... I mean Brown looks eerie


    Meanwhile Cousins is 4-14 for 98 yards.
  13. Yet another misrepresentation from Ron. Ron's...

    Yet another misrepresentation from Ron.

    Ron's quote, which is a review of the research, not the research itself, discusses issues with the proxies but does not invalidate the proxies. The review...
  14. Just the opposite is true. While acknowledging...

    Just the opposite is true. While acknowledging limitations inherent in the proxies themselves, their finding that modern era climate change is unprecedented in the common era still stands:

    "Neukom...
  15. It has everything to do with our current...

    It has everything to do with our current argument. I know what you are claiming but just because you want to frame the argument in different way, which is obvious, doesn't change the facts. In a...
  16. I'm saying that essentially early twentieth...

    I'm saying that essentially early twentieth century warming doesn’t really defy our overall understanding of human driven warming.

    As you can see from your chart, in the past the more natural...
  17. - Maybe we're not looking at the same chart in...

    - Maybe we're not looking at the same chart in the same way but multidecadal variability does look externally forced principally by changes in the frequency and amplitude of volcanic forcing....
  18. You should know what I think because we've...

    You should know what I think because we've discussed this already. We went from a relatively violent volcanic period to a relatively quiet volcanic period.

    So it's not just a coincidence. The...
  19. It's worth pointing out that we shouldn't expect...

    It's worth pointing out that we shouldn't expect see tototally linear trends. There will be ebb and flow on shorter times scales. The real concern is if long term the retreats are bigger than the...
  20. Even if this ends up being the case there are...

    Even if this ends up being the case there are additional greenhouse gases to contend with: Methane, NOX, CFCs, HFCs each of which is much more potent.

    Then there's all the other issues like a loss...
  21. There hasn't been progress because you simply...

    There hasn't been progress because you simply either ignore or willfully misinterpret the evidence.

    - Just because the chart shows the instrumental target does not mean they are using instrumental...
  22. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqkGoCglp_U

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqkGoCglp_U
  23. It’s been argued ad nauseam in this thread...

    It’s been argued ad nauseam in this thread already but according to the latest research it’s not just the rate, it’s also the global condition and the heat:

    1. Average global temperatures are...
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    The Ramans do everything in threes... A Second...

    The Ramans do everything in threes...

    A Second Interstellar Object May Be Streaking through Our Solar System
    ...
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    The newer hybrids put the battery underneath the...

    The newer hybrids put the battery underneath the backseat. Subaru's design is older and wasn't engineered to accommodate a battery so it ends up being a kludge.

    Some of the newer designs also...
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    On the other side of the equation is not having...

    On the other side of the equation is not having to stop for gas. Probably not a big deal, but it saves some time & hassle.
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    It's not just that boats are smaller and tighter,...

    It's not just that boats are smaller and tighter, they are often constructed and finished with materials that give off thick toxic smoke when they smolder and burn. In contrast, even though...
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    At the time, in 2016, Denmark was the only...

    At the time, in 2016, Denmark was the only country in Europe where EV sales were down. That's because the government cut taxes on ICE cars by up to 10% in an attempt get people into newer safer cars...
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    Hybrids were once subsidized with tax credits too.

    Hybrids were once subsidized with tax credits too.
  30. I never bought into the paid shill narrative, and...

    I never bought into the paid shill narrative, and I said so. More like a person pretending to be new to all of this but in reality letting too many things slip.

    The phrase science advances one...
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    Toyota's new RAV4 Hybrid is not a plug-in hybrid...

    Toyota's new RAV4 Hybrid is not a plug-in hybrid but it only costs $800 more than the AWD gas only RAV4. The $800 payback is fairly short when comparing 40 mpg combined versus 28 mpg combined. Plus,...
  32. With current rates of warming in the short term...

    With current rates of warming in the short term it will be more about a decline in ski season length at lower elevation resorts in the PNW, Midwest, and Northeast. Higher elevation resorts might even...
  33. It's obvious now that he's catfishing, The...

    It's obvious now that he's catfishing,

    The snowboards likely belong to somebody else in his orbit and there's no way he's in his early 30s. Too many of his cultural references, like the IPCC...
  34. - You argued earlier in this thread that warming...

    - You argued earlier in this thread that warming prior to 1950 did occur in a globally uniform (spatially-temporally) way but that's not what the charts in your paper show and that's not what the...
  35. I am well aware there's a certain level of...

    I am well aware there's a certain level of uncertainty in all of this. That's why I typically say things like "So we are sort of running an experiment that we donít know what is going to happen" or...
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    What did you do before you became the little...

    What did you do before you became the little prince of the undead?
  37. - You falsely claimed warming was greater from...

    - You falsely claimed warming was greater from 1920-1945 than it was from 1980-today

    -- You posted a similar graph after accusing me of posting a fake graph. Your graph was essentially the same...
  38. True. But to be clear the papers we are...

    True. But to be clear the papers we are discussing focus on decadal (decade and multi-decade) patterns in an attempt to separate the signal from the noise. Nobody should be surprised to see warming...
  39. - I don't know where you got the GISS info from,...

    - I don't know where you got the GISS info from, if not cherry picked then perhaps from a fraudulent source. The quote is accurate even though the content is not.


    -- I know what you are saying,...
  40. Per the paper itself the white areas count as...

    Per the paper itself the white areas count as less significant warming, a noisy pattern, but they do count as warming.

    And while I did write "a warming period now affecting the whole planet at the...
  41. lol. 1 - You wrote in response to me saying...

    lol.

    1 - You wrote in response to me saying most of the global warming occurred in the past 35 years by cherry picking GISS data purportedly showing the warming was greater from 1920-1945 than it...
  42. I'm trying to give RJ the benefit of the doubt....

    I'm trying to give RJ the benefit of the doubt. In fairness to him, and everyone else, these discussions can get pretty far into the weeds.

    The problem is he keeps cherry-picking what he considers...
  43. No kidding. RJ can't read a chart and he can't...

    No kidding. RJ can't read a chart and he can't read a paragraph. RJ did get that, "recent warming is stronger than previous decades" this time around even though he reached the opposite conclusion...
  44. Your analysis, once again, misses the mark....

    Your analysis, once again, misses the mark. Through 2009 there were regions with less significant warming compared with other regions but unlike in the past any cooling is extremely limited. This is...
  45. Or just went down the rabbit hole and is...

    Or just went down the rabbit hole and is unwilling to update his prior beliefs.
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    I thought Murray played well for his first ...

    I thought Murray played well for his first regular season game, especially the two late TDs and the 2-pt conversion.


    Detroit's take:


    The Lions Lions’d, the Cardinals Cardinals’d,...
  47. The paper does, though. The paper describes how...

    The paper does, though. The paper describes how the global warming trend has evolved from lots of spatial variability to an unvarying trend. And the paper (2014) describes data through 2009, we've...
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    Cousins went 8-10 and only 98 yards. 1 TD. He was...

    Cousins went 8-10 and only 98 yards. 1 TD. He was efficient but only had ten pass attempts. His QBR looked good last year too and yet the team went 8-7. And that was with Diggs and Thielen who were...
  49. The funny thing is, when you do make an attempt...

    The funny thing is, when you do make an attempt at analysis your attempts often fail.

    You are not only losing these debates, you're losing your own debates with yourself.



    In any case, this...
  50. Your source, and not for the first time, did a...

    Your source, and not for the first time, did a lot more than screenshotting graphs and abstracts, they purposefully misrepresented the scientific literature.

    And in your followup you did make an...
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