The Mindless Climate Superstitions Of The Left

Climate clowns Michael Bloomberg and Jerry Brown have teamed up with the fake news New York Times, on a quest to prove that weather is climate. They say that the existence of drought, fires and hot weather are proof of climate change.

The U.S. Is Tackling Global Warming, Even if Trump Isn’t – The New York Times

One year ago, the same group of clowns announced the California permanent drought, right before the wettest winter on record in California.

California Braces for Unending Drought – The New York Times

The last 12 months have been very wet in California.

There has been no trend in California precipitation since 1895.

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

Jerry Brown and the New York Times have been saying the identical nonsense for 40 years.

TimesMachine: March 8, 1977 –

The only difference is that 40 years ago, they blamed the drought on global cooling instead of global warming.

International Team of Specialists Finds No End in Sight to 30‐Year Cooling Trend in Northern Hemisphere – The New York Times

Exact opposite of the claims in the article, summer days have gotten much cooler in the US over the past century.

One year ago, the New York Times was worried about the lack of hurricanes over the past decade. This year we have a couple of hurricanes, and it is due to “climate change”

Where Are the Hurricanes? – The New York Times

Fire burn acreage is down 80% in the US over the past 80 years.

Indicator 3.16: Area and percent of forest affected by abiotic agents

Brown and Bloomberg claim that they are “fighting climate change” – when in fact they are doing the exact opposite.

Besides the fact that their beliefs about the relationship between CO2 and climate are pure superstition, US CO2 emissions have been falling for several years due to fracking – which greens want to stop.  New York State banned fracking. Meanwhile, China’s emissions are skyrocketing.

Climate Goals Pledged by China and the U.S. – The New York Times

Under the deal which China made with Obama, China’s emissions will continue to grow for another 13 years.

FACT SHEET: U.S.-China Joint Announcement on Climate Change and Clean Energy Cooperation |

Everything Brown and Bloomberg wrote is utter nonsense – but that is par for the course.

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4 Responses to The Mindless Climate Superstitions Of The Left

  1. Lance says:

    Everything you say is correct. My question is this:

    Regardless of what climate might do, or for what reasons, or who might claim to control/change the outcome, Reality has a veto vote. The reality is that humans must either adapt to whatever conditions exits or become extinct. Arguing about what the future holds, without a means to change it, is by definition, insane.

    The reality is that:

    wind/solar energy sources comprise 0.46% of world energy sources. 2017.

    Going “full solar” just for the North American Grid baseload would require 900 years and 37 times the total world silver reserves to accomplish, even if solar panels could be produced and installed at 1 sq m / second.

    It actually doesn’t matter if the warmists are, or are not, correct in their claims. There are Zero energy alternatives to what exist today that would satisfy their projections. Except Nuclear and coal at the present time.

    Given that nothing satisfies the Greens, nothing has proved their position, and nothing can functionally replace existing systems, one might be forgiven for saying their position does not actually matter in a factual sense. Politically, this is nothing but a scam.

    Reality has the final vote. I’m siding with coal, nuclear, and whatever actual technologies are sustainable long term, like a thorium or fusion cycle. But to get there, neither solar nor wind are of any help at all. Solar/wind help on a sailboat or a farm, but they are not of any use to any modern grid scale application, absent unconscionable taxpayer subsidies for political purpose.

  2. Nicholas Schroeder, BSME, PE says:

    I was playing with USCRN data and thought an apparent inverse relationship between RH and Solarad was interesting. June/August/October/December 2016

    We all know water vapor is THE GHG. High RH, low Solarad.

    Can anybody show anything similar for 0.04% CO2?

  3. Redford says:

    It would be really nice if you always included the link to the post with your code for generating those curves – or even make it a permanent, highly visible part of the website layout, maybe in the right column. People need to check for themselves.

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