Oh, Susanna, Don’t Cry Global Warming For Me, I Froze To Death

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Free Notes – Oh Susanna (Oh I came from Alabama with my banjo… a song for these global warming times.  The sun is so hot we are freezing to death.  Now, there are localities on this planet that are not cold.  But in general, it is getting cooler in key places and the warm spots are the anomalies that don’t change the fact that huge continental areas are very, very cold this winter, colder than normal by a long shot.


I am stuck at home due to this problem.  Driving around during heat waves is easy.  Doing so in a blizzard is very hard and quite dangerous.  According to my personal weather station, it is now -5 degrees F windchill and the air temperature is due to fall to -9 with a wind chill of -20 or worse.  The shocking thing about all this is how the Greens are reacting.


They hate us.  They mock us and say, ‘What do you expect for winter?’ forgetting conveniently that just this very same week on New Years, one of the gang announced we are all going to roast to death in less than 60 years!  This rudeness about our suffering is piled on by Greens pretending to be humanitarians.  They show near zero interest in the fact that people are dying all over the colder regions thanks to this recent blast of Arctic cold.


The weeping over the victims in the warm, tropical Philippines has been replaced with brutal, protruding lip contempt for people struggling to survive a blizzard.  Unlike the Philippines, we can’t wander about once the storm stops, gawking at things.  Walking will be nearly impossible without a shovel and a parka.


It isn’t just us.  Our cousins on the other side of the pond are being pounded, too:  Video: UK weather: heavy winds batter Penzance and Exceptional’ bad weather to hit UK as people warned to stay away from coast – Homes still without power as UK prepares for month of storms.  Yes, our darling storms will be their storms all this month.


NOAA still claims we will have a warm, happy winter in the Northeast.  But the 2014 Long-Range Weather Forecast – The Old Farmer’s Almanac had a much more accurate forecast.  Evidently, renegade climatologists work for that publication which keeps its methodology secret. 2014 Long Range Winter Forecast | Farmers’ Almanac said it will be cold and unlike the global warming crew, they are not gloating about being correct.


Any and all warm weather events no matter how trivial are blown up as proof we are roasting to death by the global warming guys.  They also have chosen to sneer at everyone suffering from the severe cold, telling us this is local even if it is covering entire continents, and it is temporary even if it happens over and over again before Thanksgiving and onwards.


Due to this belief in global warming, England’s leaders have sold the population down the river or rather, into Siberia:  Exclusive: A giant European network of electricity interconnectors is solution to high energy prices, says climate change minister – UK Politics – UK – The Independent


Meanwhile, Labour claimed that customers had paid about £150 more than they should have done for their electricity over the last three years. It said energy companies had bought their power for almost £4bn more than the average market rate. Caroline Flint, the shadow energy secretary, said: “It now looks like they [power companies] could have deliberately inflated prices to boost profits.”


The cheaper energy in the US is causing fear in England due to businesses relocating due to this differential.  The high cost to Brits isn’t due to ‘greed’ or rather, profit making, the greed is in the Greens who own stock in CO2 schemes.  These are highly expensive and a hidden tax.


George Osborne’s CO2 tax will double UK electricity bills – Telegraph


Fast approaching, if largely unnoticed, is yet another massive shock the Government has in store for us with its weirdly distorted energy policy. It is surprising to see what an abnormally high proportion of the electricity needed to keep our lights on has lately been coming from coal-fired power stations. Last Wednesday evening, for instance, this was over 50 per cent, with only 1.3 per cent coming from wind power. Yet by next March, we learn, five of our largest coal-fired plants, capable of supplying a fifth of our average power needs, are to be shut down, much earlier than expected, under an EU anti-pollution directive.


