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Russian Winter #4640648
01/20/18 07:48 AM
01/20/18 07:48 AM
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CajunLariat Offline OP
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Look at how cold the Russian winter is.
https://www.accuweather.com/en/videos/it...oy-3we8suyr4-wb

Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640656
01/20/18 08:04 AM
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Wet side WA
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Reminds me of going to school and walking back home in the winter it was five mile up hill both ways.


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Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640673
01/20/18 08:41 AM
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i promise you at the end of 2018 the news will tell us that 2018 was one of the 10 hottest years on record.

Last edited by Barkleymut; 01/20/18 08:41 AM.

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Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640734
01/20/18 10:05 AM
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Texas (south)
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There's nothing colder than Russia than sitting down on a cold toilet


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Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640751
01/20/18 10:18 AM
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And people wonder why they all drink Vodka

Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640784
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Remember, it is not global warming but rather climate change. One area may get much colder temperatures than normal while another area gets much hotter temps than normal or more/less rain etc. Climate is the long term average of daily conditions (weather). It is the extreme differences in our averages that are the concern.

Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640787
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It's been that cold before, I think it was down to -60F during WWII. They considered it a warming trend when it hit -40F. Oil wasn't as good back then, they had to build fires under the engine to get them started.

Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640791
01/20/18 10:51 AM
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Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640847
01/20/18 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted By: CajunLariat
Look at how cold the Russian winter is.
https://www.accuweather.com/en/videos/it...oy-3we8suyr4-wb


Your previous moniker was a brain surgeon from Russia. See profile below. Although he was banned from here. Too bad you think the rules here don't apply to you.

https://bobistheoilguy.com/forums/ubbthreads.php/users/80207/CajunNative


Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4640974
01/20/18 02:05 PM
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I was just in a Finland and it was the same temperature as NJ, much, much further south by latitude. The locals said it was one of the warmest they remembered, due to some differences in how the arctic winds were going.

Were coming out of a minor ice age. I recall reading that wine grapes grew in the U.K. Until the 1300s.

Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4641226
01/20/18 06:59 PM
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Oshawa, Ont. Canada
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I'm sure I seen on the news the other night that is was -65 in some areas? They showed pics of people with icicles on their eyelids and eyebrows.

Hard to believe people would be out in those temps, but then again, we are talking about Russia here, not Canada.


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Re: Russian Winter [Re: CajunLariat] #4641252
01/20/18 07:24 PM
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The Motor City
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If you go on windy.com, you can see the temperatures across the world. When I checked yesterday it was -55F in Siberia. Yeow!

Re: Russian Winter [Re: irv] #4641325
01/20/18 09:08 PM
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Originally Posted By: irv
Hard to believe people would be out in those temps, but then again, we are talking about Russia here, not Canada.

I've gone out shovelling snow at -70F windchill temperature in Canada. It's never yet got much below -50F without the wind.


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