The Northwest has been repeatedly hit by rainstorms this fall, causing major flooding and damage. The deluges are from atmospheric rivers, or huge plumes of moisture extending from over the Pacific. Climate change is intensifying such storms. (Nov. 30)
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2021-18-Tu 07:18:28 pm

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Same bull shit, different day.

#ClimateHoaxNeverEnding

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Rain falls from clouds. Who knew?

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Last year it was causing draughts in the North west. This year it's causing flooding. A theory is supposed to have consistent data supporting it. This was easily predictable when looking at South Pacific weather patterns and how they affect rainfall on the west coast of the Americas. It was cold for the last few years in the South Pacific, so less rainfall along the coast. Now it was warm so there is more rainfall.

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Climate change.... Hogwash

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Yahoo, pinching another climate loaf....

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It's called El Ninio hahahahaha. Well established 8 year weather pattern. It floods every 8 years.

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Winter in the PNW , it rains! On the el nino years it rains a lot ! This is not unusual.

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that's geo-engineering, yah dipshit.

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