Uh… I Think This Is Good News?

[High Praise! to Liberal Logic 101]

Exit question: what weather-related phenomenon would NOT be indicative of global warming?

Would it do the trick if, say, every day, the temperature were exactly the same as it was a year ago?

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  1. Weather related phenomenon NOT indicative of global warming? What if it rained cats and dogs? I’m not talking about a lot of rain here, I mean literally a billion cute fluffy little puppies and kittens—and older cats and dogs—impacting at a velocity of about 32 feet per second² from say 4000 feet. Now you gotta admit, that would be hard to blame on global warming.

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  2. The opening of the Silver Surfer FF movie made me laugh when it snowed in Egypt and the news said, “Scientists have ruled out global warming”.

    Which we know is a BS, that would have been the second thing they blamed it on.

    We all know the first thing the Egyptians would blame it on, think, “Head northeast from Egypt”.

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