Rise in sea level can't be stopped: scientists

Jul 1, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Republic

Rising sea levels cannot be stopped over the next several hundred years, even if deep emissions cuts lower global average temperatures, but they can be slowed down, climate scientists said in a study on Sunday.

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litesong

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tiny-minded anne wrote:
..... we should make a list of those who still believe.....
He's making a list
And checking it twice;
Gonna find out Who's naughty and nice
Santa Claus is coming to town

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Actually, you are the one who is rejecting science. Yes, the earth has been warming since the end of the last ice age. The fact is that CO2 level only rose after the temperatures rose. This is a fact that anyone can check. They now have linked the increase to thawing permifrost.
As for the rest, the claims that CO2 is a GHG, that it is the cause of climate change is also disputed and the evidence is that it is an effect and not a cause of climate change.
LOL.

What a pathological liar.

You have the mentality of small child, who, once they have made up a lie, firmly believes it and will defend it to the end.
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litesong wrote:
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He's making a list
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Gonna find out Who's naughty and nice
Santa Claus is coming to town
And you think topix doesn’t know what you publish? Attacks on me won't delete or erase what you are and what you do. You should stop making an ASSumption of your---self before you know the facts. Do contact topix to satisfy your accusations of the reprint BS your posting of what I said. You are a dumbASSumption of your---self again

“dening those who deny nature. ”

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Not in the present....
Of course not, you are still stuck in the past.

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Fair Game wrote:
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LOL.
What a pathological liar.
You have the mentality of small child, who, once they have made up a lie, firmly believes it and will defend it to the end.
Spoken like someone who is king of de Nile. ;)

Funny thing is this weekend the New England area is expecting a couple feet of that lie laying around.

Also be careful, one could say that your inability to deal with the truth is making you into a pathological liar, of course I would never say that. I feel to much pity for those like you.
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He's making a list
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Gonna find out Who's naughty and nice
Santa Claus is coming to town
Because Santa's home is melting.

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Of course not, you are still stuck in the past.
It is you who keeps bringing up the past as a reason that the present warming is not caused by human activities.

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Perhaps it is because you are past any understanding.
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Scientific science fiction. Nobody really knows.

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It is you who keeps bringing up the past as a reason that the present warming is not caused by human activities.
Because it is a very effective arguement against your misguided beliefs about climate change.

Why are you upset unless it is the fact that it points out how you must be wrong.
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Keep in mind your trying to respond to a bozo wanna be a clown that pokes fun at peoples mothers.

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Because it is a very effective arguement against your misguided beliefs about climate change.
Why are you upset unless it is the fact that it points out how you must be wrong.
But you said that I was stuck in the past! It is you who is reliving the past.....
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Keep in mind your trying to respond to a bozo wanna be a clown that pokes fun at peoples mothers.

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Keep in mind your trying to respond to a bozo wanna be a clown that pokes fun at peoples mothers.
Nope,just feel sorry for your mother.
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Nope,just feel sorry for your mother.
This topic is about global warming and like the rodent you are poking fun at mothers as your only defense to your useless BS. Look wanna be bozo the clown everyone understand the you have a mental issue do seek help.

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But you said that I was stuck in the past! It is you who is reliving the past.....
And you are stuck. Meanwhile I am learning from the past so I do not repeat those mistakes.

Learn from the past, do not live in it.
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And you are stuck. Meanwhile I am learning from the past so I do not repeat those mistakes.
Learn from the past, do not live in it.
You are asking the impossible from the bozo wanna be a clown. The bozo only knows how to poke fun at mothers.

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And you are stuck. Meanwhile I am learning from the past so I do not repeat those mistakes.
Learn from the past, do not live in it.
Are you referring to the mistakes man made during then Cenozoic when there were no vertebrates around? Actually, life was decreasing CO2 and increasing oxygen in the atmosphere back then. Mankind is doing the opposite today!
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Are you referring to the mistakes man made during then Cenozoic when there were no vertebrates around? Actually, life was decreasing CO2 and increasing oxygen in the atmosphere back then. Mankind is doing the opposite today!
The Cenozoic Era—encompassing the past 65.5 million years, the time that has elapsed since the mass extinction event marking the end of the Cretaceous Period—has a broad range of climatic variation characterized by alternating intervals of global warming and cooling. Earth has experienced both extreme warmth and extreme cold during this period. These changes have been driven by tectonic forces, which have altered the positions and elevations of the continents as well as ocean passages and bathymetry. Feedbacks between different components of the Earth system (atmosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, cryosphere, and oceans in the hydrosphere) are being increasingly recognized as influences of global and regional climate. In particular, atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide have varied substantially during the Cenozoic for reasons that are

"poorly understood,"

though its fluctuation must have involved feedbacks between Earth’s spheres.

More scientific science fiction.

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PHD wrote:
<quoted text>The Cenozoic Era—encompassing the past 65.5 million years, the time that has elapsed since the mass extinction event marking the end of the Cretaceous Period—has a broad range of climatic variation characterized by alternating intervals of global warming and cooling. Earth has experienced both extreme warmth and extreme cold during this period. These changes have been driven by tectonic forces, which have altered the positions and elevations of the continents as well as ocean passages and bathymetry. Feedbacks between different components of the Earth system (atmosphere, biosphere, lithosphere, cryosphere, and oceans in the hydrosphere) are being increasingly recognized as influences of global and regional climate. In particular, atmospheric concentrations of carbon dioxide have varied substantially during the Cenozoic for reasons that are
"poorly understood,"
though its fluctuation must have involved feedbacks between Earth’s spheres.
More scientific science fiction.
What does that have to do with what I posted, foo foo?

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