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Old 02-13-2018, 01:58 PM   #31
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The earth is in a constant state of change.
To believe that we have an influence over it at all is humorous.
One burp frop0m the sun that hits us directly and it is all a moot point.
Time to start all over again and this next time who knows how we will "evolve".
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Old 02-13-2018, 03:03 PM   #32
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The earth is in a constant state of change.
To believe that we have an influence over it at all is humorous.
One burp frop0m the sun that hits us directly and it is all a moot point.
Time to start all over again and this next time who knows how we will "evolve".
the only global events I wonder about are the ones when they talk about a asteroid the size of Texas hitting earth
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Old 02-13-2018, 03:39 PM   #33
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Parrots must parrot! I've no interest in switching with SS, you both have really .... hit it .... off well it seems.
Your posts are on the same level as his. Looks like you want to replace him. Babble on gramps.
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Your posts are on the same level as his. Looks like you want to replace him. Babble on gramps.
Another yapping bird post! Parrots don't ever seem to be quiet.
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the only global events I wonder about are the ones when they talk about a asteroid the size of Texas hitting earth
I recently read a couple of articles on topic!

All this fretting ... but in the final analysis the Sun is getting WARMER and the Moon is getting farther away from the Earth ... and in due time the Moon will "pulverize" from the increased heat and the particles in the best case scenario will form a band around the Earth, which will then start heating up from the waves of hot gasses engulfing it ... and it'll be OVER! Worse case: Chunks of the Moon will start bombarding Earth.

If the Sun slows/quits expanding and heating up for some reason the pull on the Moon by the Sun will stop or lessen and the Moon will start returning to a close path around the Earth ... estimated to be down to around 15,000 miles and the Earth and Moon will be their only little "system" until we collide with another such system as the solar system starts scattering.

Eccie won't be here. Coloring books for all!
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The earth is in a constant state of change.
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I recently read a couple of articles on topic!

All this fretting ... but in the final analysis the Sun is getting WARMER and the Moon is getting farther away from the Earth ... and in due time the Moon will "pulverize" from the increased heat and the particles in the best case scenario will form a band around the Earth, which will then start heating up from the waves of hot gasses engulfing it ... and it'll be OVER! Worse case: Chunks of the Moon will start bombarding Earth.

If the Sun slows/quits expanding and heating up for some reason the pull on the Moon by the Sun will stop or lessen and the Moon will start returning to a close path around the Earth ... estimated to be down to around 15,000 miles and the Earth and Moon will be their only little "system" until we collide with another such system as the solar system starts scattering.

Eccie won't be here. Coloring books for all!
2D said it shorter!
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I don't know why all these people thinck we are going to be around long enough to see the end of our species. Based on what they have been able to find so far, some ancient alien theorists believe that it could be remotely possible that we might occupy the earth for another few thousand years or so before we are all harvested. So our feet get a little wet. One of the prime reasons I bought inland instead on the eroding coastline. Nothing is forever, suckers. the only people whining are the ones with beach front property. Oh well..........
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Guess I better book my fave beachside Destin vacation spot again before it gets swallowed up, huh? Love those white sands....



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Most of the people who believe in rising sea levels live on or near the ocean front.
How do you know?

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Parrots don't. They live in trees .... "Here and There"!
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squawk, squawk!!!
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Another yapping bird post! Parrots don't ever seem to be quiet.
Nope they have about 40,000 posts .
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How do you know?

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The water is rising, areas flood which didn't several years ago.
How would you determine water is deeper? when your ass goes under?
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squawk, squawk!!!
Do you Pollys need more crackers? Or just cheese with your whine?
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The water is rising, areas flood which didn't several years ago.
How would you determine water is deeper? when your ass goes under?
Mojo you can readily see why not to ask a parrot. They live in trees and don't really know how to tell ...

if the ground is getting lower or the water is rising!

So you get nonsensical squawking like the quote above.
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