The New Normal In Climate Science – Perfect Anti-Correlation

The latest theory from the climate geniuses, is that missing Arctic ice causes cold winters. Let’s test that out.

According to NCDC, 1979 was the coldest winter in US history.

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1979 was also the year with peak Arctic ice. The exact opposite of the current theory.

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How about the other extreme? 2012 had the warmest winter/spring in US history – and had the lowest Arctic ice extent on record. Again, the exact opposite of the new theory.

Only in climate science can experts promote a new theory which has 0% correlation with data.

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13 Responses to The New Normal In Climate Science – Perfect Anti-Correlation

  1. omanuel says:

    Perfect anti-correlation between lies and reality.

  2. Dave N says:

    The correlation is: whatever the current condition is in the Arctic, alarmists will say it is causing whatever is happening with the weather.

  3. They haven’t a clue. As long as they are stuck on the idea that trace CO2 drives climate they won’t consider other possibilities.

  4. Brian G Valentine says:

    Dumbocrats themselves don’t even believe their own shit as evidenced by their behavior, but they need SOMETHING to distinguish themselves from the crowd of people with normal sense.

    The 2014 Congress will impede them; the 2016 elections will marginalize them to temper tantrum children who need people to oversee them

  5. You’re wrong Tony. When I drink a glass of ice water, as soon as the ice is all melted the whole glass gets really cold. If you deny this, you are like the people who deny that tobacco causes whatever

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      Tobacco causes climate denialism. If you don’t believe this, point to anybody who used tobacco before 1850 who isn’t as dead as a doornail.

    • Streetcred says:

      Morgan, CO2 has risen significantly over the past 18 years but there is no corresponding increase in temperature. If you deny this, you are like the people who deny that tobacco causes whatever. Ice affects your brain, stop using it.

    • Sophie says:

      But wouldn’t winds be warmer blowing over water, rather than ice? Isn’t it true that a few hours after the ice has melted in your glass, the water returns to the ambient tempertature? So as the water disperses and mixes, wouldn’t the temperature even out?

  6. Chewer says:

    Maybe these geniuses should hop aboard one of the luxury liner cruises scheduled for 2015 and 2016 😉
    The polar ice seems to have a sense of humor.

    • Frank K. says:

      I wish this graph were published in every newspaper article about “Arctic ice melting”*. The low information citizen (a superset of the group known as the “low information voter”) probably has NO idea that Arctic ice refreezes after the melt minimum in September.

      * This is wishful thinking because newspapers will NEVER publish any facts that go against their left-wing propaganda.

  7. Cheshirered says:

    That didn’t take long. Theory, busted.

  8. tom0mason says:

    They all keep screeching about the Arctic, why?
    Because someone called Hansen said it is important that’s why.
    There is so little reason or logic to it – the long term trend in Arctic ice is mainly determined by the sea water temperature (and the ocean temperature varying with the AMO/PDO changes) and not much else.

  9. Winds, undersea volcanoes, the earth’s tilt, solar irradiation, plenty of causal factors impact the Arctic. Co2 and the non existent Dutch tulip greenhouse effect is not one of them…..warmtards are not only corrupt but mentally ill.

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