Have you noticed that every time there has been a Global Warming Conference or Summit scheduled somewhere in the world, there's a lot of snow, ice, or unusually cold temperatures to throw eggs on the faces of the eggheads who are perpetuating this myth?
Well, take a look at this article.
Climate change is not only making the planet warmer, it is also making snowstorms stronger and more frequent, US scientists said on Tuesday.
"Heavy snowstorms are not inconsistent with a warming planet," said scientist Jeff Masters, as part of a conference call with reporters and colleagues convened by the Union of Concern Scientists.
"In fact, as the Earth gets warmer and more moisture gets absorbed into the atmosphere, we are steadily loading the dice in favor of more extreme storms in all seasons, capable of causing greater impacts on society."
Most people who read this blog are certainly smart enough to recognize the pattern, and are fully capable of making the connection here. But just in case we have any visitors who aren't up to speed with us yet, I will connect the dots for them.
This means spring is coming soon and next winter there will be far less snow, than this past one. If only they would tell us that temps will get more frigid because of warming, maybe we could get another mild winter like when we had El Nino. (I know I am probably being greedy here, but you cannot blame me for asking.)