Do you want to build a snowman?

Sen. James Inhofe does.

The good news, says Inhofe (R-Okla.), is that because he had a snowball on the Senate floor on Thursday, climate change is now in doubt. “We hear the perpetual headline that 2014 has been the warmest year on record, but now the script has flipped,” he said. (I think he means the calendar page, not the script, but — sure!)

“Mr. President, catch this,” he said, throwing the ball (a page caught it).

If this snowball is sufficient to throw last year’s data into doubt and knit a thick cloud over the whole theory of climate change, then many other things are also true. I look forward to implementing this level of proof elsewhere in life:

“Here is a healthy child,” I will say, dragging a toddler behind me. “There is no measles outbreak.”

“My umbrella is dry right now. It has never rained.”

“Here is a person who lives in America. No one lives in China.”

“I have cake. Everyone has as much cake as he wants.”

“I don’t see my teddy bear right now. TEDDY BEAR DOES NOT EXIST!” (So much for object permanence.)

I did not see “Fifty Shades of Grey.” No one saw “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

Here are a few more I made earlier, before I knew we were actually doing this in earnest.

This snowball is just more evidence that whatever weather you are experiencing today proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that You Are Right about the climate.

To be fair to Sen. Inhofe, he makes one definite point. The fact that he had a snowball with him on the Senate floor did prove at least one thing:

There was enough snow for Sen. Inhofe to make a snowball and take it onto the Senate floor with him.