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Alternate headline. Harvard and Yale climate scientists got really baked when watching “Who Shot Mr. Burns”.

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Interesting, the feds day that coal is safe and wind is dying, while a private utility is going whole hog on renewables, even excluding subsidies, based on cost.

http://ieefa.org/nextera-solar-wind-and ... isruptive/
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The markets have priced in climate change models based on CMEX weather futures prices.

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Uh, do you really think it helps your anti-climate change case when you state that humans increased CO2 by 33%?

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Mo wrote:Uh, do you really think it helps your anti-climate change case when you state that humans increased CO2 by 33%?

But it's just one dot, Mo!
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Ugh that’s dumb.

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I didn't know there was that much argon floating around.
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Warren wrote:
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I didn't know there was that much argon floating around.
Never exposed to navy nuke ELT calculations? For the purposes of radcon math, air is 80% Nitrogen, 20% Oxygen, and 1% Argon. (And yes, it's not supposed to add up to 100%)
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Warren wrote:
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I didn't know there was that much argon floating around.
Same
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Kolohe wrote:
19 Aug 2019, 11:58
Warren wrote:
19 Aug 2019, 11:52
I didn't know there was that much argon floating around.
Never exposed to navy nuke ELT calculations? For the purposes of radcon math, air is 80% Nitrogen, 20% Oxygen, and 1% Argon. (And yes, it's not supposed to add up to 100%)
R-5 was the Rad-Lab on my ship. They issued me a dosimeter, but that was as much contact with that world as I had. Everything with them took three times as long and involved mountains of paperwork. Whenever they were doing their contamination drills, mopping up bug juice, it was best to avoid that deck altogether.
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Warren wrote:I didn't know there was that much argon floating around.
It's not as famous as the other DOE labs, but it's actually a pretty big place.
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I could never see the the Argonne for the trees.
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I thought Argon was the guy who became king at the end of Lord of the Rings.
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Noble, but not that noble.

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Argon is what you say to an infant after they drink all their juice.
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Or what he says when you ask a pirate about his lost love.

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I realize this is a stupid question to anyone who actually knows stuff, but I don't actually know the answer: if the sea level is going to rise, say, two inches, why can't we just build a two-inch-high wall all along the American coastline?
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Ellie wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 10:52
I realize this is a stupid question to anyone who actually knows stuff, but I don't actually know the answer: if the sea level is going to rise, say, two inches, why can't we just build a two-inch-high wall all along the American coastline?
Democrats would block funding.

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"What is is this, a seawall for ants?!"

But seriously, what sealevel rise does is not so much on the static, that is mean level, but makes the maximums during tidal cycle variations and storm surges even higher (& even more extreme when they happen together)

It also causes salinity gradient in tidal areas to advance further inland, and sometimes, displace fresh water aquifers.
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Kolohe wrote:"What is is this, a seawall for ants?!"

But seriously, what sealevel rise does is not so much on the static, that is mean level, but makes the maximums during tidal cycle variations and storm surges even higher (& even more extreme when they happen together)

It also causes salinity gradient in tidal areas to advance further inland, and sometimes, displace fresh water aquifers.
Also, in places like Florida, the seabed has porous rock, so all the sea wall in the world is going to do fuckall. That’s why the issue of sunny day flooding in Miami is a big issue without simple solutions.
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Mo wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 12:47
Kolohe wrote:"What is is this, a seawall for ants?!"

But seriously, what sealevel rise does is not so much on the static, that is mean level, but makes the maximums during tidal cycle variations and storm surges even higher (& even more extreme when they happen together)

It also causes salinity gradient in tidal areas to advance further inland, and sometimes, displace fresh water aquifers.
Also, in places like Florida, the seabed has porous rock, so all the sea wall in the world is going to do fuckall. That’s why the issue of sunny day flooding in Miami is a big issue without simple solutions.
In Miami's case I can think of a solution.
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lunchstealer wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 14:29
Mo wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 12:47
Kolohe wrote:"What is is this, a seawall for ants?!"

But seriously, what sealevel rise does is not so much on the static, that is mean level, but makes the maximums during tidal cycle variations and storm surges even higher (& even more extreme when they happen together)

It also causes salinity gradient in tidal areas to advance further inland, and sometimes, displace fresh water aquifers.
Also, in places like Florida, the seabed has porous rock, so all the sea wall in the world is going to do fuckall. That’s why the issue of sunny day flooding in Miami is a big issue without simple solutions.
In Miami's case I can think of a solution.
I think you need to play a couple more rounds of "And then what?"
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Warren wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 14:32
lunchstealer wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 14:29
Mo wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 12:47
Kolohe wrote:"What is is this, a seawall for ants?!"

But seriously, what sealevel rise does is not so much on the static, that is mean level, but makes the maximums during tidal cycle variations and storm surges even higher (& even more extreme when they happen together)

It also causes salinity gradient in tidal areas to advance further inland, and sometimes, displace fresh water aquifers.
Also, in places like Florida, the seabed has porous rock, so all the sea wall in the world is going to do fuckall. That’s why the issue of sunny day flooding in Miami is a big issue without simple solutions.
In Miami's case I can think of a solution.
I think you need to play a couple more rounds of "And then what?"
What? My solution is final.
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But is Florida Man really a Miami phenomenon? I feel like the nukes need to land farther north.
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lunchstealer wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 16:13
Warren wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 14:32
lunchstealer wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 14:29
Mo wrote:
24 Aug 2019, 12:47
Kolohe wrote:"What is is this, a seawall for ants?!"

But seriously, what sealevel rise does is not so much on the static, that is mean level, but makes the maximums during tidal cycle variations and storm surges even higher (& even more extreme when they happen together)

It also causes salinity gradient in tidal areas to advance further inland, and sometimes, displace fresh water aquifers.
Also, in places like Florida, the seabed has porous rock, so all the sea wall in the world is going to do fuckall. That’s why the issue of sunny day flooding in Miami is a big issue without simple solutions.
In Miami's case I can think of a solution.
I think you need to play a couple more rounds of "And then what?"
What? My solution is final.
Does it put an end to spacetime?
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