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Re: Global Warming

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12-21-2013 18:14:08

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I can't help but laugh at the plethora of weather and climate knowlege on here. Half of you jokers can't even spell properly. The fact is no one knows for sure but the repeat of 100 year weather events and the shrinking polar ice makes me wonder.

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12-21-2013 19:01:43

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 Re: Global Warming in reply to dboll, 12-21-2013 18:14:08  
click on this
it shows the ice caps from space daily. The North is growing now, the South is shrinking. Normal.

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12-21-2013 19:51:29

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 Re: Global Warming in reply to North Vale - PA, 12-21-2013 19:01:43  
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As I mentioned earlier: “Underwater volcanism is also sublimating portions of the Antarctica ice mass from underneath. In 2004, a research team led by Eugene Domack, aboard the research vessel Lawrence M. Gould, made a remarkable discovery of a massive underwater volcano off the coast of Antarctica using a deep water submersible vehicle equipped with a cadre of sensors and video cameras. The volcano was 2300 feet (700 meters) tall. The British team findings confirmed the volcano was still active and was contributing to the melting of the ice sheet from beneath the Antarctica land mass.” –The Extinction Protocol, page 160 – 2010

"A newly discovered volcano found buried beneath a thick layer of ice in Antarctica could speed up ice loss and raise global sea levels when it erupts, scientists say." By Ker Than
for National Geographic Published November 18, 2013

And we can't forget the methane from cow flatulance

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