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Does Unseasonably Cold Weather Undermine the Concept of Climate Change?

I know I’ve sounded cranky on this blog in the past when telling people that mistakenly equate weather to climate (as in, how can you say there’s such a thing as global warming? Look outside; snow in April!)

I’ve come across an excellent blog post today with an entry by writer Jeff McIntire-Strasburg, the senior editor and content director at GreenOptions.com. If you’re wondering what the unusual weather means in terms of global climate change, read Jeff’s post. Jeff isn’t cranky at all.

And here’s another post on the subject from PeakOilDesign.com

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Comments

  1. Can’t you folks even get name correct? It’s not GW but Climate Change and it’s been debunked and put to bed. Move on to another manufactured crisis will you. Weather patterns change ya nitwit. If you have the proof, if you have 100% verifiable proof then you and your tinhats will have no problem debating and showing your evidence. The proof as they say is in the pudding.

    • Wow, thanks for the enlightening and knowledgeable comment. We’ll all make sure to follow your lead on the issue… Not really. I suspect the whole weight of the climate science you so casually dismiss (yet likely know little about) could be dropped on your lap (as it has been, if you’d care to look) and you’d still prefer to listen to Glenn Beck. Be my guest. In truth your comments are unoriginal and tiresome. Try harder next time.

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