Global warming: Researchers say recent temperature trends in...

May 19, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Summit County Voice

As American negotiators prepare for nuclear talks next week in Baghdad, they say recent statements from Iran and pressure from sanctions have raised the chances of compromise.

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NobodyYouKnow

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Interesting story. The intense warming in Siberia is ominous though, due to the large stores of clathrates and permafrost threatened.

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Gee, so Michael Mann didn't make it up after all.

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NobodyYouKnow wrote:
Interesting story. The intense warming in Siberia is ominous though, due to the large stores of clathrates and permafrost threatened.
Yes, any rational being would find it worrying.
Scientists have identified thousands of sites in the Arctic where methane that has been stored for many millennia is bubbling into the atmosphere.
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment...

Obviously that excludes the denier inhabitants of Topix, busy rubbing each other's dicks in the usual circle-jerk threads.

This story deserves to be at the top for a bit.
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Global warming: Researchers say recent temperature trends in Australasia are unprecedented during past 1,000 years

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Global Warming: Researchers have yet to explain how they thought

MAGIC TREEMOMITURS

were tenths-of-a-degree accurate heat sensors with time machines built in.

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FuGyou wrote:
Obviously that excludes the denier inhabitants of Topix, busy rubbing each other's dicks in the usual circle-jerk threads.
Fuggy at his best.
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This story deserves to be at the top for a bit.
I agree, welcome back, FuGyou.
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<quoted text>Fuggy at his best.<quoted text>I agree, welcome back, FuGyou.
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More useless babble from the commander of babble.

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