Surprise: Medieval Warm Period DID Exist

ROFLMAO. History did happen. A real scientist had to figure it out, with his high-tech modelling rig:

Also in September, American Craig Loehle, a scientist who conducts computer modelling on global climate change, confirmed his earlier findings that the so-called Medieval Warm Period (MWP) of about 1,000 years ago did in fact exist and was even warmer than 20th-century temperatures.

Great story by Lorne Gunter here: Thirty years of warmer temperatures go poof

30 Years of Global Warming Models Vastly in Error

30 Years of Global Warming Models Vastly in Error

and there’s this:

Don Easterbrook, a geologist at Western Washington University, says, “It’s practically a slam dunk that we are in for about 30 years of global cooling,”

And speaking of global warming, now would be a GREAT time for you to give up coal-fired power plants, nuclear energy, burning natural gas, and of course good ol’ gasoline and oil. Chairman Obama says it’s now urgent, and there can be no more debate. It’s not voluntary. You won’t be cold for long. A reordering of human economies and societies is necessary.

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One Response

  1. Yes Chairman Obama, I understand that these actions are for our collective good, and more importantly for the welfare of our beautiful planet. Can you please direct the Central Committee to make me and my family some new coats as it is getting very chilly in here? No? Oh yes, I understand that we all must sacrifice for the welfare of the planet. Thank you Chairman Obama. Thank you Commissar Gore. May Gaia bless you and your progressive endeavor.

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