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December 23, 2007

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Ehlvira

Collyn - Ok .I will sadly say that my favorite wetsbie is Facebook. I'm 23, fresh out of college, first year teaching, and have a baby on the way. It is BY FAR the easiest way for me to stay in touch with family and friends. Oh how wonderful technology is!!

Dingaan

Most opinions above are well thuoght. However, in order to save the planet, we have to completely change our thinking and lifestyle. Regulating CO2 is a good thing. But how about the use of other nature resources. Forest, water, minerals . Habitats of other species are destroyed for agriculture, residential, transporation, industries .. Just read the plight of orang utans in Borneo. Regulating CO2 is not making a dent into where we are heading. Since the dawn of agriculture, we have been changing the planet. Then with the industrialization of the world since the 1700 s, we're changing the planet at a faster rate. Now we are are near/have passed the tipping point. Many solutions are out there. But we can really learn from other species around us. They live on what mother nature provides them each and every day. Yes, they may not have comfort and security. But if we want to save the planet, we have to choose either having comfort/security or save the planet. We can't have both. That is the way Mother Nature works.

Brian H

Increased tropical sea temps pump more moisture into the upper atmosphere, which causes increased snowfall at high elevations, e.g. the Alps.

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