Re: You two are useful idiotsJune 25 2012 at 9:51 PM
Mr. Sapien (Login Application11)
Response to You two are useful idiots
You just proved a point that was made earlier which stated that people that accept this belief, can't explain it in their own words. You just demonstrated that to be true by getting angry and a throwing temper tantrum like a little baby, followed by calling names, without really explaining any actual details. Where is the intelligence behind, or to your behavior? You can't even examine your own behavior, anymore than you can examine your own beliefs. And the true irony being: You believe in global warming, and you don't even know what heat is. LoL
And you guys think creationists are bad.
To touch upon what Vince said here:
Imagine that you build a house and because of some budget problems, you had to cut some costs. You decide that home insulation was not that important. (the warming planet will keep your home, warm) But, you managed to grab a tiny handful of insulation and spread it around the house as much as you could. Rip a string here and there, throw it behind a wall here and there, to where only 0.038% of the insulation job was actually done.
Now -- what is the likelihood that your home is going to have a problem with overheating? But lets say that your home does overheat -- would 0.038% of home insulation be the cause of that?
Because there is not enough CO2 in the atmosphere to account for what you suggest. Just like having 0.038% of the home finished with insulation could account for "trapped" heat, resulting in overheating.
Sounds absurd, eh? And yet, that is exactly what you are claiming.
The other problem is that yes, even thought sun rays bounce off the earth, there is not enough Co2 to absorb that rebound. If C02 is the cause of the heating and at 0.038% -- That means that only 0.038% of the rebound heat is getting "trapped" by C02. Or, think of a goalie. Imagine that you have a goalie that only takes up .038% of the net. He's going to let a lot of goals in during a game. Now think of CO2 as a goalie in the sky -- it's not going to "save" much of that sunshine rebounding from the earth. But Al Gore claims that this "goalie" is the biggest factor in stopping that heat.
There is simply no logic or common sense to that. Even if man is causing global warming, you're going to have to look for something else as the cause.