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Originally posted by Echtelion
the_Denv, "Summer time" in the South pole doesn't that mean it's normal to have warm weather there... The summer in the South pole is usually very cold by our standards. There IS a weather anomaly going on at least in Europe, North America, the northern artic circle and apprearantly in Australia as reported by the other folks on this thread. If you can't see that, perhaps it's because the glasses of your avatar need some major cleaning...
Originally posted by Yullose
reply to post by Mr_skepticc
I understand (and please correct me if I'm wrong) the magnetic North pole and the geographic North pole have been drifting apart for as long as we've 'kept records of it.
Any idea which direction and how far it's drifted ???
Is it possible that the ground we stand on is slowly drifting in a direction that would cause us to receive weather patterns previously seen further North ???
Just a thought...
Originally posted by whoshotJR
Originally posted by DeathShield
Good thing global warming made snow and cold winters things of the past.
Good thing this is exactly what will happen with global warming/climate change. Your summers will be hotter and your winters get colder but your overall average for the year will continue to rise.
The added melt off from glaciers will mix with the currents and mess up the way the water flows and goes from cold to warm. This will have a major change to the weather and plunge us into a mini ice age as we see average temps drop.
Originally posted by AugustusMasonicus
Originally posted by Solasis
Go read some GENUINE work on climate change, instead of those annoying excuses to make jokes about the fact that it's still snowing and say "Hurr hurr, Al Gore's an idiot".
Al Gore is an idiot whether it snows or not.