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    R u cold?

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    Seems fairly chilly straight across the boards.

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    Re: R u cold?

    Not only has it been very cold here in Michigan, but the precipitation has been way above normal for the past two years. The corn is still in the fields in many places. It has not been dry enough to harvest. Lots of trouble coming.

    How long will people believe this global warming scam? I still hear them claiming that the cold is due to global warming. I don't believe anything from the mainstream scammers.
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    Re: R u cold?

    Cornsicles?

    Alls I can say is when it does start to get warmer again, we'll all be eating soylent green.

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    Re: R u cold?

    Cold and snow very early, started 6 weeks ago hasn't let up, lots of crops out north and east of here.

    More snow coming this weekend.

    Looks like we could have 6-7 months of winter like conditions before spring shows up,
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    Re: R u cold?

    we are in our good weather months in s. texas -- oct to may is nice. june to sept is hell

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    Re: R u cold?

    They're calling it "Arctic drops". When I was researching this a while back I remember there being a reason for this. Something about warming up the Arctic to thaw some waterway to allow shipping oil a much shorter route. That's all I remember.
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    Re: R u cold?

    Arctic Drops?

    or Arctic Spread, across the entire planet?

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    Re: R u cold?

    Quote Originally Posted by Horn View Post
    Arctic Drops?

    or Arctic Spread, across the entire planet?
    Arctic drops. Synopsis is they heat up the arctic to melt a sea way path to transport oil carriers through there instead of all the way around. Kinda makes sense especially if were going to have some war at the southern border of the US.

    If there is a southern war there is gonna be a lot of carnage of innocents. A LOT.
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    Re: R u cold?

    It'll be -4F on Monday night. Seems normal to me.
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    Re: R u cold?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cebu_4_2 View Post
    Arctic drops. Synopsis is they heat up the arctic to melt a sea way path to transport oil carriers through there instead of all the way around. Kinda makes sense especially if were going to have some war at the southern border of the US.

    If there is a southern war there is gonna be a lot of carnage of innocents. A LOT.
    I'm only guessing, but don't see any great savings in heating the arctic to setup secondary trade routes around a southern war.

    Why not just melt everyone who would war in the South to clear the original trade route?

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