1973 : Southern Snow Caused By Global Cooling

During the 1970s, snow in the deep south was caused by cold. The same phenomenon is now caused by heat. If you don’t understand this, it is because you are ignorant.

Climate science has come a long way since the days when they believed that snow and cold are associated with each other.

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19 Responses to 1973 : Southern Snow Caused By Global Cooling

  1. suyts says:

    Exactly. I don’t know why this is so hard for some people. It used to be cold that caused this, now, its hot that causes snow. They call it “climate change”……duh!

    • Frequent Flyer says:

      Yes, this totally makes sense to me. If snow used to be caused by cold, and it was still caused by cold, then obviously the climate wouldn’t be changing. But we know climate change is real, so it follows that heat now causes more snow, and cold causes less snow. Actually it’s even better than that. Because Hadley CRU tells us there has been no statistically-significant warming in 15 years, we can also say that when the climate doesn’t change, that, itself, apparently causes more snow, because we’ve been getting more snow. So a lack of climate change now causes climate change. This is what’s known as a positive feedback. What is wrong with all you deniers, that you can’t understand something so simple? Jeeesh!

    • Colin Henderson says:

      Right on! What’s wrong with skeptics these days, haven’t they seen all the snow this year – if that isn’t proof of global warming I don’t know what is!

  2. L Nettles says:

    I was a freshman in College home for the weekend when that storm hit. I will never forget it. I-95 was shut down and the National Guard was called out. I was after that we started paying attention to the claims of a New Ice Age.

  3. Edward says:

    It’s a post normal world Steve!

    Wot about the footy?

    Spurs 3-1 tonight.

  4. Dave G says:

    Steve, stop my ribs

  5. Edward says:

    Romm is a loony – a dangerous one at that.

    Pete Crouch scoring is alus fun, would Spurs care if Inter score all three [own goals:^))]!?

  6. Wrangler Wayne says:

    More heat does not cause more snow. Some ding-bat has taken a snip from the hydrologic cycle and says more heat causes more moisture causes more snow. That is a bald face lie. Think about it. More moisture means nothing without the context within which it is found. There can be more snow because the cold front moves further and is colder. Nothing to do with more moisture. There can be more snow if the air is 32 degrees F and that temperature is below the dew point. Existing moisture creates the snow. My point is there has to be a cold front type of event to create snow. Cold creates snow, moisture is necessary. It is poor logic to say more moisture creates more snow.

  7. Edward says:

    0-0 is enough, gritty, dour, defensive and quarter final NEXT!

  8. Andy Weiss says:

    That was an incredible storm, 16″ in Macon, GA and 24″ around Orangeburg, SC.
    But that was back in the Stone Age, before modern climate experts had discovered the dreaded warmcold phenomena.

  9. Frumious Bandersnatch says:

    Oh it’s even better than that. Just because we now know that heat causes snow, it also follows that cold causes snow (or not, if inconvenient). So…If the weather is colder than normal, hotter than normal, wetter than normal, dryer than normal or even more normal than normal, it is all caused by Global Warming.

  10. James says:

    I’ve linked this. Good work.

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  12. ReneK says:

    It’s just a way to TAX the World, Carbon Tax Al Gore is set to make Millions if not Billions on this if they do the Carbon Tax. I think it’s just a cycle. A hundred years of data is not enough, not for a planet that is Billions of years old. We have the Technology to reverse it without giving up anything.

  13. ken says:

    One of the many small print details about Georgia’s climate that people have overlook or refuse to say for century’s is not all of the state gets warmer winters like Florida the top part of Georgia which really can get cold in the winter do to the higher elevations and being more near the jet stream i have lived in the top part of Georgia 12 to 13 years now and know how winters can be here

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