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baltec1
Posted - 2010.12.14 22:06:00 - [61]
 

ice bears are in danger!

So Sensational
Ministry of War
Posted - 2010.12.15 03:57:00 - [62]
 

Originally by: baltec1
ice bears are in danger!

oh no poor icebears :(

Betty Boom
Caldari
SPECTRE Syndicate
Posted - 2010.12.22 00:01:00 - [63]
 

Originally by: baltec1
ice bears are in danger!


Yes - they are - Greenland has -47,9 Celsius in the center - Click on Temp. In school i heard something like ice becomes Water by 0 Celius. But this is a rumour for IPCC.


Turzyx
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
Posted - 2010.12.22 00:45:00 - [64]
 

Originally by: Betty Boom
he was also the first human on the north pole in 1928. Where does the NASA get this temp datas from the artic region 130 year ago ? from aliens ?


LOL.

At first I thought you were just another ignorant climate change denier, but it's a pretty obvious troll now.


Betty Boom
Caldari
SPECTRE Syndicate
Posted - 2010.12.22 01:05:00 - [65]
 

Originally by: Turzyx
Originally by: Betty Boom
he was also the first human on the north pole in 1928. Where does the NASA get this temp datas from the artic region 130 year ago ? from aliens ?


LOL.

At first I thought you were just another ignorant climate change denier, but it's a pretty obvious troll now.




No - a user that gets the NASA newsletter since like 15 years. This temps datas are made with theories not real methodes. I know NASA theories. Want some :

a) one theorie about star age was wrong and they need to double the age of the stars.
b) In theorie the numbers of star must be 6 times higher. Oh, they made a mistake by thinking 1 superstar to 300 normal. now it ia 1 Superstar to 50.
c) The newest Joke of the NASA - Dark Matter map. When you know about the GRETA10 Contest you know that the NASA has large problem with the Hubble pictures to correct and get them together. In GREAT10 F&Q they think this will be done in 2020. Or other. this Dark Matter Maps shouldn'T exist.

You are simple stupid, thats all.

Ticarus Hellbrandt
Posted - 2010.12.22 02:57:00 - [66]
 

hmm because the cold weather in europe has nothing to with a gigantic oil disaster in the carribean that may be affecting the gulf stream and other weather paterns

Xtr3meSk1llzPwnz0rz1337z
Posted - 2010.12.22 07:04:00 - [67]
 

Edited by: Xtr3meSk1llzPwnz0rz1337z on 22/12/2010 07:05:14
Originally by: Greup
NASA just released data saying 2010 was the hottest metreological year recorded.
http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2010/12/nasa-2010-meteorological-year-wa.html?ref=hp

Don't trust NASA they faked the first moon landing, cover up photos of alien structures on the moon and mars, are building secret nuclear spaceships with sonic ray guns and to top it off they ate my cakeEvil or Very Mad
Edit: There are more but I can't remember them ugh

Reiisha
Veto Corp
Posted - 2010.12.22 12:26:00 - [68]
 

Two days ago i was walking to the shop.

Slow moving line of cars trying to get ahead through the snow. At a certain point, i literally couldn't breathe because of the fumes of one of the cars. It smelled to high heavens and honestly, i almost wanted to vomit because of it. I was trying to get past it but i needed to walk in the same direction, which meant i was trying to avoid the fumes for a minute or two...

That's reason enough for me to do something about emissions.

On another note, with how high gas prices are in Europe at the moment, which blithering idiot buys a gigantic GM stationwagon here? I'm seeing more and more Dodge Rams aswell (and those smell just as much, i just never had to be near one for more than a second).

I started to wonder what the air quality is like in the US. I thought we had it bad here.

Riedle
Minmatar
Paradox Collective
Posted - 2010.12.22 14:28:00 - [69]
 

Quote:
Two days ago i was walking to the shop.

Slow moving line of cars trying to get ahead through the snow. At a certain point, i literally couldn't breathe because of the fumes of one of the cars. It smelled to high heavens and honestly, i almost wanted to vomit because of it. I was trying to get past it but i needed to walk in the same direction, which meant i was trying to avoid the fumes for a minute or two...


