Good News: A Cold, Snowy Spring Totally Doesn’t Disprove ‘Climate Change’

Hey, remember when the leaders in the Cult of Climastrology said it wouldn’t be getting as cold?

Meh. Never mind

Four Reasons Snowy Springs Don’t Disprove Global Warming
It’s going to be very cold this weekend in the Northeast. That doesn’t mean the climate isn’t changing.

See, if they just stopped after the subhead, fine. The climate has changed. It has gotten warmer. Just like it has many times during the Holocene (among other epochs). The debate is on causation. But, in Warmist World, it’s all caused by mankind’s carbon pollution

A record-cold “Arctic Blast” is set to hit the East Coast this weekend.

And undoubtedly, some people will point to it and say that it proves global warming isn’t for real.

That’s totally false: categorically, definitely, unequivocally, scientifically false. And yet it’s made over and over and over again by climate denialists and their paid-for politicians in Washington. (snip)

Here, then, is the definitive list of four reasons that cold winters do not disprove global warming.

1. Climate Is Personality, Weather Is a Mood

But, Warmists will still blame every weather event, even nice, pleasant days where you can go have a picnic, on carbon pollution.

2. There Is No ‘Global Warming.’ There’s Global Climate Disruption.

“Global warming” is a nice sounding term, but it’s never been quite accurate.

3. Yes, in Fact, Climate Change Sometimes Makes Winter Worse

Yeah, except when they told us that snow would be a thing of the past and winters would be warmer. Oh, and when winters are warmer, they’ll also blame that on global warming Global Climate Disruption.

4. The Northeastern United States Is Not the World

We’ve seen this talking point, too. Yet, they’ll also make a big deal out of one part of the U.S. being warmer. This is all as far from science as you can get. No matter what it is, they’ll use it to say global warming climate change Global Climate Disruption is happening. Everything is proof of it. A new ice age would be blamed on it. Cult.

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6 Responses to “Good News: A Cold, Snowy Spring Totally Doesn’t Disprove ‘Climate Change’”

  1. Jeffery says:

    No, an unusually cool spring in the US does not invalidate the theory of greenhouse gas global warming.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      We have found it of paramount importance that in order to progress we must recognize our ignorance and leave room for doubt. Scientific knowledge is a body of statements of varying degrees of certainty — some most unsure, some nearly sure, but none absolutely certain.

      –Richard Feynman

    • formwiz says:

      An?

      We have them all the time.

      And CO2 is good for Mother Nature.

  2. drowningpuppies says:

    We are not to tell nature what she’s gotta be. … She’s always got better imagination than we have.

    — Richard Feynman

  3. Dana says:

    February was unusually warm here, while March was unusually cool; the average temperature for March was lower than the average temperature for February.

    However, it had to happen that way, because Punxsutawney Phil predicted an additional six weeks of winter. When February became so warm, he had to get that extra six weeks in somewhere, so he slid it into March and April.

    It was spitting snow on the farm Saturday morning, but there was only a trace of accumulation; the ground was too warm. It’s 40º outside now, with a forecast high of 54º F. That’s right around normal.

  4. Blick says:

    There is no ‘global climate’; climate is regional. Climate is man made definition (abstraction) an average of 30 years weather patterns, temps, ocean currents, land forms, etc. Therefore, climate does not change. The boundaries may shift on the ground but the definition does not change.

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