Monday, December 13, 2010

More global warming

Seriously folks, this really is evidence of global warming. Thus, when we get fears of flooding in the Jordan Valley and the Judean Desert and nearly four feet of snow falls in the area of Mount Hermon, with light snow in Jerusalem, it has to be global warming.

When you get heavy snow in Damascus (pictured above), it can only mean one thing ... global warming. Equally, the collapse of the inflatable roof of the Metrodome sports stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, after an "old fashioned winter blizzard" when 17 inches of snow fell on the city, can only mean one thing ... more global warming.

Even as China braces itself for a blast of icy weather, the Inner Mongolia autonomous region and the northeastern provinces of Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning have already been affected by the cold air, with drops in temperatures ranging from 4-10°C in places over the weekend.

With Britain awaiting a similar fate, and the US still cleaning up the mess from last time, this too can only mean that more global warming is on its way. Of course, you would expect snow in Moscow this time of the year (above), but two years ago they were having to import it, so this current crop must be indicative of global waming.

In the warmist mind, everything is evidence of global warming – it has to be. After all, if global warming is a given, if it is real and it is happening, any weather anomaly of any nature must be evidence of global warming. And if there is evidence of global warming, then it must be real and it must be happening. It really is that simple. 

That is why we have to pay £18.3 billion a year to finance the Climate Change Act - you know it makes sense.