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To: Lonely Bull

Who cares what happens to California? Living on the San Andreas Fault Line and other earthquake lines/zones ain’t smart to begin with. Look at what happened to San Francisco a decade or two ago. Shame it didn’t take out their wacko politicians. That would have been a great environmental improvement. A lot less air and mind pollution.

I live somewhat inland so let the seas rise and the earth sink. It’s going to do it on its own, mankind not withstanding. I’d love to surf in my own backyard with our racoons and possums. You’ve got to see those guys shot a curl.

King Barack Canute Obama can stand in the water and command it to halt rising (if it is), but I don’t think it is going to listen to him.

The waters of the earth have risen and fallen over hundreds of millions of years. I’ve dug up enough fossils to have seen this in the geological/stratigraphic record. Never found a “STOP RISING” sign in all my years of fossil hunting.

If you live near a volcano, there is a good chance that it will erupt one day. If you live on a small island, you know very well that a hurricane is a real possibility.

If you live in Wash. DC metro area, you know damned well that more than half our politicians are corrupt, incompetent, stupid, leftist wackos who wouldn’t know real science if it bit them on the ass. All I have to say is “AL GORE” and you know what I mean.

I met his father and he was a smarter guy than old Fat ALBERT. He would never have fallen for this environmental voodoo science that his son has been promotely, and getting very rich off of.

If glaciers melt, there is a good possibility that the ocean waters will rise, UNLESS that water is taken up as water vapor and redeposited in colder environs as snow/ice.

Land will also RISE when glaciers melt, thus creating a new land configuration for some islands and coastal countries (Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, Kamchutka Peninsula, Antarctica, Patagonia, etc. So what? You can’t do anything about it so sit back and enjoy the new scenery.

Mother Nature is a lot more powerful than humans but the White House, Gore, Mann, and the environmental wackos don’t understand this.

We can help to clean up the manmade messes in our environment (i.e. water and air pollution), but CO2 is a natural product of BREATHING so unless you hold your breath and die, you will have 6-7 BILLION people leaving their carbon breathprints on the world, not to mention animals (ever try to stop a cow from farting methane? You haven’t got a cork big enough to be effective, Jeremy “the Fraud” Rifkin).

Can’t plug up volcanoes, can you? Unless you drop Al Gore’s big butt into one. They produce more poisonous gases in one burst than mankind does in months or years of pollution (think of all those Chinese factories which have no pollution devices and you’ll know why our air is getting worst in some western states).

I’ve been involved in environmental issues for 20 years and the degree of ignorance on the part of politicians, some scientists, and esp. the news media/academia, not to mention our great uneducated public, is frightening beyond belief.

Let the tides rise if they are going to because you can’t do a damned thing about it. Enjoy them. Surf Hollywood and Vegas. Swim with the dolphins.

Be happy, don’t worry!


4 posted on 12/12/2012 12:56:23 PM PST by MadMax, the Grinning Reaper
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To: MadMax, the Grinning Reaper

>Living on the San Andreas Fault Line and other earthquake lines/zones ain’t smart to begin with.

and living out in elvis country is?? with the tornadoes?


5 posted on 12/12/2012 1:03:38 PM PST by RitchieAprile (the obstreperous gentleman..)
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