If you’re locked in a freezer that’s set in the middle of a sweltering desert then you might assume there are no problems regarding an ever warming environment and its associated chaotic climate. That seems to be the attitude of some people who, based on their local weather, have concluded that warming temperatures are a myth. So let’s call this phenomenon, “Locked in a Freezer Syndrome” because as the following data shows, this past January was hotter than normal worldwide. As such we might expect blizzard conditions in parts of the world where significant amounts of evaporation off our ultra-warm oceans waft to places where it gets dumped as snow. That scenario is entirely within the parameters of chaotic climate theory that is now, by the way, even more supported by the data. No, Uncle Wilber, it’s not a hoax; and no Aunt Molly, it’s not a conspiracy; and no Cousin Billy it’s not a secret plot to “take away our rights.” It is simply data—supportive data—that keeps accumulating showing we can expect more and more chaotic climate incidents. Take Australia and the US state of California for example. Both places are suffering from extreme drought—which, of course, leads me to question whether Australian born plutocrat Rupert Murdoch ever checks the weather reports Down Under. Seems Murdoch enjoys disseminating poorly thought-out and data-deficient pronouncements denying chaotic climate and the ever-growing mountain of data suggesting its human related causes. But for Murdoch and all the others who have failed to look up the data then perhaps the following maps will, if nothing more, raise an eyebrow or two.
What the above maps show is that despite sections of the earth that have experienced blizzards in the past few weeks the overall picture still shows a planet in the throes of increasing record breaking temperatures that just keep going up and up.
Ah, yes. I can hear the naysayers even from my enclave in the deep woods. I recall the old song, Love Hurts (I preferred The Everly Brothers version). Maybe it’s time for a new song, Data Hurts.
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