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Re: [Fantasy Fiction Dungeon] The Day After Tomorrow: Kernels of Truth on Global Warming and Climate Change

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  • Swamp Faye
    And I quote Jerry Seinfeld .... Hello Neuman... (and probably goodbye too...) Noelle ... http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ClimateArchive/message/608 ...
    Message 1 of 1 , May 1, 2004
      And I quote Jerry Seinfeld .... "Hello Neuman..." (and
      probably goodbye too...)

      Noelle

      --- "P. Neuman self only" <npat1@...> wrote:
      > ----------- Forwarded Message (partial) -----------
      >
      > from: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/fuelcell-energy/
      >
      >
      ---------------------------------------------------------
      > Kernels of Truth: Global Warming and Climate
      > Change in The Day After Tomorrow
      >
      > WASHINGTON - April 30 - In The Day After Tomorrow,
      > an ice age blankets North America in 96 hours. While
      > this could never happen so quickly in real life,
      > Earth's
      > average temperature is warming, and at a faster rate
      > than at any time in recorded history. This warming
      > is
      > due mostly to pollution generated by human activity,
      > primarily the burning of fossil fuels. The predicted
      > impacts of this warming are already visible around
      > the
      > globe.
      > ...
      > ...
      > Renewable energy is taking off around the globe in
      > response to a variety of concerns´┐Żwith the threat of
      > global
      > climate change nearing the top of the list. The
      > security of
      > the world's energy supply and the health and
      > environmental
      > impacts of conventional energy are also driving this
      > trend.
      > But some areas of the world are moving to renewables
      > far
      > faster than others. Despite its size and wealth of
      > resources, the United States, for example, no longer
      > leads
      > the world in the development and use of renewable
      > technologies. In fact, Japan, which has far less
      > sunshine
      > than California, uses and manufactures more solar
      > photovoltaic (PV) cells and modules than any other
      > country
      > in the world. And Germany, which has a fraction the
      > land
      > and resources of the United States, has twice as
      > much
      > installed wind capacity and leads in other
      > renewables
      > as well. If it's not natural resources, then what's
      > driving
      > some countries to forge ahead on the path toward a
      > renewable energy future while others are slower to
      > keep
      > pace?
      >
      > --------------------------------------------
      >
      > Visit the Worldwatch Climate Change: A Better Day
      > After
      > Tomorrow web portal.
      > http://www.commondreams.org/news2004/0430-01.htm
      >
      > ---------
      >
      > THE WORLD IS IN CRISIS DUE TO GLOBAL WARMING!
      > Hydrologist's recommended links:
      >
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ClimateArchive/message/608
      > Financial incentives-ConserveNow!
      >
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/ClimateArchive/message/229
      >
      > Pat N
      > Minnesota
      >
      >
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