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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

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    We could have a bet on whether there will be a smallpox outbreak as the top layer thaws and bodies get uncovered. I do hope there's still a lot of vaccine in fridges.
    I can't speak for the rest of the world, but the US reportedly has stockpiled plenty of the vaccine in case some random terrorists manage to get hold of the bugs and decides to "share"
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

    what global warming
    Pretty sure it is skipping Canada.
    We have had snow on Vancouver Island, this month, this is super unusual.
    We just thawed out from a week of -30C-51C weather here in Western Canada.
    Last summer we had below normal temperatures all summer long
    Then on the East Coast they just had so much snowfall it piled higher than many homes out that way.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

    Quote Originally Posted by minks View Post
    what global warming
    Pretty sure it is skipping Canada.
    We have had snow on Vancouver Island, this month, this is super unusual.
    We just thawed out from a week of -30C-51C weather here in Western Canada.
    Last summer we had below normal temperatures all summer long
    Then on the East Coast they just had so much snowfall it piled higher than many homes out that way.
    Hi Minks, great to see you

    That’s just weather, not climate :-)

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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

    Quote Originally Posted by minks View Post
    what global warming
    Pretty sure it is skipping Canada.
    Minksy!

    There was a photo of your town in the newspaper last week and it looked like a white bedsheet from close up. They said there were houses underneath. Speaking for myself, if I have to change out of slippers to walk round the garden it annoys me. You must have the reflexes of a goat to get around at the moment.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

    Well looking at weather, Where we live it has been the dryest, and among the warmest Januaries on record. 30 days without any measurable precipitation.
    At the same time, the mountains just 50 miles to the west have been having near record snowfall.

    An interesting piece in BBC today about Antarctica might be worth reading:
    https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-51097309
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    If that was the piece about the journalist going to the Thwaites glacier, I did earlier. It reminded me why a career as a journalist never appealed, the chap's clearly a masochist.
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    Re: ForumGarden's prediction regarding this so-called Global Warming crisis

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    If that was the piece about the journalist going to the Thwaites glacier, I did earlier. It reminded me why a career as a journalist never appealed, the chap's clearly a masochist.
    I would actually sign up for such an escapade, though I don't know what possible use I could be. Perhaps my culinary skills might be appreciated?
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    I would actually sign up for such an escapade, though I don't know what possible use I could be. Perhaps my culinary skills might be appreciated?
    Not if you specialize in sorbets.
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