In Other Words…

Posted on August 26, 2014 8:00 am

A climate scientist said that a 15 year global warming hiatus was just a “climate variability that is temporarily masking a longer-term temperature trend.”

So… “bad weather”?

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9 Responses to “In Other Words…”

  1. Nucking Futs says:

    That’s just scientist speak for “we were wrong”. Sounds much better the way he said it.

  2. FormerHostage says:

    …and a White House advisor said that the apparent rise in unemployment figures and non-working adults was just a “job market variability that is temporarily masking the end of this recession.”

    …also the increased violence in Iraq was a “swing in political alliances masking the long-lasting peace that is Obama’s reign.”

  3. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    when in doubt, just make $hit up about previous $hit you made up.

  4. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    The average temperature in the U.S. has risen about 1.5 degrees since the beginning of the 1900s.
    and the number of thermometers in obscure places has risen about 500000%
    Apple A x Orange Z = BSĀ²

  5. Jeff in South Dakota says:

    Sounds like some of the crap I tried on my professors in college…

  6. Jimmy says:

    Well, they got the “hiatus” right. They’re suffering from a cranial hiatus hernia.

    Hey, let’s put more temperature gauges above black tar rooftops in asphalt cities and see if that will reverse the trend.

  7. ConnecticutCompromise says:

    In Other Words…All climate patterns are cyclical, in approximately a 20 year pattern, which is what those who debunked “Global Warming” from the very beginning said (*Harvey takes a bow*)

  8. Iowa Jim says:

    In other news, Alex Rodriguez’s agent said that his inaction during the 2014 season is just “a career variability masking a longer-term trend of offensive production and PED use”.

  9. Doug says:

    Riiiiiiiight!

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