On 8/1/2014 1:03 AM, Jason wrote: > In article <email@example.com>, Tom McDonald <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >> On 7/31/2014 7:09 PM, Jeanne Douglas wrote: >>> In article >>> <Jasonemail@example.com>, >>> Jason@nospam.com (Jason) wrote: >> >> <snip> >> >>>> There are some other factors. For example, if there is excess sun spot >>>> activity, it could cause the sun to be hotter than normal. If their is >>>> cold air blowing in from the North Pole, that can cause changes in the >>>> temperature. >>> >>> >>> And ALL of those things are in the models climatologists use. >>> >> Plus, of course, Jason is confusing climate with weather wrt the whole >> wind from the North Pole business. > > I was discussing the term "climate change" versus "global warming". If > climate scientists stop calling it global warming and instead start > calling it climate change, it could confuse normal people since they would > think that normal weather changes are related to global warming. > > You didn't get what I meant, and you probably still think that cold air blowing from the poles to the tropics makes the *climate* of the globe cooler.