You Don`t Have To Be A Journalist To Know That The New York Times Has Problems

Published: July 21, 2012

YOU don’t have to be a climate scientist these days to know that the climate has problems. You just have to step outside.

A Ray of Hope on Climate Change –

OK David, step outside and see what you find.

Weather Forecast Washington, DC | Washington Weather | Wunderground

Had David stepped outside on the afternoon of July 21, 1934, temperatures would have been about 35 degrees warmer.

Superstitious people like David Leonhardt are invariably the ones who lead societies into serious trouble. It is called summer, not a climate problem.

Virginia Temperatures, July 21, 1934
  CHARLOTTESVILLE	 7/21/1934	101
  DANVILLE       	 7/21/1934	102
  LINCOLN        	 7/21/1934	105
  ROCKY MT       	 7/21/1934	103
  WOODSTOCK 2 NE 	 7/21/1934	104

h/t to Joe Bastardi


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3 Responses to You Don`t Have To Be A Journalist To Know That The New York Times Has Problems

  1. suyts says:

    I wish those writers would quit pretending that they’re journalists.

  2. Andy DC says:

    That is DC’s average 4 PM temperature for mid-October.

  3. Don Gaddes says:

    On July 17 the Channel 7 News reader (Sydney, Australia) was told to tell us it was the warmest July for Five Years. Next day, it was – 4 degrees C – but that was just ‘wind – chill’ factor! The BoM is paid by the media outlets for this ‘information’. The blatant lies continue!

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