2017-08-08 21:43:09 UTC
Why can't they say that temperature has risen x amount since 1880? Because
there were "cooler" years interspersed within the decades that were NOT a
part of their "periods" of comparison, and that would ruin their
It's always nice to see GOVERNMENT offices fudge numbers. I get a real
swell of pride when I see what our government has become.
Now, we're in the future... yippee!
Please explain these to a 5th grader:
Here we are... putting money and cost onto a "WEATHER EVENT" to try and
show how "extreme" the WEATHER event was. What if a hurricane has 200mph
sustained winds and the lowest pressure ever recorded, but never comes
ashore and causes NO damage. Did it make a sound?
LOL... we now have gone to the top of the ridiculousness pile. We've
started anthropomorphizing weather and fire events.
"These high-impact events occur preferentially under hotter, drier
Fire PREFERS a hot and dry condition. So... fire can THINK now, huh?
I guess 5th graders DO make up the bulk of the government agencies now.