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(Oregon Live)   Toxic algae blooms are clearly less deadly when the grant funding to study them runs out   ( divider line
    More: Fail, Algae, blush, Cyanobacteria, Oregon, Grants Pass, septic systems, bodies of water, rainstorm  
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1369 clicks; posted to Geek » on 25 Oct 2013 at 6:10 PM (4 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2013-10-25 03:13:57 PM  
So you hear less about how harmful something is when you stop paying the people who's job it is to tell you how harmful something is? Submitter sounds stupid bootstrappy
2013-10-25 06:54:55 PM  
driven by warmer temperatures and more frequent rainstorms related to global warming

So much derp, so little grant money
2013-10-25 07:30:05 PM  
Yeah, and remember how just an expression of opinion about cutting the funding for volcanic activity monitoring by Bobby Jindal caused that volcanic to asplode? This will not end well. Those toxic algae blooms are going to be angry, and this shiat is going to get out of control, and we'll be lucky to survive it.

Imagine what would happen if we spent less on global warming grants! A high pressure would invariably develop over the entire surface of the earth until not just the ice caps, but even the ground under them melted.

It's serious business, and this is why in the 1830s, with no such monitoring, the average life expectancy was 25 minutes.
2013-10-26 08:08:45 AM  
Scientists, aways makin it rain, yo.
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