Learning To Think Like A Climate Moron

Two years ago, much of Europe including Sochi had record snow in January/February

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Snow in the Alps: Freak snowfall traps 1,000 British skiers in Austrian Alps | Mail Online

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Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

The US press completely ignored this in 2012, and focused instead on the warm US winter as proof of global warming.

This year has been the exact opposite, and now the global warming scumbags ignore the US and focus on Sochi. How do you debate with adults who have the emotional maturity of spoiled two year olds?

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23 Responses to Learning To Think Like A Climate Moron

  1. Colorado Wellington says:

    How do you debate with adults who have the emotional maturity of spoiled two year olds?

    Don’t know about maturity but the cunning suggests four year olds.

  2. Robertv says:

    You don’t debate with children. You tell them what to do. You make the rules.

  3. Robertv says:

    Currently in Rio Gallegos, SF, AR as of 2014-02-24 09:00 UTC:

    Fair 133°F / 56°C
    Feels like 133°F / 56°C Humidity: 21%
    Wind: NW 13 mph
    Pressure: 30.21 in.
    Dewpoint: 81°F / 27°C

    Google Earth

  4. Realist says:

    If we, climate realists (so called “deniers”), were to act like this then we’d be called “cherry pickers”.

  5. Realist says:

    It’s unfortunate for all the alarmists that they put so much effort into trying to convince us about man made global warming, because with these record low temperatures they could rehash the 1970 “ice age” scare. I’m surprised they haven’t tried to do an about face. I guess then no-one would believe any kind of “modelling” they would produce to support another ice age.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    ‘Learning To Think Like A Climate Moron’

    Climate Morons, the lemmings that follow the ‘Political Correct’ mandates slavishly do not think. They Emote.

    The leaders however think like the predators they are.

    A piece of Fabian history unveiled at LSE

    The Fabian window – lost for more than 25 years – was unveiled by the prime minister Tony Blair today (Thursday 20 April) during the centenary year of the Labour Party in its new home, the Fabian-founded London School of Economics and Political Science….

    The Fabian Society coat of arms is shown as a wolf in sheep’s clothing.

    Director of LSE Howard Davies said: ‘It is a great honour for the School to have this piece of national heritage on campus. The window will be a visible reminder to students, staff and visitors of the School’s historical links with Shaw, the Webbs and other Fabians, whose ideas continue to influence our thinking about society, economics and politics.’

    • Ernest Bush says:

      I wonder if the people of Britain really understood the utter evilness of this society what their reaction to it would be. They have tolerated something in their midst that makes Hitler and Stalin look like innocent children and there is Blair talking about unveiling that symbol proudly. It is right up there with Hillary declaring herself a Wilsonian Democrat. It makes me shudder to see such evilness brought again in the world as if it is something to be proud of.

      If you ever wondered if Satan is real and alive that window is his picture and his design for this world. If you think this is a ridiculous exaggeration look up a picture of that window and read what it stands for. George Bernard Shaw is on film giving us his view of Utopia. He would have every human adult stand before this society of world leaders and justify their existence. If you didn’t satisfy this court you would be exterminated. This is the birth of the modern Progressives, i.e., the Democrat Party. Recently I did more reading about Wilson and his ideas and realized he hated Orientals as much as Blacks. He is quoted as saying “Jew York,” for a city that just elected a Communist mayor.

      Hitler got some of his best ideas from these people and it drove him mad. Wow, Tony Blair. Wow! How well did those ideals work out for your grandparents?

      • Gail Combs says:

        Do not forget Bill Clinton, Pascal Lamy (Director-General WTO) as well as Tony Blair are lecturers for the London School of Economics.

        When Hitlery decides to run for president this window and the quotes from The Real George Bernard Shaw are good weapons to have at hand. Make sure to save a copy of that blurb from the London School of Economics where they come right out and say

        The Fabian Society coat of arms is shown as a wolf in sheep’s clothing

        Mr Blair spoke about the remarkable way the Fabians influenced the Labour party, not just in its creation but also in its economic, political and intellectual development. … a lot of the values that the Fabians and George Bernard Shaw stood for would be very recognisable, at least I hope they would, in today’s Labour party.’

