Here We Go: Even More Climate Astrology In The Face Of Blizzard

There is no F***ing way in hell I am referring to it as N**o, as those crazy people at the Weather Channel do, and a few other fools. Anyhow, here’s the NY Times

A re-examination of the interrelationships between weather patterns like Friday’s impending blizzard in the Northeast, greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. [Union of Concerned Scientists]

The very fact that fact that they use a completely unscientific term, “climate change”, shows that this is not about science. The Huffington Post delves deeper into the UCS politicization of, well, can we really call this science?

The Union of Concerned Scientists has posted an informative breakdown on the connections between the winter storm bearing down on the Northeast and the planet’s changing climate.

It’s Cold and My Car is Buried in Snow. Is Global Warming Really Happening?,” notes that storms like this one — a classic Nor’easter — are well-known to residents along the nation’s North Atlantic coast. But shifts in the climate due in large part, most scientists say, to burning fossil fuels, are likely to make such storms even more fierce and frequent.

So, according to Warmist doctrine, when the ice age was here it never snowed.

Newsbusters catches another unhinged Warmist blaming “climate change”

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Comment by Gumball_Brains
2013-02-09 16:36:31

most scientists say, to burning fossil fuels, are likely to make such storms even more fierce and frequent.

which scientists?

“to burning fossil fuels”… please write a coherent sentence.

burning fossil fuels to make storms more fierce and frequent.

So, how many of these N’Oresters have we had this storm season? 3?
And,… how is normal snowfall considered fierce?

sigh. idiots on parade.

Comment by Kevin
2013-02-09 23:15:00

I guess there’s a reason it’s called ‘climatology’ and not ‘climatonomy’.

Comment by William Teach
2013-02-10 10:05:07

Perhaps it should be “climastrology”…hey, I’m going to have to use that more.


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