Greenland's ice sheets 'less vulnerable than feared' claim scientists ...

Aug 2, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Daily Mail

Greenland's ice seems less vulnerable than feared to a runaway melt that would drive up world sea levels, according to a study showing that a surge of ice loss had petered out.

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Some bloke by the name of Noah could not have built a biblical ark to carry animals because he wasn't a qualified shipright and was not qualified to operate a cargo ship so the story must be false.
Actually the bigger problems are:

(1) There is no record of a global flood. Places like Egypt have no record of a GLOBAL flood.

(2) When people began travelling to see animals around the world they realized there would not be enough room for all species.

(3) You realize panda bears live in China and only eat bamboo;
Koala bears live only in Austrailia and only eat Eucalyptis; it would be a long trip to go to Antarctica and pick up those penguins.

How did they keep temperature control? Not to mention keep the animals from eating each other?
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Unfortunately there should be more of your dictatorship cut off. No sorry needed from you. We see enough of your sorry cut and paste scientific science fiction.

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Wallop10 wrote:
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Actually the bigger problems are:
(1) There is no record of a global flood. Places like Egypt have no record of a GLOBAL flood.
(2) When people began travelling to see animals around the world they realized there would not be enough room for all species.
(3) You realize panda bears live in China and only eat bamboo;
Koala bears live only in Australia and only eat Eucalyptus; it would be a long trip to go to Antarctica and pick up those penguins.
How did they keep temperature control? Not to mention keep the animals from eating each other?
Another pantomime of fictitious thought explained by a religion .
By the way ,for some strange reason Koala's are not bears.
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The world is going to end.Wallop10 made an error!! Look out everyone more to come.

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By the way ,for some strange reason Koala's are not bears.
It is true they are not related to other bears.
But they are still **called** koala bears.

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It is true they are not related to other bears.
But they are still **called** koala bears.
No, they are not

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No, they are not
Google results:

"koala bears"

About 511,000 results (0.22 seconds)

examples:

"Cute and cuddly! Koala bears eat and then sleep all day long!- BBC ..."

www.youtube.com/watch...

"cute koala bears - YouTube"

www.youtube.com/watch...

More videos for "koala bears" »

<<Although the koala is not a bear, English-speaking settlers from the late 18th century first called it koala bear due to its similarity in appearance to bears. Although taxonomically incorrect, the name koala bear is still in use today outside Australia[9] >>

Wikipedia.

so, you are wrong. I live in the US.

Care to try again???

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Wallop10 wrote:
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Google results:
"koala bears"
About 511,000 results (0.22 seconds)
examples:
"Cute and cuddly! Koala bears eat and then sleep all day long!- BBC ..."
www.youtube.com/watch...
"cute koala bears - YouTube"
www.youtube.com/watch...
More videos for "koala bears" »
<<Although the koala is not a bear, English-speaking settlers from the late 18th century first called it koala bear due to its similarity in appearance to bears. Although taxonomically incorrect, the name koala bear is still in use today outside Australia[9] >>
Wikipedia.
so, you are wrong. I live in the US.
Care to try again???
I see,outside Australia they are bears,inside Australia they are called Koala
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The world is going to end.Wallop10 made an error!!
It was predicted that "phud fetid feces face fiend" would tell the truth & the world would end.

But its a false alarm! "phud fetid feces face fiend" is related to dirtling, alias 'earthling has no brain', thus, "phud fetid feces face fiend" can never find & communicate the truth.
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It was predicted that "phud fetid feces face fiend" would tell the truth & the world would end.
But its a false alarm! "phud fetid feces face fiend" is related to dirtling, alias 'earthling has no brain', thus, "phud fetid feces face fiend" can never find & communicate the truth.
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.
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It is true they are not related to other bears.
But they are still **called** koala bears.
Is this more of your scientific science fiction or have you decided to be truthful? Hold on your not truthful your back peddling on your explanation again.

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I see,outside Australia they are bears,inside Australia they are called Koala
No outside Australia they are called koala bears.

HA HA... I think you know that, loser.

Why not focus on the SUBSTANCE of my post, instead of getting caught up in the form.

How DID Noah's ark get to Austrailia, the tip of South America and China and keep all the animals in their temperature zone and supplied with their special foods, huh?

Or do you still want to talk about whether koalas can also be called koal bears... for a reason.

LOL!

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No outside Australia they are called koala bears.
HA HA... I think you know that, loser.
Why not focus on the SUBSTANCE of my post, instead of getting caught up in the form.
How DID Noah's ark get to Austrailia, the tip of South America and China and keep all the animals in their temperature zone and supplied with their special foods, huh?
Or do you still want to talk about whether koalas can also be called koal bears... for a reason.
LOL!
They are Australian Koala's,not bears !
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They are Australian Koala's,not bears !
Your trying to respond to another empty chair. You as many others here walloped the wallop10 again and again. Good job!!

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They are Australian Koala's,not bears !
I already proved that was a common term. Doesn't mean they are actually related to bears in Europe or the US.

Seems to me you are desparate to avoid the substance of the post about how did Noah's Ark pick them up and return them.

Not what they were ... called.

Admit it, that's what you are doing!
LOL.
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The above is in its normal back peddling to avoid admitting it is wrong. Maybe the above could toss out more scientific science fiction to prove its point. I would argue that the only point could prove is on top of its little head.

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I already proved that was a common term. Doesn't mean they are actually related to bears in Europe or the US.
Seems to me you are desparate to avoid the substance of the post about how did Noah's Ark pick them up and return them.
Not what they were ... called.
Admit it, that's what you are doing!
LOL.
I am an Australian,you are not .

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The above is in its normal back peddling to avoid admitting it is wrong. Maybe the above could toss out more scientific science fiction to prove its point. I would argue that the only point could prove is on top of its little head.
Some people you just cannot tell
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Greenland's ice sheets 'less vulnerable than feared' claim scientists ...

THAT'S BECAUSE THE WORLD IS COOLING, NOT WARMING.
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Neville Thompson wrote:
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Some people you just cannot tell
A handful at this time including,“pinheadlitesout, wallop10 that gets walloped and the infamous spaced out spacedoutblues.

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