Chuck admits Man can’t control the Climate

Chuck is now admitting man can’t control the climate. His latest post is about Oceans releasing gasses. He laments nothing man does, can change this.

Is this the real reason Chuck threw Ludwig under the bus? He wants to distance himself from his previous hardcore man-made global warming stance?

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56 Comments on “Chuck admits Man can’t control the Climate”

  1. Iron Fist says:

    Billions will still die! I thought that was what the Leftists wanted, anyway…

    • Daedalus says:

      I wonder if this is why he turned on Ludwig.

      • Mark says:

        I think he turned on Ludwig because Chuck thinks he’s running a serious blog over there and can’t stand the fact that everyone was laughing at him for posting Luddy’s craziness. Of course, everyone is still laughing at him because of his own craziness but he’ll never admit to that.

      • wolfie says:

        Yes, it’s possible that the Chubster is now embarrassed by Loody, the exact same Loody he recently admired so much and relied on so trustingly for canned arguments.

        The Shrieking Chubbo was duped!!!!
        That’s it!
        Billions and billions have duped him!!!!!

  2. buzzsawmonkey says:

    The planet is bigger than all of us—even bigger than the Mad King, despite his ever-expanding girth. The planet can take care of itself, and human beings will adapt to the planet’s changes—or not.

    That’s evolution, folks.

  3. FishFearMe says:

    That’s good news regarding the pending rise in sea levels. I live inland about 40 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. In a few years, maybe I’ll have oceanfront property. And only a few hundred thousand will die. Sweet!

    ///

    • doriangrey1 says:

      With any luck it will rise fast enough that the brain dead Marxist troglodytes living within 30 miles of the East and West coasts will all drown like the fucking rats they are unable to figure out how to avoid the rising water. Chunkles, lemming that he is, will no doubt ride his bicycle right straight into the oncoming ocean…

      • buzzsawmonkey says:

        Sorry to disappoint you, but I suspect that the Mad King has great bouyancy by virtue of massive displacement…

  4. snowcrash says:

    Didn’t he say the oceans had enormous amounts of methane bubbles being burped up or is that no longer a fashionable theory? Putting too much credence in prelim reports maybe?

  5. vagabond trader says:

    Thats right Chuck,nttin you can do about it so get together with unmatted harry relax and smoke a bong or two.

  6. Archonix says:

    Deep oceans releasing heat = oceans getting cooler = sea-levels falling. Good grief, it’s worse than we thought!!!

  7. Village Idiot's Apprentice says:

    Comments are opened back up at the swamp

    • Bunk X says:

      Riiiight.

      94 Charles Thu, Dec 16, 2010 11:08:56am replyquote

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      No – I’m doing some work on the database to fix some small problems.

  8. Stillactive says:

    Village Idiot’s Apprentice :
    Comments are opened back up at the swamp

    Too Bad.
    Billons will read!

  9. My Little Ponytail says:

    The logic of that piece is a little bit cattywumpus. We all know that there heat unaccounted for. So now it’s coming up out of the ocean, as evidence by melting of the Antarctic that isn’t happening. Or is the evidence in the surface temperature which aren’t warming? I mean dude. We’re in the middle of a severe La Nina.

  10. My Little Ponytail says:

    Oh, Jesus, it’s worse than I thought.

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/40660195/

    “Global warming is sneaky. For more than a century it has been hiding large amounts of excess heat in the world’s deep seas. Now that heat is coming to the surface again in one of the worst possible places: Antarctica.”

    Sneaky bastard!!!!!

    • garycooper says:

      Global warming is sneaky. For more than a century it has been hiding large amounts of excess heat in the world’s deep seas.

      A-HA! I knew it. It’s “Anthropomorphic Global Warming,” and that rascal’s been hiding the heat-bomb below the ice of the Antarctic since long before the CO2-levels began to rise due to Evil Mankind’s Fossil-Fuel Debauchery.

      Here’s Ol’ Sparky, now…doesn’t he look pleased with himself?

      http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2117/2266723497_f85707124e.jpg?v=0

  11. alcibiates says:

    THIS IS A TOPIC FOR A SCIENTIST!!!

    FREE LVQ!!!!

  12. grandjunctionite says:

    There is Gold in the latest thread.

    120 Charles
    Thu, Dec 16, 2010 2:25:06pm replyquote 6downupreport

    I’m considering allowing people to edit their comments. Any opinions from the crowd on whether this would be a good thing, bad thing, or the end of civilization as we know it?

