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Old 01-16-2020, 02:16 PM   #8191 (permalink)
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If I do think have any facts then explain the.....
Be aware that this whole line of argumentation is so obtuse that grammar becomes impotent.
Grammar policing...
It's only the universally accepted ultimate admission of defeat.
The point was that I don't have a stake in the argument, in fact given the sloppy grammar, I can't even parse it.

That whooshing sound was the joke I was trying to make.

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Old 01-17-2020, 04:08 AM   #8192 (permalink)
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This is how the believers have been acting since they found out that the ipcc will be including external inputs to climate change.
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Old 01-17-2020, 04:10 AM   #8193 (permalink)
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The point was that I don't have a stake in the argument, in fact given the sloppy grammar, I can't even parse it.

That whooshing sound was the joke I was trying to make.
We know you are not the grammar polica.
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Only if you cling to known to be flawed and now obsolete CPMI5 data set.
That's a bold claim - got any evidence?
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That's a bold claim - got any evidence?
https://suspicious0bservers.org/ I invite you to do your own homework. The update is scheduled for 2022.

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To do so, they turned to a hearty photosynthetic cyanobacterial species in the genus Synechococcus. They mixed the cyanobacterium with sand and a hydrogel that helped retain water and nutrients. The mix provided structural support to the bacteria, which -- as they grey -- lay down calcium carbonate, similar to the way some ocean creatures create shells. When dried, the resulting material was as strong as cement-based mortar. "It looks like a Frankenstein-type material," Srubar says. "That's exactly what we're trying to create, something that stays alive." Under the right conditions, which included relatively high humidity, Srubar's living material not only survived but reproduced. After the researchers split the original brick in half and added extra sand, hydrogel, and nutrients, the cyanobacteria grew in 6 hours into two full-size bricks; after three generations (in which the researchers again split the bricks), they had eight bricks, they report today in Matter.
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Old 01-17-2020, 08:22 PM   #8196 (permalink)
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If those trees are so rare they probably just need to go extinct already. Save some seeds for future research and light'em up.

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That's a bold claim - got any evidence?
If it's so good why aren't they using it in the next report?
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Glasgow,Scotland,targets carbon neutral in decade

BBC or Deutsche Velle Television,this morning,mentioned that Glasgow is working towards being carbon neutral in a decade.The city is installing EV charging stations and hydrogen infrastructure,as well as ramping up renewables for their grid,with wind and solar.
Also,Brian Deese,Global Head of Sustainable Investing,for Black Rock Investments was on,talking about how climate-related risks have been underplayed in the marketplace.Black Rock is moving away from energy sources such as coal,and positioning themselves ahead of the curve with respect to the transition away from fossil fuels.
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On the solutions side of the ledger:

Biochar and hempcrete are still necessary.
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Hydrogen is not carbon neutral.
Hydrogen is expensive, $16 for 1kg in California right now. (1kg of H2 contains as much energy as a gallon of diesel)

I love that wall building robotic crane. Drug smugglers trying to climb over it would face a qubert like 3D frogger game with 1 life and infinite respond time.
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I think those bollard walls should have a monowheel drone that can traverse the top, with the CG below the fencetop. Maybe a triple wheel to climb the steps.

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