NOAA blames Spring 2012 hot weather on manmade global warming; UK Met Office says ‘no evidence’ for blaming humans

Just another day in global warming la-la land.

Makin’ it up: NOAA says 35% of March-May 2012 ‘extreme warmth’ in Eastern US due to manmade global warming

UK Met Office admits: ‘No evidence we are seeing things that could not have happened without natural weather variability’

3 thoughts on “NOAA blames Spring 2012 hot weather on manmade global warming; UK Met Office says ‘no evidence’ for blaming humans”

  1. Wow, if you took the word “but” out of the article there would have been less than one page to read. That reads like a bad attempt at a disaster movie scenario than a scientific report. Standards have slipped a bit in the scientific community I guess.

  2. The NOAA report refers to and seems to cite a report by the American Meteorological Society. On scanning the NOAA report the conclusions seemed to be: difficult to assess the human impact, no impact and 4x the probability of human influence. Or something like that. I need another couple cups of coffee to understand that. Seems to be written for the headline and add the AMS cover with the Jersey Shore and you have a really exciting piece.

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