Romm In Denial : “As for temps, there weren’t record low temps globally or nationwide”

G says:

Hey Joe, was wondering exactly why record snows and record cold is not being covered here. Are records not interesting when they are not heat related?

[JR: Interesting that I’m getting the same exact question from so many different IP addresses.

Did you read the post? Record snow is in no way inconsistent with climate science. As for temps, there weren’t record low temps globally or nationwide — not even close. As for the statistical aggregation of record highs versus lows in the United States, looks like highs won in January!

Yes, I know, if you only read the anti-science blogs, you’d think we had returned to the Ice Age. Try sticking with the science-based blog for a while.]

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As usual, Joe is “not even close” to being correct.

http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/44019/coldest-december-on-the-books.asp

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11 Responses to Romm In Denial : “As for temps, there weren’t record low temps globally or nationwide”

  1. PhilJourdan says:

    Good thing he did not include his blog in the science blog category.

  2. Latitude says:

    Record snow may not be inconsistent with climate science..
    …but it’s totally inconsistent with their explanation of why

    They said the warmer air from the Arctic put more moisture in the air, which fooled some people that equated 24 inches of snow with 24 inches of water….

    12 inches of snow is the equivalent of about 1 inch of rain

    Most of the areas that received those “record snow” are showing way below levels of precipitation – water – rain.

    If the air coming down from the Arctic held more moisture because it was warmer…

    ….then those areas would have had normal or above normal precipitation

    as it is, they are way below normal

  3. suyts says:

    lol……that’s great Steve!!!!!! Jeez, we ought to make this a weekly event or something.

    In a closely related story,………. Climate change skeptic blogger sends readers to alarmist blog to generate headlines and catch alarmist in a bit of denialism!

    • suyts says:

      Sadly, I’ll have to get a different e-mail account or something to play the game………..my comments go straight to the dust bin over there……..off to shoot pool!!!! Have fun with the loons!!!

  4. Crazy Eddie says:

    Just seems like winter to me. People need something to freak out over.

    ILoveMcCook.com

  5. Latitude says:

    CBO Director Says Obamacare Would Reduce Employment by 800,000 Workers

    Testifying today before the House Budget Committee, Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Director Doug Elmendorf confirmed that Obamacare is expected to reduce the number of jobs in the labor market by an estimated 800,000

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/cbo-director-says-obamacare-would-reduce-employment-800000-workers_547288.html

    Isn’t this the same CBO that told us, two years ago, that it would not do this?
    (I can’t say what I want to say, so I’m going outside and scream now)

  6. timheyes says:

    This is pea under the thimble suff. No, record snow is not inconsistent with “climate science” (a rather trite statement), but it is inconsistent with AGW alarmists who weren’t claiming record cold and heavy snow until it happened.

    I’d be interested to know if record heat-waves and drought are “consistent” with ice ages and whether there is any evidence that this happened during these periods.

    It seems anything can be attributed to the nasty industrialised world and its production of CO2. The hypothesis is therefore unfalsifiable and therefore clearly not science.

    OT: This is a good read by an “environmentalist” who seems to live in the real world.

    http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/02/08/patrick_moore_greenpeace_dropout/

    • klem says:

      “It seems anything can be attributed to the nasty industrialised world and its production of CO2.”

      This is also one of the reasons why ACC is considered a religion. Most religions state that humans are intrisically bad, and because of our bad behavior the gods look down on us and make us learn the hard way through some form of retribution. And they find confirming evidence of this everywhere; it’s gods will that that plane crashed, its gods will that the earthquake killed thousands, we are all born sinners after all. Alarmists use this same approach in their ACC beliefe, saying basically that humans are intrinically bad and because of our bad behaviour, nature will make us suffer through future climate change catastrophe. And they look for confirmation of ACC everywhere, they claim that everything is caused by ACC due to bad human behavior, if its cold that’s ACC, if its warm it’s ACC, if its raining its ACC, snow ACC, hurricanes are ACC, earthquakes are caused by ACC, even obesity is due to ACC. The list is endless. It’s the most interesting religion I’ve ever encountered.

  7. Ira says:

    just tried posting a comment at ClimateRetardists.whatever. As it’s about the fourth comment that never even showed up in “moderation” I suspect that I am just blocked out. Oh, and Krauthammer is a dummy, don’t you know, a medical school grad is apparently less qualified to discuss another field of science than journalism major Gore is.

  8. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Baghdad Romm

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