Why do climate alarmists ignore Darwin?

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    ..."So what crisis?  Well I think that we agree, that in terms of species survival, there is no real crisis. Just change that we will adapt to."...

    How do you adapt to 100's of hydrogen bombs going off on Earth?

    How do adapt to acidifying oceans with marine life that is only dwindlling, not increasing whereas human population is only increasing and increasing there need for stuff they dont need?

    Not all culture adapt and they are gone.

    Not all species adapt and they are gone.

    Humanity is going bye bye within 1000 years is my best estimate, intuition, speculation.

    How are we doing on available clean fresh drinking water?






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    Humanity is going bye bye within 1000 years is my best estimate, intuition, speculation.
    Estimate based on what?  And countered with the fact that of all species, man is adaptable far more than they because we can actually think of ways to adapt by changing our environment, such as the tech of A/C and heat, and building materials, and... As we adapt by technology, we vastly improve our probability of survival. Yes, tech can also lead to nukes, but when was the last time we did that? Not in your lifetime. How much fresh, potable water is underground? The fact is, we know of vast stores of it, and we don't know all there is, just like other resources.
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    F-Law has me blocked yet he continues to ask me questions. 

    I think F-law must be on mental prescripted drugs. Go figure.

    F-law is obviously  clueless to nuclear arms race that went on for 50 years and how humanity cooperated to do something about  that---Mutually Assured Destruction---  because there were so many close calls. Go figure.

    Are there still enough hyrdogen bombs on Earth to destroy humanity and the ecology that sustain it?  Less see what mentalist F-law has to say about it.
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    In extreme circumstances 7.6 billion people are not going to adapt quickly enough, though one or two might do...Speculation.

    And like you, I do not share F-laws overwhelming faith in the ability of the Earth to keep sustaining human demand at current levels, in the long term.

    Though adapting to this issue is probably what we are currently in the process of doing. 
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    And ebuc wonders why I block him.  Go figure. The tactic of personal attack is the last argument, and least effective left to a loser.
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    Ebuc is Ebuc, as we are all what we are.

    And blocking is usually futile, as we have a tendency not to ignore anyway....As exemplified by your indirect communication through me.

    And the antagonists on this site are often more entertaining and engaging than the a lot of the others.

    Where as Mr Ethan gone, again?....Did I miss another banning?
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    ..."Ebuc is Ebuc," 

    = cubE

    However, 66 lines-of-relationship---my profile--  directly associated with 12-around-one spheres aka the cubo-octahedron and that is a truncated cubE i.e. a cube with its 8 corners slashed off,

    and associated  with 12-around-none { sphericals } aka the icosahedron and those are basis for most viruses ---if not all--,

    and as for evolution, Fred Hoyle thought that evolution was partially propagated by viri from extraterrestrial sources.

    He goes on to explain why we would get more colds and flu's in winter when moisture comes in from higher altitudes, where the viri from space may hang-out more.


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    blocked to avoid direct mention of 66-lines of a-retention.
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    F-law that's retensioning of a finite set of a  11 triangle and  not  "retention".

    That your an pre-mature baby and were shorted oxygen is not an excuse for you pretention of actually knowing anything to say that has validity, much less of any moral or intellectual significance.

    If you dont have the  kahunas---and you dont---  to unblock me, then you need to stop addressing me. Do you understand English Fox-law? Apparrently not. 

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    ebuc, having the ill-conceived notion that I address ebuc, I don't need the reminder that I don't even think of ebuc, let alone address him.
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    So wherefrom "extra-terrestrial viri"?.....Same old question....Something  from nothing......Pre-cubo-octahedron.

    Though that is not to say that the establishment of life on Earth was not from an extra-terrestrial source....All hypotheses currently valid.
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    ..."So wherefrom "extra-terrestrial viri"?.....Same old question....Something  from nothing......"..

    Huh? Why do keep infering comments Ive never made?  Are you on prescribed drugs for mental issues?

    Please try an pull your thinking abiltiies ---irrespective of how few--- together and stick to what Ive stated and not what you repeat falsely inject.

    Show me where or anyne said that viri are something from nothing.  It is as tho your brain is stuck in a playback loop or old LP album that that has scratch on its surface and keeps jumping back to the same words.

    ..."Though that is not to say that the establishment of life on Earth was not from an extra-terrestrial source....All hypotheses currently valid".....

    We have no facts of origins of viri or biological cells on Earth.  We no some metorites have left-handed amino-acid and all of biologic life only uses left-handed amino-acids.  Old news.

    Comets are mostly water and biological life, in general is mostly water 75 -85%.  We believe water existed on Mars and we suspect one or more moons of Saturn are covered in water as ice and under the ice liquid water. 

    ...."There are several worlds thought to possess liquid water beneath their surfaces, and many more that have water in the form of ice or vapor. Water is found in primitive bodies like comets and asteroids, and dwarf planets like Ceres. The atmospheres and interiors of the four giant planets -- Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus and Neptune -- are thought to contain enormous quantities of the wet stuff, and their moons and rings have substantial water ice.
    ...Perhaps the most surprising water worlds are the five icy moons of Jupiter and Saturn that show strong evidence of oceans beneath their surfaces: Ganymede, Europa and Callisto at Jupiter, and Enceladus and Titan at Saturn.
    ....Scientists using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope recently provided powerful evidence that Ganymede has a saltwater, sub-surface ocean, likely sandwiched between two layers of ice."...

    Break away from your narrow mind and see the Universe as it is, and not as you falsely project z4. Ive been passing along the following link for nearly 20 years now.