        Mr Blair concluded that he was ‘absolutely delighted to come to this extraordinary and august centre of learning, which is similarly associated with the Fabians and the Webbs’ for such ‘a wonderful and poignant moment’.

        Dianne Hayter, vice chair of the Webb Memorial Trust and former general secretary of the Fabian Society, welcomed invited guests to the ceremony. She said: ‘The original Fabians would be delighted to see the window located in the Webb-founded LSE. The Fabians helped found the Labour Party which this year celebrates the centenary of the Parliamentary Labour Party. It is, therefore, very fitting to see the window back in the UK, and unveiled by a representative of the 2006 PLP.’ ….

        This article by the Fabian Society that mentions Bill Clinton is also interesting. One nation in the world: What is the left’s story on foreign policy?

        Preparing Britain for China-led globalisation

        In the 1990s, centre-left parties on both sides of the Atlantic saw it as their role to develop a progressive response to western-led globalization. Like Bill Clinton and Larry Summers, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown made it their mission to embrace globalization but mitigate its wage-suppressing impact through tax credits and credit-fuelled growth. In 1997, Tony Blair wrapped this up in an inclusive national story that united different ethnicities and faiths in a progressive nation-building project that celebrated common values, creativity and connectedness to the world, including through our membership of the European Union….

      • Gail Combs says:

        Do not forget the China-led globalization is thanks to Bill Clinton. Chasing the Dragon: Clinton’s China Policy

        That is something to drive home to the Labor Unions.

        Also Foreclosuregate, the Mortgage Crisis and the Banker Bailouts is also thanks to Clinton and the five banking laws he signed:

        The McFadden Act of 1927 or Amendment to the National Banking Laws and the Federal Reserve Act (P.L. 69-639, 44 STAT. 1224): Prohibited interstate banking.

        Law: Negating above:
        Riegle-Neal Interstate Banking and Branching Efficiency Act of 1994
        (P.L. 103-328, 108 STAT. 2338).
        Permits bank holding companies to acquire banks in any state one year Beginning June 1, 1997, allows interstate mergers.

        The Glass-Steagall Act or Banking Act of 1933 (P.L. 73-66, 48 STAT. 162): Separated commercial banking from investment banking, establishing them as separate lines of commerce.

        Bank Holding Company Act of 1956 (P.L. 84-511, 70 STAT. 133): Prohibited bank holding companies headquartered in one state from acquiring a bank in another state.

        Law: Negating both of the above laws:
        Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act of 1999
        (P.L. 106-102, 113 STAT 1338)
        Repeals last vestiges of the Glass Steagall Act of 1933. Modifies portions of the Bank Holding Company Act to allow affiliations between banks and insurance underwriters. Law creates a new financial holding company authorized to engage in: underwriting and selling insurance and securities, conducting both commercial and merchant banking, investing in and developing real estate and other “complimentary activities.”

        Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Improvement Act of 1991 (P.L. 102-242, 105 STAT. 2236).
        Also known as FDICIA. FDICIA [b]greatly increased the powers and authority of the FDIC. Major provisions recapitalized the Bank Insurance Fund and [b]allowed the FDIC to strengthen the fund by borrowing from the Treasury.

        Housing and Community Development Act of 1992 (P.L. 102-550, 106 STAT. 3672).

        RTC Completion Act[/b] (P.L. 103-204, 107 STAT. 2369):
        implement provisions designed to improve the agency’s record in providing business opportunities to minorities and women.. Expands the existing affordable housing programs of the RTC and the FDIC by broadening the potential affordable housing stock of the two agencies.
        Increases the statute of limitations on RTC civil lawsuits. In cases in which the statute of limitations has expired, claims can be revived for fraud and intentional misconduct resulting in unjust enrichment or substantial loss to the thrift.

        The Source was (wwwDOT)fdic(DOT) gov/regulations/laws/important/index.html which was removed from the internet during foreclosuregate. and has now been replaced with (wwwDOT)fdic(DOT)gov/regulations/laws/important/ however BOTH addresses now work (Bookmarked didn’t work a month ago – WIERD)

        Here are the crucial move:
        1.CDSs, credit default swaps were exempted from regulation in the Commodity Futures Modernization Act in the year 2000.

