Monday, December 16, 2013


I am reminded ad nauseam that the world is warming and it's my fault but I deny it and blame you.  I'm just following in Barack Obama's perpetual  Bart Simpson routine (I didn't do it, nobody saw me and you can't prove anything.)  I find a problem with this.  A few days ago, the coldest temperature in recorded was posted.  A mind numbing 135.6 below Zero in Antarctica within the last few of days.  The previous record was about 128.8 below.  Can you imagine what the wind chill would have been? 

December's storm that is still affecting the county and has set a ton of cold records across the USA.   In Australia, there have been record high temperatures while the frigid cold here .  The truth is, that record highs and lows are an incredibly misleading  way to track climate change.   The latest "global warming" hyperbole is that we're going to have 30 years of horrible ice storms all over the world.  Geeeeze, can you climate guys get your stinking act together even once in a while?

Every year, record highs and lows are recorded all over the earth and have been since records have been kept.  There is, in fact, no time on earth even before recorded history that has not experienced climate change.  The difference today, is that Al Gore has been able to capitalize on this bovine  and racked in millions while living his thousand-person carbon life-style, to which I wish to become accustomed.

And while contemplating how I could follow in AlGore's (space intentionally deleted in name) footsteps and pocket those same millions I was perusing Google Earth.  I discovered that if you put the island of Papeete just about dead center of your Google Earth picture, it becomes apparent that the earth, from one perspective, is very nearly all water on it's surface and we humans are not nearly as smart as we think we are.  Temperatures recorded on satellites above ocean surfaces have remained relatively  stable and  have added to the questionable veracity of climate modeling to date.

The "global warming" modeling by so-called climate geniuses has been incredible inaccurate.  The predictions by those models have been unendingly forecasting massive and continuous cataclysmic hurricanes for the past several years.  Just recently, it was reported that this year's number of hurricanes and there intensity has been one of the fewest and least damaging in recent history.  So much for those computers and their programmers.  Huge financial government grants can turn any scientist's head.

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