The new hottest place on Earth: Death Valley, California

By: Dr. Jeff Masters , 1:18 PM GMT on September 13, 2012

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As any weather aficionado can avow, Earth's most iconic weather record has long been the legendary all-time hottest temperature of 58°C (136.4°F) measured 90 years ago today at El Azizia, Libya on September 13, 1922. One hundred thirty six degrees! It's difficult to comprehend that heat like that could exist on our planet. For 90 years, no place on Earth has come close to beating the unbelievable 136 degree reading from Al Azizia, and for good reason--the record is simply not believable. But Earth's mightiest weather record has been officially cast down. Today, the official arbiter of Earth's weather records, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), announced that the all-time heat record held for exactly 90 years by El Azizia in Libya "is invalid because of an error in recording the temperature." The WMO committee found five major problems with the measurement. Most seriously, the temperature was measured in a paved courtyard over a black, asphalt-like material by a new and inexperienced observer, not trained in the use of an unsuitable replacement instrument that could be easily misread. The observer improperly recorded the observation, which was consequently in error by about 7°C (12.6°F.) The new official highest hottest place on the planet is now Death Valley, California. A remarkable high temperature of 56.7°C (134°F) was measured there on 10 July 1913, at Greenland Ranch.


Figure 1. The trading post at Al Azizia, Libya in 1923. The photo was taken from the Italian military fort located on a small hill just south of the trading post. It was at this fort that the temperature of 58°C (136.4°F) was observed on Sept. 13, 1922 (used with permission from the family of Gen. Enrico Pezzi).

The story behind the overturning of Earth's most hallowed weather record
Today's announcement is the culmination of a 3-year research effort begun by wunderground weather historian, Christopher C. Burt. His blog post today, World Heat Record Overturned--A Personal Account, provides a fascinating detective story on how the record came to be cast down--and how the Libyan revolution of 2012 almost prevented this from happening.


Figure 2. The new official hottest place on the planet: Death Valley, California. Wide open spaces, infinite views, intensely salty water, mind-boggling heat. What's not to love about this place? Image credit: Wunderphotographer SonomaCountyRAF.

Dead Heat: The Video
Don't miss the 25-minute wunderground video, Dead Heat, a detective story on how the El Azizia record was overturned.

Atlantic tropical update
Tropical Storm Nadine is recurving to the northwest and north well east of the Lesser Antilles Islands, on a track that would likely keep this storm far out at sea away from any land areas. However, Nadine may eventually threaten the Azores Islands or Newfoundland; the models are divided on how the steering currents will evolve next week, and we cannot be sure which way Nadine will go during the middle of next week.

The models predict that a trough of low pressure off the U.S. East Coast may serve as the focus for development of a non-tropical low pressure system on Sunday or Monday, but this low will likely form too far to the north to become a tropical storm. The GFS model has been predicting a tropical wave coming off the coast of Africa may develop next week, but has not been consistent with the timing or location of the development.

In the Western Pacific, Super Typhoon Sanba is an impressive top-end Category 4 storm with 155 mph winds, and is headed north-northwest towards a possible landfall in Korea early next week.

Given the importance of the new world record all-time high temperature, I'll leave this post up until Saturday afternoon, when I'll post an update on the tropics.

Jeff Masters

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Quoting TomballTXPride:
We can always go back to horse and buggy....


My girls would love that. But horses do, uh, release a lot of methane, so that might also be seen as a problem to some.
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Quoting aspectre:
859 MNhockeymama: Bold=name calling. Nice. Thanks for demonstrating exactly what I was talking about in one of my earlier posts.

And you are missing the point entirely. SUV's are not designed for hauling around passengers.
.... If they were, they wouldn't have engines with more horsepower than double tractor-trailor rigs.


Probably need to recheck your statement with reality.

Quoting elsewhere on Google...

