Weather Gone Mad

Picture of the Day – vehicles stranded in Jerusalem due to heavy snow:

Global warming? or Global cooling? Pick one, I guess.

Video of the Day, In Israel, worst snowfall in 50 years:





http://embedded-video.guardianapps.co.uk/?a=false&u=/world/video/2013/dec/14/heavy-snowfall-emergency-israel-west-bank-video

Cheers,

Bex

Picture from Daily Mail – Friday, 13 Dec. 2013.

It’s in every one of us to be wise;

Find your heart, open up both your eyes.

We can all know every thing without ever knowing why.

It’s in every one of us, by and bye.

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5 Responses to Weather Gone Mad

  1. mz. em says:

    wow, I’m still glad I live in California.

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  2. WendyNC says:

    I didn’t even know that it *could* snow in that part of the world, which shows my geographical ignorance. Thanks for helping me learn something today.

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  3. TopsyTurvy says:

    You really have to wonder. I was reading the other day – and I really don’t know if it’s true – but I was reading that based on the geological history of the planet that we still have to go UP 4 degrees celsius before we get out of the ‘little ice age’ that started in the 1800s.

    Now contrast that with the scientists who are saying that we’re in for catastrophic problems if we go up only 2 degrees celsius.

    So what is being said then? That going to our planet’s normal average temp is a catastrophe for humankind as we’ve gotten so set in our ways over the last 200 years that we can’t handle the normal temperatures? (Or maybe read that as our population has gotten so much larger and we’re living in areas that aren’t the best choice, like places along the coast that get hurricanes and erosion.)

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  4. Sandy From Iowa says:

    WOW…Not a good day there..nor will it be good days for a while till it melts

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  5. l'empress says:

    I guess the overheating leads to a certain amount of extra cooling. I just don’t know which one is winning. After all these years, I am simply tired of the extremes.

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