“I think the masses are very smart on this subject. They know they are going to be paying the heavy cost impimenting the plan and they know the rich and powerful will just make money off if it wether it is coal companies, the oil industry or the politicians.
As Einstein said if the science is fact then it only takes one scientest to prove it right or wrong.
The Reich was always trying to prove him wrong with hundreds of scientest signing petetions.”
sonofsamphm1c on Mar 18, 2009 at 09:53:30
“The petition signers are the ones who are trying to prove the science behind AGW is suspect, so your Einstein deal is misapplied. Einstein in this case is the individual climate scientists who have been working on this field of study all of their lives, and who have built a very solid case for global warming, and the Reich is the doubt casting do nothings who almost never go out and make observations and write papers.
All most of them do is lie and slither back under rocks. If they were sincere in their endeavors they would go out and do science. If AGW is a hoax, this really should be fairly simple to do. Why do they almost never take such an approach? Because they already know the science is solid. So they have retreated to just fooling the public and politicians into believing there is doubt.”
dobberdoss on Mar 18, 2009 at 03:40:23
“Oh your right about one thing, It's all about making money”
“Why doesn't this outrage Obama? Why did they let these payments be made? Why not tell these people to heck with a contract?
37 billion to Goldman Sachs Group Inc., the firm Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson used to run.
and 13 billion to Deutsche Bank AG, Merrill Lynch, Societe Generale, Calyon, Barclays Plc, Rabobank, Danske, HSBC, Royal Bank of Scotland, Banco Santander, Morgan Stanley, Wachovia, Bank of America, and Lloyds Banking Group.”
“The bonus scandal makes a great smoke screen for the billions of taxpayers dollars AIG is sending to the overseas banks and wealthy oil money investors in the mideast they insured on toxic loans.”
Vinca on Mar 17, 2009 at 13:03:36
“I THINK, WE KNOW, VERY , VERY LITTLE, ABOUT THE < PIRATES OF WALL STREET>, WE PROBABLY WOULD BE ASTOUNDED, IF WE KNEW ALL OF IT”
Nickesq on Mar 17, 2009 at 12:20:16
“I guess this will teach the rest of the world the downfall of investing in American companies, and it is about time they figured it out. This American economy is based on consuming ever larger quantities of goods we don't need with money we don't have. It will not recover to resume this same form. So the globalization of the financial markets is dead. Is there any further use for AIG? Let it die.”
“Oh no they were burning garbage during a war!!!! I bet that was then number one worry of the soldiers and the population.”
VOTER on Mar 10, 2009 at 16:36:29
“Get off your high horse.
The soldiers weren't worried about it and shouldn't have been but
they are worried about it now, aren't they? Bush's Katrina War management.
Soldiers expected and should have expected waste to have been handled properly
and not expose them to harmful chemicals and fumes.
It is like Bush sending them off to war without body protection.
The man is a criminal.”
kare74 on Mar 10, 2009 at 16:21:18
“It's not the burning, it's what they were burning. I'd like to know if Iraqis were "directly exposed" as well, whatever that means....”
TeeLolly on Mar 10, 2009 at 16:20:12
“They should have been thinking about it with all the hype about toxic chemicals. Many of the fictitious WMDs were supposed to be chemical and biological weapons.”
Frenbar on Mar 10, 2009 at 16:17:01
“Just another of the myriad of inevitable worries caused by a pointless occupation.”
“No that was last week, remember the Blizzard March!
It comes on the heels of a gathering of some 12,000 young climate activists -- who favor action to stop climate change -- in Washington, DC.”
Pharos on Mar 9, 2009 at 16:50:32
“Let's see if I can make this simple enough. If the average temperature of Boston and New York increases by 4 degrees and the current average temperature is 52. The current average temperatures for Boston and New York are 50 and 54. What will the temperature of New York City be one year from now?
Notice there is not enough information to answer the question, right?
Suppose the temperatures are measured and we get Boston 60, New York 52. Does that agree with the prediction? Yes, the average temperature went up but New York got colder. Any combination of temperatures whose average is 56 will agree with the prediction and yet we can not tell which will be warmer the following year.”
Dewdaroo on Mar 9, 2009 at 16:27:55
“It's called the "GORE" effect. When these clowns meet up for some 'big shindig', it snows...A LOT! It makes watching them a bundle of laughs.”
“I can't believe someone was arrested for setting up an air sample station like the paragraph says inbetween the videos because the video never says anyone was arrested. Oh and the paragraph says the cop was a TVA officer, but the video says he was a county cop. I wonder if the cop wanted he drivers license since he saw him driving?”