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2009-06-21 -Signs, Portents, and the Weather-
Big chill in Churchill
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Posted by Anonymoose 2009-06-21 00:14|| E-Mail|| Front Page|| [6466 views ]  Top

#1 Has Al been in town recently
Posted by Cheaderhead 2009-06-21 00:21||   2009-06-21 00:21|| Front Page Top

#2 I hope the Polar Bears are okay! /sarc
Posted by Crart Tojo1570 2009-06-21 01:42||   2009-06-21 01:42|| Front Page Top

#3 GWMA.
Posted by OldSpook 2009-06-21 01:48||   2009-06-21 01:48|| Front Page Top

#4 GWMA --- Gospel Music Workshop of America ?
Posted by g(r)omgoru 2009-06-21 04:30||   2009-06-21 04:30|| Front Page Top

#5 Right now the eastern seaboard is experiencing a winter-type northeast blow. This variety of storm is exceedingly rare after April 1, and almost unheard of after May 1.

It's the third week of June.
Posted by no mo uro 2009-06-21 05:57||   2009-06-21 05:57|| Front Page Top

#6 Rember that the buzz words are no longer -- "Global Warming"; but they are "Climate Change". Therefore any deviation from the mean temperature requires massive Government programs, regulation, and intervention. Oh, and making sunscreen a prescription drug.
Posted by Highlander 2009-06-21 12:21||   2009-06-21 12:21|| Front Page Top

#7 about 50F as of this post

might even hit 60F today
Posted by Lord garth 2009-06-21 12:48||   2009-06-21 12:48|| Front Page Top

#8 Patagonia possibly, not here.
Posted by Besoeker 2009-06-21 12:55||   2009-06-21 12:55|| Front Page Top

#9 Towards the end of the article

Such major oscillations are part of a bumpy ride toward global warming," said Thomas Karl of the National Climate Center. "For awhile at least this will be the shape of things to come."

"stupid People often confuse climate with weather, and this spring is a weather phenomenon," said an Environment Canada spokesperson

"Experts" are sooo good !
Posted by Willy 2009-06-21 13:17||   2009-06-21 13:17|| Front Page Top

#10 Major oscillations? What a shithead. Try a major cooling trend here for nearly a decade -- a cooling that has also been noticed on other planets.

Man-made warming? Bull. Try looking at the big orange-yellow ball of fusion plasma up in the sky that provides all the energy hitting this planet in massive amounts daily. It might actually be the thing at hand, not "man made". What an idiot this "expert" is.
Posted by OldSpook 2009-06-21 15:37||   2009-06-21 15:37|| Front Page Top

#11 Warm temperatures are evidence for global warming.

Average temperatures are evidence for global warming (somewhat bumpy ride).

Cold temperatures are evidence for global warming (even bumpier ride).

Thus "global warming" is a hypothesis that can not be falsified. It's religion or something but not science.
Posted by Harry Uling1086 2009-06-21 17:00||   2009-06-21 17:00|| Front Page Top

#12 > Such major oscillations are part of a bumpy ride toward global warming

ABSOLUTE RUBBISH. If you predict a warming trend then prolonged cold should be HIGHLY unlikely.

Has he even considering that maybe the holy model of Gaia is in error (sorry for the blasphemy)?
Posted by Bright Pebbles 2009-06-21 18:11||   2009-06-21 18:11|| Front Page Top

#13 Wellhell, here on GUAM this AM the Sun was out early, bright, and espec HOT-HOT-HOT-....

Have I said HOT!?
Posted by JosephMendiola 2009-06-21 18:42||   2009-06-21 18:42|| Front Page Top

#14 Alabama has been running 95-98 degrees aout a week now, not really out of range, but a bit earlier than "Normal".
Posted by Redneck Jim 2009-06-21 20:28||   2009-06-21 20:28|| Front Page Top

#15 these "experts" conveniently never take into account the trajectory of the earth as it orbits the sun. The minute variances of the earth's orbital movement as it travels closer and farther from the sun impacts the heat factor on the planet & has done so since our planet was formed.
Posted by Broadhead6 2009-06-21 23:54||   2009-06-21 23:54|| Front Page Top

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