Fishermen Say Carbon Dioxide Having ‘Really Scary’ Ocean Effect

The group said the ocean is becoming more acidic because of carbon-dioxide emissions that are damaging coral reefs, decimating populations of tiny animals at the base of the food chain and eating away at the shells of clams, mussels and oysters.

“Every so often we snag a piece of coral on the gear,” Brown, of Bellingham, Washington, said in an interview. “It doesn’t look healthy, the color has gone out of it. The evidence is that we have ... Full Story »

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Norman Rogers
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by Norman Rogers - Dec. 13, 2009

No facts. How does a fisherman in Washington snag corral which only grows in the tropics? Do these fishermen have PH meters to test ocean acidity? Since global warming is falling apart the activists have adopted ocean acidification as a backup crackpot theory.

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