Climate scientists have been revising their predictions of Montana glacier disappearance regularly since 1941. They have to. The damn thing refuses to pay attention to global warming/climate change. They’ve revised it recently to 2044, “which is almost a century later than the original forecast,” says Tony Heller of realclimatesciences.com.
It’s like the supposed death of the polar bears. Which also hasn’t happened no matter how fat Al Gore’s bank account continues to grow.
“According to the U.S. Natural Hazard Statistics, in fact, 2018 saw below the 30-year average in deaths not only by tornadoes and hurricanes (way under average) but also from heat, flooding, and lighting. We did experience a slight rise in deaths due to cold.
“Pointing out these sort of things usually elicits the same reaction: Why do you knuckle-dragging troglodytes hate science? Well, because science’s predictive abilities on most things, but especially climate, have been atrocious. But mostly because science is being used as a cudgel to push leftist policy prescriptions without considering economic tradeoffs, societal reality, or morality.”
Not to mention all the people it will impoverish.
Via The Federalist
In which we’ll get to pull our Dodge Grand Caravans on ropes. Or hire horses from the Amish.
It’s for damn sure we won’t be asking for $28.53 gas money from Beto, aka Richie Rich, another asshole from El Paso.
UPDATE: Now Mr. “Born to Run,” aka Robert Francis Domnall Blathmac Tigernmas “Beta” O’Rourke, is taking hits from the left.
MORE: His long-ago kiddie snuff fiction should do him in. Or his own conflicting public statements.
No matter what the weather is. Hot, cold, temperate. Big hurricanes, no hurricanes. So while Minneapolis freezes in the dark, and we escape the frigid blast altogether, and President Trump yearns for warming to come back, the establishment media keeps hammering the message: It’s all global warming.
But, yet. with predictions Manhattan will soon be under water, big media stays near the waterfront—as if they didn’t believe their own reports.
It usually waits in Central Texas to get cold, cold in December and then only for short periods with quick warmups. January is our winter and by mid-February it’s warming up for good.
Not this year. Freezing nights have already been here and more are expected.
No big surprise, says Martin Mlynczak of Nasa’s Langley Research Center:
Very few sunspots on the sun this year means “it could be about to get very cold very quickly…If current trends continue, it could set a new Space Age record for cold…It could happen in a matter of months.”
UPDATE: We’ve been spared the snow so far. We rarely get snow.
“NASA data show that global temperatures dropped sharply over the past two years. Not that you’d know it, since that wasn’t deemed news. Does that make NASA a global warming denier?”
—-Watts Up With That