My Forecasts

I predict that there will be heat, cold, hurricanes, floods, tornadoes and other kinds of bad weather in the future.

While we can’t tie any specific weather event to the drop in the average IQ, we can say that attributing normal weather events to superstitious beliefs is exactly what we expect to see in a rapidly dumbing down populace.

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13 Responses to My Forecasts

  1. miked1947 says:

    That is one of the most accurate forecasts I have seen in a while.

  2. gator69 says:

    I predict that next year, James Hansen will look even more like Homer Simpson.

  3. Marian says:

    The Volcano Gods have spoke.

    Mt Tongariro erupts first time in over 100 years.

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/7426862/Mt-Tongariro-erupts-warning-for-central-NI

    There was a cluster of small earthquake tremors under Mt Tongariro recently:

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/science/7317742/Rumblings-under-Tongariro

  4. kirkmyers says:

    Hansen’s latest statistics-based “proof” of global warming is desperation at its worst. He and his cohorts have given up trying to explain through scientific research and experimentation how humans might be impacting the climate. Instead, they’ve had to resort to statistical inventions to prove their flimsy case. In effect they’re telling us: “We don’t what the heck is causing the climate to change, but trust us, if you take a look at our statistics, it is very clear that all the current weather extremes must be caused by man-made globall warming.”

    This isn’t science; it’s wishful thinking. They should adopt a crystal ball as their logo.

  5. cb says:

    Ah, but we are living a humanist-atheist based culture now, are we not? Have the past few generations of children not been raised that way? Isn’t Christianity pretty much dead?

    So the problem is not superstition, it is that the majority of the population is ‘scientific’.

    What is… funny, is that I am right about this.

    Heh. Heh. Heh.

  6. scizzorbill says:

    Thou speaketh the truth. The public school system is churning out liberal, progressive/communist, grads/Obots with no ability to think critically. Reason, logic, and common sense are not taught. The social agenda is the main focus. The dumbed downed masses will be much easier to drive into the collective corral where we will be managed like livestock.

    • entryreqrd says:

      It is worse than we thought. Tom Nelson posted this recently:

      Wednesday, July 25, 2012
      April 2012: Remarkable statement by Penn State’s Peter Buckland on the alleged political power of academic warmists: “[Penn State is] arguably the most powerful institution in the state of Pennsylvania, maybe more powerful than the state government, because it can just tell the state government to go away all the time…”

  7. nigelf says:

    Hansen and his hard core cohorts are no different now than Harold Camping was after his first endtimes proclamation date came and went. Double down and insist you have the proper calculations this time. The thing is, most people knew Camping was a quack even before the first date arrived and doubling down only made him look like more of a clown.
    Look for scientists formerly on his side to start backing slowly away from him now to try and maintain a little of their own credibility.

    • johnmcguire says:

      As far as I’m concerned it is too late for any of the scientists to move away from their stances in support of global warming. If a self educated ( as in I sought knowledge in the fields of climate science , I did not figure things out by myself ) older man such as myself can come to a rough understanding of what is going on in climate in a couple of years then these guys that are claiming agw and cagw have got to be less sharp than this old farmer. If they are less able than me then they need to go get a job working for someone who can give them a little direction because they don’t have enough up stairs to be telling others what is what.

  8. tckev says:

    Certain aspects of weather can, on average, be rationalized. Weather forecasters do this everyday. However, weather is a very chaotic system with too many (changing) variables, feedback systems, strangely interlinked dependencies and too many unknowns to allow, IMO, a fully rationalized mathematical description.
    Unfortunately most people seem to believe that weather as a natural system can be completely scientifically rationalized. This is because certain supposedly scientific organization, and their personnel give the illusion this is so. They and their organizations are wrong.

  9. lance says:

    my family asks me all the time for my forecast with my weather back ground…i just chuckle, since I know i will get it wrong…so i put up the standard forecast that hasn’t failed me here…

    Tonight dark, tomorrow light, temperature are expected…

  10. Ant42 says:

    The head of the BOM in Australia is predicting record temps early next year due to the impending El nino.

    Earth to David, its already peaked thanks to the cold PDO.

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