Thursday, March 20, 2008

The IPCC Weighs in On Clouds

Climate-alarmists have been getting a little testy by all the bad press this year's cold winter is bringing. Turns out their modeling really doesn't factor-in clouds.


Aren't they a pretty important part of the overall weather/climate equation?

Perhaps in response to this, the scientists of the IPCC have just released the following scientific bulletin.

Visual cue: imagine "We Are The World":

Rows and flows of angel hair,
And ice cream castles in the air,
And feather canyons everywhere,
We've looked at clouds that way.

But now they only block the Sun,
They rain and snow on everyone.
So many things we would have done,
But clouds got in our way.

We've looked at clouds from both sides now,
From up and down, and still somehow,
It's cloud illusions we recall,
We really don't know clouds, at all.

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"... nothing intellectually compelling or challenging.. bald assertions coupled to superstition... woefully pathetic"