More Climate Chaos In Boulder

Experts say that climate change is like a million hydrogen bombs, and this video proves it.

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7 Responses to More Climate Chaos In Boulder

  1. Steve Case says:

    SloMo of clouds is really neat. I’m glad you are having fun. Around these parts, we had those pink clouds and blue skies at sunset. Really quite the show, and SloMo not required to appreciate.

  2. RAH says:

    Once again it is tropics like here in central Indiana. Heavy rain and lightning last night with a flood advisory in Anderson, IN. This morning. though it’s not raining, the ground fog has visibility down to under 300 yards and everything is wet. July was a little dry but every other month in the growing season seems to have been exceptionally wet. I cannot remember a summer with so much regular rain fall here. Everything lush. The farmers gotta be loving it. But in another month they’re going to want it to start drying up so the moisture content in the corn drops and they can get into their fields to harvest. This has to turn out to be a record year in the corn belt.

    • mohatdebos says:

      Look at the price of wheat, it is down substantially (lowest in 10 years). According to the Financial Times ( a true believer in climate change), farmers around the world are running out of storage space. I thought the models showed that crop yields would decline in a warmer, more carbon intensive world.

    • Andy DC says:

      This has been an almost Garden of Eden growing season in corn belt, with virtually no drought and ideal temperatures. The only possible fly in the ointment would be very heavy rains during the harvest season, but if that does not occur, it is almost certain that this will be a record corn and soybean crop.

  3. JN says:

    Tony, I’d like to use these in my environmental science classes as backgrounds. My students would be shocked to know they’re watching the work of realclimatescience. Are you okay with that?

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