Does “Climate Change” Require Change?

Every weather event is now attributed to climate change, because below 350 PPM the planet never had weather. The climate was always perfect, everyone lived in harmony, talked to trees, and had sex with their tails.

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10 Responses to Does “Climate Change” Require Change?

  1. ozspeaksup says:

    🙂 amazes me how you manage to keep your humour among the climatedoom,n gloom.
    but I am glad you do..we all need the laugh..
    the deluge of stupid followinmg the storm will be full on

  2. Andy DC says:

    For the good old days! Like 1925, when a tornado killed 700. Or 1931, when a flood killed a million or so. Or 1900, when a hurricane killed 10,000. Or 1888, when a blizzard killed 200 in NYC alone. At least back then, we didn’t have nut jobs running around, blaming you and me for bad weather.

  3. mkelly says:

    The British seeking host on this mornings CNBC show around 0915 ask a person from ConEd if this is now to be expected with storms because of climate change.

  4. gator69 says:

    Great. You had to add that last little bit, and make me think of Barney Frank. Thanks.

  5. Nick says:

    Is there no end to your vacuous whimsy? How long is a piece of string?

  6. tckev says:

    Steve
    I think you may find this Washington Post Blog item by Posted by Dylan Matthews quite a grim manipulation –

    “Hurricane Sandy has claimed casualties across the Eastern seaboard, with a death toll of at least 33 at last count. This, sadly, is part of a broader trend of increasing weather-related fatalities since the 1980s. While traditional weather-related dangers, such as lightning, have decreased in salience, heat waves and hurricanes are inflicting heavy casualties.”
    There then follows an interesting graphic.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/ezra-klein/wp/2012/10/30/weather-fatalities-in-one-chart/

  7. They’re not really tails. They are more like USB cables… Cameron had to communicate ideas in ways that his target audience would understand.

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