Climate Scientists Undaunted By Facts

Ten years ago, Texas A&M climate scientists said Texas would be hot and dry for the rest of the century.

Texas is vulnerable to warming climate – Houston Chronicle

Since then, Texas has had their wettest years on record, and are now dealing with record cold.


But undaunted by facts and data, Texas A&M scientists aren’t changing their story.


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20 Responses to Climate Scientists Undaunted By Facts

  1. toorightmate says:

    Real data is of no use nor consequence to these wizards.
    Data is only acceptable if it has been constructed – and does it save on instrumentation and people to read the instruments?

  2. Disillusioned says:

    Why are they having energy blackouts?

    • Steven Fraser says:

      There were some important cold-affected equipment failures.

      Power has been on continuously for the last 27 hours in Plano, where I live. Much better than 1 or 2 hours per 24.

    • Richard says:

      Because the state BET Big on Wind and Solar which is very unreliable – i believe T Boone Pickings was behind it as well as may who could pocket Billions with the wind farm scam – guess what they do with failed wind mills? they bury the wings in dirt cause they cannot recycle
      We also have an issue with Bio Fuels or wood chip mills for power they put out 20% of one coal plant due to wood burning with 285 lbs of wood to make 3,500 BTU where coal puts out 12,ooo BTU with 83 lbs. the bio fuel scam

  3. arn says:

    Texas is also vulnarable to cooling climate-just like almost all other places with a mixed climate.(and places with deserts are traditionally hot most of the time)

    But by some strange logic it does not matter how cold
    a region is and how much better it was there during warmer periods,
    warming is always considered a bad thing.

  4. G W Smith says:

    Lefties think in absolutes, black or white. The climate is either going to be steady or chaotic. They have no sense for fluidity and cycles and infinity. For them the universe begins in a Big Bang and ends in total darkness. Alive or dead. Heaven or Hell. Good or bad. They bounce around like ping pong balls at the slightest breeze. It’s laughable, if they weren’t in control of the ship.

  5. Stephen Luck says:

    It’s funny (not really) that “scientist” use the latest advanced technologies and models to predict what will happen in 100 years and get it wrong almost every time. The weather still can’t be accurately predicted for more than 2 or 3 days with all the latest and greatest gadgets of today’s world so why would anyone think climate could be predicted in 5, 10, 20, 50 years?

  6. Susan says:

    Its not about climate — just finally getting to the “GREAT RESET” that the socialists have been working towards for 50 years. And people who can vote for their personal wealth over the good of the country have chosen to do so. Rules for thee, NOT for me at its best….

  7. Steve says:

    To make up for it, Bill Gates has a plan to spray the atmosphere to block the sun and make it cooler. Is there a vaccine for Gatesitis?

  8. G W Smith says:

    Climate scientists are employees who don’t want to loose their jobs. Take them with a grain of salt. Which way is the wind blowing.

  9. Bob Stone says:

    Tony, what are your thoughts on fossil fuels running out. There is an abundance now, but surely there isn’t enought fossil fuels to last for 100 years, right?

    What’s your thoughts?

  10. tom0mason says:

    And your report Tony runs over the same points from 2014 (see )

    The new federal climate assessment, which came out Tuesday, tells us what we (should) already know. But does it in great and alarming detail, linking what’s already occurred to what else is in store. In short: Climate change is here. We’re already feeling the effects. And things will get much worse without a concerted effort to reduce emissions globally.

    For Texas, which is lumped in with the Great Plains region, the National Climate Assessment finds that the state is getting hotter, exacerbating droughts. Precipitation patterns are changing, with more infrequent but heavier downpours. And sea-level rise is putting low-lying coastal communities like Galveston and Houston at increased risk of storms and loss of habitat.

    Yep, more metaphysical modeled nonsense from the wannabe clairvoyance of climate change.

  11. billtoo says:

    the great lakes don’t seem to be responding to record cold either

  12. NavarreAggie says:

    Tony, it would be nice if you would cease the Aggie jokes or at least make the distinction between Aggie scientists and engineers. I’m an Aggie engineer that decided to follow the data some 15+ years ago, and I’m on your side. I do, however, grow tired of the Aggie jokes when the person in question is, of course, your alma mater. I know you went to Rice and the rest of us had to “settle” for lesser state universities, but belittling many allies with such a broad-stroked brush is probably not beneficial to our cause.

    I have even donated to your cause in the past, and I’m not opposed to doing so in the future. Not all of us “Aggies” are idiots…in fact, some of us are really brilliant, independent thinking engineers that might be some of your greatest allies.
    Take note of this fact: “Alma mater Rice University”

  13. David Fawcett says:

    History: The Great Arctic Blast of 1899.

  14. roaddog says:

    “What’s a Tesla?”

    “A Texas paperweight.”

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