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These super slick boots have antique brass detail and has mid-shaft construction for maximum comfort. It has elastic panels on the sides and features pull-on design for easy on and off. To enhance the level of comfort its sock lining is fully padded. The outsoles is made of sawtooth rubber, the midsole is polyurethane which is very light in weight. The Nike Air technology makes sure that you get the max cozy product. Its heel height in 1 inch, circumference is 12 inches, shaft is 7 inches and it weighs 1 pound and 2 ounces. Its made in following colors: black and camello.


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Using the word "denier" undermines your credibility. It's attempt to silence dissent, which is inherently anti-science, which is permanently open to discussion and debate. The historical correlation between CO2 levels and temps is not tight, and often the CO2 level trails a temperature rise. Regardless, global climate is more complex than CO2. And there is the question of how much influence man's contributions have, and how much we can affect it one way or another. And whether it's worth doing. All of these are open questions, questions which you want to "deny" being asked. The word is appropriate for many, if not most, of the commenters here as well as the authors of this article. Not because I disagree with what they are saying, but because they so often say things that are provably wrong or at least seriously misleading about the science behind climate. A perfect example is your statement that "often the CO2 level trails a temperature rise." This is an argument that has been around for years, but it is also not a knock against AGW theory. CO2 levels trailed the temperature rise in ice core data when the Earth was coming out of glacial maximums (colloquially called ice ages). It did so in those cases because the planet was warming due to changes in its orbit, precession of the axial tilt, or a combination of these. As the globe warmed for these reasons, then CO2 increased in response to that and enhanced the existing warming trend.

You could find that out easily with just a little reading on the topic. Google is your friend. But if you don't have a desire to truly understand the topic scientifically, and instead just want to argue against the other position, then the truth doesn't matter. Only what you can say to reinforce your view in your own mind and those of others matters. Scientists go into science because they want to know the right answer. That requires learning how to put checks against one's own cognitive biases. No one can ever be perfect at that, but people have to at least make an effort if they want to correctly understand and argue over topics subject to facts and evidence.  I suppose you think that they go into it because they want to soak up all that grant money? Granted (ha), researchers that rely on grants, working at universities or nonprofits can make a pretty decent living.  However, the talents they apply to their subjects can often be applied in private industry for even more money. I've talked to more than one professor of physics that advised graduate students that went on to making more than twice as much at they did after getting their Ph.D. My aunt's husband is a chemistry professor that has turned down multiple offers with big pay raises in private industry to continue his love of teaching and pure research.

I would fully expect a medical researcher to be passionate about helping people live longer and healthier lives, an astrophysicist to be passionate about studying the stars and origins of the universe, and materials scientists to be passionate about studying materials that could revolutionize whole industries. Studying climate is important. Read about the developing understanding of El Nino. It was the effects of the changes during El Nino events that drove people to study it. As the article states, polls of climate scientists shows much less certainty than you exude, on important questions about the issue. Do you think all these people want to destroy the earth? Of course not. We question the certainty, the urgency, the magnitude, the likelihood of positive results from the proposed efforts vs the costs involved (cost-benefit analysis), etc. To call such people "deniers" makes you look bad, not us. We're the nuanced ones open to the truth, you're hardcore, black-and-white on an extremely complex subject.


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