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  • On Tue, 26 May 2015, 7:30pm PDT in Updated NASA data says polar ice cap is not receding, bob2356 said:

    Call it Crazy says

    Oh, I see.... Glaciers ONLY melt in the South pole and not in the North pole due to global warming...

    Oh wait...

    Arctic glacier’s galloping melt baffles scientists

    Melting ice caps and glaciers account for about a third of recent global sea level rise.


    iwog says

    This is why I've often said you're too stupid to be having these conversations. It's not a flame. You're literally too stupid and ignorant to be having these conversations.

    I love watching you backpedal and get so flustered when you're called out on your bullshit..

    It's so entertaining watching you fall forward into your own puke and bullshit!!

    Do you ever read what you post? The article is talking about glaciers on some small islands in the greenland sea, not the polar ice cap. Do you have the vaguest clue what you are talking about? Ice caps (under 50,000 sq km), ice sheets (over 50,000 sq km), and glaciers (moving ice caps or ice sheets) are all over land. If they melt they flow into the sea and cause the sea level to rise. All of antarctica is covered in ice sheets and glaciers. The north pole is covered by sea ice. Ice formed in the ocean. It doesn't affect sea level at all. There are NO glaciers in the arctic ocean. It's a SEA not LAND. There are a few (not many) glaciers in the lands surrounding the arctic ocean.

    Why bother, explaining anything to the willfully ignorant is a waste of time anyway.

    Yes captain if you melt your ice cube then dump it into your full drink your drink will overflow. Is this too tough for you? Should I type slower?

  • On Tue, 26 May 2015, 8:44am PDT in "..rather stupid and not very well-read.", bob2356 said:

    mell says

    finehoe says

    mell says

    The only rational position after using logic and reasoning is to arrive at Libertarian

    There's a reason no libertarian countries exist in the real world.

    Switzerland, Andorra, Monaco, Czech Reoublic. New Zealand, Ireland, Hong Kong (left-libertarian/georgist)

    Now that's funny. Libertarian? Switzerland? Every been there? The swiss love rules. Almost everything is regulated. Libertarian compulsary military service? Andorra is a large shopping mall with skiing, not a country. Try to get residency or do business there and see how libertarian it is. Monaco is a large casino, not a country. It's 400 acres for christ sakes. New Zealand has been semi to full on socialist for at least 75 years.

    Never been to czech republic,ireland, or hong kong. Can you document your experiences living and working in those countries showing how libertarian they are?

  • On Mon, 25 May 2015, 9:48pm PDT in Why people love New Jersey, bob2356 said:

    Call it Crazy says

    bob2356 says

    dumping half a pound of plutonium

    Hmmm, a "half of pound"?????

    an estimated 300 grams, or 101/2 ounces, of plutonium from the melted warhead remain in the sandy soil, entombed in asphalt and concrete.

    ....what once amounted to enough plutonium to fill a golf ball or even half a shot glass.

    300 grams is .661 pounds. You are really hopeless at math. 300 grams is a pretty good amount of plutonium. No one knows how much of that got off site during the firefighting.

    Call it Crazy says

    bob2356 says

    This was an open secret in the late 60's. Manchester, Lacey, Barnaget were the places to just drive through the boonies with the tanker nozzles open really late at night. Not to mention Ciba-Geigy, cancer clusters, and 9 superfund sites in ocean county. http://www.newyorker.com/tech/elements/a-town-plagued-by-water. https://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=266&dat=19801113&id=FRYxAAAAIBAJ&sjid=AeEFAAAAIBAJ&pg=5795,1651563&hl=en

    Nice spewing, but your article link only talks about Toms River and none of your other proclamations....

    Ciba-geigy was in toms river, toms river is a cancer cluster, there are 9 superfund sites in ocean county. More than 37 states. Toms river has 2 superfund sites. It's right there in the story. I guess you weren't bright enough to open the second link which specifically talks about waste haulers emptying tankers in the pine barrens.

    Read don fagin's book about ciba geigy. It was finally published a couple years ago, my aunt sent me a copy, it's horrifying. They dumped all the chemicals into the toms river until the 60's then built a pipeline into the ocean. The pipe broke in 1984 and dumped all the chemicals onto ortley beach for a year until it was fixed. Plus 6000 barrels of waste stored on fleich farm on rt 9 north. I knew most of this but the actual details are far worse than town gossip.

    Call it Crazy says

    bob2356 says

    or how to clean up the site to this day.

    ..."And finally, this June 8, 2010 article from New Jersey’s Burlington County Times reports that the Bomarc cleanup was almost finished some 50 years after the fact (source: NewsBank):

    Environmental disaster - Fifty years ago, a fire at a missile base in the Pinelands released plutonium across the 75-acre site. The cleanup is expected to be declared complete later this year.

    Bob, why do you lie so much?

    Great, they finally cleaned it up after 50 years. I missed that story. Mea culpa, I got one detail wrong. I was living 9,000 miles away at the time so keeping up with the burlington times wasn't top priority.

    Call it Crazy says

    bob2356 says

    The days of getting great pizza every 100 yards in jersey are long gone. The mcchains and subway have crushed the little local guys. I was shocked how few of the mom and pop pizza places there were last time I went to jersey.

    Once again, the lies keep coming...

    There are boat loads of mom and pop pizza places making great pizza throughout Jersey... but you rather continue to lie...

    I drove rt 36 from the parkway to sandy hook and 35 from red bank to keyport last summer. At least 1/2 of the pizza places I used to frequent regularly in the early 90's were gone and not replaced. There were lots and lots of chain resturants that weren't there before. Maybe there are boat loads compared to kansas, but compared to jersey 20+ years ago there are a lot less. Bagel places are harder to find also. My 2 favorites (matawan/freehold) were gone. As was 2 of the stewarts I used to go to. Thank god jersey freeze in freehold is still there.

    Maybe ocean county hasn't changed in the last 20 years. I don't go there other than quickly on and off the parkway. Thankfully the only person I visit in ocean country lives within 1/2 mile of the parkway so my exposure is mercifully brief.

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