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    Al Gore to blame for record Montana snowstorm this weekend

    First week of Autumn and most of the state of Montana is bracing for a record-breaking snowstorm this weekend. Now I kinda wish global warming was real. The US has cut back on greenhouse gases and we get all the cold weather.
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    Estimated 2 - 4 feet of snow in Cut Bank, Montana area.
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    I'll leave it to you to figure out where the opposite goes.

    If your heart is in it you will find a thousand ways to achieve your goal.
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    Ouija Board and map dowsing , one and the same. Just tape a map onto the Ouija Board and you have map dowsing.
    Works great if you like wild goose chases and snipe hunts!

    L-rods are obsolete.

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    Time to start burning more fossils!

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    How does Mr. Gore find the time to make it snow with having his hands full creating more internet.


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    doesn't use his hands, eh
    read 'em and weep guys, we're whizzing on our feet
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    Embarrassing

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    Hope you all stay out of the ditches. By next week it will probably be 80 degrees. Or not. 10 day forecast here, all 90's. I don't want snow, but I do want some cool dry air. Getting cabin fever.


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    Climate change does not mean everyplace warms. It means things change. Warm regions can be warmer, or colder.

    It was 82 degrees F in this area today. Average high for 9/28 is 66 degrees F for this part of NY for September 28th. Maple trees are dying, pine and oak are getting destructive fungus from warmer regions. Ticks like no one has ever seen before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie P. (NY) View Post
    Climate change does not mean everyplace warms. It means things change. Warm regions can be warmer, or colder.
    The earth's climate has been in a permanent state of change since it formed as a ball of space rocks. 10,000 years ago the north half of the US was buried under a massive glacier. 20,000 years ago there were forests in the arctic circle. Which way are we heading? anyone who says they know is an idiot.

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    The only accurate climate models are Russian. Largely ignored by the IPCC. They are predicting cooling due to lack of solar activity. (Sun spots)

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    No your wrong blame greta thunberb the lastest winner of the Nobel peace prize it was her and her Green 777 she the god of climate change Al is thing of the past

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    And i guess some members no names mentioned would blame the chestnut trees blight on global warming to .....the blight was caused by warmer air to .....4 billion trees gone the last one i seen was in the 1950s in the Rotten state of New York i should make a list of the changes i seen i remember one October 31 day it was 90 F oh don't forget the snows storms of 1873 and 1888 ...And never forget the year of no summer 1816 ...I guess global warming was worse in the 1800's ...I think global warming is a great thing it favors the plants wish the oceans would rise faster i live on a island and i hate traveling 6 miles to the water
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    Be sure to post some pictures of the storm. Personally I like snowy days. It calms everybody down around where I live.

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    I want the warm air to stay! I hate winter!

    I have a buddy that lives up in that area. He found an arrowhead, proclaimed it to be the last of the season, and the next day, it dumped all of that snow on him. Gotta love Montana.
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    Yep it would be some boring seasons if the climate never changed.
    I wouldnt be rock hounding for shark teeth or petrified redwoods in Colorado without it.
    From what I've read climate change was the worst during the devonian period and there were a few mass exctinctions.

    The only difference now is that there are humans they can tax for this.

 

 
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