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    One minute most are complaining that the US has too stay out of all world issues or problems, the next your saying we are expected to control "global warming"by what we do here in this country while China,India,Brazil just to name a few continue to pollute.These countries are never going to adhere to any rules that curtail production in their countries.
    Mother nature has did a really good job, and i believe it will continue, without the eliteist blowing their horns trying to be some kind of world savers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayheykid View Post


    Whether it's a act of nature or cause by man, mankind should do everything possible to stop it or slow it down, for the good of "All Mankind" not just the 1%
    we are an insignificant flea on this planet to make a change, a change that may be a mistake of unintended consequences.
    Plant growth also surges on CO2 increase which removes larger amounts of CO2
    Anyone with a pot grow room knows that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sayheykid View Post
    Am not sure they really know when they may erupt, IMO they re just guessing, but remember Yellowstone is not the only one......Mother Nature will do what it has to do, there is a reason for all those Forrest Fire's not all are started by man, from time to time the forrest must be cleanse...

    Year Without a Summer
    The year 1816 is known as the Year Without a Summer (also the Poverty Year, the Summer that Never Was, Year There Was No Summer, and Eighteen Hundred and Froze to Death)[1] because of severe climate abnormalities that caused average global temperatures to decrease by 0.4–0.7 °C (0.7–1.3 °F).[2] This resulted in major food shortages across the Northern Hemisphere.[3]
    Evidence suggests that the anomaly was predominantly a volcanic winter event caused by the massive 1815 eruption of Mount Tambora in the Dutch East Indies (the largest eruption in at least 1,300 years after the extreme weather events of 535–536), perhaps plus the 1814 eruption of Mayon in the Philippines. The Earth had already been in a centuries-long period of global cooling that started in the 14th century. Known today as the Little Ice Age, it had already caused considerable agricultural distress in Europe. The Little Ice Age's existing cooling was aggravated by the eruption of Tambora, which occurred during its concluding decades.[4]
    today you are a people that depend upon a system. 90% of the world would be dead if this was to happen today

    At least the wheat, rye and potatoes were holding up, staving off famine. In Ashland, N.H., Reuben Whitten was able to grow wheat on his south-facing farm. He shared it with his neighbors. After he died in 1847, his neighbors paid for his gravestone and later erected a monument that read:


    A pioneer of this town. Cold season of 1816 raised 40 bushels of wheat
    on this land which kept his family and neighbors from starvation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1484-1075 View Post
    One minute most are complaining that the US has too stay out of all world issues or problems, the next your saying we are expected to control "global warming"by what we do here in this country while China,India,Brazil just to name a few continue to pollute.These countries are never going to adhere to any rules that curtail production in their countries.
    Mother nature has did a really good job, and i believe it will continue, without the eliteist blowing their horns trying to be some kind of world savers.
    ''Mother nature has done a really good job,and I believe it will continue''...and your Credentials are?

    And by the way...Chinese emissions from coal-burning peaked in 2013...and they are installing huge amounts of renewable energy...producing millions of electric vehicles and returning to mass use of bicycles...Smart Business.

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    Quote Originally Posted by strapdrager View Post
    Year Without a Summer

    today you are a people that depend upon a system. 90% of the world would be dead if this was to happen today
    A framework for profits for those industries who see,or saw,opportunities,and a framework for new taxes.One would expect from a serious CO2 reduction program that it limits C02 emission to a given quantity per inhabitant per country per year.Nothing else,no trading in emission rights.Reducing emission per inhabitant of course will lead to more expensive energy,and lowers real income per inhabitant.How much are people willing to give to reach an uncertain outcome?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wizard View Post
    ''Mother nature has done a really good job,and I believe it will continue''...and your Credentials are?

    And by the way...Chinese emissions from coal-burning peaked in 2013...and they are installing huge amounts of renewable energy...producing millions of electric vehicles and returning to mass use of bicycles...Smart Business.
    Then if this is true then why was China given a pass on much until 2030 like India was??

 

 
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