Mar 30 07:48

NHP reports dozens of crashes during snowy Monday commute (

The Nevada Highway Patrol began working crashes early Monday morning in the Reno-Sparks area during fresh snowfall.

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Mar 30 07:47

Snowfall in Bolton causes traffic problems during morning rush hour

Residents in Bolton woke up to a blanket of white covering the area, but the snow is causing some problems on the M61

Mar 30 07:46

Surprise snowfall hits Lancashire

Heavy snow fell in parts of Lancashire this morning catching out commuters as they made their way into work following the Easter break.

Mar 29 11:46

Early April to yield blasts of arctic air and snow in midwestern, northeastern US

Arctic air to deliver shocking cold, hard freezes to the Upper Midwest and Northeast

Mar 29 11:46

Heavy snow and severe weather as storm moves into the Plains

A storm moving into the Plains will produce heavy snow today into Wednesday and severe weather Wednesday to Thursday. The snow will accumulate up to a foot across parts of Wyoming causing travel problems along I-80 and I-25. The snow will taper off late Wednesday.

Mar 29 11:46

Winter Storm Troy Spreading Snow From Rockies to the Northern Plains and Upper Midwest; Blizzard Conditions Possible

Winter Storm Troy will spread snow from the Rockies into parts of the northern Plains and the Upper Midwest through Thursday.

Mar 29 11:42

Major Snowstorm to Hit U.S. Cattle Herds at Worst Possible Time

Snow is on the way for Wyoming, and it’s coming at the wrong time of year for ranchers.

The hardest-hit areas will get as much as 20 inches (51 centimeters), said Chris Hattings, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service in Riverton, Wyoming. Casper could get 18 inches before the storm ends Wednesday. Blizzard watches were posted for several counties in the central and eastern parts of the state.

“In the higher elevations, way, way up there where nobody lives, some areas could see as much as three feet,” Hattings said.

Mar 29 09:25

Storm Katie brings in unexpected snow to the region

Storm Katie has brought in some unexpected weather for Easter Monday - it has been snowing in parts of the region this morning.

Mar 28 14:16

Snow flurries could be coming to Windsor for the weekend

Environment Canada says there is a chance Windsor could be hit with snow flurries this weekend.

The weather agency is calling for a 40 per cent chance of rain showers or flurries Friday night. There is a 60 per cent chance of rain or flurries Saturday night and a 40 per cent chance of snow flurries on Sunday.

Mar 28 09:32

Storms forecast to dump several inches of snow on Pocatello, Idaho Falls and rest of region; mountains could see foot of snow

The National Weather Service has issued multiple winter storm watches for Eastern Idaho calling for several inches of fresh snow in our region through the middle of the week.

Mar 28 09:32

Snow expected in Utah County through Wednesday

Easter has come and gone, but that doesn’t mean that spring is in the air.

According to the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City, a winter storm is headed to Utah and will bring snow and colder weather to the state through Wednesday.

Mar 28 09:31

Another week, another chance of snow for Fort Collins

A mixed bag for Fort Collins weather this week with warm temps today and Tuesday, followed by potential for snow and rain midweek then a clearing trend comes just in time to enjoy the first weekend of April.

Mar 28 09:30

Easter morning snow aids fire-hit counties

They called the spring snow falling in south-central Kansas on Easter Sunday morning a “blessing.”

A band of wet snow fell over parts of Kansas, including Reno County and wildfire-struck counties along the Oklahoma border.

“Mother Nature did them a big favor,” said Wichita-based National Weather Service meteorologist Chris Jakub.

Mar 27 19:25

Late winter storm slated to hit Utah

SALT LAKE CITY — Old Man Winter is hanging on in Utah to bring the state a late storm that could deliver up to 2 feet of new snow in the northern mountains and leave 3 inches on the valley floors along some portions of the Wasatch Front.

The National Weather Service in Salt Lake City provided an updated briefing Sunday of a complicated winter storm that will arrive in Utah on Monday and linger into Wednesday.

