Despite the fact that I liked the effort you put on all that math and especially about this "then attempted to cover it up with the same generic, baseless catch phrases and political jargon", well...all I have to say is I'm not really that good at argumenting, but anyway this is the part where I show you what's my "ignorance" about: Ice is extremely heavy -weighing about one ton per cubic meter- and glaciers are massive sheets of ice. When they are intact, glaciers exert enormous pressure on the portion of the Earth’s surface they cover. When glaciers begin to melt -as they are doing now at an increasingly rapid rate due to global warming- that pressure is reduced and eventually released. Geologists say releasing that pressure on the Earth’s surface will cause all sorts of geologic reactions, such as earthquakes, tsunamis (caused by undersea earthquakes) and volcanic eruptions......Wu said melting ice in Antarctica is already triggering earthquakes and underwater landslides. These events aren’t getting much attention, but they are early warnings of the more serious events that scientists believe are coming. According to Wu, global warming will create “lots of earthquakes.” Professor Wu is not alone in his assessment. Writing in New Scientist magazine, Bill McGuire, professor of geological hazards at University College in London, said: "All over the world evidence is stacking up that changes in global climate can and do affect the frequencies of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions and catastrophic sea-floor landslides. Not only has this happened several times throughout Earth's history, the evidence suggests it is happening again." SourceGeologists have now understood the relationship between the glacial pressure and the increase in the number of earthquakes and hence, tsunamis. It has been established that the receding volume of water, which exists in the form of massive frozen glaciers, is altering the pressure created on the Earth’s surface. Glaciers are enormous in size and weight and thus are able to exert an immense pressure on the surface below. With rising temperatures due to global warming, these glaciers are slowly melting away. Hence, the pressure exerted at various points on the Earth’s surface is being tampered with and as a result, geologic reactions occur. The reduction in pressure means that the stress exerted along the Earth’s crust, particularly along the volcano lines and fissures is reduced. As explained above, anything that is capable of inducing severe levels of seismic activity can cause tsunamis and hence, global warming does contribute to the formation of tsunamis.It is very hard to precisely predict sub-marine earthquakes and most large-scale tsunamis have occurred with little or no warning signals. Again, every earthquake along or near the ocean bed may not necessarily cause a tsunami. However, we can make our own contribution to reducing their occurrence by curbing global warming.SourceAnd I can keep copy-pasting all you want, but I guess you won't read that much.
Just curious on how many recent news articles you want me to copy and paste for you that debunked nearly all of the "science" about Global Warming? Even your messaih Al Gore admitted that he falsified information for political and economical gains.
I am sorry that you feel you are not very good at "argumenting"Before I address your new theory, let me remind you that your original argument was:
I bought the "TRH" and I regret it, it doesn't look that great and runs funny. I'm not going to make the same mistake and buy this one...I will buy a blizzard store mount if it is overflowing with awesomeness.
Reminds me of a Manticore.
This thread has a high Wall o' Text to Post ratio.
Global warming has existed since the Earth cooled.....which is the literal start of the damn thing. What happened in Japan had nothing to do with it, as whether it happened 100 years ago, a 1000 or more, still would have had the same effect.....except more death and destruction. And the next time a quake like this happens, you know the tsunami won't cause as much damage; look at the actual damage from the quake compared to the one 15 years ago: Japan is good at accepting a disaster and preparing for the next...now, if the rest of the world could figure that out, we'd see a lot less mass destruction.
A fool and their money...
If you want to discuss something else than what the topic is really about, please do it somewhere else.