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Monday, December 01, 2008

Nature finds its balance

From today's Globe & Mail:

The Norwegian Polar Institute's Kit Kovacs estimates warming water and accompanying biochemical processes will increase the sea's productivity by 20 to 30 per cent - and that means more fish still. Already, herring, mackerel and Arctic cod are swimming north as waters warm.

Posted by Terry O'Neill on December 1, 2008 in Science | Permalink


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Historically periods of "natural" global warming have been periods of prosperity and abundance. Lets not be stampeded into further control and taxation over a natural phenomenon. We can no more control the weather and its cycles than we can the orbits of the planets.

Posted by: JC | 2008-12-01 8:35:22 AM

This article is simplistic and ignorant in the extreme.

Posted by: epsilon | 2008-12-01 9:22:57 AM

This article is simplistic and ignorant in the extreme.

Posted by: epsilon | 1-Dec-08 9:22:57 AM

I like the way you qualify your "opinions".
Very well thought out.

Posted by: JC | 2008-12-01 2:37:00 PM

I know of three fish that swan over from the warm waters of Italy just today. These "suckers" just announced they are going to bring Italian politics to our House of Commons. The announcement today indicates that Elizabeth May could very well be in the cabinet after being named to the senate.

Posted by: Servant | 2008-12-01 4:05:24 PM

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