Delusional MMGW DOOM!!!!!!

By: mobal , 12:59 AM GMT on July 15, 2008

Delusional MMGW proponents now have psychiatrists to help.......

Writing in the Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, Joshua Wolf and Robert Salo of our Royal Children's Hospital say this delusion was a "previously unreported phenomenon".

"A 17-year-old man was referred to the inpatient psychiatric unit at Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne with an eight-month history of depressed mood . . . He also . . . had visions of apocalyptic events."

"The patient had also developed the belief that, due to climate change, his own water consumption could lead within days to the deaths of millions of people through exhaustion of water supplies."

Rest of the Heraldsun article here....link




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15. quasigeostropic
4:55 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
TF..LOL..I heard that cold might cause hypothermia...I heard that getting too warm may cause hyperthermia....I heard that not taking care of yourself might mean any host of thousands of diseases and sickness.....The possibilities are endless.....
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14. tornadofan
4:51 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
I heard this morning on the radio that Global Warming will cause an increase in kidney stones in the United States.
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13. outrocket
4:48 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
11. palmettobug53 11:46 AM CDT on July 15, 2008
I haven't noticed any of those folks in robes and sandals out there yet, with those "The End is Near" signs...

..lol homeland security ,they were banned from the airports....:)))
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12. quasigeostropic
4:47 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
BTW,the scientific community sees more and more AGW proponents turning into skeptics over the years.....
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11. palmettobug53
4:46 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
I haven't noticed any of those folks in robes and sandals out there yet, with those "The End is Near" signs...
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10. WeatherGuy37
4:44 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
8. outrocket 2:11 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
maybe they will all feel guilty for what it is they think man is doing that nature is and "Jump" then the whole issue goes away before they break us all with carbon credits and make us pay why the world plays...


Nothing like a new taxing mechanism.
9. quasigeostropic
4:42 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
Holland thinks it's likely that the warming caused by manmade greenhouse gases is a major factor in the seasonal shift based on observations of changes in recent decades and the predictions models are making for the changing conditions in the Atlantic basin.

Holland can "think" anything he wants....Climate changes, nothing unusual about that....Bill Gray talks about salinity content in the oceans and how that might have caused the upswing since 1995...There have been studies that also say that "global warming" may cause hurricanes to decrease...The point is NO ONE KNOWS......It's kind of arrogant for people to think than man can ultimately alter hurricanes....
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8. outrocket
2:11 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
maybe they will all feel guilty for what it is they think man is doing that nature is and "Jump" then the whole issue goes away before they break us all with carbon credits and make us pay why the world plays...
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7. seflagamma
2:11 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
Hi Mobal,

rofl...are you causing trouble again???


good morning!!!
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6. Patrap
2:07 PM GMT on July 15, 2008
Hurricane Season Getting Longer Link

Andrea Thompson
Senior Writer
LiveScience.com Mon Jul 14, 12:21 AM ET

Hurricane seasons have been getting longer over the past century and the big storms are coming earlier, LiveScience has learned. The trend has been particularly noticeable since 1995, some climate scientists say.

Further, the area of warm water able to support hurricanes is growing larger over time. The Atlantic Ocean is becoming more hurricane friendly, scientists say, and the shift is likely due to global warming.

"There has been an increase in the seasonal length over the last century," Jay Gulledge, a senior scientist with the Pew Center on Global Climate Change, told LiveScience. "It's pretty striking."

A study Gulledge co-authored with other climate scientists found a five-day increase in season length per decade since 1915.

Hurricane season officially starts June 1, but the first named storm of the 2008 season, Tropical Storm Albert, formed on May 31. The first hurricane of the season, Hurricane Bertha, formed on July 1, reaching hurricane strength on July 7, relatively early in the season for a major storm.

In the last decade, more strong storms have been forming earlier in the season, said hurricane researcher Greg Holland of the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colo.

While this trend hasn't been formally linked to global warming because climate models can't reproduce individual storms, Holland thinks it's likely that the warming caused by manmade greenhouse gases is a major factor in the seasonal shift based on observations of changes in recent decades and the predictions models are making for the changing conditions in the Atlantic basin.

The length of the hurricane season is "one of the potentially big signals" that could change in response to global warming, Holland said.
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5. mobal
1:27 AM GMT on July 15, 2008
From Alabama! that explains alot........
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4. auburn (Mod)
1:19 AM GMT on July 15, 2008
told ya not to tell Mobal!!!
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3. sebastianjer
1:17 AM GMT on July 15, 2008
Auburn's not from Venus, he's from that other planet...Alabama.
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2. mobal
1:07 AM GMT on July 15, 2008
Auburns from Venus ..........LOL!
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1. auburn (Mod)
1:02 AM GMT on July 15, 2008
pssst....Mobal...I am from another planet...but dont tell anyone...K
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