July 21, 2009, - 11:10 am

This is “Global Warming,” Summer ’09 Edition

By Debbie Schlussel
Yeah, yeah, yeah. I know the global warming cultists will tell me it’s not about “global warming” anymore–that they’ve adjusted the false theory of their cult to accommodate the refutative, unseasonally cool temperatures, and that it’s now “climate change.” BTW, climate change is normal–it’s called “weather.”
Ignore their BS and check out these temps from from the latest exhibit in “global warming.”


The South and Midwest have been experiencing record-low temperatures, turning summer topsy-turvy.
“It’s more like spring or fall,” Weather Channel lead meteorologist Chris Dolce said Monday.
Atlanta saw a record low of 61 degrees early Monday. And the daytime was much more pleasant than the usual 90 and humid, Dolce said.
“It just beautiful,” he said from Atlanta. “It’s not very often your clothes don’t stick to you around here.”
A wave of cool, dry air has settled over the East Coast and the South and has allowed the summer heat to escape, Dolce said. The cool temperatures could stay through the weekend if another shot of cold air from Canada refreshes the weather system, he said.
A cool summer is being felt in many states.
Anniston, Ala., woke up Monday to a crisp 55 degrees. Crossville, Tenn., dipped to 52. Dubuque, Iowa, recorded 49 degrees.
Meteorologist Gary Goggins of the National Weather Service in Birmingham, Ala., turned off his air conditioner and opened his windows Monday morning.
“If you stood outside long enough, you’d need a light jacket,” he said.
The normal low temperature in Birmingham this time of year is 70 degrees and the normal high is 93, Goggins said.
But early Monday morning, the temperature at Birmingham Airport was 59, breaking a record of 60 set in 1947. The temperature never climbed above 83 – 10 degrees lower than normal. Montgomery’s chill hit 59, breaking by four degrees the record 63 set in 1923, Goggins said.

Yup, global warming. And, in a few years, we’ll all be having our groceries fall out of ripped paper bags and be stuck with those ugly “energy-saving” non-conventional bulbs, all because of this cultist hype that continues to be disproven.
Question: In a few years, when I and many other Americans have to throw out our lamps that work only with old-school incandescent bulbs, how much landfill waste and more alleged “global warming” will that cause?


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9 Responses

Its a cult because even the facts won’t make a dent in their conviction the world is coming to an end. They will take even counter-intuitive evidence as proof they are on the right path. There is no reasoning with the climate change worshipers.

NormanF on July 21, 2009 at 11:37 am

Debbie, I think they should just ban all thermometers, lest the theory come into disrepute. On the other hand, I thank G-d we aren’t enering into a new ice age, which I would not enjoy. Also, baruch hashem we were born after the recapture of Jerusalem.

Anonymous1 on July 21, 2009 at 11:40 am

So you admit its now called climate change but the unusually cold temps don’t prove a thing. That’s what climate change is about, in that some places will have unusually cold or hot weather but overall the global temp is rising, as anyone can see on temperature models of the earth.

nakruh01 on July 21, 2009 at 11:43 am

I don’t think pollution is a good thing by any means, but why must America take all of the responsibility for it? What about China? They manufacture like it is the 1800’s, and guess where all those stupid re-usable grocery bags are made.

Hopewell on July 21, 2009 at 11:47 am

Keep up the good fight, Debbie. I’m with you all the way.
This isn’t about climate change. This is about crippling the American economy with a reverse tariff on all goods and services.
In the hay-day of nuclear power, its advocates said: “But the fuel is CHEAP.” The opponents of nuclear power didn’t care. They wanted to cripple our economy.
Now those same opponents of nuclear power are telling us: “But the fuel is FREE.” Their agenda hasn’t changed. They still want to cripple our economy.
What’s interesting is that the opponents of burning fuel have adopted an appeal that is so similar to that of a group they opposed so vehemently 30 years ago. I think it says a lot about the hypocrisy of those who find “climate change” so compelling.

There is NO Santa Claus on July 21, 2009 at 11:59 am

That god the glacier here in Nashville has been saved…

dw on July 21, 2009 at 12:09 pm

In fairness, it has been very hot in Texas this summer. In June, my hometown of Beeville (90 miles southeast of San Antonio) reached 110 degrees.
However, in the eighties when I grew up, we had some very brutal heat waves then. A few years ago, Beeville also had snow for the first time in two decades.

richardzowie on July 21, 2009 at 12:48 pm

As for the CFL’s, the same econ-uts that are pushing for them today will be hand wringing when it comes time to start disposing of the dead ones- a CFL has about 4 times the amount of mercury by mass, than the old mercury thermometers they allwent batsh*t over being put in landfills. Let’s face it, the average household is gonna have at least 30 times as many “CFL’s” as they ever did mercury thermometers. Oh, but wait- that’s another way for government to charge us all to dispose of them, right?
As for nucelar plants, I still don’t think I hear the tree hugger or the greeies wanting them used at all- and America has enough vacant space to put them anywhere that there’s an adequate amount of water for a cooling supply. Same is true for all their push into other technologies- they hate the fact that solar farms cover acres and acres of desert, that windmill turbines spoil their view, and on and on. All rebels without a clue, so to speak. Give them what they want and they still complain about it. Politically they love the chinese, indians and the combined third world partying like it was 1899, but simply want to cripple the US economy, our jobs, and independence regardign energy needs. I say make them all live in Beijing.

Mistress_Dee on July 21, 2009 at 5:28 pm

Wow, where to start. Even if you do not think Global Climate Change is real there are still reasons to support things like solar power. It is not only about saving the planet from Warming, it is also about being more sustainable. Fossil fuels are a finite resource. So if we don’t start the gradual switch to renewable energies (such as wind and solar) now, then it will just be more difficult in the future. This could have an even more drastic effect on the economy then recent events. Also the switch to these energies has potential to created millions of new jobs all of the united states, which will help our weakened economy.

Now on Global Climate Change. It is called this not because it might get cooler, but rather the fact that a temperature increase will not be the only change. Even a small change in the Earth’s temperature has the power to destroy entire ecosystems and force millions of species to go extinct. The fact is the the vast majority of the scientific community supports the fact that Global Warming is happening and it is the fault of humans. In light of recent cooling, Global Climate Change is complex, there are hundreds of factors to take into account. Just because it has been a little cooler doesn’t mean all of those scientist were wrong.

Aaron Coleman on July 29, 2009 at 1:05 am

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