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posted on May, 21 2018 @ 04:00 PM
a reply to: Greven

When will the next one hit and how bad will it be?

posted on May, 21 2018 @ 05:05 PM

originally posted by: turbonium1
What is it called when record low temperatures happen all over the Earth?

It's not called anything, it's just ignored. They only want to point out the record high temperatures, for some reason...

I dont' think that ever happens. A record global low average temperature. I would hope it would be all over the news. I'm pretty sure though, that every year the global average temperature gets hotter.

I think the hottest years on ten in order are

So even if 2018 is cooler than those top ten it probably wouldn't be one of the coolest average global temperatures ever.

You can see a pattern here. With some anomalies like 1921 and 1934 which weren't even in the top 5...but you see 1998 and after represented 8 times.

posted on May, 26 2018 @ 04:04 AM
Temperatures can easily be skewed, to look in such a way, through all manner of trickery.

I go on my own experience, of day to day weather, where I see and feel it personally.

And it's been colder than normal, if anything. Not the opposite.

It's their insidious tampering with the weather, which makes me worry.

But that's a whole different issue, so 'nuff said on that.

'Climate change' is just a term used for promoting their untold, true agenda....nothing more.

posted on May, 26 2018 @ 04:22 AM

originally posted by: scraedtosleep
a reply to: network dude

I realize this isn't an end to AGW, but it does show that some of the doom was inflated,

No it doesn't though. If you account for what has been done to slow the change since those reports came out.

Those high numbers have always been a this is what will happen IF we don't take steps to prevent it.

This report only proves that the steps we have taken were working and we should continue on that course.

So first the climate priests try to persecute (even with threats of legal recourse) "deniers" of "science", and then when a science doesn't say what they want it to say, they deny science.

Why am I not surprised.

You religious fanatics really are a joke.

edit on 26/5/2018 by UKTruth because: (no reason given)

posted on May, 26 2018 @ 10:11 AM

Dry Year on Rio Grande Gets Dustier, With Hotter Days to Come


The Rio Grande is a classic "feast or famine" river. with a dry year or two typically followed by a couple of wet years that allow for recovery. If warming temperatures brought on by greenhouse emissions make wet years less wet and dry years even drier, as scientists anticipate, year-to-year recovery will become more difficult.

"The effect of long-term warming is to make it harder to count on snowmelt runoff in wet times," said David S. Gutzler, a climate scientist at the University of New Mexico, "And it makes the dry times much harder than they used to be."

With spring runoff about one-sixth of average and more than 90 percent of New Mexico in severe to exceptional drought, conditions here are extreme.

But the state of the Rio Grande reflects a broader trend in the West, where warming temperatures are reducing snowpack and river flows.

quote: New York Times - Henry Fountain - Saturday, May 26, 2018

posted on May, 26 2018 @ 11:47 AM
a reply to: UKTruth

The science showed that what we were doing was a mistake.

It now shows that the changes we have made are working.

I am looking at all the info as a whole not just this one article.

As a whole the science is clear whether you want to believe it or not.

Would rather all humans have the right to pollute and destroy the environment as much as they like? Or should there be a limit on how much of this finite world we can mess up? If I was your neighbor would you have an issue with me dumping trash in my yard? Can I dump it in yours?

If you don't like me polluting your yard why should I like it when factories and businesses pollute mine? Or my air? My water? My food? The forest I grew up in that I pay for in my taxes?
Where is the limit??

You call me a joke because I trust in science. I don't think your a joke for believing what you do, but I do pity your children for the world you would leave them.

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