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The Oceans are dying!!!!

 
Anonymous Coward
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08/01/2011 04:56 PM
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Oh well, with Niburu/Elenin on the way it doesn't much matter does it?
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And if the dwarf star turns out to be bullshit the debt crisis will screw the world anyways.

Even if they nudge the celing a bit more its just delayed the inevitable.

WW3 comes.

No matter which way you look at it..

WE ARE DOOMED!
NhinXa
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08/01/2011 05:06 PM
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This is all due to overpopulation, which inevitably results in overfishing and destruction of the natural habitat, but there are so many people that are blind to the truth of reality, which is why they will not be able to recognize it.

Become a people of truth and justice by abandoning your false religions and egotism, and by learning to control yourselves and your evil augmentation.
NhinXa
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08/02/2011 01:29 PM
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Oceans in Distress Foreshadow Mass Extinction

The recent fast global decline of ocean health points to a level of marine die-off similar to the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum.


THE GIST

* The global marine environment is getting warmer, more acidic, and low on oxygen and all are consequences of human activity.
* Ocean health has declined further and faster than dire forecasts only a few years ago.

[link to news.discovery.com]
redlicorice

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08/02/2011 01:48 PM
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Ten Things YOU Can do to Save Our Ocean!

[link to dusk2.geo.orst.edu]

I know, it's too late you say. It's never too late to start good environmental habits.

Last Edited by redlicorice on 08/02/2011 01:54 PM
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08/02/2011 01:58 PM
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Scientists name world's most important marine conservation hotspots

For the study, she split the oceans up into a grid of roughly 10,000 square kilometre boxes and examined which species lived in which boxes. The boxes were also assigned values based on whether they contained important feeding grounds or if they were in migration routes.

The main conservation areas, which contain 108 species, are the coasts of Baja California, north-eastern America, Peru, Argentina, north-western Africa, South Africa, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. The 11 smaller conservation zones, which each contained unique species specific to them, included areas around Hawaiian and Galapagos Islands, Lake Baikal in Siberia and major rivers such as the Amazon, Ganges and Yangtze.

Sandra Pompa, an ecologist at the National Autonomous University of Mexico who led the study...

[link to www.redorbit.com]

Last Edited by redlicorice on 08/02/2011 02:02 PM
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