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Great Lakes Approaching 100% Ice Cover – For The First Time On Record

Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by guitfiddle0409, Mar 2, 2014.

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  1. guitfiddle0409

    guitfiddle0409 Supporting Member

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  2. GrumpiusMaximus

    GrumpiusMaximus I've Seen Things You People Wouldn't Believe Supporting Member

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  3. Stewie26

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    So much for global warming. .:bag:.
  4. duff beer

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    Do people still believe that lie? :bag:
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    Damn it, that's was I was going to say. O well you beat me too it.
  7. mbelue

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    I believe they are calling it Climate Change now...
    Scientific CYA.
  8. GrumpiusMaximus

    GrumpiusMaximus I've Seen Things You People Wouldn't Believe Supporting Member

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    And getting out of this thread in 3...2...1... you guys are welcome to it.
  9. Toolmybass

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    Taken recently from space
    I was recently out on Lake Ontario and there was over 2 feet of ice where there is normally only 6 inches at this time of year
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    I live 3 miles from Lake Michigan, it is too cold to go to check if this is true :)
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    Looks like there might be a couple more square feet of water to freeze up yet...like the whole of Lake Michigan and Lake Erie.
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    Erie is at about 100% now...The one on the right is Lake Ontario. If i were to bet neither Ontario or Michigan will get more ice coverage than its at right now.
    IIRC both are over 800 feet deep at their deepest!
  13. Stewie26

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    Nothing new about that. Climate Change has been going on constantly since the birth of the earth. Only ten thousand years ago we were in an ice age. That's only a blink in the eye when you consider the Earth is over 4B years old.
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    Exactly. Now that it's been show that the Earth is not warming, environmentalists are now calling it "global climate change." That way, any sort of weather phenomenon that occurs outside the "norm" can be called global climate change, and I'll be damned if mankind isn't causing it!
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    Well, here we go... brace yourselves.. there's guaranteed to be a whole bucketload of dumb coming up in this thread. We've had a few little dribbles already, but that's just the start. I hope you guys are all prepared for it. 3-2-1...
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