    Editability would stop after 7 days.

  13. My Little Ponytail says:

    Best comment from the original Discovery article (that everybody else parroted):

    In reviewing this article and web page I see:
    1) From this article:
    “exponential increase in warming waters undermining the sea ice, raising air temperatures, melting glaciers and wiping out entire penguin colonies”
    “Eighty-seven percent of the alpine glaciers are in retreat”
    “Some of the Adele penguin colonies have already gone extinct”
    “All show the same rising trend that is being seen in Antarctica”
    “When I saw that my jaw just dropped”
    “The most dramatic rise has happened since 1960”
    “even if humanity got organized and soon stopped emitting greenhouse gases, there is already too much heat in the oceans to stop a lot of impacts — like the melting of a huge amount of Antarctic ice”
    “There’s the potential that we’re locked into long term sea level rise for a long time”
    “It can destroy the ice shelf if that heat can get to it”
    “Now that the upwelling deep sea water is the clear cause of the melting ice shelf”

    2) Other recommended “Discovery News” titles on this page:
    “Greenland Ice Sheet’s Disappearing Act”
    “First Signs of Melting Seen in East Antarctica”
    “Massive Iceberg Collision Could Alter Ocean Currents”
    “Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Could Reverse”

    This is the definition of alarmism. DN: are you actually presenting science or are you presenting speculations that will get web site hits?

  14. Stillactive says:

    Good Lard! Where’s Lewdie when we really, really, really need him. I need someone to splane deep ocean conveyors, thermohaline circulation, subterranean methane…
    Speak english Doc, we’er not Scientist!

  15. Stillactive says:

    My Little Ponytail :
    Well, there’s Bill Nye the Science Guy…

    Haven’t seen Bill Nye the Science Guy sense Lewdie went missing….you don’t think….
    Call TMZ and find out where BNtTSG is. Hell look for Lewdie while y’at it

  16. FishFearMe says:

    Sounds to me like REAL science trumped all that Gorebull warming shit.

  17. Arachne says:

    “The Deep Oceans may be warehousing large amounts of excess heat.”

    Riiiight, asshat. And this is the first time in history this has happened. Anyone think, like me, that this is simply subterranean volcanic action maybe – uh, he does know how Hawaii was formed, right? I mean he lived there and was dicriminated against by the mean natives for being a haole.

    • doriangrey1 says:

      Another little tiny thing they failed to mention is that the water at the bottom of the ocean has a uniform temperature of 31.9 degree’s. This is not speculation, but a incredibly well documented fact.

      There is however an active volcano directly underneath the Ross Ice field, like Hawaii’s famous Kilauea this volcano has been spewing white hot lava for several years. It’s impact however generally speaking is pretty insignificant.

      This article isnt about science, it’s pure 100 percent political propaganda.

      • Arachne says:

        Bingo. It isn’t like Asshat actually understands any of the science forthcoming. But it does enhance his cut-and-paste street cred.

  18. Arachne says:

    Pssst…Are those new avatars the random assignment ones like on the Deuce. Awfully cute. I need some cuteness today.

  19. buzzsawmonkey says:

    Anybody else want to see sumo wrestling between Michael Moore and the Mad King?

  20. DEZ says:

    Arachne :
    Ah DEZ – I sometimes think we were twins separated at birth, the way we think…..

    😉

  21. DEZ says:

    buzzsawmonkey :
    Aw, c’mon, guys—think of it as a “when worlds collide” moment…

    More like forbidden planets.

  22. garycooper says:

    The original article is from Discovery? Well, you can consign it to the outhouse, for emergency duty. Discovery has been blasting the AGW-hysteria horn as loudly as any enviro-rag on the planet, for years. I give this article the same amount of credence as I give those. (flush!)

  23. garycooper says:

    And besides, what about Lewd-Thing’s table-top CO2 experiment, that proved conclusively once and for all time, that CO2 is bad, ummkay? Are we supposed to pretend that never happened?

  24. nil stooge says:

    Bunk X :
    Riiiight.

    94 Charles Thu, Dec 16, 2010 11:08:56am replyquote
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    are comments now invisible if you’re not logged in, or am i missing something?
    No – I’m doing some work on the database to fix some small problems.

    Some guys will have a couple of beers and talk about nuking Mecca. But no matter how much beer they drink Mecca doesn’t have to worry about getting nuked.