Mar 27 19:11

KC residents wake up to Easter snowfall

ROELAND PARK, Kan. -- The first week of spring brought snow to many parts of the metro. The snow arrived as families were traveling to Easter morning church services.

Mar 27 15:29


Faced with prison, ruin and disgrace when his case comes before the Delhi courts next month, Pachauri has resigned from the IPCC and stepped back from Teri, the huge energy research institute that he founded and which has taken solar lighting to hundreds of millions of Indians. Meanwhile, his many enemies are revelling in his discomfort, his health has suffered and he has been subject to death threats and demonstrations by women’s groups.

His accuser, who cannot be named, is a science graduate. She says he besieged her with offensive messages, emails and texts in the 16 months she spent working with him. In February 2015, she gave police a cache of several thousand electronic messages as evidence.

She says she rejected Pachauri’s “carnal and perverted” advances. “On many occasions, Dr Pachauri forcibly grabbed my body, hugged me, held my hands, kissed me and touched my body in an inappropriate manner,” she told police.

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Pachauri was not awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. IOt was awarded to IPCC as a whole, not to Pachauri personally, although he likes to claim otherwise.

Mar 27 07:38

Saturday evening: Snow over in Denver metro, still snowing in southern parts of state

The weather has quieted down in the Denver metro area Saturday evening after a morning snow storm that's still dumping inches in south and southeast Colorado.

Here's a look at some snow totals Saturday afternoon:

Conifer: 12 inches
Monument: 7 inches
Ken Caryl: 6 inches
Erie: 5 inches

Mar 27 07:37

Storm hits mountains, mostly misses Durango

Another storm coming to San Juans on Monday night

Mar 27 07:37

On skiing: Ski activities remain available

Once on the mountain, I stopped where a Gould coach was directing traffic across Monday Mourning between runs by racers. There were only three racers making GS training runs, so no one had to wait long to cross. They could also ski down the right side with plenty of room to stay away from the course set down the left side. Watching, it was obvious two of these kids were among the best in the Gould/Sunday River program, and the third was close. Not only were these young racers setting up well above the gates, they were carving around them and holding their lines well. That told me two things: First, the kids were exceptional skiers; and second, the snow was nearly perfect. It was firm, but they had no trouble holding their edges.

My run down the right side confirmed the quality of the snow.

Mar 26 10:23

March snow in Chicago is making us feel like Joakim Noah

Right when we thought we had beat the winter, snow flurries returned to Chicago on Thursday evening. It's not unusual for it to snow in Chicago during March, but that doesn't make it any less depressing.

Two years ago, after one of the most miserable and cold winters in the city's history, Bulls center Joakim Noah discovered that it was snowing outside during a postgame interview, and his reaction pretty much sums up what it's like to experience springtime snow in the city.

Mar 26 10:23

Blizzard Cindy dumps nearly a foot of snow on the Northwoods

Winter Storm/Blizzard Cindy dumped around a foot of snow on locations such as Lakewood, Athelstane and Wausaukee, according to the National Weather Service.

Mar 26 10:22

Residents react to early spring snow storm

Those that put away their winter gear had to break it out again for the latest winter snow storm.

"Last week I was raking. Today I'm shoveling snow, but that's Michigan and we're used to it," said Keith Roberts, who lives in Gaylord.

Gaylord resident Steve Miller snow blows driveways in Gaylord in the winter.

He said he was glad he didn't put his equipment away.

Mar 26 08:54

Polar vortex to plunge cold into midwestern, eastern US in early April

Arctic air will plunge into much of the central and eastern United States, as the polar vortex shifts its position during early April.

Following a pattern favoring more warm days than cold days into next week, a change will likely bring record cold to parts of the Midwest and East.

Mar 25 10:55

Westside Snow Report 3-24-16

March Madness in the Mountains is upon us! For those of you who live to ride the deep snow, these next few days will possibly be the last chance this season as we get our final cold front before the spring pattern takes over and we get into the warmer temperatures. In the last 24 hours Crystal Mountain is reporting 5 new inches, while Mt. Baker is reporting 12 new inches, and Stevens pass reports 3 new inches. It is expected to continue snowing through Friday, which should be fantastic, and we could have a bluebird powder day Saturday throughout the cascades. Snow levels are expected to be at or below 3000 feet, so you can get freshies at the Summit at Snoqualmie if you are up for a quick trip.

