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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 1:37 pm
 


Here you go algore

http://www.news.com.au/dailytelegraph/s ... 9,00.html#

I'll take a Dr's word over a fat ass like gores anyday.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 3:18 pm
 


[font=Andalus] Hey the science is in...the time for debate is over, the sky IS falling! As every good scientist knows, once a theory is brought forth, further discussion and debate simply cannot be tolerated.

You need to look at the Global Warming issue with an open mind unless you don't agree with Al Gore and David Suzuki, then you just need to shut up.[/font]


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Ice occupies more space and is less dense than water, so if the Arctic ice cap melts the sea levels will fall.

On the rocks anyone.

Al Gore is a failed politician making money on the backs of fools who believe his nonsense.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 3:25 pm
 


I can't wait for the world to pull a milli vanilli on algore. Just maybe gore will suffer the same fate as rob. :-)


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 3:29 pm
 


PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Ice occupies more space and is less dense than water, so if the Arctic ice cap melts the sea levels will fall.


What about the south pole or Greenland?


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 3:40 pm
 


Scape Scape:
PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Ice occupies more space and is less dense than water, so if the Arctic ice cap melts the sea levels will fall.


What about the south pole or Greenland?


Both polar region combined make up about 2.4% of total water, not sure about the comparitive North and South balance.

Just a drop in the ocean, as they say.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 5:00 pm
 


baylee baylee:
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Gore is a bold faced liar,


Well no he isnt.

But Harper is certainly a CON.and without a doubt, bush is a liar and a convicted drunk driver

And both Con plans(?), meant to CON the Canadian public, are jokes,plain and simple


:roll: You need help!!!


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 5:10 pm
 


IceOwl IceOwl:
It seems that Wada is the only person who can see the forest for the trees here.

Really?

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Yeah, David Suzuki drives an ineffecient bus, Al Gore flies around in a private jet and didn't ratify Kyoto. Those would obviously jade some people against the message, given that teaching by example is one of the best ways to teach. But when you know that what they're saying is probably good for all of us, despite the shortcomings of the messengers, do you really think it's all that smart to ignore them because you have some nitpicky indoctrinated political views?

I really could care less if he drove a 68 super beatle with no exhaust and poorly tuned. That fact that he is not willing to debate the issue and his socialist leanings, leave me wondering what his motives are. The fact that the "man" throws a hissy fit when querried on the AGW theory, leaves me absolutely dumbfounded. I'm supposed to take this guy seriously? I think not.
$1:
So Al Gore is making money from telling people that global warming is for real, in what is actually a somewhat disingenuous political film and autobiography. He's still playing the part of politician, and it's obvious. Does that make his message any less important? No, nor should it. Is it really that bad to make money from trying to convince people to be more responsible?

No shit he's a politician, but to portray the C02 amount leading the temp increase, is with out a doubt a complete lie, the ice core samples indicated the exact oposite, temp increase leads C02.

To top it all of, the man owns a carbon credit trading company. The profits of his silly film mean nothing, the profits from trading carbon credits, and his hysterical domesday mantra, tell me he's an opportunist charlatan, selling snake oil and nothing more.


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algore is a big fat hypocrite, A heart attack would be too good for that POS.


The same could be said for you troll.


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xerxes xerxes:
hwacker hwacker:
algore is a big fat hypocrite, A heart attack would be too good for that POS.


The same could be said for you troll.


Lucky for you i'm not selling BS by the ton like fat ass. If you think algore is smart you give up your money to him, I'm not buying anything from that loser.


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xerxes xerxes:
hwacker hwacker:
algore is a big fat hypocrite, A heart attack would be too good for that POS.


The same could be said for you troll.


And I think you need a little yellow square for that, I’m feeling abused :cry:


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 5:35 pm
 


PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Scape Scape:
PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Ice occupies more space and is less dense than water, so if the Arctic ice cap melts the sea levels will fall.


What about the south pole or Greenland?


Both polar region combined make up about 2.4% of total water, not sure about the comparitive North and South balance.

Just a drop in the ocean, as they say.


2.4% of total mass I wonder how much that would increase the sea level? 634 million people live in the threatened coastal areas worldwide (less than 10.05 metres above sea level). More than 180 countries have populations in low-elevation coastal zones, and about 70 per cent of those have urban areas of more than five million people that are under threat. So your looking at cities like Tokyo, New York, Mumbai, India; Shanghai, China; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Dhaka, Bangladesh underwater. The Florida pan handle would be a nub. Your talking millions homeless and rampant disease.


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Scape Scape:
PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Scape Scape:
PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Ice occupies more space and is less dense than water, so if the Arctic ice cap melts the sea levels will fall.


What about the south pole or Greenland?


Both polar region combined make up about 2.4% of total water, not sure about the comparitive North and South balance.

Just a drop in the ocean, as they say.


2.4% of total mass I wonder how much that would increase the sea level? 634 million people live in the threatened coastal areas worldwide (less than 10.05 metres above sea level). More than 180 countries have populations in low-elevation coastal zones, and about 70 per cent of those have urban areas of more than five million people that are under threat. So your looking at cities like Tokyo, New York, Mumbai, India; Shanghai, China; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Dhaka, Bangladesh underwater. The Florida pan handle would be a nub. Your talking millions homeless and rampant disease.


Well the world needs a clean up anyways.



I'll be back later this ark is taking up all my time.


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 5:48 pm
 


Good thing all those dying polar bears will soak up all that extra water..
Oh, wait.. their not dying either... :-(

But then again, It could be that fat old sun..

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Mars is being hit by rapid climate change and it is happening so fast that the red planet could lose its southern ice cap, writes Jonathan Leake.

Scientists from Nasa say that Mars has warmed by about 0.5C since the 1970s. This is similar to the warming experienced on Earth over approximately the same period.

Since there is no known life on Mars it suggests rapid changes in planetary climates could be natural phenomena.

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/u ... 720024.ece


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PostPosted: Mon Apr 30, 2007 6:28 pm
 


Scape Scape:
PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Scape Scape:
PluggyRug PluggyRug:
Ice occupies more space and is less dense than water, so if the Arctic ice cap melts the sea levels will fall.


What about the south pole or Greenland?


Both polar region combined make up about 2.4% of total water, not sure about the comparative North and South balance.

Just a drop in the ocean, as they say.


2.4% of total mass I wonder how much that would increase the sea level? 634 million people live in the threatened coastal areas worldwide (less than 10.05 metres above sea level). More than 180 countries have populations in low-elevation coastal zones, and about 70 per cent of those have urban areas of more than five million people that are under threat. So your looking at cities like Tokyo, New York, Mumbai, India; Shanghai, China; Jakarta, Indonesia; and Dhaka, Bangladesh underwater. The Florida pan handle would be a nub. Your talking millions homeless and rampant disease.


That's assuming the water levels rise by 10 metres, and if all the ice was above current sea levels which it is not.

Water volume increases by 9% when frozen. so the ice currently under water would give up 9% of it's occupied volume if melted.
Another reason why MacDonalds fills their coke with crushed ice.

The decrease in level at the Arctic offset by the increase at the Antarctic and an increase in airborne water vapour caused by the higher temperature may and I say may cause a decrease in sea levels.

Time for Gore and his ilk to stop playing on peoples hysterical fears.


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