Global Warming And Global Cooling Have Identical Symptoms

According to crack government scientists, the symptoms of global warming and global cooling are identical

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Global cooling had exactly the same effect. The science is settled

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17 Responses to Global Warming And Global Cooling Have Identical Symptoms

  1. Same as it ever was…Same as it ever was…Same as it ever was…
    Same as it ever was…Same as it ever was…Same as it ever was…
    Same as it ever was…Same as it ever was…

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  2. Truthseeker says:

    The do have the same symptoms … more bureaucrats, more taxes, more control …

  3. Tel says:

    There’s you answer then… everything is either Global Warming or Global cooling.

    Or something else!

  4. Ben Vorlich says:

    Fortunately those living today are experiencing a “Pause”, in which case it must be a perfect climate.

  5. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    drought/flood + cold/hot = Severe mann-made climate change.

  6. gregole says:

    “…The western world’s leading climatologists have confirmed recent reports of a detrimental global climatic change. The stability of most nations is based upon a dependable source of food, but this stability will not be possible under the new climatic era. A forecast by the University of Wisconsin projects that the earth’s climate is returning to that of the neo-boreal era (1600-1850) – an era of drought, famine, and political unrest in the western world….one nation after another experienced the impact of the climatic change. Headlines from around the world told a story still not fully understood or ones we don’t want to face, such as:

    Burma (March 1973) – little rice for export due to drought
    North Korea (March 1973) – record high grain import reflecting poor 1972 harvest
    Costa Rica and Honduras (1973) – worst drought in 50 years
    United States – (April 1973) – “flood of the century along the Great Lakes”
    Japan – (1973) – Cold spell seriously damaged crops
    Pakistan – (March 1973) – planned import of U.S. grain to off-set crop failure due to drought
    Pakistan – (August 1973) – worst flood in 20 years affected 2.8 million acres
    North Vietnam (September 1973) – important crop damaged by heavy rains
    Manila (March 1974) – millions in Asia face critical rice shortage
    Ecuador (April 1974) – shortage of rice reaching crisis proportion; political repercussions could threaten its stability”

    Source: “A Study of Climatological Research as it Pertains to Intelligence Problems
    Prepared by: The Office of Research and Development of the Central Intelligence Agency.

  7. Neo says:

    You see, in order to properly determine whether it’s Global Warming or Global Cooling, you have to stick your finger in the air and see which way the policymaker’s wind is breaking.

  8. Gregory says:

    Someone get Joe to explain what being gay has to do with Climate.

  9. hannuko says:

    That just means that the weather is always good now, was perfect in the past and will be catastrophic in the future. Always. It’s just human nature to fear the future and yearn for the good old days.

    Read this excellent book about how it works:
    http://www.amazon.ca/Future-Babble-Expert-Predictions-Believe/dp/0771035136

    Btw. it also shows that the first oil peak was predicted to happen in 1923…

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