Blizzard Or Extreme Cold Hammer Half North American Continent

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Antarctic helicopter rescue mission a success | World news | three huge diesel burning ice breakers and a repeat helicopter rescue later, this tiny group of eco-tourists out to see how the Antarctic is melting were finally rescued.  The Guardian has reporters aboard this tub that got stuck in the ice in summer and at their website, about 40% of all the comments are being censored by the editors due to people laughing at the reporters.

This censorship is hilarious because all the comments around these censored posts let me know that the reason for censorship is not due to dirty language or name calling.  It is due to embarrassment as readers demand to know the gargantuan size of the carbon footprint of these wayward adventurers who have yet to apologize for making their beloved global warming much much worse.

As a huge blizzard and blisteringly cold weather hammers the northern half of the US, we got this warning:  Planet likely to warm by 4C by 2100, scientists warn | Environment | The Guardian which is on this jihad about how we are roasting to death.  England is going to get our wonderful weather in a few days so I suppose they will all be out in bikinis, sipping margaritas in a week.

The hysteria about being too hot has risen to a scream.  The US President and Romney both fled the heat to Hawaii because I suppose DC and Utah are too hot for them both.  So they are having fun in the sun while we freeze to death.  Note to self: don’t take vacations in Wisconsin in winter.

In the icy grip of fear that global warming is claptrap |

His University of NSW colleagues entertain not the slightest doubt. Even as Turney remained stuck fast in that unexpected ice, they were issuing yet another dire warning – this time that global temperatures are set to rise by 4C, rather than the previously advised 2C.

“We’ve been hoping for the best and not planning for the worst. Now it’s looking like the best is not very likely,” Professor Steven Sherwood said.

It certainly has not been the best result for Turney, whose ship hit the ice on Christmas Eve and hasn’t moved since, except to list quite a few uncomfortable degrees to one side. As three icebreakers struggled and failed to reach it, the expedition’s “scientific” output has amounted to little more than tweets that – Surprise! Surprise! – Antarctica can get really, really cold.


January prediction hot US from NOAA

NOAA revised their year’s prediction grossly two weeks ago to this above map.  They still have it incorrect, of course.  They thought some slight bump of very cold air would reach Montana not Massachusetts.  The rest of the northern half would be ‘normal’.  Then less than a week later, super cold air poured in and this is what the real map looks like:

Half of US extremely cold january 2014

So, all the way into Mexico it is below normal temperatures.  The fall below normal is -30 degrees or more in Missouri, Kansas, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, half of Canada, New York, Indiana, Michigan, both Dakotas and Ohio.  Warmer than normal covers Montana, the very spot NOAA said would be below normal.


Perchance this might happen in some future week this month but the gross failure of the prediction should cause NOAA to cease making these maps or to review their incoming data which seems utterly at odds with reality.  Just a month ago they confidently predicted the ENTIRE winter would be much warmer than usual where I live specifically and ‘normal’ for the entire north with ZERO colder than usual regions anywhere.


Meanwhile, during the fall, in a pure panic at points, I worked very hard to cut and chop up a mountain of firewood because all the natural signs I use to predict the weather pointed towards a very, very nasty winter.  That is, migratory birds, bug behavior, the color of leaves in the fall, the appearance of the sky when the wind blows from the north (looking at fine particulate matter) etc.


I was right, NOAA was wrong.  Big time.  Way wrong.  By predicting a totally warm winter all winter, they went way out on a limb and I think the staff should be fired.  They need better scientists not ideologues who use faith in erroneous computer programs.  The biggest item I used to predict the winter was sun spot/solar wind activity.


There was a lot of solar wind and very few sun spots considering that this is the apex of the solar sun spot cycle.  This alarming development was totally ignored by NOAA and there is no excuse for this.  By deliberately leaving out ANY data from sun spot/solar wind levels, they cooked up a ridiculous series of predictions.


NYT has blizzard 2014 as tiny news story


At the darling New York Times, the big blizzard/severe cold is a tiny news story below a dozen other stories like the ‘prostitutes in China’ headline story.  And the rescue of the global warming goofballs is headlined above the severe blizzard story.  The NYT is supposed to alert readers to important incoming data to protect or save them first, then all the fluff should show up.


People die in blizzards which are extremely dangerous storms.  This dire fact has been studiously increasingly ignored by the people who own these media outfits who have jumped aboard the CO2 derivative/carbon trade train to get rich while producing exactly nothing.  I noted years ago that this was viewed by themselves as a wonderful game and Al Gore and others even triumphantly said this scheme would make them super rich.


Complex Effort for Antarctic Rescue – is a very stupid article that makes zero mention of the gigantic carbon footprint of this rescue.  This should be topic#1 with the global warming fear mongers. They seem bent on freezing to death the poor and disabled living in the Ice Age zones, that is, parts of the planet that were buried under deep glaciers in the recent past—12,000 years isn’t that long ago in geological terms.


These poor victims of global warming scams are being forced to pay higher and higher CO2 taxes which the rich carbon traders are ordering to be shipped off to hot places with tropical paradise listings.  That is, the fun in the sun places the very rich love to own or visit.


There isn’t a word of kindness towards the shivering cold northern populations being devastated by CO2 taxes.  No suggestion as to how to keep us warm.  No help of any sort as governments cut spending on social services while gloating about the rise in taxes that can’t be seen by the poor since it is buried inside the overhead costs of many things they need to survive.  It is a HIDDEN TAX which is why the Bilderberg gang was so happy to figure this scheme out.


