Experts Warn That Global Warming Threatens Chicago

Last summer, after the coldest winter and iciest spring on record on Lake Michigan, experts warned that global warming threatened Chicago

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The city continues to suffer from global warming today.

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20 Responses to Experts Warn That Global Warming Threatens Chicago

  1. omanuel says:

    Global deceit is a far greater threat to the global elitist that foolishly decided to take totalitarian control of society in 1945.

  2. John B., M.D. says:

    5th largest blizzard in Chicago history. And they only predicted 6-12 inches.

    1. 23.0 inches January 26-27, 1967 The Big Snow

    2. 21.6 inches January 1-3, 1999 The New Year’s Storm

    3. 21.2 inches January 31-February 2, 2011 Groundhog Day Blizzard

    4. 20.3 inches January 12-14, 1979 Blizzard of 79

    5. 19.3 inches January 31-February 2, 2015 The Super Bowl Blizzard

    6. 19.2 inches March 25-26, 1930

    7. 16.2 inches March 7-8, 1931

    8. 14.9 inches January 30, 1939

    – . 14.9 inches January 6-7, 1918

    10. 14.8 inches December 17-19, 1929

    • NielsZoo says:

      I don’t remember the exact dates ’cause I was young but around 1964 or ’65 we lived in Arlington Heights, about 6 blocks from the track, and we had a horrible ice storm go through. So bad power was out for several days and we were cooking over alcohol burners my dad made and my folks also taught me how to ice skate… on the street in front of our house. Chicago winters are NASTY. They could really use some Global Warming.

  3. emsnews says:

    The story is insane! It claims that winters are warmer and summers hotter as Real Climate has clearly shown in the past, summers are cooler and now winters are getting colder, too.

  4. emsnews says:

    By the way, we are being buried in snow today in Berlin, New York. I just finished heavy snow plowing my road and this isn’t the end of the blizzard, it is the middle, will snow all day and tonight, too.

    Then after one day, will snow all week long!

  5. gator69 says:

    Yeah, the daily public executions are no problem, but milder winters are.

  6. ren says:

    Forecast on February 3.

  7. Elmer says:

    Steven/Tony I need your help!

    They are REALLY pushing the same sort of propaganda in Minnesota.

    I am going to write a rebuttal and it looks like they are fudging the data. How do you recommend I go about finding the raw data for Minnesota? Your help in this matter would be quite appreciated.

  8. Anto says:

    During the meanwhile, time to short Apple?

    “Apple will invest $2 billion to build up a data center in Mesa, Arizona, the company announced Monday….Apple has pledged to completely power the facility with renewable energy, building out solar projects in the process. ”

    • Gail Combs says:

      You need to read between the lines on those sort of JUNK ADS. They will build a solar power facility that will be metered into the grid and then they will take out THE NAME PLATE amount from the grid for actual use to power the data center.

      There is no way in Hades a data center could run using the excessively dirty electric from renewables. It is all smoke and mirrors for the clueless low information consumers.

  9. Superstition threatens Chicago tourism. And 1/2 of world. Excluding religious superstitions.

  10. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:
    Hey it’s only a “TYPO” they really meant Global Cooling … 🙂

  11. iurockhead says:

    I left a comment at the article, which will probably get pulled, if ever posted:

    “Somebody left the irony on.”

  12. sabretoothed says:

    Check this out 400 billion year old coral, you can nuke it but it can’t survive 0.01C change in temperature lol

  13. Andy Oz says:

    I’ve written Chicago off as a failed social experiment. The inhabitants should be forcibly relocated to Barrow Alaska in order to save their lives from catastrophic global warming. New York is also at a tipping point, especially since it’s been permanently flooded following Sandy (or Lucy or whatever name it was). All New Yorkers should move to higher ground in the Appalachians or Newfoundland to escape the heat and the rapid sea level rise. I’m sure the progressives can grow mung beans and chia seeds in Barrow and Newfoundland to survive.

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