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Comment: Re:Warmists never bother debating anymore (Score 0, Flamebait) 466

by ColdWetDog (#47910017) Attached to: Extent of Antarctic Sea Ice Reaches Record Levels

They just call global warming skeptics "deniers and "morons," because it's so much easier than trying to explain why why there's been no warming for 19 years, in violation of all global warming models.

Global warming is no longer theory, it's a religion, as well a mechanism for the transnational left to transfer power and money from individuals to national and transnational governments.

Global warming no longer has anything to do with science; it's a faith-based doctrine.

It most certainly is so much easier to call you a denier and a moron because we have gone over this little issue about 10E4 times and you still hold on to your infantile view of the process (study of short term temperature fluctuations either prove or invalidate anthropomorphic climate change (ACC)). The data behind ACC is robust and, unfortunately for you, complex.

Comment: Re:RTFA (Score 1) 466

by ColdWetDog (#47909909) Attached to: Extent of Antarctic Sea Ice Reaches Record Levels

IF you inadvertently live in a "danger" zone THEN you should plan on moving sometime in the next 200-300 years just to be safe.

If you are really risk adverse, change the eval period from 10k years to 100k years and relocate at least half the distance to your desired position in the next 50 years.

Ah, Mr. Long, glad to know you're on Slashdot. You should get an account, I'm sure you would entertain us with your meaningful and expressive comments.

Comment: Re:Requirements ? (Score -1, Troll) 128

by ColdWetDog (#47904863) Attached to: Chrome For Mac Drops 32-bit Build

Oh, you aren't trapped. You simply have failed to recognize this as a sign from St. Jobs that your tithing is becoming a bit stingy for a fine, upstanding member of the Cult of Apple.

Free yourself from your shackles! Bask in the Glorious Light of a Retina Display (on certain models), of towers that can be confused with an ashtray, of connectors used by no one else on the planet. Of operating systems with the lifespan of a midge fly.

Or, you can be doomed forever in the Pit of Financial Sobriety.

The choice is yours. Upgrade or die.

Comment: Re:Problem? (Score 1) 270

Consider this - suppose the investigator was looking for a fleeing prisoner and used binoculars to search as he traveled through the city. While engaged in that search he saw a robbery in progress through the binoculars and called the city police to make the arrest. Would he have violated the law by making that search? Should there be a legal difference between searches by photon versus those by electron?

Nope, bad analogy. Try a car chase or something....

The binocular search is in the public view. The computer search goes into private territory. The better analogy in your case would be if the investigator had to enter someone's house (without a warrant) to view a potential crime. Can't do that.

Comment: Re:What a load of bull (Score 1) 135

by ColdWetDog (#47902763) Attached to: If We Can't Kill Cancer, Can We Control It?

Seriously, a load of bull. "If we can't kill Cancer". You'd like that, wouldn't you? No, the Medical industry and corporations would like that disinfo so they can keep selling placebo medicine and useless overpriced medicine to people, as well as all the devices and aperture. If we get a cure for Cancer, the corporations and medical industry stand to lose billions and trillions in the long term.

We've had the means and we know the means, to kill Cancer, for years. We've had the means to make a special bacteria, or use a special solution, that identifies a specific type of cell in the human body, any specific type.
If you have the means to identify it and designate it, then you have the means to eliminate it. Nano-technology helps there, if not specially designed bacteria.

I know! Let's improve this discussion by talking about vaccines.

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