Re: [asa] Subglacial Water System Moving Faster Than Previously Thought

From: Janice Matchett <>
Date: Sun Feb 18 2007 - 20:19:27 EST

At 05:37 PM 2/18/2007, Rich Blinne wrote:

>What Janice bolded:
>> From December 2003 to December 2005, MODIS captured these two
>> images showing a draw down of water in a subglacial lake (left)and
>> the rise of water in the same subglacial lake (right). Color coded
>> ICESat tracks across both images indicate rises and falls in the
>> elevation of the lake's water. (Credit: NASA)
>What I bolded:
>>In recent years, scientists have discovered more than 145
>>subglacial lakes, a smaller number of which composes this "plumbing
>>system" in the Antarctic. Bindschadler and Fricker; Ted Scambos of
>>the National Snow and Ice Data Center in Boulder, Colo.; and
>>Laurence Padman of Earth and Space Research in Corvallis, Ore.;
>>observed water discharging from these under-ice lakes into the
>>ocean in coastal areas. Their research has delivered new insight
>>into how much and how frequently these waterways "leak" water and
>>how many connect to the ocean.
>It's these leaks that are a cause for concern. ~ Rich Blinne

@ For whom is it "a cause for concern"?

I'll tell you.

It is a cause for concern to those mainly interested in finding a
plausible scam to transfer wealth from the first world to the third
through the purchase of "emission credits".

If you actually believe that the "concern" is all about reducing
greenhouse gases, then I know where there's a bridge for sale.

The day you'll know the central planners "seriously" believe that
human beings are responsible for "global warming", and aren't just
using scientists (wittingly or unwittingly) for their own ends, is the day:

[1] they refuse to exempt China, the world's second-biggest emitter
(14.8%) of greenhouse gases from proposed "regulations"...

[2] or the 27-member European Union, collectively the world's
third-biggest emitter (14%), isn't allowed to benefit from the
economic collapse of communist East Germany ...

[3] or Russia -- the world's fourth-biggest emitter (5.7%) --
doesn't get to benefit by having huge "emission credits" to sell to
other countries, not because of anything it did to reduce greenhouse
gases, but because its economy also collapsed around 1990 (Kyoto's
base year) after the fall of the Soviet Union. ..

[4] or India, the world's fifth-biggest emitter (5.5%), isn't
allowed to be exempt because it's also a developing country. ...

[5] or allowing Australia, the world's biggest per-capita emitter of
carbon dioxide due to its heavy reliance on coal, to opt out of
participation - like they did with Kyoto. (Or allowing them to
increase their emissions by 8% as they could have if they had agreed
to sign on to Kyoto). Almost 850 coal-fired energy plants
---planned by: China (562), by India (213) and by the U.S. (72) ---
over the next few years will pump an estimated five times more carbon
dioxide into the air than Kyoto would have removed.

What a joke! The number of dumb clucks in the United States will be
confirmed (since last November) when we soon get to see how many
will agree to having their taxes raised to fund "saving the planet" -
leaving the above-named countries laughing all the way to the bank.

To get an idea of what they plan to foist off onto the dumbed-down
products of government-run indoctrination centers who will definitely
fall for their schemes, click here:

~ Janice ... Ecclesiastes 1:7 All the rivers run into the sea; yet
the sea is not full; unto the place from whence the rivers come,
thither they return again.

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