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[*] posted on 5-8-2017 at 06:45 PM


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Don't forget the volcanoes! :rolleyes::


Who killed the dinosaurs, meteorite, yea no. A volcano can reverse years of global warming caused by david k and the gop.
The supervolcano is overdue. Care for a volcanic winter?
Oh I forgot you are not smart enough to know what that means.




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[*] posted on 5-8-2017 at 07:16 PM


Quote: Originally posted by elgatoloco  
Don't forget the volcanoes! :rolleyes:

Out on the coast we got less then an 1" total on Sunday. Turned the sprinklers off for the next few days. :saint:


I checked our rain gauge and it read 2.25 inches. I guess I got some fake news originally. Not sure how this post became about David K:P

Back to my question, how far south into Baja did the rain get?

[Edited on 5-9-2017 by Bajaboy]




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[*] posted on 5-8-2017 at 09:16 PM
As Bangladesh goes so goes ..................


Who KNOWS ?

Other than THOSE who buy their cheap CLOTHES ?

On the upside, they're our "Canaries".

When they go (and stay) under, we can start worrying.

Not about the clothes, of course. There are other third-world producers to take up the slack.

In the meantime, everybody could quit (mistakenly) thinking that their expressions of concern will have ANY effect on whatever happens with the weather.

BUT, given that taking one position or the other on CLIMATE causation is a political purity requirement, it's a certainty that the useless debate will go on.

It "would" be nice if the forecasters could be believed regarding what they say about the weather a day or two out, though, but I've given up even on that.
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[*] posted on 5-9-2017 at 08:52 AM


Quote: Originally posted by Bajaboy  
Quote: Originally posted by elgatoloco  
Don't forget the volcanoes! :rolleyes:

Out on the coast we got less then an 1" total on Sunday. Turned the sprinklers off for the next few days. :saint:


I checked our rain gauge and it read 2.25 inches. I guess I got some fake news originally. Not sure how this post became about David K:P

Back to my question, how far south into Baja did the rain get?

[Edited on 5-9-2017 by Bajaboy]


What do you mean you're not sure???

Quote: Originally posted by Bajaboy  
Yesterday in Spring Valley, we received a record 1.7 inches of rain. How far into Baja did the rain reach?

Sure seems like our weather patterns are changing despite what some might say about a palm tree:light:


Who else found an object at sea level (the trunk is about 1 ft. above typical high tide line) in a 60-year-old photo that is still here now, and still at (not under) sea level?




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[*] posted on 5-9-2017 at 09:19 AM


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Who else found an object at sea level (the trunk is about 1 ft. above typical high tide line) in a 60-year-old photo that is still here now, and still at (not under) sea level?[/rquote]

Is this a trick question...:?:

Anyways, back to my original question, how far down did the rain get? I saw snow at San Pedro Martir and rain in Vizcaino.




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[*] posted on 5-9-2017 at 12:35 PM


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In Farenheit 451, Ray Bradbury described a fictional future world where all books were outlawed and firemen burned any confiscated books.

In the Trump Administration, Trump formulated a real world where ideas and data were outlawed and his appointed staff scrubbed government websites and databases to hide the outlawed ideas and data.

DK, it is too late for you to read about global warming, the Trumpian purge of science and scientists has begun, you are doomed to live in your ignorance!



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[*] posted on 5-9-2017 at 01:09 PM



Ignore him. It's best.:light:




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