What Will Be Their Excuse This Year?

Faced with a series of very cold winters, climate experts decided to make up some bullshit about missing ice in the Eastern Arctic causing Rossby waves, which made the thing of the past fall in the deep south.

They can’t use that excuse this year because there is lots of ice in the Eastern Arctic, and the team will have to come up with some other sciency sounding gibberish to fool their cult of useful idiots with.

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41 Responses to What Will Be Their Excuse This Year?

  1. Andy DC says:

    The evil Mann-made Rosby waves seem to be squelching yet another hurricane season.

  2. Skynet says:

    there will always be something unusual going on any given year…. arctic sea ice, sea level, droughts, floods, hurricanes, ocean temperatures, ocean acidification. Back before we burned fossil fuels none of this stuff happened! We’re all gonna die!

  3. The globe is too warm for hurricanes now.

  4. mjc says:

    Umm…the oceans ate them?

  5. Phil Jones says:

    We already know what will happen… The Media puppets won’t point out any info which counters Global Warming Theory or politics… Instead they’ll say things like:

    “Top Ten hottest years globally”
    “Antarctic Ice Sheet could collapse … raise sea level”
    “Sea Level rise accelerates”
    “North American Glaciers in danger of disappearing”
    “16′ Big Waves in the Arctic… never seen before”
    “California record drought…..”
    “Oceans warming”

    They just won’t tell the truth or be even handed… whatever fits the meme… If not… just make shit up….

    • Don’t forget “ocean acidification”. 🙂

    • rah says:

      Yep when dear leader said “We don’t have a strategy yet” they talked about the color of his suit. Guess when the suit is empty all you can talk about is the suit.

      • Ben Vorlich says:

        Scotland had a 13th century king John Balliol who has gone down in history as Toom Tabard, The Empty Coat. Your man is a modern day equivalent, only difference Scotland has always been a small nation on the edge of Europe America should be the leader of the free world.

        • rah says:

          Yea but I like things like Kilts, and Claymores, and the pipes. Like the brogue too. Most of all though I appreciate a warrior race since I have some Irish in me.

      • nielszoo says:

        It’s not even at the level of an empty suit, it’s an empty pair of golf shoes.

    • Jason Calley says:

      “They just won’t tell the truth or be even handed… whatever fits the meme… If not… just make shit up….”

      True — and it is not just CAGW they lie about. Falsus in unum, falsus in omnibus, even when they tell you what you would like to hear. More accurately, ESPECIALLY when they tell you what you would like to hear.

  6. Theyouk says:

    “All the world’s a stage…and all the men and women merely players..”–who, methinks, are being ever-more-played by the media and whoever/whatever pulls their strings. Perhaps that ‘whatever’ is something as simple as inherent incompetence, insecurity and ignorance–which would be a less damning conviction than ‘evil’–but at this point I don’t know what the heck to think, other than to turn off the d_mned TV and go for a walk in the woods.

    Let’s see:
    Unprecedented heat: No, that’s B.S. (see 1930’s, Medieval Warm Period, etc.)
    Accelerating sea level rise: No, that’s B.S (see official NOAA sea level graphs).
    Ever-more-intense storms: No, that’s B.S. (see hurricane activity or lack thereof)
    More tornadoes: No, that’s B.S. (see seasonal tornado count)
    Mass extinctions: No, that’s B.S. (see..I don’t know, any wilderness and the ongoing discovery of new species)
    Climate change refugees: No, that’s B.S. (see lots of things, including big Green politicians buying ocean front property, and the new airport in where? Tuvalu?)
    Pacific islands sinking under the ocean: No, that’s B.S. (see above)
    Unprecedented droughts: No, that’s B.S. (See the 1970’s in California, and the mega-droughts that had Cascade and Fallen Leaf Lakes some 100′ or more below current surface levels)
    What’s next? Dogs sleeping with cats? An increase in parking tickets because I stay inside the air conditioning to avoid the heat instead of moving my car? A global shortage of anti-perspirants?
    Sorry for the rant. I am just sick of the idiocy and, frankly, witchcraft.

    • rishrac says:

      You’re wrong about climate change refugees. Every year towards the end of October I move south. And as we all know CAGW is causing colder winters.

      • mjc says:

        You can’t be a climate change refugee…because you are living in the cause of it. The US is causing all the evil climate change, to oppress the poor of the world…it’s Boooosh’s fault.

      • Brian H says:

        All the countries that were pegged to be the source of such refugees have instead suffered the horrors of net in-migration. Because of the heat.

  7. Fred from Canuckistan says:

    Whatever happens the Warmongers will claim it is exactly what they predicted, what their computer models forecasted and if you listen to the Deniers you are foolish.

    The madness will linger for awhile yet. Only after we have a Walter Cronkite Vietnam War moment will reality impose its grip on the group hysteria.

    That and perp waking a bunch of NOAA/NASA/PENN State Warmistas out to the waiting Paddy Wagons.

    • geran says:

      When the late-night talk shows start making jokes about “Alarmists”, we’ll know it’s over.

      (LIke everything else, it has to come from “Hollywood” to sway the masses.)

  8. B says:

    State intellectuals doing what they do best. Science promised us a future without this, and private science largely did. But with state science, we are back into ages of religion where the masses are fed ridiculous ideas of how things work because they can be easily fooled.

  9. norilsk says:

    Mainstream media comes clean on hurricanes, even quoting our friend Rojer Pilke Jr.

    http://www.newsnet5.com/weather/weather-news/us-hurricane-drought-still-in-record-territory

    • rah says:

      Yes but hope springs eternal. Notice the last paragraph:

      “Still, hurricane frequency and intensity in the Northern Hemisphers and around the globe varies greatly year to year, season to season. That means the hurricane drought for the U.S. Mainland will eventually end…maybe even this year. My hunch is the East Coast or Florida. Stay tuned.”

