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North Pole 2000 vs 2010 (3 pics)

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January 2000

1 North Pole 2000 vs 2010 (3 pics)

December 2010


2 North Pole 2000 vs 2010 (3 pics)

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3 North Pole 2000 vs 2010 (3 pics)


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№1 Author: compmaster (5 Jan 2011 02:51) Total user comments: 1871


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№2 Author: Froggypl (5 Jan 2011 03:02) Total user comments: 207


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It's turning green?? 10
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№3 Author: squeezums (5 Jan 2011 03:08) Total user comments: 51


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cyclical process
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№4 Author: mortex (5 Jan 2011 03:52) Total user comments: 740


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Right on squeezums.
New real estate, what's there to complain about 06 12
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№5 Author: Patty (5 Jan 2011 04:20) Total user comments: 1766


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Well, that's not good. 02
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№6 Author: perez (5 Jan 2011 05:40) Total user comments: 757


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Find the differences 11
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№7 Author: mahedi (5 Jan 2011 08:07) Total user comments: 10772


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№8 Author: Grunt Callahan (5 Jan 2011 08:48) Total user comments: 2287


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It's getting smaller (thats what she said).
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№9 Author: Onedrew (5 Jan 2011 08:48) Total user comments: 15


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whatever
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№10 Author: salsapopo (5 Jan 2011 09:41) Total user comments: 12723


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№11 Author: mashie5 (5 Jan 2011 10:03) Total user comments: 1357


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one of earths natural cycles 05
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№12 Author: StaticX (5 Jan 2011 10:35) Total user comments: 661


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natural cycle and human's fault? 51
I'm curious to see it on 2020.
But doesn't worth it for me being worried about it by now
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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (5 Jan 2011 15:05) Total user comments: 10400


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I guess I need to get back to work on that boat!
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№14 Author: joffenbaker (5 Jan 2011 15:32) Total user comments: 4965


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Dammit Froggypl, I was gonna say that.



Well, I guess this is all Acidcow has for today, it was short but sweet.
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№15 Author: Pilgrim (5 Jan 2011 16:03) Total user comments: 2288


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sad..
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№16 Author: bruce88lee (5 Jan 2011 16:57) Total user comments: 1818


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№17 Author: LeonardWashington (5 Jan 2011 17:16) Total user comments: 16


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obama will fix it lol .... 38
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№18 Author: Lu (5 Jan 2011 17:26) Total user comments: 15082


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Polar Bears are losing weight alarmingly?
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№19 Author: amerJD (5 Jan 2011 17:36) Total user comments: 1400


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№20 Author: You-Know-Who (5 Jan 2011 19:23) Total user comments: 499


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I can't wait to see Obama fix [i][/i]this!!!
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№21 Author: punchythekid (5 Jan 2011 20:28) Total user comments: 317


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it looks like an old man with a large nose and a booger hanging out. god that is scary.
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№22 Author: ledouxrt (5 Jan 2011 21:37) Total user comments: 502


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Too many people pee'd in the snow over the last 10 years.
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№23 Author: Iamwaybetterthanyou (5 Jan 2011 21:37) Total user comments: 86


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I wish some of that snow would fall in Texas. 77
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№24 Author: Naphia (5 Jan 2011 21:51) Total user comments: 1071


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Scary and sad... 11
Well, of course climate changes over long (!) time. We humans accelerated this process, this is not a natural change.
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№25 Author: miscellaneous (5 Jan 2011 22:42) Total user comments: 4179


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I'm not worried 02 ...no really..I'm not 02
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№26 Author: Dende (5 Jan 2011 22:42) Total user comments: 2


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Ok, it's a lot of snow and ice, however i aint noticed more water in the sea or ocean :} and I really wish that it could be a bit warmer! this winter pisses me off. But scientists says, that ice age is comming :(
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№27 Author: adzhoe (6 Jan 2011 05:13) Total user comments: 14959


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Ebb and flow of a natural process, well before the industrial revolution. How much mankind's "progress" has affected this....That's the million-dollar question.
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№28 Author: Naphia (6 Jan 2011 16:18) Total user comments: 1071


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Dende,
Well, since 71% of our planet is covered with water, the sea level will rise in centimeters and water expand because of the rising temperature as we know from physics. And yes, if global warming continues, the temperature and salt content differences (a lot of fresh water will flow into the oceans) wont be so big anymore. So the thermohaline circulation will stop and therefore the gulf stream where Europe gets 30% of its energy from. In Europe we will probably face the next ice age.
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