Friday Funny – AGW Increases Intensities of Twitter Storms

First there was Sharknado, then there was Sharknado2 Aftersharks, and it has progressed to the stronger Sharkicane. Josh has noticed this trend towards stronger fictional storms, and has rendered the most ridiculous storm of all, the Danado.

Josh_Dana_Tornado

You can read about Dana’s latest Twitterings on Twitter here, and here at WUWT and also at Keith Kloor’s here. Quite a fun and, as Roger Pielke Jr says, educational read.

Cartoons by Josh

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Bloke down the pub

Hopefully the occurrence of Nutterceli twitter storms will follow the same downward trend as that for tornadoes.

I put this latest episode from Nuccitelli at only an F4. Big enough to eat him however.

@njsnowfan

Very Funny.. LOL

> Quite a fun … read.
Only if you have time for that sort of nonsense. Of course, my thinking was “OMG, is this ever going to end?” as I read the whole “discussion.”
Josh’s cartoon is a fun read.
I wonder why John Cook doesn’t still draw cartoons. I sometimes wonder if he actually drew the old stuff he says he did.

RobbCab

After reading the Twitter exchange, Josh should have done a “Snarknado” cartoon.

Don’t forget to buy Josh’s 2014 Calendar. With his 2013 Calendar they are guaranteed to be collector’s items when the climate nonsense is put to death.

Teddi

Is it Nuccitelli or Nuttertelli ?
..Mannshark ?
Appellgate… ?

mikemUK

Can this be Nuccitelli’s last ditch attempt to lead Pointman’s ‘Climate Prat of the Year’ award?
He cut it close, apparently nominations close at the end of this week.

Philip Aggrey

mikemUK says December 6, 2013 at 7:25 am
Can this be Nuccitelli’s last ditch attempt to lead Pointman’s ‘Climate Prat of the Year’ award?

There are always the ‘runner up’ and dis-honorable mention (Too big to NOT notice the ‘fail’) categories …
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BTW, can somebody PLEASE turn off all the cold air pouring out of Canada into Texas? It has given us a heck of an ice storm here as well as in OK and AR.
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Alan Robertson

_Jim says:
December 6, 2013 at 7:48 am
mikemUK says December 6, 2013 at 7:25 am
Can this be Nuccitelli’s last ditch attempt to lead Pointman’s ‘Climate Prat of the Year’ award?
There are always the ‘runner up’ and dis-honorable mention (Too big to NOT notice the ‘fail’) categories …
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BTW, can somebody PLEASE turn off all the cold air pouring out of Canada into Texas? It has given us a heck of an ice storm here as well as in OK and AR.
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No lie. Nuccitelli is such a little nothing- he’s just a Jay Carney type and there are bigger fish…
2nd No Lie… You boys down there south of the Red River are in the same boat as we are up here in OKC where it’s all the way up to 19F.
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Voting is now open for the prestigious Climate Prat of the Year 2013 award. Go and do your democratic chore.
http://thepointman.wordpress.com/
Pointman

kim

Took the shoes. Find your own damn way home.
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2soonold2latesmart

Jim asks: BTW, can somebody PLEASE turn off all the cold air pouring out of Canada into Texas?
We would love to stop it, but unfortunately the Arctic Ice Extent has extended it’s way over the top of us.
Right now it is -28C up here.

Steve C

“Danado” is good, but I’m waiting for an extra syllable.
As in Danadodo.

philjourdan says December 6, 2013 at 6:30 am
I put this latest episode from Nuccitelli at only an F4. Big enough to eat him however.

There are times a touch of dyslexia comes in handy, such as seeing “4F” (a ‘draft’ classification indicating a debilitating physical or mental disability and therefore rendering an individual incapable of meaningful service) rather than the intended “F4” (Fujita scale ranking of four).
A Classification of 3A meant you had some medical defects which disqualified you for full active service, including deployment to combat theaters, but, you could still fulfill some duties in uniform.
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I will try once more, put in a post on the ice and freezing rain here in Texas, it did not show so.
280,000 with out power in the Dallas area due to the freezing rain/sleet/cold.
More trees breaking from the weight, lines down all over.
Will be 16 F tonight in Dallas, seems to be 10 below normal, it will last to next Tuesday morning.
Not funny but clear it is that we all will take Pres. Obama jumping the shark with his Climate Change redistribution of wealth in the face of the facts on the ground current as a bit on the funny/odd side.
Therefore it is not that hard to see how this guy discussed herein can be so far off his meds on this cult belief system also.

test

I heart for all the people in Dallas, but it’s currently 3F here in Co Springs, and won’t be above freezing until next Wednesday or Thursday. I grew up in Louisiana, and know ice storms and their havoc. At least the glaciers haven’t started growing yet (I hope!). When St. Mary’s Glacier blocks US Hwy 6, I’m moving south!

Poor Texas, everything is bigger there, including winter storms.
You can’t blame the Canadian’s; they’re just being their normal generous selves.

“philjourdan says: December 6, 2013 at 6:30 am
I put this latest episode from Nuccitelli at only an F4. Big enough to eat him however.”

Except, …except, Nuttifrutticelli only works in the dark with incredibly negative air pressures and mental vacuums.
So a Nuttifrutticelli tornado is on the negative Fujita scale; a -f4. Just like vacuums, when in reverse they spew disgusting bad air, debris and Nuttifrutticelli filth all over good citizens.
Let’s hope we never have to witness a Nuttifrutticelli -f5 implosion.

I suppose many have mentioned here that Dana and the progressive rag called The Guardian will not allow restrained and factual comments to be made in response to the lunatic ravings of this “blogger”. I have seen screen shots of some comments “in moderation” that simply linked to official records debunking some of his latest propaganda and hysterical fear-mongering.
Of course, the same fear of open exchange can be said about most of the alarmist wackos. Al Gore started saying the “time for debate is over” almost from the get-go. I would think that most adults would realize that those afraid to debate are afraid for a good reason — much like Mann is afraid to let anyone see his data and methods; which is just simple science for others to attempt “replication” of his hockey-stick paper.
The alarmists are losing on many fronts. Unfortunately the government wants them to win to increase the power government has over people and so the war between the two sides will continue until New York is again under a mile or so of ice I guess.

Larry

These monster storm scenarios are playing out. I came up with a story about a killer hurricane forming in the Indian Ocean sweeping over Africa. I sweeps up gorillas, baboons and chimps and follows a track to Florida, where the gorillas are dropped, terrorizing retirees, then moves through the South, dropping baboons to terrorize rednecks in trailer parks, and finally peters out over Chicago, dropping chimps, who get registered to vote. First I was called a racist, then I was told the storyline was too plausible for a fantasy movie.

Duhnado work as well…… 8>D

Bill Illis

The reason Nuccitelli is currently popular in the global warming-disaster movement is that he is willing to distort reality and the facts much more than anyone else is willing to stick their necks out in distorted reality and the facts.
That makes Nuccitelli popular because the people in the movement like their information and facts as distorted as possible. They simply do.
Hence, the great distortionist has his own blog and is willing to take on the knowledgeable people in whatever field he takes a fancy to at the moment.
He is only the latest in a long line of his kind – the ones before him have received much reward for their previous distortions. Nuccitelli will soon get 200 grand or something from the Heinz foundation or the Stanford foundation or the Richard Alley Award or the UN or something else. It is already inevitable. They like it that way.

Rob

I was searching for articles on the fallacy of twitter (appeal to twit-er) and found this paper. Have a boo:
http://snap.stanford.edu/class/cs224w-readings/cha10influence.pdf