Re: -28° C in Moscow (-37° in Finnish Lapland)
- From: "EZ" <zvinys@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: 19 Jan 2006 08:04:45 -0800
henry alminas wrote:
> "EZ" <zvinys@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> > henry alminas wrote:
> >> The good news - "global warming" seems to
> >> have been stopped dead in its tracks.
> > Is this a good news because now you can have a reason to dismiss the
> > Kyoto agreement as non-sensical - and keep polluting?
> > I thought that global warming is characterised by temperature
> > imbalances (i.e. the lack of consistency) with the general trend of
> > warming, no?
> > Evaldas
> In that case Colorado must have been a
> "mini-global-warming-zone" for a damn
> long time. At least for as long as any
> records have been kept.
> So tell me - what would you consider
> to be "consistent" weather?
> My mother used to tell me about the
> super-cold winters in Lithuania and
> the large amounts of snow. Is the
> weather at this moment "consistent"
> with that? Or what?
> Best - - Henry
When I was a kid, pretty much every winter we would go out on sleds or
skis. Then in early 90s things slowly started changing (or maybe my
memory fails me - in late November - early December, sleet instead of
snow) - with relatively warmer winters.
Even if the current weather is consistent with what your mother told
you (it's cold) - one needs to answer - is this a temporary dip or is
this a consistent trend, that persists from year to year for a
significant amount of years?
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