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Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Some values for pH at high CO2 concentrations, such as an underwater CO2 vent: PCO2 = 0.01 atm, pH = 6.73 PCO2 = 0.10 atm, pH = 5.74 PCO2 = 1.00 atm, pH = 4.74
    Calvin
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    US tax dollars at work doing nothing A new website full of US funded projects promoting low CO2 emissions abroad. Money for nothing. Here is the proper URL: https://www.ec-leds.org/ David
    David Wojick
    3:00 PM
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    Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Calvin: A really useful graph. Thanks. Bryce ... Calvin:   A really useful graph.  Thanks. Bryce On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 11:10 AM, Calvin
      Bryce Johnson
      12:55 PM
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      Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr Prepare for the headlines when the Red and Missouri Rivers flood in a short time. - Al On Wed, Apr 16, 2014 at 3:28 PM, C. Bruce Richardson Jr. ... Prepare for
      Albert Masetti
      12:33 PM
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      Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Frigid East’ To Manmade C Another “a major new study finds” story. A “polar bear story” without polar bears. “They used powerful computers ‘to simulate the effects of
      C. Bruce Richardson Jr.
      12:28 PM
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      Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! The best way to describe the effect of CO2 on ocean pH is “pH lowering” with the caveat that the ocean will remain alkaline (pH > 7) after CO2 is trebled
        Calvin
        11:10 AM
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        Re: New Book: The Philosophy of Global Warming Neil, Please do not post great long posts like you did. Keep it short. Please, no one reply to Neil's long post as it will screw up the CCD Digest. If you want
        David Wojick
        9:38 AM
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        Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr What Babble, Bob... Researchers have Òuncovered evidence that can trace the ampliÞcation of the dipole to human inßuences.Ó It has only been going on for
        Gary Sharp
        9:19 AM
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        Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr Some decades ago, a friend who grew up in California said that it was desert and they ALWAYS had droughts there. Rain came down about once in ten years.
        Albert Masetti
        7:05 AM
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        Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr If I may tag onto this posting, both Hurricane Hazel (1950-sometime) and Sandy were due to the same cause, a blocking high that prevented the storm from moving
        Ian McQueen
        7:01 AM
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        Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr By the way, California has a lot of desert and they have ALWAYS had extreme droughts. IN FACT [yes, I am yelling], last year ... 2013 ... marked the 100th
        Albert Masetti
        4:18 AM
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        Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr Bob, There have been weather extremes like this before, including blocking. There were some extremes in the 30's. I have learned that that the supposed human
        Dick Kahle
        4:09 AM
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! The proper term is neutralization, becoming more nearly neutral, but that does not sound dangerous so it is not good green propaganda. This supposed threshold
        David Wojick
        3:41 AM
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        New Book: The Philosophy of Global Warming   I am happy to inform you of the publication of:   'The Philosophy of Global Warming'   http://neilpaulcummins.blogspot.co.uk     Here is the book
        Neil Cummins
        3:20 AM
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        Re: [climatechangedebate] Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Fr Have there EVER been ANY extreme weather phenomena PRIOR to 1970 [or whenever the AGW started]? Well there was a snow fall that trapped a train out west some
        Albert Masetti
        3:17 AM
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! 3 out of 90 ... not a passing grade in any school I ever attended. But ... 3 out of 90 IS more nearly accurate. - Al ... 3 out of 90 ... not a passing grade in
        Albert Masetti
        3:14 AM
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        Re: Winter is back! Yeah, I thought that was sleet banging on the house last night. - Al
        Albert Masetti
        3:12 AM
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Bob, I'm quite surprised that trying to be accurate is described as an out. I don't ascribe to labels because they tend to dilute any legitimate discussion. As
        Dick Kahle
        12:04 AM
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Bob, saying "more acidic" implies that the oceans are already acidic. Saying "acidifying" implies that the oceans are being turned into acid. "De-alkalization"
        C. Bruce Richardson Jr.
        7:17 PM
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        Re: Winter is back! But of course this nasty cold weather must be due to greedy rich humans driving cars and burning coal for juice. As the Great Green Mantra says, global warming
        David Wojick
        6:26 PM
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        Winter is back! Snowing now with the low forecast to be a windy, hence very cold, 24 degrees! This is just west of DC. David
        David Wojick
        6:15 PM
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        Study Links Epic California Drought, ‘Frigid East’ To Manmade Cl This.' is similar to other stories I've posted, except they mention 'dipoles "...It's not as if we didn't already assume this was happening, but scientists
        Robert Maginnis
        6:07 PM
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Dick, The use of 'more acidic' rather than 'de-alkalization' gives you pro-cabon burning folks an out.  You can complain about that instead of face the facts
        Robert Maginnis
        Apr 15
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Bob, There is a reason that pH is expressed on a log scale. That is because the hydrogen ion concentration can be extremely small in basic solutions. The range
        Dick Kahle
        Apr 15
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        Meaning of pH (step 1) Hi Al- I’m glad to have amused..... I did some research recently into pH, but have not had time to do any calculations. I’ll try to summarize my findings
        Ian McQueen
        Apr 15
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Paul, My olde colleagues in La Jolla spent a lot of time 'exploring' the California coastal and Gulf of California ocean bottom - In the Gulf they found that
        Gary Sharp
        Apr 15
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Thanks to Bruce for the link from Halpern (Rabett.)  the graph shows a problem with carbonate corals with concentrations higher than 480 ppm CO2 The 170%
        Robert Maginnis
        Apr 15
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Hi Ian, Good find. What "exactly" does "170% more acidic" really mean ... considering that acid refers to the pH. - Al ... Hi Ian, Good find. What "exactly"
        Albert Masetti
        Apr 15
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! As soon as I read “When CO2 is dissolved in water, it causes ocean acidification, which slightly lowers the pH of the water and changes its chemistry.
        Ian McQueen
        Apr 15
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        Re: CO2 produces foolhardy fish! Hi Paul, I know there are naturally occurring oil seeps and natural gas vents. AND, came across Gordon Gribble's work identifying naturally occurring
        Albert Masetti
        Apr 15
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