Bring It On IPCC!

I love all these press releases being made this week about warmest blah blah blah in blah blah time period. They obviously planned this ahead for the summer, expecting it to be hot in the US.

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It gives us lots of great material to throw back in their faces when all that cold air building up in the Arctic moves south.

It will be interesting to see how they handle all their pre-planned lies about Arctic ice scheduled for September. Do they just go ahead and lie? Probably.

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9 Responses to Bring It On IPCC!

  1. R. de Haan says:

    There is no AGW claim that hasn’t been debunked based on real science or by real world observations. Still the propaganda machine keeps on running.

    We have arrived at the point where we have gathered so much evidence to make the claim that the entire AGW scam is part of a plot to ruin our economies and enslave our people.

    This turns the proponents of the AGW scam into bunch of cockroaches that have to be stopped in their track.

    Time to call in the exterminator.

  2. wizzum says:

    So Houston is hot…Yeah.

  3. Lynn Clark says:

    I live just a few miles southeast of Boulder, CO, and noticed a week ago that the leaves are already starting to fall off the crab apple tree in my front yard. At first I thought it might be because it’s not getting enough water — despite all the rain we’ve gotten in the past month or so — because the grass under and around it is pretty dry. Yesterday I made a point to look at some other crab apple trees in the neighborhood as I drove by them. Same story. They’re all losing leaves. In the middle of August. Canary in the coal mine?

    • PaddikJ says:

      Canary in the coal mine or the augeries of August? (sorry; so sorry)

    • gator69 says:

      I noticed this behavior with many of the softer wooded trees on and around my property the last time we had solar weirding. I once read a paper that claimed low solar activity could be seen in some tree rings, and that it mimicked drought conditions.

  4. PaddikJ says:

    Patchouli to the troops: Steady lads, steady. Remember, no one, but no one except a few scrappy bloggers will hold us to accounts so long as we maintain our scientific arrogance. We can still brazen this out, so lie-on!

  5. Andy DC says:

    A 30 day “cold snap” during the middle of summer! I wonder when the last time something comparable to this has happened. If at all, not recently.

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