Mar 25 10:55

Fresh snow concerns avalanche experts

The fresh snow falling in the mountains around southwest Montana has blanketed local peaks.

And that means that anybody heading into the backcountry needs to beware of avalanche danger.

Mar 25 10:54

Snow causing headaches for some in De Pere

The west side of downtown De Pere saw almost whiteout conditions as the sun went down Wednesday, slowing business along Main Avenue.

“I just really hope we don’t get the 14 inches like they’re talking about because we definitely do not need that,” says 3rd Dimension Tattoos & Body Piercing owner Burt Holez.

Mar 25 10:54

Storm passes, wraps up for the evening

At 5 p.m., snow was falling over most of the area. It didn't accumulate to much, but it made for a messy rush hour. Snow ended by about 8 p.m., WeatherWatch 12 Chief Meteorologist Mark Baden said,

As of 5 p.m., here were some of the snow totals:

Mount Calvary -- 5.8 inches
Taycheedah -- 5,5 inches
Elkhart Lake -- 4 inches
Plymouth -- 4 inches
Beaver Dam -- 2.5 inches

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Mar 25 10:53

Colorado snow totals for March 23, 2016

The following Colorado snow totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for March 23, 2016, as of 8:14 p.m.

Allenspark — 16.2 inches

Arvada — 16.5 inches

Aspen Springs — 9.4 inches

Aurora — 25 inches

Bennett —15 inches

Berthoud —16 inches

Black Hawk — 8 inches

Boulder — 25.5 inches

Brookvale — 11 inches

Broomfield — 20 inches

Mar 25 10:46

What's the Real Agenda Behind Climate-change Alarmism?

The world leaders and activists who attended the UN Climate Summit in Paris last December are all about saving the world, saving the environment, right? That’s the standard narrative, isn’t it?

Well, critics, ourselves included, have insisted that the UN climate agenda is really about power and wealth. More precisely, it is about getting the power to redistribute global wealth — through carbon taxes, carbon pricing, carbon trading, and carbon regulation, etc. But don’t take our word for it; the top climateers have said so themselves.

Mar 25 09:55

The Most Dangerous Man in America

Now YOU know why YOU are “The most dangerous man or woman in America”.

The upshot of this discussion is that when the American people really do wake up, the “military arm of the NWO” will collapse in a day and a night. Then, there is no one nation or other entity to enforce the global tyranny that has relentlessly terrorized the planet for so many centuries, and even over millennia.

This is why YOU are “The most dangerous man or woman in America”!

Let’s get busy … … … creating many other “dangerous men and women in America”.

Mar 24 09:02


"One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back." -- Carl Sagan

"The real deniers are people who think our climate was and should remain static and unchanging." -- Paul Driessen and Chris Skates

"Every great cause begins as a movement, becomes a business, and eventually degenerates into a racket." -- Eric Hoffer, The Temper of Our Time

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I figured this was worth a repost as Denver digs out from a major blizzard ... just one week from April!

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Mar 24 08:51

FLASHBACK - NOAA Radiosonde Data Shows No Warming For 58 Years

In their “hottest year ever” press briefing, NOAA included this graph, which stated that they have a 58 year long radiosonde temperature record. But they only showed the last 37 years in the graph.

Here is why they are hiding the rest of the data. The earlier data showed as much pre-1979 cooling as the post-1979 warming.

Mar 24 08:49

Stats Tampering Puts NOAA in Hot Water

NOAA’s adjustments to previous ocean temperatures between 1998 and 2012 made recent global temperature changes appear more than twice warmer than the original records showed.

This was accomplished by throwing out global-coverage satellite-sensed sea surface measurements taken since the late 1970s — the best data available — and upwardly adjusting spotty and unreliable hit-and-miss temperature readings taken from ocean-going vessels which present well-recognized problems.

