Defining Climate Change

Climate change is a poorly defined term, which requires the formal definition below.

  • Warm weather
  • Cold weather
  • Lukewarm weather
  • Wet weather
  • Dry weather
  • Weather that is neither wet nor dry
  • Windy weather
  • Calm weather
  • Breezy weather
  • Stormy weather
  • Volcanoes
  • Earthquakes
  • Fires

All of the events above are climate change. For example, Colorado was warm and dry earlier in the month, and now it is cold and wet. Colorado never had hot, cold, dry or wet weather before. The dice are loaded, and it is due to climate change. The tsunami which hit Japan last year was also due to climate change.

It is important however not to blame everything on climate change. Some things are GWB’s fault, and other things are the fault of YouTube.

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6 Responses to Defining Climate Change

  1. Ira says:

    you forgot
    * more frogs
    * fewer frogs
    * same number of frogs

  2. darwin says:

    A new DOJ policy is urging leniency towards criminals today due to the fact that global warming causes people to commit crimes. The DOJ cited recent studies by climate neuro-scientists that show warming releases a climate chemical into the body forcing people to commit crimes. The DOJ is petitioning Congress to provide climate criminals with air conditioners, free (and chilled) bottled water and a lifetime pension of $50,000 annually.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Arson related fires are also due to climate change. Nut cases set them to show there are more fires and thus “prove” climate change.

  4. tckev says:

    Two more for you –
    . Glaciers reduced
    . Glacier increased

    • tckev says:

      And the link –
      http://www.co2science.org/articles/V15/N39/C1.php
      With a nice quote –
      “by a quirk of the atmospheric general circulation that is not understood, more snow is being delivered to the mountain range at present, and less heat,” which leads one to wonder if there might well be a whole lot of things that are “not understood” about earth’s climate … by even the most brilliant of the world’s scientists.

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