NINE YEARS AGO… Al Gore Predicted North Pole Would Be Completely Ice Free by Today and today the North Pole is centered on my house in Upstate New York. Every day this week and going along all of next week…the temperatures at night will be below zero F and during the day, maybe up to 2 F. This is insanely cold and colder than any winter up here in the last 50 years or even the last 100 years. This is a super cold wave and the entire earth is seeing colder weather except for a very few places, places where the great Ice Ages barely affected, say, Africa or Australia.
The above ocean temperature deviation map clearly shows a very powerful upwelling in this La Nina winter. All the last three years, even in summer in the Southern Hemisphere, the ocean has been unusually cold. All this points to a cooling planet, not a heating up planet. This cold winter, the entire equator is cooler than normal and it shows up in extreme cold in the Northern Hemisphere and Antarctica.
When someone makes predictions that are utter rubbish, their right to be listened to when making future predictions should be cancelled out due to poor record in predicting anything. Latest ice conditions – Canada.ca
All of Hudson Bay, the epicenter of all Ice Ages, is frozen and the Great Lakes, created by previous glacial events, is beginning to freeze up, too and the St. Lawrence River is freezing up including the entire coastline in the North Atlantic.
Has all this incoming information stopped the global warmists? Nope. They still attack Trump daily for not signing away our right to survive at the infamous Paris meetings. The President Doesn’t Care Enough to Understand Global Warming – The Atlantic Monthly wrote THIS FREEZING WEEK!
Thursday night, as record lows gripped most of the country’s northern half, President Trump clarified that he does not understand another revolution in our knowledge of the natural order of things: the theory of human-driven climate change.
Trump is wrong about the science—I’ll get to that in a moment—but, first, let’s not mince words: The president is trolling here. Pointing to cold weather and asking Whither climate change? is, by this point, almost a Republican tradition. In February 2015, Senator James Inhofe of Oklahoma brought a snowball inside the Senate chambers to demonstrate that global warming was not real. “It’s very, very cold out. Very unseasonable,” said Inhofe, then the chairman of the Environment and Public Works Committee. “In case we have forgotten because we keep hearing that 2014 has been the warmest year on record.”
When one jerry rigs information to give bad data sets, we get a mess. The mess here is, it doesn’t matter one whit how warm Alaska is when it comes to understanding global climate. The problem with using Alaska to determine if it is cold or warm is ridiculous because Alaska is always WARM during Ice Ages.
The only glaciation in Alaska during Ice Ages is confined to the mountains where glaciers remain during Warm Cycles.
Perhaps Trump has forgotten that his native New York suffered three heat waves by late July this year, or that a “normal” summer now would count as a “hot” summer during the 20th century.
This is utterly deranged. Yes, it was warm in July which is normally warm. But August in New York was very cold and it snowed here back then! I was very alarmed. I warned everyone that we were facing a ferocious winter here in the Northeast. And it has been pretty cold with occasional warm spells, but over all, very cold.
And there is, in fact, a connection between global warming and the current frigid weather across the United States. Spend some time clicking around the Climate Reanalyzer—a fantastic tool from the University of Maine—and you’ll see that the northern half of North America is the only part of the world where temperatures are significantly colder right now than normal. Moscow, Russia, is normally about 24 degrees Fahrenheitthis time of year; it’s currently pushing 40. The Arctic as a whole is more than 5 degrees Fahrenheit above normal.
Like Alaska, Siberia was populated by huge herds of grazing animals during all Ice Ages! It was not under a mile of Ice. North America, on the other hand, was under a mile of ice, the northern half, that is. This childish idea that it is OK for the part of the planet that was buried under the most ice during each ice age to be super cold.
No, it is a warning sign. Here is the ‘heat anomaly’ map used by the wretches working for Atlantic Monthly that clearly shows North America going into Ice Age conditions:
This is super scary. It isn’t just ‘cold’ right now, it is insanely cold, much colder than normal. England, which is buried in ice during Ice Ages is also feeling the freezer conditions. China was never covered by ice sheets, these were confined entirely to the Himalayan mountains which normally have constant ice during warm cycles. The propaganda regime of the leftists is going to be ignored by people who are freezing to death. Yes, California is warm but then, it was warm during all Ice Ages!
Mexico saw zero glaciation. The Congo in Africa and Amazon in South America saw near zero effects from the Ice Ages. This is why telling us that extreme, extended cold is nothing if it is confined mainly to places that were under a mile of ice during Ice Ages is insane, stupid and cruel.
What is worse is, ‘scientists’ who embrace global warming dogma, refuse to understand what is so obvious to anyone else with a brain: their model for the climate is awful and predicts nothing and is dangerous. They want to impose laws on us to prevent us from warming ourselves. They are malicious and vicious people who hang out where it is always warm, sniping at us all and yelling that we, the people whoa are freezing to death, are making the warm places too warm. To hell with these clowns!
Oh, and California’s San Andreas fault continues to be totally bound in the center with the northern and southern end shaking like mad and all other fault lines are shaking nonstop, too. It will blow very soon now. But don’t worry, everyone there is super warm so they won’t freeze to death if the gas and electric lines are down for a few months after an earthquake.