Big errors are introduced because readings taken from the cooling-water intake-tubes of various ships record measure temperatures at different ocean depths. Varying amounts of conduction from different vessel infrastructures and daily sun conditions skew temperatures as well.

Mar 24 08:42

Denver digs out from blizzard; roads ice over, schools closed, widespread power outages

- A blizzard that ranked in the top five for March has moved out of the Denver metro area, but it left behind a foot of snow, icy roads and cold temperatures.

Denver received 13.1 inches of snow at the official reporting station at Denver International Airport, making it the fifth-largest snowstorm in March in the city since record keeping began in the late 1800s.

Mar 24 08:28

BEX ALERT - 'Superstorm’ climate shift can happen within decades not centuries, climate scientists warn

Sea levels could rise 20-30 feet within decades, losing 'most of the world's largest cities and all their history'

Webmaster addition: The US is getting slammed in a blizzard reaching from Denver to Michigan ... in SPRING, and the global warming scammers are still screeching about impending doom if we don;t pay carbon taxes, buy carbon credits, and let them decide how we should live.

Mar 24 07:47

Major winter storm underway from Central Rockies to High Plains, US

A major winter storm is well underway from the Central Rockies to the High Plains on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. Blizzard warnings are in effect from across northeastern Colorado to southeastern Wyoming, southwestern Nebraska, and northwestern Kansas. The storm is expected to intensify further as it moves towards the Great Lakes through Thursday, March 24.


Mar 23 12:03

Snow Storm Shuts Down Denver's Airport

Denver's airport has been shut down by a powerful spring snow storm.

Continued snow and blowing wind has reduced visibility at Denver International Airport so officials say it's not safe for aircraft to take off or land. It's also made the road to the airport impassable.

The airport is asking passengers already at the airport to remain there until conditions improve and they can safely drive away.

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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming! :)

Mar 23 10:15

2+ Million Monarch Butterflies Die from Snow & Cold 19N° Southern Mexico

Mar 22 12:36

Winter-like storm headed for Michigan

Someone forgot to tell Mother Nature that spring has sprung.

A half-foot of snow is expected to hit parts of mid- and northern Michigan on Wednesday into Thursday, just days after the first official day of spring, according to the National Weather Service in White Lake Township.

Mar 22 08:46

Intellicast - Weather Alerts Western Montana Snow


Mar 21 18:15

Early spring snowstorm on Maine’s doorstep

An early spring storm off the coast of Maine is expected to pummel some parts of the state with as much as a foot of snow before it leaves the region Monday afternoon.

Mar 21 18:15

Up to 10 inches of snow coming for parts of New England

"I think it's pretty crazy that it's snowing on the first day of spring. I don't really like snow, so if we could just get the 75 and blue skies back that would be nice!" said Michael Forgione. "You can tell by the snowflakes falling on my baldhead it's too cold out here!"

As much as 4 to 8 inches is expected from Massachusetts to Rhode Island, with some areas seeing as much as 8 to 10.

Mar 21 18:14

Nova Scotia schools cancel classes as nor'easter blows through

The Department of Transportation said provincial crews started working before dawn and roads were snow covered in many areas during the morning commute.

Mar 21 18:14

Snow could make morning commute tricky

Meteorologists say 2 to 4 inches of snow could fall by Monday morning, making for a messy commute with the possibility of school delays or cancellations.

Snow was expected to start late Sunday evening, with most of the accumulation happening between midnight and 9 a.m. Monday, said meteorologist Gary Lessor of the Western Connecticut State University Weather Center. Temperatures peaked at about 43 degrees in Meriden on Sunday afternoon, but were expected to drop to between 25 and 30 degrees overnight. The storm may begin as rain before it changes to snow.

Mar 21 18:13

Heaviest snow expected on N.J. coast

With snow falling overnight, New Jerseyans waking up Monday morning can expect to see slippery conditions across most of the state with the greatest accumulation on parts of the coastal plain.

