donnie86dc

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 4 weeks, 1 day ago

    Dan #15

    I have not read you reply as it has been removed by the moderators (I suppose from the successive comments). However, thank you for the links and for the list of references that you provided.

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 1 month ago

    phil rimmer #11
    Sep 19, 2017 at 8:39 pm
    Donnie there is a comment for you but seemingly in the spam filter…

    Uh, is there a way to read it? I do not see it anywhere!

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 1 month ago

    @phil rimmer – look, dude, I am italian and I can tell you that even though we do not see it as a Chinese hoax, we take what climatologists say as nonsense. Because “scientists have always predicted the end of the world and nothing so far has happened”. Typical way to say that we do not care about climate changing. I see not difference in the…[Read more]

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 1 month ago

    What is lacking here, is the “faith” in the honesty of the people that work on climate and on science in general. That’s the point. If you doubt the “purpose”, the honesty of those people you do not believe the information they provide. And thus you seek new information, probably information that suits better your view of the world: creationism,…[Read more]

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 2 months, 1 week ago

    Can I say that this is stupidity on a level never seen before?

    This is stupidity on a level never seen before.

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    “Ms. Milligan said that she had interviewed the cardinal’s accusers for more than a year and that the accusations covered several decades.”

    The Church is just a remnant of an ancient institution, something that we do not need anymore: it does not provide moral guidance (it has never done so) and it does not help fighting the plagues of our t…[Read more]

  • donnie86dc posted a new activity comment 1 year, 6 months ago

    I lived my childhood between the ’80s and the first ’90s, the best period of my life, full of games with my friends among the streets of the town where I lived. We played everyday during summer, we had no pc, no internet, no Play Station, no mobile phone. We interacted a lot during spring-summer, had lots and lots of quarrels: I can say we grew…[Read more]

  • Best wishes to you for a full recovery, Richard.

    Donato