Understanding Feedback

Scientists tell us that global warming makes the weather cold, which feeds back to produce even more global warming, which in turn makes the weather even colder.

Eventually we will all freeze to death in the heat, due to missing Arctic ice caused by unusually cold Arctic temperatures.

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3 Responses to Understanding Feedback

  1. ACR says:

    Scientists tell us that global warming makes the weather cold, which feeds back to produce even more global warming, which in turn makes the weather even colder.

    Oh, Steven, I believe this one. And these cycles of global warming leading to global cooling back to global warming are very predictable. I’ve noticed that global warming peaks in July or August, causing a great deal of cold weather to follow. At the nadir of temperatures in January or February, the cold weather causes warming. I have noticed this pattern has been very predictable for decades.

    Strangely, when I shared my findings with my South African friend, he thought my analysis was bass ackwards.

  2. tckev says:

    Steve,
    You sound like you’re going for Hansen’s old job.
    πŸ™‚

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