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A truly inconvenient truth is that CO2 has gotten a bum rap for just about every climate crime and environmental disaster charge imaginable. On a hunch, I checked to see if the catastrophic Kilauea volcano eruption on the Big Island of Hawaii might possibly be an exception.
But no, it took only a couple of seconds to Google an article in the U. Of course climate really does change.
This began occurring long before the Industrial Revolution brought fossil-fueled smokestacks and internal combustion engines.
In fact we might consider ourselves to be pretty lucky to be living at a time near the end of a likely brief 12, to15, year-long interglacial period in between 90,year-long ice ages when much of the planet is covered by glaciers up to miles in thickness and sea levels are about feet lower.
And yes, current temperatures are "abnormally warm". But they were at least as warm 2, years ago when Romans had good reason to wear cool togas and sandals.
Conditions were just as warm again during the Medieval period about 1, years later.
The Armageddon catastrophe predicted by hypothetical climate models never arrived. Also seldom mentioned are plant fertilization benefits of those gradually-rising CO2 levels.
A global satellite study published in an April issue of the journal Nature reported "a persistent and widespread increase" of greening over 25 to 50 percent of the "global vegetated area" over the past 35 years since satellite records had then been available.
More CO2 is clearly better then less. Carbon dioxide is not a pollutant.
After San Francisco, Oakland, New York and Seattle sued five major oil companies for billions in future damages from climate change, presiding U. Judge Alsup said that if he is to consider harms caused by oil and gas, "We need to weigh the large benefits that have flowed from the use of fossil fuels.
There have been huge benefits. He is the author of "Scared Witless: Posts by Larry Bell.writing and work in general. In the past the teacher was usually the only person who read student work. With a blog, student work can be read by classmates, parents, extended family members, school community members, project partners, classroom teachers, pre-service teachers, and anyone around the world who locates the class blog.
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TWELVE WORDS Twelve words that trip up the “at-risk” student on standardized tests. Corporate America’s self-appointed ombudsman Larry Fink is back with his annual harangue of fellow executives, and although the letter comes with a Trump-era twinge this time around, it harps on.
Athletic Forms for school year are now available online through Skyward! Sharyland High School and Pioneer High School Varsity Football Ticket Information for UNRAAVEL (Reading) U – Underline the Title • Read the title as you underline it.
• It will help you know what the selection is about. N – Now Predict the Passage. Hi Larry and Jill, I looked up your first comment about writing out the name of the state with a comma and I found the following information from monstermanfilm.com (United States Postal Service).
They prefer that you don't write out the name of the state, instead use the abbreviation and NO .