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Rand Simberg" wrote
Actually, it was a classic case of press hysteria. Most of the reporting

turned out
to be wrong.


That's what you get when infotainment for profit replaces news reporting.



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"Lloyd Parker" wrote
Half of the population isn't still displaced?
So all those people weren't trapped in the Superdome of Convention Center?


The funniest part was where Bush's appointed head of FEMA learned of their
existance from Ted Coppel during a live interview on Nightline. They had
been there walking in thier own **** and urine - without food or water - for
three days. The next day Bush congratulated the FEMA director for "doing a
great job".

Those who are complicit in incompetence, are deserving of incompetence.

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Coby Beck" wrote:
All the reports of child rapes and murders in the super dome were false.
All the reports of rampant looting and lawlessness in NOLA were wrong.

The
reports of stranded people shooting at rescue helicopters were wrong. All
the general depictions of poor black people as dangerous animals were

wrong.

Ya, but the Infotainment industry has a good excuse. They have a good
idea of what these Niggars are really like. Why else would they need to
hide from them behind the fences of their gated communities?


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"Rand Simberg" wrote
Don't forget the cannibalism.


It's interesting that it was reported on AmeriKKKan news, but only reported
as
- being reported by the U.S. media - on the BBC and CBC.

But you must admit, the reports from the U.S. Corporate run infotainment
industry were at the very least... Entertaining.

So long suckers...

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"Rand Simberg" wrote:
That there was a hurricane,


More than have ever been seen in recorded history.

"Rand Simberg" wrote:
with a lot of destruction,


Higher strength hurricanes as a result of Global Warming.


"Rand Simberg" wrote:
and that some people died and many were left homeless.


Thousands died, due to underfunding of the Levi system - a result of Bush
Budget Cuts - and died, while the Bush Administration and it's hand picked
political appointees in FEMA did nothing to assist the population - and in
many cases FEMA TOOK ACTIVE STEPS TO PREVENT AID FROM GETTING TO THE PEOPLE
OF NEWORLEANS and other damaged areas.

This reminds me of Bush's response to the ENRON disaster in California.
BUSH REFUSED TO TAKE ACTION TO PREVENT ENRON FROM RAPING THE PEOPLE OF
CALIFORNIA.



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On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 13:22:51 +0000, Lloyd Parker wrote:

Then why hasn't the current level caused accelerated plant growth and kept
the
level from growing?


LLLLLLoyd, Read and be enlightened!
http://www.nasa.gov/centers/goddard/...arthgreen.html



That wasn't what I asked. If plants growing will absorb all the CO2, why
haven't they done so already? Why is CO2 still increasing?


Last time I participated in a thread about plant life, it occurred to me
that this is one concept we could test, simply by measuring plant growth
as a function of CO2 and the change in Photosynthesis, by monitoring CO2
and O2 levels. Other than the obvious, plundering of rain forests and
forests in general for resources, I'm inclined to believe that plant life
is reacting to change, which means it'll always be behind the increase in
CO2. How far behind it will be could only be estimated. If it becomes a
serious problem, we could always move to Flagstaff, AZ. ;-)

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Scott Nudds wrote:
That dark cancerous growth on your ass is growing faster too. Maybe

you
should gamble that it's natures way of fixing your mistakes.



"Joe Jared" wrote in message
Actually, I had the growth on my ass removed 25 years ago. In an ironic
twist, the removal left a scar in the shape of a cross.


Well, that's one way to get a labotomy.

You can tell us Jared. Don't keep it secret. Your wart is now sitting
pretty in the oval office.


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Scott Nudds wrote:
Oh, I think the plants and 100,000 head of cattle that have just dies

in
the Texas wildfires would complain.


"Joe Jared" wrote:
You forgot to mention 11 humans.


Just as Bush has refused to recognize the 100,000 Iraqi civilians that he
has murdered.

But his administration does talk a lot about Iraqi oil.



"Joe Jared" wrote:
The plant life will naturally recover,


In a higher temperature world, that region is naturally as dry as the
sahara desert.

So long suckers....


"Joe Jared" wrote:
Naturally, there could
also be a loose association with many of the meteorological disasters over
the past 20 years, but still it's a small price to pay compared to the
benefits.


Benefits like ... Oh, more sand dunes to play on.
Benefits like ... Less land to fight over.

One real benefit.... The destruction of the AmeriKKKan state.

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"George" wrote
Until the CO2 raises the temperature high enough to kill the plants off,
then what? I don't know about you, but I'd prefer for the Sahara desert

to
remain where it is.


Well George, the Sahara is maken a new home in the oll U.S. of A.

I hope you enjoy it's stay.


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Scott Nudds wrote:
The trend does appear to be quit linear over the last 30 years -

although
not earlier. Like you, I expect this to change for the worse in the not

so
distant future, but I think that without evidence to the contrary, a

linear
projection is best.



wrote in message
Um, it seems increasingly likely that we're right about peak oil
production now, and more and more countries are talking about dumping
fossil fuel electrical production for nukes. Where exactly is all this
CO2 going to be coming from?


Coal.

 




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