posted on Aug, 22 2012 @ 09:18 PM
S+F for the thread, dude.
I'm in eastern Ontario in what's called the "Ottawa valley". After a very mild winter with half our usual snowfall, we have had no rain from May
until the end of July, outside of a few 10 minute sprinkles. Temps hit 104 F [39 C] many times and the crops baked in the fields
The few times it has rained I've registered fallout from Japan via the jet stream in my yard.
The arctic is melting like we've never seen.
The previous record was set in 2007 when the ice cap shrunk to 4.25 million square kilometers (1.64 million square miles), stunning scientists who had
not forecast such a drastic melt so soon.
And Greenland has been melting at unheard of rates as well.
So whether it's nuclear fallout, or the gulf being full of oil and corexit, or solar storms, or all three together..... things are changing fast and
nobody with any clout seems worried.