“Shifts in weather patterns”

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3 Responses to “Shifts in weather patterns”

  1. The Dark Lord says:

    as far as I can tell there are 2 climate extremes … snowball earth and polar ice only earth … i.e. cold and hot … and as far as I can tell during the transition from one to the other the “weather” looks almost indentical with droughts, floods, extreme weather events occuring during both transitions … its seems the main difference is that as it gets colder the precipitation ends up as snow and ice more often and as it gets warmer the precipitation ends up as water more often …

  2. Michael Spencer says:

    Brilliant summation yet again, Tony! (And supported by lots of old newspaper reports.)

    But wait! Those old reports must have put together by propagandists in anticipation of 21st Century politics …. (And if you believe that, then your also must have a pink flying pig as your pet!)

  3. gregole says:

    Yup. Raining steady this morning and rained all last night here in Phoenix, Arizona. It’s been humid and comparatively mild temperature-wise. See if any of this is reported in the MSM. Get a hot spell and it’s MannMade Climate Change. Get mild temperatures and monsoon rain and it’s crickets.

    Oh and I noticed another MSM article claiming Az is the worst state to live in:

    But people keep coming here even though it’s terrible.


    Of course climate change is trotted out as a “challenge” even though since I’ve moved here in 1995 not much climate-wise has changed. Hot for 3 or 4 months then beautiful to slightly cool the rest of the year.

    Skewing all Arizona statistics is that we have the largest native American population in the country; and since that operation is run by the Feds the reservations are a third-world basket case education and health-wise.

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