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Growth through ‘imagination’

January 5, 2014

I never played “wedding” as a child; my Barbie dolls were always single novelists living in the city, and I was appalled when my favorite Disney character — Ariel from The Little Mermaid — left her......

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floridachas

Jan-10-14 10:30 PM

Sarah, you're blessed a wonderful imagination! We need people like you who think out of the box. Your mom and aunt will tell you that I've never really been an "in the box thinker" myself and I think it's rubbed off on Charlie the most. Keep up the good work, I love reading your column. Also I really like the earth based spirituality Wicca has to offer.

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floridachas

Jan-10-14 10:29 PM

Sarah, you're blessed a wonderful imagination! We need people like you who think out of the box. That's how I raised the boys. Your mom and aunt will tell you that I've never really been an "in the box thinker" myself and I think it's rubbed off on Charlie the most. Keep up the good work, I love reading your column. Also I really like the earth based spirituality Wicca has to offer.

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DKexpat

Jan-09-14 4:46 PM

Sarah, you getting all this? Taking notes? :-)

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CadeFoster

Jan-07-14 10:42 PM

now go back and copy one of your post about how you mentioned eoinstein as you call him per your last post. like let say just one day ago. I did this to you once before and you never proved your qoute. Prove this one!

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CadeFoster

Jan-07-14 10:37 PM

Gezz, come on, On average the same amount of water goes up as vapor and come down as rain in the atmosphere everyear. You cant have more volume go up than comes down on average or a year, it goes up, gets to a saturation point and comes down. Simple, and fast. Co2 does not go up and come down fast and simple it builds up. So tell me how Co2 builds up then rains down. It last longer in the atmosphere. Up simplily can not put more than 100 % water in the atmosphere, it falls as rain.

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Steiner

Jan-07-14 8:46 AM

cade, I have mentioned the air glow layer, essential to thunderstorms. i have mentioned the discussions between bohr and eoinstein again and agian. Ignored by you. All of this points to a cosmic origin of the weather. but that is beyond the grasp of many, certainly liberals. cade, your sunk face it. no amount of parroting by you can save it. the libs are wrong on this like they were on the civil war, klan, jim crow, income tax, new deal and even christopher says education. after all that we are supposed to believe liberals ? Are you nuts ?

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Steiner

Jan-07-14 8:43 AM

hey cade, you said look at all the scientists who say climate change is real. I then pointed out that the scientists were against the jet engine and Frank whittle, You then said percivere ! I am trying to percivere like whittle against this monstrous deception put forth by the liberals. Libs have a history of deception, right till this day ! You can keep your plan they said. the amount of water cant be constant as the solar energy is not, it varies almost every day. we call it the seasons. cade, face it i do science. You parrot. My stuff sold into the low hundred of millions, you parrot, i saved 10,000 lives , you parrot. get the picture cade ? its hard to talk to ignorant people like a liberal. we have not heard from judeye in awhile.

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Steiner

Jan-07-14 8:35 AM

hey cade, you are wrong again. water is never in the air at constant levels. it is always changing. cade, you just cant accept an analytical chemists position on this. co2 is transparent to heat, something the libs are overlooking. you theory sinks on that alone. Cade, even at 4% water in the air, that is 100 times greater than the co2 level. the co2 is overwhelmed by the small amount of water ,let alone at 75% in the summer, in the tropics. Cade, no matter how you cut it, the libs are wrong on this.i am not a scientist, how you liberals attack the messenger. i have run at least 20,000 infra red scans in my carreer. All repeatable. they have been since the get go. There has been no switcheroo like the libs from global cooling, to warming, to climate change. they are getting desperate, like you cade.

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 12:50 PM

Done

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 12:50 PM

i am sorry Stienr i thought you were a scientist, guess I was wrong. Water has and will be in the atmosphere at constant levels. CO2 not............. "the IPCC calculated the “radiative forcing” (RF) of each climate driver—in other words, the net increase (or decrease) in the amount of energy reaching Earth’s surface attributable to that climate driver. Positive RF values represent average surface warming and negative values represent average surface cooling. CO2 has the highest positive RF of all the human-influenced climate drivers compared by the ICPP." yes this is a copy of a scientific web site. Enjoy. Civil War buy out you say, what liberals spending more money that you cry about everyday here for years about ?

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Steiner

Jan-06-14 12:09 PM

cade,let me make it simple for you. Co 2 hangs around you say. Water is always in the atmoshere. even at 4% humidity, this is 100 times the level of co2 in the air.CO2 is transparent to heat, it lets it in or out. One cannot say that about water. It absorbs and then does not let it out. Dont ya have a hot water tank cade ? Did you never boil water ? hey cade,what about the civil war, you called that a just cause. A better one would be to have let the govt just buy the democrats slaves out. they did this in britain. it saved a war and a huge loss of life we saw in the states. So you are saying a war is better than a simple buyout ? Do the climate scientists say this or what ?

