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  1. E. P.
    June 14, 2012

    Hey, didn’t you hear?
    Its “Climate Disruption” … errr … “Climate Change” now!

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    • Thomas Schueneman
      June 15, 2012

      Wow – didja think this clever comment up all by yourself?

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  2. BM
    June 15, 2012

    Sounds like more chicken little nonsense like the claim that snow depth would decreas in the west, and that British children would never see snow again. Just because one power plant shut down for a lack of rain, does not a proper study make.

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  3. alexb
    June 15, 2012

    The author of this tripe needs more medication.

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  4. Mike M.
    June 15, 2012

    Hey kids, how about we take a LOOK at Tennessee’s temperature history to see how much warming has been going on?

    http://climvis.ncdc.noaa.gov/tmp/graph-Jun1509:02:041958312988.gif

    Hmmm… looks like this hypothesis has a serious hole in it considering Tennessee’s temperature trend over the last 100+ years is NEGATIVE.

    Considering that most of the coal fired power plants were built in the 50’s and 60′ – the trend since that time is obviously even MORE negative.

    But of course we should remain frightened because a power plant designed to run in all seasons with temperatures ranging from -20 to 100 F cannot possibly be expected to operate when global temperatures go up 2F over the next 100 years…

    Epic FAIL!

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  5. Matthew Speer
    June 15, 2012

    It seems as though many readers have focused on a singular example that I provided in the article. In fact, the study covers a much more broad area and does provide additional examples of this occurring. I recommend you read the full research study and perhaps review some additional evidential information found on NASA’s site (http://climate.nasa.gov/evidence/). You don’t have to agree, contrary arguments are always welcome, though keeping them educated and informed is always a better approach.

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