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2013-01-13 08:26:28 AM
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All this really means, that like faces humans see dicks everywhere.
 
2013-01-13 08:56:48 AM
I see God is continuing to express his anger at gay marriage in Massachusetts by flattening churches in other states...
 
2013-01-13 09:00:42 AM
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2013-01-13 09:01:24 AM
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2013-01-13 09:07:46 AM
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2013-01-13 09:08:12 AM
Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???
 
2013-01-13 09:09:02 AM
FTA: "Apparently, the lamp fell onto the blankets or the blankets were to close to the heat source,..."

Yes, editors are impossible too find nowadays.

/Enjoy your race to the bottom, Merikuh.
 
2013-01-13 09:10:57 AM
I can vouch for the Southwest being out of whack. It is 12 friggen degrees outside this morning...our January average high is in the high 50's to mid 60's in this part of New Mexico, avg low around 30.

/Sure I'll be hearing some dumbass talking about global warming freezing his pipes at some point in the day unless i just stay in.
 
2013-01-13 09:17:03 AM
Seems pretty normal here. The past few years were weird with it being so warm, but it's finally straightening out.

/-6 out right now
 
2013-01-13 09:18:15 AM

crispyone: Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???


No. It's like this.

Hot weather proves global warming. However, cold weather proves global warming. It's a little bit like the idea that more snow is caused by the warm air being able to carry more moisture, and at the same time, drought is due to global warming. So, more precipitation means global warming, and less precipitation equals global warming. Here's an easy way to remember it:

More of anything = global warming
Less of anything = global warming
The same amount of anything = global warming
 
2013-01-13 09:21:34 AM
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2013-01-13 09:21:57 AM

SevenizGud: crispyone: Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???

No. It's like this.

Hot weather proves global warming. However, cold weather proves global warming. It's a little bit like the idea that more snow is caused by the warm air being able to carry more moisture, and at the same time, drought is due to global warming. So, more precipitation means global warming, and less precipitation equals global warming. Here's an easy way to remember it:

More of anything = global warming
Less of anything = global warming
The same amount of anything = global warming


Ha, you just made my morning.

/now if only the Pats and Hawks can win.
 
2013-01-13 09:26:05 AM

crispyone: Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???


You're not familiar with temperature inversion, which means that weather is affected by atmospheric convection, but climate is the macroscopic result of positive vorticity advection.

You're welcome.
 
2013-01-13 09:47:38 AM

ComaToast: crispyone: Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???

You're not familiar with temperature inversion, which means that weather is affected by atmospheric convection, but climate is the macroscopic result of positive vorticity advection.

You're welcome.


Thanks for clearing that up! All this time I thought hot was wether when it's actually temperature and cold is not climate but just the lack of hot!!!
 
2013-01-13 09:59:57 AM
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Dear CNN and Farkers

This is not difficult to understand if one looks at the above map of the present atmospheric conditions.

The NAR
 
2013-01-13 10:09:41 AM
The weather's just all kinds of farked up everywhere this year, it seems.

Supposed to hit 80 degrees here in the Tampa area today, rivaling or surpassing record highs. It's friggin' ridiculous. I grew up here, January is usually 40-50 degree weather, 30's if you go a county or two north. This winter's been so hot I didn't even bother buying the kids new winter coats.
 
2013-01-13 10:14:21 AM
Even the weather is not safe from the Dark One's influence! Tarmon Gai'don is at hand!
 
2013-01-13 10:24:08 AM

New Age Redneck: Dear CNN and Farkers

This is not difficult to understand if one looks at the above map of the present atmospheric conditions.

The NAR


Lies! Kansas is so freaking cold right now!
 
2013-01-13 10:37:24 AM

buzzcut73: I can vouch for the Southwest being out of whack. It is 12 friggen degrees outside this morning...our January average high is in the high 50's to mid 60's in this part of New Mexico, avg low around 30.

/Sure I'll be hearing some dumbass talking about global warming freezing his pipes at some point in the day unless i just stay in.


This time last year - it snowed. The entire city shut down and I got the day off.
Today - kids are wearing shorts outside.

We're near Atlanta so it should be raining and chilly. That's what a winter usually consists of.
 
2013-01-13 10:45:52 AM
cheap_thoughts:
Lies! Kansas is so freaking cold right now!

It's January. That tends to happen.
 
2013-01-13 12:18:30 PM
Go back to sleep. When you awake, purchase more baked goods. That is all.
 
2013-01-13 12:20:41 PM
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"We've got, like, a Canadian high moving in, man!"
 
