Learning To Identify Global Warming

During March, 2012 the Eastern US was warm and Alaska was cold. Experts told us that was just what they expected from global warming.


This March, the Eastern US was cold and Alaska was less cold than usual, and experts tell us that is just what they expected from global warming.

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16 Responses to Learning To Identify Global Warming

  1. B.C. says:

    Of course it is—they just never expected the Spanish Inquisition. (Nobody ever does!)

  2. Andy DC says:

    Every kind of weather (or lack thereof) is entirely consistent with a catastrophically warming planet and therefore requires more Government grant money for further study.

  3. Morgan says:

    Convincing the warmers that they’re wrong would be like going into a health food store and shouting “Saint John’s Wort doesn’t do anything” or going into a hippie bead store and yelling “those crystals hanging around your neck are just rocks, they can’t heal your cancer.”

    Waste….of….time. There is no way to stop idiots from being idiots.

  4. Jason Calley says:

    Ah, poor sceptics… let me explain the CAGW consensus.

    Imagine Ted Baxter in a lab coat: “With more CO2 (a gas we scientists have named “carbon”) the Earth will get warmer. Or not. Or a bit here and a bit there. Or drought where we don’t want it, or floods in the wrong place too. Whatever. And carbon causes it. How do we know it is due to carbon? Because the models we programmed to react only to carbon do not react to non-carbon. It is simple high school physics! QED!”

    (The sad fact is, the CAGW argument (no, “argument” is too strong a word; let me use “assertion”) really IS that stupid. Equally sad, or maybe more so, is that otherwise normal people fail to see the ludicrous nature of the assertion.)

  5. Don B says:

    “These severe ice conditions have not occurred on the Great Lakes for more than three decades,” the letter states.

    Treacherous ice covering much of Lake Superior has prevented freighter ships from hauling iron ore — an essential ingredient in steelmaking — from Minnesota’s Iron Range to northwestern Indiana steel mills.

    The Great Lakes’ ice cover hit its highest point in 35 years this winter, and Lake Superior remains more than 80 percent frozen with a 40-inch-thick shelf ice and stacks of ice chunks reaching up to 14 feet tall. U.S. Steel said it is working closely with United States and Canadian governmental authorities “to expedite and obtain priority passage of our raw materials vessels” on the lakes.


    This is just what was expected from global warming.

  6. Johnbuk says:

    I also hear their bet on the Grand National here in the UK was spot on – a 25-1 outsider as well!
    Not only that but their other bets for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th ………. et al came in as well.
    Unfortunately it seems they’ve not come out ahead in the finances dept. so the grants funding will have to take a hammering.

  7. philjourdan says:

    Global warming is omnipotent. It must be god!

  8. Lance says:

    yes, and 2012 spring, the Maple Syrup industry complained that it was to warm…skip ahead 2 years,..and yes, you guess it…

  9. tom0mason says:

    Tracking the effects of global warming for the grant maintained settled scientist of climate change is simple, even as the weather randomizes into meta-patterns and pseudo-cycles.

  10. GlynnMhor says:

    The AGW theory tells us whether Anthropogenic Global Warming is responsible for weather:

    If it’s hot- it’s AGW
    If it’s cold- AGW
    Floods- AGW
    Droughts- AGW
    Too little moisture- AGW
    too much moisture- AGW
    too many storms- AGW
    too few storms- AGW
    Strong winds- AGW
    Weak winds- AGW
    Early frost- AGW
    Late frost- AGW
    Deep snow- AGW
    No snow- AGW

    A paradigm that predicts anything and everything actually predicts nothing at all. Like a card trick where I can predict that the card you choose will be either red or black. My prediction comes true every time, but it’s unimpressive.

  11. It’s just standard Academic(a.k.a. “expert”)-speak. They consider it their JOB to make such claims of omniscience. Obama does it all the time; he’s never wrong, on anything (he thinks).

  12. gator69 says:

    “We’ve always been at war with Eastasia.”

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