This is a photo taken this morning showing how global warming isn’t working the way they predicted.
The global warming believers can’t figure out the weather very well due to a refusal to accept the iron clad fact that the sun, not CO2, is the final determinator of whether it is an Interglacial like now or an Ice Age like so often in the last 2.5 million years. Above is a NOAA temperature of the oceans map. We see a cold La Nina event as well as a very cold offshore of the northern East Coast right next to the Gulf Stream while Europe’s waters are much below freezing and it is still snowing off and on there.
A lot of people who understand how the weather works are increasingly furious with the global warming ideology which makes CO2 the main driver of weather. This is a false belief system. Yes, CO2 does play a role in the weather but it is not the most powerful force. The two main drivers are the sun and volcanic activity. THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper finds solar influence on El Niño and La Niña cycles
A paper published online today in the journal Geophysical Research Letters finds a “robust” effect of solar activity on the ocean oscillations of El Niño and La Niña, which in turn have profound effects upon global climate. The paper finds a lagged response with El Niño-like conditions following solar maxima a “couple of years later.” The IPCC dismisses the role of the Sun on climate by only considering small changes in total solar irradiance, ignoring large changes in solar UV (which is capable of penetrating the ocean surface to cause heating unlike IR from ‘greenhouse gases’), and ignoring secondary effects (e.g. the cosmic ray theory of Svensmark et al). This paper adds yet another secondary effect of solar activity on climate not considered by the IPCC.
Finally, way too late, NOAA tries to get back some respect by finally admitting the obvious: the sun, not CO2 is what decides if we freeze or roast. The solar activity, far from having total, primary effect on our climate still is misunderstood by NOAA ‘experts’ as a SECONDARY effect. This is pure lunacy.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac is far superior when it comes to long range forecasts: Sunspots, solar flares, the next solar cycle, and how the Sun affects weather
Here at the Almanac, we believe that solar science, the study of sunspots and other solar activity, can influence weather here on Earth. In this article, we explain the basics of solar activity, solar cycles, and what’s up with the Sun now.
My father and grandfather always pushed for more solar research and both believed that the Ice Ages are entirely driven by the sun and that it is a more variable star than several million years ago. My father tried to get his last paper, ‘The Sun Is A Variable Star’ published and was turned down due to it blasting apart the global warming gig. He correctly predicted that this present solar cycle would suddenly cool off due to the sun spot activity slowing down rather than climaxing.
Weather on Earth can also be affected. Recently, NOAA scientists finally concluded that four factors determined global temperatures: carbon dioxide levels, volcanic eruptions, Pacific El Niño pattern, and the Sun’s activity.
Note that NOAA still lists CO2 as #1, then finally admits that volcanoes have a huge effect and then finishes with the El Nino which is, of course, solar generated. But we see from the above heat map of the earth, the sun affects ALL oceans and right now we are entering a COOLING CYCLE.
These happen like nearly clockwork ever since the Ice Ages began. That is, the sun fluxes in energy and we alternately freeze and roast. Droughts follow this solar activity level, too. In hot climes, when the sun is active, they have lots of droughts while the northern climes see lots of hurricanes and wet weather. During solar minimums, we get less snow and thus, a ‘winter drought’ and spring is greatly delayed as it is this year. And I expected this.
Here is the Google list of El Nino/global warming sites:
HAHAHA…I like the PBS statment that El Nino doesn’t want to go away! In the last year, NOAA kept saying La Nina would go away and the bitch just hangs out longer and longer and is still there as we can see on the top map. In today’s prediction, NOAA still claims La Nina will go away and then we will have a NEUTRAL system. In a rat’s ass!
I have a book here called ‘Sun, Weather, and Climate: John R. Herman, Richard A. Goldberg, NASA: 9781410221995: Amazon.com: Books. NASA, due to being run by astronomers, has correctly seen that the sun is the main driver. This book is chock full of graphs and charts detailing how the sun goes through cycles which have megacycles which we call Ice Ages. It doesn’t mention volcanoes and my father fought hard for NASA to consider volcanoes to be huge drivers of the weather whenever they capriciously erupt.
Overlooking all the major weather generators leads to idiotic predictions. For example, the global warming ‘climatologists’ in England warned everyone they would never see snow again just several years ago. Since then, England has had record cold and many a blizzard and public rage is rising rapidly.
This is what happens when people replace science with a belief system. The projections of the global warmers was, things would go hotter and hotter. But this depended on the sun suddenly being totally stable and putting out the same heat all the time. One thing we know is that regular ‘mini-ice ages’ happen and this is a cyclic matter and it happens when the sun has a protracted low sunspot cycle and these last 150-200 years as do the warm cycles.
All of this is ignored by non-astronomers. And the solar scientists have been nearly thrown out of the discussion if they dare point out these obvious facts so they hunkered down. Now, the weather is proving climatologists wrong. Dead wrong. For example, this is no light April snow out here with warm weather melting it in hours.
The trees are still naked and the ground covered in ice and snow in April here in upstate NY.
It is bitterly cold. Temperatures like in February. We have occasional spring-like days which are still 10 degrees below normal and then another cold blast hit. It will be 19 degrees tonight and that is very cold indeed and totally not April weather. By the way, the solar weather book has only one left at Amazon and it is now nearly $30 due to being rather rare. I paid $8 for it back in 1980.
The used books available cost at least $28 dollars! Maybe I should sell my copy? Except I need it as reference. The hardcover is exceedingly rare and goes for $106 dollars. Rats. I lost mine years ago!
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