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Post time 2012-7-10 14:55:58 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2012-7-10 14:45
You are right.

The CHINESE have been overtly hoping for the North Pole region to thaw so that the ...

And as those Chinese boats crosses the Bering, they will also be accelerating the moment, Tbetan glaciers dry up.
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Post time 2012-7-10 16:04:12 |Display all floors

RE: Extreme Temperatures (Asia) - Summary

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But just how unusual was this deadly heat wave? According to Zhang and Gaston (2004), it was the hottest period of the hottest summer experienced in north China over the past seven centuries, where peak warmth exceeded the modern-day extreme heat wave high temperature by fully 2°C. What is more, it occurred in 1743, sandwiched between two of the coldest intervals of the Little Ice Age, as opposed to occurring during the modern era of instrumentality.


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Post time 2012-7-10 16:59:17 |Display all floors
This post was edited by Revolutionar at 2012-7-10 17:23
sansukong Post time: 2012-7-10 16:04
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Haved you asked Zhang and Gaston what they think of sansukong gas?
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Post time 2012-7-10 19:41:16 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2012-7-10 15:45
You are right.

The CHINESE have been overtly hoping for the North Pole region to thaw so that the ...

[quote]he CHINESE have been overtly hoping for the North Pole region to thaw so that they can get their cargo boats to travel the shorter route to Canada via the Bering Strait.]

please, don't teach them children that 'BOATS' from China need to go tru the  Bearing Strait to reach Canada...

they, however do use this Strait to work the Northern Europe market...

ohh, pleASE  teach the kids them vessels are called SHIPS,  however, ships do carry boats in case they hit something or being hit to save lives...
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Post time 2012-7-10 20:24:43 |Display all floors
shameless Post time: 2012-7-10 19:41
[quote]he CHINESE have been overtly hoping for the North Pole region to thaw so that they can get  ...

Boats are for taking sans out to sea and  push them over.............hahahahaha.
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Post time 2012-7-10 20:46:12 |Display all floors
Revolutionar Post time: 2012-7-10 21:24
Boats are for taking sans out to sea and  push them over.............hahahahaha.

is that so!
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Post time 2012-7-10 20:48:03 |Display all floors
shameless Post time: 2012-7-10 20:46
is that so!

Who says you are the only shameless one around here?
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