2013-01-13 12:28:45 PM
Let me get this straight, science is bad when it costs corporations money (preserving public health), but science is good when it's creating playthings for the half-witty (snowmobiles, projectile weapons)?
 
2013-01-13 01:02:26 PM
Having just returned to SoCal from Minneapolis: people here have NO idea what cold feels like, and it wasn't even as cold there as it normally is.
 
2013-01-13 01:02:52 PM

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Bless you.

Now, as to weather, it's fricking freezing here. Has been. High of 4 today. Snowing out thin air, no cloud cover and did I mention colder than that witch Michelle's cast iron heart?

BTW - this is the edge of the high desert.
 
2013-01-13 01:13:19 PM
The situation was calmer in Georgia, where Atlanta's spring-like high of 76 topped the 1890 record by 1 degree.

So they had global warming in 1890 too?
 
2013-01-13 01:22:27 PM
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2013-01-13 01:32:17 PM
crispyone: Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???

No. It's like this.

Hot weather proves global warming. However, cold weather proves global warming. It's a little bit like the idea that more snow is caused by the warm air being able to carry more moisture, and at the same time, drought is due to global warming. So, more precipitation means global warming, and less precipitation equals global warming. Here's an easy way to remember it:

More of anything = global warming
Less of anything = global warming
The same amount of anything = global warming


I see the morans/trolls have chimed in.
This is not rocket science!
Once again for people who truely don't understand

Weather - what is happening outside right now

Climate - a long term pattern of weather for a given area, which controls what plants and animals thrive there. For example, here in fairbanks AK, it is cold in the winter (~-40 to +10) and mild in the summer (~65-75). Our fall begins in Sept and our spring in April.

Global warming - when the average global temperature, over the whole world and the whole year, rises from one year to the next.

Climate change - when the climate in an area no longer matches the known pattern. We are due to get rain today/tomorrow. (32 > 10 so this breaks out normal pattern for Jan) so sometimes change can be warmer. Clemkadidlefark is having a temperature that breaks the pattern in the opposite direction, it is colder there than it should be, so the change is colder. While single days by themselves do not mean much - there are always extrema, a large pattern of them does. Because of global warming, the location of the jet stream (which is determined by temperature gradients) has become unstable, and people are experiencing climate change.
 
2013-01-13 01:40:50 PM

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OMG her babby will gain a pound a day
 
2013-01-13 03:38:23 PM

Voiceofreason01: cheap_thoughts:
Lies! Kansas is so freaking cold right now!

It's January. That tends to happen.


We had a verrrry mild winter until late December. Sometimes it got up into the 60's; then bam, about 5 weeks of less than 32 degree weather. But, kansas is like that; if you don't like the weather, wait 5 minutes.

/ 115 in the summer, 9 in the winter
 
2013-01-13 04:25:12 PM
Last winter was nearly nonexistent here. This winter so far has been a few weeks of mildly cold weather, a few days of snowfall, and it's currently 63f outside.

Columbus, OH. Now the land of three seasons.
 
2013-01-13 04:30:15 PM
Spent the weekend freezing in El Paso/Alamogordo, jet stream got me home to Minneapolis in record time and thought the temperature wasn't too bad. There were points Friday when Minnesota was warmer than Texas.
 
2013-01-13 04:36:37 PM
Loved the headline, thanks, subster.
 
2013-01-13 05:49:12 PM

crispyone: Let me try and get this straight again...Hot = Climate and cold = weather??

When it's cold it's just weather but when it's hot that's climate???


No, it's all weather. Dumbass.

The accumulated data of weather patterns over time defines a climate.

One incident doesn't change the climate numbers much; a trend of such incidents does.
 
2013-01-13 05:55:18 PM
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2013-01-13 06:59:32 PM

LincolnLogolas: Having just returned to SoCal from Minneapolis: people here have NO idea what cold feels like, and it wasn't even as cold there as it normally is.


Exactly this. It got down to about 43 F here last night, and you'd think the Apocalypse was upon us. I had to switch from the lightest jacket I own to the second-lightest, but I also had to switch to my heavest-duty anti-whining earplugs.
 
2013-01-13 10:04:06 PM

Stinkyy: Loved the headline, thanks, subster.


You're welcome. I was pretty surprised of the greenlight myself, as 95% of what I submit is immediately rejected.
 
2013-01-14 04:27:33 AM

trappedspirit: The situation was calmer in Georgia, where Atlanta's spring-like high of 76 topped the 1890 record by 1 degree.

So they had global warming in 1890 too?


Global warming is global, not a local weather phenomenon.
 
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