Berwyn Fails 7th Grade Math

Bob Berwyn thinks he can see a trend in one data point.

Report: Ski industry sees $1 billion in global warming losses Posted on December 6, 2012 by Bob Berwyn

SUMMIT COUNTY — A new report on the economic costs of global warming to the ski industry will resonate especially loudly during Colorado’s second consecutive early season snow drought.

Report: Ski industry sees $1 billion in global warming losses « Summit County Citizens Voice

Snowfall in Colorado has been increasing for 80 years. One dry year is not a trend.

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The winter of 2010-2011 had spectacular snowfall.

Trail Ridge Road Will Not Be Open For Memorial Day Weekend
May 26, 2011 8:21 PM

Trail Ridge Road Will Not Be Open For Memorial Day Weekend « CBS Denver

In 1976 – during the global cooling scare –  there was almost no snow.

Here is the view this morning at Crested Butte

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Crested Butte Mountain Resort | Mountain Cams

Berwyn and the rest of his cult have the mentality of witch burners. They see non-existent patterns and blame them on their prejudices.


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7 Responses to Berwyn Fails 7th Grade Math

  1. miked1947 says:

    Weather is like that! Bobby needs to read more history, to learn more about weather patterns.

  2. gator69 says:

    One data point is probably all his tiny mind can handle. Two data points would make him cross eyed.

  3. Andy DC says:

    The alarmist have been reduced to going hysterical about any unusual weather event. Come to think of it, what is so unusual about a CAT .6 hurricane (Irene) and a CAT .8 hurricane (Sandy) coming during consecutive years?

    In 1954, there was a CAT 3 (Carol) and CAT 4 (Hazel) during just one season, both affecting populated ares along the Eastern Seaboard. Also Edna the same year, a CAT 2, hitting Cape Cod and producing hurricane force winds in Boston.

  4. Eric Simpson says:

    What I want is that 3 BR FL house advertised for $28,900. Oh, I see, it was cheap in 1976 because they expected it to be under water soon. NOT!

  5. But imagine if the wealthy and middle class could no longer go on luxury ski holidays in the US? Do we really want to live in such a world? I say we should make fossil fuels more expensive for poor people just in case. It’s called the precautionary principle.

  6. Ray says:

    More must be done to prevent disasters such as this!

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