Climate Forecast Fraud Now A Capital Offense

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Prosecutor sees Punxsutawney Phil pushing daisies for forecast fraud – U.S. News

Looks like junk science climate forecasts are a thing of the past.

NOAA made the same forecast as Phil.

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22 Responses to Climate Forecast Fraud Now A Capital Offense

  1. Well, at least he got the state right.

  2. kim2ooo says:

    Reblogged this on Climate Ponderings and commented:

  3. Eric Simpson says:

    The groundhog is innocent, but certain others aren’t…
    Why indict the groundhog for “misrepresentation of early spring” when your fear mongers have done greater crimes? “Snow would be a thing of the past” they said a decade ago, and spring will show up in the middle of winter. Now it’s spring and it’s still winter for half the globe, and that white stuff is a thing of the present … in spring! And the climate fraudsters have led the UK and countless other countries down the road to seriously compromise their energy producing capabilities. Someday and soon that is going to be responsible for a major humanitarian disaster and millions may die. Really, and will the climate fraudsters be held to account?
    The future holds major catastrophe in many parts of the world as extended power outages will combine with other disasters including potentially gasoline shortfalls and weather and civic disturbances. Now, in the UK things are looking dicey, for a little bit of trouble, from The Independent today:

    Britain faces the prospect of gas rationing for the first time as a perfect storm of prolonged cold weather and disruptions to Norwegian supplies push the energy grid close to breaking point, experts warned… Britain’s gas reserves have fallen so low they now stand at just 1.4 days of supply. To make matters worse heavy snow and high winds in Cumbria forced the Sellafield nuclear power plant to close…
    The cold weather couldn’t have come at a worse time for austerity Britain, as the costs and disruptions hit an economy that is already struggling… Furthermore, any disruptions arising from interruptions to the energy supply are likely to further undermine the economy.

    • kirkmyers says:

      I wonder how many elderly citizens on fixed incomes have died from the cold because they couldn’t afford to pay their inflated power bill, thanks to radical green policies of the warmists. The anti-industrial eco-loons have blood on their hands. They pose a clear and present danger to all of humanity.

      • Traitor In Chief says:

        Roger that…

      • Eric Simpson says:

        Ok, I got this UK related link:
        It says: “Over the four months of last winter [2009], official statistics reportedly showed 25,400 weather-related deaths in England and Wales.”
        That’s a huge number, and we can assume primarily elderly. They say a lot of the less affluent elderly don’t actually not use heat at all, but cut way back, to dangerous levels. So, the more expensive heating is, on the margins, the more cutting back we are going to see, and so the more deaths there will be. That stands to reason. Clearly, the fear mongers are directly causing death already. They have been forewarned. And it is only going to get a lot worse as certainly Europe and especially the UK embarks on their aggressive clampdown on conventional energy, while developing only token or super expensive but inadequate renewable energy replacements (as wind). If things actually get colder, I think the warmists will have hell to pay. Either way, because it’s not going to get much hotter. Watch.

      • I. Lou Minotti says:

        That’s why men take care of their own, (including our parents who wiped the snot from our noses and whipped their shit on our asses when we were out of line). They kept us warm, fed, clothed, (in the 50’s & 60’s, that is), until the environmentalist-led government decided it had a better way. Here’s what the environmentalist-led government does: KILL THEM.

  4. Dave says:

    I heard a recent news report and NOAA is sticking to their predictions. They emphasized this spring will be warmer than average and dry, with more proclamations about drought.

    I find their definition of drought to be problematic. I assume by “drought” they mean precipitation measurements are less than some magically defined average like 1960-1990, but it would seem to me a common sense definition is when precipitation goes up again, the drought is over. Precipitation got way below average in NM in 2011 but year to date precipitation went up significantly in 2012 and even more so in 2013.

  5. I. Lou Minotti says:

    Great post, Steve. Anybody have a good recipe for groundhog?

  6. Otter says:

    *blinks* Say, Steve? it is 4:10 in the morning here, yet my last post reads 8:10. Your site posting from the Canary Islands?

  7. Kaboom says:

    Goes to prove that climate scientists have the intellectual capabilities of a large rodent since their forecasting skills are Phil’s equal.

  8. gator69 says:

    So the rats at NOAA spent billions on computer modeling when all they needed was a rodent with a brain.

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