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Why Do You Ask?

From asking questions that require an answer To asking questions that require a conversation.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

From the Dept. of Earth vs. Mankind


The first from Popular Science.
The second from TEDTalks.
Wait, now pollution is preventing global warming? That’s the conclusion of a recent study in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, which says rising temperatures seen in Europe over the last few years result as much from the reduction of air pollution as from the creation of it. The research, which looked at the effects of aerosols on climate, confirms an older concept known as global dimming, and complicates our understanding of how mankind affects the climate.
Read More: http://www.popsci.com/environment/article/2008-07/pollution-slowing-global-warming

We have only explored 3% of our oceans, and already we have found our tallest mountains, deepest valleys, underwater lakes, underwater waterfalls...  In a place where we thought we would find no life at all, we found more life, more diversity and density than in the tropical rain forests; which tells us we don't know much about this planet at all.
-David Gallo (at minute 1:22-1:50)

Take 5 minutes and watch the whole amazing thing.

It's as if the earth is saying, "YDKJ!"

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