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The amount of bs in this thread is causing climate change. 

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On 12/16/2018 at 8:47 AM, XRP-JAG said:

I don’t think the full 156 page ‘Paris Rulebook’ is yet available.

I’ve got a draft version (133 pages). Not seen anything crypto related in there as yet:

https://unfccc.int/sites/default/files/resource/Informal Compilation_proposal by the President_rev.pdf

Hmmm. I've just searched that document for the following words:-

bitcoin

crytocurrency

XRP

Ripple

Proof of work

fintech

financial

 

This took me about 3-4 mins.

The only thing that got any proper hits was 92 instances of the word 'financial'. None of them were relevant to crypto.

Ah well, another dead end!

Of course, the other 22 pages are probably jam packed with anti-bitcoin talk. ;)

 

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1 hour ago, djdhrubs said:

To help manage new found extreme wealth or to help with poverty?

poverty of course...unless you are on drugs like some fellows out there.

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2 hours ago, KarlHungus said:

Year’ almost over, I hope everyone has made arrangements with their financial advisors.

My financial advisor is weird.  Back in March I told him, "bi*** get ready for the next years tax filing. I have to file my crypto millions and you better save me some money, fool." Called him at Thanksgiving to tell him happy holiday and he started swearing and yelling at me. I was like, speechless. Very weird guy... 

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8 hours ago, djdhrubs said:

Hmmm. I've just searched that document for the following words:-

bitcoin

crytocurrency

XRP

Ripple

Proof of work

fintech

financial

 

This took me about 3-4 mins.

The only thing that got any proper hits was 92 instances of the word 'financial'. None of them were relevant to crypto.

Ah well, another dead end!

Of course, the other 22 pages are probably jam packed with anti-bitcoin talk. ;)

 

It has abstracted language and it’s mostly about financing. These tweets are the kind of thing I’m talking about and they may be referenced in the Paris doc but we don’t know because everything is referenced from another document.

 

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1 hour ago, ImTheRippler said:

Like imagine being so full of yourself you read this PDF and conclude you know exactly what the **** it does or doesn’t mean 😂

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I actually think you are psychologically delusional. 

 

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3 minutes ago, Qasim_786 said:

I actually think you are psychologically delusional. 

 

Ok then tell us all about the decisions referenced by 1/CP.21 1/CP.24 1/CMA.1 1/CMA.2 6/CP.1 6/CP.2 25/CP.7 5/CP.13 12/CP.20 and the other 15 abbreviations?

I’ll wait, since you know all about them shouldn’t take long.

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48 minutes ago, ImTheRippler said:

Ok then tell us all about the decisions referenced by 1/CP.21 1/CP.24 1/CMA.1 1/CMA.2 6/CP.1 6/CP.2 25/CP.7 5/CP.13 12/CP.20 and the other 15 abbreviations?

I’ll wait, since you know all about them shouldn’t take long.

Like I said, delusional. You have taken an international agreement on climate change that references crypto (let alone xrp) in zero ways. And then you have tried to make a connection by saying that if something is not exclusively excluded it is therefore implied. 

By that logic, I will reference the above points to say the Earth is flat. As it has not be disproven by the document above.

Its actually hilarious that you are able to convince yourself of this bs. 

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52 minutes ago, ImTheRippler said:

Ok then tell us all about the decisions referenced by 1/CP.21 1/CP.24 1/CMA.1 1/CMA.2 6/CP.1 6/CP.2 25/CP.7 5/CP.13 12/CP.20 and the other 15 abbreviations?

I’ll wait, since you know all about them shouldn’t take long.

Ok Below is the decisions subtopic from the CP.21 section alone. What in there has anything to do with xrp or crypto in general. I’ll wait.

