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Climate change warning: Killer winter storms for next THIRTY years

Discussion in 'The Furball Forum' started by ERASER, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. rednoved

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    Like the last thirty ?
     
  3. ShallNotBeInfringed

    ShallNotBeInfringed NRA Business Al

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    In the link, click pics, and those will warm you up.
     
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    I really don't believe anything put out by the IPCC. It's a work of fiction to get more funds to support their lifestyle.
     
  6. smokeross

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    "STORMWATCH 2013" There were always big news flashes on the local stations in Ca. when I was working turnarounds in the refineries every time a little rain was predicted. Seems like they were attempting to cause a state of panic in those who would listen. It rained a little. BFD.
     
  7. janice6

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    OH CRAP!


    I was counting on Global Warming to moderate Minnesota winters to be more livable.


    Now they tell me there will be more "Winter as usual".
     
  8. NavyVet1959

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    Winter storms would be nice. The idea of the Texas Gulf Coast actually having *seasons* is something that I really would like to see happen. Besides, it's so much fun to see the people around here try to drive when there is just 1/4" of snow on the streets.