Warmists Try Exciting New Talking Point: Weather Whiplash

All because you turned on your icemaker and used hair spray

(NBC) The term “weather whiplash” is being invoked to describe the drought-flood cycles beginning to take over the Mississippi and Missouri rivers.

The cause of the maddening weather extremes and their huge and varied consequences is none other than climate change, according to a new report by the climate science communication organization Climate Nexus, and backed by climate researchers.

“I’m using it now to describe the longer term kind of flooding-drying cycles,” said meteorologist Jeff Masters, co-founder and director meteorology at the Weather Underground. “It’s pretty amazing. It used to be only one in three years were flood years. Now it’s almost every year.”

So, no matter what it is, the New Climate Deniers will blame Mankind.

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One Response to “Warmists Try Exciting New Talking Point: Weather Whiplash”

  1. Nate says:

    Weather whiplash: a malady of warmingists brought on by the violent to-and-fro shaking of the head (usually accompanied by vocalizations which sound like the word ‘no’ repeated over and over again) when confronted with real scientific data which shows global warming is a hoax.

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