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originally posted by: ketsuko
Eh, we had one of those before. It was warmish all winter; then it was hot all summer. Then the winter after that was brutal with tons of snow.
It's called weather. It changes. This year, we had a strong El Nino, so it should be expected.
originally posted by: TerryMcGuire
a reply to: Bluesma
Not to worry. Donald Trump will promise to fix it and more people will turn to him to save us.
originally posted by: EndOfDays77
Yup things will get very bad!
The Planet is 'wobbling' due to Planet X's gravitational effects..this in turn is pulling the polar vortexes down further towards the equator and like wise pulling equatorial air further away from where it should reside.
Sun sets are also out of position as is the moon and its phases.
The objects I have under observation (for two years ago) are also becoming more obvious and the planes are still desperately covering them-make your plans fast ATS!!
originally posted by: Nathan-D
I think people need to calm down and get a sense of proportion.
Even the IPCC in AR5 2013 acknowledged that the earth had only warmed at the rate of 0.05C/decade over the last 15 years despite humans emitting 30% of all their CO2 since 1850.
Then we have one hot El Nino and everyone starts freaking out about global warming. It's ridiculous.
originally posted by: Yule C Mann
I'm still scratching my head waiting for someone to point me to the theory of "Climate Stasis". You know, where the climate always stays the same no matter what.
So basically when someone points to any adverse" change" in the weather or seasons, you are telling me that "Water is wet" (Duh, which is already obvious). Or, that one is either trying to play me stupid in avoiding the obvious, that other forces are in play causing these massive shifts in the jet stream, upper atmosphere, ozone layer, ocean currents, glacier melts, etc..