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Old 02-21-2010, 10:39 PM   #526
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Old 02-21-2010, 11:26 PM   #527
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Boy these IPCC reports keep dripping BS at a constant level. When will the dam break?
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Old 09-27-2010, 04:38 PM   #528
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Los Angeles Times | Sept. 27, 2010 | 1:17 p.m.


Record-breaking 113 degrees in downtown L.A.


Today is the hottest day ever recorded in downtown L.A. At 12:15 p.m., the weather station at USC hit the 113-degree mark, breaking the old all-time high of 112, set on June 26, 1990.


It makes today the hottest day since records in downtown L.A. started being kept in 1877, said Stuart Seto of the National Weather Service.


More at: 113 degrees in downtown? L.A. broils with triple-digit temperatures [Updated] | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times

hottest day ever!!!!

global warming is for real, end of discussion
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hottest day ever!!!!

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It's ridiculously hot today. I know a ton of people, including myself, who don't have AC. I'm so sleeping in my office tonight.
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That's crazy
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Old 09-28-2010, 12:57 PM   #531
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Der Spiegel: The Ocean’s Influence Greater Than Thought

Hey Phil Jones disagrees with you.

BTW remember that Downtown L.A. doesn't represent the entire planet and also that you weren't alive in the Medieval Warming Period so how do you know it is the hottest "ever"? When La Nina's effects show up will anyone post:

"Global warming is not for real, end of discussion."?

I doubt it.

BTW where I live we didn't get much summer at all, should I extrapolate that to everywhere?

Obama Presides Over A Hurricane Free Presidency | Real Science

Gee what happened to hurricanes?

Anyways I'm done with this thread as well. It's just more religious socialism as shown here:

Cancel all your European travel and vacation plans – carbon trading extortion is here | Watts Up With That?

It's all about increasing government fees and trade barriers to force other countries to adopt useless policies.

California's 'invisible summer' slips away - USATODAY.com

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LOS ANGELES — No need to root around the closet for sweaters and jackets: Californians never really put them away this year.
"The invisible summer, seamless from spring to fall," said Bill Patzert, a scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory who studies the role of oceans in the global climate.

In Los Angeles, the last full day of summer passed Tuesday under the gloom of a deep marine layer — the low clouds and fog that put a damper on many beach excursions and made a dip in the surf bracing.

"The ocean never warmed," Patzert said.

The cause was a stalled jet stream pattern in the Northern Hemisphere that created a semi-permanent trough of low pressure from Alaska to southern Baja California, Mexico, and kept the entire west coast of North America cool, Patzert said.

Not everyone complained as the trend knocked the upper end off normal daytime summer highs in the inland regions miles from the coast.

"It wasn't the coolest summer ever, that's for sure, but in a warming world, it was a little gift from the weather gods," Patzert said.

Summer began on June 21, a month that was warmer than average but ended with below-normal temperatures, according to the California state climatologist's office.

July's statewide average temperature was a hair above average and included a heat wave, but the climatologist's summary suggested the more important weather event was a persistent onshore flow of ocean air and a deep marine layer that dropped temperatures below normal in coastal regions, setting some records.

"This experience was in stark contrast to other parts of the U.S. and world that experienced record-setting heat in July," the climate summary said.

August's statewide average was cooler-than-normal despite a record-setting heat wave, and the month ended with a significant low-pressure system that even raised concerns that backcountry hikers in the Sierra Nevada might be caught unprepared by a summer snowfall.

September has continued to see cool temperatures. Tuesday's high in downtown Los Angeles was 13 degrees below normal at 70.

Patzert, who studies the ocean warming and cooling phenomena known as El Nino and La Nina, said a strong La Nina is developing but was not responsible for the cool summer.

La Ninas are marked by cold water filling the tropical Pacific and are linked to drought in the Southwest.

"La Nina really has its impact in the fall and the winter on the rainfall," Patzert said. "It's not really a big forecaster of anything during the summer."

Fall begins Wednesday night. Ironically, the National Weather Service forecast the beginning of an extended period of warm, dry weather in California by the weekend as the ridge of high pressure that has dominated the Midwest and East through the summer moves west.

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There's still a lot more natural phenomenon to study but I guess nobody wants to wait for that. Just assume all temperature records are man made. $$$$$. You can't tax nature but you can tax man.
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Given your insistence that US temperature records were representative of the whole world when it comes to the "cooling since 1998" claim it's a bit rich to complain about people using CA as an example. You have been consistently closed minded about this issue by ignoring primary sources and lobbing ad hominem statements about anybody who accepts the reality of climate change as a socialist.
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Haven't we had a few bots in here?
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It's time to continue this discussion.

What do you think?

Or what link can you post?
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I think that if you were genuinely sincere about continuing the discussion then you would have brought something new(or answered some of the old)...

But that's just me.
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But that's just me.
And me...

I guess the fact that it's now pretty cold in some regions, which by some is seen as evidence against global warming (or more accurate, climate change), was the reason for bumping this read.

Reading is fun, but only if there's something sensible to read.
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Reading is indeed fun.

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a blog? no thank you.
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