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Thousands of records broken: Jet stream pulled up towards Canada, out of whack says meteorologists

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posted on Jul, 12 2012 @ 07:11 PM

Originally posted by AndyMayhew

Originally posted by totallackey
reply to post by NoHierarchy

Again, the issue remains unanswered, and this is what you do not understand. It is simply offering the opportunity for money grabbers to exploit simple minded, emotionally driven people like you.

No, it's been answered. You just ignore the answers because they come from nasty evil scientists (who are obviously lying because they are scientists) rather than good, godly, prophets of the Almighty

for example

(and no CO2 in sight!)

Still resorting to ad hominem...nice try though...

You have zero, nada, bupkus...

So you attempt to categorize me, this time as a Bible Thumper...

You are the one making leaps of faith there pal...tis ok...probably goes real well with your pointy tip shoes and green felt hat with a feather...along with the lederhosen...

posted on Jul, 20 2012 @ 05:44 PM
reply to post by murkraz

YellowKnife at 28 degrees god help us all here.
That is one scary map and thanks to the op for bringing this to light.
Regards, Iwinder

posted on Jul, 20 2012 @ 06:28 PM

Last I read the melting of the permafrost was not only adding freshwater to the artic waters disrupting the AO, but the additional methane produced was affecting climate changes in a much more major way than human-caused pollution. Add this to the solar issues we don't understand affecting climate, the disruption of the gulf stream an it's just a messy soup of causation for the wacked out weather.

Don't forget to add in-
earths core slowing down,
earth's core heating up the sea bed in the antartic,
it's flip a nickle time as to what was the most major trigger in weather changes

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