I agree, particulate emissions are a problem. The ironic thing is that all the yapping from the IPCC would make it worse. Why? Because Diesel emits less Co2 than gasoline they want to push to Diesel. The bad part is that Diesel burns at a much lower temperature than gasoline and produces MUCH more particulate pollutants than gasoline does. The IPCC and the global warming doomsayers are potentially making air pollution worse not better by their rabid fascination with Co2 which is not a pollutant at all.

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That's reason enough for me to do something about emissions.


As mentioned, the emissions that they are concerned about are not the same as the one's that you mention. Co2 while a minor player on the greenhosue gas effect is not a large pollutant and is not the gas that stinks or is otherwise associated with pollution in any way. Although there is a movement afoot to change that.

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I started to wonder what the air quality is like in the US. I thought we had it bad here.


Not sure where you are but from my travels to the US I found the air quality to be fine.

jason hill
Caldari
Clan Shadow Wolf
Fatal Ascension
Posted - 2010.12.22 14:36:00 - [70]
 

Edited by: jason hill on 22/12/2010 14:38:36
i for one blame our grass eating bovine overlords for all thier methane exhauste emmissions Very Happy and yes for what its worth i actually do have a semi sort of agreement in CHEAP renewable enegy .however what i am against is all the so called green taxes the most of the western world has to pick up the tab for when its emerging countries like india and china which are amongst the worst culprits in making the planet a ****hole

Barakkus
Posted - 2010.12.22 14:48:00 - [71]
 

Originally by: Riedle

Quote:
I started to wonder what the air quality is like in the US. I thought we had it bad here.


Not sure where you are but from my travels to the US I found the air quality to be fine.


It all depends on where you go. The midwest doesn't have much of a problem with pollution due to the wide open, flat land. Places like Phoenix Az are HORRIBLE. In the winter the pollution just sits on the city in a brown haze due to lack of wind because the city sits in a valley.

Caleidascope
Minmatar
Republic Military School
Posted - 2010.12.22 15:00:00 - [72]
 

Originally by: Reiisha
Two days ago i was walking to the shop.

Slow moving line of cars trying to get ahead through the snow. At a certain point, i literally couldn't breathe because of the fumes of one of the cars. It smelled to high heavens and honestly, i almost wanted to vomit because of it. I was trying to get past it but i needed to walk in the same direction, which meant i was trying to avoid the fumes for a minute or two...

That's reason enough for me to do something about emissions.

On another note, with how high gas prices are in Europe at the moment, which blithering idiot buys a gigantic GM stationwagon here? I'm seeing more and more Dodge Rams aswell (and those smell just as much, i just never had to be near one for more than a second).

I started to wonder what the air quality is like in the US. I thought we had it bad here.

Was it diesel? I hear those are very popular in Europe.

Here, in US, diesel are very uncommon, so air quality is good. Smog in the mega cities is a problem, but that is a problem around the globe, China, Europe, US, so nothing special about US in that respect.

You should really get a mask of some sort because I hear they want to add urea to catalytic converters of the diesel vehicles.

Riedle
Minmatar
Paradox Collective
Posted - 2010.12.22 15:19:00 - [73]
 

Edited by: Riedle on 22/12/2010 15:19:43
Originally by: Barakkus
Originally by: Riedle

Quote:
I started to wonder what the air quality is like in the US. I thought we had it bad here.


Not sure where you are but from my travels to the US I found the air quality to be fine.


It all depends on where you go. The midwest doesn't have much of a problem with pollution due to the wide open, flat land. Places like Phoenix Az are HORRIBLE. In the winter the pollution just sits on the city in a brown haze due to lack of wind because the city sits in a valley.


Yes, I can imagine. New England and Florida mostly for me. I was in Phoenix once and can't recall any pollution to speak of, but that was 20 years ago now.

Worst offender in Canada has to be Toronto but it's the largest city so it just makes sense. So places have a better local climate to move the pollution out better than others as well.

Barakkus
Posted - 2010.12.22 18:54:00 - [74]
 

Originally by: Caleidascope
Smog in the mega cities is a problem, but that is a problem around the globe, China, Europe, US, so nothing special about US in that respect.


Fortunately for me, Chicago's air is pretty clear 99% of the time, but we get some wicked winds. It's not odd to see gusts over 40mph downtown in the winter.

satansminer
Posted - 2010.12.24 12:16:00 - [75]
 

funny, i thought the sun was stable and is gunna get more active in the coming years.

More solar flares are coming and because of the ionization in the poles it means that we're gunna get the northern lights as low down as the UK.


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