posted on Jan, 21 2010 @ 11:56 PM
I am with you here, but lets just normalize this a bit before jumping to big conclusions.
I am no spring puppy, and I can tell you, as well as other older folks in this venue, that every year we see extremes in some place in the world or
When I was a kid in Boston, and you can ask others who lived here 50 or more years ago, the winter was like no other I have ever seen. It is not
because I was a kid, it was because it WAS severe. My dad had to dig a tunnel to get to the next door neighbors house. No bullcrap here, and I have
never seen anything like that since.
This world if full of extremes, and they happen all the time. It just matter where you happen to be at the time and place when extremes happen.
Just look at all of the catastrophies that happen somewhere in the world every year, and imagine that you live there. you may start to think that this
is the start of a trend, however it is really so localized, that you become blind-sided because you have never seen such stuff before.
This is a dynamic planet. Be glad you are not in Haiti today, or last year in China, or before that in Japan... Snow, Extreme Drought, Heat, Rain,
Flood....the list goes on.
Start to get worried if the snow sticks around some spring and does not fully melt before the next winter.
Chill out :^\
(edited for spelling, where found)
[edit on 21-1-2010 by charlyv]