Warmist: “We Ain’t Seen Nothing Yet” Regarding Cold And Snow

Yet another cultist tells us that all this cold and snow is because you, dear reader, drove a fossil fueled vehicle. Here’s Ann McFeathers

Climate change is all around

Don’t read this if you are among the few who have not been affected by this winter’s wild and wicked weather. You wouldn’t understand.

I am in my kitchen surrounded by pots and pans collecting water from leaks from the relatively new roof I recently paid off. The water is a disgusting shade of brown, of course, and can’t even be used for any good purpose.

But I am extremely grateful the roof itself has not caved in as so many have done in the Northeast.

I can’t drive my car to the grocery store because after I painstakingly dug it out of the snow, the county snowplow finally showed up and pushed the snow from the entire street in front of my carport. AAA cheerfully agrees it may be May before I drive that baby again.

One would think that this might actually give a Warmist pause in thinking about what the causes of the current warm period are. Nope.

Once again, I am mystified by climate change deniers, most of whom are rich or are paid vast sums to serve in Congress or are running for president. Some of them are so incredibly dense they say such things as, duh, there can’t be global warming when it’s so cold outside. Thus they tout their complete ignorance that climate change means more extreme weather patterns and long-term changes that will devastate huge populations.

Interesting. I’m not rich, nor am I paid vast sums to serve in Congress or run for president. In fact, most Skeptics are simply average folks who refuse to buy the line that Mankind is mostly/solely responsible for the current warm period. Some skeptics even hold the view that Mankind is responsible for 51%+ of the current warming. However, they also do not think it reason for scream doom and gloom, pass restrictive laws, rules, and regulations which artificially raise our cost of living and give government more power over our lives. Many understand that a warm period is much better for human development than a cool one. Anyhow, here we go

Climate change doesn’t just mean we’re seeing record warm temperatures year after year. It also means breadbaskets will become arid deserts, coastal towns will flood, tornadoes and hurricanes and tsunamis will become more intense and dangerous.

Interesting. Tornadoes and hurricanes have neither become more intense, nor widespread. Tsunamis? Seriously? The weather mostly has nothing to do with tsunamis. And, of course, the obvious inference, based on the opening paragraphs, is that “climate change” is causing snow and cold

This ongoing winter has been brutal, but as we shovel, mop and repair, a nagging thought occurs: We ain’t seen nuthin yet.

Nothing says “cult!” like blaming brutal snow and cold on heat trapping gases.

BTW, here’s global warming

(CBS Boston) ..a photographer on Nantucket found something most of us have never seen – nearly frozen waves.

Jonathan Nimerfroh was walking along a beach on the island recently when he saw these waves rolling in like slush.

The waves were semi-frozen because there was so much ice inside them.

I blame you for using heat in your big McMansion.

Crossed at Pirate’s Cove. Follow me on Twitter @WilliamTeach.

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