Mr. Trump, Alone With His Lies in a Warming World – The New York Times editorial the same week it is going to be near 0 degrees F in upstate NY where I live. These people are insane. The editors of the NYT live only just south of where I live and they will be shivering in a howling, Arctic wind this week and they are still hysterical about ‘global warming’. Cold records will be set this week! They picked the perfect time to attack Trump for telling the truth.
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The English government admits that the elderly are dying earlier thanks to ‘climate change’ that is COLDER, not warmer: Life expectancy falls for older UK women | Society | The Guardian
The rulers of our nation have worked hard to totally ignore a record cold, snowy winter assailing half of the nation. This has been so dire, it even has slowed down the entire economy: LA Times – U.S. job growth slows sharply in March to 126,000
One of the biggest snow storms of the season blankets the Alps | Ice Age Now: hurricane level winds hammer Europe. It is still very cold where I live, not at all a normal spring. The cherry blossoms in DC aren’t even beginning to bloom, either, which is unusually late. The mainstream media has been hammering the story that we are tired of ‘climate change’ discussions and this, due to mysterious reasons. Yet when I talk to normal people, they bring up often the real climate change issue: it is ridiculously cold, not hot. They are upset about this.
First, harsh reality: the vast majority of people who have a choice want to live where it is much warmer and specifically where there is oceans nearby that are supposed to drown everyone during the Global Warming Period that ended recently. Even the Bilderberg ruler who owns the New York Times admits people are moving in greatest numbers to these very places the NYT claims will be destroyed by super hot weather and oceans rising: The Giant Retirement Community That Explains Where Americans Are Moving – NYTimes.com
Add this all up, and what do the latest census population numbers tell us?
These longstanding, pre-crisis patterns for how Americans migrate exist for a reason: People want a combination of good weather, affordable housing and good job opportunities. And if a place combines those factors, people will come.
Nothing is more despicable to me than watching people whine about how hot and dry a desert is after they move there. Duh. California’s tiny drought has brought out Apocalyptic fears when this is one of the shortest, not longest droughts in the last 2,000 years since the Roman Warm Period. Florida remains the happy home destination of huge numbers of retirees who want ‘GOOD weather’ which means hot weather. And they go to Florida for the beaches and they know that Florida is barely above sea level and obviously this is no problem for them so why should I freeze to death and be forbidden the right to burn coal up here in the frigid north because of these guys???
Deer and wild turkeys grazing on my fields this week.
Half of the US is warm and half has endured two Factory Cutbacks in February Held Back U.S. Growth due to severe cold, blizzards and other global cooling weather. This super cold winter that assailed more than half of the North American continent has caused big economic problems.
The eastern U.S. saw below-normal temperatures from Atlanta to New York in February and record snowfalls in New England. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s data showed February was the snowiest month on record for Boston, while Chicago, Buffalo and Cleveland had their coldest February on record.
NOAA Insists That Warm Arctic Means Warm Northeast Instead, Cold Moving South Which Is Very Dangerous
Warming Winters: U.S. Temperature Trends towards warmer winters! Especially the eastern half of North America is supposed to be getting much warmer in winter compared to 1978. Then we had two winters back to back that were even colder than 1978 which was the coldest year of the previous cold cycle. Here is a paragraph from the quasi-government website run by young alarmists screaming about how hot the earth is today: Extreme Weather and Climate Change: The Northeast | Climate Central
The bottom line answer is yes: Heat waves are longer and hotter than they used to be (in the Northeast) and some regions are suffering from catastrophic drought. Heavy rains are more frequent and can be more intense and rainfall records have been smashed. These events fit a pattern that climate scientists have long expected to appear as the result of increased greenhouse gases in our atmosphere. That doesn’t mean global warming is the only culprit: extreme weather was happening before global warming began. But there’s general scientific agreement that global warming has contributed to a trend toward more intense extremes of heat and precipitation around the world, is partly to blame for specific extreme weather events over the last decade and will continue to influence both in the future.