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Please don't use observation of one year worth of weather in an isolated area to support a generalized statement about climate change. Your thesis here is "The warmer our climate gets the harsher our storms are." Whereas your supporting argument is "Colorado had a huge snow year last year." Eliminating unsupported claims from this thread and others like it would make the discussion much shorter and much more productive.
Did u ever stop to think that maybe the C02 concentration rises because of temperature rise? NO. You didnt.
just after the industrial boom, which was around the world war 1 to world war 2 time (1910-1945), the temperature went DOWN. this is after tons of factory shit was released into the air, PLENTY of which was CO2. i cant give an exact reason for that but i think i read/heard something that might explain it. and this is that when water evaporates, co2 is somehow produced/released. so as the temp rises, more water is evaported from oceans/lakes/rivers which in turn would mean more CO2. that might be total BS but if it is true this would explain how CO2 amounts rise BECAUSE of a rise in temperature. the earth is covered with 75% water.