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  1. All based on the assumption of positive feedback effects that are not borne out from the current actual data, only from his PlaystationTM climate models. Emotional appeals, blah, blah, blah. Show me the hard data and stuff the emotional appeals. And after being burnt over and over again by ridiculous alarmist predictions about “the end of life as we know it” in 10 years that have NEVER happened, at least he’s changed his time frame to “by the end of this century or shortly thereafter” so he’s assured that no one can laugh at him for his “false prophecy” BS ’cause now he’ll be long dead when his predictions are shown to be false. Sorry, Jim, but you’re right about one thing: whatever happens (climate wise), we can’t do anything about it (except to adapt to the changes as our brains have always allowed us to do). Without the “magical multiplying” effect of high feedbacks added to your models, eliminating or reducing the EXTREMELY miniscule amounts of man made CO2 to fight “climate change” is like trying to stop a charging elephant with a platoon of fleas….
    Like your hat though: helps transform you from a balding old fart “crazy” into an “indiana Jones” like character! Nice touch!

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