McKibben Vision Test

Q. What do you see in this map?

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A. Southern California has been dry – just as the experts predicted.

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18 Responses to McKibben Vision Test

  1. Andy DC says:

    Since Southern California averages very little rain in August and September, to get a small percentage of nothing is not hard to accomplish and certainly does not mean any sort of drastic “climate change”.

  2. Bill says:

    Death and destruction!! San Diego is suffering from hotty-climate-changiness and most of the SW has wetty-climate-changiness. You have cleverly cherry-picked a view that does not show the rest of the hotty-ness to the east OR the worst kind of changiness which is hotty-fied coldy-climate-changiness.

    Actually the kind going on where you live is the worst. hotty-wetty-coldy-changy We used to call this the 4 seasons but now we know better.

    • Colorado Wellington says:


      I remember we used to call it weather but my wife says that many of the things I remember never happened.

  3. kbray in california says:

    I don’t need no stinkin’ experts to tell me this…
    my mama and papa taught me this a long time ago:

  4. EW3 says:

    I see Waldo !

  5. Andy Oz says:

    I see Freo winning the AFL Grand Final this Saturday.
    So much purple!!!!!

  6. Ben says:

    You can still see clearly at the 60 day mark.

  7. Ben says:

    Wow, Colorado still looks like droughtflood at 90 days… what’s up with that US TruthDrought Center?

  8. I’ve decided not to get my climatology information from a rock and roll fanzine anymore

  9. Walt Allensworth says:

    I see wetter over much of the Western US.
    The Southern California desert in the rain-shadow of the mountains is … wait for it … still a desert.

  10. TomC says:

    I’d say it looks like the permanent drought has shifted to Orange County for a huddle and plans to re-emerge at sometime in some other part of the world.

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