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Could These "Super Corals" Withstand Climate Change?


25-03-2019 14:45
IBdaMann
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
https://www.forbes.com/sites/priyashukla/2019/03/24/could-these-super-corals-withstand-climate-change/#3564a7ee2304

This is a misinformation article. It references "bleaching events" and other crap from the Global Warming mythology as though they are settled science.

Dismissed.


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Could These "Super Corals" Withstand Climate Change?25-03-2019 15:05
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.forbes.com/sites/priyashukla/2019/03/24/could-these-super-corals-withstand-climate-change/#3564a7ee2304
25-03-2019 17:27
HarveyH55
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Few months ago, they were talking about banning certain types of suntan lotion, down in the Florida keys... The claim it's bleaching the coral. Wonder id suntan lotion is actual the cause of global warming too. Really can't imagine a significant quantity of sunscreen getting rinsed off in the ocean. But then again, the warmers believe 0.04% CO2 is the cause of all bad things.

Most of a coral reef is the dead remains of tiny little animals that attach to something solid soon after hatching. After dying, they leave behind their shell, for future generations to attach to. The dead portion loses it's color naturally after a while. It's just the living coral that retains the pretty colors. Corals come in many colors, some aren't so pretty. Could be not as many babies survive the fish feeding off them, different species is dominant, or their diet doesn't include the minerals needed to produce the colors. Lot of different thing can effect them. Even though it's prohibited in a lot of areas, tourist divers still snap off interesting shapes and colors. People have salt water aquariums, with live coral. People still make jewelry from coral. There might not be any bleaching at all, just greedy people over poaching the effect areas.




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