Learning To Think Like A Climate Expert

The winter of 2012 was very warm in the US, and had record low Arctic sea ice cover. Subsequent years have had more Arctic sea ice, and much colder winters.

From this information, climate experts like White House science czar John Holdren have concluded that missing sea ice makes winters in the US cold, which is the exact opposite of what the data indicates.  They do this, because they have the IQ of a turnip.

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13 Responses to Learning To Think Like A Climate Expert

  1. LeeHarvey says:

    That is one stupid turnip.

  2. Stephen Richards says:

    You insult turnips with gay abandon. That’s hardly fair …… on the turnips.

  3. theyouk says:

    Agreed. Why all the anti-turnip sentiment? I mean, it’s one thing to say ‘turnips are dumb’ (I’ve never been able to sustain a conversation with one); it’s an exponentially larger insult to compare a turnip to John Holdren. This may spur an uprising of the turnips (“The Turnip Rebellion”?). Could get ugly. To be safe, I’d suggest forging a defensive alliance with the yams.

    Sorry–not much sleep here…

  4. Steve Case says:

    I don’t know what Dr. John Holdren’s IQ is, but I do know that he thinks most people have very low IQs and will willingly believe his bullshit.

    • Jimbo says:

      Holdren is the man who predicted an ice age in the 1970s. No one believed him then, no one believes him now. He is an utter failure in a position of failure.

      • Dave N says:

        So did Schneider, and Lamb. If you ask Kook and Nutter, they will either say that these prominent climate scientists never said that (even though they are on record saying it a number of times), or they did not exist.

  5. philjourdan says:

    AGW causes all things. That is why it is responsible for warm and cold.

  6. Adrian_O says:

    I find your comment insulting to the turnip. The turnip is very sensitive to temperature, deciding whether to flower or to harden up based on that.

    John Holdren is basically unaware of temperatures.

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