Climate Superstition Is Weaponizing The Ignorant


Tornado activity has been near record lows, so Bloomberg wants you to forget about them and focus on The Empire State Building being struck by lightning as evidence of “climate change.”

It’s largely our own fault.


The Empire State Building actually gets struck by lightning an average of once every four days.


Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions

Every short term rainfall record in the US occurred before 1980. In 1956, Maryland received over an inch of rain in one minute.


Extreme Weather: A Guide & Record Book – Christopher C. Burt – Google Books

Then the geniuses at Bloomberg claim that 8-10 inches of rain in 12 hours in West Virginia is a “1,000 years rain.”


Forget Tornadoes. Rain Bombs Are Coming for Your Town – Bloomberg

In 1943, West Virginia had almost 14 inches of rain in one hour. Apparently that must have been more than 1,000 years ago. Pennsylvania had 34 inches of rain in 12 hours in 1942.

Climate alarmists are no different from 16th century Europeans who burned 15,000 witches for “cooking the weather.” They observe ordinary events, and convince themselves that it is unprecedented and somebody’s fault.

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19 Responses to Climate Superstition Is Weaponizing The Ignorant

  1. OrganicFool says:

    “The evidence shows that the sky is coming down on our heads” – Chicken Little.

  2. Steve Case says:

    If Mrs. Clinton wins in November, the bullshit will continue for a very long time.

    • Gail Combs says:

      It certainly will be raining Bupkis day and night as the MSM tries to run cover for all her messes.

      Then the geniuses at Bloomberg claim that 8-10 inches of rain in 12 hours in West Virginia is a “1,000 years rain.”

      I can remember rains in West Virgina (maybe around 1979) that flooded the cave we were in and I had to drive over a flooded bridge to get to high ground. Water was high enough that it was coming up through the fuel pedal in my diesel PK-Up.

      We made it to a resturant on the other side and parked only to watch a complete house being swept OVER the bridge by the river ~10 to 15 minutes later. The road we had been on was also flooded.

      Still gives me nightmares.

  3. Colorado Wellington says:

    Weaponized stupidity, my favorite concept explaining the ongoing success of the “progressive” world view. Whenever I start questioning if it’s universally true, I only need to open the daily papers to lay my doubts to rest.

    • Gail Combs says:

      All you have to do is read Robin’s Invisible Serfs Collar to realize American Stupity is a deliberat move used to return us to serfdom.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        True, but it is a phenomenon of the entire Western civilization.

        The Frankfurt School is winning.

        • Gail Combs says:

          One thing that was done was to silence the Church and/or subvert it.

          We can thank LBJ and his “501c3 tax-exempt religious organizations. that silenced the voice of local towns very effectively.

          Trump, a short while back, had a closed door meeting with ~40 Christian religious leaders. He asked why they would not support him and they said they do but they can not speak because of 501c3.

          He was unaware of that and now says that is one of the changes he wants to make in the tax code. I was quite surprized when he specifically addressed it in his acceptance speech.

          I wanted to put up a Stefan Molyneux talk about atheism/Christianinty and philosophy where Stefan has come to the realization that Christianinty and not atheism + philosophy is necessary for Western Civilization to continue existing. (The Progressives having agressively used atheism by filling the vacuum left by removing God with Big Bother the State.) Stefan is a Libertarian, a philosopher and an atheist so that is a big mea culpa.

          I could not find that video so I am going to put up this talk instead. (I sure hope these guys are correct.)

          • cdquarles says:

            In the meantime, if churches want to speak politically, and they should be careful doing so, they should form 501c4s for that, if I am remembering correctly.

  4. Winnipeg Boy says:

    That has to be an “Onion” headline.
    Literate people would not write such things unless they were joking.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      I would think so but literacy is not a requirement in progressive journalism. Actually, it most likely will get you fired.

      It could be a clever subterfuge, though. There were cases in the Soviet Bloc of writers testing how outrageously stupid things they can get past the censors. If their cover was good, the sky was the limit to the ideological stupidity that got published.

  5. Don says:

    “Rain bombs”. Oh my.

  6. Norman says:

    Great work! I found similar material and was posting it on Skeptical Science a few years ago but they did not like the content and had me banned. It seems their policy of banning anyone who does not agree with them is working against them. New posts might have just one or two comments. The “Echo Chamber” is growing quiet.

    I have done lots of research on historical weather and I would agree with you. There is no evidence of increasing severe or dangerous weather events. By connecting Climate Change with each and every bad weather event, the media is slowly converting the average person to a frightened fanatic. Your work against this zombification of the masses is of high value to keep the system free!

    • Steve Case says:

      I’ve been banned at SkepticalScience since December 2012.

      • Norman says:

        Steve Case

        I found the post that got you banned. Not sure why they used this one against you.

        YOU: Steve Case at 21:00 PM on 6 December, 2012
        “What you’ve done is set up a straw man argument implying that skeptics dispute that the greenhouse effect is real, but you provided no supporting evidence.”

  7. TA says:

    Thanks Tony, for keeping all these wild claims in perspective. If we want to get the real story about all this hyperbole, we come to this website. Thanks for being here. Who else does what you do.

  8. Norman says:

    Skeptical Science must monitor you website slightly.

    Quote from the article: “But while the Midwest joins the overall warming trend, it has not been hit frequently by summer heat waves, according to Ken Kunkel of NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information

    “The Midwest has not experienced any substantial summer warming and this spills over into heat waves,” he said. “The period of most heatwaves for the Midwest remains the 1930s Dust Bowl era.” In North America, there has been an increase in heatwaves west of the Rocky Mountains, but to the east, generally not, he said

    Smart to include this with your webpage available for anyone to see.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Tony’s website and Anthony’s are closely monitored as are any other sites with intelligent conversation. Whenever the information is too dangerous those sites get trolls.

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