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What's the conspiracy and paranormal implication of the polar ice caps melting because of climate change?
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>>29297430
kys
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>>29297430
Ghosts did it
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we're still coming out of the last ice age. the earths average global temperature fluctuating is no new thing.
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melting permafrost will disturb the graves of the scores of people who died from the great epidemics
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>>29297430
The remains what lies beneath the ice
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>>29297471
this. global warming fags kys
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>>29297430
It's a combination of natural climate change + manmade climate change.

Manmade climate change is happening at a rate far faster than we can handle and will most likely result in our extinction this century.
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>>29298594
>the earths average global temperature fluctuating is no new thing
Correct, but this is the first time in the history of the planet that temperature fluctuation has been anthropogenic, rather than part of natural patterns independent of organisms.
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>>29298645
Overpopulation and global food/resource shortages will lead to our 'extinction' looong before global warming ever could.
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>>29297430
If it is till ice we cannot put micro-plastics and heavy metals in the ice. It is to pure and does not fit humankind. We need to melt it, mix it and refreeze it as soon as it is as dirty as the human group conciseness.
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>>29297430
Climate change/global warming is actually a concerted effort to melt the ice walls around the flat earth so humanity can enjoy another wave of colonial expansion.
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>>29298683
All current "overpopulation" and resource scarcity is artificial, intentionally manufactured by the dominant global economic system (capitalism), not natural. There are vast swaths of unused (and perfectly habitable) land which people are prevented from using due to private ownership of property. There are plenty of natural resources and plenty of technology to produce additional resources to provide for the world several times over, but the natural resources are being harvested at an exponential rate to be packaged and sold (only to be thrown out if they don't generate profit, despite being of great quality) and the technology to produce is privately withheld. All forms of "overpopulation" that exist today are caused by towns and cities intentionally being structured to contain the maximum number of people in the smallest possible space so that people are always near their place of employment, where they can be exploited for labor.

In terms of sheer number of humans, though, "overpopulation" has yet to be a thing. Studies from the 1990s projected that the population would peak at around 9 billion around 2100, but the cap has already begun (just short of 8 billion.) Global population and birth rates have been decreasing, and global fertility/potency issues and infant mortality has been increasing, in a majority of countries within the last 20 years. Studies from many decades ago estimated that the planet has enough natural resources to provide for around 13 billion people.
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>>29298681
Volcanic activity causes more carbon emissions than the entirety of human history combined.
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>>29298773
Volcanic activity does release CO2 but science doesn't back up the rest of your claim.

>According to the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), the world’s volcanoes, both on land and undersea, generate about 200 million tons of carbon dioxide (CO2) annually, while our automotive and industrial activities cause some 24 billion tons of CO2 emissions every year worldwide. Despite the arguments to the contrary, the facts speak for themselves: Greenhouse gas emissions from volcanoes comprise less than one percent of those generated by today’s human endeavors.

>Another indication that human emissions dwarf those of volcanoes is the fact that atmospheric CO2 levels, as measured by sampling stations around the world set up by the federally funded Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center, have gone up consistently year after year regardless of whether or not there have been major volcanic eruptions in specific years. “If it were true that individual volcanic eruptions dominated human emissions and were causing the rise in carbon dioxide concentrations, then these carbon dioxide records would be full of spikes—one for each eruption,” says Coby Beck, a journalist writing for online environmental news portal Grist.org. “Instead, such records show a smooth and regular trend.”

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/earthtalks-volcanoes-or-humans/
https://eos.org/articles/human-activity-outpaces-volcanoes-asteroids-in-releasing-deep-carbon
https://phys.org/news/2019-10-humanity-emissions-times-greater-volcanoes.html
https://www.theguardian.com/environment/blog/2010/apr/21/iceland-volcano-climate-sceptics
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>>29298805
>a journalist writing for online environmental news portal Grist.org
What a lovely and unbiased source. All journalists should be thrown into a volcano.
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When is the last time anyone has seen a mercury thermometer? Its my theory that they have calibrated modern red mystery liquid thermometers to rise much higher than traditional thermometers. Its also strange that they found the mercury to be so toxic in its application for outdoor thermometers that they banned them. I feel like where i live its been as hot or hotter before, like i remember peoples shoes melting and stuff but somehow its hotter than ever.
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>>29298833
i forgot to also mention most people find their temperatur/weather through apps and not analog means so you could just be told any number that feels hot and make it anything they want.
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>>29298824
>implying Ian Plimer wasn't biased
I'm not saying any of the journalists cited in those articles are entirely unbiased, but you're hard-pressed to find an unbiased journalist in 2021. You can recognize when a friend says something that's false without deciding that your enemy must be entirely correct.
https://skepticalscience.com/skeptic_Ian_Plimer.htm

Pro-tip: Downplaying the reality of anthropocene climate change because you have financial interests vested in the corporations contributing the most to it isn't "unbiased".
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Deez nuts
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go fuck yourself jew
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probably something about any bacteria, virus etc that might be released by the melting ice
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>>29298905
You forgot the aliens. Why is no one naming the aliens in cryosleep caskets under the ice?
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>>29298645
Youre retarded
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>>29297430
theyre trying to wake, it, up
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The biggest redpill of all is when you truly start researching "climate change," realize there is no such catastrophic thing, start to research who keeps pushing the lie and why, and figure out the giant manipulation machine for what it really is.

