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Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
He Man
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Post: #31
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
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Krampus  Wrote: (06-12-2018 10:46 PM)
Who need trees and animals after all...

99% of Rhinos gone since 1914.
97% of Tigers gone since 1914.
90% of Lions gone since 1993.
90% of Sea Turtles gone since 1980.
90% of Monarch Butterflies gone since 1995.
90% of Big Ocean Fish gone since 1950.
80% of Antarctic Krill gone since 1975.
80% of Western Gorillas gone since 1955.
60% of Forest Elephants gone since 1970.
50% of Great Barrier Reef gone since 1985.
40% of Giraffes gone since 2000.
30% of Marine Birds gone since 1995.
70% of Marine Birds gone since 1950.
28% of Land Animals gone since 1970.
28% of All Marine Animals gone since 1970.
50% of coral reefs gone
97% – Humans & Livestock are 97% of land-air vertebrate biomass.
10,000 years ago we were 0.01% of land-air vertebrate biomass.

Thanks, but now I got to cry again. Hugs Tissue

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Post: #32
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
Aluminum chemtrails.
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Post: #33
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
Because trees never die and live forever

ffs this guy again facepalm
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Post: #34
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
Quote:Between 2005 and 2017, the researchers probed and dated “practically all known very large and potentially old” African baobabs – more than 60 individuals in all. Collating data on girth, height, wood volume and age, they noted the “unexpected and intriguing fact” that most of the very oldest and biggest trees died during the study period. All were in southern Africa – Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, and Zambia.

Yeah when I pruned my hackberry last year, germs got in and killed it too.

Bore a hole in a baobob to check the age, same thing can happen.

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Post: #35
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
He Man  Wrote: (06-12-2018 10:50 PM)
Krampus  Wrote: (06-12-2018 10:46 PM)
Who need trees and animals after all...

99% of Rhinos gone since 1914.
97% of Tigers gone since 1914.
90% of Lions gone since 1993.
90% of Sea Turtles gone since 1980.
90% of Monarch Butterflies gone since 1995.
90% of Big Ocean Fish gone since 1950.
80% of Antarctic Krill gone since 1975.
80% of Western Gorillas gone since 1955.
60% of Forest Elephants gone since 1970.
50% of Great Barrier Reef gone since 1985.
40% of Giraffes gone since 2000.
30% of Marine Birds gone since 1995.
70% of Marine Birds gone since 1950.
28% of Land Animals gone since 1970.
28% of All Marine Animals gone since 1970.
50% of coral reefs gone
97% – Humans & Livestock are 97% of land-air vertebrate biomass.
10,000 years ago we were 0.01% of land-air vertebrate biomass.

Thanks, but now I got to cry again. Hugs Tissue

I agree with this side of You, focus on that and not failed activism that will make USA mexico gigantic ver.

Or the mid-east.
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Post: #36
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
I'm actually curious about what they would find if they analyzed the chemical components of the soil. People have done more serious things than kill trees to prove a point.
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Post: #37
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
Krampus  Wrote: (06-12-2018 10:46 PM)
Who need trees and animals after all...

99% of Rhinos gone since 1914.
97% of Tigers gone since 1914.
90% of Lions gone since 1993.
90% of Sea Turtles gone since 1980.
90% of Monarch Butterflies gone since 1995.
90% of Big Ocean Fish gone since 1950.
80% of Antarctic Krill gone since 1975.
80% of Western Gorillas gone since 1955.
60% of Forest Elephants gone since 1970.
50% of Great Barrier Reef gone since 1985.
40% of Giraffes gone since 2000.
30% of Marine Birds gone since 1995.
70% of Marine Birds gone since 1950.
28% of Land Animals gone since 1970.
28% of All Marine Animals gone since 1970.
50% of coral reefs gone
97% – Humans & Livestock are 97% of land-air vertebrate biomass.
10,000 years ago we were 0.01% of land-air vertebrate biomass.

Verifiable evidence might be nice if you are going to make such crazy statements.
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Post: #38
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-12-2018 09:35 PM)
He Man  Wrote: (06-12-2018 09:15 PM)
Carbon is the problem only carbon reduction can turn things around or we all die along with 98% of living things on this planet. So go ahead and get mad or not.

Heating and cooling are natural cycles of the earth. Happened before and will happen again and nothing can be done to stop it.

^This. Carbon emissions from humans are just a tiny drop in a huge bucket. Humans and wildlife thrived in the past when the carbon levels on the planet were insanely higher. This whole carbon tax thing is just a globalist scam to line the pockets of psychos like the Koch brothers and Soros of the world, and to keep 3rd world countries from developing. The whole carbon tax thing is extremely anti-humanitarian.

