Some interesting data Duh A Vey-<quoted text>
So, you aren't going to even admit when this problem started & who was driving the bus.
The stimulus took us from Bush's last month losing 750,000 jobs a month & a economy shrinking at a rate over 6% to positive gains in the private sector & a growing economy.\
To a blithering Bush Asskisser like you, that is a waste of money.
Well guess what, if Bush did not leave Obama with that recession, Obama would not have had to spend money trying to fix it.
Similar island surface responses have been found by Webb and Kench (2010), who studied 27 other atoll islands in the central Pacific, using historical aerial photography and satellite images over periods ranging from 19 to 61 years, during which time interval they say that instrumental records indicated a rate of sea-level rise of 2.0 mm per year in the central Pacific. Yet in spite of this sea level rise, they too found "no evidence of large-scale reduction in island area," noting that the islands "have predominantly been persistent or expanded in area on atoll rims for the past 20 to 60 years," adding that 43% of the islands "increased in area by more than 3% with the largest increases of 30% on Betio (Tarawa atoll) and 28.3% on Funamanu (Funafuti atoll)."
Islands Rimming Pacific Atolls: Their Response to Sea Level Rise
Volume 16, Number 4. C02Science.org . 23 January 2013
(Ps: Did you know an atoll is actually often a volcano crater, usually surrounded by an island, with a lagoon, comprised of coral?)