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Topic: Four-Square Theorem.By Aiya-Oba
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Brian Q. Hutchings

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Re: Four-Square Theorem.By Aiya-Oba
Posted: Feb 6, 2013 4:45 PM
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but, that isn't all of them.

> watervapor does have, and it IS main GH gas.
> But it mostly have absorption bends in areas
> far from IR emission maximum.

if Tierra del Feguans are not out getting their first tan
of the season, all dressed-up in furs, why aren't they?

this is the second-most awful malaproposisme,
after "global" warming; "hole(s)" in the ozonosphere,
plainly be folks who are not cognizant
of the anticyclonic winter/night thingy.
> about uv induced tumors

according to my (Westinguouse Research) source,
dihydrogen oxide has a much larger window
of absoprtive spectrum, then you-know-what.

restraining order on the googoplex ;
I suggest that you try it, yourself, every candy-colored moon or so.

"global" warming is a horrible malaproposime,
totally confounded by the most elementray datum. and,
the datum of concern hereinatsville is significant
in its own wright, no matter what the God-am Peanut Gallery has
to type about it ... especially Snoopy.

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