Most of the things that ever lived are dead, and eventually every living thing will have it's time to die. If we are expediting the process in some minute way, it's really not that big of a deal to me. Should we go around and kill all of the big cats in Africa to save the elephants from them? Where does it end?

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Post: #39
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-13-2018 01:50 AM)
Quote:Between 2005 and 2017, the researchers probed and dated “practically all known very large and potentially old” African baobabs – more than 60 individuals in all. Collating data on girth, height, wood volume and age, they noted the “unexpected and intriguing fact” that most of the very oldest and biggest trees died during the study period. All were in southern Africa – Zimbabwe, Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, and Zambia.

Yeah when I pruned my hackberry last year, germs got in and killed it too.

Bore a hole in a baobob to check the age, same thing can happen.

Sounds like a more reasonable explanation than "global climate warming change".
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Post: #40
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
LoP Guest  Wrote: (06-13-2018 02:13 AM)
Luvapottamus  Wrote: (06-13-2018 01:50 AM)
Yeah when I pruned my hackberry last year, germs got in and killed it too.

Bore a hole in a baobob to check the age, same thing can happen.

Sounds like a more reasonable explanation than "global climate warming change".

True, and it doesn't help that the native population there isn't exactly renowned for taking care of things.

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Post: #41
RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
When all is said and done, and things become exponentially worse, the world WILL blame the United States GOP for this.

Isn't it remarkable? Out of the ENTIRE world, conservatives or liberal or WHATEVER, ONLY the anti-science petroleum loving GOP of the US has it right!!


EVERYONE ELSE in the world is just WRONG.

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House of M  Wrote: (06-13-2018 02:19 AM)
When all is said and done, and things become exponentially worse, the world WILL blame the United States GOP for this.

Isn't it remarkable? Out of the ENTIRE world, conservatives or liberal or WHATEVER, ONLY the anti-science petroleum loving GOP of the US has it right!!


EVERYONE ELSE in the world is just WRONG.

Lmao

chuckle

I'm a democrat and I dispute the CNN headline.

The demise of the largest and oldest African baobabs

Abstract
The African baobab is the biggest and longest-living angiosperm tree. By using radiocarbon dating we identified the stable architectures that enable baobabs to reach large sizes and great ages. We report that 9 of the 13 oldest and 5 of the 6 largest individuals have died, or at least their oldest parts/stems have collapsed and died, over the past 12 years; the cause of the mortalities is still unclear.

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41477-018-0170-5

We're to believe trees between 2400 and 6000 years old never experienced weather like that of the last three years?

chuckle

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RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
I am concerned about it, but I think we should check for other causes because if we changed the climate and this happened, we won't be able to change it back fast enough to save the rest of them.

chuckle

No matter how much my smart meter overbills me.

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RE: Global warming: Giant African baobab trees die suddenly after thousands of years
House of M  Wrote: (06-13-2018 02:19 AM)
When all is said and done, and things become exponentially worse, the world WILL blame the United States GOP for this.

Isn't it remarkable? Out of the ENTIRE world, conservatives or liberal or WHATEVER, ONLY the anti-science petroleum loving GOP of the US has it right!!


EVERYONE ELSE in the world is just WRONG.

Lmao

To think of it as a left/right thing is obtusely naive. Most politicians on the national stage that are dem or rep work for and take money from globalists. While you're busy discussing politics on internet forums they have rooms of people just sitting around thinking of ways to influence public opinion. Trump backing out of the Paris climate accord is just part of their plan to rile up the dems and continue on the path they are on to creating a political civil war. They would rather we are busy casting stones at each other than looking at the real problem... them.

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Post: #45
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He Man  Wrote: (06-12-2018 10:29 PM)
Looky  Wrote: (06-12-2018 09:47 PM)
What was the beaver population like at your place 200 years ago? I bet you need more water surface area on your property.

Thanks but no beavers near my area. We have small areas of standing water in some places through the fall, winter and early spring. But we just had the driest May on record after one of the wettest Aprils on record. The big trees are starting to dry up and die because they can't take the lack of water for 5 months a year now.
It goes from high stress to dying, and it is getting worse. We have some hundred year old cedars and Douglas Fir and western White Pine, one huge really old maple, that has lost its top two thirds, a few of the oldest cedar trunks here show where they used hand axes to cut notches in the trunk to stand on platforms to use hand crosscut saws to take them down. The climate is changing so fast the critters and trees can't keep up with the changes.

Amid California’s historic drought, ancient sequoias show signs of stress
California’s giant trees are showing unprecedented die-back, and land managers who are already battling drought, warming and fire are racing to save them

https://www.theguardian.com/vital-signs/...trees-park

Article is from 2015, you're out of the drought and worried about the mud slides again.
It's a cycle, try to keep up.

Something a couple of years newer than your article.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/calif-gov-j...o-drought/
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