“Colorado Climate Scientists Say”

Colorado Public Radio reports that “scientists say” the fires in Colorado are caused by climate change and will get worse unless we reduce carbon emissions.

Colorado Wildfires Are Climate Change ‘In The Here And Now’ — And A Sign Of Summers To Come | Colorado Public Radio

There has been no trend in Colorado precipitation since 1895. Most recent years have been above average.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

NOAA shows that maximum temperatures have increased in Colorado, but this is entirely due to their own data tampering.

Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

The three hottest summers in Colorado were 1934, 1931 and 1936.

Twelve years ago, Colorado climate scientists said that the ski industry would collapse even with a reduction in carbon emissions.

Study: Climate change may force skiers uphill

Instead, Colorado has been having record snowfall. I took this picture in Leadville, Colorado in the Middle of March.

The year before, ski areas were still open in July.

I took this picture west of Boulder on the first day of summer 2019.

The Anasazi were driven out of Mesa Verde by a 23 year long megadrought in the 13th century.  They must have forgotten to lower their carbon emissions.

Thirteenth Century AD: Implications of Seasonal and Annual Moisture Reconstructions for Mesa Verde, Colorado – Oxford Scholarship

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5 Responses to “Colorado Climate Scientists Say”

  1. Margaret Smith says:

    Why have all comments disappeared?

  2. Colorado Wellington says:

    This is wrong and it must stop!

    The masses will become restless if everyone is permitted to publish historical facts that contradict climate scientists and public radio news announcers. People could develop doubts and start thinking that governmental scientists are full of it.

    Also, it makes no sense to assume that Mesa Verde people destroyed their own climate. The cliff dwellers were Native Americans and every school child knows that indigenous people are wise and live in harmony with nature. The main suspect in the local climate destruction are the nomadic Navajo who came from the north and claimed Mesa Verde as theirs because it was located between the four sacred mountains that bound their traditional homeland, the Dinétah. Tribal attorneys still don’t know if the cliff dwellers knew they were living on traditional Navajo land but that doesn’t matter and it was a problem. It’s understandable the Navajo disrespected the native cliff dwelling squatters and wanted them off their traditional land but it was not easy to accomplish. I’m sure the Navajo tried to do it in a sensitive way but the cliff house defenders could pull up their ladders and there was no way to get in to evict them. I believe that’s when the Navajo got the idea to produce tons of carbon dioxide to create climate change at Mesa Verde. The tribal scientists discovered that carbon dioxide can be used like a knob to turn up the heat and create severe drought in just a couple of years. When carbon dioxide changed the weather the cliff dwelling squatters had to abandon their illegally-built houses and leave as climate refugees. The Navajo could finally take possession of their traditional ancestral land.

    I discovered the scientific clues to this ancient history the last time I was at Mesa Verde. Every visitor to the park learns today from the government’s exhibits that there is bad blood between the Navajo and the New Mexico descendants of the old cliff dwellers. These Pueblo people say that hostile Navajo smeared their ancestors and told white ranchers and archeologists that the pueblos were built by “Anasazi”, which means “ancient enemy”. Of course, those white men were glad because the name was easy to use and they didn’t care it was disrespectful but today we know we mustn’t use it any more. The government had to change all Mesa Verde exhibits and explain why it’s wrong to use the A-word but the insults lingers in various literature and it will be a while before justice is done.

    And that is also wrong.
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    Sources:
    https://indianpueblo.org/what-does-anasazi-mean-and-why-is-it-controversial
    https://www.crowcanyon.org/EducationProducts/peoples_mesa_verde/post_pueblo_navajo.asp

  3. Rowland P says:

    Comments still not showing on your site

  4. Jim Dorsheimer says:

    Dumb people usually
    die from stupidity.
    It is natural selection.
    The natural warming of any was a welcome happening from the early 19th Century Dalton Minimum.

  5. Maureen says:

    Check this out climate alarmists will have a field day with this https://youtu.be/jCha9_U8Dlk

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