One reason why these plants are being hammered through their remaining quota of hours allowed by the EU is that a new UK tax comes into force next April, which aims to make fossil-fuel power significantly more expensive. In 2010, George Osborne announced his intention to impose, from April 2013, a “carbon floor price” of £16 on every tonne of CO2 emitted by British industry, rising to £30 a tonne by 2020 and £70 a tonne by 2030.
So, this will illustrate my point that people living in really warm happy places will protect themselves by dumping anyone living in areas formerly under glaciers back into the Ice Ages or at least force us to live like peasants a la the Dark Ages, not even the Medieval Warm Period.  Below is a Climate Change and Mental Health:  : an exploratory case study from Rigolet, Nunatsiavut, Canada which illustrates the insanity of the global warming gang:

mental health and weather which leaves out blizzards and severe cold

Read the ‘bad weather’ events that cause mental distress.  Heat waves, drought, tornados, hurricanes, cyclones, mud slides, wildfires and flooding are listed.  Not a single cold weather disaster is mentioned.  No blizzards, ice storms, super cold freezes, nothing!  What is even funnier is, the things missing lately in both Canada and the US are…hurricanes, cyclones, tornados, etc.


The weather isn’t destroying the Inuit.  Modern life is killing them.  They are mainly on welfare and sit around in houses doing little that is useful anymore so they are like welfare families in any situation, that is, at loose ends and with no purpose in life but to quarrel with each other and cause trouble.  If it became very, very cold, they will all die off, not thrive due to the welfare situation and needing oil to keep warm.


Before all this, they usually died before reaching 40 years old due to the severe stress of living in an extreme cold environment.  The authors of this study have romanticized the harsh, destructive lives of Inuit before they got their government homes, heating and food.  The juvenile death rate was well over 50% back then.

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German Scientists Show Climate Driven By Natural Cycles – Global Temperature To Drop To 1870 Levels By 2100!


Although the spectral analysis of the historical instrumental temperature measurements [1] show a strong 200+ year period, it cannot be inferred with certainty from these measurements, since only 240 years of measurement data are available. However, the temperatures obtained from the Spannagel stalagmite show this periodicity as the strongest climate variation by far since about 1100 AD.


No reliable records go beyond the end of the last major Ice Age.  We only know that all incoming information shows NO STABILITY rather than some mythological steady state.  The fluctuations are multi-level and often severe.  They are also quite cyclic showing that a confluence of forces vie with each other for dominance.


Here is an amusing study showing clearly why that silly ship was stuck in ice in Antarctica and it wasn’t due to global warming:  La Niña Influences Melt of Major Antarctic Glacier, namely, ice increases, not decreases and as I have pointed out in the past, we are in a more or less ‘la Nina’ event right now with NOAA fudging it by saying it is ‘neutral’.  Furthermore, the story illustrating this information barely mentions la Nina and is illustrated with water rushing from melting ice, not ice locking a ship full of global warming faithful in a grim embrace.

This is not a neutral event it is a la Nina upwelling

I believe that the NOAA scientists are so hectored by global warming faithful, they are terrified of even identifying actual events such as the persistence of the present la Nina.  The warm spout of water shooting out from Fukushima’s area is another thing that has been ongoing for over two years, too.


And like all summer long, thwarting the development of hurricanes, we still have the Midatlantic Dry Spot.  So drought is present long northern South America and the Caribbean Sea.  Interactive GOES East Water Vapor Weather Satellite Images

Midatlantic dry spot 2013

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21 responses to “Oh, Susanna, Don’t Cry Global Warming For Me, I Froze To Death

  1. Luc

    I believe Los Angeles had its driest year in 2013.

  2. emsnews

    Yes, it is dry in LA. And speaking as someone whose family first lived there in the mid-1800’s, LA was always ‘dry’ it is, after all, one step away from being a full blown desert. Death Valley is very nearby.

  3. melponeme_k

    The Dry Spot looks ominous. So what happened to the Mayans is cyclical. And they were cutting down forests then (like now) for more farm land which made the drought worse. News stories are calling that drought mild.

    I don’t know, drought conditions that last over 100 years is pretty far from mild in my book.


  4. Luc

    This is too much……[re]..Read the ‘bad weather’ events that cause mental distress. Heat waves, drought, tornados, hurricanes, cyclones, mud slides, wildfires and flooding are listed. Not a single cold weather disaster is mentioned. No blizzards, ice storms, super cold freezes, nothing!

    What is even funnier is, the things missing lately in both Canada and the US are…hurricanes, cyclones, tornados, etc.
    Manitoba is feeling like -50C tonite?

