As America descends further and further into the grip of the warming climate, citizens are tweeting more and more about the sweltering days and unnaturally hot temperatures. Air conditioning bills are rising, and Ohio is starting to feel more like Florida‚Ä¶
Okay, we lied. Actually, everybody‚Äôs tweeting about how hideously cold it is for the beginning of May.
Matt Drudge had his fun mocking global warming alarmists earlier today, while Doug Powers¬†pointed out the absurdity of Al Gore‚Äôs prediction that 2013 would be an extremely warm year. Now, the general public is getting in on the act. Here‚Äôs a nice selection of how people are reacting to one of the coldest days of one of the coldest springs in recent history.
Global warming. It's real, you guys! pic.twitter.com/ovAvhdBd3u
‚ÄĒ Mikey Needleman ‚ôę‚Ä† (@MikeyNeedleman) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ Breaking911 (@Breaking911) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ Greg Rummo (@GregRummo) May 2, 2013
Proof of global warming!! pic.twitter.com/T40Ngvw0Ar
‚ÄĒ PeteBercich (@PeteBercich) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ Ivan Rose (@IvanFollows) May 2, 2013
Global warming huh? Where's Al Gore been hiding? pic.twitter.com/AHZfaxsQaT
‚ÄĒ Elliot Johnson (@ElliotJohnson9) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ Ron (@wyneron) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ Kurt Kerby (@kurtkerby) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ John Gaver (@OrigIntent) May 3, 2013
It's May and baseball is being canceled by snow.. #globalwarming
‚ÄĒ Kelsey (@akakelseyyyy) May 3, 2013
It's MAY & we're gonna have 40 degree weather‚Ä¶..in TEXAS!! #GlobalWarming
‚ÄĒ Anthony!! (@nthonyRay) May 3, 2013
‚ÄĒ Libertarian JB (@Libertarian_JB) May 3, 2013
‚ÄĒ Erica (@ericaewilliams) May 2, 2013
‚ÄĒ ŗęź (@reklawnagrom) May 2, 2013
This has been a cold spring all over the United States. In fact, this isn‚Äôt even the first late blizzard post we‚Äôve done this spring.
There are any number of explanations for what‚Äôs going on, and some could be constructed to involve a warming climate. However, maybe this is yet another sign that we ought to take a deep breath and concede that we don‚Äôt know what the Earth is going to do ‚ÄĒ and that maybe our science is still too primitive to make grand proclamations of certain doom.