Combining Jeff Masters’ Big Lie With Nonsensical Misinterpretation

Super Typhoon Haiyan may contain evidence of global warming, JPL scientist says

Super Typhoon Haiyan, which is slamming its way into record books with unprecedented winds and rain across the Philippines, may contain signs of global warming, Jet Propulsion Laboratory climatologist Bill Patzert said.

The fingerprint is very small, if at all,” he said. “If the winds are 200 mph, global warming might have contributed 5 mph to that 200 mph.

Super Typhoon Haiyan may contain evidence of global warming, JPL scientist says

Neither the winds nor the rain were anywhere close to unprecedented, and the link to global warming was refuted by the climatologist quoted in the article. How bad can journalism get?

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5 Responses to Combining Jeff Masters’ Big Lie With Nonsensical Misinterpretation

  1. “How bad can journalism get?”

    We have just begun to see how bad. At the current rate of decline, it soon will soon have less real content than jabberwocky.

  2. Rosco says:

    “How bad can journalism get?” – Fair comment but surely the real question is –

    Why does a Jet Propulsion Lab need a climatologist ????

  3. Justa Joe says:

    It’s very telling how the warmists default assumption is that any perceived human influence could never be neutral or beneficial. It can only make things worse.

    • Hew Manatee says:

      I guess self-loathing would do that to you.
      Do you think when Joe Romm or Bill McKibben look into a mirror they think, “Jeez — now there’s the sort of happy smiling face I’d like to have”?

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