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reducing emissions to 40 gigatonnes or to 1.5  ̊C above pre-industrial levels by reducing to a level to be identified in the special report referred to in paragraph 21 below;
18. Also notes, in this context, the adaptation needs expressed by many developing country Parties in their intended nationally determined contributions;
19. Requests the secretariat to update the synthesis report referred to in paragraph 16 above so as to cover all the information in the intended nationally determined contributions communicated by Parties pursuant to decision 1/CP.20 by 4 April 2016 and to make it available by 2 May 2016;
20. Decides to convene a facilitative dialogue among Parties in 2018 to take stock of the collective efforts of Parties in relation to progress towards the long-term goal referred to in Article 4, paragraph 1, of the Agreement and to inform the preparation of nationally determined contributions pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 8, of the Agreement;
21. Invites the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to provide a special report in 2018 on the impacts of global warming of 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels and related global greenhouse gas emission pathways;
III. DECISIONS TO GIVE EFFECT TO THE AGREEMENT
22. Invites Parties to communicate their first nationally determined contribution no later than when the Party submits its respective instrument of ratification, accession, or approval of the Paris Agreement. If a Party has communicated an intended nationally determined contribution prior to joining the Agreement, that Party shall be considered to have satisfied this provision unless that Party decides otherwise;
23. Urges those Parties whose intended nationally determined contribution pursuant to decision 1/CP.20 contains a time frame up to 2025 to communicate by 2020 a new nationally determined contribution and to do so every five years thereafter pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 9, of the Agreement;
24. Requests those Parties whose intended nationally determined contribution pursuant to decision 1/CP.20 contains a time frame up to 2030 to communicate or update by 2020 these contributions and to do so every five years thereafter pursuant to Article 4, paragraph 9, of the Agreement;
25. Decides that Parties shall submit to the secretariat their nationally determined contributions referred to in Article 4 of the Agreement at least 9 to 12 months in advance of the relevant meeting of the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement with a view to facilitating the clarity, transparency and understanding of these contributions, including through a synthesis report prepared by the secretariat;
26. Requests the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement to develop further guidance on features of the nationally determined contributions for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session;
27. Agrees that the information to be provided by Parties communicating their nationally determined contributions, in order to facilitate clarity, transparency and understanding, may include, as appropriate, inter alia, quantifiable information on the reference point (including, as appropriate, a base year), time frames and/or periods for implementation, scope and coverage, planning processes, assumptions and methodological approaches including those for estimating and accounting for anthropogenic greenhouse gas
emissions and, as appropriate, removals, and how the Party considers that its nationally determined contribution is fair and ambitious, in the light of its national circumstances, and how it contributes towards achieving the objective of the Convention as set out in its Article 2;
28. Requests the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement to develop further guidance for the information to be provided by Parties in order to facilitate clarity, transparency and understanding of nationally determined contributions for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session;
29. Also requests the Subsidiary Body for Implementation to develop modalities and procedures for the operation and use of the public registry referred to in Article 4, paragraph 12, of the Agreement, for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session;
30. Further requests the secretariat to make available an interim public registry in the first half of 2016 for the recording of nationally determined contributions submitted in accordance with Article 4 of the Agreement, pending the adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement of the modalities and procedures referred to in paragraph 29 above;
31. Requests the Ad Hoc Working Group on the Paris Agreement to elaborate, drawing from approaches established under the Convention and its related legal instruments as appropriate, guidance for accounting for Parties’ nationally determined contributions, as referred to in Article 4, paragraph 13, of the Agreement, for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session, which ensures that:
(a) Parties account for anthropogenic emissions and removals in accordance with methodologies and common metrics assessed by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and adopted by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement;
(b) Parties ensure methodological consistency, including on baselines, between the communication and implementation of nationally determined contributions;
(c) Parties strive to include all categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals in their nationally determined contributions and, once a source, sink or activity is included, continue to include it;
(d) Parties shall provide an explanation of why any categories of anthropogenic emissions or removals are excluded;
32. Decides that Parties shall apply the guidance mentioned in paragraph 31 above to the second and subsequent nationally determined contributions and that Parties may elect to apply such guidance to their first nationally determined contribution;
33. Also decides that the Forum on the Impact of the Implementation of response measures, under the subsidiary bodies, shall continue, and shall serve the Agreement;
