Hmm, kinda wish I had seen this unhinged article by the AP’s Seth Borenstein earlier this morning when I posted “People Pretty Upset Over Unintentional Earth Hours” regarding the outages from the crazy storms last Friday. This is what Borenstein is pushing
If you want a glimpse of some of the worst of global warming, scientists suggest taking a look at U.S. weather in recent weeks.
Yada yada yada. We’ve already been through all this sort of silliness so many times when Warmists said “cold weather is no proof against anthropogenic global warming: it’s simply weather” (at least until they figured out how to blame “climate change” for cold and snow), but still blamed every hot day, thunderstorm, tornado, and hurricane on some guy named Al who drives a big gas guzzling limo. We could talk about all the failures of the climate models and so on, but, what about
(CBS News) From North Carolina to New Jersey, nearly 1.8 million people still without electricity were asking the same question Monday evening: Why will it take so long to get the lights back on?
Nearly three full days after a severe summer storm lashed the East Coast, utilities warned that many neighborhoods could remain in the dark for much of the week, if not beyond.
I’m rather repeating myself to some degree from this morning, but, that’s what global warming legislation looks like. Power outages. People without AC (and heating, as we saw in Britain and much of Europe/West Asia this winter). Rolling brownouts and blackouts. Power stations unable to hold the power load, because there are too few coal plants trying to provide the peak power not being provided by solar and wind.