NCAR Logic: Does striking out mean a baseball player isn’t taking steroids?

Alarmists can repackage climate alarmism anyway they want — they’re the ones whiffing.

The Daily Camera reports:

Do record-setting cold temperatures mean global warming isn’t happening?

Does striking out mean a baseball player isn’t taking steroids?

The answers to those questions are “no” and “no,” according to an educational package called “Weather on Steroids” put together by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research in Boulder.

The package — which seeks to sort out how climate change is connected to extreme weather events, such as heat waves and blizzards — includes an animated video that draws analogies between the way steroids affect baseball players and the way greenhouse gases (the steroids of the climate system) affect the weather…

Read the entire report.

One thought on “NCAR Logic: Does striking out mean a baseball player isn’t taking steroids?”

  1. I’m so sick of steroids being the answer to everything sports related.
    1. Steroids do NOT build strength! They increase muscle size. Strength is derived from tendon and ligament strength that you get from lifting heavy weights, or have from birth due to genetics.
    2. Steroids do not make a better athlete! They can’t make you a better baseball player. If you can’t hit the ball steroids won’t help with that. If you’re an MMA fighter steroids can not make you a better fighter.
    3. IF YOU DON’T HAVE ATHLETIC SKILLS STEROIDS WILL NOT HELP!
    4. Excause the rant.

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