Tuesday, December 24, 2013


Unusually bitter cold snap even hard on Santas | INFORUM | Fargo, ND
Indeed, December will likely go down in the record books as one of the area’s coldest, WDAY meteorologist John Wheeler said. So far, temperatures this month are about 12 degrees below average, he said.
Jerry Jackson: Climate injustice - Opinion - The Sun-Times - Heber Springs, AR - Heber Springs, AR
If this is man-made because of industrial pollution, how do you explain the terrible drought of the thirties, the hurricane decades ago that ravished Galveston and other coastal cities killing thousands? And the floods that demolished entire sections of cities like Kansas City in the twenties. More and more thoughtful scientists are rebelling against the hysterics of Al Gore and his cult.
As livestock eat, so they emit: highly variable diets drive highly variable climate change ‘hoofprints’ - environmentalresearchweb
The most detailed livestock analysis to date, published yesterday, shows vast differences in animal diets and emissions.
Minnesota: Bitter cold sends more to Salvation Army shelters
Miller said instead of 450 people a night, they're sheltering and average of 800.

"We have people sitting in chairs rather than being out in the cold. We have people lying in spots where they may not be the best, but it's the best that we can provide," he said,

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