Today’s Climate Geniuses – Trenberth And Mann

Top climate experts Michael Mann and Kevin Trenberth, told us that the deep snow in the Northeast this year was the result of global warming putting more moisture in the atmosphere. Apparently they lacked access to the Internet, and were unable to find out that this was the coldest and one of the driest winters on record in the Northeast.

Michael Mann is particularly cited for this honor, since he lives here and had no way of knowing that it was cold and dry.

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7 Responses to Today’s Climate Geniuses – Trenberth And Mann

  1. Eliza says:

    AW has put a “major event” posting. They actually got 2 IPCC scientist to debate them. You can tell immediately why warmists avoid debates.
    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2015/05/12/22-very-inconvenient-climate-truths/

  2. omanuel says:

    When receiving federal research funds to deceive the public, it is not necessary to consider actual experimental data.

    To avoid charges of “cherry picking data,” one simply ignores all data and observations.

  3. weatherguru says:

    Subtropical storm Ana was over these record warm waters along with the first-ever recorded CO2 over 400-ppm, and it fizzled. I don’t understand, my computer model said it would become a monster hurricane.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Parts of New England received their record seasonal snowfall this year during a drought. So now we not only getting catastrophic drought/floods, we are now also getting unprecedented Mann-made drought/blizzards! All because of global warming. We are doomed!

  5. inMAGICn says:

    Bishop Ussher would be proud.

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