The Chattering Climate Morons

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The weather.com Climate Disruption Index – 25 U.S. Cities Most Affected by Climate Change

The Weather Channel says that Denver UHI is 23 degrees. That is mindless idiocy, but just for fun, lets run with that number. So why does USHCN only use a 0.1 degree UHI adjustment?

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The closest USHCN station to Denver is at Boulder, which has cooled over the past 60 years.

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The climate in Colorado is just like it has always been. So where do they dig up these morons? The answer is found at the top of the article.

In the face of growing evidence about the effects of climate change — recently bolstered by a study from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration showing there’s been no slowdown in global warming, despite the popular “hiatus” theory — the future landscape looks quite different from today. “The warmest day that we’d see in 20 to 30 years, the record temperature at that time would have no precedent,” explains Michael Mann, Ph.D., director of the Penn State Earth System Science Center. “New records would exceed old records and typical conditions [would] start to resemble what we today consider ‘extreme.’”

Katharine Hayhoe, Ph.D., a climate scientist based out of Texas Tech University, works with cities on their climate preparedness. She said many local governments are much more aware of and proactive about climate change today. “Ten years ago, it used to be a city wouldn’t really have seen anything happen unless it was a city in Alaska,” she said. “Now, they already have a list of ways they’re being impacted by changing climate. All of the impacts are tied to services or infrastructure.”

Mann and Hayhoe mutter complete nonsense, like crazy folk at the insane asylum.

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20 Responses to The Chattering Climate Morons

  1. rah says:

    “Mann and Hayhoe mutter complete nonsense, like crazy folk at the insane asylum.”

    And so what would we call those whom without question or thought agree with what those “crazy folk at the insane asylum” say?

  2. Rosco says:

    I have to concur.

    The evidence of climate change since the 1950’s is just terrifying – I don’t understand how these obviously very worried people can continue living in such a devastated landscape !

  3. sfx2020 says:

    It’s mass hysteria.

  4. hskiprob says:

    People should understand that the earth has to be self regulating, if not we would have far worse weather. Just look what hurricane Joaquin did to south Florida as it blew by here. A five degree change in a few hours, apparently its winds blowing colder air south and warmer air being sucked up through the center into the atmosphere. What does that do to their temperature models. I’m not a scientist but how do you measure something that is constantly changing and expect a reliable result? The government and media can’t even give us a realistic unemployment number, instead providing us with U-3, the number of people on unemployment at the time when calculated and other designations, none of which are the real number.

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey hskiprob! “I’m not a scientist but how do you measure something that is constantly changing and expect a reliable result?”

      The so-called “climate scientists” have a simple method. They take the highest daily temperature (“adjusted” by a secret method) add that to the lowest daily temperature (“adjusted” by a secret method) add them together and divide by two (regardless of how long a duration either temperature had, or whether the air was humid, or filled with snow, or completely dry) and call that the average. They then add all those averages together (“adjusted” by a secret method) weighted by the area of each earlier average (and infilled or interpolated by a secret method, even for some sites that have actual data) and then adjust some more, and so on and so on and so on. When they get a final number, they then ignore that number and make whatever catastrophic claim they wish.

      It sounds complicated, but that last step simplifies the process enormously.

  5. TomE says:

    Hayhoe had better be careful, or at least a little thoughtful before Mark Steyn writes a book about her like he did about Mann.

    • rah says:

      Styen is just getting started on Mann. I think I read that “A Disgrace To the Profession” is just the first of three books he has planned. And then there is what is going to happen in court also.

      Mann may have basically unlimited funds backing his defense but it sure seems like he losing anyway.

  6. Steve Case says:

    “Mann and Hayhoe mutter complete nonsense, like crazy folk at the insane asylum.”

    Their mutterings maybe complete nonsense as you say, but that’s not what’s important.

    What’s important is that a lot of people believe them. That’s the problem.

  7. gseine says:

    I think you’re besmirching the folks in the insane asylums…..they often have rational moments.

  8. Andy DC says:

    It is amazing how the self proclaimed “intelligentsia” talk about global warming and climate change as if they are the gospel fact. Also, how you are a moon landing denying Neanderthal kook if you question the “settled science”.

    But unfortunately for them, we are right and the intelligentsia is wrong.

  9. Chaam Jamal says:

    I did an analysis of USHCN and USCRN data for some stations in Colorado.
    You may find the results of some interest as they support your overall assessment.
    Here is the link.
    http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2631298

  10. When I talk to phony scientists talk about AGW, I feel like I do when talking to a health food store clerk pretending to be a doctor and telling me fructose is toxic. There are no words to describe the profound depths of stupidity.

  11. Dave1billion says:

    “New Orleans is losing ground, fast: Almost 1,900 square miles have disappeared in less than a century.”

    Given that the current land area of the city is 169 square miles I wonder where all of that land went to.

    I live and grew up in the area, but I had NO IDEA that the city had lost so much.

    Just think of the halcyon days of yore, merely a century ago, when New Orleans was twice the size of Rhode Island! What splendors have been lost How much glory has sunk beneath the waves, never to be reclaimed.

    We can only dream of the Lost Wonders of New Orleans, our modern day Atlantis.

    It brings a tear to my eye.

    • hskiprob says:

      Don’t you just love people’s intellect. They do not understand the silt buildup and the effects on water flow. My cousins believe that the mouth will eventually end up on the next river west, I can’t remember the name.

    • Andy DC says:

      I had the good forturne of speaking to a structural engineer that recently inspected the levees that are allegedly protecting New Orleans. He said a storm simialr to Katrina would produce a very similar result if it were to happen today.

    • DD More says:

      25. Newark, New Jersey
      23. Madison, Wisconsin
      22. Lincoln, Nebraska
      18. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
      13. Portland, Oregon
      10. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
      8. St. Paul, Minnesota
      ** 5. Kansas City, Missouri
      2. Minneapolis, Minnesota

      What do these cities have in common? They will all soon be affected by CO2 induced – extreme precipitation and extreme drought

      ** Kansas City, Missouri gets both and extreme flooding too. Lucky them.

      8. St. Paul, Minnesota Population: 294,873
      St. Paul is the first city on our list to be significantly impacted by extreme future drought. “We expect dry places to get drier, wet places to get wetter,” Easterling said. Extreme precipitation will also likely increase, earning this city spot 8 on the list.

      2. Minneapolis, Minnesota Population: 400,070
      Minneapolis could get pummeled from a lot of different angles, making it number 2 on our list. The city itself will be a good deal hotter than rural places close by. It has seen precipitation increase by almost 40 percent since 1958, a trend expected to continue. Drought here will also continue to worsen.

      Notice the different affect shown. Written and Designed by: Michele Berger, she needs to get out a little more and realize they are called the Twin Cities because they are 8 miles downtown to downtown. I thought CO2 was a global gas.

  12. WE ought to storm Hayhoe’s Class… demand answers to her bullshit n lies…

  13. gregole says:

    Phoenix, Arizona didn’t even make the list of top 25 cities to be devastated by Mann-Made Global Warming; and that’s even after being named the “least sustainable city in the world” in an important book written about Phoenix’s lack of sustainability.

    http://makewealthhistory.org/2013/09/23/whats-the-worlds-least-sustainable-city/

    I don’t know whether to laugh or cry; but I’ll tell you this: I think Denver is going to be just fine.

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