New York Times Spouts Mindless Drivel About Skiing

Rising Temperatures Threaten Fundamental Change for Ski Slopes

NEWBURY, N.H. — Helena Williams had a great day of skiing here at Mount Sunapee shortly after the resort opened at the end of November, but when she came back the next day, the temperatures had warmed and turned patches of the trails from white to brown.

Climate Change Threatens Ski Industry’s Livelihood –

No fact checking permitted at the New York Times. New Hampshire winter temperatures have been declining since 1895. The past winter was the eighth warmest on record, after 1912-1913, 1927-1928, 1932-1933, 1936-1937, 1948-1949, 1952-1953, and 2001-2002

The previous winter had record snowfall. CO2 turned the NYT into a newt.

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5 Responses to New York Times Spouts Mindless Drivel About Skiing

  1. chris y says:

    The NYT admitted earlier this year with an article headline that accurately represented both itself and its readers-

    “We’re All Climate Change Idiots”, back on July 21st in the NYT Sunday Review section.


  2. Dave G says:

    I noticed when the Qatar meetings started, this dribble picked up big time all over the media, desperation cries

  3. higley7 says:

    We all know that one warm day constitutes a warming trend. Just like the Univ of Iowa football team claimed a winning streak after winning ONE game!!!!!

    The nice part about having only a single point on a plot is that you can run a line through it in any direction you please.

    I took a 2 week ski trip in New Hampshire back in the winter of 1977-8, at the coldest of that cold period. It rained for the first 3 days, in January, no less, and that means that it was above freezing. Then, it froze up solid and we ski/skated for 10 days. WIld skiing with little control!

  4. Andy DC says:

    No snow=global warming
    Snow=global weirding cause by global warming.
    Aren’t I clever? I deserve a Nobel Prize!

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