Global warming is real


#1354

Yep, I was thinking of that when Sam typed his reply above with the multiple impact theory.

There’s also a multiple impact theory explaining the formation of our own moon that is pretty interesting.


#1358

Well, you got one thing right, you are boing. :stuck_out_tongue:


#1359

Yeah, I wanted to ask the idiots here what they thought the moon was made of and how it was formed.

I also thought to ask in thier astronomic billion year averaging if they took into account that every once and a while a sun blinks out, goes nova, or celestial mass A and B collide, change course, and hilarity ensues.

We are way far afield from the true causes and effects here. The Arctic cap is still there, polar bears are doing well, Antarctica is rocking making ice faster than a Motel 6 ice machine on a Saturday night… And I just came back from the beach, it’s still there.

Tesla is failing, Trucks are selling like funnel cakes at the county fair, and American Engineers are innovating our way to a petro export Boom!

Unfortunately NYNY is not under water and frozen solid. I guess we can’t win’em all.


#1360

Math folks math! I want to see the math on how Reflective Green House gas works! I need to see it. Please post it! Its simple it will fit in the box I am sure.


#1361

Do we leave the cat in box?


#1362

Pssst.

$1 is 50% less than $2…


#1363

So what both of you are saying is that $1 dollar is what global warming is really worth.


#1364

You’ll enjoy this.


#1365

The Dims are just mad that decreasing a $2 tax to $1 is a 50% decrease, but raising a $1 tax to $2 is a 100% increase.

This defies thier Democrat Social Justice Warrior creed.

:rofl:


#1366

That’s actually overpriced for AGW.


#1367

The factor you are refusing to acknowledge is billions of years. Even if only one object per million years tugs Earth off its orbit, that adds up to thousands of tugs and thousands of course changes.

And what makes you think that the solar system is stable? Is that because you haven’t seen any significant changes during your lifetime? The solar system is quite unstable. Things are zooming around crashing into other things all the time (astronomically speaking) and for each collision, there are undoubtedly many many more near misses. And each near miss changes the course of both objects. And that’s not made up; that is established science.


#1368

Spot on. We do move around a bit.


#1369

Nonsense. Several planetoid sized objects … at least one larger than Pluto … were recently discovered in the outer regions of the solar system. And there is serious speculation that some of them are on elliptical orbits that may carry them inside the orbits of the inner planets.

And then there is this:

“Discovery of Planetoid Hints at Bigger Cousin in Shadows”

https://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/27/science/space/a-new-planetoid-reported-in-far-reaches-of-solar-system.htmlv

There is a great deal yet to be discovered about our solar system.


#1370

Did you see this: (this is my first attempt to link anything on the new site, I hope I get it right)

Crazy claims from the “climatologists” that spend too much time with thier cosmetologists


#1372

That’s a very good read. I needed a good laugh.


#1373

:grin:

A Char.


#1377

Actually that was one object that was broken into many by Jupiter’ gravity.


#1379

Orchestrated ignorance can be a powerful weapon.


#1388

Thus, I think that the point stands.


#1389

Nonsense? So now you are thinking the probability is fairly high?

Even if you get to one of these planetoids existing, you still would need to get it to have a highly elliptical orbit. Then you need to have that orbit just happen to have proximity to earth.

Possible? Yes. Probable? No.