Reality Proves 100% More Accurate Than Climate Models

Yesterday reached 80 degrees in Calrinda, Iowa – but 80 years ago in 1934, it was 34 degrees warmer at 114 degrees.

August 8, 1934 was one of the hottest days in US history, with many midwestern stations over 110 degrees.

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One hundred percent of the midwest was in drought in August 1934, compared to zero percent in 2014.

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This has been the coldest year on record in the Midwest so far.

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Climate experts say that the climate is getting hotter and drier, because they are complete idiots and have no idea what they are talking about. The good news is that NCDC and NASA have since erased the hot 1930s.

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7 Responses to Reality Proves 100% More Accurate Than Climate Models

  1. 1957chev says:

    That is the problem with climate deniers. They always have to use “facts” and “statistics”, based in “reality”. Don’t they understand climate alarmism is built on faith? 😉

  2. lorne50 says:

    As Robbin would say to Batman in the late 70’ts gee Batman WTF is wrong with science right now it’s not cool . Look Penguin ;>)

  3. rah says:

    What was that Adam Savage says on Myth busters? Something like ‘I reject your reality and replace it with my own’? As far as I’m concerned anyone that professes a computer model trumps actual measurements and data when there is a conflict between the two needs to have every credential they have pulled.

  4. Dan W. says:

    Complete Idiots? Perhaps so but. Fascist Liars may be the more accurate label.

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