I Can Conceive Of It

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19 Responses to I Can Conceive Of It

  1. terrence says:

    This only shows how STUPID and DULL WITTED McKitten is. He probably can`t conceive of two plus two equaling four, either.

    • Marian says:


      And We can’t conceive how people keep falling for Bill McFibben’s excessive cherry picking.

      Some of his Chicken Little Alarmism idiot supporters called him a ‘Climate Hero.’ while he was talking BS in NZ.

  2. Mike Mangan says:

    Deleted your tweet, of course. Lack of protein has addled his mind, anyway.

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Doesn’t he live in Maine?

  4. Sundance says:

    I would be happy to take Bill to do some honest labor that I did involving the insulation of steam pipes in temperatures that were 150 degreesF. I remember walking out of the plant into 90 degree temperatures and shivering with goose bumps.

    • timg56 says:

      I spent two summers working at the Palo Verde Nuclear Plant in the early 80’s. It was usually already above 100 degrees F every morning at 5 AM when we left for work and generally warmed up an additional 10 degrees.

      How anybody can give credence to McKibben is what I have a hard time conceiving.

  5. Traitor In Chief says:

    Humans occupy places on the globe with temperatures that commonly range from below -50F to above 120F, a very wide range indeed. And they seem to have adapted quite well.

  6. Jessica says:

    This sounds like a personal problem to me. Perhaps a failure of imagination, Mr. McKibben? Not that those temps require THAT much imagination…

  7. Dave says:

    I am in the “east mountain” area of the Sandias/Albuquerque and it is about 66 tonight. It clouded over and the afternoon was pretty comfortable. Temps in Albuquerque through July 4th are slated to be below average (by large margins on some days) but I doubt McKibben will acknowledge that.

  8. Andy DC says:

    A good heatwave to say the least, but by no means unprecedented.

  9. ralphcramdo says:

    Come to Florida Bill. With the Florida humidity you’ll have a good idea how hot summer can be.
    While you’re here spend lots of money so residents can continue to enjoy not having a state tax.

    • benfrommo says:

      “Enjoy Florida humidity” Oh that is good! I still have not found a good way to enjoy Florida humidity myself and this is now my second summer.

      I see people going on about this current record heat where the heat indexes might be 3 degrees warmer or about the same as here in Florida NORMALLY and thinking, “what little children”. Problem is that normally California has such a nice climate that these people are truly pampered. I didn’t see Florida a couple weeks making national news when we had a “severe heat advisory” ourselves with heat indexes way into the 120’s. (98,99F with 55-60% RH if memory serves). I just see news like this and think “what crybabies” myself. In any event we have gotten rain just about daily because of this pattern that set up over the US. Our temperatures are way below average for the next few days…and its nice. 86F? Unbelievable! Just to make fun of the big child Bill above: “I can not believe its so cold here in Florida.”

      This part of the year is always miserable in Florida normally and I think this is the last year that I don’t at least spend a week out of the state in July. Would be nice to be up in Alaska somewhere where I might actually have a chance at getting cold.

  10. Ivan says:

    Conceive of this…
    On June 17, 1859, the temperature at San Francisco registered 133deg., rising suddenly from 77deg.; a burning north-west desert wind prevailed for several hours, and at 7 p.m. of the same date the temperature had again fallen to 77deg. At Santa Barbara, on the same afternoon, a strong burning desert wind blew for a few hours, destroying all fruit and animal life exposed to the hot wind died from the effect. The temperature at Santa Barbara is also said to have registered 133deg. On the same day the temperature was 102deg. at San Diego, and 117 deg. at Fort Yuma, Cal.”
    ~3 Dec 1889

  11. benfrommo says:

    Don’t forget to point out how hypocritical he is if you are going to bother trying to annoy those crazy greens. Perhaps a couple articles about the record cold we had this Spring with some sarcastic remark like: “I can’t believe how cold it was in Minnesota in May”. That would stick in his caw wouldn’t it?

  12. Chewer says:

    We’ve seen 70 degree temperature swings within an hour (-40 F to +30 F) during southerly Chinook systems moving in with never a complaint:)

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