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Awh just stfu. In only 2 yrs Trump fixed Global warming.

 
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Awh just stfu. In only 2 yrs Trump fixed Global warming.
Deal with it.
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Deal with it.
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Speak for Australia then
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You have to admit, he's good!
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Deal with it.
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Speak for Australia then
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why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
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Deal with it.
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Speak for Australia then
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
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Tale of two hemispheres: World watching Australia’s record heat


While Australia battles record-smashing heat, interminable drought and deadly bushfires, the United States is in the grip of a polar vortex, with temperatures plunging to their lowest in history.

After Adelaide’s mercury soared to an unprecedented 46.6C last week, toppling a heat record from 1939, seven people have died in freezing temperatures and heavy snow across America’s Midwest.

The Bureau of Meteorology reported that Adelaide’s West Terrace recorded its highest temperature in 80 years on January 25 at 3.36pm, breaking its 46.1C record by 0.5C and earning Adelaide the title of the hottest city on the planet.

South Australia’s energy network was pushed to the brink last Thursday and Melbourne reached a peak of 42C, with thousands of Victorians left without power after the state’s third generator shut down.

Residents in south and central parts of Tasmania were told to leave their homes, with temperatures in the high 30s and wind gusts of up to 90km/h fanning 50 fires already burning across the state. At least 64,000 hectares of land has been burned.

In Victoria, more than 2000 flying foxes were found dead with more of the creatures taken into care suffering heat stress. The Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning confirmed on Tuesday that about 1400 of the native species were found dead near Bairnsdale on the state’s southeast coast, with another 900 dead at a Gippsland colony near Maffra, reported AAP.

This January could be the warmest on record, and the record for the hottest Australian summer since records began could also be snatched.
“We’ve just come off the back of the hottest December on record. In this latest heat spell we had four days that were in the top 10 hottest Australian days on record and the hottest night on record,” said Sky News Weather channel meteorologist Rob Sharpe

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Deal with it.
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Speak for Australia then
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
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Alice Springs, a town in the country's Northern Territory, suffered its 14th consecutive day above 107 degrees F, a community group said this week. About 90 died there, the Central Land Council said in a statement Thursday. The horses had gathered to drink water from Deep Hole reservoir, a community group said on Facebook. But because of soaring temperatures, the water had dried up. Stallions, mares and foals were strewn hoof to hoof in the dry mud. "It's just terrible to know these beautiful animals died this way," local community member Ralph Turner said.

Nearly a third of Australian bats known as spectacled flying foxes were killed off in a Queensland heat wave in November, ABC reported. Hot, dry weather contributed to the death of more than 1 million fish in New South Wales, according to the Independent.

"What we don't see so predominantly is the koala which fall out of the tree one by one by one," Hanna says.

The heat also became a national security risk. In December, inmates at Alice Springs Correctional Centre rioted in protest of the blistering heat in their cells, which lacked air-conditioning. Officers eventually let prisoners stay in an open courtyard with better airflow, according to an ABC report.

The heat won't abate on Saturday. As the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted, that means "Australia Day will also be uncomfortably hot."

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Deal with it.
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Speak for Australia then
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
 Quoting: Jake


Alice Springs, a town in the country's Northern Territory, suffered its 14th consecutive day above 107 degrees F, a community group said this week. About 90 died there, the Central Land Council said in a statement Thursday. The horses had gathered to drink water from Deep Hole reservoir, a community group said on Facebook. But because of soaring temperatures, the water had dried up. Stallions, mares and foals were strewn hoof to hoof in the dry mud. "It's just terrible to know these beautiful animals died this way," local community member Ralph Turner said.

Nearly a third of Australian bats known as spectacled flying foxes were killed off in a Queensland heat wave in November, ABC reported. Hot, dry weather contributed to the death of more than 1 million fish in New South Wales, according to the Independent.

"What we don't see so predominantly is the koala which fall out of the tree one by one by one," Hanna says.

The heat also became a national security risk. In December, inmates at Alice Springs Correctional Centre rioted in protest of the blistering heat in their cells, which lacked air-conditioning. Officers eventually let prisoners stay in an open courtyard with better airflow, according to an ABC report.

The heat won't abate on Saturday. As the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted, that means "Australia Day will also be uncomfortably hot."

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yeah well its 50 below in half the midwest

shove your fake global warming up your ass
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Global Warming 100% Fabricated








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Speak for Australia then
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
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Alice Springs, a town in the country's Northern Territory, suffered its 14th consecutive day above 107 degrees F, a community group said this week. About 90 died there, the Central Land Council said in a statement Thursday. The horses had gathered to drink water from Deep Hole reservoir, a community group said on Facebook. But because of soaring temperatures, the water had dried up. Stallions, mares and foals were strewn hoof to hoof in the dry mud. "It's just terrible to know these beautiful animals died this way," local community member Ralph Turner said.

Nearly a third of Australian bats known as spectacled flying foxes were killed off in a Queensland heat wave in November, ABC reported. Hot, dry weather contributed to the death of more than 1 million fish in New South Wales, according to the Independent.

"What we don't see so predominantly is the koala which fall out of the tree one by one by one," Hanna says.

The heat also became a national security risk. In December, inmates at Alice Springs Correctional Centre rioted in protest of the blistering heat in their cells, which lacked air-conditioning. Officers eventually let prisoners stay in an open courtyard with better airflow, according to an ABC report.

