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Old June 11th, 2009, 12:23 PM   #21
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I am not even going to bother refuting this, You are an idiot.

EDIT: lol I typo'd while calling someone an idiot.
So is this an apology or a frodian slip?
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Old June 11th, 2009, 12:25 PM   #22
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I think Aber61 is missing the part of his brain that allows people to make valid arguements.
no its still there I just checked
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Old June 11th, 2009, 12:28 PM   #23
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So is this an apology or a frodian slip?
this makes me giggle
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Old June 11th, 2009, 12:29 PM   #24
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I didn't say that the other story was correct did I? I just like how aber61 states how they were named off the top of his head.
I don't recall that comment maybe you can help me out, which quote was that?top of his head? mine or Eric the red?
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Old June 11th, 2009, 12:29 PM   #25
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this makes me giggle
me too thats why I typed it
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Old June 11th, 2009, 12:38 PM   #26
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Freudian slip.
Yours is showing.

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Old June 11th, 2009, 01:23 PM   #27
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Actually if you noticed Iceland is father north and is usually cold enough to keep things frozen for most of the year,so yes iceland is a good name and greenland at one time yes was green and hence we have climate change. The polar caps change over time in warm seasons and colder seasons. Do I need to draw you a picture of what it may look like when it is warmer? It is like Alaska very short summer and long winter cold most of the year. By the way did you make it through high school geography, with the comment you made I was wondering who is the idiot. And hot springs have nothing to do with the climate and the place called Iceland. Dah
These are the assumption I was talking about. Greenland is now snowy and was once green, obvious sign of climate change.
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Old June 11th, 2009, 04:11 PM   #28
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These are the assumption I was talking about. Greenland is now snowy and was once green, obvious sign of climate change.

No credibility, your guilty by association........
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Old June 11th, 2009, 05:19 PM   #30
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These are the assumption I was talking about. Greenland is now snowy and was once green, obvious sign of climate change.
So is it climate change, global warming or ice age? The climate change you talk about happens, the earth cools for a time and warms for a time and nothing we do can change that. As stated earlier global warming is a hoax and a money grab from the government to scientists that are claiming a castastrophy will happen if we do not do something, the media got involved and convinced most individuals that we need to GO GREEN. It is a waste of time and effort. Don't get me wrong we still need to be responsible and recycle and not be wasteful. But the media creates a fear in what they publish and people get caught up in it and almost treat it like a religion.

I recall growing as a child and the fear was ice age, I had a genuine fear of it being real cold and lots of ice and how will we survive. Anybody here with little kids? Ask them if they are concerned about global warming. You may be surprised at what they say.
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you mean that they dont know why???!/1/1!?!?!!?



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BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - Argentina's Perito Moreno glacier is one of only a few ice fields worldwide that have withstood rising global temperatures.

Nourished by Andean snowmelt, the glacier constantly grows even as it spawns icebergs the size of apartment buildings into a frigid lake, maintaining a nearly perfect equilibrium since measurements began more than a century ago.

"We're not sure why this happens," said Andres Rivera, a glacialist with the Center for Scientific Studies in Valdivia, Chile. "But not all glaciers respond equally to climate change."

Viewed at a safe distance on cruise boats or the wooden observation deck just beyond the glacier's leading edge, Perito Moreno's jagged surface radiates a brilliant white in the strong Patagonian sun. Submerged sections glow deep blue.

And when the wind blows in a cloud cover, the 3-mile-wide (5 kilometer) glacier seems to glow from within as the surrounding mountains and water turn a meditative gray.

Every few years, Perito Moreno expands enough to touch a point of land across Lake Argentina, cutting the nation's largest freshwater lake in half and forming an ice dam as it presses against the shore.

The water on one side of the dam surges against the glacier, up to 200 feet (60 meters) above lake level, until it breaks the ice wall with a thunderous crash, drowning the applause of hundreds of tourists.

"It's like a massive building falling all of the sudden," said park ranger Javier D'Angelo, who experienced the rupture in 2008 and 1998.

The rupture is a reminder that while Perito Moreno appears to be a vast, 19-mile-long (30 kilometer) frozen river, it's a dynamic icescape that moves and cracks unexpectedly.

"The glacier has a lot of life," said Luli Gavina, who leads mini-treks across the glacier's snow fields.
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