"Usually around 200-400HP. Horsepower can basically be imagined as how fast the engine is running, while torque is the actual rotational force. The trucks have big engines, which means they run slow. A typical semi engine may only run up to 2,500RPM, which means low relative horsepower. Rather, they produce a lot of torque. That 250HP semi may be putting down upwards of 1,000 ft-lbf of torque. Compare that to a Honda Civic 155HP / 139ft-lbf"

Again, we should try to keep our eye on the idea of responsible use instead of trying to compare apples to oranges so to speak.



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Science and policy cannot be divorced.
—James Hansen

Google James Hansen if you don't know who he is. Follow the money back to the top. There's big money being made on both sides of the AGW debate.
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Quoting 954FtLCane:


It was touched on in post 887, how we're getting closer here in the US (pop slowdown). However, that is a good question. Probably even deserves it's on blog. It's there, we know it, but as you mentioned we'll be hard pressed to do so. Of course we can always start on conspiracy theories and I'm sure that'll point a finger to how it is already happening....but lawdie that's as far as I'm going.....

How bout that Samba (isn't that a dance)
It's Sanba, The dance is Somba..But you were close
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Quoting GeorgiaStormz:


how so?
Like China does?
You'll be hard pressed to do it.


It was touched on in post 887, how we're getting closer here in the US (pop slowdown). However, that is a good question. Probably even deserves it's on blog. It's there, we know it, but as you mentioned we'll be hard pressed to do so. Of course we can always start on conspiracy theories and I'm sure that'll point a finger to how it is already happening....but lawdie that's as far as I'm going.....

How bout that Samba (isn't that a dance)
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Quoting txjac:
South Tampa

My stepfather is 6'7" and he's been driving a Camry since the early 90s. I have a Tacoma and he doesn't fit as well into my truck.



It took me about 3-4 times to read this ...you typed/said "truck" and my mind kept reading "trunk"

lol
LOL. I actually use my "trunk" (truck bed with cap) for camping.
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Quoting 954FtLCane:


No one called you selfish. However if you spend more you will pay more. A supply and demand thing.


BTW mentioning Pelosi is sooooo 2 election cycles old. Please pick a new Dem devil to point a finger at. Heck the dems don't have a problem doing so.


You're right about Pelosi - sorry, that was a stretch... kind of like her face...bwahaha...that one was just too easy.

True about supply and demand, but the issue is also when the government oversteps & tries to manipulate the supply/demand through regulation/requirements/policies, etc. I appreciate the fact that we have cleaner water/air than we did 30-50 years ago; I don't appreciate the new regulations that are very close to trampling on States'/Personal Property Rights & Freedoms. It is in our best interest to be cognizant of how we are treating our world, but I'm more of a conservationist (as defined: "Conservation, the wise use of natural renewable resources, that man, due to his ability to reason, have the power and right to improve, change and utilize the environment") than an environmentalist ("somebody working to protect the environment: somebody involved in issues relating to the protection of the natural world, especially a member of a political group campaigning against the perceived harmful effects of industrialized societies") - I'm from a family of farmers (my dad current lives on the farm that has been in our family since 1850 & grows organic corn/wheat/hops/barley), so I understand that we need to care for our land, etc. But I'm also a conservative libertarian, so I'd really like the government to stay out of my business & respect that people aren't as dumb as some of our "leaders" seem to believe we are.
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Quoting GeorgiaStormz:



My parents minivan, sedan, and pickup truck all have top speeds of 120-160...so its not an SUV thing.

And most people who have SUVs are not "executives" etc
Its just an alternative to a minivan:
I regularly see one of the ugliest cars in the world "The Smart Car" on I-95 on my way to work in Palm Beach county... These ugly freekin' cars are going 75 MPH... They look like a bomb ready to explode ... No way I would drive or take one of them on I-95.
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Did i crash the blog?

