New York Times Explains The Dynamics Of Snow

1976 : Global cooling causes a shortage of snow.

TimesMachine: March 18, 1976 –

1996 : Global warming causes blizzards.

TimesMachine: January 14, 1996 –

2006 : Global warming causes an endless summer

With Warmer Weather, Different Decisions to Make – The New York Times

2007 : Global warming causes no snow.

How Do You Ski if There Is No Snow? – The New York Times

2010 : Global warming causes cold and snow.

Bundle Up, It’s Global Warming – The New York Times

2012 : Global warming causes an endless summer.

The Endless Summer – The New York Times

2014 : Global warming has caused the end of snow.

Opinion | The End of Snow? – The New York Times

2019 : Global warming causes record cold and snow.

Brace for the Polar Vortex; It May Be Visiting More Often – The New York Times

They change their story every time the weather changes, and their latest theory is always what they predicted all along.

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9 Responses to New York Times Explains The Dynamics Of Snow

  1. arn says:

    The only thing global warming creates is a world wide tax.
    That’s why GLOBAL warming was created by GLOBALISTS.

    No global warming=no global tax.
    No global tax=no global government.

    Global Warming is just a justfication to push Agenda 21 stuff
    as the New Green Deal,
    which is pushed by the new superstar of left politics,AOC,
    who overnight became so climate expert that she knows
    that the world will end in 12 years if we do not let her save us.
    (while climate deniers are only interressted in how many/few years it will take
    before this goalpost will be moved and how far(2040,2050 or end of century?)

  2. Mac says:

    This is what I’d expect from legitimate and decent newspaper which got corrupted by Obama worship. Correct me if I’m wrong, but wasn’t the New York Times the newspaper that actually quashed a story after Obama called them directly and told them not to print it?

    • rah says:

      In in Feb, 1934 FDR canceled all airline airmail contracts and ordered the Army Air Corp to do the job. The Army Air Corp was in no way ready or capable. At the time the average experience in the Corp was 150 hours of flight time. Their equipment wasn’t up to it either. Flying the mail in open cockpit pursuit planes with pilots not well trained in night flying and having to learn radio navigation on the fly because the equipment had just been installed in their aircraft was a formula for disaster. Eddie Rickenbacker, then American Airlines VP was scheduled to be interviewed on one of the major Radio networks for nation wide broadcast about it during what we call now “prime time” . Rickenbacker had called FDRs order “legalized murder”. A call from the White House stopped the broadcast from happening.

      FDR’s decision cost the lives of 14 Army Air Corp pilots. In June, 1934 when the death toll became a bigger issue than the system by which the contracts were awarded FDR reversed his decision but ordered that no Airline that had the same CEO as they did at the time that he had taken the contracts away could be granted government airmail contracts.

      All this went to court of course but the Federal justice system then was just as slow then as it is now and by the time the Federal Government lost the case the US was in WW II. And the same airlines that had been persecuted were in whole hog with the governments efforts to prosecute the war.

      The older I get the more I realize that when it comes to big government, nothing really changes.

  3. richard says:

    Darn it , now I am confused. Now they have every scenario covered what snow cover should there be if there was no supposed man made warming?

  4. Colorado Wellington says:

    The genius weathermen at the New York Times will discover next that today’s inversion in Colorado Front Range is caused by climate change.

    It is frigid 15°F in Boulder at 5,430 feet and balmy 37°F in Nederland at 8,228 ft.

    End of snow at the Eldora Ski Resort!

    • R Shearer says:

      Just my observations, I’ve been up there over 25 times this season, conditions really have been fantastic. The parking situation there on weekends is unpleasant.

      But I’ve yet to see a bike rider and almost all the transportation used to get there is fossil fuel powered. (I’ve seen a few idiots in Teslas and Leafs.) I have seen hitchhikers and even given a couple a ride, but I’ve never seen anyone hiking up. I understand a few people from the Eldora townsite will nordic ski there on occasion. The weather this season there has also been cold, well below average.

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