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03-05-2008, 09:05 AM
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Of course this won't happen during actual work/school days.Only during my vacations!

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I think this might be interesting for some people:

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This is an interesting article for those of you who wonder when global warming is going to kick in http://www.dailytech.com/Temperature...ticle10866.htm

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I'm so tired of this crap! We've had more snow this year then in the last 4 years combined...

Hopefully its not 30cm more on Saturday..its written 15cm on Meteomedia.

Oh well, it'll make us appreciate the summer that much more. Anybody else can't wait to be sitting on a terrace downtown in the sun with a cold drink??

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I work at home so... *yawn*

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listen to an inconvenient truth...

the earth got his own carbon emission self containment but we over poer the mechanisms

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03-05-2008, 09:45 AM
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These are the kind of days that an Impreza is born to be

Typical conversation

Dude : God i Hate those snowstorms

Me : Huh ? What snow ?

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I just had to run down the street to push my GF out of the damn snow... Her wheels we're barely touching the ground due to the snow under the vehicle.. Gainey

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I'm so tired of this crap! We've had more snow this year then in the last 4 years combined...

Hopefully its not 30cm more on Saturday..its written 15cm on Meteomedia.

Oh well, it'll make us appreciate the summer that much more. Anybody else can't wait to be sitting on a terrace downtown in the sun with a cold drink??
I love Winter, but Jesus I'm tired of this, tired of shovelling for hours. I have to shovel at my job, do the same thing at home. I still love winter, because winter=hockey.

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****ING SON OF MOTHER ****ING **** ASS *****

So I figured since the garage is empty now, I'd go move my car in there so it's warm for later when I have to leave.

I go out, in my pyjamas and the closest shoes I could find: my old leather dress shoes.

Obviously, my car gets stuck. The wheels are actually encased on some sort of ice block and they just spin. So 45 minutes later, I finally get the car inside after breaking all the ice, laying down planks of wood under my wheels to get some traction. All in my pyjamas and dress shoes...Obviously filled with snow.

I think I got pneumonia now.

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I just had to run down the street to push my GF out of the damn snow... Her wheels we're barely touching the ground due to the snow under the vehicle.. Gainey
It may be a good idea to meet a girl...
You look for girl that is stocked in the snow, you help her and that's it!

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03-05-2008, 09:55 AM
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This is why I didn't go back to Alaska after school...love being able to head to the beach in Jan and Feb

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This is why I didn't go back to Alaska after school...love being able to head to the beach in Jan and Feb
If you weren't a Hab fan... I think many of us here would have had some choice words for you right now..



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This is an interesting article for those of you who wonder when global warming is going to kick in http://www.dailytech.com/Temperature...ticle10866.htm
Oh no, not that debate again....

Please, anything but that.

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It may be a good idea to meet a girl...
You look for girl that is stocked in the snow, you help her and that's it!
"Wanna come in for some hot chocolate and hang out by my fireplace?"

The rest is history!

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Oh no, not that debate again....

Please, anything but that.
I'm gonna debate the use of the word "debate"... there simply is none.

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I think I should have stayed in Alberta
-6 at the moment. Not a cloud in the sky.


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I'm gonna debate the use of the word "debate"... there simply is none.
Yes but some people will make it into one. Even among the international scientific community, there are still opposing factions as the veracity and true nature of what the global warming really is....

The Gulf stream is shortening, and people in NE America and Britain will live a short period of intense cold in the next few decades, because of the fresh water coming from the melting glaciers. This may also revert a good part of the 'global warming'.

You should look up the thread about this... it was 'debated' some time ago.

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No matter what happens, it is important to be environmentally responsible, on individual purposes. North Americans consume just too much... Animal Food, Extra-packaging, Tampax (women), Plastic, Fuel, Housekeeping, etc.

I think it's time for ourselves to take care of our environment and invest in greenier technologies, especially in houses, cars, food, and packaging.

Global Warming

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I hate snow more than ever. I HATE SNOW

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Yes but some people will make it into one. Even among the international scientific community, there are still opposing factions as the veracity and true nature of what the global warming really is....

The Gulf stream is shortening, and people in NE America and Britain will live a short period of intense cold in the next few decades, because of the fresh water coming from the melting glaciers. This may also revert a good part of the 'global warming'.

You should look up the thread about this... it was 'debated' some time ago.
I did. And when you talk about "international scientific community" you mean on one sidea all of the real scientific community that are trying to sow the world how global warming is affecting our lives... and the otther side is a minority of crazy scientists with false statistics trying to disprove global warming.

I think much of your confusion might stem from the fact that "global warming" doesn't necessarily result in warming but rather in sudden and un-heard of before changes in temperature.. much like what has happenned to out Earth over the last 10 years... many of the scientists disagree on how and what exactly will happen. But there is no real debate in the scientific community that is IS happening.

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I did. And when you talk about "international scientific community" you mean on one sidea all of the real scientific community that are trying to sow the world how global warming is affecting our lives... and the otther side is a minority of crazy scientists with false statistics trying to disprove global warming.

I think much of your confusion might stem from the fact that "global warming" doesn't necessarily result in warming but rather in sudden and un-heard of before changes in temperature.. much like what has happenned to out Earth over the last 10 years... many of the scientists disagree on how and what exactly will happen. But there is no real debate in the scientific community that is IS happening.
That is exactly what I was saying. Disagreeing on the reasons 'why' is the debate I was refering to. If you look up that thread I talked about, I didn't say there was no global warming. My last post here on how the glaciers are melting should be quite indicative of that AymanD.

Although, I disagree on who is using false statistics, because it was proven that the CO2 chart used to prove global warming was caused by the greenhouse gas effects was inaccurate and made it look like this was the first time that CO2 levels have rose like this, when it is untrue, there have been many periods throughout history where the CO2 levels have went up, before the industrial age. That graph, ironically as we are in a hockey forum, is nicknamed the hockeystick graph, as the CO2 levels start off low and end up high today, which was disproven.

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