TEST

Anyway ill be back this evening, might actaully get to stay on late tonight...hopefully if we are talking about AGW, we can have a more CIVIL debate...:)
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Good Grief.
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Quoting 954FtLCane:


Never mentioned carbon tax but.....ok.


i just used that as an example of a way to make carbon production more expensive, it could be done many ways.
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Quoting GeorgiaStormz:


No not too expensive, you have to make the alternative cheap enough... If we impose a giant carbon tax right now, the only effect will be alot of carless unemployed people




Never mentioned carbon tax but.....ok.
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Quoting 954FtLCane:
ugggggg.......where did having a lot of children turn into and Uneducated thing? I think someone mentioned 3rd countries and they meant that being that a high percentage of the pop was uneducated led to huge pop explosions in those countries.
In this country if you want to have a lot of children...do so...however financially wise know that it will be expensive...IE bigger cars, more food, etc.
This is not an attack on families. However it is pretty obvious that humanity, around the world, does need to slow this explosion down....


how so?
Like China does?
You'll be hard pressed to do it.
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Quoting kwgirl:
Ha Ha. I grew up in a family of six kids. Lots of chaos. But no, we couldn't stand each other to eat each other.


Boredom = Children

GASP!
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Quoting aspectre:
859 MNhockeymama: Bold=name calling. Nice. Thanks for demonstrating exactly what I was talking about in one of my earlier posts.

And you are missing the point entirely. SUV's are not designed for hauling around passengers.
If they were, they wouldn't be built so high as to guarantee the massacre of driver&passengers of any car they run into. If they were, they wouldn't be built so top heavy as to strongly promote roll-overs. If they were, their maximum speed would be well under 90mph. If they were, they wouldn't have engines with more horsepower than double tractor-trailor rigs.
They're designed specificly for the biggest idiots, auto executives and their highly gullible favorite customers.

And YOU suffer the consequences of not having the choice of getting a high passenger-capacity vehicle without also having to buy their stupidity.



My parents minivan, sedan, and pickup truck all have top speeds of 120-160...so its not an SUV thing.

And most people who have SUVs are not "executives" etc
Its just an alternative to a minivan:
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Hmmmmm, nothing going on in the tropics eh?
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Derived from NHC's 13Sept12pm ATCF data for TropicalStormNadine
BDA-Bermuda :: YYT-St.John's :: CVU-Corvo
All times in GMT
The southernmost dot on the longest line is TS.Nadine's most recent position

The longest line is a straightline projection through TS.Nadine's 2 most recent positions its closest approach to an inhabited coastline.
12Sept12pm: TS.Nadine had been headed for passage over Bermuda (left,bottom,BDAblob)
13Sept12pm: TS.Nadine was heading for passage 118miles(118kilometres)East of Newfoundland

Copy&paste bda-32.248n64.806w, yyt, cvu, 21.0n50.6w-22.0n51.7w, 22.0n51.7w-23.3n52.6w, 23.3n52.6w-24.4n53.4w, 24.4n53.4w-25.8n53.8w, 25.8n53.8w-27.3n53.6w, 25.8n53.8w-47.282n50.121w, 47.523n52.619w-47.282n50.121w into the GreatCircleMapper for a larger map and other information
The previous mapping for comparison
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ugggggg.......where did having a lot of children turn into and Uneducated thing? I think someone mentioned 3rd countries and they meant that being that a high percentage of the pop was uneducated led to huge pop explosions in those countries.
In this country if you want to have a lot of children...do so...however financially wise know that it will be expensive...IE bigger cars, more food, etc.
This is not an attack on families. However it is pretty obvious that humanity, around the world, does need to slow this explosion down....
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859 MNhockeymama: Bold=name calling. Nice. Thanks for demonstrating exactly what I was talking about in one of my earlier posts.

And you are missing the point entirely. SUV's are not designed for hauling around passengers.
If they were, they wouldn't be built so high as to guarantee the massacre of the driver&passengers of any car they run into. If they were, they wouldn't be built so top heavy as to strongly promote roll-overs. If they were, their maximum speed would be well under 90mph. If they were, they wouldn't have engines with more horsepower than double tractor-trailor rigs.
They're designed specificly for the biggest idiots, auto executives and their highly gullible favorite customers.

