September 9, 2014 1 Comment
>Sorry Al! I know you IMAGINE yourself the inventor of the internet and I know you invented the Church of Global warming. I also know you don’t really care that your big LIE has been proven to be a fantasy because you are laughing all the way to the bank. If there were any justice in the world (HUGE IF) you would be convicted of global fraud and conspiracy and spend the rest of you miserable life in a cell with the heat turned up to 95 degrees.<
This is a very trying time for global warming fanatics. Their faith is being tested more and more. How bad do their fake science and phony predictions of doom have to get for their faith to be shaken? Only time will tell. Prophet Gore was sure that by now the Arctic ice would all be melted. But, unfortunately for him, the ice grew thicker. Gore was conveniently “not available” for comment. But his followers still believed. Likewise, for years, global warming believers have tried raising awareness about the coming increase in hurricanes, tornadoes, and wildfires. And the increase has everything to do with our record carbon emissions. Never mind the fact that hurricanes are at a 30-year low. And something similar can be said about wildfires, despite Obama’s “science” advisor stating that global warming “has been making the fire season in the United States longer and, on average, more intense.” Here’s the Washington Times:
This year’s below-average wildfire season comes as welcome news for Westerners, but it’s also burning a hole in the environmentalist narrative on climate change.
Although summer isn’t over, and fires are burning in California and Oregon, it has been a mild year in terms of the number of wildfires and acres burned, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
The agency reports that 2.77 million acres have burned this year as of Sept. 5, a decline from the 3.9 million acres that had burned by the same date in 2013 and less than half the 10-year average of 6.2 million acres. The number of fires, 38,451, is also down considerably from the 10-year average of 56,278.
That reduction is even more impressive given that the Pacific Northwest was hit with an above-average wildfire season. In July Washington suffered the most destructive fire in its history, the Carlton Complex Fire, which burned 252,000 acres and destroyed 300 homes in the state’s north-central region.
So far the 2014 wildfire season is on pace to be the second-least destructive in the last decade, which could put a damper on the campaign to connect elevated carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere to an increase in extreme weather events, including wildfires.
What are the warmists going to do with this report? They’ll probably claim that the National Interagency Fire Center are a bunch of “science-deniers” who are paid off by the oil companies and the Koch brothers. That must be the case, because everyone knows that wildfires and hurricanes are on the rise, and the ice caps are melting. Despite what the evidence shows. Of course, to global warming fanatics, facts, reason, and evidence don’t matter.