Death By Climate Change


A man went out to shovel snow yesterday near where I was staying in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.  He froze to death in his garage.  Welcome to climate change.  That is, welcome to the real climate change.  It’s getting cold with even colder weather in sight for most of the country.  Looking for twenty below zero around here.

I think we can safely forget about global warming – it ain’t happening. As I’m sure even Al would have to admit, his prediction that the North polar ice cap would be gone by 2014, at the latest, didn’t happen.  NASA satellite images actually show that ice has been accumulating worldwide, not decreasing.

So, Al might as well use his “hockey stick” for fuel in the fireplace this week.  Actually, I don’t think he was all that worried about global warming anyway as neither he nor his elite buddies have yet to give up their private jets.  Davos was quite a sight recently with all the private jets polluting the pristine Switzerland mountain air.

In 2012, Benny Peiser, director of the Global Warming Policy Foundation, said that, “We’re now well into the second decade of the pause (no global warming). If we don’t see convincing evidence of global warming by 2015, it will start to become clear whether the models are bunk.” Now, four years later – yeah, I guess it’s pretty clear that they’re bunk. According to NASA data, temperatures have actually decreased since 1998.

Now, we have record lows and the coldest winter on record in forever. Welcome to the reality of climate change.  And it’s only going to get worse as there are predictions of a mini-ice age on the horizon. Hope you like ice fishing.



I suppose it’s always possible that I could change my mind about global warming. For example, if all those private jets suddenly vanished, I might get a little worried.


 “It is time for governments to finally admit the truth about global warming. Warming is not the problem. Government action is the problem.” – William Happer, professor emeritus at Princeton University


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