For the past month or two every time it’s hot someplace or there’s flooding or a drought we here the shrillness of the “warmers” increase to ear-splitting levels that it’s global warming and it’s unprecedented robust proof that anthropogenic global warming is real and soon we’ll all be hotter than Al Gore’s pants when there’s a masseuse in the room.
Meanwhile, they “conveniently” ignore any cooling trends such as the record cold in South America this winter with cattle and people freezing to death, record snow levels and even snow in places where there is no human memory of it ever snowing. They also screech about warming in the oceans, yet “conveniently” forget that we’re entering an El Niño period and there’s going to be a lot of cooling in the oceans.
I pretty much think the New York Times Dot Earth is geared towards warmers, or at least it has been up until now. On today’s Dot Earth we now have an article that links to a study by the American Meteorological Society that repudiates all the screaming and hollering about all the weather related events of late, such as the heat wave in Russia having anything whatsoever to do with global warming, anthropogenic or not.
The pull of the “ front-page thought” and the eagerness of climate campaigners to jog the public have sometimes created a tendency to tie mounting losses from weather-related disasters to human-driven global warming.
But finding a statistically robust link between such disasters and the building human climate influence remains a daunting task. A new analysis of nearly two dozen papers assessing trends in disaster losses in light of climate change finds no convincing link.
Hear that people? NO CONVINCING LINK. AKA: It’s all “warmer” bullshit designed to lead you down the primrose path of all things, regardless whether it is hot or cold, wet or dry, or you name it, are proof positive of global warming.
More CO2 Insanity.
Source: NYT Dot Earth