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but you will believe any random person that tells you that dolphins "rape".
Dolphins try to rape people??
I heard on manswers tonight that dolphins have been known to try to rape human beings.......... is that true?
Absolutely true. Male dolphins are known to gang rape other dolphins, male and female, and they are not real picky about what species they mate with. There is a news story every year or so about dolphins trying to rape swimmers.
"The woman taken by the dolphin was 37 year old pilates instructor and professional dancer, Tanya Halerfan of Liverpool, NY . Authorities are still looking for Halerfan.
Bob Grunderson of the National Coast Guard made a statement to the press stating, “Our search for Miss Halerfan or her remains will continue though we hold no hope of finding either. In past experience with cases of dolphin kidnapping and sexual assault the victims are usually never found.”
"There are at least 14 cases of dolphin rape reported each year in the United States, these usually occur near the shore where victims are able to escape before they can be dragged into a dolphin rape cave. There is no real estimate of how many deaths are the result of dolphin rape each year as many of these occur in open water where there are few eyewitnesses if any."
The difference between weather and climate is a measure of time. Weather is what conditions of the atmosphere are over a short period of time, and climate is how the atmosphere "behaves" over relatively long periods of time.
originally posted by: ChesterJohn
a reply to: redtic
The point is NCDC has been cooking the books making the temps higher. they said that 2012 was the warmest year but they went back and made 1936 the warmest again.
Sexually Aggressive Dolphin Tries To 'Get Busy' With Scuba Divers
A frisky dolphin who swims near the Cayman Islands apparently has the hots for humans, as a shocking new video amply demonstrates.
The dolphin -- who has been nicknamed "Stinky the Loner Dolphin" -- has one purpose in mind: "Getting busy" with scuba divers.
One recent encounter was filmed by Michael Maes, an underwater videographer based on Grand Cayman Island.
The clip, which Maes posted on his YouTube page, shows Stinky trying to "ride" Maes. In the process, Stinky pushes the human down to the bottom of the ocean floor, a distance Maes said could have been 400 feet.
While dolphins attemping to hook up with humans is not uncommon, it is unusual for humans to return the favor.
However, it did happen in at least one case.
Malcolm Brenner, 60, author of "Wet Goddess," a 2011 book about a man's nine-month sexual relationship with a dolphin, claims it's based on a real-life love affair with a dolphin named Dolly back in 1970, when he was in his early 20s.
originally posted by: guohua
a reply to: nixie_nox
I have a friend, she's been a meteorologists for more than 45 years now.
She pretty much believes Gore is Full Of Bull Sh^st Too!
Her favorite saying is, "climate is what you expect and weather is what you get."
So maybe you should take a Deep Breath and Relax, you can believe What Ever your Little Heart Wants To Believe!
But, Try not to Force your believe system on me, it's not a Religion YET!
originally posted by: amazing
Man Made Global Warming is actually science...from thousands of scientists and hundreds of thousands of support personnel and researchers. It's real science, not some talking head or news pundit.
The poster needs to change the sensationalist and bad propaganda title too, I read an article on temperatures in the US and thought it applied to the whole world, and I really have no clue how GW works.
While the globe experienced relatively warm temperatures in 2012, the continental U.S. endured its warmest year on record by far, according to NOAA, the official keeper of U.S. weather records.
"The U.S. temperatures in the summer of 2012 are an example of a new trend of outlying seasonal extremes that are warmer than the hottest seasonal temperatures of the mid-20th century," GISS director James E. Hansen said. "The climate dice are now loaded. Some seasons still will be cooler than the long-term average, but the perceptive person should notice that the frequency of unusually warm extremes is increasing. It is the extremes that have the most impact on people and other life on the planet."