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Old 01-06-2015, 11:50 AM   #91
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who needs "scientists" telling them what to do with their "facts" and "logic" and "answers"?
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Old 01-06-2015, 12:21 PM   #92
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It's almost cartoonish if it weren't so scary.


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California to go 50% renewable by 20130.

Jerry Brown’s bold climate pledge: California to go 50 percent renewable in just 15 years - Salon.com

All need to know is there an end to carbon dependence...oh oh oh oh woah!
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California to go 50% renewable by 20130.
I should fucking hope they'll be able to meet that target in 18,116 years.
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Except, in this case, the mechanics have ignored the fact that the car doesn't have an engine anyway. Soil erosion and deforestation outpace carbon pollution, and they additionally hurt the planet's ability to capture carbon and regulate climate.

I hope our grandkids won't be saying "why did you talk about carbon emissions so much while annually exporting (almost irreplaceable) topsoil by the tonnage?"
I'm not sure where you read your journal articles, but deforestation and erosion are huge topics in climate science.
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I think he's more speaking about the media, not about scientific journals and publications. The ever so important factor of awareness.
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Old 01-12-2015, 06:27 PM   #98
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Ted Cruz, Longtime Foe Of NASA And Science, Will Oversee NASA And Science In New Congress

This is how the right want to get taken seriously?
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Old 01-12-2015, 06:45 PM   #99
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This is a very bad idea. Something I can actually agree with liberals on. As a Christian, I don't agree with many of the scientific opinions and have very interesting debates. However, science is absolutely fascinating to study and brings upon very good and educated debates. Keeps both sides of the spectrum educated and informed.
But I worry Ted Cruz will prevent us from further exploring controversial scientific endeavors. Should let someone with a serious scientific background handle that department. This is a very stupid move by the Republican Party. NASA needs to be expanded, not contracted!


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How do you, as a non-scientist (I assume -- maybe you're a professor of climatology or geology), "disagree" with established, researched science? On what basis do you form your disagreement? What research have you done that enables you to "disagree"? What is the "other side of the spectrum" of science? How can there be another "side"?


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It's a committee, he only has one vote
At least he will be there to hear a few scientists put forth their views
A lot of NASA money runs through red states, I expect it to keep flowing
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How do you, as a non-scientist (I assume -- maybe you're a professor of climatology or geology), "disagree" with established, researched science? On what basis do you form your disagreement? What research have you done that enables you to "disagree"? What is the "other side of the spectrum" of science? How can there be another "side"?


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I'm a biology major. Doesn't make me a scientist by any stretch, but keeps me pretty informed.
And yes I've done quite a bit of research on the tie ins with science and the Bible. My biggest issue with science, though, is accountability with research. It's a very complicated field and therefore the "elites" of the science world can manipulate just about any commoner. But the same can be said of a variety of topics.
The other side is religious scientific studies. It's not all about creation vs. evolution. The ideas can coexist and it's a very entertaining (yet semi-pointless imo) debate.


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It's a committee, he only has one vote

At least he will be there to hear a few scientists put forth their views

A lot of NASA money runs through red states, I expect it to keep flowing

As much as I am not a fan of Newt Gingrich, he would've been a better republican consultant. But that's obviously not very realistic.


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As a Christian, I don't agree with many of the scientific opinions

what an infuriating statement.


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