Following Up With The World’s Greatest Scientist

When Hansen predicted 5 degrees warming in the US by 2020, what he meant was that 75% of the US would be below normal temperature by 2014.

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9 Responses to Following Up With The World’s Greatest Scientist

  1. Password protected says:

    An important purpose of climate study is to determine trends for planning.
    If that can’t be accurately done, the whole field of study is worth less. (But still maybe not worthless)

  2. mjc says:

    If temps continue dropping like shown on the map, we’ll be looking at permafrost in Montana, North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan by 2020…

  3. Gail Combs says:

    BUT Californicate has had a 3 to 4 degrees increase in temperature (according to the map) and that is all that counts. The rest of us in Fly Over country don’t count. After all we aren’t Hollywood!

    • mjc says:

      They need to start inviting Al to more parties…

    • rah says:

      Hell Hollywood isn’t Hollywood anymore. At least not the Hollywood that it was when I was a kid. There is no tinsel in tinseltown anymore and if your gonna stroll down the walk of fame after dark you better be ready to defend yourself and your possessions.

  4. I don’t think we should pick on Hansen anymore. The brain is an organ like the liver or spleen, and if it were any other organ we would say he was just ill. But since it was his brain that became diseased, we poke fun.

    • Gail Combs says:

      The problem is Hansen was in a very prominent US office and is now a closely followed Activist.

      When he is put in a padded cell then I will quit poking fun.

      • Disillusioned says:

        An evil propagandist who made his living cooking the books, at the expense of the taxpayers, should not be afforded the luxury of padding.

  5. Mt Washington (NH) was a tepid 15.7 last night

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