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    If you look at the geologic record, these massive shifts in our ecosystem take place over long periods of time. However, there is no precedent for the rate we are altering the atmosphere, much less destroying the carbon carrying capacity of the environment. And we do see sudden shifts that far exceed what models predict based on available climate data. You mention one of the best examples in the remarkable Greenland Ice Sheet melt in the July of 2012.

    Be radical in your compassion.

    by DWG on Mon Jan 28, 2013 at 05:55:05 AM PST

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