Remember the CNN tech director leak that Project Veritas did last month? They're already spinning and writing the story to be the next big talking point now that Trump doesn't dominate the news cylce.
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>>29297430
Disregard wildlife, melt Antarctica
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>>29299052
you're glowing
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>ignores the slowing rotation of the earth
>ignores the slow decay of the magnetic field
>ignores the influences of volcanism and escaping vapors from the ocean floor
>ignores the influence of the sun
>MANKIND DID IT THE SCIENCE SAID SO THE SCIENCE IS SETTLED

Eat shit and die you fucking hippie scum. The glowies are all over this board today.
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>>29299069
Yeah, so?
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>>29298750
Well said.
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>>29298645
you know tons of people have been saying this for a long time, right? by 2000, LeaDiNg sCieNtists predicted most coastal cities would be under water and we wouldnt have polar ice anymore. strongly consider suicide, science trooster.
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>>29299052
>CNN bad
>do your own research
what source did you use crowder?
>>29299381
we did things to slow it down, thats the whole point of climate change "alarmists" trying to get big corpos to try and not destroy everything
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>>29298738
Do you flat earthers believe there are other people or civilizations out there? And if so what are they like? I've seen your maps and it looks to me like you guys are just making shit up for fun like a DnD campaign and believing it because it makes the world seem more interesting.

Although I don't believe in flat earth, I will say that it's a bit odd and creepy that so many pictures of Earth are photoshopped, are they hiding something or is Earth just that ugly?
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>>29299576
>I will say that it's a bit odd and creepy that so many pictures of Earth are photoshopped
All photos taken of Earth from space are composite photos because obviously we don't have anything large enough to take a picture of something that big.
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>>29299528
>thats the whole point of climate change "alarmists" trying to get big corpos to try and not destroy everything
Too bad those big corps keep doing what they do while politicians pass 'climate change initiatives' that do nothing but leave the average person with less money and increase the wealth of the elite.
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>>29299591
Thanks for clearing that up for me
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>>29298805
Counting all the trees and plants can absorb 3trillion ton co2 sorry jamal
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>>29297430
Antarctica has KILOMETERS deep of ice. Who knows what's in there.
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>>29299381
You idiots think it just assume things are going to get hotter and that's it.

Crops will die out, topsoil will be depleted by 2040 and takes thousands of years to recover; biodiversity is already reaching critical levels, especially in our oceans.

Once the oceans collapse, it's Permian Extinction 2: Electric Boogaloo all over again.
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>>29297430
>What's the conspiracy
all that ice went into the ocean and its didn't raise the water by so much as a milimeter.
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>>29299069
That is funny, if there are so many companies spending so much on lobbying, why don't they dominate the news cycles like every other big industry? Really makes you think.
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>>29297430
I don't know, but I thought the photo was of the Dashcon ball pit at first
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The ice caps are not melting due to climate change.
They are melting because penguin farts are heading the air to dangerous levels.
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The Last Pill

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permian%E2%80%93Triassic_extinction_event

The extinction pill.

And it's happening in real time.

I really don't know what to do.
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>>29301163
Embrace it
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>>29297430
>because of climate change?
>he doesn't know
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>>29301163
>>29301265
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>>29297430

ice caps melt and freeze all the time. your anthropocentric way of looking of things will continue your slavery. the climate on this planet has always been changing.
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>>29297430
>photos taken same spot

overall ice coverage has increased.
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>>29298681
proof? you have none. Correlation does not equal causation
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>>29299604
So you went from "That doesn't exists you've been fooled by the elites!"
To

"Well, the big bad companies have been doing this forever so stop them."
Wtf.
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>>29300628
You're retarded. Lobbying is for laws and what the company can get away with. They don't have to convince you. In fact they'd rather not know what they are up to. The only time you notice is if one of their oil rigs explodes and creates an island sized dumpster fire in the ocean.
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>>29299591
>All photos taken of Earth from space are composite photos because obviously we don't have anything large enough to take a picture of something that big
They lied about going to the moon. Why do you think they didn't lie about this?
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>>29297430
who fucking cares? who the fuck is going to miss all the fucking ice?
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>>29298645
lol
>we only have 2 years to reverse it
>1970 will be the year we all freeze to death
>1996 the ozone will collapse
>2012 global warming will kill us all
Fuck off moishe faggot shill
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>>29299591
Not all of them. Here's an example.
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>>29298645
>and will most likely result in our extinction this century.
good
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having ice anywhere on the plane it not natural. 500 years ago there used to be no ice or desert. then the war happened and now kikes are trying to hide it.
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>>29303104
What do you mean anon?



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