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Here's how climate change is impacting the ski industry


Here's how climate change is impacting the ski industry21-03-2019 23:53
Tai Hai Chen
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https://www.cnbc.com/video/2019/03/21/heres-how-climate-change-is-impacting-the-ski-industry.html
22-03-2019 01:52
Wake
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The present global warming in California is so bad that the Ski resorts say that they intend to stay open into July. The funny thing is that most of the rain in California is about 100% normal. The snowfall is only 64% above normal and is well below upper levels.

Between rainstorms I got in a bike ride of 46 miles today. It was a relatively flat one for around here with only 2100 feet of climbing. The half way mark has a nice café and a breakfast sandwich and a cup of Lavazza coffee later I was off and running again. Rain coming tomorrow morning and the next sun day will be Sunday. It is really awful to not have anything other than totally normal conditions to use to prove climate changes.
22-03-2019 03:07
HarveyH55
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Most ski resort have been using snow machines for decades. The slopes get tore up pretty good, daily, but they don't get snow every day. The only only thing that is going to impact the ski industry, is the economic meddling of the IPCC, and the Green Team. The cost of running the snow machines, and people commuting to the slopes, will do more damage.
22-03-2019 15:52
Tai Hai Chen
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HarveyH55 wrote:
Most ski resort have been using snow machines for decades. The slopes get tore up pretty good, daily, but they don't get snow every day. The only only thing that is going to impact the ski industry, is the economic meddling of the IPCC, and the Green Team. The cost of running the snow machines, and people commuting to the slopes, will do more damage.


Good point. Perfect North Slopes opened in early December without a single flake of natural snow. It's stupid when articles claim carbon dioxide is dooming the winter recreation industry.
22-03-2019 17:11
GasGuzzler
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Make no mistake...the Missouri River flooding has nothing to do with rainfall. It is due to a lot of snow, months below zero, and a late melt coming all at once. Key word there is SNOWFALL.
22-03-2019 17:17
Tai Hai Chen
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Make no mistake...the Missouri River flooding has nothing to do with rainfall. It is due to a lot of snow, months below zero, and a late melt coming all at once. Key word there is SNOWFALL.


They say snow is caused by climate change which is caused by CO2 so the only solution to stop snow is by rocketing all the CO2 on Earth into space.
22-03-2019 17:38
Into the Night
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Make no mistake...the Missouri River flooding has nothing to do with rainfall. It is due to a lot of snow, months below zero, and a late melt coming all at once. Key word there is SNOWFALL.


Well...the flat country it flows through helps.


The Parrot Killer
22-03-2019 17:44
Into the Night
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Tai Hai Chen wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Make no mistake...the Missouri River flooding has nothing to do with rainfall. It is due to a lot of snow, months below zero, and a late melt coming all at once. Key word there is SNOWFALL.


They say snow is caused by climate change which is caused by CO2 so the only solution to stop snow is by rocketing all the CO2 on Earth into space.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Assuming you could gather it all up, there is some 3,000,000,000,000 tons of the stuff just in the atmosphere.

Lemme know when you can find enough rockets and fuel to carry that much weight!


The Parrot Killer
22-03-2019 17:59
GasGuzzler
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Into the Night wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Make no mistake...the Missouri River flooding has nothing to do with rainfall. It is due to a lot of snow, months below zero, and a late melt coming all at once. Key word there is SNOWFALL.


They say snow is caused by climate change which is caused by CO2 so the only solution to stop snow is by rocketing all the CO2 on Earth into space.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Assuming you could gather it all up, there is some 3,000,000,000,000 tons of the stuff just in the atmosphere.

Lemme know when you can find enough rockets and fuel to carry that much weight!


Maybe Kim Jong Un can hook you up with what you need?
22-03-2019 18:46
Into the Night
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GasGuzzler wrote:
Into the Night wrote:
Tai Hai Chen wrote:
GasGuzzler wrote:
Make no mistake...the Missouri River flooding has nothing to do with rainfall. It is due to a lot of snow, months below zero, and a late melt coming all at once. Key word there is SNOWFALL.


They say snow is caused by climate change which is caused by CO2 so the only solution to stop snow is by rocketing all the CO2 on Earth into space.


HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

Assuming you could gather it all up, there is some 3,000,000,000,000 tons of the stuff just in the atmosphere.

Lemme know when you can find enough rockets and fuel to carry that much weight!


Maybe Kim Jong Un can hook you up with what you need?


Nice try, but his rockets keep falling into the sea! He just can't keep it up.



The Parrot Killer
23-03-2019 18:36
paramount99
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Hey but doesn't CO2 help make our tiny planet greener? Those trees and greens love CO2 don't they - and give us Oxygen in return in the process! Maybe we should send the clouds off into outer space (make a good episode for the Robinson Family apparently still Lost in Space) to stop them dropping rain on us and making everything wet and miserable?! Let's see... what else should we jettison from the planet to make it a safer, more enjoyable experience: Global Warming theorists, maybe?!? But that would only go towards polluting space with inane, worthless objects!!!
Mnnnnn... Let me think!




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