Tuesday, November 19, 2013


Global warming blamed for Midwest tornadoes, thunderstorms | The Daily Caller
“We’re causing this because there are more and more of these storms, because of the way that humanity is changing the world’s environment,” Sachs told MSNBC’s Morning Joe. “This kind of event will happen more frequently unless we change the way we run our energy system. This is what humanity is doing. This is very, very hard to come to grips with.”
Polar bear problems in N Hudson Bay not due to late freeze-up | polarbearscience
Bottom line: A “late freeze-up” for northwestern Hudson Bay occurs when ice formation is delayed until early December or beyond. Freeze-up was nowhere near “late” this year, nor was the ice “slow to freeze.” It wasn’t last year either.

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