• What will the state of global fisheries be in a hundred years?

    Best answer: I don't know about the world. The US has a very good management plan in place. The fish stocks have been improved in the past decade. If this keeps up it will be better than it is now.

    I have no idea how global warming or something of that order will change things.
    Best answer: I don't know about the world. The US has a very good management plan in place. The fish stocks have been improved in the past decade. If this keeps up it will be better than it is now.

    I have no idea how global warming or something of that order will change things.
    6 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • The global warming?

    4 answers · Global Warming · 19 hours ago
  • Will White Christmases be a thing of the past in Ireland by midcentury?

    Best answer: Well, since I'm Irish I can say with a high level of confidence that we rarely get snow at all, let alone on Christmas day. In the Wicklow mountains just to the south of Dublin you get maybe 30 days of snow per year. In Dublin itself, a few days per year and even then it tends to be sleet rather than snow. So... show more
    Best answer: Well, since I'm Irish I can say with a high level of confidence that we rarely get snow at all, let alone on Christmas day. In the Wicklow mountains just to the south of Dublin you get maybe 30 days of snow per year. In Dublin itself, a few days per year and even then it tends to be sleet rather than snow. So white Christmases are not a 'thing' now, let alone in 30 years time! That's why people put bets on it because its such a rare phenomenon. Odds currently are 5/1 for Dublin airport. So in the middle of winter, with a projected colder winter than normal, they're still only giving a 20% probability.

    Of course the problem in Ireland is that the pubs close on Christmas Day so without any reason to leave the house, no one will notice one way or the other. :p
    14 answers · Global Warming · 1 week ago
  • I live in a HUD apartment and receive a voucher so I don't have to pay rent. What will happen if I didn't report my income for a few months?

    I live in a HUD apartment complex and I receive a voucher so I don't have to pay rent. I started working in March and stopped in September but I didn't report my income to my apartment. Now it's time for me to recertify and they have my bank statements showing when I worked but I am no longer working... show more
    I live in a HUD apartment complex and I receive a voucher so I don't have to pay rent. I started working in March and stopped in September but I didn't report my income to my apartment. Now it's time for me to recertify and they have my bank statements showing when I worked but I am no longer working now. Will my voucher be taken or will I be evicted? I'd like to hear from people who have or know people who have been in this situation.
    9 answers · Other - Environment · 4 days ago
  • Will this be the result of all climate negotiation conferences in the future?

    Best answer: I don't think next year is going to work out either. The best they can hope for is for another redistributionist to be elected to the White House so it will be a while. Maybe they should hit up Gov Moonbeam Brown. Maybe ask Hillary for some of that 150 million bribe from Vlad for Uranium deals. Anyway they... show more
    Best answer: I don't think next year is going to work out either. The best they can hope for is for another redistributionist to be elected to the White House so it will be a while. Maybe they should hit up Gov Moonbeam Brown. Maybe ask Hillary for some of that 150 million bribe from Vlad for Uranium deals. Anyway they would more likely set up a ski resort in the Sahara Desert than get one dime from Hillary and Californians are getting a little tired of forking over dough as well so the funding outlook is looking pretty dim for these Charlatans.
    8 answers · Global Warming · 4 days ago
  • Can we just have a worldwide ban on shooting Elephants?

    With Donald Trump's son Shooting an elephant, and Trump just lifting the ban on importing Elephant body parts - can we organise an international Ban on this to protect Elephants worldwide. This is not just an African Problem if Elephants become extinct. As Humans we are all responsible.
    With Donald Trump's son Shooting an elephant, and Trump just lifting the ban on importing Elephant body parts - can we organise an international Ban on this to protect Elephants worldwide. This is not just an African Problem if Elephants become extinct. As Humans we are all responsible.
    9 answers · Conservation · 5 days ago
  • If technical solutions to global warming are is a perverse attitude, what does the Pope think should be done?

    Best answer: You have to be pretty ignorant about the world not to realize that Socialism is against religion since it is generally a threat to the authority of the state. This Pope wants to further Socialism which is ultimately against the religion that he is supposedly the leader. It is a disgrace that Catholic Church made... show more
    Best answer: You have to be pretty ignorant about the world not to realize that Socialism is against religion since it is generally a threat to the authority of the state. This Pope wants to further Socialism which is ultimately against the religion that he is supposedly the leader. It is a disgrace that Catholic Church made him pope.

    We are admonished "not to fall into "four perverse attitudes" regarding the future of the planet: "denial, indifference, resignation and trust in inadequate solutions." "

    This pope reminds me of John McCain. He makes a fool of himself repeating leftist propaganda as if it were true so he would appear to be nuanced and fair. What a dunce.
    11 answers · Global Warming · 5 days ago
  • If global warming is real, why am I cold?

    Best answer: Trump, is that you? If so, get out of the Internet and go do something beneficial to the world and to Americans.
    Best answer: Trump, is that you? If so, get out of the Internet and go do something beneficial to the world and to Americans.
    6 answers · Global Warming · 4 days ago
  • Does thermodynamics as a discipline have anything to say about this environmental (and social, and political) issue?

