Putting Two And Two Together

The Arctic has seen a huge increase in multi-year sea ice. The Great Lakes have record ice. Antarctica has record sea ice. Global sea ice area is above normal. Last year was the quietest year for hurricanes and tornadoes on record in the US, and the longest period without a major (cat 3-5) hurricane strike. The US is having its coldest six months in 100 years.

And NOAA says it is one of the five hottest years on record.

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8 Responses to Putting Two And Two Together

  1. rw says:

    How much longer can it get before it breaks off?

  2. tom0mason says:

    I see you are showing the IPCC mascot again but have missed off the motto “Et ambulabunt gentes in UN-IPCC et timore.” (translation – Nations of the UN-IPCC shall spread fear.)

    Will you have heard of the UN-IPCC song? Here are the words –

    I’ve got no science
    To hold me down.
    To make me fret, or make me frown.
    I had science –
    But now I’m free
    It’ no real data for me!

    Hi-ho the me-ri-o
    Carbon pollution I see,
    Is heating-up the world so,
    And cooling never worries me.

    I’ve got no rules,
    So I have fun!
    I’m not tied up to anyone.
    There’s no real data,
    That you can see.
    There are no ethics for me

  3. nigelf says:

    I have put two and two together and have come to the conclusion that if they tell the truth a lot of parasites, including themselves, would be out of work.

  4. -=NikFromNYC=- says:

    “What Does the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Need with 96 Armed Agents?”


  5. gator69 says:

    Government math.

  6. How disappointing, I was betting that the Climate Fascists would make ’14 the 3rd warmest….can’t they do a better job of data fraud ?

  7. Chip Bennett says:

    What do you have against Common Core math?

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