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Topic: The Death Blow to Anthropogenic Global Warming
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hanson

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Re: The Death Blow to Anthropogenic Global Warming
Posted: Jul 13, 2013 1:32 PM
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Jacoby "benj" <benj@iwaynet.net> wrote:..
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"Sam Wormley" <swormley1@gmail.com> wrote:
Here's the situation: Burning tens of millions of years of
sequestered carbon in just a few centuries is not without
consequence... it's rapid warming of the planet.
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hanson wrote:
Sam, my dear pal, why are you so fanatically against
AGW?. One consequence that you carefully avoid to
mention is that many folks, even Enviros, do thoroughly
enjoy AGW... and they are all from Greenpeace... all of
them split naked, enjoying their Mongolian cluster fucks.
Here see for yourself, Sam, join'em & celebrate AGW:
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https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/525256_370718533047582_2102359751_n.jpg
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https://sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/935564_370718523047583_1553852909_n.jpg
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https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-prn1/935338_370718876380881_1148030806_n.jpg
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https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/601879_370719169714185_1463037365_n.jpg
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... even while they are in the theater, watching Green Hamlet.
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"benj" <benj@iwaynet.net> wrote:
Hanson-heeb, this is bordering on "too much information".
I may have to rethink the consequences to civilization
resulting from anthropogenic global warming.
Sam may know more than he appears...
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hanson wrote:
"heeb"?... ahahaha... It is flattering, Ben, that even after
what <http://tinyurl.com/Rosenthal-says-about-Jacoby>
you still insist that hanson, the Viking, uncut, is needed
for your claim that "Joos are the most intelligent people
on the planet"... ahahaha... Thanks for the accolades, Ben.
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Now Ben, since you also daily cry about "forbidden subjects"
I shall present you here with such an issue in view of the
world wide, global craziness and irrationality in finance,
politics, religions & enviro fanaticism that is going on.
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One can make a case for an underlying cause, ...which
none of the special interest groups dare to touch, not even
with a 10 foot pole... Pun intended.... because recent
publications and posts here said that:
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#1# the Earth's Magnet North pole has moved 161 miles
in the last 6 months (2013) alone...
<http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8cBRwPbWuzw>
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#2# CNN aired stories that vast flocks of Tundra bound
Birds have missed their normal feeding & breeding
grounds and a dying off in mass...

#3# All Avians have iron-rich dendritic cells in their beaks
which contain magnetite (Fe(III)2O3) or (Fe (II)Fe(III)2O4)
crystals which act for them like compass needles for/on
their annual migrations. The consequence of the magnetic
pole shift is obvious: #2# because of #1#.
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#4# Mammals, including humans, have such magnetic
compass cells also. (See links below). Now connect the
dots and a scenario arises which suggests that due to
the geomagnetic changes of their environment humans
too could have lost/missed their traditional bearings,
and are no longer able to keep/stay within their normal,
regimented, usual ways of social behavior.
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On the surface this may sound far fetched... & humiliating
.. can't be, cuz after all we are the crow jewel of evolution,
etc...... But the Daily News @ 11, from all over the globe,
does suggest that there may be still unknown processes
at work which subtly influence, steer, control & dominate
human social behavior... after all... in analogue...
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it took millennia to recognize and accept the profound
action that "unseen" microbes & viri have onto human
mental- and physical health, not to mention the resulting
impact of it onto our social ways & habits.
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http://www.bing.com/news/search?q=migratory+bird+problems+changing+magnetic+field&qpvt=migratory+bird+problems+changing+magnetic+field&FORM=EWRE
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http://www.bing.com/search?q=magnetic+pole+shift+2013&qs=SC&form=QBLH&pq=magnetc+pole+shift&sc=8-18&sp=2&sk=RQ1&ghc=1
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http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/754/flashcards/566754/png/41321652880398.png
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http://www.bing.com/search?q=magnetic+dendrites+in+humans&FORM=AWRE
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http://faculty.washington.edu/imada/img/SummaryE1.gif






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