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Some things I didn't know about the atmosphere and climate


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On 9/25/2023 at 1:53 PM, Binderoid said:

For the record, Creationists believe the earth is 6000 years old not 5000…. Which is suspiciously the same age as the Bible. 

That seems a bit far fetched... just like the Flat-earthers. 

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For anyone still under the Marxist spell of the "obviously anthropogenetic melting Greenland icecap" horse manure please consult the actual evidence of two DEWLine radar stations, built in 1959-60 astride the 70th Parallel and abandoned nearly three decades later. The average per annum snow accumulation in excess of three feet in those locales begat an expansion pole engineering marvel to enable a somewhat repeatable elevation of two massive and entirely enclosed facilities to maintain operational readiness.

The point of all this is that both of these gigantic structures have now been entombed in the supposedly retreating Greenland icecap.

More information on DYE 2 & DYE 3 can be found at www.lswilson.ca for anyone interested in the history of the coldest part of the Cold War.

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3 hours ago, Drysleeves said:

For anyone still under the Marxist spell of the "obviously anthropogenetic melting Greenland icecap" horse manure please consult the actual evidence of two DEWLine radar stations, built in 1959-60 astride the 70th Parallel and abandoned nearly three decades later. The average per annum snow accumulation in excess of three feet in those locales begat an expansion pole engineering marvel to enable a somewhat repeatable elevation of two massive and entirely enclosed facilities to maintain operational readiness.

The point of all this is that both of these gigantic structures have now been entombed in the supposedly retreating Greenland icecap.

More information on DYE 2 & DYE 3 can be found at www.lswilson.ca for anyone interested in the history of the coldest part of the Cold War.

My dad was stationed in Greenland during the Korean War.  He was part of the 318th Interceptor Squadron.

And here's an interesting story re. how long it takes the snow to cover things up in that part of the world.  (hint - not very long).

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/glacier-girl-the-back-story-19218360/

 

 

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 ......another great memory from  the lower part of Kentucky...forgotten  the name of the little town  and adjacent air field where the ''Glacier Girl ''   was housed....

One could walk around it...look down on it from a purpose built walkway .....and there was a little 'theatre ' in which was the fascinating 'doco'     detailing the rescue from   the vague premise of the aircrafts  'tail'' sticking out above the snow...right thru to the aircrafts current ...(then )  domicile...

For anyone interested in Aircraft.......a great experience...

...and all this from a chance remark to a friendly gas station bloke.....as to what was around the area  there  to interest  a middle age bloke  wandering around the  hallowed    Southern States....:)

Mike

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Global Warming?

The ability of politicians and other people in power to utilize the government to their advantage, refusing science and establishing programs for their own personal financial gain, all in the name of protecting the environment and stealing the hard earned taxes from the people.

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20 hours ago, Steve C. said:

My dad was stationed in Greenland during the Korean War.  He was part of the 318th Interceptor Squadron.

And here's an interesting story re. how long it takes the snow to cover things up in that part of the world.  (hint - not very long).

https://www.smithsonianmag.com/air-space-magazine/glacier-girl-the-back-story-19218360/

 

 

This is a fascinating story, and an in your face rebuttal to those who promote the bald faced lie of the supposedly retreating Greenland ice. The video evidence of ice tumbling into the sea is real but the physics behind that reality (along with polar bears floating on shrinking ice) is pure Marxist propaganda.

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I Heard, or read recently that there are hundreds or thousands of weather stations in the upper regions of Canada. Many have been shut down. The ones shut down? The ones that are reading the coolest temps. Only ones in areas that are reading the highest temps are still being recorded. 

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