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December 29, 2018, 07:42:12 AM

At maximum resistance. Tenken sen encountering cloud. Lagging span at edge of cliff. Crossed MACD. Interesting times.

#NonAggregateMarketSolelyComposedOfCliffFaceRisesAndFalls

These are hardcore, pure faggot-scam markets.

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the more concerning threat is not climate change anyway its rising co2 levels.

ocean acidification, species loss, collapsing fisheries stocks, depleting fresh water aquifers, the list goes on

I really have to take issue with the implied idea that there is some specific lever we can throw, in this case co2, and continue on our merry way.

We need to completely rethink our relationship with our, very finite, biome and stop behaving like petulant valley girls with daddy's credit card.
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December 29, 2018, 07:49:47 AM

the more concerning threat is not climate change anyway its rising co2 levels.

C02, not even close.  This is the world's scariest chart.  Gonna need to build a really big wall.


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December 29, 2018, 07:56:59 AM

Where do most of you put your orders?
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December 29, 2018, 08:03:12 AM

Where do most of you put your orders?

Not sure I understand the question.  If you are asking what is the most reputable exchange - Bitstamp.
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December 29, 2018, 08:10:57 AM

Virgin Roach.

Let's get the roach devirginized, I heard there are certain women accepting bitcoin nowadays.
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here let me just update that for you since conveniently for your argument left out the last two years of the chart data ... always happens that way huh?

 Roll Eyes Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

... and straight in there with the usual bodged data and smear tactics tricks.

"Man-made climate change" was never about the science, they were just some useful idiots for the socialists to push their shabby agenda of control and shared mediocrity.

Any chance of useful debate or reasoning is gone now ... perhaps that is just how the socialists like it?



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This is why I advocate inter-disciplinary training. Cherry picking one data point and crafting it to a narrative is old hat. However if you stand back and take a look at the whole picture it is much more obvious...to some. Be that as it may..I have the feeling Marcus that you are half into your cup and just looking for a punching bag. So be it.

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p.s. the chart was of a model that was projected in 2006 I believe with actual data well within the 2 sigma delta. these models have been refined and are even more highly accurate today but i could not be arsed to find the latest. the more concerning threat is not climate change anyway its rising co2 levels.

That I do agree on.
We will soon be on co2 levels that affects our cognitive abilities. It is rising quickly and we will soon all be breathing air equivalent to that in a closed room with no ventilation full of students at the end of a double class.
And that will make us all stupider.
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December 29, 2018, 08:35:30 AM
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the more concerning threat is not climate change anyway its rising co2 levels.

ocean acidification, species loss, collapsing fisheries stocks, depleting fresh water aquifers, the list goes on

I really have to take issue with the implied idea that there is some specific lever we can throw, in this case co2, and continue on our merry way.

We need to completely rethink our relationship with our, very finite, biome and stop behaving like petulant valley girls with daddy's credit card.

+1 WOsMerit

Like I didn't explain very well, a holistic multidisciplinary approach is probably best.  Embarrassed   My problem with the co2 thing is like I posted awhile back..I thought I did anyway...  Meh..regardless once co2 levels reach a certain threshold there is a possibility of cognitive loss in homo sapiens. If we get to stoopid to deal with ever mounting and complex issues..well..the next iteration that comes along in a few hundred million years give or take can start trying to figure it out all over again.

Despite all of this I have hope. More than that, I have conviction in what I am saying. I believe societies can live in harmony and that together we can solve these problems. I reinforce these convictions not only to my peers but also to my representatives every way I can, not only vocally but with my wallet as well. I highly encourage everyone to do the same. 


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Like I didn't explain very well, a holistic multidisciplinary approach is probably best.  Embarrassed   My problem with the co2 thing is like I posted awhile back..I thought I did anyway...  Meh..regardless once co2 levels reach a certain threshold there is a possibility of cognitive loss in homo sapiens.

85% of the plants on earth use C3 photosynthesis, which are generally c02 starved, while C4 plants aren't.  Theoretically, increasing c02 will cause the C3 plants to become more efficient, probably propagate more in domain and size, and also store more c02 at the same time, pulling it out of the atmosphere.  C3 plants should store more up to whatever point it hits diminishing returns.  Rice and cannabis are C3 plants, while corn is a C4 for instance.
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December 29, 2018, 08:51:14 AM

Yeah dude, 0.04 % CO2 in our Air. Its a huuuuuuuge problem. Wow.



