How Global warming is affecting Russia this year

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  1. Baruch Menachem
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    The Volga is frozen over at Volgograd for the first time in 12 years. You can walk across it.
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    For contrast, 1942 was one of the worst winters of the century. The Volga didn't freeze that year.
     
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    Message received. Will adjust satellite imagery +1.2 degrees.
     
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    noting its cold in the winter does not disprove global warming. How about you show some images of the record fires they were having in 2010.
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    Yes you expect record call and snowfall as a result of a .01% change in the atmosphere over 100 years.

    Of course.
     
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    Wait.

    Global warming cause forest fires?

    You're saying it got so hot trees burst into flame?
     
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    Looks like a cooling trend maybe starting with 2010 and 2011. Record fires you say? Man that would have released a lot of CO2 huh? Why so cold now?
     
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    Bear in mind that where I am we are already getting springtime responses by the plants. The rosebushes are all budding out etc. It isn't nice and toasty warm. This is february. But is more balmy than usual for February here.
     
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    This is a pic of a big lake in southern Siberia.........Lake Baikai........deepest in the world........taken recently, they are suppossed to be in what they call "transition" with spring approaching. Picture taken early last week............LOOK AT THE FUCKING LAKE:eek:

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    And all over Europe............people are feeling theyve been hoodwinked by their governments with all the green BS................

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    Poland........February 14th...................


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    And the nutters keep talking about "the science"!!!!:fu::fu::fu:
     
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