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Kevin Kallaugher

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  1. Ellen Gwynne

    Ellen Gwynne said, over 1 year ago

    Yeah, hurricane Sandy.

  2. Michael wme

    Michael wme said, over 1 year ago

    How can anyone believe in climate change as winter is approaching?


    Climate change would mean that every day was warmer than the day before, wouldn’t it???


    Those climate so-called scientists take every single thermometer that’s recording official temperatures and take the annual average, then stick those annual averages into a mathematical program.


    No decent American believes in math or math programs, so that’s all garbage.


    Anyway, their statistical programs show that there is a 95% certainty that the average over all thermometers all over the world is increasing by 0.5 degrees every century, but that means there’s a 5% chance it isn’t increasing by 0.5 degrees!


    And every early 19th century scientist knew that the North Pole was tropical, and I can only accept that they were right (cf Mary Shelly’s excellent science book), so what we’re really seeing is global cooling!


    The Northwest Passage was known in the 15th century. They couldn’t find it, because they didn’t know where to look. Now that we know, we’ve found, for the first time in 500 years, that Northwest Passage, but there is no global warming, so it was there all along, our primitive ancestors just couldn’t find it!

  3. Respectful Troll

    Respectful Troll said, over 1 year ago

    I think the cartoon makes a good comment and is bipartisan in its blame. However…
    I know a few surfers who, were they to look at that picture, might consider anything that would increase the quality of surf to be a good thing.
    Respectfully, but a little goofily….brah…
    C.

  4. Ziveron

    Ziveron said, over 1 year ago

    Michael, one of the predicted results of climate change is an increase in the frequency and intensity of weather patterns. The back to back storms slamming into the east coast certainly fits the model.

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