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Old 15-11-2015, 09:00 AM
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Wild Weather

In the past 2 months, the world has seen some horrendous and totally weird weather...like hailstones the size of golf balls blanketing parts of Saudi Arabia...like 4 typhoons at once in the area of the Pacific Ocean...tornadoes in Australia (where we never get them) and mysterious cloud formations over China, which are quite intriguing.

There's just so much wild weather happening lately, that I cannot remember a time in my 51 years of being here that it was ever like this.

However, when I mention it to others, they go 'meh...the weather has always been bad'.

They even link me to scientific graphs and studies showing the incident of wild/freaky weather has actually been on the decline since the '90's...but what they are showing me and what I see...well, let's just say that a disparity exists.

There are even some who deny the existence of Global Warming and Climate Change.

So, I put the question here...do you think we are seeing more bad weather recently or is this just a particularly bad el nino pattern?

Do you think, for example that, 'deserts turning to ice' is a sign of something worse to come in the near future?

What do you feel about all of this? I'd be interested to hear what people say. Thanks.
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Old 15-11-2015, 09:03 AM
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Yes, I even started a thread awhile ago myself...
Anyone noticing the weather?
Something like that. Hahaha!
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Old 15-11-2015, 09:18 AM
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Waiting for the floods to come in Cumbria, UK!

I'm not old enough to remember the ark, or the bible times of years of famine.
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Old 15-11-2015, 09:28 AM
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Climate Change deniers take note.
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Old 15-11-2015, 09:37 AM
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Ug sorry didn't mean to imply that I was a climate change denier.

But the climate has always been morphing has it not? Since the ice age? Since dinosaurs were eradicated?

What is happening now, in my opinion, is an escalation of the speed of change.
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Old 15-11-2015, 09:57 AM
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I work outside and have done since I was 15, I'm currently 52 and yes I've noticed a change in the weather in the area I live in (SE N.S.W Australia ). September is usually windy here, but last year the wind didn't come till November and this year it hasn't come at all.
I've got tomatoes in the backyard that are up to my thighs and have hardly any flowers at all on them.
The magpies aren't swooping as much as they used to and when they do they seem to lack the ferocity of previous generations.
So yes I'm noticing a change in the weather patterns locally where I live.
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Old 15-11-2015, 10:14 AM
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I work outside and have done since I was 15, I'm currently 52 and yes I've noticed a change in the weather in the area I live in (SE N.S.W Australia ). September is usually windy here, but last year the wind didn't come till November and this year it hasn't come at all.
I've got tomatoes in the backyard that are up to my thighs and have hardly any flowers at all on them.
The magpies aren't swooping as much as they used to and when they do they seem to lack the ferocity of previous generations.
So yes I'm noticing a change in the weather patterns locally where I live.
That's such a coincidence! I live in SE N.S.W too (Wollongong region) and I am experiencing it too.

I mean, it's the middle of November, this is the first day we've had for a week where it hasn't rained, yet I am sitting here, in a dressing gown with the heater on.

How 'bout those floods we got six weeks ago eh? parts of the Illawarra and Shoalhaven were completely submerged and my street was blocked off for days.

Not to mention all my 'good plants' are dying and the weeds are growing faster than I can pull the blighters out.

Thanks for all your comments.
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Old 15-11-2015, 10:17 AM
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Ug sorry didn't mean to imply that I was a climate change denier.

But the climate has always been morphing has it not? Since the ice age? Since dinosaurs were eradicated?

What is happening now, in my opinion, is an escalation of the speed of change.
My comment wasn't aimed at you Belle - just at Climate Change deniers in general (I never thought you were one).
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Old 16-11-2015, 11:58 PM
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Yes, the weather is totally out of sync and certainly seems to be 'wilder' than it used to be.
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Old 17-11-2015, 06:51 AM
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My comment wasn't aimed at you Belle - just at Climate Change deniers in general (I never thought you were one).

Ha, I'm oversensitive! I didn't take your comment at me personally, but thanks for clarifying. I did see my comment as ambiguous - that climate change is not a new phenomena. I stand by that thought, but I do feel it needs the clarification of rate of change.

But thank you!
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