April Fools Day News From New York Times Is All About Global Warming At -55F In Antarctica

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The above cartoon, in the New York Times, is all about how stupid people are to worry about cold weather and is mocking anyone who thinks we are heading into a 30+ cold cycle.  It shows spring birds looking funny at a man with a snowman.  Just in time for blizzards to assail parts of the country that were under mile thick ice a mere 20,000 years ago.  Well, we are breaking cold records this spring and it isn’t funny, it is disgusting since our Rulers want desperately for us to believe we are going to roast to death unless we all live like medieval peasants and not fly private jets or live in huge palaces like our Rulers love doing.

 

The New York Times is all about stuff for very rich people and advertises and chats about all the glorious fun rich people can have, gadding about the planet in various machines designed to ferry them to palaces and how this is a wonderful thing and then the hair shirts are put on and howls of fear we will all die unless we cut back on everything and then one page later, the NYT has ads for Paris fashions made in Italy to wear at resorts!

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There is yet another cold surge over the Northeast this spring and this has been happening this last month as el Nino dies in the Pacific.  The high, day after tomorrow, on my mountain is going to be BELOW freezing and the low will be very, very low.  So much for ‘early spring/no winter’ predictions.  We had chaos weather this winter thanks to the el Nino but our media overlords have not only refused to mention the inevitable la Nina, they claim the dead el Nino won’t die at all this spring but will run on and on and on.

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Great Lakes and Northeast could face freezing temperature and blizzards this weekend  | Daily Mail Online in England reports for us.  We have had flooding in the US southern regions, all of this is due to the dying el Nino being activated by increasing cold which pours all the way down the Mexico as these cold surges hit mainly the eastern half of the North American continent.

 

Meanwhile, the propaganda never stops at the NYT:  Climate Model Predicts West Antarctic Ice Sheet Could Melt Rapidly – The New York Times screams in hysteria.  Well, it COULD happen but it is quite unlikely.  The Southern Oceans are cold, cold and colder, not warming up much at all.  Girdling the entire coastline of Antarctica is cold water welling up, not super warm water melting anything.

14 day extended forecast for South Pole, Antarctica

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it isn’t even winter yet, there!  And everything is melting fast at -55 F temperatures.  So hot!  We are going to roast to death!  This insanity passes for ‘news’ and ‘information’ and the people spitting this junk out are all highly educated and how do they survive?  I would think these fools would die crossing a street, they are so incompetent.

 


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14 responses to “April Fools Day News From New York Times Is All About Global Warming At -55F In Antarctica

  1. Jim R

    We are still 1.174 million sq km low on ice in the Arctic.

    If you add in the Antarctic, that brings it up to about -0.5 million sq km.

    So, there you have it. Little spring weather here, it’s early yet, let’s see what it does by June. My guess is that we will still be low on ice.

  2. Ziff

    Hot over here ,no winter

  3. emsnews

    A curious feature of ALL Ice Ages is how the West Coast of North America INCLUDING ALASKA are ice-free except in the mountains. This is how humans walked into the Americas from Siberia which also had NO GLACIERS except in the mountains, too.

    This is how camels moved into Eurasia from the Americas, too, for example. They walked across the oceans which fell greatly and there were no glaciers stopping them from doing this whereas, in every Ice Age, Hudson Bay and the Great Lakes areas and all around these were frozen under a mile of ice.

    So pointing out that cold conditions are not happening in places that never ever glaciated in the past during Ice Ages is no argument at all. And I am astonished that anyone would think that conditions in say, Africa or South America would point to whether we are entering an Ice Age since neither had any mass glaciation except in mountains of great height unlike Hudson Bay which is at sea level.

    Indeed, to foresee any Ice Age, we must look not at overall temperatures of the entire planet but focus only on Hudson Bay. If this key point doesn’t melt one summer, this is a high indication of Ice Age conditions taking over us quickly.

    We already know that all Ice Ages end suddenly and begin suddenly. The plunge into severe global cooling is swift, very swift, literally ‘off a cliff’ swift.

  4. Jim R

    Well, OK then. Here’s the graph for Hudson Bay.

    As you can see, it’s about average. Just starting the seasonal melt cycle. It freezes over every year, and it’s currently still near peak ice.

    So the AGW Nervous Nellies are wrong, but so are you. We are not currently starting an ice age. Maybe next year.

