posted on 05/18/2008 7:00:09 PM PDT
posted on 05/18/2008 7:00:37 PM PDT
But but I thought global warming was a recent manmade thingy,did Algore get it wrong?
posted on 05/18/2008 7:02:35 PM PDT
(Yes I backed over the vampire but I swear I didn't see it in my rearview mirror.)
In Search Of The Lost Sahara
Somebody lost the Sahara?
posted on 05/18/2008 7:10:16 PM PDT
(I was taught to respect my elders, but it's getting harder to find one.)
"One of the most remarkable conclusions is the verification that today's arid desert was a subtropical savanna with plenty of flora and fauna six thousand years ago."
Reminds me of the story about the lumberjack who said he had spent most of his life working in the Sahara.
Someone said, "You mean the Sahara Desert?
The lumberjack answers, "Yeh, that's what they call it NOW!."
posted on 05/18/2008 7:11:24 PM PDT
(There's Always Something.............And there's always something worse!)
Re: One of the most remarkable conclusions is the verification that today's arid desert was a subtropical savanna with plenty of flora and fauna six thousand years ago. Rains decreased as a consequence of a process of climate change and animals moved to other places to face the lack of water.
Gadzooks! Them danged early Homo Sapiens with their SUVs and huge Carbon Footprints! If only Algore had been around back then, we'd be living in a true Democrat paradise now!
posted on 05/18/2008 8:16:23 PM PDT
("I've got a twisted sense of humor, and everything amuses me." RAH Beyond this Horizon)
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posted on 05/19/2008 9:51:19 PM PDT
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The prehistoric stone pier projects inward toward the Sahara rather than outward into the Atlantic as we were led to believe. The former sea that is now the Sahara is the Sea of Triton.
posted on 05/20/2008 9:36:39 AM PDT
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