Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Climate Change at Work

Al Gore, Barack Obama, NASA and the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change, all agree, global warming is driving climate change, which manifests itself in extreme weather. So let's see what's been going down the last few springs.

In 2012 tornado activity was uncommonly low.

In 2013 tornado activity was even lower yet.

And so far in 2014, tornadoes are down even more.

Thanks for the warnings and your prescience guys! Global warming isn't science, it's a religion, as practiced by a proselytizing, bombastic, brainwashing sect.


  1. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-drought-covers-california-15-years-20140425,0,6033776.story#axzz303ssHdZv

    Obviously a completely different story in California. Is there a commonality? Yes. EXTREMES

    1. Oh yes, except the drought in California isn't as bad as 1976-77. How might I recall? I lived there at the time. There were lakes I never saw a drop of water occupy. That's when global cooling scientific theory was in vogue, though before environmentalists forced massive water diversions from human use. Given the current legal climate, California is overbuilt compared to its water supply, period. Enjoy your weather amnesia.