The 12 Days of Global Warming


As the rest of the world has to flee the onslaught of Mariah Carey. We have this classic from Minnesotans for Global Warming.

A 14 year old classic.

HT(reminder) Paul Homewood.

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Gunga Din
December 25, 2022 10:38 am

Along with all the failed projections over the decades, people also forget the original PR pieces from Hansen’s testimony to Al’s nonsense that launched the scare.
Thanks for the reminder!
(Next up, Hide the Decline.)

Reply to  Gunga Din
December 25, 2022 11:44 am

Another classic. I miss their creativity.

Vlad the Impaler
Reply to  Scissor
December 25, 2022 8:02 pm

My favorite was “I’m a Denier”, which I can no longer locate.


Bruce Cobb
Reply to  Vlad the Impaler
December 26, 2022 6:59 am

Google M4GW, and you’ll get all their videos. Here’s “I’m a Denier”:

Another classic is “Frozen Wasteland”:

Rich Davis
Reply to  Bruce Cobb
December 26, 2022 10:22 am

Thanks for posting Bruce

Dave Burton
December 25, 2022 11:01 am
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Dave Burton
Reply to  Dave Burton
December 25, 2022 4:18 pm

Duke worked out a deal with the NC Legislature, which, shamefully, got broad, bipartisan support:

Duke will retire (or convert to natural gas) their coal power plants, and build scads of new “renewable” wind and solar.

Their customers pay for it all. Duke gets to charge regulated rates, a percentage above their costs, so the higher their costs, the more money they make.

And, as a bonus, their customers get predictable “emergency rotating outages” on chilly, windless, winter nights.

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Beta Blocker
Reply to  Dave Burton
December 26, 2022 6:25 am

The goal of a corporation is to make a profit. The transition into Net Zero has offered corporations serving the power markets a profit-making opportunity through a process of asset churn.

Under Net Zero, the unit price of electricity will rise sharply while the production of electricity will fall.

If a savvy approach to managing the transition away from coal and gas into wind and solar is being applied, corporations like Duke Energy could very well be making more profit under Net Zero while producing less electricity.

And so if you are the CEO of one of these corporations, why wouldn’t you and your management team get on board with Net Zero? Why wouldn’t you ignore what your engineering staff is telling you about the cost and reliability issues with Net Zero?

If public policy decision makers don’t care about the many issues with Net Zero, and if the regulators don’t care, and if the politicians don’t care — then why should you as a CEO care?

Supporting Net Zero may not work out for your corporation in the very long term, but it certainly might in the short term and in the mid-term while you and your immediate successors are the CEOs.

Reply to  Beta Blocker
December 26, 2022 8:08 am

“Energy” monopolies get a guaranteed % profit from “energy” sales. The more the “energy” costs, the more DOLLARS they make serving the same number of customers.

SO, of course they will go along with providing LESS “energy” per unit in operation, and have MORE generating capacity than required, i.e. unreliable generating capacity, as long as the government regulations and regulators “make” them do that.

Old story, back in the 60s my dad would always get mad when a VEPCO (Virginia Electric and Power Company) add would come on the TV. You see VEPCO was a monopoly, and did not need to advertise since they were the only game in town, BUT since the regulators allowed the advertisements AND guaranteed a fixed % of profit on the GROSS, our bills included the advertisement expenses. It seems that the ad company was owned by a family related to the government “regulators”.

December 25, 2022 11:09 am

Nice version of a classic Christmas song indeed! It would be better if there weren’t so many believing all this.

December 25, 2022 11:51 am

Remember this from 1968

The ice caps are melting
Oh, ho, ho ho
All the world is drowning
Ho, ho ho, ho ho
The ice caps are melting
The tide is rushing in
All the world is drowning
To wash away the sin

Are those kids who witnessed this man, today’s disturbed climate zealots ?

Dave Burton
Reply to  1saveenergy
December 25, 2022 11:30 pm

Gerard’s channel is a gold mine! (Are you Gerard?)

December 25, 2022 12:09 pm

Brilliant. Thanks. Cheered me no end.

Mike McMillan
December 25, 2022 6:35 pm

“Happy Christmas to all, and to all a good night!” Clement Clarke Moore

“God Bless Us, Every One!” Charles Dickens during the Little Ice Age.

And that about sums it up. 🙂

Bill Parsons
December 25, 2022 7:23 pm

Current temp in Northern Minnesota 0 F. (“Feels like -12”) Heading for a low tonight of -18 F.

Had the great joy of spending a year in Rochester one week. During Christmas, too. It was an experience I do not intend to repeat.

Sounds like the band has a few new members.

December 26, 2022 1:18 am

Time for a cracker joke:-

Q. How do you think the unthinkable?

A. With an itheburg!

December 26, 2022 8:03 am

Whatever happened to, Global Warming? With much of the northern hemisphere beer based in cold temperatures and the snow I think we could all welcome a little bit of global warming right now.

Reply to  boscorativich
December 26, 2022 9:22 am

This “Cyclone Bomb” is due to global warming. It seems every winter now we have some kind of “bomb” or “super cyclone”. Next year we’ll have a “nuclear cyclone” that will give us the worst cold weather in decades “ever”.

Sometimes I think we should start speaking a new language. Words don’t mean what they used to.

By the way, thanks for the music! I was really impressed by “I’m a Denier”. I wish I’d been able to play that in my office before I retired.

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