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Old 01-05-2011, 08:42 PM   #11
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Default Lolz Global Warming ...

I think it was a Proven fact , That global warming was just a way for certain individuals to make trillions.Some guy that supossibly disappeared into Guatemela or somewhere, was the origion of of all that global warming stood for.. Dont be too deceptive. Its a very gulliable world out there nowadays

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Old 01-05-2011, 08:43 PM   #12
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I think that some of the you tubers need to loosen their tin foil hats.
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Old 01-05-2011, 08:52 PM   #13
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thats the pot calling the kettle black dont ya think?
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Old 01-06-2011, 07:20 AM   #14
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bps fault i say get the birds and the fish some good lawyers and let them sue bp to everybody else is sueing them so why not the birds and the fish
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I remember my earth sciences professor saying that the earth's axis may shift if enough ice melts or breaks off (amongst other causes)... Now there's a thought. Equate it to a tire being out of balance. If the theory is correct, it would cause global weather patterns to change, including ocean currents. That's just one possibility... Now here's food for thought no matter how you slice it. Take a look at the climate changes throughout earth's history and how long each one supposedly took and take a look at how fast climate changes are happening now. Changes are happening pretty quickly these days compared to the days of old, but the changes still take years. For those who don't know; scientists have a pretty good idea of what the earths climate has been for hundreds of thousands of years based on ice and rock core samples taken from all over the planet. So as not to derail too badly, I doubt the oil even plays a small role in the slow down of the current.
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I still think AU wins
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Old 01-07-2011, 02:14 AM   #18
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I remember my earth sciences professor saying that the earth's axis may shift if enough ice melts or breaks off (amongst other causes)...
I'm more worried about the fact that the continents are shifting, albeit at a rate slower than one's fingernail grows. In about 250 million years, Africa is going to smash into Europe while Australia migrates north to merge with Asia. Meanwhile, the Atlantic Ocean will probably widen for a spell before it reverses course and later disappears. About 250 million years ago we had a super continent called Pangea. 250 million years from now, this new continent might be called Pangea Ultima. That ought to really shift the earth's axis.

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Take a look at the climate changes throughout earth's history and how long each one supposedly took and take a look at how fast climate changes are happening now. Changes are happening pretty quickly these days compared to the days of old, but the changes still take years. For those who don't know; scientists have a pretty good idea of what the earths climate has been for hundreds of thousands of years based on ice and rock core samples taken from all over the planet...
The first chart shows Global Temperature and Atmospheric CO2 over Geologic Time. Click on the second chart and you'll see that the global temperature has changed about 0.9 C. The current trend now appears to be that of cooling. I would be curious to see where the readings for the last two decades were taken.

As a matter of fact, a bit of warming might be better for the crops, The regions closer to the poles will have a longer growing season and thus, help alleviate world hunger. Also, the Bering Sea will be free of ice an become navigable year around. That should save a lot of fuel and thus reduce carbon emissions. How's that for a positive spin?
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