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Re: Greenhouse effect

  • Subject: Re: Greenhouse effect
  • From: SelbyHort@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 9 Sep 2001 21:37:36 -0500 (CDT)

All this and also consider the drastic climate change we will experience 
should things warm up enough to melt ice caps. Coastal flooding will be the 
least of the problems.
Donna

<< Missed the first few messages but if youre actually debating the concept 
of 
 flooding from global warming remember general chemistry.
 Put your ice water in an accurate beaker and then melt it and measure its 
 volume again. Warm water has a higher volume than cold and it is not so much 
 the melting of the ice that will be a problem but the several degree change 
 in water temperature resulting in a higher volume, hence flooding! Multiply 
 your beaker by several hundred billion and that should give a slighy 
estimate 
 of  what were facing.
  >>





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