The heat won't abate on Saturday. As the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted, that means "Australia Day will also be uncomfortably hot."

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yeah well its 50 below in half the midwest

shove your fake global warming up your ass
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Who said anything about global warming? I was just correcting your jake news where you said six horses died.
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Speak for Australia then
 Quoting: Presqu'ile


why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
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Alice Springs, a town in the country's Northern Territory, suffered its 14th consecutive day above 107 degrees F, a community group said this week. About 90 died there, the Central Land Council said in a statement Thursday. The horses had gathered to drink water from Deep Hole reservoir, a community group said on Facebook. But because of soaring temperatures, the water had dried up. Stallions, mares and foals were strewn hoof to hoof in the dry mud. "It's just terrible to know these beautiful animals died this way," local community member Ralph Turner said.

Nearly a third of Australian bats known as spectacled flying foxes were killed off in a Queensland heat wave in November, ABC reported. Hot, dry weather contributed to the death of more than 1 million fish in New South Wales, according to the Independent.

"What we don't see so predominantly is the koala which fall out of the tree one by one by one," Hanna says.

The heat also became a national security risk. In December, inmates at Alice Springs Correctional Centre rioted in protest of the blistering heat in their cells, which lacked air-conditioning. Officers eventually let prisoners stay in an open courtyard with better airflow, according to an ABC report.

The heat won't abate on Saturday. As the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted, that means "Australia Day will also be uncomfortably hot."

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yeah well its 50 below in half the midwest

shove your fake global warming up your ass
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It's called GLOBAL warming you scientifically illiterate oaf. Not "half the midwest warming." Of course, it is Winter in the midwest and Summer in Australia - this is what we refer to as seasons and the type weather that occurs within those seasons, albeit the temperatures are at extremes right now.

And where did you read that any climatologist on Earth has ever claimed or predicted that Winter and cold temperatures would disappear as a result of global warming? Because it seems like you must have read that at some point, and thus arrived at the an incorrect conclusion.
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Global Warming 100% Fabricated







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So a whopping FOUR climate scientists with differing views is all takes for you to be persuaded that it's all fake? Hilarious.

Let's all take a moment to remember that Albert Einstein at one point believed the universe was static, and many people believed the Sun orbited the Earth.
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Speak for Australia then
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why because 6 horses died??


Give me a break
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Alice Springs, a town in the country's Northern Territory, suffered its 14th consecutive day above 107 degrees F, a community group said this week. About 90 died there, the Central Land Council said in a statement Thursday. The horses had gathered to drink water from Deep Hole reservoir, a community group said on Facebook. But because of soaring temperatures, the water had dried up. Stallions, mares and foals were strewn hoof to hoof in the dry mud. "It's just terrible to know these beautiful animals died this way," local community member Ralph Turner said.

Nearly a third of Australian bats known as spectacled flying foxes were killed off in a Queensland heat wave in November, ABC reported. Hot, dry weather contributed to the death of more than 1 million fish in New South Wales, according to the Independent.

"What we don't see so predominantly is the koala which fall out of the tree one by one by one," Hanna says.

The heat also became a national security risk. In December, inmates at Alice Springs Correctional Centre rioted in protest of the blistering heat in their cells, which lacked air-conditioning. Officers eventually let prisoners stay in an open courtyard with better airflow, according to an ABC report.

The heat won't abate on Saturday. As the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted, that means "Australia Day will also be uncomfortably hot."

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yeah well its 50 below in half the midwest

shove your fake global warming up your ass
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Just to follow up on another false jake news statement - it's not "50 below in half the midwest".

It's not - 50° anywhere in the continental United States.

Nice work... that's two in one thread.
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why because 6 horses died??


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Alice Springs, a town in the country's Northern Territory, suffered its 14th consecutive day above 107 degrees F, a community group said this week. About 90 died there, the Central Land Council said in a statement Thursday. The horses had gathered to drink water from Deep Hole reservoir, a community group said on Facebook. But because of soaring temperatures, the water had dried up. Stallions, mares and foals were strewn hoof to hoof in the dry mud. "It's just terrible to know these beautiful animals died this way," local community member Ralph Turner said.

Nearly a third of Australian bats known as spectacled flying foxes were killed off in a Queensland heat wave in November, ABC reported. Hot, dry weather contributed to the death of more than 1 million fish in New South Wales, according to the Independent.

"What we don't see so predominantly is the koala which fall out of the tree one by one by one," Hanna says.

The heat also became a national security risk. In December, inmates at Alice Springs Correctional Centre rioted in protest of the blistering heat in their cells, which lacked air-conditioning. Officers eventually let prisoners stay in an open courtyard with better airflow, according to an ABC report.

The heat won't abate on Saturday. As the Bureau of Meteorology tweeted, that means "Australia Day will also be uncomfortably hot."

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 Quoting: Sardonicus Landshark


yeah well its 50 below in half the midwest

shove your fake global warming up your ass
 Quoting: Jake


Just to follow up on another false jake news statement - it's not "50 below in half the midwest".

It's not - 50° anywhere in the continental United States.

Nice work... that's two in one thread.
 Quoting: Sardonicus Landshark


Check the current temperature map:

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