A very confusing theory
Thank God it has all been explained.
It must be very confusing and increasingly difficult for the warmist faithful to explain away the extraordinary cold we are witnessing everywhere at the moment. We are having yet another surprise cold winter in Europe and the USA, and this one appears to be the coldest in one hundred years. Not that we sceptics have ever thought that one, two three or four swallows make a summer. But we do notice the inane comments from British authorities earlier in the year that children in Britain will grow up never having seen snow.
It’s all a snow job by nature. The reality is, we’re freezing not in spite of climate change but because of it.
When you think of it, Gaia has done this deliberately, to test the warmists faith.
Most forecasts have failed to predict these colder winters, however, because the primary drivers in their models are the oceans, which have been warming even as winters have grown chillier.
Now that this glitch has been worked out, we can look forward to better, updated computer models giving us more accurate weather forecasts. And I predict, if Dr Rajendra Pachauri remains chairman of the UN body, that post hoc rationalisations like this one are bound to end up as a part of the next rigorous, anecdote free peer reviewed IPCC report.
[Thanks to reader Andrew R]
An excellent summary of recent cold weather in the northern hemisphere has been posted by Andrew Bolt. He also has a link to a claim that Britain’s winter is the coldest since 1683 and close to being the chilliest in nearly 1,000 years. Work that out. It must be that pesky global warming, and to think that the cold kills ten times more people than the heat that the warmists constantly fear.