Warrmists Blame Heavy Snow In Russia On “Climate Change”
The cult of Climate Astrology is at it again (via The New Nostradamus Of The North)
(Moscow Times) The heaviest snowfall in a century brought Moscow and the surrounding region to a near standstill and left hundreds of people without power, officials said Tuesday.
And with snowfall set to continue at least until the end of the week, the authorities are bracing for more chaos on the roads.
“There hasn’t been such a winter in 100 years,” Pyotr Biryukov, deputy mayor for residential issues, said Tuesday in comments carried by Interfax. “The snow this year has already reached one and a half times the climatic norm,” he said.
They’ve received a massive amount of snow, and it keeps coming and coming. Epic snowfall. So, what do the Warmists at the World Wildlife Federation Russia say?
“The weather we’ve seen in the past couple of days completely fits with the tendency that was identified a couple of years ago, that we are going to to see much stronger, intensive bursts of precipitation in the future,” said Alexei Kokorin, director of the climate and energy program at WWF Russia. “In the summer, we will probably see stronger bursts of rain.”
“In Moscow, that causes problems for transportation,” he said. “But in Central Asia and other places, it means flash flooding and very serious problems for agriculture.”
These people really are bat-guano insane, and anyone who believes this tripe should be treated as such and discouraged from being seen in society and their mental competence questioned. No matter what happens in the world, it “proves” their hypothesis of hotcoldwetdry.
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