And YOU suffer the consequences of not having the choice of getting a high passenger-capacity vehicle without also having to buy their stupidity because auto execs don't want you to have that choice.
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Quoting MNhockeymama:


Bold=name calling. Nice. Thanks for demonstrating exactly what I was talking about in one of my earlier posts.

(Btw, have you tried to put 4 kids in a small car? ever? and do you generally get 60" of snow during an average winter? 4 wheel drive comes in handy. & Do you think I like paying tons of money for gas? Very few cars/minivans that can seat 6-7 passengers get decent fuel economy and the ones that do, I can't afford.)


Check this out.

Just went on Google and found out that the average motorcycle gets around 60 MPG.

Pretty darn good isn't it?

Hmmm. Not really.

Lets take a family of six, all of legal age and put them on motorcycles instead. Send them on a sixty mile round trip visit to the beach.

Six people on six motorcycles used up six gallons of gasoline getting there and back.

Now send those same six people to the beach in one of those horrible SUV's getting 20 MPG. Six people in one SUV used three gallons of gasoline there and back. And that is assuming an SUV getting 20 MPG as opposed to a more realistic 27 MPG.

It looks like the SUV, used responsibly, is very, very efficient in the world of fuel economy.

What we might want to do is strive to be more responsible in our daily lives and what we do and where we go and how we go about it all.


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Quoting bappit:

Wouldn't they just eat each other?
Ha Ha. I grew up in a family of six kids. Lots of chaos. But no, we couldn't stand each other to eat each other.
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Quoting StormPro:
Name calling prevails.... so sad a discussion turns into exactely what it always does...

I didn't see that in there. I see it so much maybe I'm starting to think of it as a technical term.
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Quoting 954FtLCane:


you make your choices what you drive. If you have 4 children and need to drive a bigger vehicle then you will pay the price. Pretty simple, you are making a bigger footprint than most. This is the only way eventually we will ween ourselves off of these destructive emissions is by making it too expensive for people to place them into the air.


No not too expensive, you have to make the alternative cheap enough... If we impose a giant carbon tax right now, the only effect will be alot of carless unemployed people


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Quoting txjac:
South Tampa

My stepfather is 6'7" and he's been driving a Camry since the early 90s. I have a Tacoma and he doesn't fit as well into my truck.



It took me about 3-4 times to read this ...you typed/said "truck" and my mind kept reading "trunk"

lol
I tried to put my ex in the trunk but he got wise
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Quoting bappit:

It is well known that birth rates eventually drop after death rates drop. No one really knows why. Then again there is a birth rate spike nine months after natural disasters (like hurricanes). Nobody knows exactly why on that either.
Lack of electricity. Nothing to do but ....!
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921. txjac
South Tampa

My stepfather is 6'7" and he's been driving a Camry since the early 90s. I have a Tacoma and he doesn't fit as well into my truck.



It took me about 3-4 times to read this ...you typed/said "truck" and my mind kept reading "trunk"

lol
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Quoting MNhockeymama:




I'm selfish? Seriously? At this point, I'm more concerned that the USA will be around for my kids because it didn't completely fail economically due to inept and destructive policies being either passed by a corrupt Congress or Executive Ordered by a President who chooses to bypass Congress completely. Excuse me for realizing that what is happening to our country financially is going to have more immediate impacts on my kids' futures than my driving an SUV for a few years is going to have.

It is also very hard to listen to those who scream the loudest about AGW and then watch them get into their jets/limos/hummers and take their "passion" seriously (Al Gore, pretty much any celebrity, Nancy Pelosi, et al...) or the science seriously.
Reread my comment. I said you sound selfish. I don't know you but I see where you are coming from and more importantly, where you live. Sorry I engaged you. Go ahead Ignore me please!
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I'm supposed to be flying into Korea on the 17th. Should be interesting.
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Quoting SouthTampa:
My stepfather is 6'7" and he's been driving a Camry since the early 90s. I have a Tacoma and he doesn't fit as well into my truck.

