Learning To Be A Climate Expert

If you are a climate expert working for a US government agency, this is “record low ice extent, which peaked a month ago.”

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If you are a climate expert working for a US government agency, this is a dangerous warming trend – with last year being the hottest ever.

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If you are a climate expert working for a US government agency, this is dangerous sea level rise which threatens California

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Only one skill is required to be a government climate expert – the willingness to lie to push the White House agenda.

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15 Responses to Learning To Be A Climate Expert

  1. Gail Combs says:

    Meanwhile it is 21 °F in the piedmont/mid North Carolina The record low for this date was 20 °F in 1966. Since that record is at the old station I looked at the old station. it is currently 20.2 °F @ 7:30 AM (The new station was moved to a newly built airport ~ 15 years ago.)

    • James Strom says:

      Gail, I’m in Falls Church, and I had 22° F at 04:00 today. To soon even to think about setting out the annuals.

  2. sully says:

    Seems to me that the elder folks are more experts. This new breed of doom and gloom climate scientist should spend more time out in the real world.

  3. Ronald says:

    Climate change is directly related to how hot their computers get in air conditioned rooms. They are afraid of having to change clothes depending on the weather.

    What amazes me is if you look at the doom and gloom worst case scenario is it turns chicago average temperatures to Louisville, Kentucky and Lousiville to Dallas. Last I checked Chicagoans would kill for weather like Louisville, Kentucky during thw winter and people are thriving in Major metropolitan areas like Houston, Dallas and Mexico City.

  4. norilsk says:

    I highly recommend this video.

  5. aaron says:

    Sully’s correct, old people just feel bad because they got to drive around in station wagons the size of grey hound busses with worse full economy.

    • gator69 says:

      My 1969 Buick GS 400 convertible and others like it have saved the planet for the kiddies. The added CO2 is helping to increase crop yields and making for a milder climate.

      No need to thank me, it has been a Hell of a ride.

  6. Tab Numlock says:

    They’re just being optimistic. Everyone likes nice weather. Then there’s that 100,000 yr glacial age that’s looming. Whistling past the graveyard.

  7. doohmax says:

    Speaking of dangerous California sea level rise. Shouldn’t there be lots of old photos of the Santa Monica pier from the early to mid 1900s to use to compare sea level then and now? If things are getting dangerous in California, then there should be a noticeable difference in sea level on the pier supports.

    • gator69 says:

      Santa Monica Pier Aquarium is an aquarium in Santa Monica, California, located beneath the Santa Monica Pier, adjacent to the Pacific Ocean. Since 2003, it is operated by Heal the Bay, a nonprofit organization. It was formerly known as the Ocean Discovery Center and was operated by UCLA.

      As Heal the Bay’s marine education facility, it is open to the general public and attracts more than 65,000 visitors from around the world per year (approximately 15,000 are students). This facility offers educational programs, activities, and special events dedicated to marine conservation, pollution prevention, and environmental education.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santa_Monica_Pier_Aquarium

      I haven’t heard of any plans to move the aquarium, in fact, they just spent five years updating the interior.

      I also know of a retired school teacher who lives in a apartment on the beach just steps from the pier and aquarium, and she too does not seem worried about the rising sea level. I believe her apartment is located in the building with the red roof

      https://www.google.com/maps/place/Santa+Monica+Pier+Aquarium/@34.0088958,-118.4957297,320m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m2!3m1!1s0x0:0xf460480df15ef3ac

    • Menicholas says:

      Doohmax,
      There are indeed photos readily identifiable places on the shorelines of California and many other locations, and from much longer ago than the mid 20th century too.
      In every one of them, one would be hard pressed to spot any significant change in the level of the ocean.
      I am certain of one other thing…if any such photos did exist which, when compared to recent photos, clearly showed a rising ocean, you can bet it would be front page news on every MSM publication in the world, and would be Exhibit A on every warmista website and blog which spouted sea level rise as an ongoing and imminent catastrophe.
      There is not such photographic evidence of sea level rise, and in fact there are many places around the country and around the world where very old structures are very near the beach…exactly where they were a hundred or more years ago.
      In many places, coastal flooding is so rare and unusual , and the homes and businesses near the sea so old and well established, that when the inevitable flooding events do occur, it is greeted with disbelief and taken as proof positive that something is changing, rather than as it should be taken…that living near the ocean is dangerous because big storms and extreme high tides and surges can, do, and always have occurred.
      Look at the events and damage from Sandy as one vivid and recent example of this.

      And yet, was there any thought given to not rebuilding those structures that were damaged? Is this ever considered after a storm wrecks a community built low and close to the sea? If sea level was rising quickly and if this rise was accelerating, would it not be literally insane to just rebuild in place such damaged areas?
      Actions speak louder than words, and the actions taken after storms ravage coastal communities speak loudly and clearly as to the actual fears that the oceans are rising quickly.

  8. Steve Case says:

    The overall rate of sea level rise at NAS Alameda is 0.6 mm/yr since 1940. For the last 30 years that rate has been a minus -0.11 mm/yr.

    I routinely find articles in the “Press” that say California can expect a meter of sea level rise by 2100. If comments are allowed I state the facts like above, It’s not unusual to have my comment deleted.

  9. SxyxS says:

    If you are a climate expert working for a US agency,telling the truth will make you lose your job,no matter how talented and skilled you are.
    But if you are willing to tell their lies you need zero qualification to keep your job forever.

    that”s how it works

  10. DD More says:

    If you are a climate expert working for a US government agency, this is “record low ice extent, which peaked a month ago.”

    Now Tony, you just do not understand. That was the peak, followed by a slight plunge with a very high minimum and an early rebound to a new peak. May have to call them 2015 maximum and 2015A maximum.

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