    There are people who contend that global warming is a theory which is not based on solid empirical evidence. Does thermodynamics as a discipline have anything to say about this environmental (and social, and political) issue? Please be as descriptive as possible.
    There are people who contend that global warming is a theory which is not based on solid empirical evidence. Does thermodynamics as a discipline have anything to say about this environmental (and social, and political) issue? Please be as descriptive as possible.
    9 answers · Global Warming · 5 days ago
  • Is the statement, "We don’t follow our elites," a claim, or an example of a Jedi mind trick?

    Best answer: Anti-science cult leader Wattsup is no Jedi.
    But his dupes fall for his sleight of hand tricks time after time.
    Best answer: Anti-science cult leader Wattsup is no Jedi.
    But his dupes fall for his sleight of hand tricks time after time.
    11 answers · Global Warming · 6 days ago
  • Are global warming folks like Naomi Oreskes lying about Fred Singer?

    Best answer: Naomi Oreskes is a scientific historian who actually set the "97% Scientific Consensus" misnomer in perspective. She stated that only 20% of the peer-reviewed "Global Warming" papers actually stated "human cause" to Global Warming. She also understood that 55% of peer-reviewed... show more
    Best answer: Naomi Oreskes is a scientific historian who actually set the "97% Scientific Consensus" misnomer in perspective.

    She stated that only 20% of the peer-reviewed "Global Warming" papers actually stated "human cause" to Global Warming.

    She also understood that 55% of peer-reviewed "Global Warming" papers merely implied "human-cause".

    She also implies in the YouTube video link in the WUWT article that she has an extreme faith in Al Gore's ability to "get out the truth" about "Global Warming".

    I actually think she has an overwhelming "high opinion" of herself.

    Nothing more needs to be said, because she continually contradicts herself in historic ways.

    She's a scientific historian looking to make a name for herself.

    IMO it's not working, so it doesn't matter what she says about Fred Singer.

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    "Beyond the Ivory Tower: The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change"

    In 2007, Oreskes expanded her analysis, stating that approximately 20 percent of abstracts explicitly endorsed the consensus on climate change that: "Earth's climate is being affected by human activities". In addition, 55 percent of abstracts "implicitly" endorsed the consensus by engaging in research to characterize the ongoing and/or future impact of climate change (50 percent of abstracts) or to mitigate predicted changes (5 percent). The remaining 25 percent focused on either paleoclimate (10%) or developing measurement techniques (15%); Oreskes did not classify these as taking a position on contemporary global climate change.

    "implicitly endorsed" is simply an implication. She's a "Climate Clown" if she really believes that scientists who "implicate" are actually making a statement of "TOTAL CONSENSUS".

    She's simply a 2-faced liberal looking to make a name for herself.
    5 answers · Global Warming · 3 days ago
  • Are other advanced countries hiding behind the US to duck the obligations they committed to under the Paris Accord?

    Best answer: Yeah, it must be Bush's fault...ooops strike that... Trump's fault. Bozos on here accuse me of politicizing science and everything else but these redistributionists always seem to think their redistribution schemes are about science. It is just so stupid and ridiculous, you would think they could look at... show more
    Best answer: Yeah, it must be Bush's fault...ooops strike that... Trump's fault.
    Bozos on here accuse me of politicizing science and everything else but these redistributionists always seem to think their redistribution schemes are about science. It is just so stupid and ridiculous, you would think they could look at it and maybe a light bulb (even a tiny Christmas lightbulb) would go off in their head and they too would realize that it is so blatantly politicized by them but it seems there is a mental barrier in their brains preventing them from even considering anything like that.

    It was a sham from the get go and it isn't surprising they would blame the US. At least we can say the US is a world leader again. Seriously that isn't a bad thing. The rest of the world would be idiots to harm themselves for dubious gains.
    6 answers · Global Warming · 4 days ago
  • If climate change keeps up at its current rate of growth, how long until Earth is uninhabitable?

    Best answer: From what I've seen, I'd say more study needs to be done before a definitive answer is ready... and "Uninhabitable" is even a little ambiguous... do you mean for Mankind? for all land creatures? Bacteria? Or all life altogether, including that in the deep oceans? Simply put, a tiny change... show more
    Best answer: From what I've seen, I'd say more study needs to be done before a definitive answer is ready... and "Uninhabitable" is even a little ambiguous... do you mean for Mankind? for all land creatures? Bacteria? Or all life altogether, including that in the deep oceans?

    Simply put, a tiny change in climate can wipe out species already on the edge, and can push very successful species toward extermination. Big changes in climate will no doubt wipe out some life forms - but, it may be the positive change needed for others to flourish. We've seen the variety of life here on Earth - from the giant tube-worms surviving at volcanic vents on the ocean floor, to the simple bacteria that survive in the ices of the Arctic... I think the only true way to wipe out all life on Earth will come when the sun's output becomes too great for the oceans to remain. In a billion and half to two billion years, the sun's energy will be great enough that the oceans will begin to evaporate, and we'll lose the water to space; by that time, Man will be long gone (hopefully to escape off the planet), but that will be when the planet is truly 'uninhabitable.'
    21 answers · Global Warming · 1 week ago
  • My room is like 55-60 degrees will this hurt my game consoles?

    I have to play in the basement and it's really cold down there but it's dry would playing in cold temperatures hurt my electronics?
    I have to play in the basement and it's really cold down there but it's dry would playing in cold temperatures hurt my electronics?
    13 answers · Global Warming · 7 days ago
  • Name five thing you can recycle?

    10 answers · Green Living · 6 days ago