All Weather Is Now Climate

National Geographic blames Guatemalan drought on “climate change.”

“This is the worst drought we’ve ever had”

National Geographic Magazine Archive

Had they done any actual research, they would have known that the same thing was happening when CO2 was below 300 PPM, and that it has nothing to do with CO2 or “climate change.”

04 Dec 1891, 3 – Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News, Wilkes-Barre Record at

In 1934, there was a world-wide drought.

29 Jul 1934, 2 – The Baltimore Sun at

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16 Responses to All Weather Is Now Climate

  1. arn says:

    It is interressting to see that they never get tired of pushing
    the migration blabla.
    AGW is so usefull for so many things.
    The multitool of globalisation that justifies everything and indoctrinates on so many levels.
    As if it was designed for a special interresst group to serve their interessts :)
    Almost impossible to fabricate something that is more usefull than AGW.

  2. billtoo says:

    ok. this is bizarre. i check this site every day and for the last month the most recent post has been “courting flickers” or some such, until this am when a month’s worth appear.

    oh well, time to get busy

    • neal s says:

      There have been multiple posts each day this month. If you haven’t been seeing them, then I suspect you have some local issues which may involve caching.

      You can easily verify for yourself by going to the ‘Archives’ section on the right hand side of the page and checking the dates for various posts in each of the months.

  3. Gator says:

    With less than half what we spend on the anti-human religion of the left, we could feed, clothe, shelter and give medical care to every human on Earth. It’s not a climate issue, leftists are the problem.

  4. Gator says:

    I ran across an old troll over at NTZ, and was gifted with a precious quote. SebastianH was highly upset that a new paper finds no correlation with CO2 and temperature, and he decided he would tell skeptics just how the rules work…

    SebastianH 8. April 2019 at 11:56 AM
    Kenneth, you don’t get to “simply explain it” with something incorrect when you don’t understand the mechanisms involved.

    Out of the mouths of babes.. thanks Seb baby, you made me laugh, hard.

    PS – According to Seb baby, I am the lovechild of Spike55 and Kenneth Richards simply because I agreed with Seb about not being able to explain that which you do not understand.

    It is great fun watching the meltdown of these committed (God, they really should be committed) leftists, as their world refuses to melt on command. LOL

    • MGJ says:

      Ah SebastianH, he never fails to deliver. I see in the post you quote, he even manages to accuse OTHERS of using ridiculous analogies!

      You have to hand it to him, self-parody par excellence.

    • paul courtney says:

      Sure you’ll be shocked that Seb is back today at NTZ, seems he believes nobody is poor. And even if they are, they have other people’s money to throw around, who do they think they are complaining about small change? He’s the perfect foil.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      When he gets cornered, Seb blames his problems on a language barrier. It’s nonsense—his English is fine. Seb keeps hitting a different kind of barrier. He can’t step outside of the walled compound of the faithful.

      • rah says:

        Either that or he doesn’t respond and waits awhile before he posts again. Been there, seen that. Seb won’t ever wise up. Sometimes I wonder if he is a skeptic in disguise trying to make us look smart.

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          If I haven’t met plenty of such people in person, I’d suspect that Pierre’s and Tony’s house trolls are false flag operators trying to make alarmists look even denser than they already are.

  5. Lasse says:

    Joe Bastardi makes a point of climate change as migration driver or not.
    It is not hard to see why to go north and to move from #68 to #8

  6. Mac says:

    I think this is the most ridiculous aspect of the climate cult’s behavior: if a drought occurs, it’s because “climate change”, and “many will die!” If a bad cold spell occurs, and it’s pointed out to these superstitious cretins, they reply, “You do know the difference between climate and weather, don’t you?”

    They’re just such annoying, ignorant, and frightened little lemmings. Dangerous, too, because all of their proposals involve the institution of global totalitarianism and communism in order to combat the imaginary problem they’re constantly bleating and braying about.

  7. James Snook says:

    The nonsense that we are experiencing unprecedented extreme weather events is exposed time and again by Steve’s excellent work. We have evolved to rapidly forget such experiences, because only those that did so and didn’t impair their chances of survival by cluttering their minds with worrying about the past, survived to pass on their genes.

    We use the phrase ‘time is a great healer’ because it is kinder than saying “don’t worry, you will rapidly forget about it”, which we are actually programmed to do.

    Unfortunately this characteristic provides fertile ground for alarmist nonsense.

  8. John F. Hultquist says:

    I think our host could travel around the USA, NZ, AU, CAN, and the UK with a high priced seminar for news writers.
    The topic could be: “What you are about to write is wrong, and I’ll show you how to find out why.”

    I suspect this seminar would have a wide audience beyond the Klimate Kult.

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