Mar 21 13:45

Winter storm watch issued for part

A winter storm watch is in effect for a large part of western Lower Michigan. It has been issued due to the potential for heavy snow accumulations or freezing rain and sleet accumulations.

More areas of Michigan will likely be added to the winter storm watch soon.

Mar 21 09:30

Spring snow falls in St. Louis

Mar 19 10:57

Flashback: Water Car Inventor Murdered

Something to think about during "Earth Hour"

Mar 19 08:48

Bolaris' Weather Watch: Snowstorm to strike the Northeast? Say it isn’t snow

Timing of the storm and its associated snow, sleet and rain still needs to be worked out, but it should be snowing in both Philadelphia and NYC sometime on Saturday night.

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Mar 19 08:44

Rain-snow mix comes for first day of spring

A push of cold air from the north is positioned along a front that came from the south. Moisture along that front is bringing a rain-snow mix to much of the area Saturday.

As much as an inch more snow could fall overnight into Sunday

Mar 18 12:24

Storm brings both heavy snow, rain to Duluth.

Mar 18 11:14

Another Climate Scientist Indicted for Financial Fraud

Here we go again. Daniel Alongi, a researcher racketeer with the Australian Institute of Marine Science — though he’s no longer listed on its website — is facing trial for using a scheme to erroneously pocket half a million dollars in taxpayer money that was supposedly being used on climate change research. According to The Heartland Institute, “Alongi has been indicted by the Australian government on charges of defrauding taxpayers out of $556,000 in false expenses since 2008. Alongi has already admitted to creating false invoices, credit card statements, and e-mails to cover his misappropriation of funds.” As you might expect, “Alongi’s indictment raises serious questions concerning the credibility of his research,” Heartland adds. Meteorologist Anthony Watts says, “If Alongi falsely claimed to have spent half a million dollars on radioisotope testing, it would look pretty strange if he didn’t produce any false test results, to justify the expenditure of all that money.”

Mar 18 11:12

Obama-Backed Solar Plant Could Be Shut Down For Not Producing Enough Energy

California regulators may force a massive solar thermal power plant in the Mojave Desert to shut down after years of under-producing electricity — not to mention the plant was blinding pilots flying over the area and incinerating birds.

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I flew over one of those solar plants once (as a passenger) and the glare from the mirrors is intense. While the direct solar energy is focused on the generator tower, the atmospheric haze from near the sun misses the tower and reflects back into the sky.

Mar 17 12:00

Updated snowfall reports from around the Northland

Snow reports relayed by the National Weather Service in Duluth through 11 a.m. Thursday:

13 inches - Lutsen
12.3 inches - Gunflint Trail
12 inches - Cook, Tofte, Taconite Harbor
11.8 inches - Snowbank Lake
11.5 inches - Silver Bay, Two Harbors (10 miles NNE)
9.7 inches - Two Harbors (7 miles NW)
9.5 inches - Sea Gull Lake
9.2 inches - Duluth airport
9 inches - Embarrass
8.7 inches - Arnold
8 inches - Orr, Poplar
7.5 inches - Hoyt Lakes, Stone Lake, Gile
7.4 inches - Saxon
7.3 inches - Kabetogama
7.2 inches - International Falls
7.1 inches - Island Lake, Oulu
7 inches - Tower, Lake Nebagamon, Brimson, Cotton, Cornucopia
6.3 inches - Superior, Seeley
6 inches - Cloquet, Mahtowa, Herbster
5.8 inches - Floodwood
5.3 inches - Wright
5 inches - Moquah, Drummond, Grand Marais
4.8 inches - Washburn
4.5 inches - Grand Rapids
4.1 inches - Wrenshall, Madeline Island
3.8 inches - Bayfield
3.2 inches - Ashland
3 inches - Minong, Larsmont
2.9 inches - Kettle River

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Mar 17 10:33






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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming! :)

Mar 16 13:16

Temperatures return to 50s before threat of snow returns

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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming!

Mar 15 10:43

Snowy, wet conditions affecting travel in the Sierra

The snow is creating some near white out conditions in the Sierra, where it’s been snowing all day. KCRA 3’s Mike Luery shows what the travel conditions are like in the mountains.

