Monday, December 27, 2004

The Sumatra Earthquake

One cannot even imagine the forces and terror involved with both the earth and the tsunami that followed.

But I alone understand the reason why it happened.

It was caused by global warming.

Follow me on this: Global warming is causing huge melting of the ice at the north and south poles, dumping huge amounts of fresh water into the world's oceans. Fresh water is less dense than salt water, therefore, weighs less. Therefore, there was less water weight over the "plate" off Sumatra to hold it down... and of course it jumped up.

There. Now you know too.

Science is such a wonderful thing. You get such wholesale return of conjecture from such a trifling investment in fact.


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