Guardian Says Global Warming Induced Cold Is The New Normal

Alarmists in the UK switch every couple of years between predicting hot weather and cold weather due to global warming. That is the great thing about man-made CO2 – all natural phenomenon can be blamed on it. And alarmists are allowed to change their mind about the symptoms as many times as they like.

Cold wet summers are the future of global warming

The shape of British summers to come? | Science | The Guardian

Eight years ago, team climate moron was saying that hot, dry summers were the future of global warming

Humans Mostly To Blame For 2003 Heatwave, According To UK Study


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5 Responses to Guardian Says Global Warming Induced Cold Is The New Normal

  1. pinroot says:

    No matter how many times their story changes, just remember this: “The science is settled.”


  2. Doug Proctor says:

    If all of the climate change babble didn’t lead to repressive regulation and legislation, we could leave all of this alone. The press do this, do that, who cares? is what we could say. It is a tragedy that we can’t afford to walk away and get to real business elsewhere.

  3. Sparks says:

    Team climate moron indeed.
    If the Freudian knows that only “some scientists” believe this nonsense then maybe it’s about time after 30 years of bullshit on all things climate, the journalists that work for this rag should probably start reporting with some objectivity. 🙂

  4. tckev says:

    This publication is losing fast as a newspaper but items like this help push-up its internet figures.

    Which is precisely why they publish such nonsense.

  5. rocknblues81 says:

    Global Warming has become god to the environmentalist extremist.

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