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  1. QuiGon

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    Wow... I guess this whole global warming thing must be real... To hell with those SUV's..!!

    On the day: End of longest heat wave ever, 1912. It was 9 consecutive days with 90 degrees or more

    http://weather.boston.com/
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    Once again weather is anecdotal, climate is history.. continue to beg issues, and act like a f..ing clown your need for attention over intelligent posts is obvious.
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    Today, July 12 2007, my furnace has gone on every morning since Sep 4 2006.
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    Finally something we can agree on climate is history. We are currently at below average temps for the period of the last 3,000 years and significently below the inter ice age highs of the Helocene maximum.
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    Any else see the stuff about Mars having a real stormy year? Hmm....


    Global warming hits Mars too: study

    Apr 4 04:33 PM US/Eastern

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    Global warming could be heating Mars four times faster than Earth due to a mutually reinforcing interplay of wind-swept dust and changes in reflected heat from the Sun, according to a study released Wednesday.

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    For Earth, global warming is mainly associated with human activities -- notably the burning of fossil fuels -- that release carbon dioxide (CO2) into the atmosphere, trapping more of the Sun's heat.

    But changes in our planet's average temperature can also be driven up or down by natural phenomena such as shifts in orbit or axis rotation, and the release of naturally-occurring greenhouse gases by volcanoes and vegetation.

    On Mars, there have been an unusual number of massive, planet-darkening storms over the last 30 years, and computer models indicate that surface air temperatures on the Red Planet increased by 0.65 C (1.17 F) during from the 1970s to the 1990s.

    Residual ice on the Martian south pole, they note, has steadily retreated over the last four years.

    By comparison, the average temperature of Earth increased by 0.75 C (1.33 F) over the last century.



    http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=070404203258.5klhwqs4&show_article=1
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    Years ago we called Global Warming "a heat wave".

    No matter how hard they try Looney Moonbats will never tell Mother Nature what to do.
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