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Posted on February 27 at 9:35 a.m.
Education starts at home.
On Study Shows Most Kids Not Ready for Kindergarten
Posted on January 2 at 4:11 p.m.
ramoncramon - thanks for for comment!
I grew up in Montecito, though, and the only thing I (or anyone I knew) knew about this guy was his water use. That lawn of his was more notorious than you think.
On Harold Simmons Dies
Posted on January 2 at 12:45 p.m.
Actually, she probably wasn't coming back from a wine tasting tour.
On Woman Charged with Murder in Deadly Collision
Posted on January 2 at 12:22 p.m.
Oops! Earlier when I mentioned the Permian extinction, I meant the Paleocone! During the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum, the ocean saw a substantial increase in CO2, caused mostly by deep-sea volcanic activity. As we know, phytoplankton are responsible for about half of Earth's photosynthetic conversion of CO2 to O. When CO2 enters the ocean, it's converted to carbonic acid, and an extra H+ drops off, resulting in a lowering of the ocean's pH. A more acidic ocean threatens, among many things, the calcium carbonate bodies of many phytoplankton. Note: we can talk about this without bringing up temperatures!
There's a reason why Earth spent millions of years shoving these fossils deep underground: to bring about an atmosphere that is more conducive to life.
More info: http://physics.ucf.edu/~britt/Climate...
On Air Pollution Control District Hears from Climate Change Denier
Posted on January 1 at 12:04 a.m.
Well I guess that settles it footfighter. Job well done!
You can stop commenting now.
Posted on December 30 at 10:02 a.m.
Loon, did the plants totally love the CO2 during the Permian extinction?
Massive amounts of quickly introduced CO2 impacts earth far beyond warming. I kinda wish "global warming" was a less popular phrase in this discussion.
Posted on October 26 at 10:18 p.m.
Kakoon is closed. And her website is offline. Not sure what the future holds for the brand. It seemed like a cool one, though! My guess is the funk zone location wasn't too rich with retail sales (plus the signage in that building is awful).
On Fall Fashion
Posted on June 19 at 2:20 p.m.
I was there about a month ago, and when I got off of the Indiana Jones ride the "disabled person" line had about 200 people in it and the regular line to get on the ride wasn't even that long). So, for the most part they aren't jumping to the front of the line. They're just getting into a different line.
On Lines ’n’ Lies at Disney
The Theatre Group at SBCC presents Michael Frayn's hilarious comedy! Read More
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