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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    I have the feeling that most geologists do not have an opinion on this matter, especially with low number of quotes of Schoch's publications.

    Could you demonstrate your claim?

    Because if I...
  2. Re: Could modern tech bring back direct democracy?

    Do you really think we vote on everything? That's not the case.
    We vote any changes to the federal constitution.
    We vote any law that got a referendum with enough support (from the citizens).
    We...
  3. Re: Could modern tech bring back direct democracy?

    Personally I think citizen are like child. They need to get responsibilities at some point to grown up and to learn how to be mature.

    Obviously, not all population are ready to have a system close...
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    Re: USA elections 2020

    The feeling of discomfort/embarrassment I had while watching this interview...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Indeed Schoch claims that he didn't know about Edgar Cayce theory initially:


    However, I find this really hard to believe because from 1990 to 1993, he didn't come alone but with John Anthony...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    I found an interesting video from a geologist on the topic, again, in case you are interested:
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    I already answered you on this matter with this article:
    "During the hot summer of...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Actually the study says: “about 2 C warmer than average values for the late centuries for the Sicily and Western Mediterranean regions.”

    The data is based on averages over several decades and...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Stario, you are missing his point.

    His point :


    That's what is called an ecological collapse and indeed some biologists are worried about the consequence for human societies if a global...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Well, put the excerpt in its context, 1958 is the beginning of the Cold War, it follows the McCarthyism and the anti-communism feelings are still very present. The producer is Frank Capra, that...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    For longer than that actually. And greenhouse gases are a major parameter of those changes:...
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    Re: The Potential Lab Origin of COVID-19

    Moreover this an argument impossible to win. There are so many pathways possible in a laboratory, it is always possible to hypothesize a pathway that can mimic any natural origins. This a guaranteed...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Sorry for your cataracts. I hope you will be able to schedule an operation and to treat it.



    That's something I have already said in this thread, the increase in the air temperature brings...
  13. Re: BBC Announces 100m Institutional Racial Discrimination Measures in Bold Move Against Institutional Racial Discrimination

    Anyway, it was the logical conclusion after this:
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    I don't see how I could give an explanation to your argument that it proves it ruined AGW predictions since there is no support to your claim. As I said, you believe it should not be coherent and you...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    About the small debate we had about the dating of the Sphinx and its relation to past climate changes at the page 47, I found a video of an archaeologist talking about the topic. In case you are...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Repeating a lie very often does not turn it into truth. Aside from posting political blog links, you are not able to demonstrate it. I took the effort several times to counter the claim and the...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    I think you are getting old, we already discussed this:
    https://www.twcenter.net/forums/showthread.php?794812-Is-it-Game-Over-on-the-climate-front&p=15796989&viewfull=1#post15796989

    It was...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    It is very convenient to listen exclusively to the non-scientific claims and to ignore the claims based on scientific studies.



    The ice sheets are monitored by satellite thanks to gravimetry...
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    This is hard to be sure because the original tales are missing, i.e. Aethiopis, but Virgil and Ovid described him as black in their own work.

    Anyway, he is a fictional figure and Greek mythical...
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    That's Memnon of Rhodes
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memnon_of_Rhodes
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    White aggressive male, surely since Achilles kills him. Xenophobic I don't think so.

    But honestly I prefer the inclusion of a real black figure of the Greek mythology instead of black-washing...
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    I am surprised they didn't add Memnon the Ethiopian king with the current context. Maybe they are planning a BLM dlc.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Memnon_(mythology)

    But so far, this is looking...
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    Re: The Potential Lab Origin of COVID-19

    Well, there is no roadmap in the virus genome telling it how to became the perfect virus for the human body in a several months. It is hard to argue if there was enough or not enough time to get the...
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    Re: The Potential Lab Origin of COVID-19

    SARS1 outbreak started in November 2002 but got identified precisely a few months after (the exact virus I mean). The second outbreak in March and April is probably the moment it became more...
  25. Re: Microsoft to replace industry standard terms like whitelist, blacklist and master on GitHub with politically correct "race neutral" words.

    In the Greek mythology, Tartaros is associated with the blackness.
    In Latin, the color black is also called ater and is associated to sadness and malevolent. The word atrocious comes from atrox...
  26. Re: Bolivia president resigns. Danger of civil war ahead

    If I can quote directly the research paper you are referring too:

    "Our analysis does not establish the absence of fraud in this election; that could never be determined on the basis of...
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    Re: Death of George Floyd and Subsequent Riots.

    Good, so racism in your definition doesn't really exist anymore. Or at least in a very minority group that doesn't really matter actually.
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    I remember this study from the team of Didier Raoult in France:

    Early treatment of COVID-19 patients with hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin: A retrospective analysis of 1061 cases in Marseille,...
  29. Re: On leather musculated cuirasse and other things.

    Spolas aren't clear evidences. This is the issue and the motive of my question to you.
    Xenophon clearly separates the spolas with the thorax. If the former was an armor, he would have said simply...
  30. Re: On leather musculated cuirasse and other things.

    @Satapatiš

    Is there any clear historical reference to torso armor made out of leather in ancient literature (700 BC - AD 500) ?

    Because I know there are historical references for linen armors...
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Actually in Switzerland (and worldwide) it is the public sector that pays the most for the trials:...
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    https://www.fiercepharma.com/pharma/gilead-to-start-selling-remdesivir-coming-weeks-expects-multi-year-commercial-opportunity
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    And anyway they are getting a recession because the world is in a recession so they did that for nothing.
  34. Re: Coronavirus: Outcry after Trump suggests injecting disinfectant as treatment

    If you are interested, there is a blog on Science by Derek Lowe
    https://blogs.sciencemag.org/pipeline/

    He made a few posts about hydroxychloroquine.
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    An economic crisis can happen from supply or demand shocks. I doubt that letting a pandemic swamping freely the health system would let the consumers unaffected. They would probably just consume less.
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    O M G

    I think there is no way to describe your message by both being objective and respecting the forum rules.

    Weather forecast and climate forecast are two different things using different...
  37. Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Actually disinfectants were one of the topics discussed by D. Birx during the meeting. This is why he is looking at her when he pronounced his infamous sentences. ...
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    Re: Is it Game Over on the climate front?

    Happer does not produce any data, nor any figure. He uses what the others produce. He did use misleading figures like those from John Cristy but he didn't produce them himself. And most of the time,...
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Ahaha, sorry for my nitpicking :tongue:



    In their case, I would bet on a lack of infrastructure and equipment. I think the gov' is trying to cover up their inability to deal with the pandemics.
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    Re: Coronavirus outbreak - From China to the World.

    Actually, this is not a replication since they did their trial weeks before Gautret et al.



    Over the 20 persons treated with HCQ, only 6 got HCQ+azithromycine in the original study of Gautret...
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