May likely to be a few drops short of Twin Cities record

  • Article by: BILL McAULIFFE , Star Tribune
  • Updated: May 28, 2012 - 9:00 PM

With just a few days to go and not much rain in sight, this month will be about an inch short of 1906.

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mellisMay. 28, 1210:19 PM

With all the global Warming the scientist consensus talks about, and writes their publicly-funded editorials about, I would have thought we'd have much more of an impact to deal with here. Heck, it seems somebody's lying to us. I'm glad for the rain.

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danjMay. 29, 12 5:46 AM

I think the term Global Weirding is more appropriate than simply Global Warming.. And yes, the trend of droughts and flooding fit with this description. I don't think that the vast majority of scientists are all being paid off in order to report false findings that indicate climate change is real.

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solarnowMay. 29, 12 6:59 AM

mellis -- thank you for sharing your vast knowledge of climate science with the rest of us!

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medas2005May. 29, 12 7:10 AM

mellis: Could you tell me how 98% of scientists are corrupted by public money (only climate scientists, not all of the others) but those that are funded by oil money are not? There is some secret here that I can't understand, but apparently you do.

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