Yes, The Arctic WILL Affect Us All With Looming Global Cooling

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Do as I say, not as I do is typical of all humans, in politics, both the left and the right wing act on this dogma all the time.   On the right, the hypocrisy is with sex on the left, with nature worship and race.     Climate change protesters who marched through Manhattan are branded hypocrites for leaving litter strewn across the city.

 

Naturally, not one of the ‘liberal’ sites that nearly uniformly wail about how the environment is in danger, carried this story.  This is quite enraging aside from the fatal fact, there have been zero antiwar demonstrations ever since the warmonger, Obama, expanded our many wars not just against Muslims but now, Russia and by extension, China!

 

Obama just announced we are upgrading our nuclear arsenal and sending missiles to Eastern Europe to up the WWIII ante!  How frightful!  Think about what a lovely environmental mess this will cause.

 

Then there is Fukushima: no demonstrations about that.  We have Californians whining about global warming while nuclear wastes wash ashore.  Not one anti-nuke demonstration against either weapons or waste.

 

The right wing is having a field day making fun of the warmists who think we are going to roast to death when it is definitely getting cooler.  Anger as climate change protesters marching through NYC leave litter: note the picture above, ‘The Arctic Affects Us All’ will be the motto of the next three decades!  Oh, it certainly will affect us, big time.

 

The warmists who live in California and work for the Huffington Post have this headline today:  Portland Will Still Be Cool, but Anchorage May Be Better

 

Scientists trying to predict the consequences of climate change see few safe havens from future storms, floods and droughts. But some regions will fare much better than others.

 

That is hilarious!  I can’t wait for all the Malibu actors to move to Palin’s back yard.

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It nearly froze last night on my NY mountain.  Note the West is warm and the East is cold.  So I guess moving to Alaska is a great idea since we know from Ice Ages that the West is much warmer than the East which is usually under a mile of ice.

 

The warmists refuse, absolutely refuse to understand this obvious fact.  We don’t use data from the West Coast to discover if another Ice Age is beginning, we look at only the places that had glaciation.

 

We also saw a revival of solar activity this last month which has warmed up things from terribly cold to normal temperatures.  SpaceWeather.com has good pictures of solar activity which is below normal for this point of the cycle but still is happening.

 

According to my father, Dr. Aden Meinel, before he died, he told me the sun was going into a cold 30-50 year cycle and that global warming was dead.  He seems to be right.  Yes, we still have sun spots and bursts of energy but this is going to decline, according to him and he was one of the top solar experts in the world, and the next solar maximum will be less than the present, weak one.

 

Obama To Offer Climate Change Help To Other Nations as the Huffington Post claims Climate Change Will Be the Number One Issue in the 2034 Midterm Elections which, if we are now most definitely going from a global warming ‘hiatus’ to very definite global cooling for at least 30 years, means we will have riots over the need to bring down the cost of heating homes.

 

Then there is the Kennedy factor:  Inside Robert F Kennedy Jr and Cheryl Hines’s $5 million Malibu mansion complete with recording studio and two storey tree house and these two were at the demonstrations in Manhattan along with many celebrities who live mainly in Malibu, too.

 

The moment Robert F Kennedy Jr lost his cool and grabbed mic from reporter pushing him about his own carbon footprint again shows how hypocrisy operates.  I keep saying, these global warmists all whine about us using energy while they  merrily fly around the planet, sail on yachts, live in enormous, expensive houses and have multiple gas guzzling tanks as cars and want us all to live in Tiny Houses@.

 

This is probably the most infuriating part of the movement.  Last of all: Carbon map – which countries are responsible for climate change? | Environment | theguardian.com which is a huge global warming fanatic operation.

 

Here is a screen shot showing how the US will be affected by global warming:

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Virtually not at all!  Ditto, Australia, most of South America, nearly all of Europe.  Asia is supposed to be the #1 problem and both China and India are boycotting the UN climate talks.  Amazing.  Hilarious, actually.

