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the bear

[*] posted on 12-12-2007 at 00:05
Quote:
Originally posted by shywitch
Quote:
Originally posted by scholar

With record-setting cold weather, one has to wonder how people still believe in what the founder of the Weather Channel calls "the global warming hoax."


It sounds rather bad with all that ice.

I don't know about "the global warming hoax"... as such.

Your weather seems to be colder than ever while the weather where I live now is warmer than ever.

There does seem to be a big change in the weather patterns... but then that is Mother Nature for you.


Battle Mountain in Wyoming has already had 189inches of snow, this year.


Regards the Bear
the bear

[*] posted on 11-12-2007 at 23:41
Quote:
Originally posted by scholar
Missouri and Oklahoma have sustained great damage. Coats of ice as much as 1 1/2 inches thick have brought down trees and power lines. Hundreds of thousands of people have lost electricity. Tulsa, Oklahoma had 75 fires (mostly from sparking live broken power lines).

The Des Moines Iowa air port is shut down--the de-icers cannot keep up. When a de-icing machine starts at one end of the runway, by the time it reaches the other end, the side at which it started has started to ice up again.

Chicago has had more ice in the last four days than at any time, at least back as far as 1924.

With record-setting cold weather, one has to wonder how people still believe in what the founder of the Weather Channel calls "the global warming hoax."


You do seem to be having more than the usual winter onset.

Its just Damp and dismal here, 3' above freezing at the moment. When its like this the damp cold is searching it penetrates your clothing and gets into your very fibre


Regards the Bear
victor

[*] posted on 11-12-2007 at 23:36
I was watching it on the BBC, have to commiserate with the people affected by it and hope it does not find its way over here
shywitch

[*] posted on 11-12-2007 at 20:35
Quote:
Originally posted by scholar

With record-setting cold weather, one has to wonder how people still believe in what the founder of the Weather Channel calls "the global warming hoax."


It sounds rather bad with all that ice.

I don't know about "the global warming hoax"... as such.

Your weather seems to be colder than ever while the weather where I live now is warmer than ever.

There does seem to be a big change in the weather patterns... but then that is Mother Nature for you.
scholar

[*] posted on 11-12-2007 at 19:04
Yes, and I still have electricity.:D

You could probably tell.:D:D
KOUROSH

[*] posted on 11-12-2007 at 18:55
my dear friend you at least have given us a good news that you are ok even so everywhere else is freezing waveysmiley
scholar

[*] posted on 11-12-2007 at 18:33
Missouri and Oklahoma have sustained great damage. Coats of ice as much as 1 1/2 inches thick have brought down trees and power lines. Hundreds of thousands of people have lost electricity. Tulsa, Oklahoma had 75 fires (mostly from sparking live broken power lines).

The Des Moines Iowa air port is shut down--the de-icers cannot keep up. When a de-icing machine starts at one end of the runway, by the time it reaches the other end, the side at which it started has started to ice up again.

Chicago has had more ice in the last four days than at any time, at least back as far as 1924.

With record-setting cold weather, one has to wonder how people still believe in what the founder of the Weather Channel calls "the global warming hoax."