Damn! It's Hot Out!!!

scotchandcigar

arrogant bastard
Feb 13, 2009
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Usually, you don't ever lose your house.
It pretty much stays in the same place.
They just don't let you stay there anymore.
That reminds me of what George Carlin used to say about "saving the earth".

"We're not saving the earth, we're saving the people. The earth will just do fine; it's the people who are going away".
 

Channel98

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Mister Hectic, I beg to differ -- and you all know I'm not the differ-begger I used to be -- but Eeyore's stick house was a casualty in the 1968 film Winnie The Pooh & The Blustery Day. I suppose you could say he technically didn't lose it, though. It was still there. It was just in pieces.

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HecticArt

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If Mister Scotch lived in Poohville, I'd consider your argument.
I've also seen pictures of his house, so I know it's still there.

As such, your point is moot.
 

Channel98

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As glaciers melt, cesium-137 and americium-241 will be released into lakes, rivers and oceans. Animals, when they drink water, will ingest the radioactive isotopes and the food chain will be poisoned. Lovely.

The world's glaciers hold lots of nuclear fallout. Here's what might happen when they melt.
New research finds high levels of radioactive particles frozen in the ice.

The world's glaciers hold lots of nuclear fallout. Here's what might happen when they melt.
 

memebag

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Oct 11, 2008
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I fail to see what is special. The ones that did not hit the glacier have already been released.


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I don't think you understand how radioactive fallout works. Yes, some fallout is already in the food chain. That is bad. More will enter the food chain as glaciers melt. That is worse.
 

IdRatherBeSkiing

Sherbert is not and never will be ice cream
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I don't think you understand how radioactive fallout works. Yes, some fallout is already in the food chain. That is bad. More will enter the food chain as glaciers melt. That is worse.
It’s just a matter of degree. Any radiation is bad. Not sure there is a linear scale of badness.


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