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Anonymous asked in EnvironmentGlobal Warming · 3 weeks ago

Why has the United States been getting colder since 1920?

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  • 3 weeks ago
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    Keep in mind that solar cycles are natural occurring events and after this cooling cycle is over a Solar Grand Maximum event is predicted. Also, as a reminder, the Earth is still in an inter-glacial period of the Holocene Ice Age.

    The lessons from the controversy and junk science propaganda of today will serve as fodder for the next generation to mock. It will be similar to how this age mocks the flat Earth controversy of the past.

    • Cowboy
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      3 weeks agoReport

      Republicans are total idiots.....

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Tmax would probably be the maximum daily temperature for each year.  If so, the decline would be due to the increase in contrails which reduce the range between Tmax and Tmin, as evidenced by 911 and the cancellation of all flights, when the range increased by up to 2 degrees for the duration of the ban.  Nothing to do with overall warming or cooling.

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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    Fake news .   So one graph that has no back up proves absolutely nothing .

       I really don’t get worried about climate change . But I can say in my 65 years it has not been getting colder but warmer.      

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  • Pearl
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    3 weeks ago

    not where i live, im in colorado and it seems to be getting warmer here

    • antarcticice
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      3 weeks agoReport

      That’s because the unsourced graphic is fake, NOAA info tells a quite different story.
      https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/monitoring-content/sotc/national/2019/ann/decadal-temperature-2019.png
      This was about solar wind giving himself a best answer not facts.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    It hasn't. The winters have gotten somewhat colder, but the summers, and the year-round average temperatures, have gotten much hotter.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    The climate changes according to the axial tilt of the Earth, and on a cycle that is tens of thousands of years along.  It has nothing to do with human activity. 

    Note the world is scheduled to soon enter a cooling phase ("soon" in geological terms). 

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    • ron h
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      3 weeks agoReport

      so the tilt has changed i the last 100 years AND NO ONE NOTICED!!!   HOLY SH!T!!!   Call Donald Trump!! or Mike Pence   They'll be schocked.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    There is no benchmark for comparison.  What we do know is that weather is cyclical.  LOL

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  • 3 weeks ago

    The south Atlantic salt river 3600m down flowing north.  

    Source(s): NOT Politicized Science.
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  • Anonymous
    3 weeks ago

    'Climate change' is an oxymoron. The climate always changes yet frauds like Gore want us to believe we can stop it changing with taxes, bird killing wind-mills and solar panels whose only net effect is heavy metal waste land-fill. Meanwhile Gore likes living on the beach and flying around in his private jet.

    Humans have no measurable effect on Earth's climate, which is dominated by solar processes and in particular the highly variable solar magnetic field which has a myriad of secondary effects on Earth, including effecting the stability of Earth's magnetic field and changing the incoming flux of cosmic rays, which, in turn, increases cloud cover through ionization seeding. Solar variability, combined with Milankovitch cycles, determine whether we are in glacial phase or interstadial phase of the current ice-age. CO2 concentration has nothing whatsoever to do with Earth's climate; and we have 600 million years of data to prove that.

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  • 3 weeks ago

    It hasn't.  The US is part of planet Earth, isn't it?  That graph you show is meaningless, well other than the fact that it is misleading.

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