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  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    Ideologues (of any stripe) amuse me the most; they are always so sure their preconceptions are the only truth!
    Jul 31, 2015. 11:52 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia: Back On Track [View article]
    And to maximise his own bonuses, one of the strangest clauses ever! It didn't help him when he went back to MS! I wonder what he's doing now?
    Jul 31, 2015. 11:36 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Nokia unveils the Ozo virtual reality camera [View news story]
    Re: "...recordings don't need to be digitally stitched together before their viewed." Their viewed what?
    Jul 31, 2015. 09:31 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry -4.9%; Chen talks turnaround, potential smartphone pullback [View news story]
    A2, are you referring to mental health "patients"?
    Jul 31, 2015. 08:47 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    Very interesting F1; which science fiction book did you get that from, or, no wait, you found this on the internet, right?
    Jul 31, 2015. 08:43 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    I agree with your sentiment, e4, but let's not forget that the biggest source of radiation (by far) to which humans are exposed is, "big yellow thing in sky"! Would you care to try living without it?
    Jul 31, 2015. 08:40 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    A little knowledge can indeed be a dangerous thing, ind! Yes we breath out CO2, having broken down the carbohydrates we eat, produced by plants using captured energy from the sun, to bind atmospheric CO2 into a digestible form. It's a closed cycle, with zero net contribution to climate change.
    Jul 31, 2015. 08:36 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    H, Al Gore buys his electricity from renewable sources (for one thing) and pays extra to do so! OK, he still uses much more than he should, but that's a lifestyle issue, isn't it? I doubt he's ever struggled to remain solvent at the end of each month...
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:52 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    B_oh, you remind me of the women who stated: "I'm an American, and nobody is going to tell me what I can drive!". My immediate thought was, "Hey, we breath the same atmosphere [dog of female persuasion]!" so you'll understand why I like your dome solution...
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:45 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    No, f, he didn't, but if your grandchildren live in coastal cities, they could well live to see it! Is that what you want for them?
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:42 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    I don't know about it being a fraud, C0, but what we've done to our ecosystem should certainly be a jailable offence!
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:40 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    Good point, k, but actually, overpopulation is both the most serious, and most easily dealt with, aspect of the problem. Reduce it by 90% (preferably by non-violent means) and maybe there'd be a chance of saving the race (but don't hold your breath...)!
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    Don't be ridiculous, INC; the thin onion skin of breathable atmosphere around our planet is very finite, and for more than two centuries now we've been chocking it with our industrial output, on top of the burning of fossil fuels and forests that have been going on since prehistory; of course we've changed it, or did you imagine that there's some supreme being who comes along every so often and gives it a spring clean, bundles the pollution up in his cosmic trash bag and says, "Never mind lads, I'll get rid of this, so you just carry on as you do!"?

    Yes, climate change is ever present, but we've made it worse, and if we don't reverse this process, any descendants of yours will live in an environment that will give "Nasty, brutish and short" a whole new meaning.

    I love your "Could we afford it?" comment; do you really think ever increasing profit is more important than survival? Let me remind you that we are already collectively richer than ever before, but by far the majority of the populations get little or no benefit from it, so what is the point of producing ever more? I suggest you try thinking these things through before you gratuitously belittle others, more mature and responsible than yourself!
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:29 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • U.S. companies to invest $140B in support of U.N. climate change deal [View news story]
    TLS, the Super Volcano you refer to is only an immediate threat to the north and western United States. To be sure, there will be World wide repercussions, but ultimately, the rest of the World may benefit...
    Jul 29, 2015. 11:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • BlackBerry: Not There Yet [View article]
    Dream on, m; the new better battery technology has been "just around the corner" since Hailey's "Wheels", which was published in nineteen seventy something! Peter Theil is right; scientific or technical breakthroughs outside of computing have practically ground to a halt (but the hot air keeps on expanding...)!
    Jul 29, 2015. 09:42 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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