The star of Global Warming Theory Michael Mann:
“Record heat wave in the US that’s part of a larger picture of early summer temperatures that are the warmest on record, which is part of a larger picture of a globe that is running warmer than ever before…”
There you go. It's hot in Philadelphia, therefore the planet is warming.
So you know, this guy has a PhD.
Hey, genius, explain this, from yesterday:
Widespread cloud and persistent rainfall has kept temperatures down right across Queensland [Australia].And then there's this, from the L.A. Times the day before:
Longreach, in the Central West, received persistent rain from Tuesday evening, dropping the temperatures by about four degrees. The temperature then barely moved yesterday, reaching a maximum of 11 degrees; 12 degrees below the long-term average and the coldest July day in 44 years of records.Isisford, further south, was even colder, getting to just 10 degrees. This was the town's chilliest day since before records began in 1913, almost a century ago.
Some locations in the Maranoa and Darling Downs didn't even make it to 10 degrees. This includes Charleville, Injune, St George and Inglewood.
Residents of Brisbane also experienced the cardigan-worthy weather. The city topped at 17 degrees, three below average. [emphasis mine]
So it's hot in parts of the world and it's cold in parts of the world. Sounds like what many of us remember to be the weather, right?
Well, not to Mr. Global Warming. Hot in his sand box means hot everywhere. And reason to panic.
Too funny. With enemies like this, we're sure to be victorious.