Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due

Since President Obama took office, the number of hurricanes, tornadoes and forest fires has dropped dramatically. He promised to heal the planet, and now he can retire to Guantanamo in peace once the Benghazi details come out.

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9 Responses to Giving Credit Where Credit Is Due

  1. Chuck says:

    Wouldn’t that be nice!!

  2. Mike D says:

    You joke about it, but if say sea ice extent has another two years of growth, they will begin finding ways to take credit for it. Like the CAFE standard and the green energy “investments”. Since none of the “science” is reality based, the reasons to take credit don’t need to be either for the general population, or maybe 47% of the general population.

  3. scizzorbill says:

    ‘details come out’? that would take pressure and heat close to morphing CH4 into C6H6

  4. Robertv says:

    Warning shots fired as Russia detains Greenpeace activists at Arctic oil rig

  5. Don says:

    More Obama credit: SNAP households up over 50% since 2008! What a guy.

  6. gator69 says:

    Plus, even though he married a Bigfoot, at least she doesn’t swing both ways…

    “Gennifer Flowers, the woman who claimed to have had a years-long sexual relationship Bill Clinton, has said in a new interview that he told her his wife Hillary was bisexual.”

    I have family who spent time at the White House (not my brother this time), and ran in the DC circles during the Clinton years, who said it was ‘known’ that Hillary was a womanizer just like her husband.

  7. eqibno says:

    Or even sea-level?

    Click to access Tide%20gauge%20location.pdf

    as per the abstract:

    The location of tide gauges is not random. If their locations are positively (negatively)
    correlated with SLR, estimates of global SLR will be biased upwards (downwards).
    We show that the location of tide gauges in 2000 is independent of SLR as measured
    by satellite altimetry. Therefore PSMSL tide gauges constitute a quasi-random sample
    and inferences of SLR based on them are unbiased, and there is no need for data
    reconstructions. By contrast, tide gauges dating back to the 19th century were located
    where sea levels happened to be rising. Data reconstructions based on these tide
    gauges are therefore likely to over-estimate sea level rise.
    We therefore study individual tide gauge data on sea levels from the Permanent
    Service for Mean Sea Level (PSMSL) during 1807 – 2010 without recourse to data
    reconstruction. Although mean sea levels are rising by 1mm/year, sea level rise is
    local rather than global, and is concentrated in the Baltic and Adriatic seas, South East
    Asia and the Atlantic coast of the United States. In these locations, covering 35
    percent of tide gauges, sea levels rose on average by 3.8mm/year. Sea levels were
    stable in locations covered by 61 percent of tide gauges, and sea levels fell in
    locations covered by 4 percent of tide gauges. In these locations sea levels fell on
    average by almost 6mm/year.

  8. bkivey says:

    “. . . and now he can retire to Guantanamo in peace once the Benghazi details come out.”

    I’m thinking Elba.

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