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A term used instead of global warming because the full impact of human caused CO2 emissions isn't known to scientists, and many are predicting that worldwide heating of the atmosphere may cause changes in ocean currents, and therefore, in some cases, cooling of some areas like the Eastern seaboard of North America.

The existence of climate change is virtually undisputed by all the world's leading scientists. The only people who mock it are fools who have been duped by the echo chamber created by junk science manufactured by oil companies and car manufacturers, in short, those who have a vested instrest in the status quo.

Only a complete retard or a goof would believe that climate change isn't occuring, or that "left wing" envirotards are part of some vast conspiracy to make-believe that we are in the midst of the sixth great extinction. What possible motive would these pinko commies have to pretend that the climate is changing? What benefit would such chicken little posturing have to them? The answer is no benefit whatsoever.

If you aren't sure whose motives are suspect, think of the old Roman proverb "look to see who benefits". Enviromentalists don't have some secret hidden agenda, they sincerly just want to live on a habitable planet. They don't make money from saving forests. Who makes money, the corporations, or the environmentalists?

Think about it, as a person who probably acts in their own rational self interest, who is more likely to lie and cheat, the party who stands to make or lose money? Or the poor buffoon who just wants to save some owls, and maybe breathe clean air?

Does anyone really honestly think their car exhaust dissapears?
Hurricane Katrina was an intense storm that was made more intense by the effects of climate change.
by moonbug November 17, 2006

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A mid sized city in British Columbia. It is located in the province's interior desert. Kamloops is one of the interior's largest cities.
Kamloops is a sprawling city with few redeeming qualities, but it is still better than Williams Lake.
by moonbug November 13, 2006

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A Roman poet (70 BCE to 19 BCE) who wrote the Aeneid, an epic poem that was commisioned by the emperor Augustus.
Virgil wrote in latin.
by moonbug November 12, 2006

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Bear is transport trucker slang for police officers. "Bear" is a term Truckers on the number one highway in Canada use on the CB to warn other truckers that there is a police officer monitering speed on the highway.
Trucker one: Hey! I just spotted a bear!

Trucker two: Where at?

Trucker one: by the 58 marker, on the right o way.

Trucker two: I'll pass it on.
by moonbug November 12, 2006

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A Roman emperor (63 BCE to 14 CE), winner of the civil war that ensued after the death of Julius Caesar. The month of August gets its name from Augustus. He was a patron of the arts, and despite his bloody ways his reign is often seen as commencing golden age in Rome.
Augustus commissioned Virgil to write the Aeneid.
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The Official Smashing Pumpkins message board was nicknamed the O-board by users to distinguish it from unofficial fan sites.
I miss the O-board, since it shut down lots of people stopped posting.
by moonbug November 16, 2006

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Terrace is a small city nestled in the coast mountain range of British Columbia. It has a population of approximately 15 000 people. The main industries in Terrace are logging, fishing, and tourism.

Terrace is home to the Kermode bear, a rare subspecies of the black bear that is born with white fur. It is also known as the Spirit Bear.
Terrace is a beautiful city, and a great place to raise children.

The decline in logging revenue has made real estate in Terrace very affordable.

There are not many jobs in Terrace; the unemployment rate is almost twice the provincial average.
by moonbug November 12, 2006

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