Also, I had an Audi RS6, which is one of those cars that can easily top 160. It was a heck of a ride at the track. Surprisingly it got 26 mpg hwy.
I'm a 5'9" female and love my 2010 Jeep Wrangler...
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Quoting washingtonian115:
I don't want the government getting evolved in how I should contribute to reducing GW by taking some of my freedoms away..I read a magazine about a year ago about how some nuts were proposing what the government should do.I'm all about protecting the environment but I don't want some of my freedoms taken away in the process...Such as what car I should be driving...what time lights should be out in my house...and there was much more..Like how much paper and tissue should be used in my house.Also going on a vegetarian diet if possible..


EXACTLY!!!!!!!!! W/YOU!

(I have four kids - we can be unintelligent/ignorant together. LOL - sometimes I do question my own intelligence in having that many kids, but not because of the effect on the natural environment, more on their effect on my sanity.)
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Quoting Neapolitan:
Perhaps not important to all, but definitely of enough interest to spur decades of investigation, get millions of hits on Google, and garner dozens of worldwide news headlines yesterday and today.

Perhaps this will boost tourism in Death Valley.
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Quoting washingtonian115:
Exactly.Some people get trucks for their height as well.My brother is 6 4" and he can not fit into a tiny car so he has no choice but to get a truck.Not only that trucks are used for people's work..such as farming construction ect...
My stepfather is 6'7" and he's been driving a Camry since the early 90s. I have a Tacoma and he doesn't fit as well into my truck.

Also, I had an Audi RS6, which is one of those cars that can easily top 160. It was a heck of a ride at the track. Surprisingly it got 26 mpg hwy.
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got three kids the baby turned 21 the other day. because of them confiscating their beer all i can drink now is busch light. seems to be alittle spin with the tropical wave its unusual to see one develop just south of a cyclone. maybe in the eastern carib it will gain alittle gusto and later develop just west of jamaica. late nw carib. season coming up. batter up.
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Quoting MNhockeymama:




I'm selfish? Seriously? At this point, I'm more concerned that the USA will be around for my kids because it didn't completely fail economically due to inept and destructive policies being either passed by a corrupt Congress or Executive Ordered by a President who chooses to bypass Congress completely. Excuse me for realizing that what is happening to our country financially is going to have more immediate impacts on my kids' futures than my driving an SUV for a few years is going to have.

It is also very hard to listen to those who scream the loudest about AGW and then watch them get into their jets/limos/hummers and take their "passion" seriously (Al Gore, pretty much any celebrity, Nancy Pelosi, et al...) or the science seriously.


No one called you selfish. However if you spend more you will pay more. A supply and demand thing.


BTW mentioning Pelosi is sooooo 2 election cycles old. Please pick a new Dem devil to point a finger at. Heck the dems don't have a problem picking a Rep...
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Quoting kwgirl:
Amen to that. My first grandchild was born this year. She is 5 months old and beautiful.
kw..... I have been in south Florida for nearly 30 years.... What a big, big change. I do the keys regularly and see such a big difference... It's like, HEY, Let's tear this down and put up a condo...
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Quoting StormPro:


Quoting hydrus:
Hello Nea..The pendulum is swinging over in regards to the belief that global warming is real, albeit slowly. The thing that gets me the most is that there are people that still believe that it is some fantasy invented by the left to control governmental issues...What more then what is already happening does it take to convince these idiots that the Earth is not only warming, but doing so at an alarming rate. My conclusion is that they will put there interests first regardless of the scientifically proven facts until they can get everything they want for as long as possible, then say o.k. your right. By then they will have profited as much as they could under the circumstances knowing they lied to satisfy there agenda.

Name calling prevails.... so sad a discussion turns into exactely what it always does...


