Payback Time From Gaia

Last March was beautiful on the East Coast of the US. Temperatures were well above normal – almost as warm as they were in March of 1910. NOAA declared these mild temperatures to be proof of global warming and listed them as being the most extreme weather in US history.

This year, March is setting up to be near record cold on the East Coast of the US.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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7 Responses to Payback Time From Gaia

  1. Nerd says:

    That will ruin spring break for college students somewhere…

  2. Robertv says:

    One of Britain’s leading polar explorers has told Sky News that decades of campaign efforts to get people engaged with climate change have failed.

    Robert Swan, who was the first man to walk to both the North and South poles, was speaking in Argentina on the eve of the launch of his latest expedition to Antarctica – one which he hopes will help turn the tide of public apathy towards green issues.

    Mr Swan will be leading a group of 80 young people from 28 countries across the world to the Antarctic Peninsula.

    Antarctic Peninsula Brilliant idea

  3. squid2112 says:

    Ah, but alas, the AGW cult has already anticipated these things. This is why they now refer to everything as “extreme”. They will surely contend that, since there was such an “extreme” “change” from last year to this year (doesn’t matter hot or cold), this is proof that CO2 is F’ing up the climate. …. moron’s …. I’m getting very tired of this stupid scam. Personally, I am just waiting for the retaliation to begin once people finally realize just how much they are being scammed. I believe the time is just around the corner, and I have plenty of popcorn!

  4. Sundance says:

    Oh Calcutta! Hansen’s red pen isn’t keeping people warm there as record cold temperatures hit.

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