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  • Mostly Helena, but also lived in Gt. Falls for a year and Somers for a year.

    Winter in Montana

  • Were picked up by Air Sea Rescue launch and taken to Naval Hospital in Gt. Yarmouth.

    I REMEMBER: EDDY WHITE

  • The worldwide capacity for storing carbon dioxide in depleted natural gas and crude oil production fields and in unminable deep coal seams has been estimated as about 1000 Gt which is equivalent to 140 years of the 7 Gt emissions (in 2005) from the worldwide total coal-fired power generation.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • The worldwide capacity for storing carbon dioxide in depleted natural gas and crude oil production fields and in unminable deep coal seams has been estimated as about 1000 Gt which is equivalent to 140 years of the 7 Gt emissions (in 2005) from the worldwide total coal-fired power generation.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • The worldwide capacity for storing carbon dioxide in depleted natural gas and crude oil production fields and in unminable deep coal seams has been estimated as about 1000 Gt which is equivalent to 140 years of the 7 Gt emissions (in 2005) from the worldwide total coal-fired power generation.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • The worldwide capacity for storing carbon dioxide in depleted natural gas and crude oil production fields and in unminable deep coal seams has been estimated as about 1000 Gt which is equivalent to 140 years of the 7 Gt emissions (in 2005) from the worldwide total coal-fired power generation.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • The worldwide capacity for storing carbon dioxide in depleted natural gas and crude oil production fields and in unminable deep coal seams has been estimated as about 1000 Gt which is equivalent to 140 years of the 7 Gt emissions (in 2005) from the worldwide total coal-fired power generation.

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

  • But when you add a big spike say a 50 Gt release of methane, there's no mask on this intruder -- believe me, you're going to notice him!

    Nathan Currier: Methane in the Twilight Zone (Second Episode)

  • Who's even going to bother, amid whatever would be left of normalcy, with something as weak as the Copenhagen Accord's 50 percent cuts in global emissions (by 2050), if 50 Gt (gigatons) of methane have just come out, spread over a half decade, say, adding their powerful forcing (something like 100 years of carbon dioxide emissions all at once)?

    Nathan Currier: Methane in the Twilight Zone (Second Episode)

  • Who's even going to bother, amid whatever would be left of normalcy, with something as weak as the Copenhagen Accord's 50 percent cuts in global emissions (by 2050), if 50 Gt (gigatons) of methane have just come out, spread over a half decade, say, adding their powerful forcing (something like 100 years of carbon dioxide emissions all at once)?

    Nathan Currier: Methane in the Twilight Zone (Second Episode)

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