Meanwhile … The Climate Story Changes To Match The Weather

Global Warming Blamed for Heavy Snowstorms, Record Floods

WASHINGTON, DC, March 2, 2011 (ENS) – Global warming is “loading the dice” to increase the frequency of record-setting snowstorms like those that have pounded the United States and Europe the past two winters, said climate scientists on a teleconference held Tuesday by the Union of Concerned Scientists

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5 Responses to Meanwhile … The Climate Story Changes To Match The Weather

  1. Latitude says:

    the Union of Concerned Dimwits………

    What’s amazing, is that it’s obvious to everyone that they can’t predict anything…
    …yet, they feel driven and compelled to keep making predictions

    The definition of insanity……………..

  2. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    It’s not ‘Climate Change’ it’s ‘Prediction Change’.

  3. suyts says:

    This is beautiful! 🙂 They think we forget? What will they say when we have two consecutive mild winters? ………. NVM, they’ll just dust off the old “winter is a thing of the past” projections and say they’ve been saying this all along. 😐

  4. Paul in Sweden says:

    Oddly, dice and “climate science” seem like they belong together.

  5. Bruce says:

    Global Warming is like God … it can do anything. It will give farmers sunshine because they are good god fearing souls and it will give them hail and tornadoes to test their faith. It will take away the snow … and bring it back in copious quantities … just because it can.

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