  5. Ice Anomaly

    Ice anomaly in the Arctic.
    A windy winter in the north Atlantic, from south west heavy storms and hurricanes pushed warm water into the Barents Sea, result clearly seen on http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/.
    From Iceland to west side of Svalbard hundreds underwater volcanoes heating water, melting sea ice. (Real number of volcanoes unknown).

    The Barents Sea is shallow, with an average depth of 230 metres. It extends from the deep Norwegian Sea in the west, which reaches a depth of 2500 metres, to the coast of Novaya Zemlya in the east, and from the Norwegian and Russian coasts in the south to about 80º N. (Wikipedia)

    Result 2016: Lofoten, Norway – The seasonal cod fishery best ever.

  6. emsnews

    What amuses me most is how little people understand how swiftly Ice Ages begin. It doesn’t get slowly colder and colder and ice advances slowly.

    IT IS VERY FAST. Glaciation is near total over Canada and winter doesn’t end, it becomes perpetual winter in an eye blink with little warning. Go ponder the graphs showing how Ice Ages begin! It is painfully obvious.

  7. melponeme_k

    “And I am astonished that anyone would think that conditions in say, Africa or South America would point to whether we are entering an Ice Age since neither had any mass glaciation except in mountains of great height unlike Hudson Bay which is at sea level.”

    No, they don’t ice over during ice ages and cold cycles. What they do experience is massive, pervasive and catastrophic DROUGHT cycles that can last upward of 200 or more years. Almost all of them are at the same time as the cold cycles in the north.

  8. Lou

    What was winter like in NYS and New England? The ‘dread, climate change caused El Nino’ didnt hit LA. I was suspicious when last year the news offered so much fear over this winters EN.

  9. Lou

    A curious feature of ALL Ice Ages is how the West Coast of North America INCLUDING ALASKA are ice-free except in the mountains.

    Could that change? could the entire earth freeze?

  10. ziff

    The 70’s were really cold here and ‘there’ , been warmer since , haven’t touched my snow tires or chains in 3 yrs at least, and shrinking glaciers is the real tell. never addressed by denier camp.

  11. Jim R

    Result 2016: Lofoten, Norway – The seasonal cod fishery best ever.

    Interesting quote, because it says two things:
    1) AGW is not a universally bad thing. Some areas will actually benefit from it.
    2) There is no corner of the planet that humans will not exploit, unto eventual total destruction.

    There used to be fantastic cod fisheries off of Cape Cod (duh). Now, they just catch the odd fish here and there, since it has been fished out.

  12. Jim R

    Lou,
    I think the geologists say that there was an ‘iceball earth’ period, but it was about 600 million years ago. The Sun was a cooler star back then, according to the ‘standard’ cosmology model.
    And the map of the globe was drastically different due to continental drift. I think most of the continents were all jammed together into one giant landmass, with a truly huge ocean over the rest of the planet.

  13. Jim R

    And melponeme,
    You are correct about the drought. If there is an ice age, sea levels drop, and areas that formerly had a nice temperate climate stop receiving rain.
    In an ice age, the fertile areas of the earth are reduced to narrow strips along the (now lower) coast line. Most of the continental interior regions are reduced to extreme deserts. (by the way, that Ogallala Aquifer came into existence because of an ice age, and will not be replenished until another ice age — it was made of melted ice and water trapped by ice dams)

    Those low sea levels are how life traveled between Asia and the Americas thousands of year ago. It was dry land from Siberia to Alaska (“Beringia”), and everybody just walked.

    Which, by the way, reminds me of another one of my favorite rants. They always say “humans originated in Africa” because there are so many human tribes and other primates living in Africa now. But humans are peripatetic. As new evidence comes in, we find that the ancestors of humans lived all over Asia, and have been in the Americas longer than previously thought. How the Aborigines got to Australia is still somewhat of a mystery. (I would guess, by boat… early humans were at least as smart as we are)

    Humans did not necessarily originate in Africa, and I think Asia seems a more likely ‘nest’ for them.

  14. Jim R

    Another interesting little factoid about Cape Cod. And I really like Cape Cod, by the way — have childhood memories of my Mom taking me with her for her summer job at the MBL. Fun summer classes at the Science School.

    Cape Cod is a temporary feature, geologically. It will be gone in ein augenblick. Because it’s made of sand and rocks, and the waves and tides always move those things around, and eventually move them away completely.

    It is a terminal moraine. In the time of the last glaciation, there was ice, from the sea floor to about a half mile or so up, everywhere north of there. All that slowly-moving ice dumped its load of rocks and dirt and sand right there. Cape Cod and the Islands. It was all like Greenland back then, from the Cape almost to the North Pole.

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