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  • jebus_watches_foxnews jebus_watches_foxnews Feb 15, 2013 6:25 PM Flag

    Does anyone know what a "selp" is?

     

    A selp is a primative organism that lives in warmer Pacific waters. Lately, they've been seen in Westport, WA waters. Now they are present in large numbers. Marine scientists believe climate change and a warming ocean is reason they've moved north.

    The evidence for Climate Change is verified with data and with the migration of species.

    I know the Koch sycophants will spin this. But anyone with a fair amount of grey matter will be concerned.

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    • "But anyone with a fair amount of grey matter will be concerned."

      Anyone with a fair amount of grey matter will also recall the Maunder Minimum and the Little Ice Age, and fact that they coincided with a complete absence of sunspots. Such correlations do not happen by accident.

 
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