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Our changing climate
Post by Daryl   » Wed Jun 30, 2021 5:53 am

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I wonder how many Canadians would argue that our changing climate is a problem at present?
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Re: Our changing climate
Post by n7axw   » Wed Jun 30, 2021 2:47 pm

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Daryl wrote:I wonder how many Canadians would argue that our changing climate is a problem at present?


Canadians? Am I missing something here?

If you meant "Christians", I imagine that the crowd that is into that kind of thing would come off with the same reality denial nonsense they usually do...

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Re: Our changing climate
Post by Michael Everett   » Wed Jun 30, 2021 4:24 pm

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n7axw wrote:Canadians? Am I missing something here?

Yep, apparently over 200 Canadians have died in the last few days due to excessive heat (40c+ ?)
The "hottest day ever in Canada" record has been broken twice in a row!
The BBC has a story just here.
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Re: Our changing climate
Post by Arol   » Wed Jun 30, 2021 6:52 pm

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Michael Everett wrote:
n7axw wrote:Canadians? Am I missing something here?

Yep, apparently over 200 Canadians have died in the last few days due to excessive heat (40c+ ?)
The "hottest day ever in Canada" record has been broken twice in a row!
The BBC has a story just here.

I used to live in Vancouver BC before returning to Denmark, so I can say that temps in late June were usually around; on a hot day, mid to high 20s.
Talked to my sister earlier today; she still lives there about an hour/hour and half up the coasts from Vancouver. Like Vancouver it’s on the coast, so a bit cooler than in the interior, but even there it got up the mid 30’s. But in the interior; a couple of hours drive northeast of her, in the town of Lytton, the temperature maxed out around 49 degrees!!! :shock:
But it’s not just Western Canada that being hit, the heat bubble is said to stretch from Alaska/Yukon down to southern California.
It sounds like a long hot summer, and with Covid, still raging!
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