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Previous Interglacial Was Warmer Than ‘Dire’ Predictions Today: Alaska Warming, Great Lakes Cooling,Is Ice Age Warning

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This shows the North Pole regions if the planet gets warmer.  Supposedly, this means we and all living things will perish.  Trees will grow closer to the North Pole, for example.  Oh, the horrors!  Only, it appears that the previous Interglacial was much warmer than the present one.  Trees grew much closer to the North Pole.  Life flourished during that Interglacial.  My mountain was -4ºF at dawn.  In Europe, UK weather: Colder, windier and with likelihood of risky icy road conditions and snow ‘blizzards’ which is why the Prince of Wales is demanding it be colder because warm climate is evil.

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As Planet Gets Much Colder, IPCC Issues Panic Report We Are Doomed To Roast

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The Google news site has the usual iconic polar bears since a bunch of lazy walruses aren’t very cute, to illustrate how we are roasting to death.  Good thing they have polar bears on small ice floe photo stashes because polar bears this winter have plenty of ice to walk on as the Arctic Ocean and Siberia as well as Canada are now already locked in ice.  Periodically, there are warm surges as sun spot activity continues sporadically spraying the solar system with warmth.  So of course, due to these sputtering events, the warmists tell us it is hotter and hotter.

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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.

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Is Earthquake Activity Unusual? The Past Decade Has Had Many More Major Quakes

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Here is today’s earthquake map.  Ever since the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami we have seen many other major quakes equal in strength.  The Indonesian one was a 9.1 or greater and the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake was at least a 9.0.  A quick look at the below graph shows very clearly that great or small, quakes are more frequent and more violent this last decade:

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Obama To Drastically Reduce US Electrical Output To Save Us From ‘Global Warming’

Obama finally has nailed the coffin shut with his move to cut CO2 from electrical plants by 30-40%.  Our struggling economy will sink like a rock.  And Democrats will blame everyone for their defeat except the global warmists who mainly live in California and are huge funders of the Democratic party machine.

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50 Years Ago Great Alaska 9.2 Quake: Rebuilding On Top Of Ruins

 

Newsreel Following the 1964 Earthquake – YouTube: This week is the 50th Anniversary of the biggest earthquake in the last 100 years: the Great Alaskan Earthquake.  Only 113 dead except all the native camps along the shore that were swept away are not really counted, no bodies were found but searchers found broken boards and debris with zero survivors.  The damage from this quake was very severe.  And we learn little from it, from the looks of Alaska today.

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Earth Was 8F Higher In Previous Interglacial Cycles, Greenland, Antarctica Nearly Ice Free

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Elgygytgyn Lake is in Siberia near the Arctic Ocean and Alaska.  It is an impact crater that has never frozen during Ice Ages because the Ice Age glacier cover is VERY uneven just as super cold wave vortex events are very uneven though these follow a rigid, set pattern covering the same areas with glaciers every Ice Age.  We see clearly from the above charts showing pollen levels that not only are the Ice Age/Interglaical events more violently opposite of each other, that this has been a gradual cooling off process with the highs getting slightly lower each cycle but the lows getting much, much colder each cycle.

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