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ECVAl3(--nospam--at) wrote:
In case anyone is really interested in the CO2 effects, check out this site or look it up yourself. Those of you who are closed minded and "the world is still flat" thinkers needn't bother, this is not for you. S.Macie

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The June 29 issue of the new Yorker has an excellent piece on the guy who has done the most computer modeling. With the current CO2 levels shown is your link, we're already in deep doo do. As for bankrupting the country, here is a piece on the financial impact It's estimated at $70/person in 2020. (Less for us left coaster who have already done a lot of heavy lifting in this area :o)
Chuck Utzman, P.E.

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