90 Years Of Cooling In Alabama Led To The Disastrous Tornado Outbreak


We must find a way to warm Alabama up. Maybe spread soot on the polar ice caps?

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5 Responses to 90 Years Of Cooling In Alabama Led To The Disastrous Tornado Outbreak

  1. chris y says:

    This is another fine example of natural climate variability up until about 1975. Then suddenly, and dramatically, anthropogenic CO2 instantaneously overwhelms natural variability, causing all of the temperature rise from 1975 to 2010. Of course, catastrophic aerosol emissions from China are now masking the catastrophic warming that would otherwise be happening at an exponentially accelerating rate, while simultaneously catastrophically increasing sea ice losses from increased soot deposition in the Arctic, which causes further warming, plus ozone hole blah blah blah…

    Or something.

    • Lance says:

      But CO2 only targets poor people, I mean wake up!
      It avoids any affects on North America, but hits the rest of the world.

  2. A K Haart says:

    What is the usual speed of a catastrophe? I mean a slow catastrophe like the sun turning into a red giant isn’t really a catastrophe at all, because it’s too slow. The climate change thingy seems suspiciously slow too – far too slow for a real honest to goodness catastrophe.

  3. Jimbo says:

    Facts no longer matter.

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    We better drill for more oil, produce bigger SUVs and burn more dirty coal in order to prevent any further tornado disasters.

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