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A chilly fifty-two degrees in San Diego brought out the down jackets and fur coats lately but spared the city of snow falling elsewhere. The myth that is global warming garnered credence with cold weather and snow in unexpected places.

Unseasonal snow in Jerusalem went viral today. The spoof of global warming showed as the real white stuff that blanketed the palm trees in Israel, along with meteorologist Joe Bastardi’s epic poetry, Twas the Nightmare before Christmas.

...there was cold that would show... you can’t say it’s warmer, if there’s too much snow.

Showing himself as a true man of the people, King Abdullah of Jordan preferred pushing a car out of a snow pile rather than pushing the myth of a warming earth.

A storm that brought unprecedented cold to several mid-Eastern countries, including Egypt, Israel, Syria, and Lebanon, also brought snow to areas that never had it before. Could it be that the world is cooling rather than warming?

The Middle East must be hard-pressed to believe the bulimia that America’s mainstream throws up about global warming. Further disbelief accrues with the arrival of snow where there never was any before. Perhaps the climate is changing, as the snow in Syria might suggest, but it surely is not the signal of the globe warming to catastrophe.

Global warming advocates, policy wonks, and climate change benefactors such as Al Gore should save face with the fact that global warming is just not happening. Global temperature records for the past 17 years, and now snow in new places, show it's not so. So, let’s stop stunting the world’s economies on a story that exists only in the minds of the myth mongers and money makers.



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