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Fox News Says Global Warming Deniers Are Crazy


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Fox News, anchor Shep Smith was reporting on the bizarre story of a man who was found "drunk, naked and wedged up to his waist in a toilet" when he made the comparison to “people who deny the whole global warming thing.” “They’re just a little crazy, you know?” said Smith. “What do you do?”

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If you don't know what Fox "News" is think of them like the republican parties propaganda machine.. ;)

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yea living in america for the past year and a half iv gotten to know fox news and the fact that theyre saying this is at least a sign that people are starting to wake up and realise its real!

if even the most propagandaous (or something like that) news channel admits to global warming then there may still be hope...

However, with new records being set for cold temps, the propaganda that it is totally man-caused is losing a lot of credibility.

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That's lies without any scientific support backing it.

:lol: :lol: :lol: "lies without any scientific support backing it" :lol: :lol: :lol: not lies but weather reports coming in every night on the US news and weather Biggest snow storm in 30 years hits Las Vegas You are making the same mistake you are accusing others of, you are blinding your self to the facts.

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:lol: :lol: :lol: "lies without any scientific support backing it" :lol: :lol: :lol: not lies but weather reports coming in every night on the US news and weather Biggest snow storm in 30 years hits Las Vegas You are making the same mistake you are accusing others of, you are blinding your self to the facts.

Abnormal conditions prove nothing. Could an overall warming result in unusually cold conditions in some locations? Maybe. Maybe not. We simply do not understand enough about climatic drivers to be able to say for sure. Heck, we don't even understand the causes of events which are known to have a major impact on our climate: El Niño and La Niña. As I have said previously, all we can do at the point in time is to accept the word of the world's leading climate scientists who have concluded that man's actions are very probably causing the climate to warm.

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Abnormal conditions prove nothing. Could an overall warming result in unusually cold conditions in some locations? Maybe. Maybe not. We simply do not understand enough about climatic drivers to be able to say for sure. Heck, we don't even understand the causes of events which are known to have a major impact on our climate: El Niño and La Niña. As I have said previously, all we can do at the point in time is to accept the word of the world's leading climate scientists who have concluded that man's actions are very probably causing the climate to warm.

The issue here is that you had to stick the word "PROBABLY" in there because they are guessing that it is totally caused by man. The truth is as stated "We simply do not understand enough about climatic drivers to be able to say for sure" but in the mean time a bunch of shallow minded people want to blame everything on man :lol:

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The issue here is that you had to stick the word "PROBABLY" in there because they are guessing that it is totally caused by man. The truth is as stated "We simply do not understand enough about climatic drivers to be able to say for sure" but in the mean time a bunch of shallow minded people want to blame everything on man :lol:

Yup, but sometimes probably should be a good enough standard of proof upon which to base a decision. Leap from the top of the Space Needle, and you'll probably die - so don't do it. Keep on as we are doing, and we'll probably cause climate change - so don't do it.

The recent glut of unusually hot years is incredibly unlikely to happen in a stable climate.

Eduardo Zorita of Germany's Institute for Coastal Research and colleagues calculated the probability of this happening in a range of scenarios.

A key consideration is that the weather one year is not independent of the weather the year before. If it were, the odds of having any given temperature would be the same each year, and the likelihood of getting a such a 17-year cluster would be tiny – on the order of 1 in 10 trillion.

"An anomalous warm year tends to be followed by a warm year," says Zorita, because of the way oceans store heat and release it slowly. "A devil's advocate could argue that the clustering of warmest years at the end of the record could be simply due to chance, since the climate system has a natural memory."

However, even when Zorita included this natural feedback in his model, but excluded global warming, the odds of observing the cluster of record-breaking years was still about 1 in 10,000.

"We cannot ascribe the anomaly to any particular physical factor, like anthropogenic greenhouse gases," says Zorita. "But our conclusions are consistent with those of the fourth IPCC report," which states there is a very high probability that human emissions are causing global warming.

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