Snow In The South Doesn’t Mean Climate Change Is A Hoax Or Something

Let’s be clear: when you get big snows, or snows in places like Atlanta, sure, people will use that to poo poo anthropogenic climate change. In exactly the same way Warmists will use a hot day, rain, thunderstorms, tornadoes, basically any and every weather event to shriek about a doomed world. Or, this from Excitable Newsweek


Snowfall in Florida and Texas was a surprise for many across the country. It may have been particularly surprising because of the seeming contrast with globally rising temperatures. But odd snow events don’t disprove climate change—for a few simple reasons. 

First of all, weather and climate are two very different things. 

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Weather indicates the short-term weather conditions—which can change minute-to-minute, hour-to-hour, day-to-day and season-to-season, according to NASA. Climate is all the various factors of weather that are averaged over a longer period of time. For instance, climate might be what you expect, like a very hot summer, but the actual weather could be a hot day with a thunderstorm.


Perhaps they should explain this to the rest of the Warmists, who blame every weather even on carbon pollution. I bet if I searched I could find lots of Newsweek articles showing Newsweek confusing weather with climate and blaming Mankind.

Of course, the article does go on to whine about CO2 being the control knob, doom from sea rise, agriculture being soon destroyed which means food price rises, etc, leading to

Snow may be more common in some places despite warming temperatures, which is an active point of research for climate scientists, according to Blunden. Changes in the Arctic could lead to more polar air “spilling” southward—which would cause cold air to spread down into lower altitudes. 

Yes, they are now blaming cold weather on mankind and carbon pollution.

Let’s be clear, yet again: the debate is on causation, not warming.

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One Response to “Snow In The South Doesn’t Mean Climate Change Is A Hoax Or Something”

  1. Blick says:

    Hahahaha, Climate is an average of weather. Climate is a manmade concept. Nature does not average anything. Climate is a human observation not nature.

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