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Whew. I am so glad we have "global warming" happening.

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If you think it is colder than you remember last year, your’e right. Winter hasn’t officially started yet, it begins on Wednesday, December 21st. But the numbers tell a cold hard fact: as of 7 a.m. EST this morning, Sunday, Dec. 18, the average temperature across the Lower 48 states of the U.S. is colder than any time all last winter.


As this plot of hourly temperatures shows, the average temperature is 16 degrees. F, which is 4 degrees colder than any time last winter. What’s worse, the coldest part of winter is still six weeks away.

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Just for the record, this is NOT unusual after a massive El Nino' year we just ending in the summer of 2016.


THIS is how the "heat" from that El Nin0' is dissipated since the atmosphere AT THE POLES is thinner and allows that heat to escape to space. The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics CALLS for this to happen since "heat moves to cold" and the ocean flows are always TOWARD the poles- regardless of the hemisphere you are in. Northern heat moves to the North pole and it is ALWAYS warmer than the South pole due to the massive expanse of the Pacific that is more north than south.


Next year, the anomolies will be MUCH lower and probably BELOW the ones today since there is a La NIna forming and that colder denser water has less flow north to "warm" the arctic as is happening now.

PERFECT illustration of exactly WHY our climate is totally STABLE and isn't "warming" other than the heat dissipation of this El Nino we just had end.

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Renewable energy generates electricity from sustainable sources like wind, solar, and geothermal power with little or no pollution or global warming emissions.

It's hilarous that you idiots believe all this bullshit. You think there is no Goebbel Warming emitted by solar farms? You have any idea how how those solar panels get, and reflect that heat into the atmosphere?

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