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1/4/07 6:37 PM
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weather patterns are effected by climate change. it seems like a lot of you are saying their is no relationship.
1/4/07 6:43 PM
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THE TRUTH: Obviously global warming is occuring and due to carbon dixoide emissions. If you read any of the peer review journals, all the climatologist agree on this. Of course there is a minor dissenting view and it is heralded by other so-called scientist funded by big oil (not experts in climate research). Most of these same "scientist" were used by big tobacco to deny tobacco causes cancer. 'Tobacco is good for you, it does not cause cancer.' In lower Canada, it is incredibly mild, high as 40s in Janaury. In January it should be below 0. A huge piece of ice (40+ square miles) separated from the Artic just recently. Expect the polar bears to become extinct.
1/4/07 6:45 PM
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1/4/07 6:51 PM
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U.S. patent number 6315213, filed on November 13, is described as a method of modifying weather and should concern the public. A scientist from Wright Patterson Air Force Base acknowledges that planes are spraying barium salt, polymer fibers, aluminum oxide and other chemicals in the atmosphere to both modify the weather and for military communications purposes. The patent abstract specifically states: "The polymer is dispersed into the cloud and the wind of the storm agitates the mixture causing the polymer to absorb the rain. This reaction forms a gelatinous substance which precipitate to the surface below. Thus, diminishing the cloud's ability to rain."

Answering the age-old question, Who'll stop the rain?: Apparently our government and a few of their closest friends in the military industrial-complex. The emergence of Edward Teller promoting this startling technology is more than scary. (Teller was the father of the H-Bomb and grand promoter of Readi Kilowatt, our perky little radiation friend from the '50s; one of his bright ideas from the '50s was to create harbors by nuking our own coastline.) The April 24 New York Times reported that Teller "has promoted the idea of manipulating the Earth's atmosphere to counteract global warming." The computer simulations on the use of aluminum oxide to counter global warming come from the Lawrence Livermore Weapons Laboratory, where Teller serves as director emeritus.

There should be little doubt that this would be a priority for the government -- or for for-profit military contractors. While 2001 was the second-hottest year on record (1998 holds the record as the hottest year), the nine hottest years on record have occurred since 1990. But why would the government conduct anti-global warming experiments in secret?

 

Investigative reporter William Thomas holds that there's a link between the recent increase in asthma, allergies and upper respiratory ailments and the chemtrail spraying. Sound crazy? Remember, it sounded absurd when reports first came out that the government had conducted radioactivity experiments on U.S. citizens and released radiation from nuclear plants to test the effect on civilian populations. It sounded bizarre when news first filtered out that the government was engaged in the MK-Ultra mind-control experiments using LSD. The CIA and Defense Intelligence Agency admit they were responsible for many of the UFO sightings in the 1950s in order the explain away experimental military technology.

From public documents to mainstream news accounts, the record is filled with reports of weather-modifying technology left over from the Cold War. Now we have a right to know what, if anything, the government plans to do with it.

1/5/07 12:15 PM
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Wasn't 1998 the warmest year in the past century?

And wasn't that 8 years ago, meaning that temperatures are now cooling?


1/5/07 12:43 PM
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" Wasn't 1998 the warmest year in the past century?" No, 2005 topped it.
1/5/07 1:02 PM
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I'm hoping to make a killing on new beachfront property. Longer growing seasons and longer short skirt seasons are also good news.
1/5/07 1:07 PM
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and 1998 and 2005 are in different centuries. I find this interesting. I can't wait to see some devastating effects like coastal flooding and whatnot.
1/5/07 1:14 PM
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Obviously global warming is a myth because it snowed in Denver in January. This is definitely the warmest winter I've ever experienced in Maryland. We've had only a few days where it didn't reach 52-54 degrees. This Saturday it is going to be 68.
1/5/07 1:20 PM
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" and 1998 and 2005 are in different centuries." But if you say "in the last century" they are both included.
1/5/07 1:23 PM
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Wait, so 2006 was cooler than 2005? Should we worry about global cooling?
1/5/07 1:28 PM
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Your attempts at cleverness are getting painful. The first half of 2006 was the warmest first half of any year in recorded history, I don't think the global data for the entire year has been compiled/released yet. Stop being an imbecile.
1/5/07 1:35 PM
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I'm just going by what you said, that 2005 was the only year since 1998 that got warmer.
1/5/07 1:38 PM
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FAB, It does that. It will spike, go down below the spike but have an average higher than the prior to the spike, and then spike again higher, repeat... This can be seen from the late 70's on.
1/5/07 1:39 PM
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ie. pre spike average: 14.12 C spike: 14.57 C post spike average: 14.32 C spike: 14.74 C post spike average: 14.48 C etc etc
1/5/07 2:21 PM
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It 10 degrees Celsius in Ottawa, Ontario. We had the honour of being the "Coldest Capital in the World" but it looks like we'll lose it to Ulan Bator again.

The trend over the last 30 years for January in Ottawa is Max -5 Celsius Min -15.

We're all going to die...
1/5/07 2:55 PM
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They used to call montreal the snow capital...
1/5/07 3:55 PM
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And there used to be snow in July in Oklahoma...
1/5/07 4:35 PM
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50's today here in Boston today, and 60's tomorrow....I cannot believe it's January! This is turning into the winter that wasn't. Wonder what 100 yrs down the road'll be like. F'ed up, believe dat....
1/5/07 4:43 PM
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I am dissappointed that we don't have snow, I would really like to go skiing
1/6/07 8:21 AM
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"This is turning into the winter that wasn't. Wonder what 100 yrs down the road'll be like."


The year 1816 didn't have a summer. But 100 years later the temperatures were on their way back to normal.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Year_without_a_summer
1/6/07 8:25 AM
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Seeing as 2006 was the hottest year on record Coldest as well. Nature.
1/6/07 9:09 AM
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"The year 1816 didn't have a summer. But 100 years later the temperatures were on their way back to normal" That was during a cooling period dubbed "The Little Ice Age" which followed what is dubbed "The Medieval Warming Period" (which is where skeptics get the whole Greenland farming line. Those were naturally occuring cycles. What we are in now is a natural warming cycle that is being made far hotter far faster because of man's impact on the climate. This is mainly in the form of CO2 emissions which are triggering a whole host of other warming features. "Coldest as well." What? It wasn't even within a degree of the coldest on record.
1/6/07 9:13 AM
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Where does methane from herd animals fit into all this?
1/6/07 9:15 AM
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it was 57 yesterday in northern new jersey and im fine with it.

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