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Topic: The Continuing Climate Meltdown WSJ artical
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: The Continuing Climate Meltdown WSJ artical
Posted: Feb 26, 2010 7:10 PM
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the UNIPCC has been continuously self-culled
of anyone who dysagrees with the thesis of "global" warming,
largely based upon computerized simulacra & selective repotage;
I know of no dataset that actually shows "global" warming, although
I think that there is equatorial warming.

rather, I know of several datasests that show temperate zne cooling.

> The science is largely clear. No errors have been found in that part. We
> 're just not entirely clear just how bad the future will look.

I'm not a Larouchiac, these days, but
their research is good, in showing that Marx
was far too heavily influenced by the so-called capitalism
of Adam Smith, as his "thesis," and
who was himself trained at Hailyborough College; eh?

both were contemporaries of the American Revolution,
which was fought against British Liberal Free Trade (at any rate,
_The Wealth of Nations_ was published in 1776).

> I am forced to believe that for this and similar reasons that it is
> imperative that only white men be counted on.

> read more »

"all [of] their creeds are an admonition in [JS's] sight"
-- I like it, but waht did he mean in the context
of _The Pearl of [that] Price_??

so, what is this "diode" supposed to be connected to?

> 3) Diamond has a negative electron work function into vacuum.
> 4) Osmium has a 5.92 eV electron work function into vacuum.
> US Pat. 5283501
> Chem. Mater. 20(21) 6871 (2008)
> Diamond and Related Materials, 15(11-12) 2082 (2006)
> Electron Comm Jpn Pt 2, 82(8) 42 (1999)

that was the paragraph before their patented new ****.
> here:

that is an "H2," you say, with 100mpg using *what* kind of engine?...
the Bradley fughting Vehicles was said to be big peice of ****
by the military, then GM sold it to us as a SUV via the pre-
so, what is the sustainable rate of "fossilized (TM)" fuel
anyway?... or, what is the "current" rate of its production?

--les OEUvres!

--Stop Cheeny, Rice, Pendergast and the ICC's 3rd British invasion of

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