Chicago: Frigid Temperatures Break January 30 Record Low. Al Gore’s Arctic warm air cools off the country. Warmal Cooling strikes again.

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NeverTrump
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NeverTrump

lol climate and weather aren’t the same thing.

Science education is sure lacking in this country. Thanks republicans

Not so silent
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Not so silent

Your degree from meteorology is from what university?? Another talking point, you just get them by the bucket load. I lived next door to Canada for years on the open plains, happens a lot…but then again “climate change”….Oh yea what about Governor blackface baby killer and his opponent is gonna run over illegals with his truck? You bitch about republicans all time but democrats are constantly saying “hold my beer and watch this”….

JPTravis
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“lol climate and weather aren’t the same thing”

You really need to buy a dictionary. It gets tiresome correcting your ignorant comments all the time. Lefties are constantly shrieking about how climate and weather are different things, and ignorant people like you assume without checking that they must be right because, well, gee, they’re important people like Al Gore and Michael Mann, ya know? But what is the definition of climate, straight out of the dictionary?

“climate: noun; the composite or generally prevailing weather conditions of a region, as temperature, air pressure, humidity, precipitation, sunshine, cloudiness, and winds, throughout the year, averaged over a series of years”

Gee, guess what: you’ve been lied to by your leftie experts yet again. Turns out weather and climate are the same thing, only over different periods of time. Maybe you should start using different sources of information, dude. Or, you can remain in your current state of ignorance, up to you.

NeverTrump
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Lol!!

Your own post contradicts your argument!

The last part of the definition says the following “throughout the year, averaged over a series of years””

So yes the current weather is incredibly cold but the climate over the past decade has been exponentially increasing.

Nice try!

JPTravis
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Apparently you can’t even understand English words in a dictionary. This is pathetic. And where in the world did you get the idea that temperatures (which is what I assume you meant above, not climate, since climate cannot very well “increase”) have been exponentially increasing over the past decade? WTF? Even alarmists admit we are in a pause where even their skewed data sets don’t show warming. There are articles all over the place about the pause. Seriously, dude, you haven’t hear about the pause? Are you still back in the nineties when Michael Mann was using bristlecone pine samples?

https://www.thegwpf.org/state-of-the-climate-report-reveals-23-year-temperature-pause-in-the-stratosphere/

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Dave K
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I live around 90 miles east of Chitown and the weather has *not* been pleasant. I barely left the house yesterday and don’t plan on it today either.

Gore and the other greenies can take their globull warming and stick it where the sun don’t shine.

JPTravis
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The other day I went for a walk just to test the situation. Practically froze my ass off. I learned the secret to staying warm in cold weather a long time ago: it’s very simple, walk faster. If you’re still cold, walk faster yet. Eventually you’ll be going so fast your own body heat will warm you up. I learned that playing football in the snow. No matter how cold it was outside, eventually we would all be warm as toast from all that running around. So anyway, now that I’m older… that trick doesn’t work anymore. NOT. AT. All.

Joe Redfield
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Just attach some solar panels to your hat and run a windmill down your spine and…voila!…you’ll be the greenest corpse on your block.

GhostntheMachine
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That football thing brought back memories; pretty cool the first time you try to take off your helmet on the sidelines and your sweaty hair has frozen to the padding inside. Yeow

JPTravis
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I loved playing in the snow but playing in the mud was pretty fun too. I remember when a pouring rain turned the whole football field into a mud puddle and a guy trying to cover me on a pass route slipped, over-compensated, and went face first into a giant mud puddle, sliding across head first and completely covering his face with mud. I was laughing so hard when I caught the ball I could barely run and ended up falling on my ass myself. But no worries: the first two opponents who arrived to make sure I was down slid right on past, and I managed to get up and score the touchdown. I stood in the endzone with my hands on my knees laughing so hard I couldn’t catch my breath.

With snow you can continually uncover the lines so you know where you are and can mark the first down, but when the field gets that muddy the yard lines are gone. You just have to guess. You’re basically a bunch of pigs wallowing in the mud.