New York Times Imagines All Ice Will Melt Some Day! Meanwhile, It Will Freeze In NY Next Week…

The New York Times continues its heroic push to be totally wrong about nearly everything or lying about everything.  Today, in the top of the front page, the #1 story is…the Arctic Ocean is melting and soon Russia and the Canada will sail merrily around there unhindered by deep ice.  This story is particularly looney this year as it is really cold so far.  Next week on my mountain it will be again freezing cold!  Brrrr…it froze last night and is chilly right now.  This belief in ‘global warming’ can’t even be spoken by the NYT because it is so cold so they talk about ‘climate change’ all the time.  Which is a cheat, of course.

All the ‘mainstream’ news has to carry this story.  I love how they show melting ice because if they took pictures of what is going on right now, it is frozen solid.  Hudson Bay is still very cold, the ocean between Greenland and Canada is frozen, too.  Like in all Ice Ages, the ocean next to Siberia isn’t frozen quite as deeply but then, this is the scary part: it can be ‘warm’ in Alaska and Eastern Siberia and Europe/Canada could be under a mile of ice!


The above graphs shows how this year’s Greenland Ice is way above normal.  It is not melting at all.  Quite the opposite.  So why are all the mainstream media/government systems screeching about it melting?

It is already well into May and the entire Hudson Bay is still frozen.  I do see the most southern part is a tiny bit melted.  Big deal.

And this is much higher ice levels, for certain.  2009 was the last ‘little ice’ years.  So why are they all harping on this ice that seems to be accumulating?  They want various expensive and dangerous ‘solutions’ that they hope will cause another Ice Age:


Radical idea could restore ice in the Arctic Ocean | Science News


Ice is a good insulator, says Steven Desch, a planetary scientist at Arizona State University in Tempe. That’s why moons such as Jupiter’s Europa and Saturn’s Enceladus, among others, may be able to maintain liquid oceans beneath their thick icy surfaces. On Earth, sea ice is much thinner, but the physics is the same. Ice grows on the bottom surface of floating floes. As the water freezes, it releases heat that must make its way up through the ice before escaping into the air. The thicker the ice, the more heat gets trapped, which slows down ice formation. That’s bad news for the Arctic, where ice helps keep the planet cool but global warming is causing ice to melt faster than it can be replaced.


Damn!!!  My home base much of my childhood: Arizona.  Why on earth is some idiot there worried about no ice?  God damn him to hell.  I want to take him by his hair and yank him up to my mountain and force him to do all the snow removal this winter.


The answer to making thicker ice more quickly? Suck up near-freezing water from under the ice and pump it directly onto the ice’s surface during the long polar winter. There, the water would freeze more quickly than underneath the ice, where it usually forms.


Yes, use precious resources to build systems to create more ice right when we are descending into yet another Ice Age.


In theory, Desch says, the pumps used for this top-down approach to ice growth could be driven by technology no more sophisticated than the windmills that have long provided water to farms and ranches on the Great Plains.


This clown who wants to freeze much of the planet so that Phoenix will have a slightly cooler summer should be abandoned in the South Pole or dumped in a polar bear haunt in Alaska, say, a garbage dump.  How dare he do this to the rest of us?



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11 responses to “New York Times Imagines All Ice Will Melt Some Day! Meanwhile, It Will Freeze In NY Next Week…

  1. Sunger

    NATO Warns Global Warming is Major Security Threat

    ” Nato general has warned climate change poses a global security threat as US President Donald Trump prepares to make a decision on whether to pull out of the Paris Agreement on climate change.

    The comments were the strongest yet from the alliance about the importance of upholding the deal, which was signed by 195 countries in the French capital last year.

    They come amid lingering tensions between Mr Trump and the leaders of Nato, an organisation the President once called “obsolete”.

    “There is a huge necessity that the UN continues to involve all nations and co-ordinate the action of all nations to fight climate change,” said General Denis Mercier, Nato’s supreme allied commander for transformation.”

  2. Hey, he forgot to tell Trump that he should order the tides to turn back, too! Haven’t we learned anything since the Dark Ages?

  3. Sunger

    Climate Change to Bring Global Food Shortages

    CORVALLIS, Ore. – “The warming of Earth’s climate threatens to increase global food insecurity and halt more than two decades of progress toward curbing global hunger, according to a major assessment by 31 researchers.

    Worldwide, climate change is likely to destabilize cropping systems, interrupt transportation networks and trigger food shortages and price hikes, says the report, unveiled last week by U.S. agriculture secretary Tom Vilsack at the UN’s COP-21 climate conference in Paris.

    While the pace of these changes depends on a multitude of factors, their effects will become more pronounced by mid-century, the researchers found. Under the least optimistic scenario—based on high carbon emissions and low international cooperation—agricultural yields could go down by as much as 15 percent and food prices could rise more than 30 percent by 2050.

    Agriculture has adapted to various shifts in climate over time, but I think the concern now is how rapidly things are changing,” he said. “We have a growing global population and increasing pressure on water, soil and other resources. Even without climate change, feeding the world would likely get harder.”