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Steiner

Jan-06-14 11:54 AM

cade, by your logic, we would not go to a hospital because 100,000 deaths happen due to malpractice. By your logic, we would never drill a well, even a water one cuz it might contaminate something. windmills kill birds cade, yet the libs are silent on that. volcanos, you told me in another post that to compare volacnos to man made pollution was in error.But you just did. Cade,do you read your posts at all ?

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Steiner

Jan-06-14 11:50 AM

cade, you sunk yourself again heat trapping vs heat absorbing. this is where water trumps co2 on any of your crazy machinations. water holds heat. Water traps heat. I guess you did not understand what happens in the sky when it is just a little cloudy or a lot. On a clear night , the temperature plummets. Where is your co2 effect now cade ? only in your machinations. You are like obama, you can keep your policy he said. When that did not happen, he aid he did not mean what he said. Just like you cade.cade, you are slippery like clinton. You just cant be pineed down and refuse to see the facts.

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 11:40 AM

The AP found that Pennsylvania received 398 complaints in 2013 alleging that oil or natural gas drilling polluted or otherwise affected private water wells, compared with 499 in 2012. The Pennsylvania complaints can include allegations of short-term diminished water flow, as well as pollution from stray gas or other substances. More than 100 cases of pollution were confirmed over the past five years.

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joew

Jan-06-14 10:12 AM

I agree DK,I usually read her column just before the comics to get in the mood. By the way that global warming is really screwing up the visibility here today.

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DKexpat

Jan-06-14 10:00 AM

COsnooze aside, although I rarely agree with Ms. Schwab’s points of view, I do enjoy reading them.

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 9:33 AM

I told Steiner about this 2 days ago, people disagreed with me. Thats fine with me. here is a headline from Yahoo today "Supervolcano Eruption Large Enough 'To Destroy Civilization' More Likely Than First Thought"

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 9:17 AM

my qoute from MY earlier post that Steiner can not compehend "CO2 sticks around. CO2 remains in the atmosphere longer than the other major heat-trapping gases emitted as a result of human activities."..... as I post many time "heat trapping, not heat absorbing" It limits the amount of heat dissipating out of the atmosphere. It reflects and retains it in the atmoshere. not in the CO2 itself. A window is comparable,like a GREENHOUSE it takes in light and heat but does not hold all the light and heat. A greenhouse holds limits the loss of heat. SO does CO2.

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Steiner

Jan-06-14 9:13 AM

cade, bush had reams of documents showing that there wrre weapons of mass destructuion in Iraq. i say again and you miss it. the weather is not driven by co2, heat as is commonly known. it looks like it, but it aint true. even PBS said that a certain small percentage of forecasts are always wrong. yet the weather people insist hey have it all correct. If electricians thought like that the libs would be in a howl. engineers know all the time what will happen in the electric world.

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Steiner

Jan-06-14 9:10 AM

cade, ch 4 is ok, but PBS bad ?contaminated well water, hmm. thousands die of car crashes and medical malpractice every year. we dont ban cars , doctors or hospitals do we ? cade, keep trying. remember you bought my stuff in the store and i have saved 10,000 lives. all without a liberal to help.

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 9:07 AM

All my bigger posts on CO2 are off Scientific web pages and blogs. Steiner you should look at a few, then send those 1000s of websites a fanatical letter on how all them are wrong accord to who watches PBS. By the way they just had a god episode on the Science channel, show how the decline in glaciers is directly related to the growth of mankid. The show in "How the Earth Works" the episode is Episode 7 and named "Ice Age or*****Fire". I urge all who are read this to watch it. Mostly the little scientic Steiner.

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Steiner

Jan-06-14 9:07 AM

cae you are confused on co2. first you say it does not trap heat, then you say it does and even stays longer in the atmosphere.improve efficiencies you say. well electric motors are about as efficient as you can make them. solar panels too. you say proof abuut iraq war. hmm everyone believed there were weapons of mass dstruction,. It was your beloved consensu cade, wrong as usual. Cade, you keep on contradicting yoursekf over and over. Are you this stupid on purpose ? The energy in sunlight is diffuse. So is wind. Across a large area there iiis a lot of energy, but you missed my post on how many windmills and solar panels to offset the dunkirk plant. thousands of wind mills and thousands of acres of solar panels. even of solar was 100 % efficient, it would still be thousands of acres. please stop contradicting yourself cade. you look stupid.

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 9:00 AM

Fracking-- 200 people complaine of contaminated well water. LOL now what Steiner are the home owners all 200 of them wrong ,lol. channel 4 news.

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 8:56 AM

Progress will improve efficiencies Stienrer I told you that, like the when man went from steam engines to gasoline engines then diesel engines and then better fuel consumption to better light bulbs that give out the same lumens with less power consumption. BUT you totally dont not believe in the future do you? YOU are as "you" say a super scientist constantly trying to invent new and better things? If you do not know i will tell you ....It is to improve mankind. So figure out what you believe in. PROGRESS or your BIG HEADED EGO !

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CadeFoster

Jan-06-14 8:47 AM

Steiner once again ... word comprehention..........CO2 in a the atoms (if you know what that means ) do not retain heat, but they do reflect heat. DO YOU UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE !!!!!!!!!

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