Chilly West, scorching East: There's ...

Chilly West, scorching East: There's a link

There are 50 comments on the Santa Cruz Sentinel story from Aug 13, 2010, titled Chilly West, scorching East: There's a link. In it, Santa Cruz Sentinel reports that:

While the East Coast swelters under scorching temperatures, Santa Cruz and San Francisco Bay Area residents are reaching for sweaters during one of the coldest summers in memory.

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Ex Dem

Santa Cruz, CA

#1 Aug 13, 2010
Chilly West, scorching East: There's a link
The link is Al Gore and his liberal puppets
good article

Pleasant Hill, CA

#2 Aug 13, 2010
A good article for a change, quite well written. I'll take the bay weather over the sweltering east.
Whoa there

Sonoma, CA

#3 Aug 13, 2010
guess we should get used to green tomatoes
Another Mother

Santa Cruz, CA

#4 Aug 13, 2010
Agreed on both counts. Informative, well crafted article AND I'd take a foggy morning over a scorching one any day!
dON

Santa Cruz, CA

#6 Aug 13, 2010
Whoa there wrote:
guess we should get used to green tomatoes
Olive oil, BBQ...ask Gore it's good to be green.

Made him RICH!
live oak resident

Walnut Creek, CA

#8 Aug 13, 2010
Santa Cruz, so well geographically situated with incomparable air quality and micro-climates that accommodate no forced heating or air conditioning.
Seacliff Local

Brookdale, CA

#9 Aug 13, 2010
Christ Puncher wrote:
All I can say is this fog is fncking depressing.
But we are so blessed to live here...all depends on your attitude, my friend.
old timer

Monterey, CA

#10 Aug 13, 2010
Sooooooooooooblessed.
Depressed

San Francisco, CA

#12 Aug 13, 2010
I agree with all the positive comments about Santa Cruz weather but, no matter how positive I try to be, the gray weather is STILL depressing. I'm so sick of gray I could scream! Anyone have any good recipes for green tomatoes?
Huh

United States

#14 Aug 13, 2010
I heard old Al Gore back in January once again predicted that during this summer, temperatures were gradually going to rise to their highest levels all year long!

He's laughing all the way to the bank as his Generations Management Corporation based in the UK and whose board of directors contains some very prominant evil ex investment CEO's will be sucking up your tax dollars and increased costs associated with the Democrats proposed Cap and Tax scheme to pay for their socialist agenda with tax and price increases for energy production as they attempt to destroy our economy and make us ever more dependent on foreign oil as they shut down coal, gas and oil recovery and production restrictying and selling air (carbon dioxide) facilitated by the likes of big Al's Generations Investment Corporation carbon credit trading schemes!

Ha!!!
Citizen

Los Altos, CA

#15 Aug 13, 2010
"What we're looking at is climate variability, and in some cases it's pretty extreme," he said. "But I would not characterize it as climate change. It's never a good idea to look at one or even a few events and say something about change or trends."

Wow, is the anthropogenic global warming fraud finally done away with? So refreshing to read an article that does not try to put spin on the predictable variation of weather. Thank you Sentinel for this spin free article. Now if youíll excuse me, I must check on those green tomatoes.
TAW

Santa Cruz, CA

#16 Aug 13, 2010
... and expect major rain storms here this winter, with very cold temps.
Soquel

Santa Cruz, CA

#17 Aug 13, 2010
I like warm/hot better than cold.

Rain & cold normally don't go together - rain usually normally brings warmer weather.

As an oldtime Santa Cruz friend of mine, now in Oregon, recently wrote:

> I saw a program on OPB (Oregon Public Broadcasting). They add something to the fuel to make the contrails that only spread out and never go away. It's in the upper ionisphere, and it is our military experimenting with weather control. I don't know how they can continue to deny that any of the weather extremes are being caused by THEM. S.

* I agree, I don't know how "they" can continue to deny that our weather extremes aren't being caused by Them.
Evil Al and minnions

Sonoma, CA

#18 Aug 13, 2010
Richard Saunders

Belmont, CA

#19 Aug 13, 2010
I prefer hotter weather personally, but this last year's weather has been good.

I was tired of all the liberals moaning about the drought and global warming every 5 seconds.

This weather doesn't give them the wherewithal to control our lives like they always do with all their petty regulations and hysterical propaganda.

Anyway, if we have an Indian Summer, I am cool with that.
local gal

Capitola, CA

#20 Aug 13, 2010
The Earthís magnetic field is changing itís configuration.
There is a breach in the magnetosphere which surrounds the Earth, protecting it from solar winds.
This is a naturally occurring cycle but the magnitude of this opening is huge, and is allowing and will continue to allow large volumes of plasma from the sun to enter our atmosphere. This will increase magnetic storms, disruptions of telecommunications and the bio-electric circuitry such as the human nervous systems.
The increased charging of the magnetosphere will increase over the next few years.
Look to the skys also for your answers its not just human cause.
Watsonville

Oakland, CA

#22 Aug 13, 2010
This weather sucks!!! worst summer ever!! it's so depressing to see clouds/heavy mist/fog every day in the middle of summer!! I'll take hot weather any day.
hole in the sky

San Francisco, CA

#24 Aug 13, 2010
I won't go into the now officially publicized (but not here of course) "chem trails" and "scalar technology", but I WOULD like to know if I was the only person to observe the "hole" in the sky the other day over Monterey Bay. A big, round hole through the very thick clouds. Encompassing the entire bay. Then late in the day, there was a second hole as well, which was centered inland a few miles away.
Richard Saunders

Belmont, CA

#25 Aug 13, 2010
Lay off the acid.

Or at least have a friend with you when having a bad trip.
hole in the sky wrote:
I won't go into the now officially publicized (but not here of course) "chem trails" and "scalar technology", but I WOULD like to know if I was the only person to observe the "hole" in the sky the other day over Monterey Bay. A big, round hole through the very thick clouds. Encompassing the entire bay. Then late in the day, there was a second hole as well, which was centered inland a few miles away.
Meds got damp

Sonoma, CA

#26 Aug 13, 2010
and your lib repelling odor is no longer effective. You are the champion moaner, blaiming libs for everything. Take your meds, and do not forget your pink parasol.
Richard Saunders wrote:
I prefer hotter weather personally, but this last year's weather has been good.
I was tired of all the liberals moaning about the drought and global warming every 5 seconds.
This weather doesn't give them the wherewithal to control our lives like they always do with all their petty regulations and hysterical propaganda.
Anyway, if we have an Indian Summer, I am cool with that.

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