WWF 2008 : “global warming means milder winters and less snowfall”

What they really meant was record cold winters and snowfall.


h/t to Marc Morano


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10 Responses to WWF 2008 : “global warming means milder winters and less snowfall”

  1. Why aren’t global warming believers commenting here already??

  2. Front page at Drudge:

    “Paper: ‘No matter what the weather, it’s all due to warming’…”


    Based on global warming theory — and according to official weather forecasts made earlier in the year — this winter should be warm and dry. It’s anything but. Ice and snow cover vast parts of both Europe and North America, in one of the coldest Decembers in history.

  3. maguro says:

    Is it a paper from a peer-reviewed journal? No? Then it d oesn’t count!

    • Ya, those peer reviewers, can always be counted on to stay off the global warming gr$vy train when doing them reviews. You know, that’s part of why they do the reviews, an independent eye.

      Ok, enough pure sarcasm.—for those who didn’t know immediately that it was

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    What does Hulk Hogan think about this?

  5. Not just the WWF uber-alarmist Mark Lynas also predicted snow is “probably gone for good” in 2004.


  6. malcolm says:

    New Zealand is desperately clinging to the warmest December on record . These experts obviously don’t get up early . Today is cold with southerly rain . NIWA has just admitted they ADJUSTED the temperature figures .

  7. JeffT says:

    The beauty of the globalony crowd, is they can’t be wrong. Everything is blamed on global warming. You can never win an argument with these dolts.

  8. Pops says:

    You’ve all probably seen the following, but it’s still funny anyway:


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