Featured Fake Climate Study Of The Day

“Researchers have struggled”

How global warming is drying up the North American monsoon

Latest idiocy from the team climate fraud, claims global warming is drying up the summer monsoons in the southwest.

I was born in the southwest and spent the majority of my life there. I’m just back from watching the cleanup from the latest flooding in Tesuque, New Mexico.  A ranger in Bandelier National Monument just told me about all the flood cleanup efforts they have had to do the last few years. Boulder had the worst floods in a century in 2013.

There is no indication that summer rains in the Southwest have changed.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

 

As always, climate scientists are simply making up alternative facts to keep their well funded climate scam alive. It is 0% science, 0% data, and 100% BS.

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11 Responses to Featured Fake Climate Study Of The Day

  1. -B- says:

    Wait so heavy rains means CO2 driven climate change and lack of heavy rains means CO2 driven climate change. This isn’t science it’s testing to find witches!

  2. Steve Case says:

    There is no indication that summer rains in the Southwest have changed.

    Bingo!

    NOAA’s Climate at a Glance agrees.

  3. Adamant de-Nye-er says:

    Saw that article, and hoped you’d comment on it.
    In my much more limited time in the southwest, I’ve noticed a lot of variation in the Arizona monsoon — enough so that I know the phenomenon itself bears little resemblence to the real, regular weather pattern that occurs over the Indian ocean and subcontinent. I did ask, when this year’s Atlantic hurricanes were so great as to prove climate change, why last years’ Pacific hurricanes were ignored. Last year’s storms brought abundant summer and fall rain to Baja, lower inland California and Arizona. This year we’ve had fewer named Pacific storms, but the southern Arizona rainy season was strong and early.
    Weather here is different every year, and from the ground perspective, varies with no noticeable trends in either direction.

    • gregole says:

      I’ve been in Az since ’95 and that’s what I have noticed as well. Some years spectacular monsoons; some years (like this one) just rain; some years just about nothing.

  4. kyle_fouro says:

    “When they corrected for persistent sea-surface temperature (SST) biases and used higher-resolution data for the regional geography, the researchers created a model”

    Can this even be considered scientific?

    • RAH says:

      Climate models are the fantasies the alarmist scientists wish they could prove with real data is happening in the real worold. They’re climate porn.

    • Frank K. says:

      Here’s the money quote from the fluff article about the research:

      He continued: “We are not saying, ‘We are sure that this is what will be,’ but we wanted to point out some mechanisms which are key, and have to be taken into account in future research on the North American monsoon. This is a difficult region, so future research will point out if we were right, and to what extent.”

      Yet the (inaccurate) title of the article is:

      “How global warming is drying up the North American monsoon”

      And people wonder why we don’t trust the mainstream scientific media anymore…

  5. Joe D Banks says:

    Struggling to find a trend where no trend exists. Struggling to keep those dollars coming in. Struggling to find a new source of dollars. Maybe the can get some of that green energy money, from solar panel and windmill manufactures.

  6. Andy DC says:

    This summer’s monsoon in Tucson produced an incredible 6.80″ of rain in one month!

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