Understanding The Difference Between Climate And Cherry Picking

A low ice day in March is climate, but a huge increase in September ice over the past five years is cherry-picking.

In 2012, experts told us that the winter maximum is meaningless, all that mattered was the summer minimum. (2012 had high winter maximum.)  Now they say the exact opposite.

And a 40% increase in ice is near a record low, but a 3% Obama victory is a landslide.

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7 Responses to Understanding The Difference Between Climate And Cherry Picking

  1. Andy DC says:

    I would suggest that you produce a video to present in a repeated fashion an entire series of their classic, obvious cherry picks. That would certainly demonstrate their corrupt mind set, which is not to practice science, but instead to mislead and deceive.

  2. Rob says:

    Wow, what an idiot that woman is. How is pointing out that at the low the ice is that much higher compared to 5 years ago cherry picking? How is it cherry picking to show that the ice isn’t gone like they keep saying it is every year?

    See, this is why this has turned into a religion and isn’t just a fraud or simply some political thing. Her comment there and inability to accept reality is exactly how so many religious folk are when they are presented with things/evidence that contradict their beliefs.

  3. Bazmd says:

    It is “cherry picking” Obviously the woman is right. No point arguing…

  4. AndyG55 says:

    I doubt that poor Erika would have even the slightest clue what “normal” was !!

    And that applies to every tedious facet of her worthless existence. !!

  5. RAH says:

    Do we have enough cherries to make a pie to smash into their faces yet?

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