Mar 15 10:32

Jessica Savitch predicts catastrophic global warming by 1990's

Mar 15 10:20

Facing backlash, Clinton says coal still has a future

Facing a backlash from Appalachian Democrats, Hillary Clinton's campaign on Monday tried to reaffirm her commitment to coal communities one day after declaring on national television she was going to "to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business."

Mar 14 10:51

Shaw, AR Massive Hail Storm Slams Motorists just south of Little Rock.

Mar 14 10:01

Freedom of Speech to be Denied by Attorney General Loretta Lynch

Well, here it comes: criminal prosecution for denying there is “climate change” all because this will be the next great tax to match Obamacare. Forget freedom of speech, that is following the 4th and 5th Amendments down the drain. We are heading into that dark, deep hole of authoritarian regimes.

I have friends who fled here from Eastern Europe and Russia. The one comment they make often is that everything they ran away from is happening right here. They see it, for that is what they fled. We tend to ignore everything until it is just too late.

Mar 14 09:04

February smashes monthly world temperature records by 'shocking' amount as 'climate emergency' declared

'In short, we are now hurtling at a frightening pace toward the globally agreed maximum of 2.0°C warming over pre-industrial levels'

Mar 13 10:48

Use of Fear to Silence Climate Skeptics Is An Assault On Reason

Even the threat by US Attorney General (AG) Loretta Lynch that the FBI are going to examine the role of climate skeptics for charges under the RICO is deeply disturbing. It is the practice of leaders who hold a singular political view from either extreme to isolate and threaten. Totalitarianism occurs on the left and the right.

While Lynch was threatening skeptics, President Obama held a press conference with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at which they announced total agreement on the need to fight climate change. Both present themselves as leaders who only have the people and the planet at heart, but consider the actions of what Trudeau’s father Pierre did when his belief in centralized government was challenged.

Mar 13 07:44

Why Young Americans Are Suing Obama Over Climate Change

The suit was filed last summer by 21 young Americans between the ages of 8 and 19, and climate scientist Dr. James Hansen, who have taken to the courts to legally force the administration to enact a bold, science-based climate plan. In withering detail, the complaint lays out how the government has known since the 1960s that carbon pollution from burning fossil fuels directly contributes to global warming and a destabilized atmosphere, and yet continues to aggressively promote and subsidize fossil fuel extraction.

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And let us not forget all those famous court cases, sound in logic and law, that led to the torture and death of all those evil witches and heretics!

Mar 12 10:59

'Six killed' in Italian Alps avalanche: sources

Six climbers were killed in an Alpine avalanche Saturday that struck a group of a dozen people in the area of Monte Nevoso, close to Italy's border with Austria, rescuers said.

"Rescue operations are ongoing. The assessment is incomplete," said Italy's alpine rescue service, according to the AGI news agency.

Several other climbers were injured in the incident, the source added.

A huge flow of snow engulfed the group who were close to the top of Monte Nevoso, also known as the Schneebiger Nock, in the late morning


Mar 11 11:51

Stranded by the storm

Snow and gusting winds in Nuuk prevented about 1,000 Arctic Winter Games athletes from arriving as planned. The organisers still hope the event can begin on Sunday with only minor adjustments

Mar 11 09:07

Researchers forced to 'embellish, dramatise' expected study outcomes in order to secure grants

Australian academics say they are being forced to exaggerate or embellish the potential impacts of their research when trying to secure limited funding for projects.

Mar 11 08:59


Mr. Snowden says the CIA first orchestrated the spread of the “Global Warming scare” in the 1950s, in order to divert the attention of the scientific community, from the dangers of the weapons race and reinforce its control over research institutes.

Mar 10 16:46

The Climate Change Religion

The alarmism surrounding supposed "climate change" continues to reach ever higher levels of desperation. The propaganda runs 24 hrs a day and has crept into all aspects of media, crony corporate America, and (of course) government "schools".

