Fewer Shark Attacks NOT Blamed On Global Warming

I think they missed the narrative. It used to be that when it was hot, it was global warming, when it was cold, it was weather. Then they changed it to when it is hot, it is global warming, when it is cold, it is because of global warming. So, when shark attacks surge, it is global warming, when they dip, it is because of global warming.

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5 Responses to “Fewer Shark Attacks NOT Blamed On Global Warming”

  1. John Ryan says:

    Teach I think finally you may be grasping the full implications of global climate change. I still remember how surprised you were to learn that increased snow fall in the interior of Antartica or the northern interior of Alaska might be attributed to global warming. Do you remember ? Both are deserts, having less than 10′ of percipitation per year.

  2. John Ryan says:

    sorry that should be less than 10″ inches which is how a desert is typically defined

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  4. bobiscold says:

    I am convinced the sharks were all preoccupied trying to be appointed to the IL Senate seat. Oh sorry wrong sharks. But I do know that say very cold weather and global cooling is caused by global warming is like eating a steak to prove you are a vegetarian.

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