Climate Experts Expected Warm Winters, Until They Expected Cold Winters

Climate experts have been telling us for decades that winter is a thing of the past, and that the warm winter of 2011-2012 in the US was just what they expected.

Now we find out that they actually always expected cold winters, but misspoke. Until the next warm winter, which will also be exactly what they expected all along.


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7 Responses to Climate Experts Expected Warm Winters, Until They Expected Cold Winters

  1. Bob Greene says:

    They are wrong. I spent 20 years in Michigan and then moved to warmer climes. Apparently Richmond is still too far north because it is not warm enough. I’m very disappointed.

  2. nomoregore says:

    2010 was a warm winter. 2012, not so much.

  3. Dave N says:

    Now they just say “it doesn’t matter what happens, ‘climate change’ caused it”. At least, that is what they are saying until they’re able to work out when ‘climate change’ doesn’t cause something.

    • Hugh K says:

      Yes, when gaia doesn’t cooperate, climate change gave birth to climate chaos. It’s all about word games with the miseralists (search George Lakoff The Little Blue Book). The miseralists suck at science….but they dominate in scrabble.

  4. Andy Oz says:

    When 1 trillion a year is up for grabs, alarmists will say and do anything.
    “Science” is the vehicle through which alarmists use to steal from the average person their hard earned cash. I consider alarmists the same type criminal as Bernie Madoff and deserving the same fate- life in prison.

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