 


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39 responses to “Yes, The Arctic WILL Affect Us All With Looming Global Cooling

  1. Jim R

    Why did your father make this prediction? It’s a pretty significant prediction to make, so there must have been some data indicating that this was happening.

    ΩΩΩ

    ELAINE: His last paper he wrote before dying was titled ‘The Sun Is A Variable Star’ and it is about how it is now fluctuating between ‘hot and cold’ so to speak for the last 3 million years.

    All publications which hosted his works in the past turned it down. One said, ‘This is TOO SCARY’. Talk about childish!

    He burned all his papers when I begged him to hand them over to me.

  2. Jim R

    And, that stupid “climate march” was a staged event. The opposite of the OWS event, they actually encouraged it. Planned and orchestrated it. A corporatist hootenanny.

    Anti-nuke demonstations would be treated very harshly.

    As for the escalation in Eastern Europe, that is very ominous news indeed.

  3. Luke

    Obama is talking about ‘Climate Change’ today at UN.

  4. ziff

    here’s a statistical question, whats the affect of only taking say the most extreme yearly temps as a basis for these temp charts? I tried finding some temp records,even if i could find them they are not raw data , only extremes.

  5. ziff

    one of the problems is we can’ t ever see the raw data in linear form, it takes too much space,

  6. ziff

    here is what you get besides an unreadable file when i try to get any raw data
    http://www.cru.uea.ac.uk/~timm/grid/CRU_TS_2_1.html

  7. DeVaul

    They left litter behind? Wow!

    Even the Rainbow people were not that moronic. I camped with them once here in Kentucky and they had good policies about leaving no trash at all behind and building latrines properly and so forth. It was their belief in “Babylon” and smoking pot all day that turned me off.

    The march in NY was a show biz event. Nothing more. You can tell by how seriously the participants took it — dumping their trash everywhere.

    It’s too bad that Greenpeace has swallowed this nonsense whole. I warned them to move their HQ away from DC, but they ignored me. I wonder if the original members are even still in that outfit anymore, or if they all quit in protest over the years? They still ask me for money, but I give them nothing.

  8. ziff

    to the warmists i say , why aren’t the nights warmer
    to the deniers i say , why are we warm at all?
    what really warms things up ? clouds.

  9. The warmists want us to live in little houses (TM)??? HA! I think they’d rather we all be homeless people, living in shelters, or FEMA camps, neither of which they’ll pay for, which means neither of which will exist, at least in sufficient numbers, and they’ll have to step over us in the street.

    ~~~(>:^(

    And cooling? When it starts to cool again, California will see rain. In the last ice age, there was plenty of rain in the USA SW. Even during the little ice age, but in lesser amounts.

  10. Seraphim

    The World is supposed to end in a blaze of fire. The only thing about it is that in all Traditions, that will happen in a blink of an eye and nobody (not even the Son of God!) can say when that would happen. It will be an intervention from outside our World and not the result of us burning “fossil fuels” or other human activities of this kind. The End of the World scenarios that scare the shit out of the gullible populace are just psychological manipulations. “But some of the protesters have been branded hypocrites for leaving piles of trash behind, including signs made from paper or cardboard”. It shows that they have been probably hired to demonstrate!

  11. emsnews

    WWIII will do that.

  12. DeVaul

    My religion has no creation story or “End of the World” story that I ever heard of. If it once did, it was lost when the Romans murdered all of our priests.

    However, I doubt there ever was one because the Romans would have talked about it. It is more likely that my ancestors viewed the world as an eternal circle that never ends nor begins. That view is reflected in their artwork and our belief system that is based on balance between this world and the Other World.

  13. Seraphim

    @De Vaul

    And what would be that mysterious religion that we don’t know much about anyhow?

  14. Heres a question , if co2 keeps heat might it not keep heat out. This is very complicated bs , before they decided gw was it these were difficult questions.

  15. emsnews

    My forest absolutely loves the extra CO2. It is quite obvious observing it grow over the last 25 years.

