They tell us the science is settled. Global warming will melt the polar ice caps, submerging the coasts under feet of water in 100 years if we don’t hand over our economy to bureaucrats, trashing our economy in the process. However, when push comes to shove, the same crowd predicting, with certainty, doom and gloom in one hundred years can’t tell us what is going to happen in the next three months:
According to NASA climatologist Bill Patzert, “a pattern of sea surface heights and temperatures has formed that reminds me of the way the Pacific looked in the spring of 1997.” Data collected by a NASA satellite shows a series of “Kelvin waves,” or massive oceanic ripples that could suggest an upcoming El Nino. It will take a few months before we know whether or not we’ll seen a El Nino this year.
O.K. they aren’t sure if an El Nino is forming. But if it does form, you would think climatologists would have an idea what will happen. Right?
If we do see an El Nino event in 2014, it’s not totally clear what that would mean for the U.S. The Midwest could see a cooler than usual— or warmer than usual —summer depending on when the weather event hits, reports CBS Chicago
Could be warmer than normal, or it could be cooler than normal. Way to narrow it down guys.
Of course, our government is planning to cripple our economy based on this sketchy pseudo-science.