The World Began In 1950

The latest scam of alarmists has been to pretend that we don’t know what the weather was like before 1950. The consensus of science now consists of the opinion of an assistant geography professor.

The deadliest tornadoes in decades. Severe flooding on the Mississippi River. Drought in Texas, and heavy rains in Tennessee.

What’s up with the weather?

Scientists say there are connections between many of the severe weather events of the past month and global warming.

“Basically, as we warm the world up, the atmosphere can hold more moisture in it,” said Anne Jefferson, an assistant professor in the geography and Earth science department at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte.

“Weather patterns that used to be limited to the South move farther north now,” she said. “Both of those things together will increase the frequency with which we see these big rainstorms, and those are likely to increase flooding in the future.”

Flooding on the Mississippi has become more frequent and more extensive since about 1950, Jefferson said. This year’s huge flood was created by snowmelt and rain-on-snow in the upper Mississippi River basin, and very intense rain in its middle regions.


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10 Responses to The World Began In 1950

  1. Latitude says:

    Using their logic….

    and the real data

    We need to produce more CO2 to make temperatures rise, because falling temperatures are creating severe weather

  2. A K Haart says:

    Before 1950? That’s history – down the corridor second door on your left.

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    The pseudo-intellections contend that creationists are lunatics for saying the world was created 6,000 years ago. Now the very same pseudo-intellectuals are saying the world is only 61 years old.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    My editor is still sleeping, meant pseudo-intellectuals rather than pseudo-intellections.
    Is that even a word? Maybe I invented a new word.

  5. Squidly says:

    Hehehe .. more of the “it’s caused by global warming” BS … here is another you may find interesting, coming from the asshats at NPR: NPR assumes ‘Climate Change’ caused Joplin tornadoes

    I would like to comment that, I am VERY pleased with the general population at large, at least by the comments left on the NPR article. It is showing more and more that the general population is NOT buy the AGW, CAGW or what ever you want to call it, anymore. There are few, if any comments to that article (out of more than 78), that are believing the bullshit. I am encouraged! .. seems my fellow human beings may not be so gullible as I once thought. Thank you all!

  6. DEEBEE says:

    Given that I was born just a few years after that, personally it sounds about right.

  7. I drank zero beers prior to 1950. I drank three beers last week. At the current rate of growth, assuming an exponential curve, I’ll be drinking 177,147 beers/wk by 2621.

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