Coldest Year In Century For North America (Except Extreme West Coast) Is Denied By Global Warming ‘Experts’

Yes, they continue as we have a very cold summer now, to claim the earth is still warming!  By the tiniest of fractions, no less.  World’s Largest Ice Sheets Melting At Fastest Rate Ever Recorded Which has to be a total lie since both the Antarctic and Arctic have greater ice sheets than ten years ago. Since raw data and obvious facts don’t stop the global warmists, we have this insane story:  Slew of Factors to blame for Earth’s rising Temperature | Uncover California


Slew of Factors to blame for Earth’s rising Temperature | Uncover CaliforniaAn increase in carbon dioxide level has been raising the earth’s temperature since 1999. From the reports, it has been found that the average increase per decade between 1998 and 2012 was about 0.05 degrees centigrade.


Now researchers have considered that the cause could be somewhat down to a 30-year Atlantic current, which cools and heats the world in an alternating pattern. The warmer and salty water from the tropics falls more rapidly under the deep ocean. The salinity of the ocean finally increases to the point where the ice in the Arctic begins to melt, diluting the salt content and averting warmer water from sinking…

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The expected el Nino still hasn’t appeared, it is staying in neutral.  The cold band below the el Nino area is interesting while the Southern Atlantic is very cold indeed.  No hurricanes forming due to this.  Below is the Atlantic Ocean’s salinity levels.  Note that it is as high or higher than the Mediterranean Sea and the salinity spat between South America and Africa is nearly as intense as the very intense one in the Northern Atlantic Ocean Basin.


The salinity level in the Northern Pacific is the lowest on earth and it is NO WHERE near Greenland and the water flow from the very low saline Arctic is smaller than the ocean around Greenland.  So how is Greenland diluting the saline levels?  Hardly at all.

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According to Professor Tung, until 2006, initially the salinity deceased but by calculation it has been found that it is still above the long-term average. The planet will begin warming speedily again if once the salinity gets below the long-term average. Adding to it, he said that he believes that the salinity will get below the long-term average in the coming future.


This Tung fellow has NO IDEA what the saline level of the Atlantic was in the deep past.  Nor does he explain how it got so high in the first place.  Nor does he bother explaining how ice melt can dilute it significantly since it is far, far, far more saline than the entire Pacific Ocean.


The ice loss, if any and I seriously doubt it was any, is in a tiny fraction so small, doubling it requires a loss of fractions of an inch.  Same with the rapidly rising world temperatures which are 0.05 in a decade which tiny indeed. But to achieve this dubious ‘rise’ NASA and NOAA have tinkered with the raw data to ‘fix’ it by lowering temperatures in the past and elevating it in the present.


Below are two graphs based on hard data, not reconstituted fake data done by computer programs, showing how the number of cold data is increasing and the hot days decreasing in the entire nation:  US Has Had The Fewest 90 Degree Days, And The Fifth Most 0 Degree Days In 2014 | Real Science

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The news from all over the planet is about it getting colder and colder:  Far more snow and rain than normal in the Alps while in Canada, Thermometers have been plummeting all week in Alberta – Snow a possibility and indeed, Up to 13 inches of snow for Montana in mid-August!  Woodstock, Ontario – Coldest July max in 142 yearsMichigan Has Had Both Their Coldest Winter And Summer On Record This Year.


From the worry warts at NASA a decade ago:  A Chilling Possibility – NASA Science


 That’s the paradoxical scenario gaining credibility among many climate scientists. The thawing of sea ice covering the Arctic could disturb or even halt large currents in the Atlantic Ocean. Without the vast heat that these ocean currents deliver–comparable to the power generation of a million nuclear power plants–Europe’s average temperature would likely drop 5 to 10°C (9 to 18°F), and parts of eastern North America would be chilled somewhat less. Such a dip in temperature would be similar to global average temperatures toward the end of the last ice age roughly 20,000 years ago.


“It’s difficult to predict what will happen,” cautions Donald Cavalieri, a senior scientist at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center, “because the Arctic and North Atlantic are very complex systems with many interactions between the land, the sea, and the atmosphere. But the facts do suggest that the changes we’re seeing in the Arctic could potentially affect currents that warm Western Europe, and that’s gotten a lot of people concerned.”


Yes, back then they worried that the ice melting would cause an Ice Age!  This is hilarious because no Ice Age would end if the glaicers melted because then they would cause this ‘disruption’ and would freeze up.  But we know the ice DID melt and instead of getting colder, it got warmer and we have Interglacials.  Every time.  And the little ball in the sky that causes this warming continues to cause warming as the short 12,000 year Interglacials make everyone warm and happy while the Ice Ages then resume for 100,000 years like clock work all over again.


In 2004 the geniuses at NASA predicted the Arctic ice would melt and Europe will be colder.  This didn’t happen.  Europe isn’t colder today but the North American continent certainly is and no one at these organizations is bothering to explain how the Arctic is colder and sending down very cold air for the last year in particular.

