Same Weather As 1947 Made 100 Times More Likely By Climate Change

England has averaged five degrees cooler than summer 1976.

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6 Responses to Same Weather As 1947 Made 100 Times More Likely By Climate Change

  1. Gator says:

    They may as well blame witches or bigfoot, both are just as likely to be the cause.

    97% of bigfoot experts say bigfoot is real.

    “I’ve had one 15 feet away growling at me,” declares bigfoot researcher Matt Moneymaker. “So that’s why I think it’s [unfortunate] when people say they’re not real. They exist … I don’t think people realize how many witnesses there are out there … For those who don’t think these things exist, [famed primatologist] Jane Goodall thinks they exist** — and she may know a little more about it than you do.”

    “You can’t equate bigfoot with mermaids,” bristles bigfoot researcher James “Bobo” Fay. “You’re ignorant of the subject matter.”

    See! Experts agree.

  2. GW Smith says:

    Yes, if some anonymous “experts from France” say so we better get moving!

  3. Stewart Pid says:

    Excellent … Tony scores a direct hit right on the arse of the Grifftard. But of course history and facts don’t matter in Griff’s Grandian World of Nit Wit GLOBULL warming.

  4. DM says:

    Great title & substance, Tony.

    Once again ManN exerts more influence on public perception than man. Headlines feature Western European heat wave. NO mention of cold temperatures in eastern Europe, north Africa, southern US & elsewhere.

  5. Carefix says:

    Wasn’t the Winter of ’47 the worst winter in the UK of the C20th? Interesting.

    Have the central heating on today in August. Must be all this Global Warming.

  6. Denis Ables says:

    Bigfoot may be some big homeless hairy guy. However, the climate change hoax flies in the face of science.

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