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December 1, 2014

Global Warming: The Play-Doh theory

Global Warming: The Play-Doh theory

The climate change cult are like spoiled children playing with the global warming theory to fit any need

Climate Cult's Play-doh Theory |Photo Credit Flicker
Climate Cult’s Play-doh Theory |Photo Credit Flicker
The scientific philosopher Sir Karl Popper who literally wrote the book on empirical falsification of the scientific method observed:
A theory that explains everything, explains nothing.
Throughout its tortured existence, the global warming theory’s promoters have consistently and on a regular basis sought to disprove this common sense observation. The climate cult never found any situation that does not prove their theory. The global warming theory is as malleable as Play-Doh.
Whenever a previously held “settled science” conclusion is falsified by actual physical events or observation, the cult simply morphs new revelations to fit the theory. This may mean modifying the theory to fit current circumstance, re-calibrating the theory down without re-calibrating the dire hyperbole, or simply embracing current circumstances as being “consistent with” the theory.
When North America descended into winter, weeks prior to its official start date which was just a continuation of the past few years of colder than “normal” conditions earlier than normal, the cult just modified the narrative to fit the inconvenient conditions.
This habit of selective adaptation of the theory is why it is always important to remember what the theory actually called for prior to the modification. In the case of recent colder temperatures earlier than normal we need only go back to  the 2007 IPCC report which plainly defined what “global warming” was going to cause:
Global climate change is likely to be accompanied by an increase in the frequency and intensity of heat waves, as well as warmer summers and milder winters (see Table 3-10).
In the above mentioned table 3-10 the IPCC explained how sure they were of their forecast for warmer winters.

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