Where are your sources? If you want to prove things that are considered outlandish by the masses, you need to show, you know, proof.

Example: I think listening to Nickelback leads to brain damage and possibly death (or worse!) I could leave it at that and no one would believe me OR I could show the video of my grandpap-pap listening to Nickelback and dying immediately. That would be my proof.

RIP grandpap-pap

]]>Does the players’ union have a rest home they can put this guy in?

]]>God: There is no help.

Mankind: /weeps

]]>Ideal Gas Law: PV= n RT

replacing n, the number of moles of a substance, with m/M, which is mass divided by Molar Mass and inserting ρ = m/V where rho is the density and m is mass, V is volume

You get the rewritten equation as: P = ρRT/M

Because Pressure, P and Molar Mass, M is assumed to be constant and R is the Ideal gas Constant you find that you have an inverse relationship between ρ and T, where by:

ρ = 1/T, So that as Temperature increases the density of the air decreases, so that there is less air resistance on a ball that travels to warm air. This is the same reason why a hot air ballon floats, but a cold air ballon would not. So that if there’s a global increase in temperature then the air is indeed thinner.

Also, in case anyone is saying, “isn’t the problem more carbon dioxide in the air?” Though this is true, the amount of CO2 in the air is miniscule, 320 -400 parts per million, depending where it’s measure, which is about 0.04%! Scientists estimates that in the past hundred years or so the average increase of CO2 has been about 80 parts per million world wide, which all things considered, is just a 0.008% increase.

]]>And yes, the Right is often less than rational as well. I’m an equal opportunity hater, rather than blindly sticking with one side.

]]>Unless, of course, they’re playing the Mets. Gary Cohen is a joy to listen to.

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