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You idiots got a better chance of your own government Nuking your cities before any sea would destroy it..Idiots with no brains, It's the new American way
Years ago, Japan experienced a mysterious illness, many died, They could not figure out what it was, but eventually discovered it was mercury poisoning.
Japan had dumped many mercury laden products off shore. The mercury leached and fish became laden with mercury which the people ate.
Smog we know of as smoke and pollution from factories. In the 1950s in Pennsylvania a town that had industry smoke stacks had smog and people became very ill and many died. It was found that a temperature inversion left the sulfur compound in the air and smog. But it was covered up by industry.
A few years late something similar happened in London, killing thousands.
As a result of the London even and the Pennsylvania event the US began creating environmental laws on emissions, the EPA, etc.
Today the UN is reporting that temperatures have not increased for the last 17 YEARS so why are we constantly bombarded with global climate change messages. The US is the only country that has reduced its carbon foot print, why is it always the US who needed to save the rest of the World. I says lets turn this one over to Europe for a change. Did you know that India and China have built a Coal Fired Electric Power Plant at the rate of 1 per week for the last 6 YEARS, that's over 312 coal power plants. Did you know these power plants are 5 times as dirty as the US Coal Fired power plants, not to mention we have shut down almost half of our plants. Oh yea, you'll love this, where do you think they get their coal to burn in their 5 times DIRTIER coal power plants ... Obama sells it to them.
Look, I am an Obama Zombie Moron ... la la la Obama is Cool la la la he's got a pretty mouth la la la ... the Tea Party are racist la la la ... where's my Obama phone ? Yea Obama ... he's swell. Mo GubBa'mInt cHeEze please.
How much rise in the seas was predicted to have happened by NOW? How much of that predicted rise has actually happened?
How many Ice Ages has the planet been through? What happens between Ice Ages?
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