Soviet Propaganda Mill Marches On

These unusually harsh winters usually are the result of heating somewhere else, most likely in areas of the world that are already hot.

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13 Responses to Soviet Propaganda Mill Marches On

  1. Mike Mangan says:

    The Scots may finally be able to do the Bonspiel again…

    Those not tough enough for curling play soccer.

    Just kidding!!

  2. Paul H says:

    I smell the stench of desperation.

  3. Sandy Rham says:

    What about the Dutch eleven city thing on 200 km of frozen canals?

  4. MikeTheDenier says:

    Here’s one for Amino Acids in Meteorites

    Life Ingredients Found in Superhot Meteorites—A First

    Hot on the heels of finding arsenic-loving life-forms, NASA astronomers have uncovered amino acids—the fundamental foundation for life—in a place where they shouldn’t be.

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    Akhisa, or whatever has 77,800 followers! Are people dumb sheep or what?

  6. don penman says:

    Why did the blocking high pressure areas not form in the winter of 2007/2008 if they are caused by loss of sea ice.The pattern of weather we are experiencing in the UK this winter is quite common in the last 100 years,it is the years between 1998 and 2008 that have been unusually mild in winter.

  7. Andy Weiss says:

    Some winters are cold and snowy. Some are mild with little snow. What is newsworthy about that? It has been that way for hundreds if not thousands of years!

  8. don penman says:

    I think that the mild winters we have experienced recently in the UK were caused by the decline in Arctic sea ice extent as we see the Arctic sea ice extent increase we are likely to see more colder winters in the NH.

    • Mike Davis says:

      It is just a part of the same variable weather pattern. The regional weather patterns appear to be working together to enhance each other this year.

  9. OooooooOOOooooooh,
    The climate outside is frightful,
    This lack of warming ain’t delightful,
    But since we still need the dough,
    Act like we know
    ‘Bout the snow
    (Though we don’t).

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