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Old Today, 06:19 AM
 
Location: annandale, va & slidell, la
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Hopefully the Gulf Coast is the first casualty. Their water is brown and murky anyway, Biloxi won't notice until they are taking pontoons to the grocery store. Alaska is suffering the worst though and now that Trump's Environmental Polluting Agency is going to allow the destruction of Alaska's salmon in Bristol Bay, Alaska's going to go down the tubes fast.

High temperatures smash all-time records in Alaska in early July 2019
https://www.climate.gov/news-feature...arly-july-2019
Sun and fun on the Gulf Coast with the best beaches, best food and great fishing at the oil rigs!

Alaskan glacier calving is always a special event to cruise ship passengers and all tourists in general.

Liberals, how about seeing the glass as half-full for a change!
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Old Today, 06:21 AM
 
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Not in Pa it wasn't. We haven't hit 100 degrees yet in SE Pa, our county topped out at 97 degrees in July. That was after the slowest warm up in June on record, we had almost the whole month go without it hitting 90. Only at the end of the month did we finally hit it. July was warm with one official heat wave( three days of 90 degrees plus temps) and many days of 90 degrees or better. You have to understand that there is a push to sell people on global warming and what we're being told isn't exactly what the actual recordings are. And recording temperatures in heat traps of urban areas isn't exactly honest science.
So believe what you want, just don't preach it like scripture which is what global warming has become, not science.
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Old Today, 06:23 AM
 
Location: annandale, va & slidell, la
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It will just get worse as my snowball effect is taking place at a faster and faster rate as the planet heats up.
It all seems soooooo scary! Maybe Hollywood will make another end-of-the-world movie. They are so prophetic!
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Old Today, 06:23 AM
 
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Sun and fun on the Gulf Coast with the best beaches, best food and great fishing at the oil rigs!

Alaskan glacier calving is always a special event to cruise ship passengers and all tourists in general.

Liberals, how about seeing the glass as half-full for a change!
The Florida redneck Riviera does have the best beaches in the US.

The Louisiana coadt does offer spectacular fishing.

Houston and New Orleans do have incredible food that most people can actually eat.

But, we also have our shortcomings.

I will always live somewhere on the Gulf Coast.
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Old Today, 06:31 AM
 
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It all seems soooooo scary! Maybe Hollywood will make another end-of-the-world movie. They are so prophetic!
Movies are boring anymore. They have done it all and there is nothing left.
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Old Today, 07:14 AM
 
Location: Long Island
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Sun and fun on the Gulf Coast with the best beaches, best food and great fishing at the oil rigs!

Alaskan glacier calving is always a special event to cruise ship passengers and all tourists in general.

Liberals, how about seeing the glass as half-full for a change!
There was an enormous fish kill last year on Florida's west coast and they are predicting a large dead zone in the Gulf from the Mississippi River flooding.


The disappearance of Alaskan Glaciers may be fun to watch but are symptoms of a warming climate.
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Old Today, 07:15 AM
 
Location: Unperson Everyman Land
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Since actual recorded temps, not guesses, only go back to 1880....meh.


Keep in mind we are talking about what they claim is a 1.71 degree (F) increase over 140 year period.

Temperatures are believed to have fallen 2 degrees Celsius during the Little Ice Age.

So, what's the correct temperature now?
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Old Today, 07:58 AM
 
Location: Central Illinois -
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Sun and fun on the Gulf Coast with the best beaches, best food and great fishing at the oil rigs!

Alaskan glacier calving is always a special event to cruise ship passengers and all tourists in general.

Liberals, how about seeing the glass as half-full for a change!
Because were not idiots.
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Old Today, 08:00 AM
 
Location: Central Illinois -
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Not in Pa it wasn't. We haven't hit 100 degrees yet in SE Pa, our county topped out at 97 degrees in July. That was after the slowest warm up in June on record, we had almost the whole month go without it hitting 90. Only at the end of the month did we finally hit it. July was warm with one official heat wave( three days of 90 degrees plus temps) and many days of 90 degrees or better. You have to understand that there is a push to sell people on global warming and what we're being told isn't exactly what the actual recordings are. And recording temperatures in heat traps of urban areas isn't exactly honest science.
So believe what you want, just don't preach it like scripture which is what global warming has become, not science.
Lol, weather in SE Pa. disproves climate change.
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Old Today, 08:07 AM
 
Location: OH->FL->NJ
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Been a bit below normal here in the NE. Had a few mid 90 days. Not bad.
IIRC here in the NE US.
Jan Coolish
Feb Horribly cold
March cold
April cold til the middle then normal
May Cool
Jun normal
July normal except fewer HOT days.
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