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26 Nov 2012 03:37 PM   |   16110 clicks   |   New Scientist
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Marcus Aurelius    [TotalFark]  
Leviticus says that eating shellfish is a much worse abomination than homosexuality. I can see God's fingerprints all over this one.

26 Nov 2012 12:21 PM
Barfmaker    [TotalFark]  
the shells of sea snails

Snells of she sells...

Schnells of sea shales...

Sell of slee...

fark it.

26 Nov 2012 12:32 PM
Lumpmoose     

Marcus Aurelius: Leviticus says that eating shellfish is a much worse abomination than homosexuality. I can see God's fingerprints all over this one.


Clearly we've transitioned from "God would never allow climate change" to "God is causing climate change and it's a good thing".

26 Nov 2012 12:47 PM
MaudlinMutantMollusk     
Say WHAT?

26 Nov 2012 12:50 PM
Pud    [TotalFark]  
That's what HE said

26 Nov 2012 01:03 PM
Richard Saunders     
This is your snail...

This is your snail on acid rain.

26 Nov 2012 01:05 PM
vpb    [TotalFark]  
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26 Nov 2012 01:06 PM
Marcus Aurelius    [TotalFark]  

Richard Saunders: This is your snail...

This is your snail on acid rain.


CO2, actually, but pH don't care.

26 Nov 2012 01:13 PM
ManateeGag    [TotalFark]  
is that some kind of euphemism?

26 Nov 2012 01:41 PM
Eddie Adams from Torrance    [TotalFark]  
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Does not approve.

/Meow

26 Nov 2012 01:44 PM
hackhix     

Barfmaker: the shells of sea snails

Snells of she sells...

Schnells of sea shales...

Sell of slee...

fark it.


the shells of sea snails
shall smell like the shells of snails
smell shells of sea snails

26 Nov 2012 02:00 PM
vpb    [TotalFark]  

ManateeGag: is that some kind of euphemism?


Naked snails leave snail trails.

26 Nov 2012 02:19 PM
Revek     
The strong shall survive to rise up and kill their monkey oppressors.
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/Ripped from the farker above

26 Nov 2012 02:20 PM
Richard Saunders     

Marcus Aurelius: Richard Saunders: This is your snail...

This is your snail on acid rain.

CO2, actually, but pH don't care.


Yeah, I just couldn't make "acid ocean" sound right in my brane...

26 Nov 2012 03:24 PM
doczoidberg     
That headline would make a good bumper sticker.

26 Nov 2012 03:38 PM
Englebert Slaptyback     

Lumpmoose


Marcus Aurelius: Leviticus says that eating shellfish is a much worse abomination than homosexuality. I can see God's fingerprints all over this one.

Clearly we've transitioned from "God would never allow climate change" to "God is causing climate change and it's a good thing".


And we've always been at war with Eastasia.


Woohoo, the chocolate ration was increased again!

26 Nov 2012 03:40 PM
ChipNASA     

Richard Saunders: Marcus Aurelius: Richard Saunders: This is your snail...

This is your snail on acid rain.

CO2, actually, but pH don't care.

Yeah, I just couldn't make "acid ocean" sound right in my brane BRINE...

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26 Nov 2012 03:40 PM
skullkrusher     
scary sure, if you're a snail

26 Nov 2012 03:40 PM
spentmiles     
They tried to warn us!

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26 Nov 2012 03:41 PM
xxmedium     
They'll just evolve to use plastic grocery bags as their new protection.

/here's hoping they learn to evolve quickly. Like, tomorrow quickly.

26 Nov 2012 03:44 PM
TV's Vinnie     
"As well as warming the planet, the carbon dioxide we emit ...."

Well gee. Maybe we all (except you of course cuz you're so much better than us) should just stop breathing and keel over, Professor Pissypants!

26 Nov 2012 03:46 PM
DarnoKonrad     
I hate to sound like an alarmist, but this kind of thing is alarming.

26 Nov 2012 03:48 PM
Big Man On Campus     
It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.

26 Nov 2012 03:48 PM
dprathbun     
I blame these guys.

26 Nov 2012 03:49 PM
MadameX     
It was all fun and games WHEN my snail dissolved. I mean, my slug. A slug is just a snail without a shell, right? Mom was always pissed at me for using all the table salt dissolving slugs. The big Bananas were the best.

/tomboy

26 Nov 2012 03:51 PM
pute kisses like a man     
that's ok, just throw those dissolved snails in some tasso with crawfish
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26 Nov 2012 03:51 PM
summersa74     
Well, I guess we'd better de-industrialize.

26 Nov 2012 03:51 PM
KarmicDisaster    [TotalFark]  
God put them there to buffer the ocean. Let them do their job.

26 Nov 2012 03:52 PM
Wayne 985     
History is going to regard global warming deniers with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers and germ theory skeptics.

26 Nov 2012 03:52 PM
Keizer_Ghidorah     
How about giant filters that remove the CO2 from the air? Filters on factory and power plant smokestacks? Filters for sea water? It's amazing how much we talk about the problem, but not about any solutions.

26 Nov 2012 03:53 PM
signaljammer     
BMOC Please, dissolved CO2 is a bulk parameter of the system.

26 Nov 2012 03:53 PM
busy chillin'    [TotalFark]  

Big Man On Campus: It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.


That's a lot of big words to say "LALALALALA I DON'T BELIEVE YOU!"

26 Nov 2012 03:58 PM
nytmare     

Wayne 985: History is going to regard global warming deniers with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers and germ theory skeptics.


