They will argue against climate change until their blue in the face.
Now we can see why. Fischer has a post, which links to a report about the Farmer's Almanac (not to be confused with the Old Farmer's Almanac) which predicts that this winter will have colder than normal temperatures and higher than normal snowfalls.
But how do they come by such an alarmist forecast? This article explains:
The almanac — not to be confused with the New Hampshire-based Old Farmer's Almanac which is 26 years older — attributes its forecasts to reclusive prognosticator Caleb Weatherbee, who uses a secret formula based on sunspots, the position of the planets and the tidal action of the moon.
Weatherbee's outlook is borne out by e-mails the almanac has received in recent days from readers who have spotted signs of nature they say point to a rough winter, Geiger said. These folklore signs range from an abundance of acorns already on the ground to the frequency of fog in August.
So, we can just get rid of all those educated climatologists and meteorologists with all their satellites, pattern formulas, and fancy equipment. All they need is a hermit that checks sunspots and acorns to have a full year's weather prediction.
This might also go a long way to understanding where they come from in regards to medicine, fiscal policies and foreign diplomacy.