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Old 05-07-2011, 09:40 AM
 
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Default This is why I think mild, warm temperatures are superior to cold and freezing temperatures:

Well then if 98 degrees is someone's body temperature, then technically the ideal temperatures seems to be in the 65 degrees to 98 degrees range and it shows that humans are warm blooded and need warm temperatures to support themselves much more than cold temperatures.

If it is below 50 degrees, someone can get a fever, flu,and cold if they don't have layers of clothing on. If it is below 40 degrees and someone doesn't cover themselves up with layers they can die of hyperthermia, or frostbite.

Also, agriculture(where all the food is originally grown) needs mild and warm temperatures. Cold freezing temperatures kills agriculture and doesnt allow agriculture to exist. Also mild and warm temperatures are needed for plants of all types to exist such as trees.

And look at this way, if you had to pick mild/warm/hot year round vs cold year round what is superior? If it is 65 degrees to 98 degrees year round or if it is 40 degrees or colder year round?

Last time I checked billions of people live in tropical regions of the world while the north and south poles and arctic places like that nobody really lives there and they are uninhabitable.

So I just proved to you how warm, hot, and mild temperatures are superior to cold and freezing temperatures for humans and for this planet.

Obviously, it is also ok if a place gets freezing cold temperatures for 6 months or less of the year as long as they have at least 2 months where it gets mild, warm, or hot. And plus, I like snow on top of mountainous terrain and snow can look great.

I am just saying how mild, warm, and hot temperatures are needed for human life to exist and for the world to exist.
Cold and freezing weather isn't nearly as needed and not even needed at all.

So I just objectively proved how warm, hot, and mild temperatures are superior to cold and freezing temperatures for humans and for this planet.

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Old 05-07-2011, 09:57 AM
 
Location: Philadelphia, PA
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Very true! Excellent post. I am sure you will get plenty of disagreement tho, as a lot of people on this forum seem to love the cold. But I would love to live in a place where it is warm and pleasant most of the year.
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:04 AM
 
Location: New York City
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Why do we have to choose between extremes? I don't particularly enjoy freezing cold weather (although I don't mind it as long as it doesn't last more than 2-3 months). Nor do I like hot, muggy weather.
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:06 AM
 
Location: New York City
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Very true! Excellent post. I am sure you will get plenty of disagreement tho, as a lot of people on this forum seem to love the cold. But I would love to live in a place where it is warm and pleasant most of the year.
Except that there are very few places in the US that are "warm and pleasant most of the year".
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:09 AM
 
Location: Miami, FL
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Your post make a lot of sense. Although we humans can adapt to almost any climate through the use of technology like clothing and air conditioning, we still need warm climates to grow our food and remain healthy.
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:16 AM
 
Location: Katy, Texas
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I think the windward side of the Hawaiian Islands are near perfect, lows in mid-high 60sF year round with highs around 80F, but then everyone would complain about the rain .
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:17 AM
 
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Why do we have to choose between extremes? I don't particularly enjoy freezing cold weather (although I don't mind it as long as it doesn't last more than 2-3 months). Nor do I like hot, muggy weather.
Obviously, it is still ok if a place gets freezing cold temperatures for 6 months and less of the year as long as those places get at least 3 months where it gets mild, warm, or hot.

I am just saying how mild, warm, and hot temperatures are needed for human life to exist and for the world to exist. Cold and freezing weather isn't nearly as needed and not even needed at all.

I recently saw a post in another weather forum where someone said cold and freezing weather is superior to mild, warm, and hot weather and complaining how much warm and hot weather "sucks."I wanted to create a thread to show how mild, warm, and hot weather are technically superior to cold and freezing weather and how that person was inaccurate in their statements.

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Old 05-07-2011, 10:20 AM
 
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Very true! Excellent post. I am sure you will get plenty of disagreement tho, as a lot of people on this forum seem to love the cold. But I would love to live in a place where it is warm and pleasant most of the year.
They don't love the cold, they hate Miami, Florida b/c they're old, fart arses are antisocial.
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:29 AM
 
Location: New Jersey
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I am just saying how mild, warm, and hot temperatures are needed for human life to exist and for the world to exist. Cold and freezing weather isn't nearly as needed and not even needed at all.
Not necessarily true. Snow melt adds to the water supply, which is clearly beneficial.
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Old 05-07-2011, 10:34 AM
 
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Not necessarily true. Snow melt adds to the water supply, which is clearly beneficial.
What I said was true that mild, warm, and hot temperatures are needed for human life to exist and for the world to exist. Cold and freezing weather isn't nearly as needed and not even needed at all.

But snow is great on top of mountainous terrain and it is ok if a place gets snow a few months.(But in a lot of cases for plenty of places it is better if it just does not snow at all). Snow melt is only beneficial in the mountainous areas of the Western USA where it is added to the water supply but if it didnt fall as snow in the first place and fell as the rain equivalent instead it would still be beneficial to the water supply.
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