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This is an imported shoe which is made of polished leather. Its outsole is cupsole and made of rubber. The heel is stacked and miniature in size. The toe features split oxford design. Frontal lace up closure system ensure secure fit. It can be found in following colors: dark brown, black and British tan.

 

 
 
 
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I am tired of this argument between the alarmist and deniers.
Why not just print a lot of Euros and Dollars and start sending them in bushels to Nigeria and a few other poor countries. The UN can manage the distribution channels. The locals can buy windmill and solar panels. Problem solved. Best of all, we can all feel good about ourselves. I like the idea and I can drive my diesel VW without guilt. Yes, the same thing. Successive presidents proclaiming that we need to develop alternative computing and telecom technologies, and raising taxes on mainframes and Princess phones in order to subsidize PCs and cell phone technology, all driven by a well calibrated combination of government mandates and subsidies. Uh ... Cell phones and PCs were not developed primarily using the taxpayers' money.  Personally, I'm all for companies and individuals developing alternative energy sources. One day our fossil fuels will be depleted to the point where they become very expensive. There will be a big payoff to companies that develop practical energy sources.  Government funding pretty much assures that the wrong alternative energy technologies will be chosen. Let private companies compete in the marketplace. We will end up with much better energy sources in the long run. Much about the heat transfer process is not well understood or measured, especially how some of the concepts interact. But consider:

CO2 insulates, especially in lab experiments with gas-filled jars. It also insulates a little bit in the atmosphere. But much of the heat that escapes the earth is not radiated directly through the atmosphere. That portion is transported within warm air through convection to higher altitudes. Then, at many tens of thousands of feet in elevation, the heat is radiated to space. It bypasses most of the CO2, methane, water vapor and other insulators that could block it. So, for that specific process, greenhouse gasses are irrelevant. I got your comments forwarded, thanks. Clicking on them puts me back to the WSJ commentary, but doesn't get me to your comment which makes it too dam hard to bother, so I picked this way instead. (If anyone can tell me if there's a clever way to get back to the exact comment - it happens automatically, as I recall on Climate Depot....) Is it just a matter of being too type A and not waiting long enough?

A nice concatenation of the facts and politics of the matter. Thanks to Lord Ridley and Mr. Peiser. Has anyone noticed, though, that China has bet, and bet big, on sea levels *not* rising? China is so sure that there will be no sea level rise that it is actually building low-lying *islands* in the South China Sea, building airfields and expensive military installations on them. OK, Obama and his minions don't believe in sea-level rise either, but did the Chinese have to be so blatant about it? Are they getting ready to actually *say* that the boy Emperor has no clothes? I'm going long Orville Redenbacher common... Miami is suffering because the storm sewers don't work at high tide anymore. The system was designed years ago. Now if it rains near high tide S.Beach the most expensive part of Florida is under water. But we don't believe science. I don't mind the WSJ writing stories by anti science creationist, as long as they give the other side equal time. But they don't.

Did you notice the part where the author said that the sea level has continued it's slow rise that has been going on for centuries? That rise is about 1 foot per century. So if the Miami sewer system were built in the 1920's then ocean levels would likely be one foot higher now than then. Not knowing that in the 1920's, the engineers probably did not take that into account. This is not a conspiracy of "anti science creationists".

 

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