Patrick A McCombs is discussing:

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took to social media on Thursday during a tornado warning in Washington, D.C., and swiftly tried to connect it to climate change -- prompting one meteorologist to call her out for not knowing "the difference between weather and climate." 

To paraphrase the late Lord Kelvin, "if you can't measure it, it ain't science." At least with "global warming" you had numbers. You can argue about how they were collected, how they were adjusted, and what exactly they meant. But they were numbers. With "climate change" it's nothing but isolated anecdotes about local weather phenomena that change from year to year depending on just which part of the globe is experiencing "unusual" weather. Anything is "proof" of "climate change." How convenient.


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2019-46-Fr 05:46:34 pm

To paraphrase the late Lord Kelvin, "if you can't measure it, it ain't science." At lease with "global warming" you had numbers. You can argue about how they were collected, how they were adjusted, and what exactly they meant. But they were numbers. With "climate change" it's nothing but isolated anecdotes about local weather phenomena that change from year to year depending on just which part of the globe is experiencing "unusual" weather. Anything is "proof" of "climate change." How convenient.

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