The climate deception machine is running overtime this Christmas season. The following is courtesy of the good people at thinkprogress.org:
This winter has been unusually warm, crippling ski resorts, ruining holiday traditions, and dashing hopes of a white Christmas across the northern hemisphere. While the billions of tons of greenhouse pollution in our atmosphere sometimes encourage freak snowstorms, the primary effect of global warming on winter is, well, warmer temperatures — making white Christmases less likely. Temperature increases in some regions were off the charts in November, withnorthern Norway about 10°F warmer than average. In Finland, snow has been replaced by rain, killing World Cup and European Cup ski races, hurting retail sales, and adding to the gloom people feel from the long winter dark. This “black Christmas” shows the “footprint of global warming“:
The desire to travel back in time among some folks is odd. But if you’re someone so inclined, you’ll want to choose the timeframe that the time machine puts you in carefully or you’ll wind up on a warmer planet than the Earth you were born into. Warm can be natural. Why is this so hard to understand?
Unless and until we exceed the temperatures seen during the Eemian (and the interglacials before it), there is no proof whatsoever that human emissions have swamped the climate system. None.
As for less snowy Decembers, you might want to get your facts straight.