Bummer: NOAA Demolishes Warmist Meme Of Anthropogenic Extreme Weather

Warmists love to blame every single weather occurrence, big or small, on “climate change”. To be clear, when they say “climate change”, they’re referring to the notion that all weather changes and a slight (1.4F) increase in global temperatures in 160 years are caused mostly/solely by Mankind. As for 2013, NOAA says “nope. You guys are nuts”

(Forbes) Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have demolished claims by global warming activists that global warming caused or worsened many extreme weather events last year.

According to NOAA’s new publication, Explaining Extremes of 2013 from a Climate Perspective, there is no discernible connection between global warming and 2013 extreme weather events such as the California drought, Colorado floods, the UK’s exceptionally cold spring, a South Dakota blizzard, Central Europe floods, a northwestern Europe cyclone, and exceptional snowfall in Europe’s Pyrenees Mountains.

The California drought provides a good example of global warming activists making false and irresponsible claims regarding global warming to deliberately mislead people who aren’t familiar with scientific studies and evidence. The liberal Center for American Progress and its media allies such as the Washington Post, San Jose Mercury News, Associated Press, and others have all published stories claiming global warming caused or worsened the ongoing California drought. Scientists, however, say just the opposite. “[F]or the California drought, which was investigated by three teams from the United States, human factors were found not to have influenced the lack of rainfall,” NOAA reported in an accompanying press release.

The report further goes on to explain that cold spring in the UK of 2013 had nothing to do with “climate change”. Remember, Warmists now like to blame cold weather on “climate change”, you know, because Someone Else drove fossil fueled vehicles.

And the Colorado floods in September 2013? Nope, no human fingerprint.

Adding additional emphasis to the NOAA publication’s findings, scientists reported in the peer-reviewed Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences that natural factors such as ocean current cycles and varying wind patterns caused most of the warming along the U.S. West Coast since 1900.

One of the many problems with the Cult Of Hotcoldwetdry is that they’ve over-reached with their cult. They like to blame and/or link everything to “climate change”, from heat waves to massive blizzards. They’ve created this fantasy world where slight increases in carbon dioxide, what they refer to as “carbon pollution”, has caused all this, and is dooming Mankind (many Warmists want significant human population reduction), life on land and in the seas, and the Earth itself. It’s quite apparent that this is more about politics, creating a fully Progressive government and society, not science.

Of course, we all know that Warmists will find a way to deny this NASA report.

Crossed at Right Wing News.

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7 Responses to “Bummer: NOAA Demolishes Warmist Meme Of Anthropogenic Extreme Weather”

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  2. Alex says:

    Possible typo in headline? (NASA instead of NOAA)

    • Michael says:

      If you’re not aware, NOAA, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is THE foremost authority on weather matters. No other entity has, and has analyzed, the amount of data worldwide that they have.

  3. Whoops! Good catch. Fixing.

  4. John says:

    Teach while it is true that the planet has warmed 1.6F in the last 160 years 1.0F of that has occurred since 1970
    It seems as though the rate of increase is increasing even as some claim a pause

  5. Jeffery says:

    The lead author is from NOAA.

    This study was based on computer modeling.

    In the actual 108 page NOAA document the authors conclude that events in the Pacific were definitely dependent on AGW, and there was insufficient evidence to attribute most events in the US and Europe to AGW.

    If there is no global warming, how do you attribute the extreme events in the Pacific to it? If it’s all computer mumbo-jumbo, why do you accept the modeling data that supports your beliefs?

    If climate scientists are part of the hoax, why would they conclude some events are not attributable to AGW?

  6. david7134 says:

    Jeff,
    The reason for discrepancy is one I frequently see in science. Big names will take on an issue, like the cholesterol issue I have referenced before. When the science begins to break down and people discover the hoax in the original data and articles, then the big names will start with statements and articles to cover their asses.

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