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It's not that "scientists are in it for the money." It's that there are economic realities. Researchers must often be published, compete for grant money, etc. They have a vested economic interest in adhering to the so-called consensus on GW. It's analogous to teaching. We teachers aren't in it for the money, either. But we still are influenced by economic factors. What I don't understand is why people recognize this with regard to profits for Big a Oil, but not on...
 Of course it does.  See, only one side of this debate has a financially driven agenda.  Right?   Wrong.  The powers behind the curtain have every bit as much an agenda as Big Energy does.   This sets up the issue to be about what everything is ALWAYS about:  MONEY.    On one side, we have the green energy lobby, extreme environmentalists, PETA-types, scientists who are completely dependent on research funding to exist, and those politicians/radicals who wish to...
 Indeed.  Of all the words I wrote in response, it really comes down to the fact that he thinks Americans are unsophisticated, unintelligent and not curious about the world... because they don't travel as much as Europeans do.  That's what this whole ridiculous argument is about.  This is more boring than arguing with jimmac.  
 Hmm.  I guess that's sort of like how Climate Change Enthusiasts rail on about pro-fossil fuel bias, but assume nothing but the purest of motives and intentions when discussing those who promote and embrace global warming and its "solutions."      Yes, yes.  It's much easier to label your debate opponent as inflexible and narrow-minded.  Tell me, what are  "my views?"   I don't even recall sharing many with you.  What I've done is lampoon your caricature of Americans....
 But you've done little to no research.  What you have presented shows, at most, correlation.  I have presented several figures which directly contradict what you've posted.    Not really, no.  The U.S. has many guns, and many gun deaths.  We know this.  What you're doing is presuming that correlation=causation. The next step is to take the position that "guns are too easy to get," so we need more restrictions or a handgun ban.  That's when the wheels really come off the...
Great statistics.  Of course, they don't tell us anything other than "the U.S. has a lot of gun deaths."   No point in investigating why that is the case.  Better to just watch Yosemite Sam cartoons while nodding to one's self "yes, Americans."  
 The latest data I can find says 110 million Americans hold passports, or more than 1/3 of the population.  So you're entire point is hilarious wrong.     Why the hell are we still talking about George W. Bush?  I've got to hand it to you Bush-haters.  You never stop.  I'm not even defending him, yet you just keep heaping it on.  You don't like him.  We get it.  Of course, it might be nice if you look at--you know--the guy who has been in office for the past 6 years...the...
    See my previous post if you'd like to deal in facts and reason.  You're a caricature here.  My point in the post you went back and quoted was merely that we've seen your kind before.  It's nothing new.  I've been hearing (reading) idiotic views on America like yours for the *15 years I've been here. *No doubt you'll look at my registration and claim that "November 2001" doesn't constitute 15 years membership.  Then I'l have to explain that to you too.  
 Oh, I'm listening.  I'm just laughing at the stupidity and repetitive nonsense I hear.  
 "Where we are today" is obviously not something on which we agree.  You seem to think the problem is that Americans are just stupid.  I don't share that view.    What is it with you goddman Europeans and your obsession with traveling the world?  And how do you know that George Bush "wasn't interested" in "anywhere else?"  Your view is again a typical and shallow view influenced by your "more cultured" media that loves to push the notion that Americans are a bunch of...
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