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Posted by Martin Riddle on April 5, 2007, 1:09 am



Posted by Tony Wesley on April 5, 2007, 4:04 am

Yeah, whatever:


"Large scale dust storms change the atmospheric opacity and
convection; as always when comparing mean temperatures, the altitude
at which the measurement is made matters, but to the extent it is
sensible to speak of a mean temperature for Mars, the evidence is for
significant cooling from the 1970's, when Viking made measurements,
compared to current temperatures."

Posted by Anthony Matonak on April 4, 2007, 2:05 am
 BobG wrote:

I'm sure they have a plan to deal with the situation.
Perhaps they'll have carbon credits. You pay someone
to not produce any more CO2 to offset your production.


Posted by Derek Broughton on April 4, 2007, 12:29 pm
 BobG wrote:

Are you the same troll who told us common sense proves that CO2 doesn't
cause global warming?

So people put out 2lbs a day of the stuff.  Your average car puts out around
10 times that.  Your average power plant quite a few orders of magnitude
more.  Just because something is produced naturally doesn't mean that it
might not be advantageous to reduce the outputs from our factories.

Posted by Arnold Walker on April 4, 2007, 5:16 pm

And Brussel socialist has placed a  carbon credit tax on barbque pits.
Care to plug for more money .....with expanded pictures of a natural
Maybe do some Gore polar bear stories........might get the necessary panic
to justify
extra taxes for the socialist cause. Under the pretext of saving the planet
Since one cannot be honest enorgh to say that it is ALL about the political

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