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By skiwiz, April 1, 2012 at 8:54 pm Link to this comment
I guess global warming is really contributing to the loss of winter so to say. In parts of the world, winter is becoming shorter because warmer days come sooner than expected. I fear that in the future, winter sports like skiing and snowboarding will become a thing of the past.
By kurisu7885, January 7, 2012 at 6:42 am Link to this comment
Purchased an electric snowblower this year that has seen zero use.
By Margaret Currey, January 6, 2012 at 3:27 pm Link to this comment
In Maine the climate is so warm for winter that there has not been enough ice for the sport of ice fishing and that might also apply to other unually winter places.
By prisnersdilema, January 5, 2012 at 4:31 pm Link to this comment
Winter has disappeared because of climate change.. We have less than 5 years to
respond, before there is run-away temperature increase world wide.
Another ominous sign is outgassing of methane from the Arctic ocean…
I suppose it doesn’t matter much anyway after the billions of becquerrels of
radiation are being dumped into the Pacific Ocean from Fukishima…
Alaskan seals and birds are now dying of radiation poisoning, and the debris field
has reached Northern California….
I wonder how suffers will feel when they can no longer surf the Pacific Coast…
G.E. is responsible for the reactor design at Fukishima….as well as many other
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