Send Randolph On A Field Trip

http://www.forbes.com

Randolph should take a camping trip to the warming Arctic. I hear it is full of hot babes in bikinis.

He might be surprised though to find that temperatures are frigid and plummeting, and that a new Manhattan size area of ice forms every 68 seconds.

I’m guessing he would find it difficult to type tripe at those temperatures.

h/t to Tom Richard

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4 Responses to Send Randolph On A Field Trip

  1. James Sexton says:

    BWWAAHAHAHA………yep, melt happens all the time @ 17 deg F. The sad part is many deluded idjots will believe this tripe. I think many more than our friend Randy needs to take a field trip up there. But weren’t there some people that did so last year?

  2. MikeTheDenier says:

    Dr. Walt Meier posted an article named “Summer 2010 in the Arctic and Other Sea Ice Topics” over at WUWT. It’s a good read.

    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2010/10/21/summer-2010-in-the-arctic-and-other-sea-ice-topics/

  3. Geezer1 says:

    Sounds like this guy spent too much time with Hansen and cherry picked his data.

  4. PJB says:

    The earth is a pretty resilient heat sink. It takes in energy (indicated by temperature), distributes and radiates it and then continues. The little bumps and dips are all part of the process. That we trip on a bump or fall into a dip, means that we have to keep a “weather” eye out for changes and anticipate as well as adapt to them. The story of life, basically.
    Hand-wringing and bed-wetting over things that we can do something about or that we can do nothing about serve no useful purpose….unless they are to influence people to not look at the facts and rather pay attention to the hysteria.
    I, too, am grateful for the inter-glacial nature of the current “bump”. Taken in context, we have a lot of things other than climate prognostication to worry about.

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