    And other guys with ‘sophisticated’ politically correct politics would proudly never nuke Mecca but they’ll lie right to your face, multiple times, obviously, and dare you to call them on it, and hit you with a stick if you dare. And loyal lizards will lap it up because they don’t want to nuke Mecca either. It’s the price they have to pay to save Mecca one more day. Give yourselves a pat on the back, loyal lizards.

  25. Stillactive says:

    nil,
    It’s OK. He’s just working on the DB. (More like working on the DL.) He mustn’t have had much fun. Chunk’s talking of adding an edit feature. Now the Lizoids will have to clean up their own poop. Not only that but:

    “182 Charles Thu, Dec 16, 2010 2:43:53pm 2
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    I’d prefer something more like 5 minutes, as I usually catch my grammar mess-ups just after posting. Alternatively, though I’d imagine this would be a PITA to code, a wiki like history on comments that were edited after the first 5 minutes or so. Or perhaps even making the editing window effected by Karma to prevent shenanigans (example: 5 min after the first 50 Karma, 1hr after 200, 7 days after 1000). 😛

    I thought about an edit history, but if the edit window’s only a few minutes that would be kind of superfluous.
    Karma buys longer edit times – interesting idea.”

    Chunky. Chunky. Chunky.
    By the time someone makes it to 50 “Lizard Bucks”, they know the party line.
    Why would they need to edit?

    • My Little Ponytail says:

      Might have helped poor ol’ Loody out…

    • nil stooge says:

      I’d love to hear a scenario of ‘working on the database’ that necessitated blocking comments to unregistered users while serving them up to registered users, nevermind the fact that Johnson has been intermittently blocking pre-2008 comments to unregistered users for weeks now, with the onset of the blockages highly correlated with CZ comments about same, here at DoD.

      The editing comments idea is interesting, in that it seems to blow up the whole “exchange of ideas” thing. What kind of mental gymnastics are required of the reader, reading responses to a comment that has subsequently been edited?

      Bottom line is, editable comments are a way to generate even more hits from the couple dozen loyal lizards who are supplying much of his current traffic.

      And shouldn’t it be the karma-deficient lizards who need/get more time to edit their comments … until they get them tweaked enough for updings? The karma-rich lizards are obviously already doing fine with their unedited comments.

  26. blogmocrat says:

    buzzsawmonkey :
    Aw, c’mon, guys—think of it as a “when worlds collide” moment…

    More like that notorious scene in “Borat” …

  27. blogmocrat says:

    “Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Could Reverse”

    Don’t you love that headline … they COULD’VE used the headline “Antarctic Sea Ice Growing,” which is apparently what is happening at present, but they chose to go with what “could” happen in the future.

  28. garycooper says:

    blogmocrat :“Antarctic Sea Ice Growth Could Reverse”
    Don’t you love that headline … they COULD’VE used the headline “Antarctic Sea Ice Growing,” which is apparently what is happening at present, but they chose to go with what “could” happen in the future.

    It’s always about what “could happen,” because nothing ever happens to confirm their silly, useless computer-models.

    Most amusing story of the day, might have been the one about how Russia actually welcomes global-warming, and the beneficial effects it “could have” on their heating-costs and agricultural-yields. No shit, comrade…it’s goink to be VUN-derful! 🙂 (too bad it’s not happening)

  29. Opilio says:

    nil stooge :
    And shouldn’t it be the karma-deficient lizards who need/get more time to edit their comments … until they get them tweaked enough for updings? The karma-rich lizards are obviously already doing fine with their unedited comments.

    How’s this for a statistic:

    Karma for all 7.9 million posts since 6/2004: ~4,000,000
    Karma for only 250 blocked commenters: ~1,000,000

    I suspect that at least half the net LGF karma is “owned” by the banned.

    • nil stooge says:

      From my little spreadsheet of 3044 nics I get:


      2086 active nics => 2,545,326 karma
      957 blocked nics => 1,240,624 karma

      So there’s not a lot of ~4M karma unaccounted for.

  30. Arachne says:

    buzzsawmonkey :

    Aw, c’mon, guys—think of it as a “when worlds collide” moment…

    Please don’t let it happen in San Francisco – the earthquake threat is already real enough.

  31. Lizard Army says:

    Bunk X :I prefer the term asskickers rather than hemorrhoids or buttcramps. Asskickers is the more precise term. Carry on.

    I prefer “ass fruit” or “bum grapes” to hemorrhoids.