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Ludi wrote:Are you making any changes or additions to your preparations to accommodate global warming?
peripato wrote:Ludi wrote:Are you making any changes or additions to your preparations to accommodate global warming?
Not to belittle the tremendous consequences for life inherent in Global Warming sometime in the future, but compared to the financial crisis and peak oil, worrying about or preparing for it is akin to a three pack a day jaywalker concerned more about contracting lung cancer 20 years from now, than being immediately run over.
Sixstrings wrote:Lore wrote:I moved from the South to the North.
Are you in a blizzard right now? How's that working out for you?
I'll stay down south, at least I won't freeze.
Homesteader wrote:Perhaps we should ask the Eurozone how they like living with the new climate, seeing as they are passed a tipping point.
dolanbaker wrote:Homesteader wrote:Perhaps we should ask the Eurozone how they like living with the new climate, seeing as they are passed a tipping point.
We are expecting some very severe cold next week! Looks like a repeat of 1947 according to some.http://www.netweather.tv/gfsimages2/gfs.20101213/00/129/ukmintemp.png
Ibon wrote:Adjusting is psychological. The locals down here in Panama told me the dry wet seasons were as predictable as a clock but now there are many extremes of wet and dry and the seasonality although still present is no longer fixed. An example is the last two years where the local indigenuous folks here (Guayme) planted beans (pinto or black) in the dry season only to watch their harvest destroyed by too much rain.
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