Midwest to feel the heat of global warming

Jan 19, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Summit County Voice

The Midwest could be among the regions hit hardest by climate change, according to a trio of University of Michigan researchers who authored sections of the recent national climate assessment .

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SpaceBlues

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Warning: Climate change stresses to cut agricultural output from the nationís breadbasket

Watch out Canada, our many species are emigrating out to you.
PHD

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More Science fiction.Follow the money

Since: Jan 13

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Jan 21, 2013
 
[QUOTEwho="PHD"]More Science fiction.Follow the money[/QUOTE]

Remember, you also said "all science is science fiction" LOL
PHD

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Wallop10commandertroll wrote:
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Remember, you also said "all science is science fiction" LOL
Wrond again commander troll. I said useless babble cut and paste scientific science fiction never said all.
SpaceBlues

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What's "Wrond," Penny?
PHD

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The spaced out, spacedoutblues is dazed and confused again. Are you smoking that funny stuff or is it that "dung" thing your into?
Troll Eraser

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Do not feed the trolls.
Fun Facts

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Hopefully we'll look more like the mid century temps during the next phase and not like the LIA.

In the meantime, the transition phase in the midwest looks just like the last transition phase, 1950 to 1956. Temps should begin to decrease, drought will persist.
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Fun Facts wrote:
Hopefully we'll look more like the mid century temps during the next phase and not like the LIA.
In the meantime, the transition phase in the midwest looks just like the last transition phase, 1950 to 1956. Temps should begin to decrease, drought will persist.
Well looks like someone else is about my age and remembers what the weather was really really like in the fifties. No scientific science fiction then.

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