  5. Reblogged this on sainsfilteknologi and commented:
    Oh, Susanna

  6. emsnews

    Welcome to my mountain, Sainsfilteknologi! I live in this lovely little berg in upstate NY. While building my house, we lived in a tent. But my husband was brain damaged at work and during the long court cases, I had zero money except for charity due to refusing to sell my land, I clung to it desperately and…we ended up living in this tent complex for ten years!

    It went to -40 below in March one winter, for example. Since there was only cloth between myself and the weather for a long time, I got an up close look at reality.


    Back when we put up the tent and I began digging the foundation for our house, it was rather warm during winter. Then the weather turned much worse in 1992 and I frantically began shoring up the tent by making a double roof and setting it up for deep snow and one winter we got a total of over 15 feet of snow!

    Then, after we won our court cases, it got warmer. I quickly finished our house now that we had money again and we moved in right before a blizzard hit in 2000.

    The life lessons I got while living in a tent complex were complex indeed. I am a real survivalist who likes other survivalists and the people living in warm buildings or who moved to desert/tropic climates have zero right to lecture me about the climate.

    PS: I grew up in the mountains of Arizona and Texas due to my dad being a famous astronomer. My astronomer granddad would bitterly complain about all the people pouring into California and Arizona where he had lived since the Civil War (he died many years ago).

    He wanted them to all leave. ‘There will be another and another Great Drought’ he would say, shaking his head. ‘There will be no water for all of these people. They are fools’.

    Great Droughts, by the way, come in COLD CYCLES. Not warm. The ferocious cold descending on the North American continent may very well slide over Siberia and Europe next winter. And there definitely will be more droughts due to the cold.

  7. If that hot spot at Fukushima is really from the coriums under the ex-reactor buildings it would seem to indicate way more heat output than estimated.
    I read estimates of 1 Mega Watt of heat energy per corium but to heat up that much of the ocean would seem to indicate way more releases of heat(and radiation) than official estimates.
    They really have to cut off the mountain river/undergroundwater somehow from flowing into the site.If something like the Hoover dam was possible I/m sure it could be done with the unlimited funds Bank of Japan could print.

  8. DeVaul

    Be careful up there, Elaine. It will get worse next week.

  9. PFO

    Hello Elaine,

    Your comment:

    “The weather isn’t destroying the Inuit. Modern life is killing them. They are mainly on welfare and sit around in houses doing little that is useful anymore so they are like welfare families in any situation, that is, at loose ends and with no purpose in life but to quarrel with each other and cause trouble. If it became very, very cold, they will all die off, not thrive due to the welfare situation and needing oil to keep warm.”

    Speaks about life in any native community I’ve ever visited in North America! Especially those tribal lands now dominated by the “gaming industry” which has turned the tribal members and the players into casino zombies in a climate casino nation:


  10. Mike Gibbs

    As I suspect you know Elaine, “The Group of Rome” in 1971 predicted these aberrations in temporary weather patterns as a precursor to the main event.

  11. emsnews

    I suppose the previous several Ice Ages should be renamed ‘Global Warming Events’.

  12. Jim R

    Meanwhile in Siberia …

    In a “normal” winter you could drive a truck across the river on the thick Siberian ice.

  13. JT

    I’ve spent many nights in a tent like this in -25 – -30 degrees celsius during my army conscription.

    With a wood stove and a sleeping bag it’s fine.

    It only got cold a few times when the person on fireduty fell asleep.
    (The worst was to wake up one windy night when the sleeves of the tent had blown over me due to high wind. I woke up with half my torso outside in -25 celsius.
    I was freezing and quickly moved beside the woodstove, only to find my armymate on fireduty sleeping and the fire gone out. That was the coldest 20 minutes of my life. Waiting until we got the fire going again).

    It was decades ago though. Not sure how amusing I would find that nowdays. Old bones need more warmth.

  14. emsnews

    And did you guys throw the sleeping mate into the snow outside? 🙂

  15. JT

    No. You love the guys you go through bootcamp with.
    I might have let out a dozen or two curse words though.

  16. JT


    Hasn’t changed that much over the years.

    “Tactical tent deployment…and detachment”

  17. Meanwhile in Europe… No problems yet this year, after 2 years of relentless winter.

  18. Luc

    A homeless man was found frozen outside DC, in Maryland.

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