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Extra-large condoms to go on sale at Tesco due to 'overwh...

LOL  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #27)

Crime Movies

'Twilight' vampire drama sinks fangs into Teen Choice Awards

like the emo phase, when is this vampire fad going to end.  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #3)

Crime Movies

'Home Alone' writer dies of heart attack

The older i got whenever i watched "Home Alone" i just never could understand what i loved about it when i first saw it as a kid. I think he was a great writer. But his movies have a tranistional effect in that. I only liked them in that period. I mean only when your a kid do you dream that you'd be home alone. As you get older you realise that you'll never have a personal slave again.  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #2)

Crime Movies

Brad Pitt considers retirement

You call a house with like 12 kids under 5 retirement! He's walking into a full time job  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #4)

Crime Movies

Jennifer Aniston - Aniston Talks Publicly for First Time ...

She just doesn't do it for me  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #753)


Anti-smoking fund off-limits

Where does all the Tobacco Tax go anyway?  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #2)

Global Warming

Don't miss this one

Climate experts say a fleet of wind-powered ships could be one of the more feasible solutions of climate engineering to reduce global warming. The Copenhagen Consensus on Climate has released an analysis paper that addresses a variety of proposed climate engineering options. The paper was written to address the question: “If the global community wants to spend up to, say $250 billion per year over the next 10 years to diminish the adverse effects of climate changes, and to do most good for the world, which solutions would yield the greatest net benefits? – i.e. what are the costs and benefits of different viable climate interventions…give n some reasonable assumptions about sensible policies for the rest of 21st century?” One of the most popular options among experts would be to deploy a fleet of 1,900 wind-powered ships that would draw water from the ocean to produce plumes of seawater mist that would create white clouds. Scientists predict that the clouds would be able to reflect about 1 to 2 percent of sunlight that would otherwise be fixed on the ocean, adding to its temperature. The concept has been largely embraced due to its estimated cost not to exceed $9 billion, which pales in comparison to the $250 billion to be spent by leading nations each year in order to reduce carbon emissions. The project is also much cheaper that another engineering option that would send mirrors into space to deflect the sun’s rays. Additionally the cloud ship fleet would be ready to begin within 25 years. The Copenhagen Consensus Center is an organization that grants advice to government regulators on which areas to spend financial aid.  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #2)

Global Warming

Rising ocean acidity: 'The other carbon problem'

The latest idea to best tackle global warming from controversial environmental commentator Bjørn Lomborg and his Copenhagen Consensus group is a proposal to build an armada of ships that will sail the world’s oceans, producing vast clouds from sea water to reflect the sun’s rays. Writing in Jyllands-Posten newspaper, Lomborg explains that the unusual proposal – being developed simultaneously by both British and American climate scientists – requires around 1,900 ships be built, each capable of scooping up water and producing vapour. The ensuing clouds would then reflect sunlight back into space and dampen temperatures on Earth.  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #1)


Global Warming and Sundry

Ships Spraying Sea Water May Offer Climate Quick Fix (Update1) By Jeremy van Loon and Christian Wienberg Aug. 7 (Bloomberg) -- A fleet of sail-powered, ocean-going vessels spraying sea water in the air could save billions of dollars and allow the world to continue emitting carbon dioxide like it does by burning oil and coal. Marine cloud whitening, which allows solar radiation to bounce off water vapor, at $9 billion would be more cost- effective than reducing CO2 emissions, according to a study by the think tank headed by Bjoern Lomborg, a professor at the Copenhagen Business School. Geo-engineering projects like cloud whitening and painting roofs white to reflect heat are attracting attention among some policy makers as the world looks at alternative ways to combat global warming. Most plans to cut CO2 emissions involve using more wind and solar power, boosting energy efficiency and constructing air-tight buildings. To contact the reporters on this story: Jeremy van Loon in Berlin at [email protected] .netChristian Wienberg in Copenhagen at [email protected]  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #1)

Michael Jackson

Surrogate mother of Michael Jackson's young son a Mexican...

What next or should i say who's next?  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #1)

Pikeville, KY

Private Christian schools in Pike; Yay or Nay

I dont think we should have private religious schools at all. All schools should teach people the likings of all religions so people can make their own minds up.  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #21)

Public Opinion

Memorable Movie Lines

Pretty Woman. Julia Robert : "Oh look honey i gota runner in my pantyhose, oppps im not wearing any pantyhoes!!!"  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #116)

Public Opinion

Make 4 New words

eat drink sleep ****  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #2536)


LA schools chief fuming over 'Bruno' magazine photo shoot...

The guy has like 4 degrees, he's actually an intellect.  (Aug 12, 2009 | post #28)