Name a region of the globe where climate has changed in the last 30 years

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
 

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Thats sort of specific parameters. You know it doesnt work like that right?
 

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Changes like that would disprove all of current climate theory, so of course there are no changes like that.

Instead, the changes have been happening exactly as climate scientists have predicted.
 

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No one denies that climate changes, because it always does, and has for a very long time. What warmers really need to do is be honest and stop talking about "climate change", which is meaningless, and talk about what they really mean, which is "man-caused global warming". Changing the words doesn't change what they really mean.
 

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DENIER!!! ACCEPT CO2 AS YOUR SAVIOR!!!

All you have to do is turn on the Weather Channel and point to any story, there's your Global Warming/Climate Change
 

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Changes like that would disprove all of current climate theory, so of course there are no changes like that.

Instead, the changes have been happening exactly as climate scientists have predicted.
LOL @ "disprove climate theory"

You can't disprove what you never stated.

Oh, unlike the AGWCult, real scientists LIVE to disprove, test, retest and try to falsify scientific theories.
 

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change - Scientific American

5 Places Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change

"A 2012 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that half of the Great Barrier Reef was lost in the past 27 years.

Newtok, and many other villages in Alaska, are built atop permanently frozen soil, called permafrost. As ocean temperatures increase, Alaska's permafrost melts, causing the ground to erode and many of these remote, coastal towns to sink.

Newtok is located on the western coast of Alaska, on the edge of the rising Ninglick River. The flood-prone town already sits below sea level, and researchers have said the entire village could be underwater within a decade."

Global warming ten most affected areas - Telegraph

"Rainfall in the northern regions of Sudan, including war-torn Darfur, is down by 30 per cent over the past 40 years, with the Sahara advancing by well over a mile every year."
 
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Changes like that would disprove all of current climate theory, so of course there are no changes like that.

Instead, the changes have been happening exactly as climate scientists have predicted.
so you can't pull out one region of the globe eh? Climate is not temperatures it is the conditions for weather. And you can't prove your theory because there is no region that has actually changed!
 

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change - Scientific American

5 Places Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change

"A 2012 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that half of the Great Barrier Reef was lost in the past 27 years.

Newtok, and many other villages in Alaska, are built atop permanently frozen soil, called permafrost. As ocean temperatures increase, Alaska's permafrost melts, causing the ground to erode and many of these remote, coastal towns to sink.

Newtok is located on the western coast of Alaska, on the edge of the rising Ninglick River. The flood-prone town already sits below sea level, and researchers have said the entire village could be underwater within a decade."

Global warming ten most affected areas - Telegraph

"Rainfall in the northern regions of Sudan, including war-torn Darfur, is down by 30 per cent over the past 40 years, with the Sahara advancing by well over a mile every year."
So you're REALLY talking about man-made global warming? I don't suppose you mean naturally occurring cooling?
 

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change - Scientific American

5 Places Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change

"A 2012 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that half of the Great Barrier Reef was lost in the past 27 years.

Newtok, and many other villages in Alaska, are built atop permanently frozen soil, called permafrost. As ocean temperatures increase, Alaska's permafrost melts, causing the ground to erode and many of these remote, coastal towns to sink.

Newtok is located on the western coast of Alaska, on the edge of the rising Ninglick River. The flood-prone town already sits below sea level, and researchers have said the entire village could be underwater within a decade."

Global warming ten most affected areas - Telegraph

"Rainfall in the northern regions of Sudan, including war-torn Darfur, is down by 30 per cent over the past 40 years, with the Sahara advancing by well over a mile every year."
You didnt subscribe to his narrow parameters.
 

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so you can't pull out one region of the globe eh? Climate is not temperatures it is the conditions for weather. And you can't prove your theory because there is no region that has actually changed!
Now you're raging that since all the data agrees with the predictions of mainstream climate science instead of with your weirdass cult science, mainstream climate science is wrong.

That would be why nobody pays any attention to you.
 

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change - Scientific American

5 Places Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change

"A 2012 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that half of the Great Barrier Reef was lost in the past 27 years.

Newtok, and many other villages in Alaska, are built atop permanently frozen soil, called permafrost. As ocean temperatures increase, Alaska's permafrost melts, causing the ground to erode and many of these remote, coastal towns to sink.

Newtok is located on the western coast of Alaska, on the edge of the rising Ninglick River. The flood-prone town already sits below sea level, and researchers have said the entire village could be underwater within a decade."

