Rising sea levels are going to mess with the internet
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Mon Jul 23 20:27:51 UTC 2018
How often does someone ask you for a breakfast sandwich? 😀
On Mon, Jul 23, 2018 at 3:19 PM Bob Evans <bob at fiberinternetcenter.com>
> How much ocean water displacement is taking place in Hawaii as a result of
> eruptions? How about volcanoes we don't know about deep in the ocean?
> In the last 5 years, California governments have played a negative roll in
> the burning of well over a million acres. These carbon emissions are
> rarely calculated and considered as a cause of global warming. How many
> California miles driven in cars = one 250,000 acre fire? I don't know.
> Did you know there are adults in California that don't think burning trees
> emit carbon emissions that count unless it happens in a man made fireplace
> ? Yes, most of those people went to high school in California.
> But anyways - can we please drop the non-internet related discussions from
> filling my nanog filtered technical email folders?
> Lots of smart people to have discussions with in nanog...maybe we create a
> list called nanog-other-stuff at nanog.org
> Thank You
> Bob Evans
> > On 23/07/2018 20:03, Owen DeLong wrote:
> >> It shows China, the most heavy handed of the three economies in the
> >> graphic as having an accelerating growth in carbon emissions. It does
> >> show that the EU started a downward trend earlier than the US, but that
> >> the downward trend in the EU appears to be leveling off and the US
> >> downward trend looks to be steeper now and accelerating.
> >> In addition, if you drill down to the individual EU countries, several
> >> of them are, in fact, headed up while the more market-based members of
> >> the EU seem to be headed down or having leveled off after a sharp
> >> decline earlier.
> > The data is flawed. The carbon emissions per country don't include
> > import, so you can just import the most carbon-heavy product from China
> > and you will see your country emissions falling and China's growing.
> > And the carbon emission of USA doesn't include Pentagon, while any other
> > army is included in it's country numbers.
> > So we can' really compare such flawed data - these are just numbers for
> > politicians but they have nothing in common with reality.
> > Regarding rising sea levels - I wonder why nobody mentioned submarine
> > fiber landing stations. If something will be affected, it will be them.
> > --
> > Grzegorz Janoszka
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