Antarctica Colder And Australia Has Record Cold, Too, Global Warmists Panic

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Antarctica – Coldest June on record according to METEO FRANCE – Suivez toute l’actualité de Météo-France which has a station year round on some small islands offshore of Antarctica.  At the same time another polar vortex is bringing colder than normal temperatures to North America.  When both poles are colder than usual and more ice than usual, this is a #1 indicator of global cooling, not warming.  Even if it is hot somewhere else, if both poles are colder then it is going to be colder, not warmer.  After all, the ideology of global warming rests upon the concept that if temperatures at both poles are warmer than usual even though well below freezing, this means the planet is warming!

 

As per usual, the climatologists onboard the global warming wagon are silent about what is happening the last several years.  Once the warming ended, they rigged the data to show the past as cooler than it really was so they could still claim it is hotter today than in the hot 1930’s.

 

The data coming in the last two years show definite cooling, not a hiatus of the warming.  So the response has been to make excuses or make up strange stories about ‘the heat is hiding in the oceans’ and desperate desire for some sort of el Nino, even a weak one which isn’t happening, either.  Meanwhile, in Australia, Weather News – Brisbane records coldest morning in 103 years which record is alongside all the cold records set last winter in North America.

 

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Australia coldest July in 100 years

 

Yes, it is a cold winter for warm Australia which is blessed with virtually no winter weather, ever, not even during Ice Ages.  News from last month at the Guardia which is 100% global warming was all hysterical about how Australia was going to roast this winter.  I append here a hysterically funny Guardian story  from early June this year:  Australians’ concern over global warming rebounds | Alexander White | Environment | theguardian.com

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These poll results make sense when you realise that Australia has experienced unprecedented heatwaves, extreme weather and most recently a “warm” Autumn.

 

The ‘uptick’ is tiny.  The fall from belief is huge since 2006 which was the last time it was somewhat warmer than 1978 which was a cool period.  Australia is very much like California: it has an odd climate due to the surrounding ocean and the way the wind blows across the planet.  Neither Australia nor California give us real climate values due to their odd climate positions.

 

The same goes for Chile and South Africa.  When thinking about the great Ice Age Cycles which we are still in, one has to look for clues where the glaciers grew the fastest and highest which happens to be all the places where the super cold weather is happening right now.  Australia, for example, was very isolated from the Ice Ages and this is why the flora and fauna was barely affected, no Ice Age animals lived there, indeed, biologists use Australia to study ‘antique’ life forms which exist only there after being wiped out of much of the rest of the planet due to the Ice Ages.

 

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Note how, when I googled ‘Australia colder’ I still get a global warming hysteria story, this time about how the tropical fish are fleeing the ‘warm’.  But wait!  The story is actually about how the fishes are EXPANDING their territory!  Not fleeing, multiplying!  They are THRIVING.  Not dying.  They compete with other fish and things and make things difficult but then, this is not about Australia, it is about some global warmist scientists tacking global warming onto a simple study about fish populations.

 

Everyone does this. To get funding, you state that ‘X is getting worse due to global warming’.  It doesn’t matter if this is a problem or worse, if it means that life is thriving more and more and marginal life forms are being displaced by more energetic life forms!  Generally speaking, warmer usually means more ecosystems open up to more life forms.  Freezing does the opposite.

 


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19 responses to “Antarctica Colder And Australia Has Record Cold, Too, Global Warmists Panic

  1. DM

    Australia is not experiencing ‘record cold’. Temperatures are normal for this time of year, regardless of a cold morning in Brisbane and the best efforts of sub-editors in search of a dramatic sound-bite.

  2. Jim R

    They’re doing a little thing called “winter” down there now. It happens every year, LOL.

  3. tony

    I live in sunny Queensland Australia and it is the coldest winter in over a 100 years. 10 c below normal and it is not just one day it has been several weeks of cold.

  4. emsnews

    See? DM claims it is ‘normal’ and disputes me despite the fact I use Aussie headlines. And DM provides no proof, either.

    If some people believe we are going to roast to death and then make us FREEZE to death, this is criminal.

  5. luc

    ‘some people believe we are going to roast to death and then make us FREEZE to death, this is criminal.’………………you got it!!! AGENDA 21.

  6. kenogami

    Global warming rises sea levels because warm water occupies more volume than cold water and also by melting ice caps. Global freezing has the opposite effect. Miami is now feeling the effect of global warming:
    TheGuardian 3 days ago:

    http://www.theguardian.com/world/2014/jul/11/miami-drowning-climate-change-deniers-sea-levels-rising

    “Every year, with the coming of high spring and autumn tides, the sea surges up the Florida coast and hits the west side of Miami Beach, which lies on a long, thin island that runs north and south across the water from the city of Miami. The problem is particularly severe in autumn when winds often reach hurricane levels. Tidal surges are turned into walls of seawater that batter Miami Beach’s west coast and sweep into the resort’s storm drains, reversing the flow of water that normally comes down from the streets above. Instead seawater floods up into the gutters of Alton Road, the first main thoroughfare on the western side of Miami Beach, and pours into the street. Then the water surges across the rest of the island.

    The effect is calamitous. Shops and houses are inundated; city life is paralysed; cars are ruined by the corrosive seawater that immerses them. During one recent high spring tide, laundromat owner Eliseo Toussaint watched as slimy green saltwater bubbled up from the gutters. It rapidly filled the street and then blocked his front door. “This never used to happen,” Toussaint told reporters. “I’ve owned this place eight years and now it’s all the time.”

