Climate Records Keep Shattering with Hottest April in 12th Record-Setting Month

By Tom Randall | May 20, 2016

  • May 20, 2016 at 8:53 am
    Yogi Polar Berra says:
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    I know it’s getting warmer because I’m shedding more fur than usual.

    That said, we still can’t attribute the Global Climate changes to man’s activity at a significant rate of correlation.

    So, why all the fuss, and Carbon-Tax nonsense? Those of us who have identified which political group proselytize this unproven ‘theory’ about man’s activities contributing greatly to climate change know the answer.

    • May 20, 2016 at 4:13 pm
      Ice Cap says:
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      Hey Yogi,
      Maybe you’re right… and I hope you are. Maybe there’s over 60,000 climate scientists that are part of a giant conspiracy to mislead the public and take over the world economy. Or maybe climatologists aren’t that bright and have thought of ruling out natural variations as a possibility. Having your own set of facts to support what you wish to be true is far more comfortable than facing the implausible reality at our doorstep.

  • May 20, 2016 at 9:15 am
    UW says:
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    Cue the know-nothing, science denying, moronic conspiracy theorists.

    It’s not happening, it is but only some places, it’s cold where I am, it snowed somewhere once, there is more ice at a pole even though it’s actually less, it might be happening but it’s not affected by man, AL Gore is fat.

  • May 20, 2016 at 9:26 am
    SWFL Agent says:
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    When the world is one big city, concreted over, and we’re forced to live in a bubble then maybe we’ll realize we might have influenced the weather. But until then who cares? (I do so that was a rhetorical Q). I’ve come to the conclusion that many people prefer to live and play inside any way. So why care about animals, the environment, etc. I get it. In their cities and communities they don’t get to experience the great miracles of nature that I am so fortunate to see every day. I’ll enjoy it and protect my little piece of it why I can.

  • May 20, 2016 at 4:05 pm
    B.Right says:
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    So let’s say all of this is true…

    How do we stop it and how much are we willing to pay?

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