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Date: 18 Apr 2007 11:46:15 GMT
From: Dave Hinz <DaveHinznospaml.com>
Subject: Re: Octane ratings.....what's the truth?


On Wed, 18 Apr 2007 02:42:57 GMT, still me <wheeledBobnospamo.com> wrote: > On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 20:40:50 -0400, "John" <johnnospamg.org> wrote: > > >> >>Where is the real, factual, documented evidence that man is causing the >>warming? > > There will never, ever, be evidence that some specific piece of carbon > caused a specific change in the climate. The system is too large. If > you think you've proved something by being able to poke that hole, go > say a cheer for yourself. He didn't ask for that, he asked for "...evidence that man is causing the warming?". > On the other hand, you could go read some > research without the expectation of a pre-defined outcome, and see > what it seems to be saying. Got pointers? >>And why will the sea level rise? Melting glaciers? If that is the case >>then why doesn't my capt&morgan spill out over the top of the glass as the >>ice cubes melt? Isn't there something called displacement at work with the >>ice? > If you pile the ice in the glass such that it rises above the top of > the glass, then fill the glass with liquid, when the ice melts it will > raise the level of the liquid. But, if this level of conceptual > thinking is beyond you, I suggest you skip the research I suggested > reading a moment ago. The point you're trying to make, and the point he's trying to make, are the same. He seems to have said it better. It's not about "rising above the top of the glass" (you can do that with floatation), it's about the ice that's sitting on something solid rather than floating. I also question your volumetrics but that's another problem. So...I'm not him, he's not me, but I'm still interested in unbiased research on this topic that I can read. And I'm still not getting any pointers. So I'm still treating the same as the "coming ice age" hype of the 1970s.

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