Friday, July 4, 2008

Record-breaking COLD temperature in July!

Kool AidRemember when that truth vector--our beloved media--published an article last year stating that 2008 would be among the hottest and that global warming was rushing spring? So far this year, that hasn't happened, which has led to climate revisionism by the "really smart people" who originally told us we were doomed to another hot year caused by our love of capitalism. Yeah, it's cooling...oops! But it's only because global warming is being masked by La Nina for ten years. Crap! Another failed climate prediction. Their little fart of arrogance is wafting up into the atmosphere and warming the Earth!

LOL! The 2nd of July, 2008: Charlotte, NC BREAKS A 100-YEAR-OLD RECORD COLD TEMPERATURE in the midst of summer. Are you fruitcake, Kool-Aid drinking warmaholics receiving that message? No, it was not caused by “climate change,” as I’m sure your media programming will lead you to say (see here where fruitcakes actually implied that cold is caused by warming). Weather anomalies happen (that’s why we have almanacs), and you alarmists use empirical data all the time to support a theory that says the climate is warming unnaturally.

Well, here’s some of the vast empirical evidence (that you regularly ignore) that says the climate is not warming; we won’t even go into the actual, raw, scientific data that says global warming HAS NOT AND IS NOT HAPPENING.

Charlotte temperature hits 123-year low | Charlotte Observer:

This morning was downright cool in the Charlotte region -- cool enough to break a record that had stood for more than a century.

The temperature at Charlotte/Douglas International Airport was 56 at about 5:30 a.m., breaking the July 2 record of 58, set in 1885. The normal low for this time of year is 70.

It'll warm up quickly today, though. Temperatures today are expected to peak at 90 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. But it'll still feel pleasant because of humidity levels between 20 and 25 percent, said NWS meteorologist Doug Outlaw.

Conditions will be cool again overnight, with the low descending to 59, one degree warmer than the record for July 3, set in 1932. And the Fourth of July is expected to be warm and dry, with a high of 92 and "a very, very minimal chance" of rain, Outlaw said.

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