    So where is this global freezing except in a few isolated places?

  7. Jim R

    About that Florida flooding —
    The sea level is indeed up, because the ice has been melting over the past decades. Florida’s flooding is a lagging indicator.

    If Elaine is correct, the ice will start building again, and Florida’s water will recede, but the process will take several more decades before those swampy areas dry out.

    And of course, about a third of Florida is an ancient coral reef. It was under water before, and now it is only a few inches above the water. Any subsidence or erosion on the coast, and it’s a swamp again.

    This has been exacerbated over time by various projects to drain the Everglades, and by cutting down mangrove trees along the coast. Yeah, I know, draining the Everglades was supposed to dry them out, but it results in subsidence as the muck shrinks up.

  8. DeVaul

    @Jim R

    That was a good explanation of what is happening. I never could figure out whether you believed in Global Warming or not, but now I see you probably do not believe in it. Some of your comments I don’t understand and I suspect they are sarcastic or something. I’m glad you are not attached to this religious mania. There are more important things to do in life.

    Few people want to consider the long term consequences of anything, even though the global warmists latched on to them and “forecast” dire consequences for us all if we did not do something right away. Now, they refuse to see the long term consequences of ignoring global cooling. Their forecasts have been shattered and the masses no longer take them seriously, as well they should not.

    The most dangerous CO2 is produced by their mouths. Actually, it is more like CO — it kills brain cells.

  9. Jim R

    DeVaul,
    It’s not a matter of belief. The science is pretty clear — CO2 scatters infrared, producing a kind of ‘fog’ in that part of the spectrum we experience as ‘heat’. However, the effect is relatively small. CH4 is also created by human activity and has a larger effect, but it reacts with oxygen over time and does not stay up so long.

    Arrhenius speculated on this in the 19th century and reckoned it might be a good thing if Sweden weren’t so damn cold. I hope Elaine is right, and Texas won’t be so damn hot.

    But but but — the notion that humans will suddenly change their behavior, or that some cockamamie geoengineering scheme will reverse the trend, is ridiculous. And the elites’ proposed carbon taxes are nothing but more arbitrary taxes. If those elites really cared about it, they’d stop funding the wars, which are about the most carbon polluting thing ever.

    Stupid humans are also doing many other self-limiting things with the natural world, and it looks like the results of these various experiments are arriving at humanity’s doorstep very soon now. As someone recently put it, the sky is black with chickens coming home to roost.

  10. DeVaul

    Yes, you are right. While I am not a CO2 expert, it seems to me that the whole global warming thing pales in comparison to the 500+ nuclear reactors that “mysteriously” will be maintained and kept cool (along with their trash) for the next 70 million years. Then there is the swirling lake of plastic in the middle of the Pacific and the depletion of the ozone layer (something proven) along with dumping of toxic waste everywhere and I find it hard to understand why people jump up and down and scream about a one degree rise in temperature (if it even happens).

    Another earthquake near Fukushima and global warming will no longer be “trending” on Yahoo. That’s my guess.

  11. Jim R

    Exactly.

    Not just Fukushima, but the several hundred other reactors with similar design. History says that our descendants will NOT manage to guard them and keep the spent fuel cool for however many centuries it takes, and without the benefit of the electric power they generated for a few decades. Very few 500 year old human structures exist today — what does that say about our current structures, 500 years in the future? Is 500 years long enough?

    The plastic in the Pacific will slowly clear up after we stop dumping more into the mess. But it is surely a mess right now.

    And so forth.

  12. luc

    Jim R, I asked someone with a Masters in Env Engineering [I think] when plastic biodegrades. IT DOES NOT.

  13. Jim R

    It may not biodegrade, but it degrades. The only polymer that lasts forever is teflon. But even a teflon molecule may succumb to the occasional cosmic ray.

    Other polymers are susceptible to various forms of activated oxygen. Ozone, hydroxyl, superoxide, etc. radicals and radical ions are fierce degraders of plastic. A slow process, granted, but an inexorable one.

    Living things have repair mechanisms, or we would all die from peroxides and natural radioactivity.

  14. emsnews

    It’s very unsummery here, too. And cold all over the planet, many places unusually cold.

  15. emsnews

    It is snowing in parts of Australia where tropical plants grow and these are being killed by the frost!

  16. The reason Australia is getting cooler, and the northern hemisphere is getting hotter is because the sun circles earth, it’s as simple as that.

    The earth is flat, the sun circles it above going in and out towards the center (north pole). Summer season for Australia is when the sun is making it’s long circular pattern on the outskirts of earth. Summer time for the Northern hemisphere is when it’s circling towards the center, completely avoid of Australia which is why it’s winter there.

    You want to see a visual on how it works? Here it is:

    Notice why the areas on earth are deserts, the sun circles directly over top of them and stay over top of it much longer than other (greener parts).

    Also note, Australia is noticing record cooling, but the northern hemisphere is experiencing record heat patterns, and wildfire season starting early. We can’t call it global warming when one area is getting hotter while the other colder.

    Also notice why so many intense storms are forming up over the eastern seaboard of the U.S and Canada? The sun is now circling closer to it; the sun circling over water creates a low pressure drop, which is exactly how hurricanes form. You can do the test yourself by running something through a bowl of water (like a spoon), hurricane vortexes appear on either side of the spoon.

    The answer was right in front of your noses all along folks, the earth is flat and the sun circles over head. You can’t deny it, the current weather patterns prove it. You can even predict when hurricanes form, where they travel, and how hard they’ll hit based on where the sun is.

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