Global Warming? Are They Kidding Us? 8 Reasons Why This Winter Is Making A Mockery Of The Climate Change Crowd

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Global WarmingAs absolutely brutal winter weather hammers the United States, Europe and Asia, many people are wondering where all of that “global warming” is supposed to be.  After all, if climate change is about to cause absolute devastation to the earth, shouldn’t we all at least be able to enjoy some mild winters in the meanwhile?  The truth is that this winter is making an absolute mockery out of the climate change crowd.  It simply does not make sense that the earth is massively heating up when we are experiencing record cold temperatures and record-setting snow storms all over the globe. 

So just what is going on with the weather?  Well, it is actually the sun the drives global warming and cooling, and right now we are in a cooling cycle.  To learn more about the science behind this, just check out this article

In any event, the truth is that even the common man or woman on the street can put 2 and 2 together this winter and realize that this whole “global warming” thing is not all that it is cracked up to be.  The following are just 8 reasons why this winter is making a mockery out of the climate change crowd….

#1) Global warming?  Record-setting cold temperatures and brutal winter weather have been sweeping North America, Europe and Asia with no end in sight.

#2) Global warming?  877 snowfall records were set or tied in the United States in just one week in December.

#3) Global warming? A massive storm barreling into the Upper Midwest just before Christmas stirred up a blizzard that some meteorologists said was stronger than just about any storm seen in South Dakota in the past 40 years.

#4) Global warming?  Winter has only just begun and 50 percent of the U.S. was already covered in snow at one point in December.

#5) Global warming?  The death toll from winter storms across Europe has risen to at least 80 people, as arctic temperatures and heavy snow continue to plague the continent.

#6) Global warming? More than 30 people died in cold-weather related incidents in Northern India recently in just one 24 hour period.

#7) Global warming? Even Barack Obama has been impacted by this winter weather.  In fact, Obama had to leave the United Nations Copenhagen summit on global warming because of a record setting snow storm back home in Washington D.C.

#8) Global warming? In the wake of the Copenhagen climate change summit, many delegates returned home only to find record-setting subfreezing weather hammering their home nations throughout Europe.  Sometimes it seems like someone up there has a beautiful sense of humor.

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  • kent

    Are you honestly this stupid?… Really? You give examples of a recent cold spell and think this disproves all global warming theories?… I suspect this may be a joke site, but I’m not going to read more articles find out if it is or not… Anyway, thats your argument? That its been a bad winter from some people therefore global warming is debunked? Your points are a joke. Here are a couple similar points to compare your logic to:

    1) I’m not hungry right now therefore I do not need to eat. Ever.

    2) No human poops because I never see them doing so.

    3) Rain falls from the sky therefore there is a huge lake up there. Somewhere. In the sky. That holds the rain.

  • Marcus Tucker

    I wholeheartedly support the comments made by “Kent”… your article’s basic premise is ridiculous, and reveals an embarrassing lack of awareness of basic logic and scientific method.

    I therefore suggest that the article should be moved from “Environmental” to your “Stupidity” category.

  • Marcus Tucker

    PS – even the use of the term “Global Warming” is ignorant and outdated, the correct term is “Climate Change”.

  • Greg

    @ Marcus,

    What causes climate change if not AGW?

  • Joe

    The title of this site is a joke. CLIMATE CHANGE = extreme weather conditions. Massive, frequent snow storms included. 2000 – 2009 was the warmest decade EVER.

  • V.Manoharan

    If you add heat to water,gaseous water vapor is formed. If this water vapor is cooled, it becomes liquid water(rain) or solid ice (snow). On Earth heating is very easy and cooling is difficult.

    In the last 40 years we added so much heat to the earth through agriculture,dark surfaces (red roof,black roads) ,electricity production and disturbing liquid water balance in the land. The result is very huge amounts of water vapor dumped into the atmosphere.
    Agriculture releases 4000 billion tons of water vapor. This water vapor after cooling falls as rain or snow.Water vapor stores huge amount of heat and polar ice melting can be linked to this. As there is more water vapor in the atmosphere we get unusual amount of rain or snow. Liquid water on land controls local climate. If it is disturbed, we get drought conditions/cold waves.

    The solution to climate change is to reduce heat accumulation in the atmosphere.
    This can be easily done through;
    1. massive whiteroofing
    2. reducing energy and resource use
    3. use of solar thermal processes
    4. increasing the storage of liquid water on land
    5.Planting more trees.

    Our focus should be on water vapor instead of CO2.