More White House BS On Temperature

The White House claims that 2012 was the “hottest year on record in the US” based on mild winter/spring temperatures. In fact, summer afternoon temperatures were only 16th hottest, and were much cooler than the 1930’s. They of course didn’t discuss the record cold in 2014, or the summer of 2013 – which was one of the coolest on record.

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5 Responses to More White House BS On Temperature

  1. Greg says:

    http://blackrod.blogspot.ca/2014/05/the-climate-change-choir-tunes-from-past.html Here’s one you might like, a McLean’s (Canadian) News article from the ’60’s

  2. Shazaam says:

    My general rules of thumb when reading information from the US government:

    1) If they deny something, it is very likely true.

    2) If they say anything else, it is very likely a lie.

    .

    Thus, I won’t worry about “global warming” until after the laughingstock-in-chief issues a press release denying that global warming is happening.

    • _Jim says:

      “Never believe anything in politics until it has been officially denied.”
      . – Otto von Bismarck

      He also wrote:

      “When you want to fool the world, tell the truth.”

      • Shazaam says:

        And in the case of the current white house occupant, he would fool the entire world if he ever spoke the truth.

        No one would believe it.

        Yet I doubt this was a strategy of any kind. The guy makes turnips and fence posts look like intellectuals.

  3. Dave N says:

    …and the US is only 2% of the Earth’s surface anyway.

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