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steve forte March 3, 2014 at 10:34 am
Lets not overlook the simple fact that we have been building cities in the desert. The average flowRead More from the Merrimac river to the Atlantic ocean is 1 million gallons every 5 minutes. During springtime snowmelt , runoff it is a million gallons every 2 minutes. We are not running out of water. We are building homes and cities where there isn't any water.
DynoMutt March 3, 2014 at 02:51 pm
More importantly the water used to grow vegetables and fruits, requires 12 times the amount of freshRead More water a single animal can consume in a single day. Do not forget the amount of water it takes to create paper bags, nearly 1 liter of water for every paper bag as opposed to 0.021 liters per plastic bag. Or Electric automobiles that are plugged into power stations. Those power stations are run on Coal power plants and the amount of water consumed in the creation of energy to turn the turbines is in the millions of gallons a day. Now with our planet cooling again given the last 20 years have shown a statistical drop in temperature of 0.4 degF much more water is being trapped at our poles. Remember people, if you read it on the internet IT MUST BE TRUE. LOL
DynoMutt March 3, 2014 at 02:53 pm
Wow all I can say is wow. The scientific analysis in this article must have been conducted by aRead More true PhD level scientist.
Aron Levy February 4, 2014 at 01:02 pm
And those fish provide NOWHERE near the level of nutrition that polar bears require. That is calledRead More desperation. I know you don't believe me or the people who know more than me, so I shan't waste anymore of your time.
steve forte February 4, 2014 at 01:04 pm
thank you
robbinsfarm February 4, 2014 at 04:47 pm
it's ice cold with zero heart in Lexington
steve forte March 7, 2014 at 11:37 am
March low-temperature records have been crushed in at least 18Read More states.________________________________________________get back to me in July
Jim Snyder-Grant March 7, 2014 at 12:00 pm
Hi Steve: Average global surface temperatures by month continue an unbroken string of many years ofRead More being above the 100-year average for months in previous years. The US (but not the whole world) is an exception this year: the newly-wobbly arctic vortex has been bringing more cold air down here than usual. This is because the arctic is much warmer than usual, which allows the vortex to wander more freely.
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