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Comment: Re:Ahhhh.... (Score -1, Troll) 429

by flyneye (#48183295) Attached to: In UK, Internet Trolls Could Face Two Years In Jail

Yeah, whatever. Chris Grayling needs to brush the goo out of his teeth before appearing in a news article looking like an inbred version of James Spader yodeling behavior modification for the world, into the tiny microphone between his legs. He just needs to stick his head right back up his ass , and not come out 'till his teeth are properly brushed.
            I'll troll queenie till he cries, what's he gonna do, write a strong letter of protest?

Comment: Re:Pixie Dust (Score 3, Insightful) 252

by flyneye (#48109997) Attached to: Lego Ends Shell Partnership Under Greenpeace Pressure

I suspect some other motive. I mean, really, who could give a shit what Greenpeace thinks? They're a fucking joke!
I think something went sour between Legos and Shell, so Legos is just blaming Peengrease for benefit of the press.
Greenpeace never did anything of any real consequence except add comedy to news programs.

Comment: Re:yes, let's "zoom out" (Score -1, Troll) 213

by flyneye (#48109965) Attached to: NASA Finds a Delaware-Sized Methane "Hot Spot" In the Southwest

That's what we get for accepting this democrazy horseshit last century.
Now we're up to our ass in a one party system of Repubmocrats and they're trying to gas us out as population control.
The best we can do is vote for ANYONE except a Republican or Democrat and hope enough get in to slow their evil plans down a bit.

Comment: Re:please no (Score 1) 423

by flyneye (#48088079) Attached to: Past Measurements May Have Missed Massive Ocean Warming

I'd settle for something more credible than all this. I agree with you, being good custodians IS the responsible thing to do, anyway. Meanwhile, keeping a population fed and working with a modern standard of living in industrial nations, while doing the legwork necessary to implement change that doesn't endanger the former, should be done in a trustworthy non-fanatical way. If not, lessons not learned ,they will "continue to bang their heads", "doing the same thing over and over, expecting different results" until it feels better or comes to consequence.
Do it right, and don't come running in here every 10 minutes, waving your arms and shouting, "The Sky is Falling, The Sky is Falling!" everytime one of your expensive new toys coughs up some theoretical sampling of what it could be like if only we lived in cartoonland and tell me it's credible or YOU'RE FIRED FLINTSTONE! I suppose that about sums it up.

Comment: Re:please no (Score 1) 423

by flyneye (#48081669) Attached to: Past Measurements May Have Missed Massive Ocean Warming

Yes, but what is the OCEANS effect on this. Up until last week, that data was not even considered because we didn't have that data. Now we have the data within grasp and need only the time to compile it. Water covers more than 2/3 of the planet. It is silly, misleading and ignorant to produce results based on less than 1/3 of the necessary data. Further, there may be even more criteria missing, if they were stupid enough to exclude this and try to produce an end product.
It's not that I don't "think" (which is different than "know" or "believe") something may be wrong, but, it cannot be shown in these dark ages of science where money , politics and ambition ARE included in "findings".

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