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Ryan Maue 1h
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She is the voice of the millennials on the growing Socialist left of the Democrat party who are highly supportive of using climate change as a tool to advance policy goals. Mocking her speech pattern does nothing but alienate her massive following who understand her just fine.
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Ryan Maue 1h
Ocasio-Cortez () did not invent her climate change warning "12-years until end of the world". Actually, this was the exact messaging used by climate scientists, activists, leftist politicians and media after UN IPCC report in early October 2018.
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Ryan Maue 10h
Replying to @PlancksLaw
I've been lucky with football teams too. Michigan when Brady was our QB, and then Florida State for grad school.
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Ryan Maue 10h
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Final call to halt "climate catastrophe". "Campaigners and environmentalists, who have welcomed the UN report, say there is simply no time left for debate."
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Ryan Maue 10h
Replying to @PatrickTBrown31
Thanks. I'm well aware.
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Ryan Maue 11h
Replying to @PlancksLaw
Yes, they were my home team when I lived in Monterey -- before they started winning championships.
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Ryan Maue 11h
Klay Thompson is 10/10 from 3-point line against the hapless
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Ryan Maue 11h
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"Terrifying climate change warning: 12 years until we’re doomed" Countless other examples.
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Ryan Maue 11h
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Leading climate scientists have issued dire warnings ... "The World Was Just Issued 12-Year Ultimatum On Climate Change"
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Ryan Maue 11h
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AOC is simply passing on the headlines from last October e.g. "We have 12 years to act on climate change before the world as we know it is lost. How much more urgent can it get?" Millennials respond to this propaganda.
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Ryan Maue 11h
It may have sounded awkward and rambling, but was simply quoting the recent UN report that warned we have 12-years left to avert catastrophe from climate change.
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Tom Elliott 13h
. on millennials and social media: "We’re, like, the world is going to end in 12 years if we don’t address climate change"
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Ryan Maue 20h
Polar plunge: Record low temperatures roll into Midwest, East behind snowstorm via
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Ryan Maue 21h
More severe cold is still waiting in Canada for next week. Signal for a powerful outbreak is strong in the updated ensemble modeling (EPS 12z)
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Ryan Maue 22h
We watch the layer of atmosphere about 1-km up at 850 mb pressure for cold-air. This morning much of New England saw -25°C to -30°C and that is enough to set records for cold daytime highs. Historical cold would be in the -35°C to -40°C range usually bottled up over Canada.
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Ryan Maue 23h
Replying to @marksecaur
If you can still see the brick, then school is not closed.
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Ryan Maue 23h
Many schools in Michigan were delayed or closed. -20°F wind chill is too biting cold for the kids waiting at the bus stop or walking to school. Superintendents also throw a brick out the window during snow storms ...
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Ryan Maue Jan 21
Replying to @wmputman
Yes, almost a carbon copy. This is comparison from 18z yesterday verifying at 12z. Also, ECMWF 18z comparison was significantly better & had some low negative numbers over Michigan and northern Wisconsin / Mich UP
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Ryan Maue Jan 21
GFS does not do well with clear skies and Arctic air around the Great Lakes ... temperatures from the 00z model were off by 10° or 20°F -- much too warm.
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Ryan Maue Jan 21
The high so far today in Boston is 9°F reached at midnight and that looks like it or today -- as daytime temperatures will remain 5°-7°F That will set a record low maximum ... top-20 coldest day in January since records kept in 1872. Single digits across much of New England.
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