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Dana Nuccitelli
Love this exchange! : "in 1982, 7 years before I was even born, Exxon accurately predicted that by this year, 2019, the Earth would hit a CO2 concentration of 415 ppm and a temperature of 1Β°C. Dr. Hoffert, is that correct? Hoffert: "We were excellent scientists!"
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Dana Nuccitelli Oct 24
Replying to @PaulPhi14746758 @AOC
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Dana Nuccitelli Oct 24
Replying to @BluBalzTraveler @AOC
No it's not. You might as well have said 'this dumbass is too young to realize that the moon is made of Swiss cheese.'
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Dana Nuccitelli Oct 24
Replying to @crazybabytcob @AOC
Atmospheric CO2 normally fluctuates between 180 and 280 ppm. We're currently at 410 ppm, trying desperately to limit the rise below 510 ppm, ideally targeting 350 ppm in the very long-term if we find some good ways to pull CO2 out of the atmosphere. Your Tweet is irrelevant.
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Mary Ellen Stumpf Oct 23
Replying to @dana1981 @AOC
😒😒😒😒😒😒
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πŸŒžπŸ––πŸ» Harcourt Fenton Mudd ✌🏻🌞 Oct 23
Replying to @dana1981 @AOC
It’s odd how people really believe it more when we hear it from the ones responsibleβ€”-The confession
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β››Β² Gradient Descent Oct 25
Not that odd - it's harder to insinuate interest driven argumentation if the argumentation is against their own interest.
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gerald zuckier Oct 23
Replying to @dana1981 @AOC
It bears note that as the US took a giant step to the right in the 80s with the Reagan revolution, so did corporate management, including Exxon; so that investigation of AGW which had been relatively responsible was redirected towards maximizing profitability.
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Historian4Justice Oct 24
A worthwhile note. Part of what led to this was Reagan's capital gains tax cut, which led to executives being compensated largely through stock options. All of a sudden, stock valuations became their top priority, rather than the long-term viability of the businesses they ran.
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