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Old 03-07-2019, 12:48 PM   #5328 (permalink)
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The Californian economy is doing better than ever - and they are moving to renewable energy even more quickly than they had hoped.
The CA economy does well despite their insanity, not because of it.

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My questions were fact-based and scientific. Quite the opposite of rhetorical.

If you can't explain the facts - then your hypothesis is wrong.
So were mine. You're implying that increasing CO2 has/is negatively impacting the wellbeing of humans.

The facts I present show the wellbeing of humans increasing in every significant and measurable way. Correlation does not equal causation, but it's still not something to be ignored. It's not useful to talk only of the negative aspects of something when there are plenty of relevant positive aspects of something.

I could easily talk only about the way in which my wife has placed a burden on my life and that would paint a certain picture of her and how it impacts me. If I don't talk about the many benefits of the marriage, then it doesn't reflect reality.
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