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May 20, 2014

And Now They're Back To Confusing Weather and Climate

They just can't help themselves, I guess.

Any, again, by "they" I mean Scaife's editorial board - his braintrust.

Take a look at what they published this morning:
More chicken squawking: Theologians of the Church of Global Warming gathered in Pittsburgh on Monday. Before a conference sponsored by Allegheny County and Pitt, Penn State oceanography professor Raymond Najjar told the Trib that the Keystone State summers will feel more like Virginia, even if carbon emissions are not reduced. Be very afraid. And pay no attention to frost advisories on May 19 or forecasts of a cooler summer in the region. [Bolding in original] 
See that?  The long term predictions of raising temperatures by legitimate climate science is to be doubted because there were local frost advisories on one day in May - or that this summer might be cooler.

Meanwhile in reality across the globe, the first quarter of this year (January - March, 2014) has been the seventh warmest since 1880.

(But that can't possibly be true because yesterday there was frost on my car.)

2 comments:

Heir to the Throne said...

Bill Nye Blamed the CA Drought on anthropogenic climate change.
Jerry Brown blamed the CA fires on anthropogenic climate change.

Ol' Froth said...

And your point is? The reason I ask is that California's drought is now into its fourth year, and the state is the driest its been in centuries. That's a long term trend, which is climate, not weather. http://www.ibtimes.com/current-california-drought-driest-states-history-scientists-fear-megadroughts-their-way-1548912