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  • Originally posted by Grainshoveler View Post

    From the time the first cave man sparked a fire they she affected global warming
    Probably, but evidently not to the degree it happens today. There are over 7 billion cavemen these days, and they all want their fire.

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    • Originally posted by drysaddle View Post

      Probably, but evidently not to the degree it happens today. There are over 7 billion cavemen these days, and they all want their fire.
      Natures plan....when a species becomes over populated she culls them by whatever way necessary. There are countries there are just too many people. They are crowding themselves out. China saw that one coming.

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      • Originally posted by Grainshoveler View Post

        Natures plan....when a species becomes over populated she culls them by whatever way necessary. There are countries there are just too many people. They are crowding themselves out. China saw that one coming.
        Where's Thanos when you need him?

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        • Originally posted by Grainshoveler View Post

          Natures plan....when a species becomes over populated she culls them by whatever way necessary. There are countries there are just too many people. They are crowding themselves out. China saw that one coming.
          “Nature’s plan” isn’t a real thing.

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          • Originally posted by Grainshoveler View Post

            Natures plan....when a species becomes over populated she culls them by whatever way necessary. There are countries there are just too many people. They are crowding themselves out. China saw that one coming.
            Except that is not what the UN report says. It simply says we need to change our behaviour to being more sustainable VS waste food and over consume certain foods.

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            • Back on the thread topic.


              Colby Cosh: Ottawa actually lost its carbon-tax argument — but B.C. saved it


              https://nationalpost.com/opinion/col...box=1557180137

              The majority decision found that the carbon backstop was constitutional, and that the federal government did not exceed its powers in creating and designing it. It is natural for reporters on deadline to write headlines saying that the federal government “won” its case. As University of Saskatchewan constitutional scholar Dwight Newman was quick to spot, a key part of the federal government’s argument was actually rejected flat out by all five of the judges. Those headlines should probably say that the federal government lost, but had its butt saved by British Columbia.

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              • You should maybe stay away from Gizmodo. It really just makes you look stupid.

                Double down.
                Last edited by Sofaking; 05-08-2019, 05:22 PM.

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                • Originally posted by Sofaking View Post
                  You should maybe stay away from Gizmodo. It really just makes you look stupid.
                  Wrong thread there braniac.

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                  • Originally posted by RiderHard View Post

                    Wrong thread there braniac.
                    Click bait. I don't enjoy it.

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                    • Originally posted by Sofaking View Post

                      Click bait. I don't enjoy it.
                      You’re rambling incoherently in two different threads.

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                      • Originally posted by Mustard Tiger View Post

                        You’re rambling incoherently in two different threads.
                        And you don't understand either.

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                        • Originally posted by Sofaking View Post

                          And you don't understand either.
                          Yes, it's everyone else that doesn't understand!

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                          • Originally posted by Sofaking View Post

                            And you don't understand either.
                            Yes, generally people don’t understand incoherent rambling.

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                            • Originally posted by Cflgridiron View Post

                              Look at all the anti-vaxers who believe a playboy model over scientists
                              Or not long ago, Neil DeGrasse Tyson had to come out and correct a nationally televised commentator, that we do in fact know how ocean tides work.
                              Last edited by Marcus Aurelius; 05-08-2019, 07:34 PM. Reason: Capital G

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                              • Originally posted by Magnum View Post
                                Back on the thread topic.


                                Colby Cosh: Ottawa actually lost its carbon-tax argument — but B.C. saved it


                                https://nationalpost.com/opinion/col...box=1557180137
                                3 to 2 is a tie? Guess I'll just listen to the lawyers instead of the journalists. LOL.

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