Global Warming

Discussion in '2007 Archive' started by ccrobinson, Aug 14, 2007.

  1. ccrobinson

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    This cannot be true certainly Florida would have been under water by now some 70 years later.
     
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    If you were to melt all the ice on earth, seas would raise by about 6 inches.

    Now, the havoc that it would wreak on the currents is another story!

    BTW, if you ever go to Exit Glacier (or the one in Jasper in Canada; I can't remember if it has a name or not) where they have been marking its location for over a hundred years, you can see how much they are "receding". (They don't really recede; they just don't replace the loss as fast as they lose it.)

    But, glaciers come, glaciers go; temperature trends rise and they fall. The bay out where I live was formed by glaciers, but now they're only up in the mountains and coming off the Harding Ice Field. I can see several of them from my son's room upstairs.
     

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