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The ‘warm’ part of this conveyor belt system, if the sun doesn’t warm the water a lot when it travels across the Pacific Ocean, means the cold cycle part will be colder. Both the warm and the cold cool off if sun spot activity drops and it is certainly dropping and it really pisses me off that NASA who should know better, has decided to ignore the sun’s input in all this.


These brilliant NASA scientists though the  belt was slowing down due to ice melt when the actual cause is, the WARM cycle half is faltering due to lack of solar input!  These cycles are fueled not by cold but by heat and if the heat drops, the movement slows down.  There isn’t anywhere near enough ice water from the Arctic to slow it down much but the simple mechanism of the sun shining less energetically on the vast Pacific Ocean which is by far the biggest element on earth per square miles, this lack of heat on the positive end of the cycle will slow it down rapidly.


The fix is more global warming from the sun, of course.


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14 responses to “Coldest Year In Century For North America (Except Extreme West Coast) Is Denied By Global Warming ‘Experts’

  1. melponeme_k

    The elites and their propaganda puppets have no shame. At this rate, we will all be dressed like Inuits this winter and they will post the pictures of us all wearing mukluks claiming the hottest winter ever!

  2. ziff

    August snow in the mountains here used to be a regular thing.

  3. emsnews

    YES, in the seventies! We had lots of snow…and this was a global cooling era. Then we had a 30 year warm cycle that was cooler than previous 30 year cycles.

    So your memory is correct and we are going into an identical situation like that again which is the entire point. CO2 goes up and the temperatures ignore this.

  4. DeVaul

    This past summer is the coldest and wettest summer I have known since the summer of 1984, which I remember well because I was able to sleep at night without three fans blowing on me constantly to drive away the heat and humidity. Now, on the other hand, this past summer cannnot, in any way, compare to the summer of 1985 which I spent in Marburg, West Germany.


    Where do you live?

    I ask because in the movie “Unforgiven” (yes, Clint Eastwood is my favorite actor), the town in Wyoming is all decked out for “Independence Day”, which I know as July 4th, and the trees are all green and crops are growing down in Kansas, yet everyone is wearing wool coats up in this town. I can also see snow capped mountains in the background while the town marshall beats up English Bob on Independence Day. The year is 1880.

    Was Wyoming a very cold place during the summer? Does anyone know?

  5. melponeme_k


    Wyoming landscape was carved by glaciers during the ice ages.

    The site says the mountain range glaciers are retreating. Yet they posted a then and now photo of Sacagawea which shows very little change.

    This site is all about glacier disappearance.

    The writer harps on Alaska, but never touches on the fact that most of Alaska was glacier free during the last ice age, which is why my people (all Native Americans) were able to walk into the Americas. All of the Alaskan glaciers he lists on his site were in the foot path my people used to enter the continent.

  6. DeVaul

    Yeah, I was also going to say that people are, or already have, lost respect for scientists because of this global warming fiasco, so I expect to see a TV show soon called “The Scientists”. It may come on before or right after “The Doctors”. I’m not sure yet, but I know its goal will be the same:

    since scientists have discredited themselves like doctors, lawyers, judges, policemen, and politicians, their only remaining function for the masses is to entertain them by means of a TV show during which they will ramble on about dubious scientific “facts” and other sensationalist garbage.

    Engineers would suffer the same fate, but their interaction with the people is too limited for them to be held up for general ridicule. Lucky them.

  7. ziff

    DV, in BC , EMS, no , i did most of my hiking post 1997 , we would get snowed in aug, no one else would notice as it is remote. But, last 5? years hasn’t happened.

  8. emsnews

    NEVER make fun of engineers…they can take revenge by cease working. Like with the Roman Empire. The engineers made it happen and then stopped and didn’t return until the cathedral building guilds restarted it again.

    The intervening era was called ‘The Dark Ages.’

  9. DeVaul

    I think there was more to the Dark Ages than an engineering strike, but thanks for providing a totally original explanation for the Dark Ages.

  10. Alaskan Ice

    Maybe the Y1K problem caused the dark ages.

  11. emsnews

    REALLY it was the 1k problem. Seriously!

    Everyone thought the world was going to come to an end with Jesus coming and butchering everyone. He didn’t come, people woke up and felt better about things and decided to launch the Crusades. Seriously!

  12. DeVaul

    I wish I could go back in time to the years before 1000 AD and listen to what people in Europe were saying. I wonder if any prophets “disappeared” in the forest outside the village when the clock struck 01/01/1001 and nothing happened?

    The Archdruid talked about this awhile back, but I can’t remember if the year 1000 was a big deal or not.

  13. emsnews

    Yes, it was a HUGE deal back then. People were seriously told by the Church that the End of Times would come in 1,000 AD.

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