Freeze Watch for Parts of New York

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    Ohh you obviously have missed the talking points. Global Warming can cause ANYTHING.

    What is hilarious is the latest deflection from the rabid global warming faithful here is that North America is the only place on the planet that is cooling and so we do not count.

    Now juxtapose that with those same retards refusing to acknowledge the fact that the Arctic regions are cooler now then in the 20's to 40's time frame and yet we are to believe the caps are melting, we will be flooded out by it. When it did not happen in the 20's thorough 40's time period when the arctic region was HOTTER and for LONGER than now.
     
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    It is far more difficult to dispute US temps because this country has by far the most temp stations. The global warmers love to include other parts of the world because in many areas those are estimated numbers, and as such, far more easily manipulated.

    At least in my neck of the woods the temps are finally starting to warm up after a very long drawn out winter that killed many prized plants - the first time that has happened in a looooong time.
     
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    The sun is in its lowest level of activity in 80 years.

    So why are the glaciers and the ice cap still melting?
     

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