You Aren’t Qualified To Determine If The Emperor Is Clothed

It doesn’t usually snow in Florida because most winters it just isn’t warm enough to snow.

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17 Responses to You Aren’t Qualified To Determine If The Emperor Is Clothed

  1. Latitude says:

    we’re too stupid to know that….
    …spring is not even here yet!

    • Jimbo says:

      These idiots think we are all stupid. We remember then they told us that milder winters and reduced snow cover was a sign of man-made global warming. They also told us that global warming was now climate change. They told us about the death spiral in the Arctic. Some said the Arctic would be gone by 2013 regardless of ice concentration. They have predicted a lot and people remember what the scientists warned us about. Now it’s time for observations of the predictions made by the theory and it’s not looking good.

  2. gofer says:

    Well I’ll see your 75 scientist consensus and raise you 1000 scientist consensus saying you are wrong. Publish a list of 75 climate scientists that are willing to say that the planet is warming, humans are the CAUSE and it will be CATASTROPHIC. Beyond Romn, Hansen and a couple others, I doubt you could find a baker’s dozen. They never say how many, just the percentage (of what).

    I may not understand global climate, but I sure got a sharp sense of fraud and scam and reality.

    I actually believe in AGW as many others but the pay, as a skeptic is just to good. The AGW movement gets very little funding and most scientists do it out of a moral sense. BTW, my check is late this week. /sarc

    • Jimbo says:

      If the social science studies are correct then we should not pay any attention to all the non-climate scientists such as Al Gore, James Cameron, holywood stars, politicians, social scientists, weathermen and women, geologists, physiscists………………………………….

      The scam is on its last legs.

  3. Jimbo says:

    “Three new social-science studies might have found the answer…”

    And what does social-science study know about climate science? Humbug!!!

    Global warming has stalled. The weather is not getting more weird. I could go on……………………………………………….

  4. Scarlet Pumpernickel says:

    Hey, I can’t repost this blog on Facebook anymore. It says content is blocked because its “abusive or spammy” ?????????????????

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  5. Edward says:

    It is true that the applied maths and quantum calculus does leave me a bit cold sometimes but Climatology is a piece of ***s by comparison and I reckon I could give anyone at Penn State Enviro’s or CRU – a run for his money on any of their areas of expertise.

    The most wise and sagacious people I know have no [educational] qualifications at all but they see through people like they had Xray vision.

    AND…..OF COURSE!! a layman can ask pertinent and intelligent questions.

    Sometimes, it is the over qualified scientist who doesn’t see the writing on the wall or can’t tell the wood from the trees, ask Mr Briffa.

  6. Robert of Ottawa says:

    “snow is more about precipitation than temperature” …. Ha. I live in Ottawa, Canada, and I can tell you that it precipitates when the temperature goes low, but stops when it goes even lower – we rarely get snow when it is -30 centigrade.

  7. Robert of Ottawa says:

    Edward, you are not a “Climate Scientist” (TM), so clearly you opinion is peasant pedantry.

  8. Justa Joe says:

    Does anyone remember all of the ‘sociologists’ chiding people including the media about attributing mild winters, hurricanes, tornado outbreaks and every minor heatwave to global warming?

    I don’t.

    • Jimbo says:

      They have recently asked doctors in the UK to get in on the global warming science. You don’t have to be an expert to smell a scam. 2000 millenium bug, ozone and cfcs.

  9. AndyW says:

    I do agree with the overall statement than in relation to the amount of snowfall the amount of moisture is more important than how cold it is. It’s common sense.


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