In 300 million years, future species will dig up our fossils and wonder who the heck throws out a perfectly good frying pan just because the handle is a bit wobbly.

26 Nov 2012 03:59 PM
Marty Devoid     
There are snails on her plate!

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/hotsy-totsy

26 Nov 2012 04:00 PM
wmanning833     
Junk science. The published research itself shows that not only is it rife with errors but that the experiments were done in artificial conditions in an aquarium. Images provided show results.

http://www.nature.com/ngeo/journal/va op/ncurrent/full/ngeo1635.html

26 Nov 2012 04:03 PM
Anthracite     

Big Man On Campus: It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.


THIS...

Plus we were at fault for the Dinosaurs dying off and the polar caps melting the last time as well. BAN VOLCANOES!!!!!!

26 Nov 2012 04:04 PM
Pair-o-Dice     
The pH is currently dropping at about 0.1 per century, faster than any time in the last 300 million years.

Unpossible! Everybody knows the earth is only 2012 years old.

26 Nov 2012 04:07 PM
thursdaypostal     

Anthracite: BAN VOLCANOES!!!!!!


We produce more CO2 in a year than volcanoes do.

26 Nov 2012 04:08 PM
Wayne 985     

Anthracite: Big Man On Campus: It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.

THIS...

Plus we were at fault for the Dinosaurs dying off and the polar caps melting the last time as well. BAN VOLCANOES!!!!!!


Do you seriously think that humans contribute nothing to ecological disaster, especially when there's scientific fact to back it up?

You're the equivalent of a fat person who pretends he has a slow metabolism and that it's his body's fault instead of taking even an ounce of responsibility for his carelessness.

26 Nov 2012 04:10 PM
RedVentrue     

Wayne 985: History is going to regard global warming deniers with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers and germ theory skeptics.


History is going to regard global warming deniers alarmists with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers Y2K and germ theory 2012 skeptics believers.

FTFY

26 Nov 2012 04:14 PM
Wayne 985     

Big Man On Campus: It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.


"People often die of natural causes, therefore unnatural causes don't happen."

26 Nov 2012 04:14 PM
Eddie Adams from Torrance    [TotalFark]  

Keizer_Ghidorah: How about giant filters that remove the CO2 from the air? Filters on factory and power plant smokestacks? Filters for sea water? It's amazing how much we talk about the problem, but not about any solutions.


Sounds expensive.
How about putting our heads in the sand? Sand absorbs CO2 doesn't it?

26 Nov 2012 04:16 PM
Wayne 985     

RedVentrue: Wayne 985: History is going to regard global warming deniers with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers and germ theory skeptics.

History is going to regard global warming deniers alarmists with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers Y2K and germ theory 2012 skeptics believers.

FTFY


Except global warming has scientific evidence, while the others never did. Don't promote anti-intellectualism.

26 Nov 2012 04:16 PM
RedVentrue     

Wayne 985: Big Man On Campus: It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.

"People often die of natural causes, therefore unnatural causes don't happen."


People sometimes die by murder therefore every death must be murder.

Works both ways, right?

26 Nov 2012 04:17 PM
RedVentrue     

Wayne 985: RedVentrue: Wayne 985: History is going to regard global warming deniers with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers and germ theory skeptics.

History is going to regard global warming deniers alarmists with the same consideration they give to flat Earthers Y2K and germ theory 2012 skeptics believers.

FTFY

Except global warming has scientific evidence, while the others never did. Don't promote anti-intellectualism.


Science can be wrong, and often is.

26 Nov 2012 04:18 PM
dopekitty74     

spentmiles: They tried to warn us!


Diffrn't strokes....

/Came for Gary, leaving satisfied
//that sounded wrong
///yay Dana Plato bonus surprise

26 Nov 2012 04:21 PM
Wayne 985     

RedVentrue: Wayne 985: Big Man On Campus: It's funny how in a multivariate nonlinear dynamic system complicated by countless living organisms is never expected to change in front of our very eyes.

"People often die of natural causes, therefore unnatural causes don't happen."

People sometimes die by murder therefore every death must be murder.

Works both ways, right?


When there's an oozing bullet hole and your first instinct is to say, "Heart attack.", then I question your judgment.

RedVentrue: Except global warming has scientific evidence, while the others never did. Don't promote anti-intellectualism.

Science can be wrong, and often is.


Sure. Rarely so when the evidence is agreed upon by more than 90% of experts, with growing data over several decades. Why is it that you don't trust them in this case? Because it would cost money? Rush Limbaugh told you differently? It means big government? What?

26 Nov 2012 04:24 PM
Crazy Talk Al     
Does this mean that my hovercraft is STILL full of eels?

26 Nov 2012 04:27 PM
spmkk     
Headline: "Animals are already dissolving in Southern Ocean"
Article: "...found under an electron microscope that the outer layers of their hard shells bore signs of unusual corrosion."


EVERYBODY PANIC!!

There is a subtle, but really f'ing important, difference between "dissolving" and sub-microscopic "signs of unusual corrosion".

It's also one hell of a leap to go from, "Patches of [aragonite] undersaturation have already been seen" to, "By 2050, there will be a severe shortage of aragonite in much of the ocean."

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26 Nov 2012 04:29 PM
Amos Quito     

Marcus Aurelius: Leviticus says that eating shellfish is a much worse abomination than homosexuality. I can see God's fingerprints all over this one.


[Smart] [Funny]

Would click [Smart] [Funny] again.

26 Nov 2012 04:29 PM
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