Nothing To See Here – Move Along

Peter?Brannen on Twitter: “That’s 91°F in the Arctic circle, nothing to see here… “

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11 Responses to Nothing To See Here – Move Along

  1. gregole says:

    “…doing actual research is a good thing for scientists.”

    When you believe M@nn-Made CO2 controls the climate no real research is needed. Simply collect some factoids supporting said beliefs and Twitter them.

    Research? Scientific method? Interest in finding something new? Bah!


  2. Gator says:

    Well, he is correct about his Twitter feed.

  3. misanthropicMarc says:

    These guys are predictably stupid. And Tony is predictably smart! Good job, buddy!

  4. Steven Fraser says:

    We had a hot day in DFW today, 108F, breaking the July record….

    of 107 from 1925, when there were 16 days 100+ that Month/Year.

    Nothing to see here, either…

    • Rah says:

      Your hot and dry spell will end soon and then Texas will join the 70 percent of the nation already cooling with temps at or below their historic average. The left coast states however will continue to fry.

    • Robert Austin says:

      And how did the thermometer station location in 1925 compare to the 2018 siting? How can they call it a record if they are comparing apples to oranges?

  5. Bob Hoye says:

    I had a summer job working on a beryllium prospect in the NWT. Somewhat north of Yellowknife. Nice camp on a lake and from time to time it got hot. Didn’t have any thermometers in camp, but you felt it. As did the locals in Yellowknife. In the old part of town, called “Moccasin Square Gardens” folk would just take their wood-burning stoves out of the kitchen to the backyard. Took the first part of the metal chimney, as well. Cooler out there as they did the cooking. Smoke from the short chimney helped keep the black flies away.

  6. Robertv says:

    Curiously this same weather pattern would bring extreme dry cold to scandinavia in winter.,67.45,570/loc=27.444,66.619

    It is also the reason that in large parts of Siberia it is far to cold for the time of the year. Of course that is not reported in the fake news press.

    t is much colder in Siberia

  7. Norilsk says:

    On my Arctic trip in the first week of December last year, the plane landed in Dawson City, Yukon. It was -20 C. The ATR 42 prop airplane got cold fast when it landed and shut the engines off. Everyone including the stewardess were bundled up.

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