Launch Code: It's 25 degrees here in central PA. With the global warming factor it feels like 15 degrees. The forecast is calling for an another inch of climate change by morning.
JonBuck: Meanwhile, here in California we're expecting a whopper of a storm this weekend that'll hopefully leave a huge dent in the drought.
Jeng: Question.Wouldn't it be more efficient to use an internal combustion engine to both heat a home and provide electricity?Or do you get more heat out of the fuel by just burning it?
blacksho89: The politico-scientific consensus, however, that Western nations must throttle their energy use while Beijing emits unlimited and ever increasing amounts of greenhouse gases (along with heavy metals, sulfuric acid and countless other toxins) and this will somehow stop the oceans from rising if you buy enough carbon credits is absurd.
shanrick: http://img.fark.net/images/cache/850/4/4a/fark_4aayVHR5zImNlhEudvcUj6 O rLIM.gif?t=tX2AjYjCEfTRKg5OjUx6SA&f=1393822800
germ78: Teaser: Vortec Boogaloo?No, just... no./it's #3 which is not a Boogaloo//"Highlander 2: The Quickening" was technically #2 as well, but there are no good third movie names that might work in an arctic theme///subby
Jeng: Wouldn't it be more efficient to use an internal combustion engine to both heat a home and provide electricity?
m1ke: I remember a time when we used to call these things "cold fronts". Not it's "Polar Vortex Jason".
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