I warned the environmentalists about this tax scheme and how it would kill public support for ‘green’ solutions.  And as I predicted, this is exactly what is happening.  These stupid hidden taxes are no longer hidden from view and an increasingly angry public is getting restive.


The many publications owned by CO2 carbon traders have decided across the board to censor any comments about the weather because they are very fearful that readers will learn they are not alone in being very angry about the CO2 trader plot to lie about something as basic as the weather.


I left a comment at the NYT site and hope it isn’t censored.  This is a test.  Normally, the Times prints my letters.  This is one cover-up doomed to failure.  The Guardian and BBC have censored readers very, very heavily due to ideological global warming beliefs.

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19 responses to “Blizzard Or Extreme Cold Hammer Half North American Continent

  1. Luc

    Happy New Year!!!!

  2. Jim R

    Of course, when these apocalyptic topics are discussed amongst the elites, it is really a veiled discussion of our malthusian predicament.

    All the overfishing, the plastic continent in midocean, global warming, topsoil depletion, etc. ad nauseam, these topics are side-issues to overpopulation. Never mind what’s going on in Africa, by the way. And, of course, since _we_ are the elites, these necessary austerity measures will never apply to _us_.

    Your cold mountain keeps looking like a better and better idea, Elaine. With a land title to everything from the planet’s core up…

  3. Jim R

    Oh, and Happy New Year, by the way. Hope you have enough firewood and your little cabin is safe and warm, with the kitties (and canines?) and loved ones … maybe I’ll send a contribution this year 🙂

  4. Luc

    ‘The Guardian and BBC have censored readers very, very heavily due to ideological global warming beliefs.’ Just more leftist backlash from the Thought Police.

  5. Folks in Toronto who went a week without power should be waking up to the fact cold is very unpleasant and can even KILL YOU!
    Most of them had no source of alternate heat and had to leave their houses and condos for motels in areas that still had power.
    I myself have about 30 gallons of diesel onboard my sailboat that will keep me warm for over a month if we lost electrical power here.
    I know I sound smug but it’s a very nice feeling you don’t have to freeze in the dark if the power goes out.
    (I also have a wood stove if I run out of diesel)

  6. emsnews

    We lived on our mountain for TEN YEARS with no electricity, etc. It went to -40 one March day, for example.

    It is possible to live this way and even be comfortable, I made the tent complex very comfortable indeed including a wood burning hot tub indoors!

    So we laughed at it all.

    I still have all my Victorian lamps, cooking gear, stove, etc. so I simply revert to previous methods of living when there is no electricity. Hardly notice it, actually, except for the computer, of course.

  7. DeVaul

    @Peter C.

    Keeping that wood stove was a smart idea. I am trying to get back the one my mother gave to my brother, who never uses it out in Kansas. I only have a fireplace as back-up, but I do have an old gas furnace in my pottery studio that is still hand lit, and if I could rig up a fan, then I can evacuate my family to there during the next ice storm. The fireplace inside failed to warm us beyond a 3-4 foot radius.

    I need to figure out how to do that without storing gasoline in my home.

  8. JT

    Snowhow, this is how you do it.
    Helsinki is pretty much the only airport in europe not to have delays during blizzards.

    And wood stoves are in almost every house as a precaution.
    I can warm my whole house with oil, electricity or wood with the same central water circulating heating system + I have a 5 ton heat absorbing scandinavian fireplace.
    Just take out the oil burner from the waterheater, put a wood grill in and that’s it.

    But my house is small only 1100 sq feet.
    I would not want to heat a mcmansion here, nor could I afford it.

  9. emsnews

    Yes, big houses=hard to heat.

    And I, too, have multiple systems here but I burn wood because I have a forest so it is ‘free’ so to speak except I have only very recently been able to go into the woods to cut up stuff due to my tendon surgery.

    So I have had to lay out money to get wood from a neighbor.

  10. JT


    I remember you telling me about that.
    Here there a is rule of thumb that the best firewood is over a year old.
    Or two summers old as we say here.
    (you chop it, store it away from rain water and in a place where air can move freely, on the sunny side of the house).

    After one year pretty much all water that naturally evaporates is gone and you get the best effiency from the wood.

    “The storage location should 10 cm above soil, dry, sunny, windy, and sheltered from the rain. Firewood dries best when the flow of air is allowed freely through the stack.
    The best time to dry is spring and early summer, when the humidity and precipitation are at their lowest.
    Trees dry out faster the thinner they are chopped.
    Freshly harvested, fresh wood has a moisture content of approximately 40-60%. From fresh wood to burning moisture (20%) it takes in the summer outdoors under a canopy at least 2 months.
    Preferably wood should be cut down over a year or two summers before burning.
    Dry wood is light and usually a little grey.
    Minting of dry pieces of wood together, they give out a sharp clanging sound.”

  11. JT

    Trust the natives…

    Real winter tyres help too.
    I guess these are not allowed in Canada and US.
    Only here in the Nordics and Russia.

  12. mike

    now you know why i kick myself daily for not rushing to buy an island condo for sale for pennies on the dollar after the fractional reserve bank collapsed and instead got sidetracked with ill health and propaganda

  13. Luc

    tell us more, Mike.

  14. emsnews

    Mike wanted to buy Alcatraz! 🙂

  15. Luc

    so do I, pls loan me the $!!!!

  16. emsnews

    Geeze, the north winds bring severe cold! Imagine that!

    Of course, pretending this is somehow amazingly unusual is insane. We not only have winters still, unlike all the global warming predictions from several years ago before they renamed it ‘climate change’ (hahaha), this winter is amazingly nasty and cold.

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