Remember all the hand wringing on Lake Superior water levels being low due to Global Warming. I love the following quote:
"The Great Lakes in a lot of ways have always been a canary in the coal mine," Cameron Davis, the senior adviser to the U.S. EPA on the Great Lakes, said last week. "Not just for the region or this country, but for the rest of the world."Well, they are now back to their historical average, and I don't think we need to worry much about HIGH temps in the lake this summer!
Please do your OWN climate thinking!
- If the great lakes are a "climate canary" in ONE direction, can "settled scientists" figure out that it must work in the OTHER direction as well?
- If this was record EARLY ice out, do you think you would have heard about it?
- When they try to re-brand to "Climate Change" ... "Oh, we MEANT that it would just oscillate quicker", go back and read some of their "settled pronouncements" ... that is NOT what they said, the linked "canary article" is a good example.
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