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Topic: Why Physics Can't Prove Anything
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hanson

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Re: Sam Wormley says that AGW Can't Prove Anything
Posted: May 6, 2012 11:31 PM
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Enviro- AGW-"Surfer" <sbscrbr@tpg.com.au>
who is an __Australian Green Wanker__, wrote:
>>
"Sam Wormley" <swormley1@gmail.com> wrote:
There are no "proofs" in physics, but only observations that
support, confirm or deny a theoretical construct. There is
always error in any measurement or observation.
>>>
"hanson" <hanson@quick.net> wrote:
Of course your assertion applies to AGW, doesn't it?
... unless there is no physics in AGW, at all, n'est pas.
>
Sam, it's great to see that it finally dawns on you that
the Green Bible was right all along. It starts with:
>
7 "No matter if the science is all phony, Climate change
= provides equality in the world."
= -- Christine Stewart, Canada Enviro Minister.
>
6 "Even if the theory of global warming is wrong,
= we will be doing the right thing".
= -- Sen.Tim Wirth, Admin of Ted Turner's $1Billion
. UN-gift.
>
Australian Green Wanker surfed & wrote:
In principle it would apply to all theories that attempt
to explain why the world is warming.
But of all the theories, AGW seems the most credible one.
>
hanso wrote:
In principle, due to your surfing, the theory of
Ocean Acidification has corroded your brain
by the 30% they claim.
Your _Always Green Wankering_ seems to
have made AGW most credible to yourself!
Thanks for the laughs ... ahahahaha... ahahahanson



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