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Cornell University: "Snowmageddon"

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06/09/2012 07:31 PM
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Cornell University: "Snowmageddon"
The dramatic melt-off of Arctic sea ice due to climate change is hitting closer to home than millions of Americans might think. That's because melting Arctic sea ice can trigger a domino effect leading to increased odds of severe winter weather outbreaks in the Northern Hemisphere's middle latitudes -- think the "Snowmageddon" storm that hamstrung Washington, D.C., during February 2010.

[link to www.news.cornell.edu]

While I do not believe in 'Global Warming' per se, and I think Al Gore is a blithering half-wit, I do believe in 'climate change' as part of a nature cycle.

And if Cornell's research is accurate, I'd suggest getting a nice Carhart and some good gloves for the future.
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Re: Cornell University: "Snowmageddon"
Whitley Strieber and the Zetas right again!


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06/09/2012 07:59 PM
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Re: Cornell University: "Snowmageddon"
Good catch - I'm not a believer in the Anthropogenic theory either, but there is definitely a more energetic solar system, and that's right, prepare and learn to live with it - doesn't do anyone any good to create panic over natural events, deal with it - that's what humans are good at - adapting right?