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    One Year Ago: New York Times Warned of End of Snow

    Posted on January 27, 2015 by Bob Allen — 13 Comments


    Today journalists are preparing for a blizzard, last year they were telling us about the end of snow.


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    Here is a post about (unintentional) humor post. It was published about one year ago in the New York Times. Maybe all of the Northeasterners who are so apoplectic about Global Warming… er, sorry… Climate Change… can sit and read this while they’re snowed in the next few days.

    [See also, “Global Warming Creates Extreme Weather that Doesn’t Exist.”]


    Here is how the New York Times story ends:

    With several dry winters back to back, the ski industry is waking up. Last spring, 108 ski resorts, along with 40 major companies, signed the Climate Declaration, urging federal policy makers to take action on climate change. A few weeks later, President Obama announced his Climate Action Plan, stating, “Mountain communities worry about what smaller snowpacks will mean for tourism — and then, families at the bottom of the mountains wonder what it will mean for their drinking water.”

    It was a big step forward for skiers and the country. And it led people to ask me, “Why save skiing when there are more pressing consequences of climate change to worry about?” The answer is, this is not about skiing. It is about snow, a vital component of earth’s climate system and water cycle. When it disappears, what follows is a dangerous chain reaction of catastrophes like forest fires, drought, mountain pine beetle infestation, degraded river habitat, loss of hydroelectric power, dried-up aquifers and shifting weather patterns. Not to mention that more than a billion people around the world — including about 70 million in the western United States — rely on snowmelt for their fresh water supply.

    I remember watching my first Winter Olympics in 1980. We were on a family ski trip at Copper Mountain in Colorado, where my brother and I skied the first powder run of our lives. It was on a gentle slope just off one of the main trails. We wiggled down the hill in chaotic rapture then skied the run again and again. The snow was soft and the turns effortless. You don’t have to be a skier to feel nostalgia for those whitewashed days — or to see the writing on the wall.

    Oh, but now we’re told a big snow is a “definite evidence” of Climate Change.

    Yeah, uh huh… It is nice when whatever happens is “proof” of your fantasies.

    The End of Snow… Hahahahahahahahahahahaha bwa-hahahahahahaha.

    Don’t freeze, friends.
    Read more at http://politicaloutcast.com/2015/01/one-year-ago-new-york-times-warned-end-snow/#A4dmMBRZ6rgdk60c.99

  • #2
    What great irony. One might nurture a sneaking suspicion that Someone has the rebel leaders of the world in derision.

    God made a fool of the global warming liars who seek to mitigate divine judgment on the earth. As a result, they can't predict weather a day in advance. In the absence of control or predictability, they need a new moniker: Climate Change. They can still spin that to political advantage.

    Al Gore and the rich boys club can't save us. But they can get rich off of our fear, gullibility and ungodliness. And build posh bunkers to hide themselves from the holy face and the wrath that they fear.

    Here's a worthy experiment: seek God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness and truth; stop defiling the land; stop spraying the skies; stop emptying the Great Lakes and shipping the water to China.

    There is only one who can save us: the Lord Jesus Christ, and none beside Him. If we do not seek His mercy, there is none to be had elsewhere.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Baruch View Post
      What great irony. One might nurture a sneaking suspicion that Someone has the rebel leaders of the world in derision.

      God made a fool of the global warming liars who seek to mitigate divine judgment on the earth. As a result, they can't predict weather a day in advance. In the absence of control or predictability, they need a new moniker: Climate Change. They can still spin that to political advantage.

      Al Gore and the rich boys club can't save us. But they can get rich off of our fear, gullibility and ungodliness. And build posh bunkers to hide themselves from the holy face and the wrath that they fear.

      Here's a worthy experiment: seek God, merciful and gracious, longsuffering, and abundant in goodness and truth; stop defiling the land; stop spraying the skies; stop emptying the Great Lakes and shipping the water to China.

      There is only one who can save us: the Lord Jesus Christ, and none beside Him. If we do not seek His mercy, there is none to be had elsewhere.
      How true. They predicted New York would get 2 feet and they got 8" instead.

      If they can not predict 24 hours in advance, how foolish for them to think they can predict the future decades from now.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
        How true. They predicted New York would get 2 feet and they got 8" instead.

        If they can not predict 24 hours in advance, how foolish for them to think they can predict the future decades from now.
        Perhaps all they can accurately predict is their own destruction. But thanks be to God even that is not in their hands.

        What needs to be known of the future, God has already told us.

        Satan likes to set up dominoes so that he can predict their fall. It is a cheap trick, but it works enough of the time to convince the likes of Nostradamus and Theosophists.

        How else will God mess with Satan's agenda? We live in a very interesting time, don't we.

        The Chinese purportedly used that as a curse: may you live in interesting times. The Chinese, being unbelievers when they spoke that curse into existence, would have been under the curse of the law of sin and death, so it is no wonder they thought this way.

        Those born of God and trusting in Him are free from the curse, and are partakers in His blessings.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Baruch View Post
          Perhaps all they can accurately predict is their own destruction. But thanks be to God even that is not in their hands.

          What needs to be known of the future, God has already told us.

          Satan likes to set up dominoes so that he can predict their fall. It is a cheap trick, but it works enough of the time to convince the likes of Nostradamus and Theosophists.

          How else will God mess with Satan's agenda? We live in a very interesting time, don't we.

          The Chinese purportedly used that as a curse: may you live in interesting times. The Chinese, being unbelievers when they spoke that curse into existence, would have been under the curse of the law of sin and death, so it is no wonder they thought this way.

          Those born of God and trusting in Him are free from the curse, and are partakers in His blessings.
          Amen Barry...................Lou

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