There’s No Better Way To Highlight A Warming World Than Snowmen

We already know that the thousands who’ve descended on Davos, partly to discuss “climate change”, took fossil fueled vehicles and flights (up to 1700 private jets, among them), and are massive climahypocrites. Nothing unusual there. Nor should we be surprised by the photograph that accompanies the UK Guardian story

The first day of the World Economic Forum in Davos was dominated by calls for 2015 to be a year of action on climate change. But while some in the business community worry about sustainability, there is plenty of evidence that the vast bulk of business executives give it no consideration at all.

Apparently, a 0.02C increase in 2014 makes it so hot that we can make snowmen.

Former US vice-president Al Gore teamed up with pop star Pharrell Williams to launch a second round of Live Earth concerts to raise awareness before crucial UN talks in November.

He accused fossil fuel companies in particular of using the atmosphere as “an open sewer” for carbon emissions, which are in danger of driving global warming to ruinous levels.

How’d the two travel to Davos?

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6 Responses to “There’s No Better Way To Highlight A Warming World Than Snowmen”

  1. Jeffery says:

    Water freezes at 0C. Which means it also freezes at -5C. So if a region of the Earth warms from -5C to -4C water will still freeze and we’ll still get snow. Science is weird, huh?

  2. Kevin says:

    What you failed to notice something important about those snowmen, William. Those snowmen are only 99.98% the size of regular snowmen. And it’s because of global warming. We caused it. We did this to those snowmen. WE did it.


  3. Kevin says:

    er, ‘Wait.’, not ‘What’.

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  5. John says:

    And Teach those other warmists the Pentagon and the Pope are they hypocrites also. ?

  6. Nighthawk says:

    I think Col. Potter put it best:

    “The Pentagon, you know, four walls and a spare. The monument to Murphy’s Law.”

    The ‘Pentagon’ relies on government money, my money, to operate so, of course they will go along with whatever the political BS of the day is.

    As for the Pope? He’s an even bigger government, PC sell out than the pentagon is.

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