I asked two of the country’s top climatologists, Michael Mann and Kevin Trenberth, to comment on the role climate change has on this latest superstorm, which is forecast to break records.
They claim that heavy precipitation events are increasing due to global warming, based on a White House study showing that heavy precipitation events have increased since 1958.
The start date of 1958 was carefully cherry picked by White House fraudsters like Katherine Hayhoe, because that was the end of many years of drought, and was the lowest on record. Had they started the study in 1895, the trend in heavy precipitation events would be down.
New York’s largest snowstorm occurred in 1888, which was also their coldest year on record.
All 50 states have snow on the ground.
There is snow right on the Florida border.
View original post 92 more words
By David Kreutzer, Ph.D. ~
They mean it so much that they want you to ignore their own satellite data, which shows that while 2015 was warm, it was not as warm as 2010 or 1998.
What is scary is how much faith some people put into model projections that do not comport with the observed temperature data. (Photo: iStockphoto / Marcio Silva)
Going with the satellite data means that 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, … 2015 were cooler than 1998. Sure, 1998 was in the middle of a blockbuster El Niño, but the data trend does not look like the warming projected by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in 2001.
While there is certainly a…
View original post 649 more words