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Posted 12/20/15 , edited 12/20/15

Werina wrote:


SweetPerplexity wrote:


Werina wrote:


SweetPerplexity wrote:


ILuvCats11 wrote:

So egypt gets snow and we dont?


You're 13.

Calm down.


ok this made me lol



At least he's better than you: a 13 year old, pretending to be 20.
I know you're 13 because that joke was insubordinate and churlish, only a 13 year old would 'lol' at it... or maybe a weak 20 year old, who caves in easily to peer pressure.


Don't worry, ILuvCats11 . You don't have to be tempted into faking your age for these bullies ever again.

Let's go home.
*walks off into sunset*


i rather be 13 than 20 ..

what if i laughed at it because of how stupid it was ?.. gezz



That poor little ILuvCats11 didn't know you were laughing because of my stupidity. He felt seriously antagonised and bullied. Sort yourself out. I hope one day you can at least mature to the intelligence of a 14 year old. P.S. I love you (as a friend) and if you need help message me.

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Posted 12/20/15 , edited 12/20/15

SweetPerplexity wrote:


ILuvCats11 wrote:

So egypt gets snow and we dont?


You're 13.

Calm down.


I'm not angry

Huh wait whats with this arguement

I really don't feel bullied or antogonized from this...
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Posted 12/20/15

BlueOni wrote:


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Can't find any reports on this on respectable news websites.
Must be a lie.


No, there really was a cold snap in 2013 that resulted in snowfall in Cairo (and several other parts of the Middle East). Of course, global climate change can result in elevated snow and/or rainfall as a result of an increase in surface water evaporation in oceans, seas, lakes, and rivers, so it makes no sense to point to elevated or unexpected snowfall somewhere and say "See? Global climate change isn't happening!"

Now, it does get kind of cold in Cairo (particularly at night), but generally not anywhere near cold enough for snowfall. The average low temperature for December (which is when snowstorm Alexa hit, mid-December) is about 10 degrees Celsius (50 degrees Fahrenheit), but far colder temperatures are on record for both December and other months. It was very clearly cold enough for snow to fall and accumulate in Cairo, and from what I've gathered this storm and the odd temperatures were due to a major influx of moisture and polar air. Egypt is typically very arid overall (particularly Cairo), but there is precipitation and snow in Egypt is not unheard of (it snows in St. Catherine).

http://www.weather.com/news/news/jerusalem-snow-photos-december-2013-20131212
http://www.bbc.com/weather/360630


You're silly... bringing logic and facts into this thread.
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Unusual weather patterns are proof of global warming. It's not going to just be warmer across the globe, at least not at first. It all has to do with the way the ocean circulates water, which is what generates weather patterns. Fresh water melting from the arctic messes with the oceans and throws everything out of whack. http://scied.ucar.edu/longcontent/melting-arctic-sea-ice-and-ocean-circulation

Nobody who follows science really disputes that the globe is warming. Some argue that it is not caused by humans, although they are a small minority at this point as well.
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I love global warming!

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The weather gets destabilized before it gets warmer, you intellectual equivalent of a prion.
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