34. Further decides that the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice and the Subsidiary Body for Implementation shall recommend, for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session, the modalities, work programme and functions of the Forum on the Impact of the Implementation of response measures to address the effects of the implementation of response measures under the Agreement by enhancing cooperation amongst Parties on understanding the impacts of mitigation actions under the Agreement
FCCC/CP/2015/L.9/Rev.1
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FCCC/CP/2015/L.9/Rev.1
 and the exchange of information, experiences, and best practices amongst Parties to raise their resilience to these impacts;*
36. Invites Parties to communicate, by 2020, to the secretariat mid-century, long-term low greenhouse gas emission development strategies in accordance with Article 4, paragraph 19, of the Agreement, and requests the secretariat to publish on the UNFCCC website Parties’ low greenhouse gas emission development strategies as communicated;
37. Requests the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice to develop and recommend the guidance referred to under Article 6, paragraph 2, of the Agreement for adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session, including guidance to ensure that double counting is avoided on the basis of a corresponding adjustment by Parties for both anthropogenic emissions by sources and removals by sinks covered by their nationally determined contributions under the Agreement;
38. Recommends that the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement adopt rules, modalities and procedures for the mechanism established by Article 6, paragraph 4, of the Agreement on the basis of:
(a) Voluntary participation authorized by each Party involved;
(b) Real, measurable, and long-term benefits related to the mitigation of climate
change;
(c) Specific scopes of activities;
(d) Reductions in emissions that are additional to any that would otherwise occur;
(e) Verification and certification of emission reductions resulting from mitigation activities by designated operational entities;
(f) Experience gained with and lessons learned from existing mechanisms and approaches adopted under the Convention and its related legal instruments;
39. Requests the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice to develop and recommend rules, modalities and procedures for the mechanism referred to in paragraph 38 above for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session;
40. Also requests the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice to undertake a work programme under the framework for non-market approaches to sustainable development referred to in Article 6, paragraph 8, of the Agreement, with the objective of considering how to enhance linkages and create synergy between, inter alia, mitigation, adaptation, finance, technology transfer and capacity-building, and how to facilitate the implementation and coordination of non-market approaches;
41. Further requests the Subsidiary Body for Scientific and Technological Advice to recommend a draft decision on the work programme referred to in paragraph 40 above, taking into account the views of Parties, for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session;
ADAPTATION
* Paragraph 35 has been deleted, and subsequent paragraph numbering and cross references to other paragraphs within the document will be amended at a later stage.
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42. Requests the Adaptation Committee and the Least Developed Countries Expert Group to jointly develop modalities to recognize the adaptation efforts of developing country Parties, as referred to in Article 7, paragraph 3, of the Agreement, and make recommendations for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session;
43. Also requests the Adaptation Committee, taking into account its mandate and its second three-year workplan, and with a view to preparing recommendations for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session:
(a) To review, in 2017, the work of adaptation-related institutional arrangements under the Convention, with a view to identifying ways to enhance the coherence of their work, as appropriate, in order to respond adequately to the needs of Parties;
(b) To consider methodologies for assessing adaptation needs with a view to assisting developing countries, without placing an undue burden on them;
44. Invites all relevant United Nations agencies and international, regional and national financial institutions to provide information to Parties through the secretariat on how their development assistance and climate finance programmes incorporate climate-proofing and climate resilience measures;
45. Requests Parties to strengthen regional cooperation on adaptation where appropriate and, where necessary, establish regional centres and networks, in particular in developing countries, taking into account decision 1/CP.16, paragraph 13;
46. Also requests the Adaptation Committee and the Least Developed Countries Expert Group, in collaboration with the Standing Committee on Finance and other relevant institutions, to develop methodologies, and make recommendations for consideration and adoption by the Conference of the Parties serving as the meeting of the Parties to the Paris Agreement at its first session on:
(a) Taking the necessary steps to facilitate the mobilization of support for adaptation in developing countries in the context of the limit to global average temperature increase referred to in Article 2 of the Agreement;
(b) Reviewing the adequacy and effectiveness of adaptation and support referred to in Article 7, paragraph 14(c), of the Agreement;
47. Further requests the Green Climate Fund to expedite support for the least developed countries and other developing country Parties for the formulation of national adaptation plans, consistent with decisions 1/CP.16 and 5/CP.17, and for the subsequent implementation of policies, projects and programmes identified by them;

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