True, restraint should be maintained on both side of the arguments. Still, seeing the blog still able to maintain civility despite the bumps is heartwarming.
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Quoting GeorgiaStormz:


Yeah its Roddy White, my favorite player, he stuck the landing perfectly too. :)

So far its 2 votes for 5 and 1 vote for 6
Ozzie flips are much better, but those were probably before you were born.
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Quoting washingtonian115:
Well I had 6 kids so I'm illiterate now?.Well I should get off now.Nadine please do something interesting in the next few days please.
I actually like these lulls. It lets me figure out the personalities of the people I blog with.Some good, some bad
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Quoting PalmBeachWeather:
Wow.6 kids, I can't hardly handle the one I have

Wouldn't they just eat each other?
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Quoting PalmBeachWeather:
kw......I see my grandchildren now and I hope for the best for them... "And put up a parking lot"
Amen to that. My first grandchild was born this year. She is 5 months old and beautiful.
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Quoting bappit:

It is well known that birth rates eventually drop after death rates drop. No one really knows why. Then again there is a birth rate spike nine months after natural disasters (like hurricanes). Nobody knows exactly why on that either.


Nothing makes that urge stronger than surviving - probably instinctual. I've heard that the birth rates increase 9 months after extended black-outs, too. :)
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Quoting PalmBeachWeather:
Wow.6 kids, I can't hardly handle the one I have



I'm one of 4...its really not that bad..
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Quoting kwgirl:
I bet there is a lot of trash under those grown trees, if you haven't cleaned up in 7 years.
No I still help clean up the community.
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Quoting MNhockeymama:


Makes me wonder if the policies aren't in some way a backhanded way to fight the population boom. There are some in the administration who have been big on population control - John Holdren and Cass Sunstein come to mind - who knows? Although, in the US, we have just crossed the line where our birth rate does not keep up with the "replacement rate" - we are becoming very much like Europe in that way.

It is well known that birth rates eventually drop after death rates drop. No one really knows why. Then again there is a birth rate spike nine months after natural disasters (like hurricanes). Nobody knows exactly why on that either.
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Quoting washingtonian115:
Well I had 6 kids so I'm illiterate now?.Well I should get off now.Nadine please do something interesting in the next few days please.
Wow.6 kids, I can't hardly handle the one I have
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Quoting 954FtLCane:


you make your choices what you drive. If you have 4 children and need to drive a bigger vehicle then you will pay the price. Pretty simple, you are making a bigger footprint than most. This is the only way eventually we will ween ourselves off of these destructive emissions is by making it too expensive for people to place them into the air.


Quoting kwgirl:
That is what is wrong with this world and with mankind. Too many people want the status quo to not change at all. Well change is good. If you read your comment back, you will see how selfish you sound. I agree, people don't like change. They aren't going to take away your SUV overnight. In fact the idea is to get the alternate fuels and transports designed and manufactured so we can get away from fossil fuels. If and when that happens your children will be grown and out of the house and you won't need that SUV. Hopefully there will be a world left so you can see your grandchildren.


I'm selfish? Seriously? At this point, I'm more concerned that the USA will be around for my kids because it didn't completely fail economically due to inept and destructive policies being either passed by a corrupt Congress or Executive Ordered by a President who chooses to bypass Congress completely. Excuse me for realizing that what is happening to our country financially is going to have more immediate impacts on my kids' futures than my driving an SUV for a few years is going to have.

It is also very hard to listen to those who scream the loudest about AGW and then watch them get into their jets/limos/hummers and take their "passion" seriously (Al Gore, pretty much any celebrity, Nancy Pelosi, et al...) or the science seriously.
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Quoting washingtonian115:
About 7 years ago me and the local community got together and protested that they not put another condo in the neighborhood.We also planted some new trees and cleaned up the trash off the streets.There is also a local market up the streets that sell locally grown fruit and vegetables.
I bet there is a lot of trash under those grown trees, if you haven't cleaned up in 7 years.
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Well I had 6 kids so I'm illiterate now?.Well I should get off now.Nadine please do something interesting in the next few days please.
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Quoting TomballTXPride:

I'm sorry. Taking away my right to beef is an OUTRAGE!!!!!

Ok. Rant over.
"Where's the beef"? I'll listen
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When in Rome.....

Did anyone see the picture of starving polar bears in the Arctic (what's left of the ice) in yesterday's CNN?

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