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Global Warming Attack This Morning.

by James Denison / July 8, 2009 9:16 PM PDT

I woke up to 60 degrees F. The high today will be 82. Global warming takes over again tonight even worse as it will be 62. This is July. This is in Maryland. Enough said.

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Look on the bright side, you woke up...
by Willy / July 8, 2009 10:38 PM PDT

We are part of the planet eco-system. No matter how we poison it, the long sought true eco-system will correct itself. Even, if the natural eco-system correction in re-establishing itself will wipe us out, its all part of nature. Really, so why worry enjoy your time on the planet. As for your children and grand children, yada, yada, this is all part of the grand scheme of things that even in the best of circumstances will come to an end(our planet), so why worry, its bigger than us. Our only option is to flee the planet and settle elsewhere when that times comes and/or we have the technology. If not, we will eventually become stardust again and start anew elsewhere in time. -----Willy Happy

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The difference could be
by Angeline Booher / July 8, 2009 11:42 PM PDT

...... between "the natural scheme of things" and "the result of interfering with the natural scheme of things".

People like me believe the evidence is strong that the climate change cycles are continually getting closer together, and it isn't that hard to see why. There are many insults to the planet that upset the applicant in "the natural scheme of things".

In our space explorations we have looked for signs of water, which is the life's blood of earth. Though it looks like we have an unending supply. water shortages are a concern in mamy parts of the world, including the USA.

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Not to disagree with a fellow Marylander, but it's Global
by Ziks511 / July 9, 2009 8:22 PM PDT

Averages that indicate either warming or cooling, and even then you can't really tell until the data trends over at least a couple of hundred years.

Wake me when we find out. I expect to be under the 3rd tombstone on the right at St. Philips Cemetery in Weston.


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But did it break the record high for this day?
by snapshot2 Forum moderator / July 11, 2009 10:13 AM PDT

If it did not break the lifetime record for this date, it means nothing.

I woke up this morning and it was 81 degrees, the high today has been 102 degrees.

But it is not a record high for this date.
So, it just means it is July in Texas.


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