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Gov. Phil Murphy is heading to California for a quick trip to discuss climate change.

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If this isn't hypocrisy and wasting taxpayer dollars I don't know what is.   All the carbon emissions to fly to CA for 2 days to discuss carbon emissions.  It doesn't get any more silly than the fool in the governor's mansion and his media sycophants say nothing.   

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6 minutes ago, stratocaster said:

If this isn't hypocrisy and wasting taxpayer dollars I don't know what is.   All the carbon emissions to fly to CA for 2 days to discuss carbon emissions.  It doesn't get any more silly than the fool in the governor's mansion and his media sycophants say nothing.   

And they will blame President Trump for it too.

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i worry less about what it is costing tax payers for this trip and more about what nonsense  he is going to impose on the State of NJ. all this green living stuff isn't all it's suppose to be it's expensive and doesn't always work....

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Just like electric cars are “green energy”. “Better for the environment “. Yeah. The idiots who buy them don’t think about the carbon emissions it took to make the batteries for the car. It’s like twice that of the life of gas or diesel vehicle would pollute. 

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Maybe Murphy is going to California to dicuss why the Anastazi civilization mysterious disappears form the American Southwest. Climate change 100s of years ago without pollution????

Why did they leave? It is impossible to find a single cause that can explain it, but there appear to be several that contributed. First, the climate during the Pueblo III period was somewhat unstable with erratic rainfall patterns and periods of drought. This weather problem climaxed with a thirty-year drought starting about 1270 that coincided with a cooling trend that significantly shortened the growing season. Perhaps the expanding population had pressed the limits of the land's capacity to support the people so that they were unable to survive the climatic upheavals of the thirteenth century. 

Could they have been driven out by nomadic tribes, such as Utes or Navajos? There is no direct evidence that either group, or any other like them, was in the area that early. There is mounting evidence, however, that the Numic-speaking peoples, of whom the Utes and Paiutes are part, had spread northwestward out of southwestern Nevada and were in contact with the Pueblo-like peoples of western Utah by A.D. 1200. It is certainly possible that they were in San Juan County shortly after that. Ute and Paiute sites are very difficult to distinguish from Anasazi campsites, and we may not be recognizing them. Navajos were in northwestern New Mexico by 1500, but we do not know where they were before that. Perhaps the answer to the Anasazis' departure from Utah lies in a combination of the bad-climate and the arriving-nomads theories.

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13 minutes ago, Batsto said:

Maybe Murphy is going to California to dicuss why the Anastazi civilization mysterious disappears form the American Southwest. Climate change 100s of years ago without pollution????

Why did they leave? It is impossible to find a single cause that can explain it, but there appear to be several that contributed. First, the climate during the Pueblo III period was somewhat unstable with erratic rainfall patterns and periods of drought. This weather problem climaxed with a thirty-year drought starting about 1270 that coincided with a cooling trend that significantly shortened the growing season. Perhaps the expanding population had pressed the limits of the land's capacity to support the people so that they were unable to survive the climatic upheavals of the thirteenth century. 

Could they have been driven out by nomadic tribes, such as Utes or Navajos? There is no direct evidence that either group, or any other like them, was in the area that early. There is mounting evidence, however, that the Numic-speaking peoples, of whom the Utes and Paiutes are part, had spread northwestward out of southwestern Nevada and were in contact with the Pueblo-like peoples of western Utah by A.D. 1200. It is certainly possible that they were in San Juan County shortly after that. Ute and Paiute sites are very difficult to distinguish from Anasazi campsites, and we may not be recognizing them. Navajos were in northwestern New Mexico by 1500, but we do not know where they were before that. Perhaps the answer to the Anasazis' departure from Utah lies in a combination of the bad-climate and the arriving-nomads theories.

No, a leader like Murphy took charge and they all ran for the hills before losing everything.

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Its all about money and politics, not the environment.   Neither CA nor NJ can make it on renewables alone, and they know it, despite their posturing.  They are both big importers of power, and surrounding states are not going to pave over with solar panels and windmills for NJ's benefit.  Soon as NJ is back into RGGI, electric rates go up and Murph's slush fund grows.  Wish Murph cared even half as much about NJ taxpayers/ratepayers as he does about illegal aliens and climate change. 

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New Jersey along with several other "blue states" have agreed to implement the Paris Agreement.

http://www.nj.com/news/index.ssf/2018/02/nj_just_joined_a_coalition_to_uphold_climate_accor.html

 

The Paris Agreement is a set of plans and arrangements composed by foreign body (United Nations) that binds the states involved into a set of lofty goals that further entrench us into the cult of climate change:

http://unfccc.int/files/essential_background/convention/application/pdf/english_paris_agreement.pdf

 

The result will extract resources from energy producers and consumers, using the money to buy chinese-made solar panels. 

Unsightly and horribly inefficient windmill farms will become common.

Fuel and heating costs will rise continuously and significantly.

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, Liv2huntnfish123 said:

Just like electric cars are “green energy”. “Better for the environment “. Yeah. The idiots who buy them don’t think about the carbon emissions it took to make the batteries for the car. It’s like twice that of the life of gas or diesel vehicle would pollute. 

:offtopic: How was the Elect? produced to Charge the battery.  Not to Leave out the Biggest issue Recycling the Dead Batteries. 

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With all his drawbacks saw where he met and is Supporting -Expanding  Apprenticeships in the Union Build trades to proved better-paying Jobs.  He turned to the unions since the training they get is not being provided in NJ School systems or non-existing. As far as any Pain from what he has done has blown over so far.  Just hope he does not get caught in a Snow Storm of BS to bring home.        Get out Vote Republican Local National.   

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7 hours ago, 1563621 said:

Maybe the asshole will stay there!

Let’s be careful what we wish for. Next in line maybe even screwier; Sheila Oliver the Lt. Gov.....

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