  16. DeVaul

    @Seraphim

    Well, we don’t have a name for it. I notice Jews like to name everything, even tiny groups of Jews whose differences are miniscule have different names, as if that somehow means something.

    It is the same religion that my ancestors practiced before the Catholics(?) or someone from the new religion came to Ireland and convinced the nobles to convert to it. I call it Old Irish, but I have never seen that name used before.

    There are many other religions left over from the Jewish invasion, but the people who still practice them do not announce it publicly for fear of persecution by Jews. I never let my neighbors know unless they ask about my altar or try to convert me to their religion.

  17. Seraphim

    @De Vaul,

    Should we understand that the “Romans” were actually Jews?
    We are in a little quandary. The Romans never settled Ireland, let alone murdered all your “priests” there. You can’t credit Saint Patrick with this feat. The druids withered out. You might not agree, but all “Neo-Druidism”, all “religions left over” (I suppose you suggest Wicca) are bogus. You certainly did not receive it from the survivors of the “priests”, but from the modern caricatures of supposed ancient religions which go under the name of “Neo-Paganism” (very much inspired by the Freemasons and therefore by the… Jews!), “Druidry” , even “Jewish Pagans” (Beith Asherah, or the “Tuatha Cymry of Kansas City!).

  18. emsnews

    Paganism submerged Jewish beliefs, the New Testament is full of pagan Roman and Egyptian and Persian religious beliefs.

  19. Seraphim

    @emsnews

    Oh, come on, Elaine!

  20. DeVaul

    I have listened to many of your religious tirades here, Seraphim, which is why I usually do not respond to your posts.

    I never said the Romans were Jews. You made that up.

    The Romans killed many Druids and local indigenous priests in Gaul because they encouraged the Gauls to rebel against Roman authority. They also killed most of the remaining Druids and female priests from various local cults at the Battle of Anglesey.

    You can read about it here:

    http://resourcesforhistory.com/celtic_druids.htm

    And here:

    http://www.militaryhistoryonline.com/ancient/anglesey/

    It was noted by a Roman named Tacitus. Many Irish Druids were slaughtered there as well, as they all came to help defend the island and thus help protect Ireland from Roman invasion.

    I don’t know any Wiccas or any of the other names you mentioned. I do have a friend who is a Norse priest, and there is a Norse group here. I don’t belong to it, but we never argue amongst each other like Jews do.

    Speaking of which, your crass attempt to draw me into a religious argument has failed. Go find some fellow Jews to argue with. I have no interest in your religion or any of the others you named.

    My father’s is good enough for me, and my wife’s Buddhist beliefs are ok with me as well.

  21. Seraphim

    @De Vaul,

    Thank you for the laugh!

    Still, Ireland was never occupied by the Romans. That Roman, Tacitus does not speak anywhere of IRISH Druids. Actually we know very little about Irish Druids (if they existed at all!). Were they of the same cut-throat, cannibalistic type like on the Continent and England (the Lindow man)?

    “I never said the Romans were Jews. You made that up”.
    You imply it when you speak of: “many other religions left over from the Jewish invasion”.

    I forgot about the “Norse”. A bit Nazi, aren’t they? That’s why you see Jews everywhere?

  22. DeVaul

    Wow, Seraphim. You are a religious fanatic, aren’t you? You must be.

    You insert words in other people’s mouths and then twist what they actually say to suit your own personal needs (the need to argue and prove your religion is superior to all others — why else would you demand to know mine?).

    Sorry Seraphim. You failed again.

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  24. Jim R

    The Druids in England were slaughtered by the Romans in the first century AD. This was before Rome converted to Christianity, so it was one ‘pagan’* group against another.

    After the Roman Empire metastasized into the Catholic Church, they invaded Scotland and Ireland and the rest of northern Europe and finished off the rest of the ‘pagans’.

