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Tuesday, 15 December 2009

Global Warming

A monster iceberg was spotted drifting towards Australia on 9 December 2009  in what scientists called a once-in-a-century event while the 15th United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP15) is taking place at Bella Center in Copenhagen from the 7th to the 18th of December, 2009.

The 140-square-kilometre (54-square-mile) island-sized iceberg, known as B17B, is breaking up as it drifts closer to Australia, producing hundreds of smaller slabs spread over a massive area of ocean, prompting a maritime alert for vessels in the area.

Many of the effects of global warming have been well-documented, and observations from real life are very much consistent with earlier predictions. It is the precise extent that is difficult to predict. Among the effects that can be predicted are:
(a) More droughts and more flooding 
(b) Less ice and snow
(c) More extreme weather incidents
(d) Rising sea level

DO OUR SMALL BITS FOR MOTHER EARTH !
TO HAVE MORE GOOD YEARS OF THIS !
WE CAN FORGET ABOUT THE POLITICKING !

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