Atmosphere of Earth   -    Percentage

Nitrogen    N2    78.084
Oxygen    O2    20.946
Argon    Ar    0.9340
Carbon dioxide    0.04
Neon    Ne    0.001818
Helium    He    0.000524
Methane    CH4    0.000179



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmosphere_of_Earth


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We will soon be on co2 levels that affects our cognitive abilities. It is rising quickly and we will soon all be breathing air equivalent to that in a closed room with no ventilation full of students at the end of a double class.
And that will make us all stupider.

looks like it already affected you..
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jojo69 I'm going to reply because I respect your contributions, good humour and seemingly easy grasp of common sense of most complicated matters (you may have imbibed a little too much of the eco-facist Kool-aid to see the forest for the trees here though)

Just because the globalists are using a crisis to expand their power it does not necessarily follow that the crisis does not exist.
This is sloppy logic Marcus, try harder.
You've got the cart before the horse, logically speaking. In hindsight, the IPCC was set-up with the goal of creating a manufactured crisis (or hijacked), any dissenting scientists of the initial IPCC were hounded out of the organisation over the years, sometimes viciously.  More than a few of the most effective dissenters have had curiously early-age heart attack deaths, but that's hard to say if there is a 'statistical fingerprint' of foul-play afoot. Of the "97%" consensus, it takes only 1 lone voice of the remaining 3% to be correct for them all to be wrong, that's science, ask Einstein.

the more concerning threat is not climate change anyway its rising co2 levels.

ocean acidification, species loss, collapsing fisheries stocks, depleting fresh water aquifers, the list goes on

I really have to take issue with the implied idea that there is some specific lever we can throw, in this case co2, and continue on our merry way.

We need to completely rethink our relationship with our, very finite, biome and stop behaving like petulant valley girls with daddy's credit card.

let's take these one at a time;

1) ocean acidification ... this is a bogus made up term to begin with, the oceans are alkali with pH around 8.2, they are not acid, have never been acid. It's a typical scary word propaganda trick to think humans are making the oceans acid ( zero OMG!! bad humans), the correct scientific term if you were referring to a tiny change in pH from dissolved CO2 would be dealkalinization ... btw CO2 dissolving in the oceans is a major route for permanent sequestration of carbon into lime, chalk, etc deposits via calcium carbonates used structurally by invertebrates and crustaceans.

2) species loss ... ok maybe this is an issue, it's subjective and depends on your feelings though. Massive extinction events have happened regularly in the Earth's past from various means. How much species diversity is exactly the right amount? do you feel like playing god to determine that? humans have cultivated huge quantities of biomass in the form of crops, cows, sheep, pigs, chickens, there are probably more animals alive on the planet today than at any time in the past, let's celebrate mammalian abundance husbanded by humans! ... are they just not the "right" animals for your liking? my liking? his liking? should we all be living in teepees and hunting the roaming meager herds of buffalo in competition with wolves and large cats? Who really knows what is the right balance for number of species and quantities of each species that should be alive on earth at any particular time? It's just an excessively complicated question to believe anyone who claims to know the answer, they are just bullshitting you to gain an advantage over you somehow.

3) collapsing fisheries stock ... yep totally agree with you here, it sucks, people are stupid and greedy and the tragedy of the commons will prevail any time you get a shared resource situation like this. I think inevitably aquaculture will alleviate this in the near to not-too-distant future. Fish-farming has come a long way fast since price of wild fish started spiking after stocks collapse, locally I've seen some great ventures in exotic fish species, delicacies that were always thought too hard to be farmed, lobster, abalone, white-bait, scallops, etc. In fact, I suggest invest, aquaculture is going to have a great profitable future and its good for our local habitat (I mean who doesn't love to go fishing for realz?)

4) depleting fresh water aquifers ... yep totally agree again. Tragedy of the commons strikes again, mix in brain-dead socialist politicians looking to milk tense local water rights situations and the resulting mess is all but inevitable. I don't know any good solutions to fresh water problems, historically they are solved by wars, reduced populations, enforced conservation (rationing), then dams. Desalination from an abundant energy discovery is a fringe possibility (fusion or etc).
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December 29, 2018, 08:59:51 AM

TLDR:  We have far bigger problems than c02 like the evil cult of Judaism.
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December 29, 2018, 09:11:38 AM

At maximum resistance. Tenken sen encountering cloud. Lagging span at edge of cliff. Crossed MACD. Interesting times.

