Just to catch up on a few of the recent posts:
1. The Czar is correct in his discourse on the landlocked ice. This is an opportune time for me to expose something that bothers me in the modern day debates: each side (right/left, conservative/liberal, etc.) tends to use sly debate tactics by generalizing or providing vague definitions in order to advance one’s side of the argument. This is exactly why I focused on “the Arctic Ocean ice” which is floating ice. The Czar does an excellent job taking this to the next analytical step with the landlocked ice and the amount of warming needed (which just isn’t happening). Finally, it plainly is fear mongering which is the weakest and worst of all debate tactics, especially in public forums such as the one with which Mr. Chu was involved.
2. I wouldn’t be surprised if Gravitational models need adjustment or better understanding. Clearly we don’t understand a great deal about the universe and it’s workings. As pointed out repeatedly by various Gormogons, we can’t even accurately predict the weather in short time spans (hours, days), our climate models can’t come close to the complexity needed and there are forces, particles and behaviors in the subatomic region that we don’t clearly understand. Sure, we’re making steps towards it, with things like the Super Collider in Europe but to have the audacity to make the leap from the limited data and facts as we understand them to a disasterous future is moronic.
3. The Czar makes a reference to the Anarctic Ice growing (which it is) but those in favor of the greenhouse gases causing global warming theories are theorizing (albeit in a more conclusionatory manner) that the ozone layer “healing” is the reason. Now, we’ve already covered the fact that a study was recently released showing a direct corollary between cosmic radiation levels and the ozone layer. While not conclusive, it definitely casts a shadow of a doubt on the whole CFCs depleating the ozone layer theory. Again, the climate is much more complex than these people are making it seem.
GorT is an eight-foot-tall robot from the 51ˢᵗ Century who routinely time-travels to steal expensive technology from the future and return it to the past for retroinvention. The profits from this pay all the Gormogons’ bills, including subsidizing this website. Some of the products he has introduced from the future include oven mitts, the Guinness widget, Oxy-Clean, and Dr. Pepper. Due to his immense cybernetic brain, GorT is able to produce a post in 0.023 seconds and research it in even less time. Only ’Puter spends less time on research. GorT speaks entirely in zeros and ones, but occasionally throws in a ڭ to annoy the Volgi. He is a massive proponent of science, technology, and energy development, and enjoys nothing more than taking the Czar’s more interesting scientific theories, going into the past, publishing them as his own, and then returning to take credit for them. He is the only Gormogon who is capable of doing math. Possessed of incredible strength, he understands the awesome responsibility that follows and only uses it to hurt people.