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23 hours ago, Billings said:

No, they didn’t get it........not any oil or gas in their explorations. It was a losing cause. Sounds like an excuse to save face and quit rather than admit they were wrong that it’s there. 

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40 minutes ago, Nevada Convert said:

No, they didn’t get it........not any oil or gas in their explorations. It was a losing cause. Sounds like an excuse to save face and quit rather than admit they were wrong that it’s there. 

They had not even started to look yet. No they get it given the USGS reserve estimates they have.

 

The U.S. Geological Survey estimates there could be 17.5 billion undiscovered barrels of oil and 148 trillion cubic feet of natural gas off Greenland, The U.S. Geological Survey estimates there could be 17.5 billion undiscovered barrels of oil and 148 trillion cubic feet of natural gas off Greenland, 

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Lol. Nothing is amiss in Greenland. No meltdown. No unusual warming. Stupid

http://polarportal.dk/fileadmin/polarportal/surface/SMB_combine_SM_day_EN_20210718.png

 

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We need oil for a lot more than just gasoline. Even after the internal combustion engine, it will be a valuable resource.

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46 minutes ago, Bob said:

Lol. Nothing is amiss in Greenland.

Yeah!!! Greenland isn't even completely under water yet!!!

GD commie pinko progressives are determined to ruin the world's economy by lying to us about global warming!!!

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-53849695

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7 minutes ago, 818SUDSFan said:

Yeah!!! Greenland isn't even completely under water yet!!!

GD commie pinko progressives are determined to ruin the world's economy by lying to us about global warming!!!

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-53849695

What the phuck are you talking about? With all due respect can you interpret a simple diagram? The mass gain/loss of the Greenland ice sheet is above average, meaning no unusual melting is occurring.

http://polarportal.dk/fileadmin/polarportal/surface/SMB_combine_SM_day_EN_20210718.png

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Nobody misinterprets data like Bob.  (posting a functioning link is easy)

 

https://www.climate.gov/news-features/featured-images/greenland-ice-loss-2020-was-below-record-above-average

 

Moon cautions that the more muted melt in 2020 doesn’t signal a return to normal conditions. She says, “The Greenland Ice Sheet has lost ice every year now since 1998. Any ice loss is not helpful for maintaining the ice sheet. Even small years of ice loss add up.”

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18 minutes ago, Billings said:

Nobody misinterprets data like Bob.  (posting a functioning link is easy)

 

The dude is amazing!  Imagine being a self-trained expert climatologist  AND epidemiologist!?

 

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15 minutes ago, Lester_in_reno said:

The dude is amazing!  Imagine being a self-trained expert climatologist  AND epidemiologist!?

 

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Very rare breed of intelligence to pull off those accomplishments and all from a google education.

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1 hour ago, Bob said:

What the phuck are you talking about? With all due respect can you interpret a simple diagram? 

The more pertinent question is...can you POST a simple diagram?

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2 hours ago, Billings said:

Very rare breed of intelligence to pull off those accomplishments and all from a google education.

I'm sure he watches plenty of YouTube videos as well.

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11 hours ago, retrofade said:

I'm sure he watches plenty of YouTube videos as well.

I have found that those who talk a lot of bullshit usually claim to have "done a lot of research" about a subject.

Then when you ask "Where? On YouTube?" they get all defensive.

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