On Wed, 28 Dec 2011 23:12:50 -0500, "Jeffrey Hamilton"
Post by Jeffrey Hamilton Post by Scotty
On Sat, 24 Dec 2011 21:46:56 -0500, "Jeffrey Hamilton"
Post by Jeffrey Hamilton Post by Scotty Post by killwhang
Here you'll see no change in temp over the past decade (from BEST's
own data!). Wait I hear them squeel, it's not a long enough time
Impossible! How can it be? In 2010 we injected a record amount of
CO2 into the atmosphere and the previous record was 2008.
Quite right and how is the acidity of the world's oceans doing ? :-)
Do you have anything other than these crazy blogger bastards, Scotty? I mean
seriously, can you not find real people and real sites ?
Since you snipped them, I don't know what crazy blogger bastards you refer.
I assume you mean this one:
"Here is a new paper on Ocean Acidification (OA) 2011"
1 Department of Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology, University of
California Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara California, United States of
2 Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California San Diego,
La Jolla, California, United States of America,
3 Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, Moss Landing, California,
United States of America,
4 Department of Biology, Stanford University, Hopkins Marine Station,
Pacific Grove, California, United States of America,
5 Institute of Marine Sciences, University of California Santa Cruz, Santa
Cruz, California, United States of America,
6 Laboratory of Functional and Evolutionary Ecology, Stazione Zoologica
Anton Dohrn, Villa Comunale, Naples, Italy
It's a difficult read because all the figures and tables are not in the
body and you have to scroll to "Results" somehow I guess you didn't read it
Here is one of them, you can find the others for yourself:
If the above Institutions are not authoritative enough for you, would you
accept Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution?
"In CO2-rich Environment, Some Ocean Dwellers Increase Shell Production"
In a striking finding that raises new questions about carbon dioxides
(CO2) impact on marine life, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI)
scientists report that some shell-building creatures - such as crabs,
shrimp and lobsters - unexpectedly build more shell when exposed to ocean
acidification caused by elevated levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide
Or perhaps you would believe that some corals thrive with CO2 bubbling
Ok, Halstead is a professional diver and photographer, but this is what
Anne L. Cohen, a research specialist at WHOI says.
"We were surprised that some organisms didnt behave in the way we expected
under elevated CO2," said Anne L. Cohen, a research specialist at WHOI and
one of the studys co-authors. "What was really interesting was that some
of the creatures, the coral, the hard clam and the lobster, for example,
didnt seem to care about CO2 until it was higher than about 1,000 parts
per million [ppm]."
"[there is a] "large scale, natural experiment in Papua New Guinea. There
are several places at the eastern end of that country where carbon dioxide
is continuously bubbling up through healthy looking coral reef, with fish
swimming around and all that that implies".
Here's a picture:
Coral Reef at Dobu Island with carbon dioxide bubbling through it
(photo: Bob Halstead)
"What that implies is that ocean acidification is no threat at all. If the
most delicate, fragile, iconic ecosystem of them all can handle flat-out
saturation with carbon dioxide, what is there to worry about?"
Post by Jeffrey Hamilton
I gave you some serious sites regarding the Oceans Ph problems and you
ignored them and now you give me shite !
I must needs ignore what is not posted. I've reviewed this thread and don't
see them. Please post them again. And it is pH.
Post by Jeffrey Hamilton
I often do have fun and when I do respond, it's due to your craziness and
it's always going to be at your expense.
Let's see, I've posted links to papers from 7 Research Institutions, "when
I do respond, it's due to your craziness and it's always going to be at
your expense", I don't think so...
If this is the crazy blogger bastards site you object to:
The Azolla Event
Then you should know that it's a high school slide show and if you have
completed high school you should have known about the Azolla Event.
Hell, it even has a Wiki page, maybe this is crazy blogger bastards site?