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These are attractive boots which are made of leather upper. There are elastic panels on both sides which pull on construction at back for easy on and off. Its lining is made of leather and cushioned with Nike Air technology. It features mini stacked heel and a synthetic sole. Its heel is 1 and a quarter inches high and the weight is 1 pound and 3 ounces. The circumference and shaft is 11 inches and 6 inches respectively. Its made in copper and black colors and both are water resistant.


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"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." Why is there sea level rise at all, though? The answer is that it is because the globe is getting warmer. On human time scales, melting of snow and ice on land and thermal expansion are the only significant contributions to sea level rise. The Miami example illustrates one of the main dangers from increasing temperatures. We've built our civilization over the last century or two around conditions largely as they are now. Everything from where to grow what crops, where to build cities and more is all based on that. The greater the change in climate, the greater the cost of adapting to those changes and the greater the chance of negative outcomes to ecosystems that millions rely on for food that we can't predict with precision now.  Did you miss the part about CENTURIES of rise? Before the rise in CO2. To attribute an ongoing phenomena that has been happening for some time to recent CO2 rise is "non-scientific". To destroy our economy based on this fallacious correlation is foolish. You can destroy your livelihood if you want; leave me out of it.

Well, what people believe in New Jersey or a bar anywhere else doesn't make it true. Twenty miles inland, my New Jersey house and my tenants' cars sustained serious damage from Sandy and the trees she knocked down. We went nine cold days with no electrical power. No one jokes about that to this day. But no, I would not have trouble getting out of a bar, even if I were to say something as stupid and provocative as a comment about sea level. However, that is not my style. Hardly. I'm suggesting that there aren't many climate change deniers left on the Jersey Shore... Sandy convinced them. I suppose if you're sitting in Indianapolis, you don't care much, but if your house, which had withstood 120 years of New York winters, suddenly washed away, you might be inclined to change your thinking. What I'd be inclined to do is move to higher ground, and a place with a better climate, tax regime, and general quality of life. Staten Island and the Jersey Shore are dumps. The sea is rising, so why are we subsidizing people (re) building where the high tide line will be in less than a century? There are a lot of very simple, practical, and actually effective ways to mitigate the effects of climate change. Handing over the world economy to UN kleptocrats, and having the government interfere in every minutiae of life are not on that list.

People who oppose the wholesale turning over of the world economy to bureaucrats are not "climate change deniers", we are people who aren't Pantheist Marxist True Believers. All of this chatter, all of these climate conferences, all of this legislation on carbon sequestration and offset credits, all of these grants for climate studies, and much more are founded upon: A) a trace gas that. B) has a minimal impact on the climate through. C) a heat transfer process that few pundits understand, and. D) may have already reached its saturation point for climate effect, and. E) has only a fraction of the effect on climate that water has, and whose effect (CO2) is. F) overwhelmed, swamped and lost in the statistical noise of normal climate variation, but. G) is a vital gas for global life processes and cannot be eliminated, and is then otherwise valued mainly for. H) political manipulation, grandstanding, deception, fraudulent schemes and other such nefarious ventures.  Keep in mind that today's issue of global warming or anthropomorphic climate change can be best examined through the study of group human behaviour than through science.


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