Lecture videos from the 2010 AGU Conferance

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    2010 AGU Fall Meeting: Featured Lectures

    Won't have a chance to view these until after Christmas, but they look interesting.
     
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    An excellent presentation concerning the nature of the ice loss in glaciers around the world.

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    12,000 years ago, Connecticut was a glacier.

    And at the Annual Australopithecus Glacial Conference, Really Old Rocks made the following presentation, "Ohh, we lost the Connecticut Glacier!! We must stop making camp fires! It releases deadly CO2 into the air and that is why the Connecticut Glacier melted. No, I cannot replicate these results in a lab, you gotta just take my word on it."

    Merry Christmas
     

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