Skip to comments.Report: Extreme South Jersey weather could be caused by global warming
Posted on 08/02/2012 5:35:48 PM PDT by SMGFan
Climate change has come to New Jersey, according to Environment New Jersey, a statewide environmental advocacy group.
The organization released a report Thursday that attributes this years extreme weather to global warming.
Certainly, we have a problem on our hands, said Matt Elliott, a representative from Environment New Jersey. We need to do everything we can to cut carbon pollution today.
(Excerpt) Read more at nj.com ...
I suggest surgical castration and hysterectomies for all the earth worshipers.
Otherwise I’ll be forced to assume that they really don’t care about the earth and open a power plant that burns tires.
Now you know ...
Or because it’s summer.
My fault. I’ve been driving my SUV around South Jersey quite a bit lately. :^)
Global warming is just the latest excuse to whine and be lazy.
Its damn dry in southern Michigan but its not the first time. The last good drought like this was 20 or 25 years ago. I doubt we’ve gotten more than an inch and a half of rain since early June. That was the last time I mowed my lawn.
I visit New Jersey on a regular basis. I’ve noticed that, back in March, it started getting warmer, and has been getting steadily warmer each month thereafter. If my hunch is right, it will stay warm until late September, followed by a cooling trend for the next several months after that.
I am reminded of a girl I knew who was from New Jersey.
Pulling her chain a little bit after listening to her brag for a while about some New Jersey thing, I said, “Oh, I’ve heard you New York girls like to party.”
“I AIN’T FROM NEW YORK! I’S FROM JERSEY! THEM NEW YORK GIRLS IS ALL HOES!”
This gave me much glee.
Is extreme South Jersey near Philly or Delaware?
Good example of a stuck pattern, but that will change within weeks. The La Nina is the main cause. Of course when back when there were lots of El Ninos (late 90’s) the global warming catastrophe peer reviewed papers said there would be lots of El Nino and you and I (on the east coast) would have storm after storm. Now the pattern changed to favor La Nina and North American drought, so the catastrophe papers will only pass peer review if they predict more drought.
This is very similar to the way the drought was 20+ years ago. Rain all around but not right here. Its been bone dry here and Tiger games in Detroit have been rained out.
(from "The Purple Rose Of Cairo")
“according to Environment New Jersey, a statewide environmental advocacy group”
all one needs to know
The IPCC global "hockey stick" warming hoax was based on proven fraudulent tree-ring data.
Plus, extreme weather is normal.
>> Matt Elliott, a representative from Environment New Jersey. We need to do everything we can to cut carbon pollution today.
Begin by shutting your hysterical, pathetic trap. The bogus carbon crusade is over, jackwagon.
It’s interesting how the global warming “science” works.
If it’s very cold outside that’s not climate change, it’s just the weather, but if it’s very warm, that’s global warming climate change.
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