The arguments go from ridiculous to hysterical. We're told by many politicians that "climate change" is the #1 threat to Americans. This is of course a favorite of the swindling class. Others tell us that the #1 threat is ISIS, and some are now saying that it's Donald Trump. Some say it's North Korea, Russia, or Iran. The carousel of #1 threats is always in motion.

In the media you'll find stories that free birth control is needed in order to battle climate change, and that climate change will turn women into prostitutes. Non-believers of this ridiculous propaganda are branded as "deniers".

Oh, and never forget that "the science is settled"!

Mar 10 13:49

Heavy Snow Hits Northern England

Northern England is suffering from chaos caused by heavy snowfalls with forecasters predicting further cold weather in the days to come.

Mar 10 09:49

Memo to Global Warming Expeditions: Stay Away From Antarctica

It should be clear to global warming polar researchers that sea ice at the South Pole is not melting, but in fact has been growing for 37 years, reports Pierre Gosselin. (1)

Yet, recently another ship got caught in the Antarctic ice. The Antarctic ‘Aurora Australis’ with 68 people on board became stranded in sea ice in the West Arm in Horsehoe Harbor the last week in February, and rescue efforts were prevented by a snowstorm. They were eventually rescued. The problem: Too much ice!

Mar 10 09:48

It’s snowing at Paris-Nice and some people really aren’t happy about it

If you thought the weather on Monday’s stage of Paris-Nice was a bit unpleasant, take a look at the snow that’s settling on the course on stage three.

The feed zone looked a little like Narnia, judging by some of the pictures and videos put out by teams on Twitter, and FDJ even went as far as saying that the roads weren’t suitable for racing.

Mar 10 08:58

Aliens Cause Global Warming - Michael Crichton

We can take as an example the scientific reception accorded a Danish statistician, Bjorn Lomborg, who wrote a book called The Skeptical Environmentalist. The scientific community responded in a way that can only be described as disgraceful. In professional literature, it was complained he had no standing because he was not an earth scientist. His publisher, Cambridge University Press, was attacked with cries that the editor should be fired, and that all right-thinking scientists should shun the press. The past president of the AAAS wondered aloud how Cambridge could have ever "published a book that so clearly could never have passed peer review." )But of course the manuscript did pass peer review by three earth scientists on both sides of the Atlantic, and all recommended publication.) But what are scientists doing attacking a press? Is this the new McCarthyism-coming from scientists?

Mar 10 07:38

AG Lynch Testifies: Justice Dept. Has ‘Discussed’ Civil Legal Action Against Climate Change Deniers

Attorney General Loretta Lynch testified Wednesday that the Justice Department has “discussed” taking civil legal action against the fossil fuel industry for “denying” the “threat of carbon emissions” when it comes to climate change.

Mar 10 06:54

Nobel Laureate Smashes the Global Warming Hoax

Mar 09 14:16

Are Electric Cars Really Green?

Email This to Your Lefty Electric Car Driving Friends

Mar 09 13:57

BEX ALERT - The question Trump can't dodge in Florida

South Florida, whether or not it's stated, is a crucial front line for climate change.

Mar 09 13:54

President Obama just gave $500 million of Your Money to the UN Green Fund

Tyrants and dictators, shady international arms dealers, brutal leaders of broken, basket case nations like President for Life Robert Mugabe, will be celebrating today; President Obama just transferred $500 million of US Taxpayer’s money into the new UN Climate Fund.

Mar 09 07:36

Feminism and icebergs: a new low in climate ‘science’

Congratulations, taxpayers of America: You’ve just spent $412,930 on a “scientific” paper on the “relationship between gender and glaciers.”

That’s what the National Science Foundation dropped on “Glaciers, gender and science,” 10,000-plus words of gobbledygook from University of Oregon prof Mark Carey.

Sure, that’s roughly 40 bucks a word — but many of them are big words.

The study urges scientists to take a “feminist political ecology and feminist postcolonial” approach when studying melting ice caps and climate change. Hey, it’s not really global doom unless it comes with full-bore cutting-edge social-justice buzzwords.

