New York Times Explains Global Warming

Five years ago the New York Times said global warming causes warm winters. Now they say global warming causes cold winters.

Opinion | Global Warming Feels Quite Pleasant – The New York Times
Frigid Weather and Global Warming – The New York Times

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6 Responses to New York Times Explains Global Warming

  1. Robert B says:

    We get about a 1/3 of January days above 35°C (95F – in Australia) and the media made a big deal of any day that exceeded it. It’s global warming you, know?

    If it’s very cold, instead, it’s climate weirding due to global warming.

    If it’s average weather, you’re being duped by Big Tobacco.

  2. DM says:

    The following rewording is respectfully suggested to broaden your point.

    10-20 years ago, NYT claimed global warming would warm winters. Prior to that, it fretted about a pending ice age–caused by pollution. Reality refuted both predictions.

    So, now, NYT claims climate CHANGE warms & chills winters, warms & chills summers, warms & chills springs, warms & chills autumn, warms every region of the world 2x or more faster than all other regions … Thus, they can claim “We told you so” however reality unfolds. Manntastic!!

    • Gamecock says:

      That’s right, DM.

      “Venice’s world-famous ‘streets of water’ left dry after dramatic low tides drained its canals”

      When Venice floods, it’s Climate Change. When Venice is dry docked, it’s Climate Change.

      • Ed Price says:

        Actually it is always “climate change”!
        Except they really mean “human induced or caused” climate change.
        They have dishonestly taken over the words “climate change” for their own reasons.

        Has anybody seen a Climate Change prediction ever come true?

  3. Anon says:

    Here is what reading a NYT article feels like:

    Global Warming a boon the Ski Industry

    Warmer times are seeing a drastic revival of winter sports as the Northern Hemisphere adjusts to new the Mediterranean Climate. Scientists say that being able to ski through groves of date-nut and olive trees will be the new normal for the foreseeable future and urges ski operators to protect lift riders from falling coconuts.

    It is a classic feedback loop, where more skiers travelling to ski resorts, means more CO2 emissions, a warmer climate with more frigid temperatures and snow fall. In response to the global warming induced cooling, Biden Administration officials vow to put a tax on carbon to reverse the cycle. Joe Biden says it is simple: “When the price of fossil fuels rises high enough, these cooling trends will stop and the planet will no longer be in danger of overheating. You don’t need more than a sixth grade education to understand this.”

    Meanwhile, administration officials urge supporters not to think critically about any of this and allow scientists to do their jobs. The best thing people can do is go inside and stay warm until the administration’s policies kick-in and the warming crisis abates.

    My guess is that the above could be published in the NYT and it would not raise an eyebrow.

  4. Pamela Matlack-Klein says:

    Just when, exactly, did the New York Times cease to be the “Paper of Record” and become a joke? Is it possible to assign a date or was this such a gradual descent into dishonesty that no one really noticed?

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