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Published: Friday, Feb. 8 2013 12:00 a.m. MST

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spring street

where in the article does it say anything about north easterners thinking the world is shutting down? I think maybe your problem is not north easterners but your own internal biases. I lived in the north east and I can tell you as a general rule they a fare less self obsessed then most utahns.

Bountiful, UT


Then why didn't you say that in the first place, rather than bantering back and forth with Mountainman about why it was so hot this summer in the U.S. and Australia, and why it is snowing in New England?

Now let me personally ask you three more questions, and then make an observation.

How sensitive is the earth's atmosphere to these increased CO2 forcings?

Are there are not many other atmospheric forcings that can cause changes in average global temperatures?

Is it not difficult to isolate and measure the overall sensitivity of each forcing along with their respective interrelationships?

It is my understanding the answers to these questions are still under investigation by the REAL climate scientists. The net effect of all these interrelated atmospheric forcings is what ultimately determines the average yearly change in global temperatures and the overall impact that AGW has to those average temperature changes.

Right now, we do not know how fast will it be, or long term, in which direction.

Taylorsville, 00

As mentioned below, there are people that will suffer terribly, often through no fault of their own, from this storm. Some have no home to go to. Some kids have no home to go to and get ignored as well.

Salt Lake City, UT

re: freedom in 2017

It was the big story on Headline News Thurs morning and all I could think was so what.

What is the worse that could happen Tom Brady can't make it to a Press Conference or Wall St shuts down? How exactly is that bad?

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