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He's not talking about income tax on robots, but some new form of tax, robot tax, that will replace lose of income tax.

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Good! And to which explanation does Occam's razor direct you with regards to the developments in atmospheric CO2 concentrations?

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Income tax is imposed on how much income you have -- not how much your work is worth. So I could be doing $100,000 worth of work each year but if I'm only paid $50,000, then I'm taxed on the ...

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Guest: Real mad
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Well you keep on trying to draw a flawed conclusions from a comparison between low resolution and high resolution data sets, despite the weight of exert advice telling you not to.
Occams razor di...

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body{zoom:96%!important;}It's happening and the time for quibbling is past- time to figure out what we can do to save as much as possible, if anything. We can't wait until the last holdouts a...

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Hahah, save yourself some agony and look up Occam's razor.

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Guest: Real mad
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You just won't be told, will ya. You actually prefer your libtard delusions.

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No, you're very welcome to correct me any time. But neurotically looking for flaws in the datasets which doesn't support your beliefs, and whole heartedly accepting the datasets which does, is...

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Guest: Real mad
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This conversation Bob.
Geddit

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Guest: Real mad
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Are you reading this Bob. I do remember having a conversation recently about libtards not appreciating being corrected, and getting abusive. But the resolution problem of historical proxies is well do...

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(You're the epitome of GIGO, so that concept is not easily forgotten.)
The consentration of atmospheric CO2 is well known for the past 650 000 years from Antarctic ice cores. If you do a stati...

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Of course you could actually read some of the original papers detailing these proxy studies. Remember the climate "scientists" don't actually collect and analyze the samples themselves, ...

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Are you familiar with Occam's Razor?
When you have to make up a bunch of assumptions and pedantic excuses in order to defend your position you are probaly wrong.

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Absolute nonsense Walter, and do you know why?
The Arctic circle has very poor coverage by instrument or satellite, it's has very little land area, and even that is round the edges. What you&#...

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I'm uploading some common sense. 20F is about 1/3 of 20C. 20C above normal is not normal. -25C was expected, -5C was measured in November 2016 over most of the Arctic. LINK

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We've been through this many times before. Either update your ideas, or tell me where I'm wrong and teach me something - otherwise you just sound like a child with learning difficulties.
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Anybody with an ounce of common sense would realise that a alkanoid sedimentary stack of approx 2000 years cut into 20 slices for analysis ain't going to give year by year data.

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This is where you err:
"to anyone interested in ideas rather than populism"
when people have a bad opinion of some politician, they don't care what he has to say.

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Blair is no longer a politician, but he gets a lot of work in the countries that make up the EU. Maybe I'm showing my cynicism if I say he sees his gravy train preparing to leave the station with...

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Shall we try an easier question?
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