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This just in... the sky is falling.
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post #142 of 225
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Originally Posted by Hawk777th View Post
Oh no were all going to die! Quick get to your bomb shelters helppp! Run for your lives!
bomb shelters wont help you.

want to know what a planet with a runaway greenhouse effect looks like?

http://csep10.phys.utk.edu/astr161/l...reenhouse.html



good luck in your bomb shelter lol
    
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post #143 of 225
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Originally Posted by Phil~ View Post
Hmm. The way the Media tells it, Antartica well melt by midnight tonight.

Which is weird because their is scientific proof that it's actually getting colder...
Oh? Is that why huge chunks are breaking off and melting every day?

note: Have to hit refresh, the GIF doesn't loop

    
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post #144 of 225
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Originally Posted by pale_neon View Post
Oh? Is that why huge chunks are breaking off and melting every day?

note: Have to hit refresh, the GIF doesn't loop

Yes, it has been well known for a long time that pieces of the arctic shelf fall off of the edge as new ice forming behind it pushes it into warmer water. Your point is?

EDIT:
You know what, don't give me your point. Look it up.
Edited by 8ight - 11/4/11 at 1:16pm
 
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post #145 of 225
Time to grow hemp and quit cutting down all the trees!

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post #146 of 225
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Originally Posted by linkin93 View Post
For the millionth time:

Stop destroying vast forests, and C02 won't kill you/won't be a problem. Or how about this one: PLANT MORE TREES!

There is more to this "global warming" farce than C02. In fact global warming is a stupid name, it's more like "Human induced climate shifting." Global warming is just a buzz word.
Yep.

We can always use more trees Trees are pretty. And they give us things!

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Oh, cool! Let's listen to the crap-science backed controlled media! Because somehow this 'global warming' scare tactic hasn't gotten old yet.

Now some politician will tell you we need to pass a bill to correct these "dangerous emissions levels" and if we don't we want to kill the earth. Said bill will in reality raise taxes, and shrink our liberties- and the sheeple will buy it..
Crap-science is what got you the computer that you're using.
Do you need to borrow some of my tinfoil?
Edited by Escatore - 11/4/11 at 1:58pm
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Oh? Is that why huge chunks are breaking off and melting every day?

note: Have to hit refresh, the GIF doesn't loop

That only shows one chunk. And that was over a period of months not days? You're point?
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Originally Posted by 8ight View Post
Yes, it has been well known for a long time that pieces of the arctic shelf fall off of the edge as new ice forming behind it pushes it into warmer water. Your point is?

EDIT:
You know what, don't give me your point. Look it up.
You know you must be right. All those scientists at NASA & NSIDC with their fancy shmancy degrees and pocket protectors are just paid shills of the evil nefarious "Global Warming Conspiracy Cabal".

http://nsidc.org/sotc/iceshelves.html

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Most ice shelves are fed by inland glaciers. Together, an ice shelf and the glaciers feeding it can form a stable system, with the forces of outflow and back pressure balanced. Warmer temperatures can destabilize this system by increasing glacier flow speed and—more dramatically—by disintegrating the ice shelf. Without a shelf to slow its speed, the glacier accelerates. After the 2002 Larsen B Ice Shelf disintegration, nearby glaciers in the Antarctic Peninsula accelerated up to eight times their original speed over the next 18 months. Similar losses of ice tongues in Greenland have caused speed-ups of two to three times the flow rate in just one year....

In the coming decades of a climate warming era, ice shelves and ice tongues are likely to play a prominent role in changing the rate of ice flow off the major ice sheets.
http://svs.gsfc.nasa.gov/vis/a000000/a003800/a003875/

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We know that ice speeds in this area have increased dramatically from the late 1990s to the present as the ice shelves in this area have thinned and the bottom of the ice has lost contact with the bed beneath. As the ice has accelerated, ice upstream of the coast must be stretched more vigorously, causing it to thin. NASA-sponsored aircraft missions first measured the ice surface height in this region in 2002, followed by ICESat data between 2002 and 2009. Ice Bridge aircraft have measured further surface heights in 2009 and 2010, and these measurements continue today.
We should put them on trial for making gas prices go up (even though that's entirely speculation based & derived from supply of which is finite, Hubbert's Peak FTW) and um... making us feel guilty! YEA!!



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That only shows one chunk. And that was over a period of months not days? You're point?
The point is in how abnormally large it was.
Edited by pale_neon - 11/4/11 at 2:00pm
    
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lowering CO2 emissions has failed. Time for plan B: geoengineering!

http://www.popularmechanics.com/scie...onment/4290084
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Yeah. But how does this affect me.
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