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Desc:Gee, I was wondering we hadn't had any frost yet...
Category:Science & Technology, Cartoons & Animation
Tags:NASA, carbon dioxide, greenhouse
Submitted:Pillager
Date:12/18/16
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Comment count is 12
dairyqueenlatifah - 2016-12-18
I'm jealous of whoever hasn't had any frost yet. We've been in the single digits with ice on everything here.
Pillager - 2016-12-18
My yard is still green & I'm still waiting for the rest of the maple leaves to fall.

SolRo - 2016-12-18
Come visit sunny southern California. Enjoy the lack of frost with record high temperatures (115 degrees+!) and historic drought!

SolRo - 2016-12-19
Never mind there was frost this morning.

ABANDON ALL HOPE

Scrotum H. Vainglorious - 2016-12-18
RIP NASA research on global warming.
bawbag - 2016-12-18
This. Holy shit and I thought the Harper Years in Canada were bad, I think you guys in the US are about to have a 'Library of Alexandria' scale loss.

Cena_mark - 2016-12-18
Unlike the Canadian Prime Minister the President of the USA actually has a lot of power. I'd much rather have Trump be the Canadian Prime Minister for 400 years than have him be President of the USA for four.

Cena_mark - 2016-12-18
Wait, you didn't censor me did you? Speak to me bawbag!

Old_Zircon - 2016-12-19
So did you all hear about Anthony Scaramucci (part of Trump's transition team) requesting the names of all DoE employees who have worked on climate change issues in the past? He was denied but apparently a lot of people at the DoE are now scrambling to back up as much climate change research and data as possible on outside, non-government servers in anticipation of a coming purge.

15th - 2016-12-18
This won't change any climate deniers' minds. Flat Earthers will feel vindicated though.
Old_Zircon - 2016-12-19
Falseley. Flat Earth stuff is a modern phenomenon, started around the time of the industrial revolution if I remember right.

glasseye - 2016-12-19
Hey, I worked on the supercomputer that made that. Cool.

Unfortunately I expect it and the scientists who use it to be purged by Trumperdink once he takes office.
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