Climate Science : Worse Than Alchemy

Climate alarmists believe they can control hurricanes and sea level rise by building windmills. The difference between them and alchemists is that there was some truth to alchemy.  You actually can turn uranium to lead.

The world’s leading climate scientist believes that a 100 degree day in Alabama during September was caused by global warming.

In 1954, Greensboro, Alabama had 41 days over 100 degrees.  The first occurred on June 26, and the last on October 6. Six days reached 105 degrees that summer.

Instead of correcting himself when his error was pointed out, he went on a Twitter rampage, declared anyone who disagreed with him to be a racist, misogynist Russian bot, and blocked hundreds of people. And not a peep of criticism from his colleagues, the press or his bootlickers in the press.

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10 Responses to Climate Science : Worse Than Alchemy

  1. Norilsk says:

    What do you expect from the guy who gave us the hockey stick graph?

    • KevinPaul says:

      The hockey stick graph is a phallusy.
      Freud might interpret it as stemming from a subconscious inadequacy complex, given it has nothing to do with reality.
      I jest, after all we heard recently that climate science critique is a fun parody, not to be taken seriously.

      What is serious is the inflammatory way Mann et al call us climate change deniers, yet anyone with an IQ over 80 can see that nobody here denies that the climate changes, what sort of idiot came up with that trope anyway.

      • Robertv says:

        Earth did not cooperate with warming the globe so they needed something even scarier. Now every kind of weather was prove they were right.

  2. rah says:

    Ha! Today’s iteration of climate disaster porn from the democrat media:
    “D.C. Drowns: NBC Makes Same Hysterical Prediction as 30 Years Ago”

  3. Crispin in Waterloo says:

    It is interesting to see how a string of facts completely binds the minds of those who would deny them, leaving their hands free (apparently). Forty-one days above 100 F? Dang, that was a hot year.

    In this neck of the woods we haven’t see that sort of temperature since the 60’s. We did have a twister that almost touched down at St Mary’s, Ontario, but that’s hardly news.

  4. Mark Amey says:

    Our Great Climate God of Australia has come out, condemning windmills as being dangerous to native birds. I wonder what methods will be left for generating electricity. Perhaps slaves driving generators on stationary bicycles?

  5. cdquarles says:

    For those who don’t know much about Alabama, Greensboro is in the west central part of the state and about 150 ft above mean sea level, slightly less than 33 degrees N of the equator. Huntsville is in the northern part of the state, about 20 miles south of the AL-TN line that is roughly 35 degrees N of the equator. State record low was recorded in New Market, a small community now adjacent to the northern part of Huntsville.

    Huntsville has grown tremendously over the last 60 to 70 years. When Redstone Arsenal was ramped up during and after WW2, Huntsville was about half the size of Tuscaloosa. Now, Huntsville is nearly the same size as Mobile, Birmingham and Montgomery.

    All that said, 100F happens here from time to time. People survived it without air conditioning. Why are we seeing temperatures like this? A big high has been sitting over us for about a month now, and this is the dry season here. September and October are our driest months, on average; seeing 0.5 to 0.75 inches of rain a week. Dorian enhanced it. This spell is expected to break later this week.

    Oh yeah, seeing 90s well into October is a thing, here, too. I don’t remember Mann, and others, commenting about the cool spell we had in June and July.

  6. rah says:

    Post at WUWT on the latest Mann debacle. ‘If You Put Junk Science In, You’ll Get Junk Science Out’

  7. Logic n reason says:

    Mann is becoming desperate and is lashing out like a wounded cornered animal.He is facing financial hardship because not only did he lose his libel case against Tim Ball in British Columbia (one of the most progressive and left leaning states in Canada which would be expected to look more favourably on him) but he is also liable to pay Tim Ball’s costs. But more seriously for Mann, his reputation,integrity and credibility is on the line. He is appealing against the ruling but unless he produces the data that the court repeatedly asked for to.prove his case (and he never did) it is unlikely he would win. Incidentally, climate alarmists including Mann have been challenged to a debate next week in NYC by the Heartland Institute. We have yet to see if they will react to the gauntlet that has been thrown down to them.

  8. Gator says:

    How very very odd. As much as Phail loves correcting errors and telling truth to power, he should be here condemning Mann’s outbursts. Gee, I hope he is alright…

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