#NonAggregateMarketSolelyComposedOfCliffFaceRisesAndFalls

These are hardcore, pure faggot-scam markets.



Lol, more paranoid schizophrenic delusions. Everything is a plot to persecute you and blow up your shorts Roll Eyes Reality is you shorted the bottom and the new bull market is here. You should like faggot markets since your future and first girlfriend Gembitz has a penis.

The Jews just sent my team another Bitcoin for making this post, they are very happy seeing you pace around your basement. Also they paid your mom .5 Bitcoin to put some more estrogen in the sandwich she brought you before she went to bed.

Now back to your hamster wheel life for you, we are all watching. Wink

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Virgin Roach.

Let's get the roach devirginized, I heard there are certain women accepting bitcoin nowadays.

No worries, we are gonna pay for him to fly from his homeless shelter in a few years and come to the 100k party, there he will meat Gembitz and get her pregnant. Gembitz has a small penis, but a fully working vagina as well. Does this make Virgin Roach gay??? That is a worthy topic and warrants further discussion. My two satoshis says he is as gay as they come, but I am willing to listen to other viewpoints.
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December 29, 2018, 09:18:40 AM

Yeah dude, 0.04 % CO2 in our Air. Its a huuuuuuuge problem. Wow.



Atmosphere of Earth   -    Percentage

Nitrogen    N2    78.084
Oxygen    O2    20.946
Argon    Ar    0.9340
Carbon dioxide    0.04
Neon    Ne    0.001818
Helium    He    0.000524
Methane    CH4    0.000179



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We will soon be on co2 levels that affects our cognitive abilities. It is rising quickly and we will soon all be breathing air equivalent to that in a closed room with no ventilation full of students at the end of a double class.
And that will make us all stupider.

looks like it already affected you..

If you had ever been on a submarine you would have known how infinitesimally small increases in co2 will have dramatic effects.
I'm not going to give you any links because this is common knowledge.
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December 29, 2018, 09:26:22 AM

Virgin Roach.

Let's get the roach devirginized, I heard there are certain women accepting bitcoin nowadays.

One does not simply
Have BTC to pay those women nowadays

Maybe they accept a dozen silver spoons etc ?? (r0ach got lots of those)

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Sometimes is hard to be in this place.

You may have to read the following words. If you don't, I don't care.

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Whatever befalls the earth befalls the sons of the earth. If men spit upon the ground, they spit upon themselves.

This we know: The earth does not belong to man; man belongs to the earth. This we know.

Read the whole piece here http://www.culturabrasil.org/seattle.htm It's a letter from Chief Seattle to President Frankiln Pierce (1885).


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Yeah dude, 0.04 % CO2 in our Air. Its a huuuuuuuge problem. Wow.



Atmosphere of Earth   -    Percentage

Nitrogen    N2    78.084
Oxygen    O2    20.946
Argon    Ar    0.9340
Carbon dioxide    0.04
Neon    Ne    0.001818
Helium    He    0.000524
Methane    CH4    0.000179



https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atmosphere_of_Earth


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We will soon be on co2 levels that affects our cognitive abilities. It is rising quickly and we will soon all be breathing air equivalent to that in a closed room with no ventilation full of students at the end of a double class.
And that will make us all stupider.

looks like it already affected you..

If you had ever been on a submarine you would have known how infinitesimally small increases in co2 will have dramatic effects.
I'm not going to give you any links because this is common knowledge.
If you had listened in fifth grade biology you would know what C6H12O6 means.
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You can choose gay frogs guy or you can choose NASA.  

https://climate.nasa.gov/scientific-consensus/

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Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals1 show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities.

If you trust gay frogs guy over NASA, then I can’t help you.  
I choose the humble water filter merchant.
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December 29, 2018, 10:19:21 AM

the more concerning threat is not climate change anyway its rising co2 levels.

ocean acidification, species loss, collapsing fisheries stocks, depleting fresh water aquifers, the list goes on

I really have to take issue with the implied idea that there is some specific lever we can throw, in this case co2, and continue on our merry way.

We need to completely rethink our relationship with our, very finite, biome and stop behaving like petulant valley girls with daddy's credit card.
The core problem is that there are simply too many of us. We have been too successful.

If the stories of early american explorers is to be believed, then the oceans have maybe 1% of 1% of its original marine life left today. There is no other way forward than a massive human dieoff.
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