54 thoughts on “Monday Message Board

  1. @J-D

    Are you more interested in discovering or learning about truth or most probable truth (where that is possible) or are you interested in winning ludicrous debating points by egregiously specious reasoning? I certainly have my opinion on that point. Occasionally, I delude myself into believing you care about objective truths but I am almost always disappointed. That’s my last comment to you on this thread.

  2. @Ikonoclast

    And it’s a comment which is not calculated to learn about truth or most probable truth, but it is a comment which is calculated to win a ludicrous debating point by egregiously specious reasoning.

  3. On the observation that this year News Limited is changing its climate change position, today The Herald Sun has a good all piece on the effects of climate change on children around the world and the upcoming climate change talks in Paris.

    “Almost 690 million of the world’s 2.3 billion children live in areas most exposed to climate change, facing higher rates of death, poverty and disease from global warming, UNICEF said yesterday. Nearly 530 million children live in countries hardest hit by high floods and tropical storms, mostly in Asia.

    The most urgent task is for world governments to agree on curbing greenhouse gas emissions, said Mr Rees, but action is also needed on the national level to deal with the impact.”

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