WelldeadLink: Wow, way to miss the points. Read again what you wrote.
Farking Canuck: THE GREAT NAME: Waiting for an outlyer year so you can say ...This is a load of crap. Nobody is waiting for anything. There are predictions of what will likely happen and reactions to what does happen.
THE GREAT NAME: Also, see http://www.fark.com/comments/7944016/86623730#c86623730 in which user Farking Canuck lets the mask slip and admits his true agenda. When his true colours show, you can jusdge for yourself whether this is a scientist, with an uncoloured outlook, searchign for the truth, or just a thug trying to impose his dogma for his paymasters.
Farking Canuck: WelldeadLink: Wow, way to miss the points. Read again what you wrote.Nope ... nothing missed....Do you have a link to this second graph in the original document? I would like to understand why they chose to plot it this way.
Swampmaster: So we have further redefined Global Cooling/ Global Warming/ Climate Change to now: "... climate variability..." and by region none the less... so, all of these studies/ models/ predictions can further manipulate the data to fit any hypothesis they want to give. Sure, let's write then a big fat government grant check to fund further studies...
styckx: Uncomfortable cities already exist and have forever. Try out a summer in major city like Philly or New York where it will be 95 degrees, 80% humidity and the 120+ degree asphalt cooking you with little to no breeze
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