The End Of Maple Syrup

Ten years ago today, climate experts predicted Boston would have the same climate as Atlanta and that Maple Syrup would soon be a thing of the past.

“Within the next 100 years, Boston could have a climate similar to either Richmond, Virginia, or Atlanta, Georgia.”

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The closest currently active USHCN stations to Boston and Atlanta are at Blue Hill, Massachusetts and Gainesville, Georgia. Boston is going to need quite a hockey stick to catch up with Atlanta.

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1 Response to The End Of Maple Syrup

  1. Peter Carroll says:

    Pretty safe prediction. In 100 years time nobody will even remember Professor Barry Rock, let alone his mind numbingly stupid, prediction.

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