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On that point: PBS Nova sold to highest bidder
Authored by: Anonymous on Thursday, February 14 2013 @ 02:32 PM EST

I love it how well worded sentences make it through the spin.

Antartica will continue to be the planet's ice box for the next 20 years.

And then what?

It is actually a very ominous statement. It is like going to see the Doctor and him telling you that "you will live for 5 more years."

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On that point: PBS Nova sold to highest bidder
Authored by: eric76 on Thursday, February 14 2013 @ 03:16 PM EST
Twenty years into the future?

It will be much, much longer than that.

For it end in twenty years would take an enormous warming now. If the
temperatures in Antarctica rose to 70 degrees Fahrenheit and stayed there day
and night, I would be surprised if it would melt the Antarctic Ice Cap.

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I saw the program.
Authored by: albert on Friday, February 15 2013 @ 05:49 PM EST
Here's what I took away from it: "NASA is slowly losing satellites, as
they age and die. These satellites must be replaced, so we can continue to
monitor the state of the planet."

If that's Koch's message, then I'm backing it. The science will come out. The
program did a good job in explaining the earth as one giant ecosystem, and how
the weather is a global phenomenon, not a local one.

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