Thank you! Because No Way would we ever be able to use metric measurements in Arizona. Just because they're special. Probably the most metric thing in the state is the London Bridge.
Point well made!
Is this why we come to Slashdot? Because we don't know what ntp is, or how it works, so we don't really have to think about it a whole lot? I can't see how this qualifies as news for nerds. What a waste of a front-page article.
This past summer, NASA launched its first satellite devoted to measuring atmospheric carbon dioxide, a heat-trapping gas that is driving global warming.
This map is little bit more than a month's worth of data.
Note that the large CO2 emissions in the southern hemisphere is due to Ag with a temporary burns, while the emissions in the north are basically at its lowest points. Also note the CO2 to the east of China over the Pacific.
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