Climate Change Makes Cold Colder

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Hot Gets Hotter, Cold Gets Colder: Effects Of Climate Change On The 2012 Elections

Climate Change is a powerful force. It simultaneously causes less cold weather, and more cold weather.

Temperature gradients drive energy flow, so if we could find a way to generate electricity directly from Climate Change, mankind would be set for the next few thousand years – which is how long alarmists say that CO2 is resident in the atmosphere.

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9 Responses to Climate Change Makes Cold Colder

  1. Jason Calley says:

    Oh, that is brilliant! My best laugh of the day so far! :)

  2. This is a brilliant idea because it can explain 16 years of relatively stable global temperature. The hot places getting hotter are cancelling out the cold places getting colder. Everything is getting more extreme but nobody notices it because they cancel each other out.

  3. @NJ_Snow_Fan says:

    Answer already exist but government can not make tax revenue off it.

  4. Andy OZ says:

    It’s a known fact that CO2 freezes at a lower temperature than H2O……… so CO2 must be producing the colder conditions N America is experiencing.

    See MPN and CNN!
    Anyone can produce a fact and come up with a totally implausible conclusion.

  5. Mark says:

    CO2 causes meteors.

  6. pcon says:

    water vapor is a more potent and much more abundant gas than co2, and without the greenhouse effect, or co2 gas, there would be no life on earth…

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