The Bryan Walsh Permanent Drought

During 2012, shortly after announcing the demise of winter (see the post below this one)  -Bryan Walsh of Time Magazine also announced the demise of rain.

ScreenHunter_5926 Jan. 10 21.31U.S. Drought: No Respite Soon and Why It Won’t Be the Last |

Shortly after he made that announcement, the drought ended, and the US became wetter than normal.

ScreenHunter_5925 Jan. 10 21.28

Bryan has demonstrated that he has no idea what he is talking about, which likely lines him up as Obama’s next press secretary.

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7 Responses to The Bryan Walsh Permanent Drought

  1. SMS says:

    Mr. Walsh is just another useful idiot for the alarmist crowd. Problem is….there sure are a lot of useful idiots for the alarmist crowd.

    • omanuel says:

      More than any other blogger, Steven Goddard aka Tony Heller is exposing the “Red Matrix of Deceit” Stalin and other frightened world leaders designed “to save themselves and the world from nuclear annihilation” in 1945 by:

      1. Uniting Nations and National Academies of Science worldwide

      2. Paying geophysicists to hide Neutron Repulsion – the energy that destroyed Hiroshima

      As explained on p. 3 of this paper (under review), neutron repulsion is increasingly important in all atoms (planets, stars and galaxies) heavier than ~150 amu (atomic mass units):

      Click to access 20150106Solar_Energy_For_Review.pdf

      The US National Academy of Sciences used the AGU (American Geophysical Union) to block disclosure of neutron repulsion in natural nuclear reactors, cores of planets, and the Sun.

      Neutron repulsion generates only ~10 MeV per neutron in particles lighter than ~150 amu, but increases when neutrons are confined in the cores of particles heavier than ~150 amu.

  2. Gail Combs says:

    The Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) says:

    The annual anomaly of the global average surface temperature for the year 2014 (i.e. the combined average of the near-surface air temperature over land and the sea surface temperature) is estimated at +0.27°C* above the 1981-2010 average, likely to become the warmest record for the 124-year period since 1891 (Figure 1).

    *Note that this figure (hence its rank in the record, either) is still subject to change, because at the moment of this announcement it is only a preliminary result that was calculated based on temperature observations for the period of January to NOVEMBER in 2014.

    The final report on the global temperature for 2014 is scheduled to be published early in February 2015.

    Give all the record cold and snow, deaths, building collapses, transportation disruption both this winter and last winter, I wonder how the “Hottest Year EVAH!” will go over with the Japanese.

    Seems the Japan Times ran this: Learn from climate change’s instructive past yesterday.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Heavy snowfall in Saudi Arabia.

      • nielszoo says:

        Wow! The rare and elusive Cryo Camel (humpus frigidecae.) I’m amazed. He must have hit it with his truck because according to the legends they’re too slippery to catch. If you can find one of them maybe there’s hope for finding the unicorns the warmists so desperately need to power everything.

        • Dave G says:

          LOL. Do the Cryo Camels also have to listen to people yelling Hump Day? Because that’s what they do (according to GEICO anyway).

  3. gator69 says:

    What was that saying about ‘better to be thought a fool’? 😆

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