Global Warming Faq

Please leave a comment about this site or about climate change in general! Regards, Tom.

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July 9th 2007
01:05:40 PM
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Peter G

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Fantastic resource, well done.

   
January 11th 2007
09:02:26 AM
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Don

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www.pilipali.net

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a great site with useful information. thanks for the help

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roska.veikko@suomifinland.com

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May 17th 2006
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Eyal Morag

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/science/story/0,,1774815,00.html
http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/summary/311/5763/963
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/4508964.stm
http://nsidc.org/sotc/iceshelves.html
Jim Hansen's Very Urgent Warning

It's not too late
from The Heat Is Online
OP-ED By James Hansen
International Herald Tribune, Dec. 13, 2005
The Earth's history suggests that with warming of two to three degrees, the new sea level will include not only most of the ice from Greenland and West Antarctica, but a portion of East Antarctica, raising the sea level by 25 meters, or 80 feet. Within a century, coastal dwellers will be faced with irregular flooding associated with storms. They will have to continually rebuild above a transient water level.

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March 17th 2006
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Torby Papierowe

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Hello, a really interesting experience to visit your website

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March 15th 2006
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O.

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Thank you very much, Tom.
People like you help understanding the facts.
A pity this site nor others like realclimate.org, etc., are known by most inhabitants of Earth.
BTW.. statements as the one for coral dying is true as far as I know, but these conditions allow concomitantly a kind of parasitic disease for corals. Anyway, I am no expert and your site is excelent source of knowledge.
All the best,
O.

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January 18th 2006
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Brian S

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Excellent Tom! just what i was looking for, makes for great evening reading. thanks again. see you in the forums.
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Brian S

   
August 9th 2005
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Paul

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Very interesting, good site, thank you, Paul

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July 17th 2005
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Margaret W Price England

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I am researching the effects of Climate Change on Plant-life on Land and in the Oceans,and this is the most outstanding,informative and user-friendly Website I have found!Thanks very much-I shall visit you again!

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February 1st 2005
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The InstaPLANET Cultural UNIVERSE

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Hello Tom and Fellow Net-Citizens,


The InstaPLANET Cultural UNIVERSE appreciates your making this very essential data on Global Warming available to the public via your excellent site. - Thank you!

Here at www.InstaPLANET.com we believe that it should be required reading for any elected official in any administration of any nation, so that they may implement policies to protect our global Eco-System from further damage.



:: We have linked-in your FAQ on Global Warming on our page titled The InstaPLANET Calls All U.S. Citizens To Safeguard Human Rights - please take a look-see.::



*** All peoples of the world share only one home : Planet Earth : - Let's dedicate ourselves to keeping it well!***


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August 10th 2004
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Mario Martini

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What will be the effect on CO2 concentration levels in the atmosphere, as the Amazon forest continues to shrink. Please comment ont overall effect of the deforestation of the Amazon basin.

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