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Snow covers the Sahara Desert in Algeria. Global Warming strikes again.

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whiskeyriver
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Meanwhile New Mexico has not seen any significant snow or rain in almost 100 days. Damn globull warming! It’s only been 10 years since our last winter dry spell, we are not due for another in 10 more years.

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I am going to take advantage of this, snow tires for camels! I’ll make a million! 🙂

JPTravis
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If you run that idea through your marketing department they will inform you that camels do not have wheels… but if you pay a scientist to say camel snow tires will reduce carbon you can get a federal grant and sell them to the state of California.

whiskeyriver
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Buy them from the railroad. They have these spikes that slip on over work boots so the people can get better traction in snowy weather. i’m sure they would be easy to adapt for camels!

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sifi

There will be glitches in the weather. The Dust Bowl of the 30’s is a good example of it going to the extreme but getting back to normal. It happens, to a lesser degree, all the time all over the world.

KimmyQueen
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It is interesting. I have to admit. Not sure how this is necessarily humans’ fault, but it is an interesting climate development.

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Oooooh, that’s a new one Kimmy! Global climate development!