Global Warming Hoax Update

Just more of that good, old global warming climate change climate disruption heading towards the midwest:

Following several weeks of economic data that has been, despite erroneous expectations of a Fed rate hike, one major disappointment after another including regional Fed reports, housing data, manufacturing surveys, construction spending, and durable goods data, the US economy is about to get the slowdown scapegoat it so desperately needs: according to Weather.com, following a brief overnight respite from cold temperatures, entering the first full week of January, both the Midwest and the East will see a plunge to the coldest temperatures of the season. This blast of cold temperatures will be different than the Arctic chill that ended 2014, which was mainly confined to the northern tier. This time the frigid air will push farther south and east.

Only thing I can figure is that Al Gore must be making a speaking tour through the area – but, as Zero Hedge notes, this is going to cause sighs of relief through our Economist and Banker classes…that it is cold in January will be used to explain away the poor 1st quarter GDP data we’re going to get in April (and, as usual, this exceptionally cold spell will be used to “prove” global warming…because if we weren’t warming, you see, we wouldn’t get weather that is unusually cold). The thing about our modern system is that it is so hopelessly corrupt that both global warming and fake-money economies can be kept going for quite a while…

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7 thoughts on “Global Warming Hoax Update

  1. Retired Spook January 5, 2015 / 7:53 am

    The thing about our modern system is that it is so hopelessly corrupt that both global warming and fake-money economies can be kept going for quite a while…

    Certainly longer than I ever thought possible. But the one constant in our existence is change, and change it will. Although I heard a young Lefty on CNN (we’re without Fox News due to their contract dispute with Dish Network) the other day to the effect that, as long as there’s free FED money, this could go on indefinitely. The sad thing is he got paid for saying that. A side note: we’re discovering why CNN has lost most of their audience.

    As far as the temperature is concerned, a paraphrase of the Captain Renault’s famous line from “Casablanca” seems apropos: I’m shocked, shocked that it’s cold in January.” And, compared to last winter, it isn’t even all that cold. Last winter we had 19 days below zero, about half of them double digits below zero. This morning it’s 4 degrees (although the wind chill must be about -20), and we haven’t had a below zero day yet this winter.

    • Cluster January 5, 2015 / 8:56 am

      I predict gradual warming in April

    • M. Noonan January 5, 2015 / 11:47 am

      See a lot of people like that nitwit you saw on CNN – and they really believe it. As it turned out, what has allowed Obama – and the United States – to dodge the bullet has been increasingly cheap energy prices these last couple years, produced by our oil and natural gas boom (which is giving us a massive edge over Asia and Europe in manufacturing). But now that Saudi Arabia is pumping out oil for three-fold purpose of wrecking Iran, Russia and America’s fracking industry, we’ll see how things go for the next two years…

  2. Cluster January 5, 2015 / 9:03 am

    We had some snow in the northern parts of the Valley over the holiday break which is pretty cool to see. Wickenburg which is about 40 miles NW of Phoenix got about 1 or 2 inches. But it never sticks around too long. Back in the 70’s this week.

  3. Retired Spook January 5, 2015 / 9:28 am

    Our local morning newspaper featured an oped a few days ago from a physics professor at the Indiana/Purdue regional campus in Fort Wayne. In it he talked about the projected 3-10 degree (C) rise in the global average temperature by 2,100. My first thought as I read the article was the old saying, “better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt.” I can’t say I’ve ever seen a projection of 10 degrees (C), and even 3 degrees is over the original IPCC projection of 2.78, which is double what has actually been observed in the last 25 years.

    • Cluster January 5, 2015 / 7:17 pm

      I have been wondering how liberals will squirm out of this issue once it is obvious to everyone. Remember how “global warming” turned into “climate change” when it became convenient? Also, a few years back, Japanese scientists were predicting a cooling period – why? Because the earth was orbiting further away from the sun after being at it’s closest orbital point for years. Imagine that.

      • M. Noonan January 5, 2015 / 8:32 pm

        I don’t think they even care – they have it from the mountain, as it were, that the world is warming up…30 years from now, when it is clear that it isn’t, most of those raking it in will already be dead, or very aged…and happily counting their money. Those on the lower level who provided the army of dupes will be instructed to move on to some other issue which will make them smarter than everyone else…

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