A Peek Inside The 100% Brainless World Of Climate Alarmists

Year after year, climate geniuses forecast the demise of skiing

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StopGlobalWarming.org » Is Colorado’s Ski Industry Doomed Due To Global Warming?

In the real world, winter snow cover has been steadily expanding for the last 50 years. In order to become a government climate expert, it is essential that you never look at or comprehend any actual data.


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14 Responses to A Peek Inside The 100% Brainless World Of Climate Alarmists

  1. sfx2020 says:

    Try to avoid the alarmist mistake of not showing or discussing all the data. Winter snow is increasing, but spring and summer show a clear decline. This actually fits with the temperature data of the last thirty years, where spring and summer have shown a lot of warming, while fall and especially winters shows a cooling trend.

    This is seen in local data as well as global.

    There is no doubt NH winters are getting colder with more snow.

    • Skiing is in the winter, Homer.

      • Andy DC says:

        Not in a lot of places this year. There was skiing thru most of the Spring.

        • Elaine Supkis says:

          It isn’t winter getting colder, it is SPRING AND FALL. And in some cases like last summer, summer time, too. Quite noticeable in regions that were once covered by glaciers in the past.

          Which means LA isn’t one of those places. LA was never covered by glaciers though it did have mastodons.

  2. Winnipeg Boy says:

    So i picked a random ski area: Jackson Hole, WY. Average high for DJF is about 29F, Ave low 7F. These are probably already bastardized temps found on first Google search i went to. Point is: even if we were to accept the 2C – 4C increase in 100 years (which we don’t)…there is still snow there.
    Frustrating to read the galactically stupid write their brain puke on paper, get it published by communists and believed by the unwashed.

    • Ted says:

      Snow Summit, one of the major ski resorts above Los Angeles, averages 47F and 21F through all of January. They get 6 1/2 feet of snow in an average year. I think Jackson Hole skiing could probably survive an extra degree or two. Or 10.

  3. omanuel says:

    Fear and logic are incompatible. The real world is far beyond human control, but when we abandon the delusion of control, we see that the real world sustains our lives.

    • omanuel says:

      The real universe is remarkably simple and alive because . . .

      1. Rest mass (m) and energy (E) are reversible converted:
      _ a.) Rest mass (m) becomes energy; m => E as the universe expands
      _b.) Gravitational energy becomes rest mass as the cosmos collapses; E => m

      2. The universe consists entirely of two forms of one fundamental particle:
      _ a.) The compacted electron-proton pair we call a neutron
      _ b.) The expanded electron-proton pair we call the hydrogen atom

      3. The free neutron has 0.08% more rest mass than the free hydrogen atom, and the neutron rest mass increases because of neutron repulsion when neutrons are gravitationally retained in the cores of heavy atoms, some planets, ordinary stars and galaxies.

  4. weatherguru says:

    The data before 1979 are worthless. They need to be adjusted. If one adjusts for hot ocean affect snow (as shown in version 4 of my model), then the trend is clearly decreasing. I’ll have NYT print a headline and a picture of an Eskimo trying to ride a snowmobile on grass to reenforce my idea as settled proof.

  5. Elaine Supkis says:

    The Atlantic Ocean isn’t hot. No ice age began in the Pacific region. All ice ages began in the Atlantic side of the planet.

  6. Rico L says:

    Just read an article on the BBC website, they are now reporting the predicted rate change to 3dp! Wow, temperature to 3dp. This is ludicrous.


  7. Raindog says:

    The problem is that your graph didn’t start in 78.

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