Alarmists are aliens pretending to be from France
Eugene Robinson says :
Hurricanes striking where they don’t usually strike, fires burning where they don’t usually burn, drought everywhere — these anomalies begin to add up. Scientists have long told us that one impact of climate change will be increased volatility, and unpredictability, in weather events. This appears to be what we’re getting.
Eugene has the IQ of a turnip. Hurricanes strike the coast, fires burn in the forest, drought is cyclical. If there was a forest fire in the ocean or a hurricane in Colorado Springs, that would be unusual – not the other way around.
These imbeciles imagine that “normal” means exactly the same from year to year. Nature works in bell shaped curves – like Eugene Robinson’s conehead. Perhaps he should complain that it is dark at night, and that leaves fall off the trees in the winter.