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  • test
    August 15, 2012 - 15:29

    Global Warming is a hoax

    • Geordie King
      August 15, 2012 - 22:02

      Yes, that's why we have polar bears scurrying around looking for ice chunks which are no longer there. Thats why cod are leaving the gulf of Maine and being replaced by Fluke and other traditional southern species. That's why lobsters in Maine molted 6 weeks early, leading to a near collapse of an already saturated market. That's why we are seeing unprecedented droughts in the US and dwindling water supplies the world over. Have you completely lost your mind or are you just an ignorant --- ----. I as you may guess am a commercial fisherman from Maine. Let's face the facts and develope ways which lead to less of a carbon foot print so future generations may once again flourish; not only survive. I am not an extremist but to contnue at this stage to write off "global warming" as another left winged hoax is pure ignorance. With morons like you. it'll take barracudas showing up off Newfoundland to get you to wake up. Bt then of course, it'll be a bit too late as we'll no longer be here and natur will once again correct herself.

  • Winston Adams
    August 15, 2012 - 09:16

    Air conditioning in Nfld ? All homes here could be converted to efficient heating and cooling. The cost - about 1/4 that of Muskrat falls. The benefit- it will reduce overall winter peak demand by about 40 percent ( allowing for small business conversion too) and consumers save 60 percent on the amount of electricity needed for winter heating, so electricity prices can be stabalized at present prices, or close to it. You do it for heating and the cooling benefit comes free, except for a little summer energy use which is beneficial to help balance the load and when Holyrood is not needed. One way to adapt to climate change which is only too real.

    • Maurice Rogers
      August 15, 2012 - 10:49

      Hey, there's a storm brewing in the south Atlantic, I bet we can link that to MF also.