Weather Modelers Need To Include Carpooling Statistics As A Boundary Condition

Easy to see why a California resident would be troubled by warming.

h/t to Marc Morano

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10 Responses to Weather Modelers Need To Include Carpooling Statistics As A Boundary Condition

  1. Mike Davis says:

    Hopefully this IDIOT is doing their part by Home Office and other technologies that reduce vehicle use. If they have enough time to contemplate this type of BS they are wasting energy that can be put to better uses. They should volunteer their spare time to transport homeless across the sate line and reduce the unemployment numbers in California. If they have less that 6 peoples to a bedroom and less than 20 people to a house they are being wasteful! Car pooling is small potatoes compared to the other more important things they could be doing to solve their imaginary problem. Call the power company and have power turned off to your entire neighborhood would be a big step in the “Right Direction”!

  2. Mike Davis says:

    Virtual Vacations are the answer to their Virtual problem! If they all took Virtual Vacations and ate Virtual food I am absolutely certain they can solve their Virtual Problem!

  3. maguro says:

    The problem with carpooling is that you end up trapped in a car with guys like Daniel Akst.

  4. Justa Joe says:

    Akst is convinced that the world is “cooking” based on what evidence?

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    But remember, LA was 113 last summer for ten minutes and then the thermometer mysteriously “broke” and was decommissioned. That is proof of global warming, even if otherwise they have been cold for the last year.

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