Judah, a devotee of the Global Warming/Cooling/Change/Whatever-it-takes fraud wishes to continue the gravy train of funding (measured in hundreds of billions) and extortion (measured in trillions) that his religion feeds on.
Ignoring the fact that (without massive refrigerator-style heat sinks to shed the heat somewhere) heat cannot make cold, AND that ice packs and glaciers are growing wherever ever-shifting precipitation permits, (and polar bear numbers are encroaching on other species), AND that it is at or below normal everywhere* all at once, AND that this decades-long heating/cooling cycle has been present for eons (gradually getting cooler along with our planet's core and the rest of an expanded universe), he tells you that 'heat makes snow', and you'd know it if only you were as omniscient as he and the other fraudsters.
Judah provides proof of his own priorities. He doesn't want his 'alarm' spread to warn people of the danger, rather he insists on copyright fees for quotes of words, phrases, large portions or the entire article, even non-profit blogs. In the lower left is a box to get a quote (I am not kidding) for permission to reprint any portion of his ransom note. I inquired and was robo-informed that it required special review and email conversation. AHH-ha-ha-ha-ha! >snif< Since I'm not interested in contributing to the global shakedown, I will simply let you read it at the NY Times site, since they paid their fees. The comedic carbon-speak can be found HERE.
1: I checked several dozen locations around the world simultaneously during last year's record-breakingly "warm" blizzards, and they were all reporting normal to below-normal temperatures at the same time.
2: The snow in Siberia is just fine, thank you - - it's just so remote that the fraudsters feel they can reference it while we are trying to navigate the ice-choked northern passages and avoiding the crowds of Polar Bears.
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