Kirye’s Wyoming Global Warming Report

Kirye adopted me during May last year, and has been diligently documenting global warming in Wyoming over the past year.

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8 Responses to Kirye’s Wyoming Global Warming Report

  1. Lasse says:

    Hope You have good available energy.
    May looks really white.

    • Michael Spencer says:

      But! But! Experts say that there’s a climate emergency due to UNPRECEDENTED warming. Those photographs have – quite plainly – been photo-shopped!

      (Oh! Excuse me whilst I go and feed my pet flying pig ….)

  2. The climate emergency is that the clowns cannot keep up the myth, and the associated gravy train for more than a few more years. Some face saving ritual is needed so that the reduced temperatures, which will occur anyway, can be attributed to the prompt action to ‘save the planet’. Even the most brainwashed zombie is going to think twice when NASA yet again claims record temperatures when people are ice skating on the Thames.

  3. microelectrode says:

    Dear Tony,
    Are you aware of the “Electroverse’ web pages. (https://electroverse.net/) The guys there have strong arguments that we are indeed entering a period of global cooling, partly due to reduced sunspot activity. Reduced sunspot activity allows an increase in cosmic ray bombardment of the earth, which among other things increases cloud cover, and thus reduces insolation.
    Doesn’t matter what the climate modellers say, nature can’t be fooled and will act according to the rules of physics.

  4. Steve Cooksey says:

    I feel very good knowing Toto is passing on his knowledge to Kirye. I have a feeling the curtain will pulled back well into the future.

  5. John says:

    That’s a fair stretch of winter snow, Tony.

  6. Richard says:

    Tony if you call it Frozen Steam it sounds hotter

    how many pounds of frozen steam does it take to produce 1 KW

    In all, Mr. Obama (and George W. Bush before him) spent some $100 billion on giveaways to wind and solar power producers, electric cars, and for weatherizing homes and buildings. It was arguably one of the largest corporate welfare experiments in American history enriching an industry and its investors. Most of this money went for research to speed up commercial applications of green energy or was pipelined directly into bank accounts of individual companies.
    The most infamous of these was, of course, Solyndra, the solar energy company that received $530 million of taxpayer handouts and was touted many times by President Obama and Vice Presdient Joe Biden as the next big thing in green energy

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