Snow In Sahara Desert Totally Proves Global Warming Or Something

Is there anything that doesn’t prove anthropogenic global warming/climate change in the anti-science minds of Warmists?

From the article

Increasingly frequent snowfalls in the Sahara Deseret are evidence of the much talked about global warming trend, just like the unusually warm winters in Russia, bitter cold spells in the US and floods in Europe, Head of Russia’s Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring Roman Vilfand told TASS.

On January 7, snow blanketed the Sahara Desert north of Algeria’s city of Ain Sefra. The snow cover was about 40cm deep but melted by night. A year earlier, in December 2016, snow fell in the region for the first time since 1979.

“Such situations, including snowfalls in Sahara, a long cold spell in North America, very warm weather in the European part of Russia and sustained rains which sparked flooding in Western European countries, have been occurring more frequently. The high recurrence of these extreme (weather) conditions stems from global warming. It is not just my standpoint, but an opinion shared by members of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change,” Vilfand said.

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6 Responses to “Snow In Sahara Desert Totally Proves Global Warming Or Something”

  1. I am glad that they got some snow. That area doesn’t get much water.

  2. Jeffery says:

    Is there anything that doesn’t prove anthropogenic global warming/climate change

    You can’t “prove” AGW/climate change, but as evidence continues to accumulate that human generated CO2 is causing the Earth to warm, it becomes less reasonable to deny.

    Is it feasible that global changes in climate will be responsible for changes in local weather patterns? The scientists who study such things say yes and their arguments seem more solid than the opposition who claim that snow falsifies the theory.

    • McGehee says:

      So, the science isn’t settled?

      • Jeffery says:

        Science is never completely settled although it’s pretty well settled that the Earth is warming from man-made CO2. But new discoveries might change the scientific consensus! It’s just unlikely. It’s always open.

        Medical scientists might discover that smoking tobacco DOESN’T cause cancer – maybe they discover it’s caused by a new growth factor released from the pituitary when eyes detect a brief flash, for example when one lights a cigarette. It’s just unlikely.

        The relatively new science of epigenetics (covalent changes in nucleotides not related to changing the DNA sequence) is modifying the central dogma of biology, with the astounding concept that some of these changes could be heritable! Thirty years ago this idea would have heretical to molecular biologists. But new evidence can generate new hypotheses and change the consensus!

        So there’s hope for global warming “skeptics”! Maybe there are physical processes yet to be discovered that are causing the Earth to warm rapidly! But scientists are a remarkably conservative lot and have to rely on the evidence at hand.

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