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Who you gonna believe a 16 year old Swedish girl or a 140 year old Vulcan scientist who has saved the universe multiple times?
 

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Who you gonna believe a 16 year old Swedish girl or a 140 year old Vulcan scientist who has saved the universe multiple times?
Easy choice. . . :grin
 

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We are living in an ice age, we are just in an interglacial period. If we were out of the ice age and conditions were “normal,” there would be no polar icecaps. Throughout the past 550 million years, there have been polar icecaps only 9% of the time. The norm is no polar icecaps.

https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/01/03/earths-ice-ages/
 

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Hi. The science wasn't necessarily wrong then. It didn't take man made ozone depletion from CFCs into account or the subsequent worldwide ban of CFCs lead by global scientists along with President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and the regeneration of the ozone layer which is currently in the process of "healing". What we're using now in place of CFCs (HFCs) is great for the ozone layer but a hundred times worse for the greenhouse effect which wasn't taken account for then either because it wasn't known we'd trade one man made disaster for another and a variety of other variables. Predicting what humans will do, what affect it will have on the planet is difficult but I have one; humans will destroy the planet and all life on it one way or another. The only question is "when?". Within 200 years I suspect. But perhaps tomorrow.
 

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...humans will destroy the planet and all life on it one way or another. The only question is "when?". Within 200 years I suspect. But perhaps tomorrow.
That statement is just idiotic. Humans are not going to destroy the planet. That is simply, and completely outside the realm of possibility. And we're not going to destroy all life, either. At worst we might destroy the planet's ability to support humans, and maybe a few other species. The planet will survive, and enough other organisms will survive to eventually (a billion years?) evolve into a rich tapestry of species once again.

First post and it is an absurd, hysterical exaggeration. SHEESH! Get a life!
 

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Hi. The science wasn't necessarily wrong then. It didn't take man made ozone depletion from CFCs into account or the subsequent worldwide ban of CFCs lead by global scientists along with President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and the regeneration of the ozone layer which is currently in the process of "healing". What we're using now in place of CFCs (HFCs) is great for the ozone layer but a hundred times worse for the greenhouse effect which wasn't taken account for then either because it wasn't known we'd trade one man made disaster for another and a variety of other variables. Predicting what humans will do, what affect it will have on the planet is difficult but I have one; humans will destroy the planet and all life on it one way or another. The only question is "when?". Within 200 years I suspect. But perhaps tomorrow.
Might want to speak from the other end of your body.
 

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Welcome to FCC. :rofl
 

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Hi. The science wasn't necessarily wrong then. It didn't take man made ozone depletion from CFCs into account or the subsequent worldwide ban of CFCs lead by global scientists along with President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and the regeneration of the ozone layer which is currently in the process of "healing". What we're using now in place of CFCs (HFCs) is great for the ozone layer but a hundred times worse for the greenhouse effect which wasn't taken account for then either because it wasn't known we'd trade one man made disaster for another and a variety of other variables. Predicting what humans will do, what affect it will have on the planet is difficult but I have one; humans will destroy the planet and all life on it one way or another. The only question is "when?". Within 200 years I suspect. But perhaps tomorrow.
welcome to FCC from Palm Beach County, CLaws! :wave

Since you've now made you first post to FCC without an introduction, please take the time to post you're own Introduction to FCC and perhaps the members will take you more seriously, particularly on the subject of thread. You can do that by going to the Introduce Yourself section of The Front Office and start your very own introduction thread. Then you'll find that lots of other FCC members will know to chime in to properly welcome you to the forum, and will be more responsive in answering questions!

In case you weren't aware, you can stay current on pertinent Florida Statutes regarding use of force and firearms law by going right to the source using these links for Chapter 776 - Justifiable Use of Force and Chapter 790 - Weapons and Firearms. I'd also like to suggest you obtain your own copy of FLORIDA FIREARMS Law, Use & Ownership by Jon Gutmacher!

Finally, I would like to recommend you consider joining Florida Carry and join the effort to protect the rights of Floridians to keep and bear arms!

Again, welcome to FCC! :grin
 

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Hi. The science wasn't necessarily wrong then. It didn't take man made ozone depletion from CFCs into account or the subsequent worldwide ban of CFCs lead by global scientists along with President Ronald Reagan and British Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher and the regeneration of the ozone layer which is currently in the process of "healing".
The ozone layer has changed from large to small many times without prehistoric man having to give up his cans of Right Guard in order to help cool a planet that we were assured would be a giant glacier by now. Miami Beach was supposed to be underwater by 2021... only a year left for that to happen.

The problem with these climate guessers is exactly that - they're guessing. They plug real data into models then expect these models to predict the future like Kreskin with ESP and it simply never works the way they think. Every year hurricane predictions all over the place... big and many, no small and few, no catastrophic. I can make those guesses without the help of a climate scientist.
 

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Didn't you guys know that many thousands of years ago when we had an Ice Age, that Florida never froze over. Hence, natural selection never happened here! That's why we have the all the dumbass Florida Man stories :dunno.
 

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Maybe humor, maybe not.

 
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