We could rename it the Paul Douglas effect here:
But the alarmists try to connect every hot day and every violent storm to global warming, so turn about is fair play.
And yeah, this:
I will be more impressed with the alarmists’ models when they predict something before it happens.
That’s not entirely fair, because the Arctic melting was largely predicted. But the point is valid; prediction is not a solid characteristic of climate science, at least not as popularized in the media.