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|Subject: Re: Snowstorm Nemo: denial vs. reality||Date: 2/9/2013 4:43 PM|
|Author: SaintPatrick1||Number: 1858687 of 1980994|
105 days between massive storms in the Northeast.
Feels quite different to those who live there.
Please, tell me what it's like to those who live there... I can't imagine.
BTW, I guess you don't agree with cjb44 who thinks we get a record-setting snowstorm every year.
As far as the AGW PR machine goes we set records every year.
Most rain in the South East!
Hottest December in Texas!
Driest 104 day streak in Oklahoma!
The thing is these records often only break the existing records by a degree, or a millimeter... and the previous record often pre-dates the industrial revolution. So if the record breaking days in the modern day were only because of AGW ... what were the previous record breaking days.
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