All The Fake News That Is Unfiit To Print. Democracy Dies In Superstition

“The Washington Post is far more fiction than fact. Story after story is made up garbage”

  • Donald Trump

One year ago, the New York Times announced that early Springs east of the Rockies have a “strong link” to global warming.

Spring Came Early. Scientists Say Climate Change Is a Culprit. – The New York Times

This year, the Eastern US is locked in endless winter.

Short-Term Climate Outlooks

And the Washington Post has announced that late springs in the Eastern US are due to global warming.

Rapid Arctic warming and melting ice are increasing the frequency of blizzards in the Northeast, study finds – The Washington Post

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28 Responses to All The Fake News That Is Unfiit To Print. Democracy Dies In Superstition

  1. arn says:

    I like the trump tweet
    as it has much more to do with climate science than everything else you here from academical front.

  2. Griff says:

    The Trump tweet is just weird, because it was a Republican party advisor who promoted the name change, since the original term was ‘too alarming’…

    • Gator says:

      Really? So when did the IPCC form? Before or after your phantom republican mysteriously changed the nomenclature.

    • R. Shearer says:

      LOL, are your pants on fire, Griff?

    • arn says:

      Well-not that i’m not trusting you as it was g w bush who started
      whe “islam= religion of peace” bullshit,
      ((and there are many republicans who are part of the uni party,and in case of the republicans those are part of the bohemian grove((the most gay thing nixon claimed he ever saw))
      but can you provide a link and a name for some research.

      (i’m btw 100% sure that some politician say:AGW is now climate change
      and the whole media follows him like lemmings
      and not that this was a coordinated world wide rebranding
      for propaganda purposes
      so that the deniers no longer can attack the AGW when it gets colder but instead can now even use cold weather as ‘prove’ for climate change.

    • Kent Clizbe says:


      Dr Holdren was the culprit:

      “Is the White House trying to rebrand global warming?

      “That’s the impression that some conservative-leaning media outlets and blogs formed after recent remarks on climate change by John P. Holdren, a top White House science adviser.

      “In a speech in Oslo on Sept. 6, Dr. Holdren called “global warming” a “dangerous misnomer” because it implied that the impact of greenhouse gases would be gradual, uniform across the planet and “quite possibly benign.”

      “Rather, he said, changes to the climate are rapid when viewed in terms of the capacity of society and ecosystems to adjust; the impact is distributed unevenly; and the outcome will be overwhelmingly negative for most of the globe.

      “A better term would be “global climate disruption,” Dr. Holdren said.”
      NY Times, Green Blog, 2010

      I’ll have to do some research to be sure. But I think that Dr Holdren could probably be pegged as NOT a “Republican party advisor…” (/sarc)

    • Hivemind says:

      “original term was ‘too alarming’”

      Um, no. The name had to be changed from global warming when it became self-evident that the globe hadn’t warmed.

      • Disillusioned says:

        Um, I think the climate record shows fairly clearly that from the cooling that ended in the late 1970s, there actually was some global warming before the the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) was founded in 1988.

        It appears some folks on both sides will make up facts to try to fit their beliefs.

      • Ernest Bush says:

        Ummmm. The globe has been warming since the end of the Little Ice Age, thank goodness. It seems to have leveled off in the last two decades, except under the influence of a really large El Niño a couple of years back.

        In March it was 0.2c above the phony mean Leftist scientists have invented. However, we may have another El Niño break out in the Fall, which may again elevate world temperatures. Meanwhile, we are having freezing cold extended winters with record low temps and a ton of snow records broken.

        The main reason we are above the mean right now in the Northern Hemisphere is the Arctic is not as cold as it was in the past. It’s too busy dumping left over heat from the last El Niño.

    • pmc47025 says:

      The tweet is not weird. It’s normal for Trump to disagree with nonsense (regardless of source). The perversion of CAGW to GW to CC is the work of politicians, not scientists.

  3. Disillusioned says:

    The InterGOVERNMENTal Panel on Climate Change was formed in 1988 – the same year as Hansen’s global warming ‘testimony’ before Congress.

    • arn says:

      What an amazing coincince,isn’t it :)

      We now live in the year 30 since the Ultimate truth was born.
      Reality by decree.

      • Disillusioned says:

        “Reality by decree.”

        And by erasing and adjusting reality when it doesn’t fit their ‘Ultimate truth,’ as Tony keeps showing us.

        • Sharpshooter says:

          Note the pictures of Stalin where one at a time, the other men in the original picture are “eliminated”.

          Yup, the Antifa movement at its fundamental level, and Griff right in the middle of it.

  4. R. Shearer says:

    Anyway, March weather has come a little late to the Colorado mountains, more snow this past week than in the previous month.

  5. Andy DC says:

    But the temperatures are above normal in northern Greenland. 97% of leading climate scientists agree that the icecap is doomed! We are all going to die!!

  6. Kent Clizbe says:


    Did you see the Post headline during the warm snap in late February this year?

    “Spring is running 20 days early. It’s exactly what we expect, but it’s not good.”

    “This year, winter never really started. December and January both got off to a cold start, but that quickly changed through the end of those months. By mid-February, we saw March flowers pop out of the ground. Winter is dead.

    “According to the National Phenology Network, spring is running 20 days or more ahead of schedule in parts of the Ohio River Valley and the Mid-Atlantic. That will soon be the case in the Midwest and the Northeast.

    “This is not surprising. In fact, it is exactly what we should expect as the climate warms, according to myriad peer-reviewed studies summarized succinctly by the 2017 National Climate Assessment. In technical terms, the growing season in North America is getting longer. You may also see it referred to as “frost-free” days, since the growing season is the span of time between the last frost and the first frost.”

    And a pretty picture of a sprig of cherry blossoms was captioned, “Harbingers of doom.”

    Doom! Doom! Death! Repent!

    So sayeth the Truth-is-Light bearers.

    Oops. They were just two months early. Since their doom-saying, Mother Nature must have slipped out of her CO2 headlock and reasserted her independence. We’ve had two major snow storms since then. And another is predicted for this week.

    So, if an early spring was doom, and “not good;” then the change to a later spring now is sweetness and light and “good.”


  7. Robertv says:

    Democracy dies when government starts to control speech.

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