Richard Moseley 
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Re: “A World Without Winter

While I admit to not being up to speed about Idaho's situation in particular, the apparent lack of attention paid by this piece to any events occurring beyond the state underscores the absurd conclusions drawn. Whether it's the wildfires fuelled by dominant continental air masses which over time are drying out local vegetation, recent snowfalls breaking century-old records across the American West or jet stream volatilty plunging Arctic air southwards on a far more regular basis, rains are unfortunately the last thing today's Idahoans will have to worry about for the rest of their lives. Most of the equatorial belt of our planet is lush and green because of the regular rains such heat encourages. Idaho, along with most of the world's 'temperate' regions, is currently experiencing a drying process brought about by polar air-masses extending further southwards that keep rains a distant dream, something no amount of AGW theorising will ever explain as the climate's behaviour continues to defy explanation by such means, a la Global Warming, Climate Change, Global Weirding, ..

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Posted by Richard Moseley on 11/06/2013 at 10:17 PM

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