Ban Climate Models

The failure of global warming to materialize is killing people

The first widespread snowstorm of the season crawled across the Midwest on Thursday, with whiteout conditions stranding holiday travelers and sending drivers sliding over slick roads — including into a fatal 25-vehicle pileup in Iowa.

Big Midwestern snowstorm leads to fatal 25-vehicle crash 

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11 Responses to Ban Climate Models

  1. johnmcguire says:

    We could ban idiots , but as the recent election demonstrated that would remove over half of the voting population of the US

  2. kbray in california says:

    A new tragedy the administration should not let go to waste.
    Time to pass new legislation banning the foul man-made extreme weather.
    Our evil snow loving culture must come to an end.
    Oh wait a minute…

    http://protectourwinters.org/

    …it appears that death by foul weather is protected.

    All tragedies are equal but some tragedies are more equal than others.
    (in the spirit of Karl Marx, apologies to George Orwell).

  3. kbray in california says:

    In a little lighter vein….

    Here is a little warming tune promoting CO2 generation and global warming by cozying up next to a roaring wood fire.
    It’s a seasonal song written and performed by a new band from Leeds in England.
    Shamelessly, my buddy’s son is in the band… hope you enjoy…

  4. kbray in california says:

    Not sure why the you tube is coming up blank.
    Here is the link, remove the two (dot)s.

    http://www(dot)youtube(dot)com/watch?v=Mg2Y2vPfVcs

  5. Andy DC says:

    Yes, ban rigged climate models that show catastrophic warming and the end of the world, all the fault of selfish white males and the capitalist system. They make young people psychotic and have caused God knows how many shootings.

  6. When I was a school I showed up one morning with a ‘UFO’ photo. It was my bath plug tied to the side of the house with a piece of string. But it looked semi-real in the photo. This caused enormous excitement. Even the school teachers and the principle got into the hysteria of my ‘discovery’.

    When things got out of control I tried to correct the situation by explaining that the photo was fake… But people got furious. Not because I’d pulled a prank, but because they had invested a lot that morning in the photo and I was questioning their belief. At that point what the sceptic said wasn’t important.

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