US Climate Scientists May Never Look At Actual Data Again

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20 Responses to US Climate Scientists May Never Look At Actual Data Again

  1. lanceap says:

    Let me guess…. this guy lives in CA.

  2. Bernal says:

    OMG.

    Didn’t realize he was still on this side of the Vale of Tears. Not died of thirst?

    Is it really as bad as the 80s when a family I know in Alemeda got their house egged for having a green lawn. There were 8 kids in the family and they had an extra allotment for a side business washing napkins for a catering company. They had to put out a sign that said they had re-cycled the water two times and didn’t know anything better to do with it than water the lawn.

    Damn them for forgetting the demands of Eco-theatre.

  3. John B., M.D. says:

    Annual precipitation trend up and drought trend down: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/cag/time-series/us

    Natural variability dominates any possible signal from AGW: http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/service/drought/wetdry/bar-mod-110-00/190001-201312.gif

  4. geran says:

    Will NOAA bet against massive rainfall this NH spring?

    (Think not.)

  5. Children just won’t know what snow is.

    • I’m actually forgetting what bare ground looks like.

      • rah says:

        Ain’t that the truth! This Indiana based truck driver has been seeing a whole lot of north and east lately and there is a whole lot of white until you get down towards the DC area. This January It seems I am either wearing sunglasses because of the glare of the snow or taking them off because it’s snowing. Sunday I bob tailed from Anderson, IN (just north of Indy) to Camp Hill, PA (near Harrisburg) to recover a trailer and it was not fun with half of the trip in winter conditions through hill and dale, often with 1/4 mile or less visibility. There is a fine line between hard core and stupid and I crossed it. Anyone with a lick of sense would have pulled in and waited. I made it but I am here to tell you as a big truck driver that has done every one of the lower 48 and often goes into Ontario and sometimes Quebec that this has been the toughest winter I have had to deal with as a driver.

      • Dave G says:

        Wait until the spring floods start.

  6. Charles Nelson says:

    Rah
    Six days on the road and I’m gonna make it home tonight!

    • rah says:

      These days I’m a salary driver. They call and I go. The job is being on call to come in when an assigned driver calls off or dispatch screws up, or when ever they need a driver and can’t get one for some reason. Great pay that I receive no matter if I run or not and usually out no more than 4 days at a time with the average being 2. But with the weather being what it is this year the steering wheel holders call off when the going gets tough so………. One just does what they can do. They ran me out of hours this week so fast I couldn’t roll over so I’m on my 34 hour break.

  7. Andy Oz says:

    Gerry Brown goes to Defcon 1.

    • Andy Oz says:

      And yet 18 months ago California had major floods.
      Maybe Arnie was the real rainmaker and Gerry just brings drought.
      Voters should think of that at the next election.

  8. Jimmy Haigh. says:

    Data? We don’t need no steenkin’ data.

  9. nigelf says:

    Most of them don’t look at real data right now anyway. If they did, they would come to the logical conclusion that the world isn’t in any danger from the slight warming we had that stopped 17 years ago.

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