cretinbob: The Gulf Stream, how does it farking work?
johnperkins: First it was...global warming.Then it was...climate change.Then it was...climate instability.The more weasel-y the words, the more trouble I have taking any of it seriously.
johnperkins: The more weasel-y the words, the more trouble I have taking any of it seriously.
bookman: Global Climate Change is the perfect scam. It cannot be proved false. Too warm? Global Climate Change. Too Cold? Global Climate Change. Inconvenient climate? Oh, that's just weather, dummy!LOL!
DemDave: FTFA: Temperatures could fall to as low as minus 3°c (27°f) in some places, with snow already falling in the Pennines.27 degrees? Really? Grow a pair, you ninnies.
ComicBookGuy: FDR Jones: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 311x400]That is one hideous man.
richard_1963: If that happens the, ironically, global warming could trigger an ice age.
AverageAmericanGuy: No one ever blames good weather on Global Warming...:(
DeadBaby: cretinbob: The Gulf Stream, how does it farking work?Exactly. Get ready for more of this as melting ice caps fark with the ocean currents.
StreetlightInTheGhetto: AverageAmericanGuy: No one ever blames good weather on Global Warming...:(We had a *great* winter in Michigan last year. As in, we really... didn't have one. I was digging in clay soil in effing January. Great for me.Really sucked for most of the farmers here, because that beautifully unseasonably warm weather caused apple and cherries and damn near anything else we have here you don't start from seed to begin growth early... and then got killed by a snap frost that wasn't even really a snap if I remember correctly in the historical sense... it historically made sense. Just not last year.Great for me other than Michigan fruit costing way more than it used to (yeah that sucks). Really sucks for the farmers and people who make products with those crops and who profit from festivals celebrating those crops etc.../yeah, climate change//happening///you are not a freaking brilliant scientific mind and "it don't sound right" doesn't mean it isn't true [img.gawkerassets.com image 300x405]
Notabunny: Is that even a real temperature? It dropped down to the low 50s the other night. I brought in my outdoor thermometer so it wouldn't get too cold.
opiumpoopy: DeadBaby: cretinbob: The Gulf Stream, how does it farking work?Exactly. Get ready for more of this as melting ice caps fark with the ocean currents.[Reputable scientific] citation needed
thursdaypostal: Global warming can cause cold temperatures in the same way that a speeding car can cause sudden deceleration.
Ex-Texan: woo.here in Albuquerque, it got down to -17fahrenheit last February. Saw bunch of D.R Horton homes (cheap) with flooded floors when the pipes broke on thawing. I freaked when our faucets outside froze, but no damage when they thawed. Used faucet covers and everything./Lucky./Have a Pulte, with 6" walls.
FDR Jones: [3.bp.blogspot.com image 311x400]
StreetlightInTheGhetto: [img.gawkerassets.com image 300x405]
Kazan: johnperkins: First it was...global warming.Then it was...climate change.Then it was...climate instability.The more weasel-y the words, the more trouble I have taking any of it seriously.Global Warming: accurate description of what is occurring (the global aggregate temperature is increasing)Climate Change: accurate description and EFFECT of Global WarmingClimate Instability: who the fark used this?Might i suggest you actually know what the fark you're talking about before you ever open your mouth againjust a suggestion.
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