NOAA – No link between tornadoes and global warming

Whodathunkit? Evidently not everyone who works for NOAA is a warmist. From Fox News we get this gem of a report……

A top official at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) rejected claims by environmental activists that the outbreak of tornadoes ravaging the American South is related to climate change brought on by global warming.

Asked if climate change should be “acquitted” in a jury trial where it stood charged with responsibility for tornadoes, Carbin replied: “I would say that is the right verdict, yes.” Because there is no direct connection as yet established between the two? “That’s correct,” Carbin replied.

Yes, it appears he just told all the ecoloons who are trying to baffle the pubic with bullshit and connect global warming to the recent outbreak of tornadoes that they’re wrong-wrong-wrong!

Now we’ll have to wait and see if some warmer scumbag costs this honest gentleman his job because he’s not being PC about global warming by trying to stir people up with lies.

You can read the whole article at the source below.

Source: Fox News


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2 responses to “NOAA – No link between tornadoes and global warming

  1. Jerry

    The number one technique of propoganda is to call the opponent names. The idea is that if you do not have a good convincing argument then the name calling will cause readers to side with the writer rather than the opponent. I would like to see those who do not believe in human caused global warming to take the high road here and stop using such terms as “ecoloons”, “warmer scumbag” and the like. Let us emphasize winning the argument by reason, logic and scientific data and not cheap name calling.

  2. You don’t bring a knife to a gunfight and being nice doesn’t win when you’re dealing with left-leaning people who have no compunction about making ad hominem attacks and worse. You do it your way, I’ll do it my way (makes me think of Frank Sinatra). But thanks for your concern.