WMO Believes That The World Ended In 2010

Katherine Hayhoe believes that the world started in the mid-1970s, and the WMO believes that it ended in 2010

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4 Responses to WMO Believes That The World Ended In 2010

  1. gator69 says:

    They might want to confer with the Mayans, and get back to us.

  2. phodges says:

    Their warmest decade ever was cooling!

  3. Jorge says:

    How many of those countries kept good records before the launch of satelites? Why don’t these alarmists admit the role satelites played and how we’ve only kept real accurate records since 1980, when we were at a peak low? That’s why most of the records fell thereafter, because the records prior were incomplete or non-existent. We then entered the warming phase of the late 80s and 90s and, voila, records were broken. Then we entered the “pause” because the warming end of the cycle ended. It’s not so hard to figure out. But what is it about “climate scientists” that they’re always looking for man-made causes for weather? They never see the natural cyclical nature of the climate. So their analysis is wrong, because they observe things in a very narrow way. They resort to a doom and gloom apocalypse because they want to scare the people into handing them their money. But it only works for a short time. People become more sophisticated about such things and begin tuning out from further grave predictions. That’s what is happening now, so their predictions become more extreme hoping for the same effect. The whole is becoming completely ridiculous now.

    Global warming/climate change is now a solely liberal ideology.

  4. Jimbo says:

    Why did they stop at 2010? Will they repeat their claim for this decade? Unlikely, as the world is heading for cooling and we can all look back and mock them just like Viner. 🙂

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