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  1. Oh sorry....I wasn't upset. I'm happy to eat my words on this. I forgot this about Forsberg (always mix him up with Sundin). Ok then Datsyuk and Forsberg. Maybe I should have stuck to the AHL.
  2. Oh yeah, lol, Datsyuk...good for breaking all the norms. I figured there'd be one....that's why I said two.
  3. I thought we were hoping for Sakic or Forsberg. You give me Schwartz. There probably are some, so just name two you want EP to aspire to be as good as. I haven't researched it, so shove it down my throat. If he's going to be great, he'll be on the team next year.
  4. Sweden this year ...Utica next year....close enough....two years anywhere after being drafted.
  5. I wonder if the scenario you describe has ever happened in history. Who are the best two drafted forwards that needed two years in the minors
  6. No sarcasm. Can you name a couple forwards who spent two years in the minors after their draft year and are as good as you hope EP turns out? Maybe there are some. Who do you suggest.
  7. If he's not on the team next year, he's not the player we're hoping for.
  8. It's easy to spot a scam. If a Nigerian Prince needs your money, it's a scam. If a sea level trend analysis starts at 1900 instead of 1930, it's a scam. The analysts want to deceive, not inform. Who knows why sea levels are rising, but if it was from human CO2 production, they would be rising a lot faster now than in 1930-1950. They are not.
  9. Satellites come in handy to remove storm surge and pencil eraser issues. It's very doubtful that the 1mm acceleration you report is statistically significant considering the short time period. That is born out by the fact that acceleration has likely been erased by the sea levels drop in the last 2 years. But the trend is rising levels so coastal cities should begin planning for higher seas. Man...you don't know what the issue is.....nice gif though!
  10. Well... I agree...sort of. Rather than a delicate balance, I would say the atmosphere is dynamic and fairly robust. We should be concerned about poisons in our anthropogenic emissions. Human caused methane can be realistically controlled, so it should be, even though it is still a drop in the bucket of climate drivers.
  11. Lol.... you're a smart one. Correct, that is what they are selling, the mosquito lands on the elephant and the platform comes crashing down. Drop everything and come buy my fly swatters. I'm totally on board with controlling methane emissions to the maximum. It is a pollutant and a powerful greenhouse gas. I'm not sure why you keep arguing with me about the bolded. Are you saying people aren't becoming obsessed with CO2? They are....and we are wasting resources on the anthropogenic CO2 issue
  12. I'll take your word for it, but do you realize how small 1mm a year is. It's still rising way slower than in the 30s and 40s...what was the excuse then? Why are levels actually falling for the last year and a half?
  13. I wouldn't complain. The scare tactics they use on TV right now are erosion issues, BTW....but sea levels continue to rise some.
  14. The facts are in the sea level charts, look at one instead of reading Swampy deception.
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