Britain is in the middle of its coldest winter in 30 years.
Australian weather expert Professor Neville Nicholls, of Monash University in Melbourne, was speaking at an online climate change briefing and stated, “January, according to satellite data, was the hottest January we’ve ever seen. Last November was the hottest November we’ve ever seen. November-January as a whole is the hottest November-January the world has seen. It’s not warming the same everywhere but it is really quite challenging to find places that haven’t warmed in the past 50 years.” If you're surprised that what a weatherman is saying is not squaring with reality, you obviously haven't experienced Chicago weather.
He claims the information is based on satellite readings crossreferenced with the earliest recorded weather data, 1850. I didn't know we had weather satellites back then.
Now, the name of the game isn't "global warming" but "climate change", but it's too late to keep it from being a joke. (I used to have so much respect for Bill Nye until he did that CNN interview attempting to "correct" people making fun of
I'll write more later. Right now, I need to finish shoveling the rest of that global warming off the porch.