Message from discussion Al Gore is a disgrace
NNTP-Posting-Date: Wed, 09 Apr 2008 20:34:57 -0500
Subject: Re: Al Gore is a disgrace
From: a...@me.com (PeterBP)
Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 03:34:57 +0200
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Bawana <mrbawan...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> On Mar 31, 3:25 pm, a...@me.com (PeterBP) wrote:
> > Bawana <mrbawan...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > On Mar 29, 11:00 pm, a...@me.com (PeterBP) wrote:
> > > > Bawana <mrbawan...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> > > > > > Science is not particularly about debate, no. Science is about
> > > > > > hypotheses and proofs. If something is being "debated" instead of v
> > ied,
> > > > > > usually someone is trying to avoid running their own experiments to
> > k
> > > > > > someone else's work.
> > > > > > AGW is a case in point - experiments continually verify it,
> > > > > What successful experiments- altering the global climate- have there
> > > > > been, liar?
> > > > > None. Zero. Zip. Nada.
> > > > Not experiments per se,
> > > None. Zero. Zip. Nada.
> > > > but the paleoclimatic records gives some good
> > > > hints in that regard.
> > > For the short attention spam tard:
> > > What successful experiments- altering the global climate- have there
> > > been, liar?
> > Read what I wrote again.
> I did. Same conclusion;
> You got nothing.
Mirror time, pal.
> > > > (The same way stars show us nuclear fusion in
> > > > action before we have any sustained-running fusion reactors working on
> > > > this planet).
> > > Blithering idiocy.
> > What, you're a fusion-skeptic, as well?
> More blithering idiocy...
I'll take it as a 'yes'.
> > > > regards , Peter B. P.http://macplanet.dk
> > > > Washington D.C.: District of Criminals
> > > Got nothing.
> > For brains?
> You got shit for brains.
Woohoo, I'm sure that took at least an IQ of about 45 to come up with
> Care to try again?
> What successful experiments- altering the global climate- have there
> been, liar?
> So far you have got- None. Zero. Zip. Nada.
Running the same groove. No brain, no arguments - bawana in a nutshell.
regards , Peter B. P. http://macplanet.dk
Washington D.C.: District of Criminals
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