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Thursday, April 20, 2017

Nature is a climate change denier

Ecclesiastes 3:1 "To every thing there is a season, and a time to every purpose under the heaven."

Now then, California had a drought. The pagans said this was the wrath of their gods.

From Nature on September 14, 2015:
California snowpack lowest in past 500 years
From the Guardian October 9, 2015:
Global warming is shrinking California's critical snowpack
From KQED Science on February 8, 2016:
“I think this has been kind of a wake up call,” said Dan Cayan, who studies climate change at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the US Geological Survey.
“The last couple years were extraordinarily warm and I think to some extent those are models for what we might expect in the future,” he said.
Cayan says California’s snowpack has already shrunk by 10 percent on average since World War II, a trend that is likely to continue as the climate warms.
“By the end of the century, if we’re lucky, we’ll only lose half,” said Cayan. “And if we’re unlucky, we could lose more than that. We’re in an era of unprecedented changes.”
Wow, that sucks.

Lowest in 500 years.

Say, what happened after the snowpack hit this low 500 years ago?

It built back up.

And the snowpack is doing that again.

From KTLA:
In another sure sign that California is steadily recovering from the yearslong drought, the snowpack in the Sierra Nevada — a major source of water for the state — is currently larger than the last four years combined, according to NASA.
As of April 1, when it was last measured by NASA’s Airborne Snow Observatory, the snowpack in the Sierra’s Tuolumne River Basin came in at 1.2 million acre-feet, according to the latest data.
To put the amount in perspective, the figure is enough to fill the 92,000-seat Rose Bowl in Pasadena almost 1,600 times.
“The 2017 California snowpack is close to the largest on the record, which consists of decades’ worth of snow measurements made at ground level,” according to a NASA news release.
As the song said, turn, turn, turn.

God mocks the blasphemers who say we can destroy His World.

As if.

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  1. One man has the explanation for climate change mongers.

    Cue Big Dan the Bible salesman: "It's all about the money, boys!"

    - Elric

  2. There is only one entity capable of fully understanding and exerting control over the global climate, and that is God Almighty.

  3. Been doing a lot of mushroom hunting. We like to think we understand things, and once we think we understand them, we like to think that we can manipulate and control them. Morel mushrooms are a testament to our inability to understand some things fully enough to be able to manipulate them. You'd think that something as complex as the weather and climate would humble those who study them. Just think about what degree of audacity, arrogance and hubris it takes for those people on the other side to think that they understand this stuff. When you think about that you realize that there is little wonder that there are so many atheists flitting about.

  4. But, but, but, they're so SMART. And keep telling us so, even in the face of the truth.

  5. Some reputed experts still don't know the difference between climate and weather...or if they do, they are being dishonest about what they know and in what they say.

  6. Replies
    1. I believe your spell checker got you that time. It's looks like it changed the word reason to season.

    2. Nah, it stands as written. I mean, have you even seen a decent Leftie BBQ sauce?

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