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The nice thing about “climate change” as a dogma is that the weather is guaranteed to change, so whatever happens is consistent with the theory that continues to bring in the big bucks.
I wrote a couple of weeks ago about the fact that Lake Superior and other Great Lakes were nearing record high levels this year. Which was bad, of course – flooding and so on. Was it due to climate change? Perhaps. But just a few years ago – in 2013 – the Great Lakes were low. That, too, was bad, and as the headlines linked in my prior post indicate, that definitely was due to climate change.
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Now the Washington Post reports: “The Great Lakes are overflowing with record amounts of water.”
The effects of this high water have been wide-reaching. Beaches have shrunk, while water has inundated docks and destroyed roads.
Due to global warming?
…and excessive rainfall are primary drivers for this year’s high water.
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The Post has a relatively long memory, for a newspaper, so it recalls that just a few years ago, climate change was causing the Great Lakes to dry up. Most of us, if our theory was so decisively refuted by nature, would preserve a discreet silence. But global warming obsessives are undeterred. Low water, high water, below average...
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