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You were talking CO2, so I only did CO2. I'm not wasting more of my time than that. I focus on the US because I (and many of us here) live in the US. I have no delusions of my actions changing anything in India or China. I live here, so I focus here.

I don't understand how another engineer can be so ignorant of statistics.

You dismiss humans far too easily, and totally went with an ad hominim attack instead of telling me how a 5% CO2 increase is supposed to be negligible.

I'm glad you know better than all those people working on this problem. Publish your climate paper and make your millions.
I can't believe another engineer blindly believes "statistics." A 5% CO2 increase, where? Globally? How exactly do you measure that? What about all of our urban heatsinks? Drive a few miles outside of a metro area and it can easily be 5 degrees cooler. Yet we're told a 2 degree increase will put us all under water. :face-icon-small-dis Dude it is all bull****, part of the globalist agenda that is finally being put to a ****ing halt. Go watch "The inconvenient truth" and see how idiotic all of this **** is, and how they have been switching the storyline to fit the narrative since the 60s. Wake up!
 

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I can't believe another engineer blindly believes "statistics." A 5% CO2 increase, where? Globally? How exactly do you measure that? What about all of our urban heatsinks? Drive a few miles outside of a metro area and it can easily be 5 degrees cooler. Yet we're told a 2 degree increase will put us all under water. :face-icon-small-dis Dude it is all bull****, part of the globalist agenda that is finally being put to a ****ing halt. Go watch "The inconvenient truth" and see how idiotic all of this **** is, and how they have been switching the storyline to fit the narrative since the 60s. Wake up!
All questions I did ask. All questions I found answers for, all posted above for anyone willing to read something. I didn't blindly believe statistics. I researched how they came up with them.
 

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All questions I did ask. All questions I found answers for, all posted above for anyone willing to read something. I didn't blindly believe statistics. I researched how they came up with them.
You can find answers to whatever the hell you want, it doesn't mean they're correct. Nobody actually really understands what is going on with the earth's climate. That gigantic orange nuclear reactor dictates that ****. The less than 1% of surface area of our planet that releases carbon into the air does NOT dictate it, your slave masters just want you to think that so they can continue to enrich themselves.
 

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You can find answers to whatever the hell you want, it doesn't mean they're correct. Nobody actually really understands what is going on with the earth's climate. That gigantic orange nuclear reactor dictates that ****. The less than 1% of surface area of our planet that releases carbon into the air does NOT dictate it, your slave masters just want you to think that so they can continue to enrich themselves.
"I don't understand, so nobody could understand"

That's pretty arrogant, and just not true.

I have to laugh at the money argument. There's so much to be made from continuing use of fossil fuels. That's why there's so much money spent keeping people ignorant of this. Many many corporations don't want change here.

Do you believe cigarettes give you cancer? That was fought just like this is being, with attempts to discredit the scientists doing the research.
 

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All questions I did ask. All questions I found answers for, all posted above for anyone willing to read something. I didn't blindly believe statistics. I researched how they came up with them.
Diesel exhaust fluid is a glaring example of environmental regulation corruption. Our politicians completely fabricated an industry to virtue signal for the environment. In reality, it takes a **** ton of energy to produce this product, and how many million 2.5 gallon plastic containers are floating around in the ocean and landfills across the country? Not to mention all of the time, energy, and resources that have been wasted to develop it? It has bankruped many owner operators. There is 0 chance it has had a net positive effect on the environment. All it did was make a few people very very wealthy.
 

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"I don't understand, so nobody could understand"

That's pretty arrogant, and just not true.

I have to laugh at the money argument. There's so much to be made from continuing use of fossil fuels. That's why there's so much money spent keeping people ignorant of this. Many many corporations don't want change here.

Do you believe cigarettes give you cancer? That was fought just like this is being, with attempts to discredit the scientists doing the research.
If they understand it, why has the narrative changed, multiple times? Of course there is money behind fossil fuels, they are the driving force behind our economy. Logistics and natural resources are a gigantic reason why we f*cking dominate the world. Good luck with that if we abandon fossil fuels. Let me guess, you think the "green new deal" is a good idea
 

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"I don't understand, so nobody could understand"

That's pretty arrogant, and just not true.

I have to laugh at the money argument. There's so much to be made from continuing use of fossil fuels. That's why there's so much money spent keeping people ignorant of this. Many many corporations don't want change here.

Do you believe cigarettes give you cancer? That was fought just like this is being, with attempts to discredit the scientists doing the research.
Comparing fossil fuels to smoking cigarettes. You really don't get it. Wake up!
 

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Wow. What makes the turbines need to be replaced, aside from the American necessity to throw away stuff & get new stuff?

Reminds me of the "cash for clunkers" program that had thousands of functional cars traded in & their engines filled with sand so that folks would buy new cars. Because obviously, the manufacturing of new a car doesn't use any greenhouse gases. To say nothing of the disposal of the piles of clunkers.
 

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Wow. What makes the turbines need to be replaced, aside from the American necessity to throw away stuff & get new stuff?

Reminds me of the "cash for clunkers" program that had thousands of functional cars traded in & their engines filled with sand so that folks would buy new cars. Because obviously, the manufacturing of new a car doesn't use any greenhouse gases. To say nothing of the disposal of the piles of clunkers.


Yet another illustration of how the government fails miserably at everything it does where the private sector kicks azz.


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