We will be sending a petition to CNN and to President Bush requesting that the Pledge Of Allegiance be changed to \"Hey America, you\'re so fine, you\'re so fine you blow my mind, America.\" Not only is it fun and short, but it\'s patriotic and constitutional! We will send this out by the end of July, so be sure and sign!
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anthony, United States2 years ago State: Alaska
Country: Christmas Island
Yoon, United States2 years ago State: North Dakota
Country: Equatorial Guinea
Comments: I undertook gloeogical research on Tuvalu in the eighties. At the time I was heavily into guano! I have published on some effects of WWII on Amatuku.There are a couple of other ironies that can be added to that of Willis. Arthur Webb and Paul Kench have to a great extent rediscovered the wheel. Back in 1973 a major hurricane, Bebe, swept Fongafale, the main islet of Funafuti, the principal atoll of Tuvalu. In one night the area of that islet increased by 15% as a vast hurricane bank of debris was piled up on the windward side by the storm. This is part of the normal aggradation process whereby atolls grow. It has been documented for many years. On the landward side of the new bank on Fongafale are fossil debris banks from previous savage storms. One cemented by natural means now protects the airstrip from modern storms. The 1973 bank and the growth process on Fongafale were studied in depth by Professor Roger McClean, at the time researcher at the University of Auckland from whence comes the new study. Roger had extensive funding from, of all places, the UN.And, if any of researchers of the 21st century were to get from the shelves of their libraries a book published in the nineteenth century entitled Coral Reefs by one C. Darwin, they would find the processes of atoll origins and growth described therein. Oddly enough Darwin's ideas precipitated as savage and as unpleasant a debate as the present AGW debacle.What goeth around cometh around.
Sahil, France2 years ago State: New Mexico
Comments: HAPPY BIRTHDAY GIRL! Oh my some how I don't think you really wish we were there This looks very rionatmc. Your photos are beautiful. Tim and I have been wanting to go to Orcas for awhile, you have inspired me to get on the net and start looking for hotels. Thanks for the beautiful postcards!P.S. Don't forget to enter my blog giveaway, I am giving away something special Hugs, Amada
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