  10. D. Self says:

    And the web of lies gets bigger and bigger and bigger because the average citizen believes their BS hook, line, and sinker……

    • mjc says:

      Actually I think the web of lies is growing because the average Joe is NOT buying it any longer…they need to make it bigger/scarier to keep them in line.

      • Gail Combs says:

        I think you are correct. Voters are waking up. Mainly thanks to Foreclosuregate and the bank bailouts. Once awake they start questioning all the propaganda they have been fed.
        August 10, 2010

        Voters Strongly Believe Most in Congress Are For Sale
        Voters overwhelmingly believe that most members of Congress are for sale, and over half think it’s at least somewhat likely that their own representative has been bought with cash or a campaign contribution.

        November 08, 2013

        56% Think Their Congressman Likely to Have Sold a Vote
        … national telephone survey finds that 61% of Likely U.S. Voters believe most members of Congress are willing to sell their vote for cash or campaign contributions. Just 13% disagree…

        Only eight percent (8%) of all voters believe most members of Congress almost always get reelected because they do a good job representing their constituents. Most (67%) say they usually get reelected because election rules are rigged to benefit incumbents. Seventy-five percent (75%) now say Congress is doing a poor job, the legislative branch’s highest negative in more than seven years of regular tracking.

        • darrylb says:

          If members of congress really wanted to do the best they could for their constituents, they would put term limits on the table,
          They know it would be the best thing for us, they know an overwhelming majority of citizens want it, Problem is — they know what they are made of

        • mjc says:

          Term limits are always going to be a sticky issue. There are those that will insist that if they were needed, they would have been included in the Constitution, from the start.

          Well, that isn’t a very convincing argument, considering that the Founders basically never imagined that being a member of Congress would be considered a career, in and of itself. Their idea was that one would seek out becoming a member of Congress AFTER doing somethng else for most of ones life. After gaining experience by actually doing SOMETHING (productive) would one seek out a couple of terms in the House or Senate.

        • Gail Combs says:

          In 1790 the Total population of the USA was 3,929,214 and Farmers made up about 90% of labor force.

          Congress was in session for a short time when people were not needed to work the land. It was never considered to be a ‘full time job’ but an additional duty.

          Tied to an agriculturally based economy, with its cycle of planting, growing and harvesting, these farmer-statesmen considered the dormant month of December as a particularly good time for members of Congress to begin, rather than end, their legislative sessions.

          Accordingly, they provided in Article I, Section 4 of the Constitution that “The Congress shall assemble at least once in every year, and such meeting shall be on the first Monday in December, unless they shall by law appoint a different day” [for the upcoming session].
          In September 1788, after the necessary three-quarters of the states ratified the Constitution, the existing Congress, under the Articles of Confederation, passed such a law, setting March 4, 1789, as the convening date of the First Congress.

          March 4 thereby became the starting point for members’ terms of office, while future legislative sessions would begin in early December.

          In its closing days, however, the First Congress provided that the Second Congress would convene several weeks early, on October 24, 1791.

          Not until the Third Congress met on December 2, 1793, did a first session begin according to the Constitution’s “First Monday in December” timetable.

          For the next 140 years, Congress generally followed this pattern, although presidents, facing national emergencies or other “extraordinary occasions,” exercised their constitutional prerogative to “convene both Houses, or either of them,” at other times.

          Outgoing presidents routinely used this provision to issue proclamations that called the Senate into a brief session at the March 4 start of their successor’s term to confirm cabinet and other key executive nominations.

          With the 1933 adoption of the Constitution’s Twentieth Amendment, setting January 3 as the annual meeting date, the first Monday in December became just another relic of the nation’s eighteenth-century agrarian society….
          https://www.senate.gov/artandhistory/history/minute/First_Monday_in_December.htm

          I certainly would prefer e a Congress that only met one month each year!

          Notice it was during the New Deal era and the wholesale expansion of the Federal Government under FDR that things changed… for the worse.

        • mjc says:

          I’ve held for a long time that FDR was the worst thing to ever happen to this country…until O came along.

      • D.SELF says:

        I hope you are right. THE 47% are normally blind to common sense.

      • Jaso Calley says:

        Gail says: “I certainly would prefer a Congress that only met one month each year!”

        Based on the current quality of representatives, if we could cut that by 31 days it would be even better.

  11. Gail Combs says:

    Theyouk says:

    “All the world’s a stage…and all the men and women merely players..”–who, methinks, are being ever-more-played by the media and whoever/whatever pulls their strings. Perhaps that ‘whatever’ is something as simple as inherent incompetence, insecurity and ignorance–which would be a less damning conviction than ‘evil’–but at this point I don’t know what the heck to think, other than to turn off the d_mned TV and go for a walk in the woods….
    >>>>>>>>>>>>>
    After catching the entire MSM in not one but two bald faced lies where I was in a position to know the truth I went looking for why.

    See my comment for the analysis. To start J. P. Morgan interests bought out the major news outlets in 1917 to control public opinion in the USA according to the Congressional Record. It goes from there.

  12. omanuel says:

    We have all been richly blessed with an ancient curse, “May you live in interesting times!”

    Steven aka Tony is one of few who realize how richly blessed we are.

  13. Eliza says:

    SG is (unwittingly) taking over the debate because the others are not really prepared to face the lie frontally and expose it… (except I would say Mcyntire). LOL You may notice that SM is subtly providing deadly legal backup for Steyn in his recent postings?

  14. ralphchapman313 says:

    Not one mention of this in any comments, so everyone understood but me. Can someone, anyone, explain to a newcomer to Real Science what the last twelve words of the first paragraph refer to? ‘… which made the thing of the past fall in the deep south.’

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