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Global Warming Update

According to NOAA:

Sept. 16, 2004 The contiguous United States experienced its 16th coolest summer (June-August) on record and seventh coolest August, according to scientists at NOAA Climatic Data Center in Asheville, N.C. While much of the West, including Alaska, remained warmer than average, the majority of the nation had a cool summer, with Minnesota having its coldest August on record.


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Average Dave:

This is why people make fun of conservatives. The average global temperature has risen about a degree the last few years. It doesn't sound like much, but on a global scale, it's pretty damn big. The average temperatures of the oceans has risen and the polar ice caps are melting ...

Oh, but the USA was cooler? USA! USA! USA!


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