NASA admits error, MyLotters vindicated!

United States
June 7, 2009 8:38pm CST
Yes, it is true. After reviewing the data concerning global warming, the geniuses at NASA have conceded the sun has much more to do with the earth warming up than puny insignificant humans. Read about it here. http://www.dailytech.com/NASA+Study+Acknowledges+Solar+Cycle+Not+Man+Responsible+for+Past+Warming/article15310.htm I say that NASA's real error was in trusting one now infamous individual to speak for them concerning global warming. The data and studies overwhelming indicate man's activity has almost nothing to do with the earth warming. On the behalf of all myLotters who warned Anthropogenic Global Warming was bull feces, let me say, "We told you so!". What do you say?
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@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
8 Jun 09
Of course we wuz right.... everyone knows that we get ALL of our warming from the sun. Only scam artists and the fools who follow them think that man warms the earth.... and the only reason for that theory is so they can slap us with pointless and expensive scams like cap and trade... and then have an excuse to dictate our lifestyle and the type of cars we drive and to reduce our energy use. Meanwhile, these same scam artists are jetting all over the world to push their agenda, leaving a carbon footprint many times the size of the average person... and that includes the lying sack of biological waste in the White House.
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• United States
8 Jun 09
The sack of biological waste is losing creditability every day. Can't wait for 2012.
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@uath13 (8207)
• United States
8 Jun 09
Yea...Didn't pay any attention to science or history did they. If they had they'd have realized the earth goes through cycles. They most we could do is speed up the process a little. Hardly worth all the hub bub they stirred up. Still wouldn't hurt to cut down on our resource use & pollution. But lets not get crazy about it!
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• United States
8 Jun 09
You are completely right. What the man made global warming crowd did not understand is that there are plenty of reasons to cut down on resource use and pollution. No need to lie about global warming.
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@uath13 (8207)
• United States
8 Jun 09
I don't think they were necessarily lying... They're so fanatical they actually believed it.
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• United States
8 Jun 09
I'm one who gets to say "told ya so!", now somebody tell Gore, 0bama and the rest of the hand wringing twits - PLEASE!
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• United States
8 Jun 09
Yes, you are, I remember you being on the right side of this from the beginning. The problem for the hand wringing twits is that the real scientists saw they were in danger of not being listened to ever again if they continued to misrepresent the truth.
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@jpso138 (7868)
• Philippines
8 Jun 09
I have visited the link and found the article very interesting. I always believe and thought before that we are the reason for such situations. Somehow this article has given me a different view on the the whole situation. Great post.
• United States
8 Jun 09
Yours is certainly an enlightened attitude. I have even been accused of being a shill for big oil before this NASA study. Thanks, for keeping an open mind.
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@kykidd (6819)
• United States
8 Jun 09
In fact, they said that the Earth is actually in between two different ice ages at this time. I watched part of a special on the history channel and you're right. The Earth is not going to come to an end because of global warming. And like you said, some of us had the common sense to know this all along. I myself wonder if it wasn't a ploy to scare people and to get them to spend money on products that they didn't really need to begin with.
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• United States
8 Jun 09
Indeed, Anthropogenic Global Warming was always a ploy. The first obvious clue is that the defunct, fradulent, scam company ENRON was among the leaders promoting the CAP AND TRADE scheme. It was always about scaring people into giving more power to the government and making money for some individuals.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
8 Jun 09
What??? This is such an amazing breakthrough and I really do feel much, much better now. At least I can finally have a chance to sleep at night. I haven't been this excited and in awe since those geniuses from Harvard discovered that water made you wet! Seriously! Do you sometimes wonder which way is up when it comes to some of these studies that cost tens of millions of dollars??? They could have LOOKED up, seen the Sun, felt it was hot just by that warm sensation on their faces and then come to some base conclusion surely? Would've been free too!
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• United States
8 Jun 09
You have said it better than I could. I suspect the main problem is that there are too many PH.D's without enough work to do. So, they make stuff up trying to trick us rubes into funding research.
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@James72 (26829)
• Australia
8 Jun 09
Too many Chief's and not enough ingenuity?
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@clrumfelt (5428)
• United States
8 Jun 09
Shhh. Exposing this international farce is liable to cause World War Three. Other nations have already swallowed the global warming crock of baloney and probably spent lots of money on it that could have been better spend on their own domestic agendas.
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• United States
8 Jun 09
On an international level the scam is to burden the industrialized advanced part of the world so the less advanced can catch up by ignoring the restrictions being followed by the advanced nations. The world is a deceitful tricky place.
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@clrumfelt (5428)
• United States
9 Jun 09
The same as what is happening in the USA now with our taxes and economy.
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@coolcoder (2020)
• United States
8 Jun 09
The only way that the ozone could have even the slightest dent in it would be to destroy the sun itself. That is something that man couldn't dream of doing, much less actually doing. Besides, what about all of the volcanos that spew stuff that's thousands of times more deadly than what man has invented? The Earth has done just fine with that, so what in the world makes someone think that human beings are destroying the planet? The whole global warming thing is a scare tactic to make people give up their way of living and start living like they would have in the Stone Ages.
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• United States
8 Jun 09
Speaking of the stone age, the Indians of North America prior to about 1700 were a stone age people. I've read some about what it was like. We don't want to go there.
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@Mitobid (57)
• Malta
8 Jun 09
I Agree, we humans do play a part but alot of this global warming is ust the Earth's natural cycle and we are starting to experience it. History hasnt been around for very long and the earth's changes take alot of time, we aren't going to stop the overall effect.
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• United States
8 Jun 09
You are exactly right. Here's an example. Imagine a larger wharehouse. Suppose one man strikes a match and holds it for 15 seconds before blowing it out. It did add heat to the building, but not enough to matter. That's what man made global warming is like.
@AD11RGUY (1266)
• United States
23 Jan 10
Well that may be, but clearly our CO2 is responsible for the warming on Mars and the other poor helpless planets in our...*POP!* Where am I? In an echo chamber? It's pretty sad when "novices" are better at data collection and analysis than the "experts", let alone the ones at NASA. But worse yet is the damage cause by this politically forced blunder. The naive believe that the current information is a lie and that we must still stop G/W. I now live in Palm Desert, Ca. and it is an unseasonably broiling 44 degrees here tonight. The surrounding mountains and hills as low as 4500' are covered in snow. And I am being told that this is the result of global warming by those who still believe in Gore & co. So, yes, the battle has been won, but the war is still being fought. (GADS! Just reminded me of an entirely different situation we're simultaneously stuck in.) So as I shiver from all the thawing I'm going through, I will try to take solace in NASA having finally admitting the truth. Thanks for the update, Red.
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• United States
23 Jan 10
I suspect we novices aren't better than experts at data collection and analysis. We only are more honest and objective about the data and analysis. This is because many experts can't resist the temptation to abuse their reputations. I am saying some of these smart people get a kick out of "conning" the general population. That is, many hi IQ persons just can't resist the temptation to fool the rest of us for pecuinary gain or sometimes just for amusement. In the case of man made global warming, some folks were looking to gain grants (scientists) and power (politicians), and mucho money in the case of finacial people who were going to broker the carbon credits. Only the power of the internet made it possible to stop this scam. That's how I see it.