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Old 06-23-2011, 10:35 PM   #21
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I thought this was an interesting read.
http://petesplace-peter.blogspot.com...n-dioxide.html
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Old 06-23-2011, 11:06 PM   #22
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iam sure the many volcanoes erupting right now does not help with the emissions
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Old 06-23-2011, 11:11 PM   #23
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Instant global media = more perceived disasters around the world.

Just 10-12,000 years ago the Earth was in a full blown ice age. Warm Sunny Florida was cold and wolly mammoths roamed down here. That wasnt that long ago, heck people where here killing them.

The Earth changes. To say that humans in just the last last 200 years or so since the Industrial Revolution have had such a great impact on this giant rock we live on is pretty conceited dont you think?

does not mention this in the bible makes u think whos right bible/science Jesus was what supposed to be around 2000 years ago.. also in the last 200 years we have almost covered the planet so i would say yes its possible we could have a great deal of a impact on the planet or it could just be a natural
cycle of the planet just had a 7.4 quake in Alaska with tsunami warnings


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Old 06-23-2011, 11:37 PM   #24
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Instant global media = more perceived disasters around the world.

Just 10-12,000 years ago the Earth was in a full blown ice age. Warm Sunny Florida was cold and wolly mammoths roamed down here. That wasnt that long ago, heck people where here killing them.

The Earth changes. To say that humans in just the last last 200 years or so since the Industrial Revolution have had such a great impact on this giant rock we live on is pretty conceited dont you think?
To think that we were created by an anthropomorphic, benevolent being that favors us over all the rest of the intensely vast universe is pretty conceited, but a lot of people don't take issue with that.

Zealots staring down what can be called facts while damning those reporting said, "Facts," is the true definition of irony when you consider that they believe in their own fairy tales. Not trying to start another religious flame war on here, just pointing out things that I find funny.

I don't think we should be taxed or have rights revoked in favor of preservation, but that doesn't mean we can't do something about it in an alternative fashion. Hell, there's a car in Japan that runs on water, there are people here who have fabricated similar technology... wouldn't you guys like an outboard that runs on water (infinite fuel supply, though it may be tough in the salt)?

I do think it's foolish to think that we can just continue on polluting the Earth and act like nothing will ever happen in a negative way because of our actions. But hey, ignorance is bliss.
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went to get measurements on Greenland and noticed my Google earth is gone again!!!
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well, I'm just excited at the fact that when I lower my 5 GL bait bucket down from the skyscraper, it won't have as far to go .
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well, I'm just excited at the fact that when I lower my 5 GL bait bucket down from the skyscraper, it won't have as far to go .
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Fact: Ice Caps are shrinking.

Now whether it is man made or simply cyclical is debatable.

MOST Science says it is both. But it's still a SWAG. (Scientific Wild Ass Guess).

In the mean time it will certainly do no harm to foster Cleaner Air, and Cleaner Water.

That being said, except for the worse cases,(Cuyahoga River catching fire, historic wild rates of cancer, etc) I have no problem delaying clean up and future regulations until the economy rebounds.

But I still believe the science behind "global warming" if only because of the case of Southern California smog of the 60's and early 70's. There are very few bad smog days in LA now. Then it was most days.

Man CAN affect his environment, locally at least, I'd bet globally too.

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went to get measurements on Greenland and noticed my Google earth is gone again!!!
Now THAT is important! Same thing happened to me...wtf?

I was going to beat my kids for deleting it. Found the program, just had the shortcut disappear. Glad to hear I'm not the only one.

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http://www.washingtontimes.com/weblo...e-cap-growing/

http://icecap.us/images/uploads/The_...re_Growing.pdf

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According to the US National Snow and Ice Data Centre in Colorado, Arctic summer sea ice has increased by 409,000 square miles, or 26 per cent, since 2007 and even the most committed global warming activists do not dispute this.

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Ice core drilling in the fast ice off Australia's Davis Station in East Antarctica by the Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems Co-Operative Research Centre shows that last year, the ice had a maximum thickness of 1.89m, its densest in 10 years. The average thickness of the ice at Davis since the 1950s is 1.67m

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