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Joe Heller for July 31, 2021

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    RAGs  3 months ago

    I keep remembering back in the Mekong Delta, in the dry season; when it got down to 95 degrees we put our shirts back on. I also drank hot tea because it felt good when I stopped sweating.

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    Kyrie Eleison  3 months ago

    We hide from nature.

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    seamusrmacdonald  3 months ago

    Just wait ’til the overloaded power system shuts down at the worst possible moment, as it will, due to chronic underinvestment. It is tempting to say that the shit will hit the fan, but even if it did, the fan would not be rotating!

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    FrankErnesto  3 months ago

    Now do it wearing a hazmat suit.

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    William Bednar Premium Member 3 months ago

    With “Global Warming” heating up, cars may start to melt before you can get to them.

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    The Nodding Head  3 months ago

    Golly! When those Chinese pull a hoax, it sure feels real!

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    EdMeiller Premium Member 3 months ago

    Softballs from the troll today.

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    Masterskrain Premium Member 3 months ago

    Greenland is experiencing its most significant melting event of the year as temperatures in the Arctic surge. The amount of ice that melted on Tuesday alone would be enough to cover the entire state of Florida in two inches of water.It’s the third instance of extreme melting in the past decade, during which time the melting has stretched farther inland than the entire satellite era, which began in the 1970s.Greenland lost more than 8.5 billion tons of surface mass on Tuesday, and 18.4 billion tons since Sunday, according to the Denmark Meteorological Institute. While this week’s total ice loss is not as extreme as a similar event in 2019 — a record melt year — the area of the ice sheet that’s melting is larger.

    “It’s a significant melt,” Ted Scambos, a senior research scientist at the National Snow and Ice Data Center at the University of Colorado, told CNN. “July 27th saw most of the eastern half of Greenland from the northern tip all the way to the southern tip mostly melted, which is unusual.”

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    Same2Ubuddy Premium Member 3 months ago

    Apparently the liberals are once again shocked that it gets hot in the summer.

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    Lola85 Premium Member 3 months ago

    I guess there are a few positives to continuing to self-isolate. I’ve done that little dance many times in the past, and I don’t miss doing it this summer. For the most part, I’m staying inside my air-conditioned house, praying that the Texas power grid doesn’t fail again.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 3 months ago

    Apparently republican trolls still can’t recognize climate change.

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    I C U   3 months ago

    Hope Texas has a planB when grid fails again.

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    Sun  3 months ago

    Climate Change is a natural occurrence, and naturally natural occurrences is another proven fact that Democrats continue to deny.

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    359mxn  3 months ago

    Normalizing climate catastrophe much?

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    cherns Premium Member 3 months ago

    When I’ve been in Chapel Hill and in Tucson in the summer, I’ve reflected how much they were like my home town of Winnipeg in the winter (-40 C/F not uncommon): from climate-controlled home in a climate-controlled car to a climate-controlled office, with occasional forays to a climate-controlled mall or supermarket.

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