Saturday, August 2, 2014

All the data that is fit to cherry-pick

The New York Times has a little work to do in the cause and effect department:

Droughts appear to be intensifying over much of the West and Southwest as a result of global warming. Over the past decade, droughts in some regions have rivaled the epic dry spells of the 1930s and 1950s.
Uh, if the current drought is "a result of global warming," what caused those "epic dry spells of the 1930s and 1950s"?


The Conservative Wahoo said...

Why, today's global warming, of course.

Mudge said...


LL said...

And when you drive throughout parts of UT and AZ, you find that the deserts have large mountains that are simply stratified (no solid) sand dunes. All due to retroactive global warming...I blame Bush too.

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