30 Days Is Climate, But 60 Days Is Just Weather

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22 Responses to 30 Days Is Climate, But 60 Days Is Just Weather

  1. Jusra Joe says:

    Just stick your fingers in your ears and shout “Consensus!” over and over again. Talk about papers that nobody knows what the actual individual subjects were even about. Just imply that they support whatever point that you’re trying to make.

  2. Brad says:

    Oh my. Is 30 days now the new “normal”?

  3. Andy Oz says:

    Mister McDonald just sent human evolution back a few thousand years.
    Unbelievable!

  4. Idiot: “97% of scientists agree”
    Me: “You mean real scientists, or just environmental scientists?”

  5. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    100% of climate models fail to predict what is actually happening. Now that is a failure rate trumps some 97% of some group agreeing to something about climate change.

  6. Lance says:

    Can you just image if the warm weather in Russia was in N.A. !! The media would be all over it

  7. Ben Vorlich says:

    Here in France they play a complicated card game called belote. In belote a 10 is of greater value than a king, queen or knave. Except for trumps where the Knave and nine are the top cards. It seems the same rules apply to climate and weather.

  8. Larry Fields says:

    When I cooked some rice last night, the average water temperature was 212°F — even in December! That’s the best evidence for global warming that I’ve ever seen. To which Ivy League university should I apply in order to get my mail-order PhD in Climate Science?

  9. Pathway says:

    There is now little doubt that here in the high desert we are going to break the record for the coldest December ever recorded.

  10. Billy Liar says:

    I think Frank is playing the Scarecrow to your Dorothy; quick – someone find him a brain!

  11. Mohatdebos says:

    According to IHS Global Insight, November was 13% colder than normal in the US Lower 48. Heating demand in the residential and commercial sectors was 0.9 billion cubic feet (Bcf) per day higher than in November 2012, when the weather was approximately normal. You will have to really search to find this fact in MSM.

  12. Jimmy Haigh says:

    You can not reason with deniers.

    • Exactly. Denying that warming ended 14 years ago. Denying that the south pole is getting colder. Denying that CO2 lags behind warming cycles. Denying that water vapor is one or two orders of magnitude more important. Denying that sun cycles play a part. Denying the urban heat island effect. Denying that the hockey team committed scientific fraud and malpractice. Denying global cooling alarmism in the 1970s. Denying that global warming is political. Denying that global warming started in 1800. Denying that sea level rise is linear. Denying that they make money off of government grants. Denying that glaciers started melting in the early 1800s. Denying that Greenland ice cores are a hemispheric proxy and claiming it’s only local. You can’t reason with all this denial.

      • Karl W. Braun says:

        Note the mittens, lol!

      • “Forward On Climate”

        Because previous presidents violated the generally accepted rules of space/time & forced causality to work backwards. Damn that sneaky Bush!

        (& actually, by their obtuse views of “Climate Science™”, forward is exactly what they don’t want. What a bunch of maroons.)

    • Phil Jones says:

      Show us some reason… Then deny the facts put forth in a response… Blah Blah blah… Consensus… Blah blah blah … Deep Ocean Heat… Blah blah blah

  13. According to HADCRUT, November was only the 17th hottest month just since 2001.

    http://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2013/12/24/global-temperatures-report-nov-13/

    It shows just how desperate alarmists have become.

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