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(National Geographic)   Biggest dead zone ever forecast in Gulf of Mexico -- as big as the dead zone called New Jersey   ( divider line
    More: Scary, Gulf of Mexico, New Jersey, algal bloom, surface waters, phosphorus, Midwestern United States, instant-runoff voting, estuaries  
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2013-06-25 09:27:37 AM  
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No worries, The Dead Zone is non-cannon, as is that 9 part mini series where Garlic Jr. appears and makes the whole world evil and Krillin has a girlfriend.
2013-06-25 09:14:58 AM  
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OnlyM3: fta
The forecasts are made using computer models
Same computer simulations that predicted the Himalayas would be devoid of ice and snow would be a thing of the past?


No. These computer models are concerned with fertilizer run-off and algal growth and decomposition rates. They don't address the temperature and precipitation amounts in the Himalayas.
2013-06-25 08:50:24 AM  
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