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Apr 4, 2011
Focus: Environment
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Location: Japan
Don Herbison-Evans came up with this -He is a highly accredited scientist-

If what he says is true it may explain Hagishima's Tsunami and indicate how really dangerous global warming is as both regards radioactive fall out from effected nuclear power generators and alsofrom the effect of what may be increasing Tsunamis.

What he says is linked to new research findings that quartz is found where earthquakes most originate

With the fallout not only in California but also in several other states at the moment it may well be worth thinking about and protesting the use of fossil fuels and also nuclear
generators


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I think there is connection between global warming and earthquakes.
>>As the ice melts over antarctica,
>>the relaxation of pressure will cause that continental plate to bulge upward,
>>and the adjustments will be felt as earthquakes.
>>Earthquakes cause tsunamis.
>>
>>But this has nothing to do with hotspots under the earths crust,
>>such as Hawaii.
>>These have long been thought to be the result of
>>prolonged eddies in the magma under the crust.
>>It seems they could also be due to high quartz areas.
>>Hotspots also cause earthquakes and tsunamis,
>>but I see no relationship between these hotspots and global warming.

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Posted: Apr 4, 2011 1:37am
Feb 26, 2011
I emphasize  the solution is not mine
But I asked a proffesional what he thought about the idea of blanketing the earth- Name Don Herbison Evans- who makes a hobby of knowing about a lot of things and is 
aretired academic also a highly trained   in several Sciences  and at least one Art


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>You can publish the following amended email
>Note the more optimistic estimate of 50 yrs to spread the dust.
>I made an arithmetic error before.
>By the way, I am a  Chartered Engineer (UK).
>http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chartered_Engineer_(UK)
>
>>Hi Penny,
>>Dont knock it just because it is "geoengineering"..
>>if you want to reduce global warming then that is geoengineering
>>Julia putting a price on carbon is geoengineering.
>>You can have too much or too little of anything.
>>The problem is getting just enough to do the job required.
>>That is what engineers do.
>>An engineer is someone who can build a bridge for
>>1 million dollars that any fool could build for 10 million dollars..
>>
>>Krakatoa caused brief global cooling
>>by putting a mineral dust layer into the upper atmosphere.
>>Sadly it cut visible light as well as infrared,
>>so a sustained period of it would kill plants, then animals, then maybe us.
>>
>>The proposal is to put special mineral dust in the upper atmosphere
>>that only reflects infrared but not visible light,
>>so earth is cooled but plants can live.
>>
>>Krakatoa put about 20 cubic kilometres of rock into the atmosphere.
>>Maybe 5% of that stayed in the upper atmosphere.
>>That would be about 1 billion cubic metres.
>>and weigh about 5 billion tonnes.
>>This would supply a virtual reflective blanket around the earth
>>1 micron (1 millionth of a metre) thick.
>>
>>It suggested using commercial airliners to spread the mineral dust.
>>Global air travel does about 10 billion kms/year
>>A 747 has a payload of about 100 tonnes,
>>and an average trip length of about 1000 kms.
>>Maybe they take 10% of this 100 tonnes as charity to cure global warming
>>So at this rate it would take 50 years to spread the amount of dust needed.
>>That might be too expensive and too late.
>>Nice idea though.
>>
>>Maybe Mauna Loa Volcano, Hawaii
>>http://en.wikipedia..org/wiki/Mauna_Loa
>>will blow and solve the whole problem.
>>Keep a torch by your bed.
>>
>>Actually we dont need plants and animals.
>>Food can be synthesised chemically from carbon dioxide, nitrogen, water, and
>>various minerals.
>>It would need a substantial industrial plant to make enough for a billion people,
>>and would use a lot of energy, and need lots of extra coal/gas/uranium fuelled
>>power stations,
>>but it is chemically quite easy, just very expensive, and take years to set up.
>>
>>It is probably cheaper to grow algae like chlorella under artificial light.
>>http://en.wikipedia..org/wiki/Chlorella
>>We could all build tanks for it in our backyards.
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Posted: Feb 26, 2011 10:52am
Dec 13, 2007
ry checkin these out and circulatin to those sceptical about global warming- We all want to live don't we? An we want the animals and the trees an all other people to live too-NOT so?
http://video.stumbleupon.com/#p=8r10hz033o
http://www.care2.com/news/member/464062319/568939
We need to work together on this one A huggy wish of happy Christmas to everyone
Penelope
PS also recommend prayer as an underestimated and very effective method of getting anything done- Try getting  a prayer about global warming said in your local congregation - Particularly at Christmas
Also try checking out the  group sites for tackling global warming on Care2 - They have some good tangible suggestions
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