Global Warming Causes Severe Facial Swelling And Hideous Toupees

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21 Responses to Global Warming Causes Severe Facial Swelling And Hideous Toupees

    • Robertv says:

      “officials for the NSF confirmed they funded the play but defended the grant. “The Civilians, Inc., a Brooklyn, NY, theatre company, developed an innovative, out-of-the-box approach to exposing U.S. citizens to science,” the NSF said in a statement. “The project represents the unique cultural leverage of theater in its attempt to inspire the public’s imagination and curiosity about basic science and its relation to their everyday lives.” “

  1. Andy Oz says:

    One of those guys is wearing a raccoonskin hat, but I’m not sure which one.

  2. EW3 says:

    Not to mention inflated egos.

  3. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Obviously causes Kerry to have zero map reading skills as well.

  4. omanuel says:

    Thanks for your humor, Steven, the only positive contribution these two clowns make to society.

  5. SMS says:

    Kerry is still trying to figure out how to extract that splinter from his finger. Slight infection though which accounts for the swollen face.

  6. Dave N says:

    ..and apparently the Antarctic isn’t quite at the habitable stage as yet:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-04-01/tanzanian-fishing-vessel-search-called-off/5359042

    At least not in April; you know.. shortly after summer.

    • Andy Oz says:

      Who would want to be a Tanzanian?
      Tanzanian fishing boat distress signal heard near Antarctica on Sunday March 30. AMSA calls off search and rescue after 2 days.
      MH370 disappears on March 8th, search and rescue amped up higher and higher after 24 days.

    • Robertv says:

      2013, 03, 30, 5.98085,
      2014, 03, 30, 6.32153,

      ftp://sidads.colorado.edu/DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/south/daily/data/SH_seaice_extent_nrt.csv

      Let’s hope it slows down a bit.

      • Andy Oz says:

        Tasmanians are restless cos their island will go under the ice just after Patagonia. 😀

        • Gail Combs says:

          NAH,

          They are afraid that with a shift in weather patterns (Jets going loopy due to a quiet sun) their entire country will be flooded. After all they are down hill from Africa’s largest lake. map

        • Gail Combs says:

          Of course Tasmanians and Tanzanians are not the same but ice, floods who the heck cares. The warmists will use either or both to prove GoreBull Warming.

      • Gail Combs says:

        Yes,

        An increase in Antarctic Sea Ice is a bit worrying. The Antarctic has a much greater effect on the Earth’s Albedo compared to the Arctic (The sea Ice is much closer to the equator. link and link) and the Antarctic Circumpolar Current is wind driven. If sea ice increases in the Drake Passage what will that do to the Humboldt Current? You can see the tongue of cold water that is the Humboldt Current in this Sea Surface Temperature map It has a good image of the tongue of cold water from the Antarctic Circumpolar Current just before Drake Passage, headed up the coast of South America to Galapagos.

        F.H. Haynie, a former EPA scientist says: @ wattsupwiththat(DOT)com/2014/01/18/comments-on-the-nature-article-climate-change-the-case-of-the-missing-heat/#comment-1540259

        If I were asked to pick a single point on earth that most likely has the greatest effect on global weather and climate, it would be 0 and 90W (Galapagos). This is where El-nino winds, the deep sea Cromwell current, the Panama current, and the Humboldt current meet. These flows are not constant and each has different cycles and those cycles are not constant. Cycles on cycles create extremes in weather and climate. These extremes have an effect globally. I suspect these cycles are also controlling our observed atmospheric concentration of CO2. CO2 is very likely a lagging indicator and not a cause of climate change.

        Research on Drake Passage today: climate(DOT)gmu.edu/research/drake.php

        Drake Passage Effect Without the Drake Passage
        …Significance

        The experiments address a fundamental question of how the circulation of the ocean works. Since the global overturning circulation is apparently sensitive to wind even in regions where the ocean has eastern and western boundaries, it may be influenced by wind outside the Drake Passage latitudes. However, our results indicate that the unique geometry of the Drake Passage latitudes does make the global circulation – and perhaps the climate of the North Atlantic – especially sensitive to wind there.

        There is a link between the changes in the sun’s EUV/UV levels that change with solar max to solar min but as much as 6% or more to creation and destruction of ozone. SEE: THE BREWER-DOBSON CIRCULATION – (wwwDOT)ccpo.odu.edu/~lizsmith/SEES/ozone/class/Chap_6/6_3.htm

        Rodney Viereck
        NOAA Space Environment Center
        Boulder CO
        (xxxxx@noaa.gov)
        Larry Puga, Steve Hill, Vic Pizzo, Doug Biesecker, Matt DeLand, Gary Rottman, Greg
        Kopp, Jerry Harder, Many Others
        LWS Workshop, March 2004, Boulder CO
        2_01_Viereck.pdf

        Why Measure Solar EUV? •
        Solar EUV flux is highly variable and is absorbed in the upper atmosphere

        Effect of Solar EUV on the Atmosphere
        Solar EUV Flux is the primary source of energy and is a critical source of variability of the thermosphere and ionosphere.

        Increased EUV flux causes an increase in the atmospheric density. [Satellite Orbits ]
        lasp(DOT)colorado.edu/sdo/meetings/session_1_2_3/presentations/session2/2_01_Viereck.pdf

        They actually did field research in this study on atmospheric circulation shifts and looked at the time period in the same ball park of the above study.

        06 May 2012 Nature Geoscience | Letter Regional atmospheric circulation shifts induced by a grand solar minimum – (wwwDOT)nature.com/ngeo/journal/v5/n6/abs/ngeo1460.html

        ABSTRACT
        Large changes in solar ultraviolet radiation can indirectly affect climate by inducing atmospheric changes. Specifically, it has been suggested that centennial-scale climate variability during the Holocene epoch was controlled by the Sun. However, the amplitude of solar forcing is small when compared with the climatic effects and, without reliable data sets, it is unclear which feedback mechanisms could have amplified the forcing. Here we analyse annually laminated sediments of Lake Meerfelder Maar, Germany, to derive variations in wind strength and the rate of 10Be accumulation, a proxy for solar activity, from 3,300 to 2,000 years before present. We find a sharp increase in windiness and cosmogenic 10Be deposition 2,759  ±  39 varve years before present and a reduction in both entities 199  ±  9 annual layers later. We infer that the atmospheric circulation reacted abruptly and in phase with the solar minimum. A shift in atmospheric circulation in response to changes in solar activity is broadly consistent with atmospheric circulation patterns in long-term climate model simulations, and in reanalysis data that assimilate observations from recent solar minima into a climate model. We conclude that changes in atmospheric circulation amplified the solar signal and caused abrupt climate change about 2,800 years ago, coincident with a grand solar minimum.

  7. geologyjim says:

    The focus-group numbers on these two have got to be high in the “creepy” and “icky” indices

    If audio was used, they’d be through-the-roof in the “snooze-inducing” and “grossly annoying” categories

    ugh

  8. Morgan says:

    John Kerry is a much worse scientist than Al Gore. Gore had charts and 20 foot booms. All Kerry has is a wig.

  9. Andy Oz says:

    Two sociopaths.

  10. gator69 says:

    And all this time I thought it was the Haldol.

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