Snowflakes on cactus: image of a peaceful farewell to global warming?
Peter G. writes:
This is a great shot from Arizona. A perfect book end for ozone hole that closed. It’s an interesting phenomenon—fifty years of beating the alarmist drum with a series of fake catastrophe theories has done so little to discredit liberal expertism, its central claim of the right to rule.
I don’t know that snow in the Arizona desert is so unusual that it has any evidentiary significance with regard to the truth of global warming. But, along with many other intensified winter weather phenomena we’ve been experiencing, it probably does, and the shot is so lovely and evocative, especially with the meaning Peter gives it, that it seemed worth posting.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at January 01, 2011 04:47 PM | Send