Monday, May 24, 2010

CrossFit ATL 2010-05-2105001
Nervous CrossFit trainers gather at CF ATL to take the new written competency test that is part of CrossFit's effort to become the first fitness organization with an internationally recognized accreditation.

Workout of the Day

"Tommy V"

For time:
115 pound Thruster, 21 reps
15 ft Rope Climb, 12 ascents
115 pound Thruster, 15 reps
15 ft Rope Climb, 9 ascents
115 pound Thruster, 9 reps
15 ft Rope Climb, 6 ascents

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Remember we are closed this weekend, Fri, Sat, & Sun while we all attend the Regional CrossFit Games qualifying in Jacksonville.

Either the scientists or those who report science news are stunned and don't know what to make of these two data points: The upper oceans are getting warmer, and the oceans are absorbing less CO2 than formerly.  If they ever opened a warm Coca-Cola they would know the answer: warm water holds less CO2 in solution than cold water.  This phenomenon is due to the solubility curve of CO2 in water.  A warming ocean absorbs less CO2 from the atmosphere, and, in fact, a great deal of CO2 in the ocean escapes to the atmosphere as the ocean warms.  The same is true for other gases, such as oxygen, which is why the great fisheries of the world are in colder waters.  The most logical explanation for all this is that rising CO2 levels are an effect of global warming, rather than a cause.  See Acquittal of Carbon Dioxide, by Jeff Glassman

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