I was born long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away. No. Not that one. That one is silly.
The little turtles will all go toward the water once they hatch. Except for the ones who don’t. But that’s okay. There are plenty.
At least it’s not the cone of shame.
They can smell when you aren’t a serious buyer.
Too catchy. It has to sound more sincerely scientific and official.
I’m on their do-not-call list, for reasons entirely unknown to me.
I do not ignore the oceans. The oceans are too cool to hydrate the planet in the present day. That is why there is increasing inland aridity, which began in the ice age and has continued ever since. When the oceans are warm enough, then water vapor will be forced farther before precipitating out, which will result in continental glaciers and deserts turned to grasslands and forests. In addition, during glacial deposition, the increased water vapor will remove CO2 and CH4 from the air, and increase upper altitude O3 levels. In fact, inland continental glacial deposits from the ice age show lower CO2 levels, which I would expect to find. Modern “climate science” says that these glacial deposits were made in the absence of the thermal energy required to move water inland against atmospheric cooling and condensation. Water regulates temperature. It converts thermal energy into kinetic energy. Mann-Made Climate Change denies science.
Rows of ducks, bucks for clucks.
Juggling a number of Avogadro’s, one can see that it’s pretty much the same all over. Be at ease. We all share the awful thing, and struggle on anyway. Let us rejoice and let us sing and dance and ring in the new. Hail Atlantis!
Wonderful day, hopping away. Knock on my door, even the score with your smile. Lovely to see you again my friend. Hop along with me to the next bend. Tell us what you’ve seen, in far away forgotten ponds, where tadpoles have turned into frogs.
—Froggy Blues ; Lovely to See You