Climate Change in California Article

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Re: Climate Change in California Article

Post by Hobbes » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:16 pm

https://forecasts.surfer.com/#place=33. ... one_Sat_-1

Water temps are hitting 100-year highs in some parts of SoCal. In SD, most spots are reporting 77-79°, and yesterday Solana Beach was holding steady at 80°! OC has been running 72-74°. In LA, most all spots are reporting 70-74°. Even the usually cooler Zuma reported 72° yesterday. And water temps in the Santa Monica Bay hit 75° yesterday while San Pedro hit 77° yesterday.

Hurricane swell build from now a trio of tropical storms (an extremely rare triple Fujiwhara event) starting Thursday. (There's actually a 4th hurricane/TS - Hector - 500 SE of Hawaii.)
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Re: Climate Change in California Article

Post by mrphil » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:32 pm

longri wrote: Posting a series of falsehoods and then saying that you want to "further the conversation productively" comes across as disingenuous at the very least.
But you haven't indicated what you believe those falsehoods to be...some, all...which ones? Why? Anthropogenic global warming a hoax? No? LA not overpopulated and suffering environmental issues because of it? Not? No politics involved at all?......... I have no idea where you stand, except that you're not in favor of me and my opinions. Stay germane, stop trying to bait the water in your own unproductive way, and give everyone something to work with here. You obviously have opinions on the subject, albeit, ones that you deleted, go ahead and state them. Ad hominem attacks are the last resort strategy of those that are flailing, and you and I are going nowhere and adding nothing of substance in our little back and forth.

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Re: Climate Change in California Article

Post by maverick » Tue Aug 07, 2018 1:57 pm

Ad hominem attacks are the last resort strategy of those that are flailing, and you and I are going nowhere and adding nothing of substance in our little back and forth.
Let it be, or will lock this thread.
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Re: Climate Change in California Article

Post by longri » Tue Aug 07, 2018 2:33 pm

Just lock it.

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