Yes, You Are Crazy – Or More Likely Just Not Very Bright


James Hansen, of the NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies-predicts a sea rise of about 20 feet by 2100.

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25 Responses to Yes, You Are Crazy – Or More Likely Just Not Very Bright

  1. gator69 says:

    How about we call you ‘finished’.

  2. Brian says:

    You guys hear about these earthquakes in Colorado and VA? If Global Warming isn’t screwing up the planet something is. This just isn’t normal.

    • It is completely normal. You have no idea what you are talking about

      • Brian says:

        Could you explain. I’m honestly scared shitless.

      • glacierman says:

        I’m sure you are scared, like all good bedwetters.

      • glacierman says:

        In older times, the medicine man, or other spiritual leaders would tell you the gods were angry. Now, in this secular progressive post-normal world, the elitists tell you that you are destroying the planey by breathing, or driving, or cooking dinner.

        And you believe them.

      • Brian says:

        Have you ever been caught in a Tornado Glacier man? I have.

      • glacierman says:

        No. But I would never blame it on CO2. Quit looking for human causes to naturally occuring things. Tornados happen, always have. Earth quakes happen, always have. Hurricanes happen, always have. They are not growing in number or power.

        Do some research.

      • Mike Davis says:

        You are sooo funny!
        Earth movements are a normal and natural part of the world we live on. Our entire continent was shaped by earth movements and volcanoes that eroded to the shapes you see today. The same is true for the rest of the globe!
        If you go through life scared shitless you will miss all the pleasures of life. Life is about adapting to your environment and experiencing what life brings you!I personally have only been here 64 years but I have aunts in their mid 90s that said the same!

    • glacierman says:

      The planet is fine. This is not anything that is screwed up. The only problem is the reaction to things by people who do not understand them.

    • Jimash says:

      “Could you explain. I’m honestly scared shitless.”

      Brian, first let me apologize for being harsh with you last we spoke.
      Global warming, or Climate Change, even if as real as stated ( very doubtful)
      Does not, cannot cause tectonic disturbances like earthquakes, or the tsunamis associated with seaquakes.
      Just isn’t mechanically possible.
      Think about how insidiously and perniciously you have been indoctrinated in
      irrational fears, to believe that these natural processes and scary earth movements can be caused by some slight temperature change or level of trace gas. Buck up.

      • Brian says:

        Some people have fears of highs, spiders, and other things. Weather and events like Earthquakes happen to be mine. I was caught up in an F3 Tornado in 1991 when I was 9 and I’ve been afraid of weather ever since. lol

        I hate to be dramtic about it, but that’s where the fear of Tornadoes, Global Warming, earthquakes etc…. Comes from.

      • Jimash says:

        Oh do not get me wrong,
        Earthquakes are scary. Tornadoes very scary. I am afraid of heights and spiders too.
        So I am not really picking on you for being afraid of killer events. I am too.
        Global warming does not happen to be one of them, and you should not let it get to you .
        It is not the fear of the event that you have wrong, but its attribution.

      • Mike Davis says:

        I lived through Hurricane Fran in 1996, Earthquakes when I was real young and major wind storms when I was working. This is something you learn to live with as it is part of what shapes the environment you live in. Worrying about possible problems only makes things worse and will not allow you to think straight when your actions can mean the difference between walking away from a situation and not!

  3. Andy WeissDC says:

    Just felt the DC earthquake. It was no joke. I was in my high rise apartment (10th floor). It first seemed like rumbling from heavy equipment, but then it kept getting worse and worse. The building was swaying back and forth. I don’t think there was serious damage, but it was scary.

  4. Traitor in Chief says:

    This must be one of those “scientists” he is trusting:

    The aliens are really ticked off because even tho the Goracle has been channeling their message to us, we refuse to listen.

    If they don’t do something, we will warm the planet, and everyone will start drinking Mai Tais. The solution, obviously, is to kill us before Mariachi bands spring up everywhere.

  5. Brian says:

    The last big quake to hit New York City was a 5.3-magnitude tremor in 1884 that happened at sea in between Brooklyn and Sandy Hook. While no one was killed, buildings were damaged.

    Kim said the city is likely to experience a big earthquake every 100 years or so.

    “It can happen anytime soon,” Kim said. “We can expect it any minute, we just don’t know when and where.”

    New York has never experienced a magnitude 6 or 7 earthquake, which are the most dangerous. But magnitude 5 quakes could topple brick buildings and chimneys.

  6. Traitor in Chief says:

    Having grown up in CA and experienced more than 20 earthquakes, my take is that anything under land, and under 6.2 is a yawner.

    I woke up to the Northridge quake (6.7), which knocked down some local structures, and a few fwy overpasses. In a stupor, I came out of my bedroom trying to get my bearings. The building was shaking pretty violently, and once I knew what it was, I went back to bed.

    If you’re close to the epicenter, and its a big enough shaker, you’ll know. If the “S” waves arrive and it feels like the ground is rising and falling 12 feet, you might wanna hold on to something. Step into a closet, or under supporting structure.

  7. Andy WeissDC says:

    This was my first earthquake and hopefully my last. It kept getting worse with time and you just didn’t know how bad it would get. That was the scary part.

    I have no idea what CO2 has to do with earthquakes. Who started that rumor?

    • Latitude says:

      Andy, it’s because CO3 is heavy…..and pushing the ground down
      ..don’t worry, they have added inches to their measurements

      ………seriously, you OK? I haven’t heard anything about it

  8. Jimash says:

    We just delivered my daughter to American U. on saturday.
    She called and said it was pretty intense. Absolutely her first.

  9. Mike Davis says:

    Sorry folks! I have had quakes throw me out of bed in the middle of the night on two occasions. As T I C says it is something you get used to. There is a possibility that an earthquake can strike most anywhere and California is still waiting for the BIG one. Of course California has been waiting for the BIG one as long as I have been aware these thing happen. We just happen to live in relatively mild geological and atmospheric conditions.

  10. Justa Joe says:

    Jon, GTHOH

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