    Later on, they merrily undertook genocide campaigns against other Christians who were living in Scandanavia, the Slavic regions, and the Middle East, etc. It was the Crusades, you know? And they have continued to hate other Christians for millenia. Right up to the present day, the evil menacing Mooslums were the convenient excuse to go on a rampage in which whole cities were burned to the ground.

    As for the Jews, they seem unable to evolve past repeating their history every 500 to 1000 years. They piss off their God and all their living neighbors and get scattered from whatever region they set up shop in as a “promised land”. Then they exist as a diaspora for a few centuries until a bunch of them get together and decide to do it again.

    So there you have it. Nobody really knows much about the ancient Druids. JMG assumed the mantle of ‘Archdruid’ simply because the position was vacant, and he was interested in it.

    *’pagan’ = anyone who doesn’t attend our Church on Sundays.

  25. DeVaul

    Thanks Jim R.

    Yes, that name was thrown at us by Jews (Christians, Catholics, Reformed, Muslims, Orthodox, Papists, or one I don’t know of). It is not a name that non-Jews use to describe themselves as far as I know.

    As for the Archdruid, he does the best he can with what he has. Nothing was left except some Roman (not Jews) comments about their ceremonies, so anyone attempting to become a Druid must start from scratch — just like the original Druids or shamans did thousands of years ago.

    And there is nothing wrong with that. What matters is whether you are doing it to serve your tribe or community, or to serve yourself.

  26. Seraphim

    There was never a religion called “Paganism”.
    The Latin word Paganus meant a person who lived in a rural area, as opposed to a town dweller. The primary meaning was that of an ” uncivilized, uncultured, uncultivated, unrefined, unpolished, unsophisticated, common, low, plebeian, philistine, rough, coarse, provincial, rustic, crude, gross, loutish, hooligan, boorish, oafish”.

  27. emsnews

    Pagan is the Christian slur on the older religion it consumed.

  28. Seraphim

    @Pagan…slur

    How is it then with:

    “Christianity as pagan:

    Christianity itself has been perceived at times as a form of polytheism by followers of the other Abrahamic religions because of the Christian doctrine of the Trinity (which at first glance might suggest Tritheism) or the celebration of pagan feast days and other practices – through a process described as “baptizing”or “Christianization”. Even between Christians there have been similar charges of idolatry levelled, especially by Protestants, towards the Roman Catholic and Orthodox Churches for their veneration of the saints and images. Some scholars think that the essential doctrines of Christianity have been influenced by pre-Christianity, paganism, or European occults”. (Wiki)

    Paganus was applied to the polytheists by the Latins. The equivalent in the Orthodox Church is hellenes. You may accurately call the “older religion” polytheism of idolatry (eidolo-latria). Christianity absorbed a lot of “older practices”, which shows that it was not so hell bent to destroy them. It was rather a “consummation” like in marriage.

  29. Seraphim

    Correction:

    polytheism OR idolatry

  30. kenogami

    @31: “Christianity absorbed a lot of “older practices”, which shows that it was not so hell bent to destroy them. It was rather a “consummation” like in marriage.”

    ===========================

    On the contrary, christian churches did everything to exterminate and genocide “pagans”, extirpate the pagan beliefs and mores amongs simple peoples. When they could not crush the slightest bits of pagan beliefs, they tried to erase them by inventing Christian traditions and overlapping them with pagan beliefs and traditions. That is why so many christian holidays fall on the same days as older pagan holidays, and so many christians traditions resemble pagan traditions. The Bolcheviks did the same thing in the Soviet union to crush christian beliefs and replace them with soviet traditions and hollidays.

  31. emsnews

    Correct, it was pure persecution.

  32. Seraphim

    @34

    You forgot to say that it was because they hated women and free sex!

  33. emsnews

    And satyrs and nymphs!

  34. Seraphim

    And “vaginae dentate”! And the cut-throat “druidesses”!

  35. emsnews

    Business INSIDER? HAHAHA.

    Quick, buy your sun screen and boats! 🙂

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