        2.Hank Paulson was the Treasury secretary who engineered the AIG bailout. He worked for Goldman Sachs.

        3. If a bank had the credit default swap insurance policies on a mortgage, especially if they had more than one, it was to their advantage to force foreclosure.

        4. Obama mortgage program sets up homeowners for defaulting on their mortgage by reducing payments up front before qualification. The bank then stalled making a decision for a year by asking for different paperwork. They then handing homeowners a staggering bill, due in one month when they do not qualify. If the homeowners could meet the bill the banks then refused to name an actual amount due. (First hand experience. Took 6 months and a lawyer to nail the bank down.)

        Senior investors, who are typically financial institutions, own the AAA tranches that are insured against default by AIG, and they WANT to foreclose on the Middle Class so that insurance payments kick in. Conversely, the junior tranche investors want workouts with homeowners because their investment is not insured.

        “To ensure that the mortgage servicer pushes default instead of workout, the servicer is paid double (50 basis points versus 25 basis points) by the MBS to service a loan in default. Why do you think your servicer tells you that you must be in default before it will consider a mortgage modification, a practice known as invited default?

        “Simply put,” says Parker, “the government bailout of AIG has actually encouraged foreclosures because the taxpayers continue to fill AIG’s coffers with enough cash to pay out insurance on defaulted home loans.”

        “A credit default swap (CDS) is a credit derivative contract between two counterparties,” says Wikipedia. “The buyer makes periodic payments to the seller, and in return receives a payoff if an underlying financial instrument defaults. CDS contracts have been compared with insurance, because the buyer pays a premium and, in return, receives a sum of money if one of the specified events occur…

        Instead of cars or houses, credit default swaps were used to guarantee mortgage-backed securities (MBS), a safe bet according to the best-available mathematical models. Why? Because most homeowners pay off their home loans …

        The is no reserve requirement with CDS because there’s no government regulation. Each insurance company can set aside as much — or as little — as it wants for reserves. In fact, a company could set aside nothing for potential losses without violating regulatory requirements.
        The money NOT set aside for reserves can be invested in high-risk securities to create a larger cash flow for the insurance company. This means that with CDS, insurers expected not only premiums but also bigger investment returns then would be possible with regular insurance products.
        CDS premium revenue is not restricted to those who might have actual losses or real assets to protect. You can bet as much as you want and create as many CDS as you want….


        In other words there maybe more than one CDS on a mortgage and therefore it is much more profitable to collect the multiple payoffs than to refinance the mortgage.

        (Useful Information for the upcoming elections and we need to start educating people NOW.)

  7. David says:

    4th hottest January on record till we can make it the hottest on record next year. Impeach the scum bag in the picture and his ignorent wife to.

  8. Justa Joe says:

    AGW “science” is the science of PR and mass media manipulation. Is their any other science that is practiced foremostly to drive political/economic policies?

  9. Bill says:


    This is a defect in your mental abilities, not theirs. They are all geniuses, just ask them. What you fail to understand is that heat and global warming is tricksy. It keeps hiding and moving around. First it makes Russia warm one summer, then the US. Then it goes and hides in the ocean. Then it makes the US warm one winter, then Europe warm in winter or at least Scochi. Why do you think it is called global warming. It keeps moving to different parts of the globe.

  10. Rosco says:

    I say bring back corporal punishment – a little discipline judiciously applied never hurt anyone.

    Note judiciously applied discipline is different to abuse.

  11. Rosco says:

    Too late for Obama though.

    An Australian politician once quipped during a debate on abortion – “sir in your case it is a pity it isn’t retrospective”.

    Anyone nominate any candidates for that definition? Excluding me of course !

  12. mister_bean says:

    Maybe the author is going to rewrite the part about that link leading to the right post but just hasnt gotten around to it yet.

  13. mister_bean says:

    Man, I wanna become present. Sick of the past

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