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Strategies & Market Trends : Taking Advantage of a Sharply Changing Environment
NRG 74.19-3.2%Jul 24 4:00 PM EDT

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To: 3bar who wrote (6064)6/7/2024 3:39:16 PM
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He got some things right but was wrong in so many ways I wouldn't know where to begin. Very sloppy.
"...mass extinctions seem to have been limited in scope..."
It's either mass or not. Limited in scope is nonsense. It's like 'a little pregnant'. Neanderthals went extinct during an excursion.
And many, many, many more species than the 3 he mentioned.
The spike in radio carbon levels can only be caused by intense solar activity...superflare, micronova. A weak magnetosphere alone couldn't possibly do it.
The claim that "many" excursions didn't affect life at all is utterly false.
There's more. And besides, Astrum is fully on board the AGW propaganda train.
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