Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Kikicaca, Jan 4, 2018.
Global warming is a bitch aint it. Ahhhhhhh where's Al Gore?
colder than a witches....
Mammary? Just trying stay family friendly.
Will be fun to watch them try to claim we caused the big chill, they will claim it though.
HAHAHAHA! This is rich!
"And as recently as 2009, Gore was hyping the lack of snow as evidence for man-made global warming. Source: “Gore Reports Snow and Ice Across the World Vanishing Quickly.”"
5 feet in Erie, PA
You did not show the bomb cyclone pressure gradients. More extreme weather. Not climate.
Owlgore just did.
You are boring. I keep asking the same questions you never answer. Will try one more time.
It was warmer on earth through much of the Roman Empire and during the Medieval Warm period. So warm during the Medieval Warm Period that England started competeing with France for wine making. The very warm period during Roman Empire explains why they could conquer so much of Europe. Because there was very little snow and the temp so pleasent they could easily cross mountain ranges and the landscape was rich with an abundance of plant and animal food to sustain themselves.
If we are warming at a rapid rate as Al Gore and other idiots alarmist say and we have very little time before we are all drowned by melting ice waters why oh why is it colder now? And what caused the above mentioned warming and also what caused the subsequent cooling to begin?
1 What caused the last Great Ice Age begin 2 million years ago and what caused it to end rapidly?
2 Why did the fraudulent global warming crowd change from global warming to climate change?
3 Is life on earth better during warmer climate cycles or better during colder or during ice age climates?
4 Do most people tend to view weather and climate in their lifetime and not in earths geological time?
5 Arent we really still warming from the end of the last ice age 13,000 years ago a very very short period in earths geological time?
6 Is GDF really a duck in real life and does Rex have a brain?