Global warming ten most affected areas - Telegraph

"Rainfall in the northern regions of Sudan, including war-torn Darfur, is down by 30 per cent over the past 40 years, with the Sahara advancing by well over a mile every year."
You didnt subscribe to his narrow parameters.
Amount I choose to prove to someone disputing the sky is blue and the like is limited. :)
 
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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change - Scientific American

5 Places Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change

"A 2012 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that half of the Great Barrier Reef was lost in the past 27 years.

Newtok, and many other villages in Alaska, are built atop permanently frozen soil, called permafrost. As ocean temperatures increase, Alaska's permafrost melts, causing the ground to erode and many of these remote, coastal towns to sink.

Newtok is located on the western coast of Alaska, on the edge of the rising Ninglick River. The flood-prone town already sits below sea level, and researchers have said the entire village could be underwater within a decade."

Global warming ten most affected areas - Telegraph

"Rainfall in the northern regions of Sudan, including war-torn Darfur, is down by 30 per cent over the past 40 years, with the Sahara advancing by well over a mile every year."


see link trekearth.com
 
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so you can't pull out one region of the globe eh? Climate is not temperatures it is the conditions for weather. And you can't prove your theory because there is no region that has actually changed!
Now you're raging that since all the data agrees with the predictions of mainstream climate science instead of with your weirdass cult science, mainstream climate science is wrong.

That would be why nobody pays any attention to you.
so again, you can't prove your argument. Manmouth, you've never proven one argument since I've been here. You guide the thread your way by implanting some idea, but proof you never have. I'm sorry, but that's on you not me. It was really a simple exercise to point to a location suffering from climate change, and all you've done is validate that there isn't any. predictions .....predictions......let's see observed.
 

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So, besides the normal four seasons' change that happen yearly around the globe, I challenge any of the warmers out there to put one region of the globe that has experienced a seasonal climate that changed in the last 30-100 years. We all know that the earth has been warming since the last ice age, but again, what region has actually experienced a different climate let's say in winter; where it was cold 30 to 100 years ago and today they are playing outside with their bathing suits on? Or in summer, where there is now cold and snow where 30 to 100 years ago it was above 80 degrees 'F'?
Top 10 Places Already Affected by Climate Change - Scientific American

5 Places Already Feeling the Effects of Climate Change

"A 2012 study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences found that half of the Great Barrier Reef was lost in the past 27 years.

Newtok, and many other villages in Alaska, are built atop permanently frozen soil, called permafrost. As ocean temperatures increase, Alaska's permafrost melts, causing the ground to erode and many of these remote, coastal towns to sink.

Newtok is located on the western coast of Alaska, on the edge of the rising Ninglick River. The flood-prone town already sits below sea level, and researchers have said the entire village could be underwater within a decade."

Global warming ten most affected areas - Telegraph

"Rainfall in the northern regions of Sudan, including war-torn Darfur, is down by 30 per cent over the past 40 years, with the Sahara advancing by well over a mile every year."
You didnt subscribe to his narrow parameters.
Amount I choose to prove to someone disputing the sky is blue and the like is limited. :)
because you can't prove it. And you'll do everything to defer or distract, but never ever validating your argument.
 
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More Research Links Australia’s Extreme Heat To Climate Change
More Research Links Australia s Extreme Heat To Climate Change ThinkProgress

Boston sets new snow record
Boston has its snowiest month on record - CNN.com

Search for 'record-breaking cold/hot' at your leisure. "Record-breaking" means it never happened before. Or at least not since records have been kept. If something that's never happened before happens the reasonable conclusion is something's changed. Like the climate.
climate, not weather. It is supposed to snow in Boston or have you been in some alternate world.

Australia has and is still a warm to hot climate. Nothing changed.
 

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Deny it all you want. Denied the Earth orbitted the Sun too as I recall. Didn't change the fact that it does.
 

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More Research Links Australia’s Extreme Heat To Climate Change
More Research Links Australia s Extreme Heat To Climate Change ThinkProgress

Boston sets new snow record
Boston has its snowiest month on record - CNN.com

Search for 'record-breaking cold/hot' at your leisure. "Record-breaking" means it never happened before. Or at least not since records have been kept. If something that's never happened before happens the reasonable conclusion is something's changed. Like the climate.
You can show us in a lab experiment how its the 2PPM of CO2 we added last year?

 
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Deny it all you want. Denied the Earth orbitted the Sun too as I recall. Didn't change the fact that it does.
I will and btw, I don't need your approval to either. You just are mad because you can't disprove my thread. you try and finagle your way around here, but you post links that don't address the OP.
 

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