Climatologists Talking To The Dead

Ten years ago, the Texas state climatologist predicted the state would stay in drought through 2020, but meteorologists said weather can’t be predicted that far in the future.

Texas A&M Climatologist Says Drought Could Last Until 2020 – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Since then, Texas has had its wettest years on record.

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

In 1974, an MIT professor compared climate forecasting to necromancy – talking with the dead.

“I don’t think we can predict climate now and I wouldn’t trust any-one who said he could. The atmosphere is just too complex to take some of these vague statistics and try to use them to predict with You can always find a single physical mechanism that will ’cause’ one thing or another, but when you take them all together, it just gets too complicated, Worse yet are those ‘weather forecasters’ who say that they can predict the weather months in advance Anyone who says he can tell you more than a few days ahead of time what the weather is going to be is practicing necromancy,”

Lakeland Ledger – Google News Archive Search

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2 Responses to Climatologists Talking To The Dead

  1. Steve Cooksey says:

    Climate alarmists have been right for the past 50 years. Why start now?

  2. Garner Clay says:

    Deuteronomy 18 –

    “When you have entered into the land that Jehovah your God is giving you, you must not learn to imitate the detestable practices of those nations.

    10 There should not be found in you anyone who makes his son or his daughter pass through the fire, anyone who employs divination, anyone practicing magic, anyone who looks for omens, a sorcerer,

    11 anyone binding others with a spell, anyone who consults a spirit medium or a fortune-teller, or anyone who inquires of the dead.

    12 For whoever does these things is detestable to Jehovah, and on account of these detestable practices Jehovah your God is driving them away from before you.

    13 You should prove yourself blameless before Jehovah your God.’’

    Sometimes the oldest, most ancient wisdom is the best.

    Thanks Tony!

    Clay

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