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    The tsunami debris is <25million tons. The Pacific Garbage Patch is ~100million tons. One why to judge the climatological effects of the tsunami debris would be in comparison to the much longer term trends of the garbage patch and Pacific weather patterns.

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    The most amazing thing about the global heat map, is that the ONLY warm place in the ENTIRE friggin' world much of this winter was the eastern 1/2 of America.

    Everywhere else experienced generally below normal temps, thus I'm going with the highly scientific hypothesis of Murphy's Law.
    THINK SNOW!

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    apparently the change in when DST is the cause


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    Crap! You're right! Right after Daylight savings kicked in it got very warm. Amazing genius to figure that out.

    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    apparently the change in when DST is the cause


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    That's BS Connie. It's your G-damn hot springs!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    apparently the change in when DST is the cause

    When I saw this I felt so compelled to immediately drive to Arkansas, find Connie, and slowly choke the f-in life out of her while I explained that this, THIS is the punishment for stealing my oxygen.

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    Exacerbates "Warning" or "Warming"? Proofread much?

    AFAIC the editor in charge of approving Letters for print is just as bad as the person that wrote this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    apparently the change in when DST is the cause

    This is just fantastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gmcunni View Post
    apparently the change in when DST is the cause

    Wow! This country gets real scary south of the Mason Dixon line.

    so here's a toast with one last pour, to last forever and a minute more. may fortune sing to you her song, to live and love way past long, may you live and love way past long. sonny landreth.

  10. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by Abubob View Post
    Here's something else that floated across the Pacific-

    Japanese fishing boat linked to earthquake, tsunami spotted off B.C. coast
    Published On Sat Mar 24 2012
    VANCOUVER—A 54-meter-long fishing vessel linked to last year’s devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan has been spotted adrift off the British Columbia coast. *** As much as five million tonnes of debris were swept into the ocean last March when a massive magnitude-9 earthquake and resulting tsunami struck Japan.

    Story: http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/a...b-c-coast?bn=1

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