piytar denies. And then re-denies, just in case:
depressed in 06 has an anecdote that disproves everything:
Just more lies. They never stop.
And even if true, did the world end in 1880? Nope. So who cares?
Didn’t I just see stories of people freezing in Buenos Aires.Yes, because global warming can never cause anything to be too cold!
DoughtyOne is also not too hot, so nothing is going on:
yefragetuwrabrumuy does some commons sense science, the truthiest kind:
Here in Glendale, California, on the northern border of Los Angeles, we have had one of the most mild first half of the year spells, I’ve ever witnessed.
June Gloom is a term coined to describe the onshore marine layer that frequently blankets the Southland during that month. This year, between 80 to 90% of the days since January 1st, have been these types of days, or simply cold due to winter weather.
We’ve had our air conditioner on twice this year. We haven’t had our heater on that I can remember.
The weather has been very mild, not too cold and not too hot.
I’ve had two of the lowest power bills I’ve had in the last seven years.
Other parts of the nation may be seeing hot weather, hotter than usual, but every single year records are set somewhere. That’s just life.
PROCON likes some statistics, but not others:
So importantly, extrapolate this to Earth. What does it mean if the summers are unusually hot, yet the winters are unusually cold?
It obviously means that our greenhouse effect, caused by our thermosphere, is much weaker than normal. Conversely, if Earth had a greater greenhouse effect, things would just be a little bit warmer year around, but summers would be cooler than normal, and winters would be warmer than normal.
And this is real climate change. Whatever the opposite of the greenhouse effect is, we are experiencing it. And there is not a single thing we can do about it.
Thanks Jack, it’s funny how true statistics don’t lie!I guess True Statistics go hand in hand with Real Americans.