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#2910977 - 02/08/19 06:28 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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Who is running on that platform Billy?
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#2910978 - 02/08/19 06:29 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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#2910979 - 02/08/19 06:31 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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Where does it say no more cars and no more heaters?
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#2910981 - 02/08/19 06:33 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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If it's WWII for the planet then we gots to get drastic

- End all immigration from 3rd world countries, because the change in lifestyle quadruples that individual's carbon footprint

- Nuke the urban population centers all over the world - they're not pulling their weight anyway

- No more kids for the next 10 years, and only limited reproduction after that. We can put the feminists in charge of that to make sure it happens. They're all about killing dem babies.

- Deport people from the 1st world countries to the 3rd world countries to reduce their carbon footprint - now accepting volunteers.

- no more travel

- no more entertainment - can't afford the expenditure of those resources

- no more animal protein or processed foods

- we need a Sharia Police to make sure everyone complies with the new religion on pain of stoning in the public square.


Gotta do it because it's an emergency and if we don't do it we're all gonna die.



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#2910982 - 02/08/19 06:36 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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It always trips me out when I meet Surfers who deny climate change.Now that I think about it, I dont really know anyone IRL that deny's it, just here on the erbb. This is our home - our oceans - I would think it'd be in our best interest to do whatever it would take to protect it.

Why is this even considered a political issue and what do the scientists have to gain? The current administration is going out its way to more or less accelerate the process.

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#2910985 - 02/08/19 06:43 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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Originally Posted By: BillyOcean
Originally Posted By: GDaddy
I would say the Harvard CAPS / Harris Poll leans right, but in their 2019 topline summary they have this:



Exactly

Its about as big of a concern to the average person as maybe their toast being a little too burnt in the morning

So totally go ahead a run on a platform of taking away cars and heat to combat that


Notice too that that measily 17% is environment and climate COMBINED!
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#2910986 - 02/08/19 06:45 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: GDaddy]
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Originally Posted By: GDaddy
If it's WWII for the planet then we gots to get drastic

- End all immigration from 3rd world countries, because the change in lifestyle quadruples that individual's carbon footprint

- Nuke the urban population centers all over the world - they're not pulling their weight anyway

- No more kids for the next 10 years, and only limited reproduction after that. We can put the feminists in charge of that to make sure it happens. They're all about killing dem babies.

- Deport people from the 1st world countries to the 3rd world countries to reduce their carbon footprint - now accepting volunteers.

- no more travel

- no more entertainment - can't afford the expenditure of those resources

- no more animal protein or processed foods

- we need a Sharia Police to make sure everyone complies with the new religion on pain of stoning in the public square.


Gotta do it because it's an emergency and if we don't do it we're all gonna die.


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#2910987 - 02/08/19 06:46 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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To bad for you guys public interest doesnt prove the science wrong.
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#2910988 - 02/08/19 06:48 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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What's unfortunate for you guys is that the 17% indicates how few people are sufficiently frightened to go to WWII over climate change. .

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#2910991 - 02/08/19 07:00 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: GDaddy]
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roflmao roflmao you havent been making much sense lately.

I was unaware 1500 people speak for the entire country.


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#2910996 - 02/08/19 07:12 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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The 17% indicates to people who are highly motivated on the subject, which will obviously be a smaller subset of the people who take the "97% concensus" at their word.

I think it would be an interesting question to ask people if they'd be willing to pay $6/gallon for gas if it would reduce our exposure to climate change by, let's say, 20%. Not that paying $6/gallon would do anything of the sort, but just the act of quantifying their concerns would be interesting regardless of the answer.

Wouldn't you like to see a measure of how motivated people really are on the subject?

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#2910997 - 02/08/19 07:15 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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#2911004 - 02/08/19 07:45 PM Re: How .big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: sizzld1]
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Originally Posted By: sizzld1
Where does it say no more cars and no more heaters?


So I take it youre a GND aficionado

100% renewable fuel ( no nukes!) in 12 yrs

How do you do dat without taking everyones cars?

Most people buy a car every 10 yrs

You wont replace the fleet w/o confiscation

Heat: renewables have blackouts

Tell people in Chicago when its -20 that theres no heat that day because the wind dnt blow and the sun dnt shiiiine

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#2911005 - 02/08/19 07:49 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: sizzld1]
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If corporations are not free to pollute exactly as THEY see fit all of OUR lives will be ruined. bigdeal
Glad to see you're resisting.....or something.
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#2911009 - 02/08/19 07:52 PM Re: How big of a problem is climate change and other enviro-religion panicky things to the average person? [Re: BillyOcean]
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Originally Posted By: BillyOcean
Originally Posted By: sizzld1
Where does it say no more cars and no more heaters?


So I take it you’re a GND aficionado

100% renewable fuel ( no nukes!) in 12 yrs

How do you do dat without taking everyone’s cars?

Most people buy a car every 10 yrs

You won’t replace the fleet w/o confiscation

Heat: renewables have blackouts

Tell people in Chicago when it’s -20 that there’s no heat that day because the wind dn’t blow and the sun dn’t shiiiine

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