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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby moe. » Fri May 06, 8:56 pm

modern roots wrote:Where did the rock hit? I'd like to travel there and look at it.


I saw this article and it reminded me of this post:

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/ ... g-asteroid

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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby modern roots » Sun May 15, 12:47 am

moe. wrote:
modern roots wrote:Where did the rock hit? I'd like to travel there and look at it.


I saw this article and it reminded me of this post:

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/ ... g-asteroid


Some people will fall for anything. Enjoy your harlequin journalism, by all means.

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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby Old Fart » Sun May 15, 12:54 am

modern roots wrote:
moe. wrote:
modern roots wrote:Where did the rock hit? I'd like to travel there and look at it.


I saw this article and it reminded me of this post:

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/ ... g-asteroid


Some people will fall for anything. Enjoy your harlequin journalism, by all means.
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So did man and dinosaurs walk the earth together?

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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby modern roots » Sun May 15, 1:04 am

Old Fart wrote:
modern roots wrote:
moe. wrote:
modern roots wrote:Where did the rock hit? I'd like to travel there and look at it.


I saw this article and it reminded me of this post:

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/ ... g-asteroid


Some people will fall for anything. Enjoy your harlequin journalism, by all means.
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So did man and dinosaurs walk the earth together?


I think so. Nothing to suggest otherwise.

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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby Old Fart » Sun May 15, 1:13 am

modern roots wrote:
Old Fart wrote:
modern roots wrote:
moe. wrote:
modern roots wrote:Where did the rock hit? I'd like to travel there and look at it.


I saw this article and it reminded me of this post:

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/ ... g-asteroid


Some people will fall for anything. Enjoy your harlequin journalism, by all means.
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So did man and dinosaurs walk the earth together?


I think so. Nothing to suggest otherwise.


Right.

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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby smokedpeppers » Sun Feb 26, 3:29 am

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http://www.sciencealert.com/siberia-s-h ... mitstart=1

Siberia's 'doorway to the Underworld' Is Getting So Big It's Uncovering Ancient Forests
ancient forest in sideria?? . we've had 2days of 70 this week, birds/plants are all bewildered .

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Re: Global warming anyone?

Postby moe. » Sun Feb 26, 5:57 pm

smokedpeppers wrote:Image
http://www.sciencealert.com/siberia-s-h ... mitstart=1

Siberia's 'doorway to the Underworld' Is Getting So Big It's Uncovering Ancient Forests
ancient forest in sideria?? . we've had 2days of 70 this week, birds/plants are all bewildered .


I think I recently saw a show on tv about this area. They were hunting for viable woolly mammoth DNA.


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