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    Quote Originally Posted by Bailey View Post
    Climategate didnt stop the global warming assholes one bit.

    I dont think he should be charged but I am all for him having an "accident".
    I don't know what you're talking about. Did you hear about the climate conference in Cancun, Mexico?

    Probably not, because no major American News agencies are even covering it.

    Meanwhile, the Kyoto Treaty is being dropped so there is no real oversight for wealthy nations.

    I am not too informed about the climate issue but I do know that we're not doing anything serious to address it.
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    It is not very unreasonable that the rich should contribute to the public expense, not only in proportion to their revenue, but something more than in that proportion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wei Wu Wei View Post
    I don't know what you're talking about. Did you hear about the climate conference in Cancun, Mexico?

    Probably not, because no major American News agencies are even covering it.

    Meanwhile, the Kyoto Treaty is being dropped so there is no real oversight for wealthy nations.

    I am not too informed about the climate issue but I do know that we're not doing anything serious to address it.
    Well...to start with....not many wealthy nations signed on to Kyoto. So there never was any oversight to speak of if it has no teeth.
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    True. Climate change reform is a joke. I can't speak much about the science of it because I haven't done my research on that, but if climate change is a real issue then we're screwed because all of the major contributors just don't care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wei Wu Wei View Post
    I don't know what you're talking about. Did you hear about the climate conference in Cancun, Mexico?

    Probably not, because no major American News agencies are even covering it.

    Meanwhile, the Kyoto Treaty is being dropped so there is no real oversight for wealthy nations.

    I am not too informed about the climate issue but I do know that we're not doing anything serious to address it.
    What is the climate doing that you think could be stopped? Do you want to get rid of the seasons?
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    I just hope that our environment continues to be able to support the human species, and because ecosystems are perpetually unstable and ever-evolving, we shouldn't accept as a given that the world we've lived in the past will be the same world we'll live in the future.

    However, I'd prefer if this thread didn't turn into a global warming discussion so I'll stop here
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    Let's get back on topic, people. ;)
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