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    Comments ( 4 )

    Oh my God! I had forgotten about this! This was and still is sooo funny! I’m so glad to see it again. This is so cool!

    JillNo Gravatar added these pithy words on Feb 19 15 at 2:36 am
    Remember the first time I saw this I laugh so hard my tears broke out. Now it has the same effect. Thanks!

    IvanNo Gravatar added these pithy words on Mar 29 15 at 10:44 pm
    Very good stuff with good ideas and concepts, lots of great information and inspiration, both of which we all need.

    http://www.channel-ferries.co.ukNo Gravatar added these pithy words on May 18 15 at 12:13 am
    Original title: study says climate warming caused by ocean acidification increased risk of the disappearance of the Great Barrier Reef data figure: Great Barrier Reef. Beijing February 25, according to foreign media reported on 25, the researchers said, with the warming of ocean acidification, the world’s largest risk coral reef, Australia Great Barrier Reef disappear is larger than previously expected. it is because with the ocean absorbs more people burning fossil fuels produces carbon dioxide, seawater aragonite (orthe) content will accelerate the reduction. Aragonite is a mineral composition of the coral skeleton. as marine chemical environment is destroyed, the seawater pH value decreased, aragonite content decreased, coral to rebuild its skeleton, but will with the passage of time and gradually disintegrated. according to published research report in the journal Nature communications journal, researchers in Australia and Saudi Arabia established a set of new patterns, the Great Barrier Reef to measure more than 3000 reefs of the aragonite saturation. to measure 2300 kilometers each coral reef growth of aragonite saturation is an impossible task. So the measurement model research team includes ocean circulation and water chemical environment, and direct observation data. They can be found in the area from the change in the past cannot be observed. their analysis of the data and predicted that the Great Barrier Reef in the future of the aragonite saturation decline, larger than the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on climate change (IPCC) predicts that the magnitude of the. this means that even if countries promise greatly reduce carbon dioxide emissions, but also to prevent the “coral cover, biodiversity and affected the ability to recover”. Study on IPCC showed elevated levels of carbon dioxide have led to global ocean acidity increased by about 26% than the pre industrial, and may have led to the demise of the coral reef to reverse the trend. the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) said that nearly 1/3 of the world’s coral reefs have disappeared, and by the middle of this century, the earth would never find coral reef.

    Boston BruinsNo Gravatar added these pithy words on Mar 23 16 at 6:22 pm

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