John,In other news, guess what I spent an hour doing today?Was this the kind of rhetorical question that I should be able to figure out from the preceding paragraph? Because if it is, I don't get it. Unless it was shovelling snow.
Got it in one.
This may be why some people are adapting the term "climate chaos".Amory Lovins uses "Global Weirding"
"Global weirding". I like that. Also, I deleted the duplicate comment. Unless, of course, you meant to post it twice for emphasis. In which case I've just oppressed you.
I have a sneaking suspicion that Canadians are secretly in favor of "Global Warming" because they think it's a ticket to milder winters, even though it's meant getting cold rain for half the season, and then -20 every day for the second half.Maybe I'll start using Global Weirding instead.In related news, there's a climate change thing going on here in March, and both David Suzuki and Al Gore will be there. So I give an unseemly squeal of delight and buy a ticket.
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