« on: June 19, 2013, 06:38:04 PM »
pretty good day until i heard about James Gandolfini
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http://rt.com/news/man-killed-homophobia-russia-198/Russians are so interesting. It's my understanding that they are all brilliant and über-masculine and completely unethical.
Yes, that sums them up very well. It's impossible to deal with them. The smallest thing becomes the biggest pain in the ass. They will also curse your entire family if they don't like how negotiations ended. Like, they finally agree to some terms and then tell you they hope your entire family suffers a horrible fate during the handshake and contract signing.
Well, then lets focus on the correct thermal principal. Convection. conduction isn't that big of a player except from the surface to less than an inch above the ground. But on to the CO2 specifically: It absorbs infrared light in the atmosphere. The "air" absorbs all non-blue light, thus it contains the infrared complement, that is in turn absorbed by the CO2. The net radiation of infrared from the earth if ~400 W/m2 and in the upper limites of the atmosphere, it radiatess ~ 250 W/m2, with smoething like 150 W/m2 absorbed in the atmosphere itself. Now, based on the isotopes of carbon found, the amount of carbon produced into the atmosphere over the past 150 years is approx. 500billion metric tons, enough to increase the atmospheric CO2 concentration by 30%. 280ppm to 390ppm....should be higher, right? Thanks ocean, for taking the rest.The concept isn't that hard to understand. Greenhouse gases trap heat. The quantity of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere is increasing. Therefore, the earth is going to get hotter. LOL at going out with thermometers and tracking global temperature to try to prove anything. That's the global weather, not climate.
You don't know what you're talking about quite yet but you're headed in the right direction.
Feel free to elaborate.
Well the thermal conductivity of CO2 is 0.105 (W/m*K). Air is 0.0243 (both at 0 deg C). So it appears air is a better insulator than carbon dioxide. How in the world is air with an increased concentration of CO2 trapping heat?
The "lifetime in the atmosphere" of CO2 is much higher than O2, for example. Basically, based on the oxygen and carbon cycles, oxygen is cycled through more quickly and develops offsets that have a net loss in heat, whereas CO2 has a slower cycle and develops a net gain in heat.
We're focused on the trapping of the heat first. Then we'll get into your chemistry voo doo. I bid you good day, sir!
Because the klimate krazies will leave no stone unturned trying to find that elusive warming. The latest peer-reviewed study suggests it may be hiding in peoples' ovens. Crazy stuff.why do repubs sub in K's for C's like this?
is "lax regulation" really the new Con talking point regarding abortions? sad. not even trying anymore.I don't understand your point here. Late term abortions are already illegal and those who perform them should be punished by law. If they are not punished that has nothing to do with the right to choose but rather is a law enforcement problem. You are trying to turn this into something that it isn't
As I've explained above, repeatedly, this is not just a law enforcement issue. The pertinent question is not whether these atrocities are illegal, which they are, but how these monsters are able to operate for so long before they're exposed. Lax regulation is to blame. And what is the cause of lax regulation? The grand jury pegged it in the Gosnell matter, and I expect this problem exists nationwide. Even in red states, the bureaucracy is largely liberal. I would encourage you to read the detailed grand jury report linked above, at least the sections on all the government agencies that looked the other way. It's almost as sickening as the heinous crimes themselves.
he's not holding an electric device just talking into it, it sure wouldn't KILL him to hold his own umberlla, this picture makes me sick, among others of him.
What the crap is a Muslim flag doing beside old glory
hummingbirds love hibiscus plantsIf you want some pro-tips, I would gladly give you some. I am guessing your bro has probably given you some already. The first thing you need to know is that the hibiscus tree should be watered every day once the weather warms up. You should have used a bigger pot. For several years I had hibiscus trees in some large 3 ft tall pots. They are a cool plant, but in the heat of summer they drink lots of water. I run drip irrigation to all of my plants so I don't have to mess with watering anything. I leave for a week, come home and everything still looks awesome.
I'm definitely going to repot the hibiscus, had already used all my large pots when my brother dropped it off.
What did you do with it during the winter? I just plan on moving it next to a window in the garage.
Common Sense: You should tip at a restaurantwhat if you refill a mug and filled it yourself?
Not Common Sense but should be: You should tip at a coffee shop
Are all going to be in Dallas this week for Bush's Library opening. If anyone hears where Clinton is staying let me know, I want to go party with Bill.
Glad I'm off work tomorrow, traffic will probably be a nightmare.
Marie Curie (1867–1934) invented the process to isolate radium after co-discovering the radioactive elements radium and polonium. She died of aplastic anemia as a result of prolonged exposure to ionizing radiation emanating from her research materials. The dangers of radiation were not well understood at the time