  4. Sunger

    Climate Change Feared to Create Global Food Crisis

    “Drought, rocketing bread prices, food and water shortages have all blighted parts of the Middle East. Analysts at the Center for American Progress in Washington say a combination of food shortages and other environmental factors are exacerbating the already tense politics of the region. An unpublished U.S. government study indicates that the world needs to prepare for much more of the same as food prices spiral and long-standing agricultural practices are disrupted by climate change.

    “We should expect much more political destabilization of countries as it bites,” said Richard Choularton, a policy officer in the U.N. World Food Program’s climate change office. “What is different now from 20 years ago is that far more people are living in places with a higher climatic risk: 650 million people now live in arid or semiarid areas where floods and droughts and price shocks are expected to have the most impact.

    “The recent crises in the Horn of Africa and Sahel may be becoming the new normal. Droughts are expected to become more frequent. Studies suggest anything up to 200 million more food-insecure people by 2050 or an additional 24 million malnourished children. In parts of Africa we already have a protracted and growing humanitarian disaster,” he said. “Climate change is a creeping disaster.”

  5. Sunger

    Water scarcity could lead to conflict between communities and nations as the world is still not fully aware of the water crisis many countries face as a result of climate change, the head of the U.N. warns

    “NEW DELHI, Feb 3 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Water scarcity could lead to conflict between communities and nations as the world is still not fully aware of the water crisis many countries face as a result of climate change, the head of the U.N. panel of climate scientists warned on Tuesday.

    The latest report from the U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) predicts a rise in global temperature of between 0.3 and 4.8 degrees Celsius (0.5 to 8.6 Fahrenheit) by the late 21st century.

    Countries such as India are likely to be hit hard by global warming, which will bring more freak weather such as droughts that will lead to serious water shortages and affect agricultural output and food security.

    “Unfortunately, the world has not really woken up to the reality of what we are going to face in terms of the crises as far as water is concerned,” IPCC Chair Rajendra Pachauri told participants at a conference on water security.

  6. Sunger

    World Faces Food Shortages and Mass Migration’ Caused by Global Warming

    The world is facing a future of food shortages and mass migration as a consequence of widespread water shortages caused by global warming, the outgoing head of the World Meteorological Society has warned.

    Michel Jarraud, the WMO’s Secretary-General, said of all the dangers posed by climate change – from increasingly intense storms and a growth in disease to rising sea levels that may submerge cities – the greatest threat is from dwindling water supplies.

    About 1.6 billion people already live in areas that are classed as having “water scarcity” and that number is forecast to reach 2.8 billion by 2025. It will go on climbing after that as the planet continues warming.

    Large swathes of Africa, the Middle East and Asia will be hit hardest, although parts of Australia, the US, South America and southern Europe are also vulnerable.

    Experts predict the scarcity will unleash a major refugee crisis as the lack of water for drinking, crops and manufacturing makes huge populated areas uninhabitable and hundreds of millions of people are forced to move.

    “Often we think about climate change in terms of temperature but actually the most important parameter which will be affected is the water cycle,” Mr Jarraud told the Carbon Brief website. “In a water-stressed area, there will be even more stress on the water resources.”

  7. Christian W

    “dwindling water supplies…” ?

    I thought the “weather” was going to get warmer with more moisture? What happens to all that melting ice when the ice cover on the poles are gone? Is the Greenhouse effect also discarded now in favour of Climate Change?

  8. Sunger

    Christian said- “Is the Greenhouse effect also discarded now in favour of Climate Change?”

    No the greenhouse effect has been canceled.!!!!

    You need to turn off the Foxnews and do some reading on this subject instead of listening to nuts like Elaine.

  9. Sunger

    Arctic Methane Emissions Significantly Increased since 2014

    “The findings come from an expedition now underway led by Professor Igor Semiletov, of Tomsk Polytechnic University, on the research vessel ‘Academic M.A. Lavrentyev’ which left Tiksi on 24 September on a 40 day mission.

    The seeping of methane from the sea floor is greater than in previous research in the same area, notably carried out between 2011 and 2014.

    Scientists are eager to determine the quantity of methane buried in those vast areas of the Siberian Arctic shelf and the impact it can have on the sensitive polar climate system.

    Five years ago the professor has claimed: ‘We found more than 100 fountains, some more than a kilometre across….These are methane fields on a scale not seen before. The emissions went directly into the atmosphere… Earlier we found torch or fountain-like structures like this… ”

  10. HAHAHA…I am SO ‘roasting to death’ right now, next week it will be again below freezing here and that ain’t ‘normal’ at all.

    Sheesh. You do realize, we have hot/cold/warm/lukewarm/drought/flood/normal rain events all over this huge planet which has many climates, don’t you know!

    Funny, that. Of course, some people look at ‘news’ that usually LIES about nearly everything these days…it certainly doesn’t match my situation, hasn’t for years and years.

    Before this decade, all this stuff happened and no one noticed but even then…when the Sahel had this huge drought in the 1970’s, we were having tons and tons and tons of snow and it was cold even in summer here in NY.

    The big news papers and scientists were all yelling about another Little Ice Age back then…switching it to ‘global warming’ when it warmed up to sort of warm, but not as hot as the 1930s.

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