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  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blizzard_of_Oz View Post
    Not just Cali .. the whole West has had a dismal snow year (except for our little bit of Colorado, which is about "average").
    http://cires1.colorado.edu/~aslater/SNOW/march2015.html
    or
    http://cires1.colorado.edu/~aslater/...ercentage.html

    In some regions (e.g. Stevens Pass, Washington), winter precip has not been all that low; the difference is that rain rather than snow has fallen... though this still means there's a shift in the hydrograph.
    What a difference two years makes! Thankfully, for Cali, last year wasn't bad, and this year is off the charts good, in fact too good for some like Oroville residents.

    The same link now shows the snowpack in the southern Sierras at 198% of normal! http://cdec.water.ca.gov/cdecapp/snowapp/sweq.action

  2. #27
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    Nice. Too bad the fucksticks in CA will remove water restrictions and continue wasting water washing cars, overwatering lawns and otherwise blow through the surplus.

    So wish we could shut off the CO River until they learn.

  3. #28
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    Restrictions still in place. My car has not been washed in years. And I have no lawn. Just some landscaping that seems to have gone off during the drought. Still a fuckstick, but what is your point? You make assumptions and get angry?

  4. #29
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    Believing in science my entire life, I have no doubt that climate changes are caused by atmospheric conditions cause by industry over the past 50 to 100 years. Yes we have many natural causes such as volcanoes and eruptions of methane gases from natural and animal causes contribute but we must control what we can to slow this process down or we all will pay a huge cost just to survive.


    We must control populations or natural climate changes will dictate the final outcome which will be lack of food and increases in diseases and a great reduction for all (including people who do not politically want or recognize change).

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