Faced with a series of very cold winters, climate experts decided to make up some bullshit about missing ice in the Eastern Arctic causing Rossby waves, which made the thing of the past fall in the deep south.
They can’t use that excuse this year because there is lots of ice in the Eastern Arctic, and the team will have to come up with some other sciency sounding gibberish to fool their cult of useful idiots with.
There has been almost no change in Arctic sea ice over the past two days. Green shows gain, red show loss.
The first installment of The Post’s laudable “A Climate for Change” series of editorials pointed out that the debate on climate change has “devolved” and cited a number of reasons why Congress has failed to take action to reduce carbon emissions [“The certainty of climate change,” Aug. 25].
The editorial failed to mention one other key reason: The Koch brothers, Exxon Mobil and other fossil-fuel interests have bankrolled a multimillion-dollar campaign to confuse the public about the reality and seriousness of man-made global warming. The news media have played a role in spreading this disinformation. Since the early 2000s, news organizations have provided a platform for fossil-fuel-industry-funded think tanks, advocacy groups and politicians to make spurious claims about climate science. Reporters have relied on these public officials and groups to provide the “other side.” There is no other side.
How to change the climate on global warming – The Washington Post
The Koch Brothers must be using their money to pay Gaia to not produce any warming for the past 17 years, because I am still waiting on my first paycheck.
Does Antarctic sea ice growth negate climate change? Scientists say no
since scientists started making satellite observations in the late 1970s, they have watched winter sea ice around Antarctica swell slowly but indisputably, despite predictions that it should shrink.
Climate is a complicated thing. Understanding how these kinds of changes play out in different regions is tricky business.
Does Antarctic sea ice growth negate climate change? Scientists say no – LA Times
Their super-duper climate models got it backwards, because climate is a “complicated thing.” In other words, they have absolutely no clue WTF they are talking about.
Climate experts believe that time began in 1979, because earlier years have been determined to be highly toxic to funding.
Google started out with a good, fast, sleek product, and gradually turned it into a slow, complex resource hog.
Google has become Microsoft.