My Blown Lake Powell Forecast

On the first day of summer, I forecast that Lake Powell would rise to about 3,655 feet. It is now up to 3,660 feet. It will probably peak at around 3,662 feet, despite the fact that they have been letting a lot of water out of the dam.

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12 Responses to My Blown Lake Powell Forecast

  1. suyts says:

    lol, yep, you blew that one!!!

    Steve, I’m wondering if you have a collection of all of the people who stated that the demise of Lake Powell was impending and unavoidable?

    This, obviously is one of the greatest irks I have about the doomsdayers of climatology is that they get to say whatever they want and when it doesn’t come to fruition, no one holds them responsible or even acknowledges that they were entirely incorrect.

    I think perhaps a letter asking for a retraction/clarification or acknowledgement that they didn’t know WTF they were talking about is in order.

  2. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Off by 5 feet—and you call yourself a scientist!

    ;^)

    oh, BTW, how much were the alarmists off by?

  3. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    A football field? Even Brett Favre can’t throw one that far.

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      Oh, just thought of this: hey Tony, where are your criticisms of how far off global warming scientists are on this one? You must have volumes to say about it.

  4. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    OT

    but always in the news (hurry August 3rd!)

    The President would like you to be concerned about his feelings

    • Blade says:

      AAIM, typo nitpick …

      “The President would like you to be concerned about his feelings”

      should be …

      “The Resident would like you to be concerned about his feelings”

      Watching Resident Evil at the moment. But that is a total coincidence.

    • Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

      His next step is to fall down on the floor and kick and scream.

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