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‹OH U›
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Last login: 5 March 2009
 
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HAAAYYYYY MAH NAME IS BURBALUR I LOVE ME HES RLY HAWT IM VERY HORNY 24/7 I LIKE TO START SHIT WITH PEOPLE SOOO ILU <3


Q&A Section   
KokiriForest 2 Feb 09  
OH MY GOD LIKE
WE SHOULD GET MARRIED
YOU KNOW CUZ
WE LOVE EACH OTHER.
 
‹OH U› 3 Feb 09  
OMG U R SO RITE
WE SHOULDD LIKE, GET MARRIED NOWWWW
SRSLY
YOU KNOW, BECAUSE WE LOVE EACHOTHER
wait who are you again?
 
KokiriForest 28 Jan 09  
OH MY GOD
I LOVE YOU TOO!
 
‹OH U› 29 Jan 09  
OH MY GOD REALLLLLYYYYYYYYYYY?!?!!?!? THATS GREAAT!!!!!!!
 
gothix101 28 Jan 09  
no problem at all with the ice stuff. If you want to know anything else, just
ask me to search it up, kk? 

I LOVE GOOGLE.COM/CA
 
‹OH U› 29 Jan 09  
okay!
 
gothix101 27 Jan 09  
HERE!! X]


New results from the NorthGRIP ice core in northern Greenland will be discussed.
Based on gas dating and comparisons to ocean cores, the NorthGRIP ice core
extends back about 123,000 years, capturing the latter part of the Eemian. The
ice isotope values imply that the Eemian had a stable climate that was 5K warmer
than present day, and ended with a slow, steady cooling to glacial conditions
over 5,000 years. A new abrupt climate change event at 114,000 years is revealed
for the first time, showing that such events occurred before ice sheets had
grown substantially and the climate had cooled to full glacial conditions.
Comparison of ice isotopes with other Greenland ice cores, GRIP, GISP2, Renland,
Camp Century and DYE3, reveals that a strong climate gradient was present in
northern Greenland during full glacial times, and that this gradient may have
been modulated by the extent of the Laurentide ice sheet. The northern part of
the Greenland ice sheet appears to have been stable in height during the Eemain,
with heights roughly the same as today, while the southern part of the ice sheet
was lower during the Eemain, constraining sea level contributions from Greenland
during the Eemian. Finally, the ice melting at the base at NorthGRIP, with an
unexpectedly high heat flux for this area. This prevents thinning of ice at
depth and leads to a high-resolution record of climate for the end of the last
interglacial.
 
‹OH U› 28 Jan 09  
THANK YOU!!!! I love everything about ice
 
‹U_know_u_want_meh!› 26 Jan 09  
by the way yes u can suck my balls hoe!
 
‹OH U› 28 Jan 09  
HELL YEAH BABY
 
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