Mar 09 07:16

Can anyone find Mammoth? Hint: It's buried beneath 2 monster blizzards

In Mammoth, when it snows, it pours.

Avalanche cannons were blasting Monday, as Mammoth Mountain dug out from another 4 feet of weekend snow. In the midst of that, more snow arrived Monday with white-out conditions continuing. As much as 4 additional feet were predicted by the time the storm passes Tuesday morning, giving a total since Saturday of up to 8 feet of new snow.

R.I.P, Mammoth Lakes. It was nice knowing you.

Mar 09 07:02

NOAA Radiosonde Data Shows No Warming For 58 Years

In their “hottest year ever” press briefing, NOAA included this graph, which stated that they have a 58 year long radiosonde temperature record. But they only showed the last 37 years in the graph.

Here is why they are hiding the rest of the data. The earlier data showed as much pre-1979 cooling as the post-1979 warming.

Mar 08 08:57

Former chair of UN climate panel charged with stalking and sexually harassing female colleague

The UN climate panel’s former chairman, Rajendra Pachauri, was charged Tuesday with stalking and sexually harassing a woman who worked at the New Delhi environmental think-tank he’s headed for more than three decades.

Police filed the case in a Delhi court after investigating a complaint by one of Pachauri’s colleagues at The Energy Research Institute, Press Trust of India said.

Mar 06 09:36

Iceland - The Coldest Winter Since ´95

This passing winter seems to be the coldest measured winter since 1995 according to Meteorologist Trausti Jónsson. Visir reports about new data Jónsson compiled and published on his blog, showing the average temperatures in the months of December, January and February of 2015-2016 to be lower than they have been since 1995. The International winter of 2015 – 2016 was the coldest particularly up-country and it was only measured slightly colder in 1995. Reykjavik is however experiencing much the same temperatures on average as last winter and also in 2000.

Mar 05 09:56

The best snow pictures from social media as much of the UK falls under a white blanket

Bunnies hopping in the snow, children making snowmen and cats and dogs not knowing quite what to make of it - it's a snow day in the UK!

Mar 02 17:47

Heat From Deep Ocean Fault Punches Hole in Arctic Ice Sheet

As winter begins to settle in across the Arctic Ocean and sea ice extent rapidly expands, a very interesting high temperature and low salinity hole has just been punched in the sea ice at a very telling location: directly above the deep ocean Gakkel Ridge Rift / Fault System (Figures 1, 2, and 3).

This world class plate tectonic pull-apart rift is a 1,000-mile-long fault system on the seafloor that has in recent past pulsed massive amounts of heat into the overlying ocean and thereby melting large portions of the ice that floats above the heated ocean column.

So what if anything is to be learned from the recent October 12 geologically induced deep-ocean floor heat pulse that punched a small hole in the Arctic sea ice? Many things, most of which have surprisingly large implications concerning the entire climate change discussion.

Mar 02 16:05

Record snowfall: 7 Michigan cities experience snowiest March 1 ever

Mar 02 13:03

BEX ALERT - Sudden stratospheric warming to bring a snap of cold weather over UK

Meteorologists from the UK Met Office have predicted a sudden stratospheric warming (SSW) will occur in early March 2016. The phenomena could affect the surface weather, increasing the risk of prolonged wintry conditions over parts of northern Europe and the UK.

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More of the "Global warming causes colder weather" nonsense, to try to salvage the carbon tax agenda.

Mar 02 10:36

Monster traffic jams in Moscow after heaviest spring snowfall in 50yrs

Dozens of canceled flights, tailbacks equaling the distance between Moscow and Rome, and almost 1,000 traffic incidents overnight – the strongest ‘early spring’ snowfall in 50 years has stormed the Russian capital.

Moscow received 20cm of snow overnight, which is some 65 percent of the monthly norm, according to weather services. Meteorologists say this is the heaviest snowfall since 1966.

Mar 02 10:24

BEX ALERT - When he wasn’t plotting mass murder, bin Laden worried about climate change

Osama bin Laden wrote a letter calling on the American people to help President Barack Obama fight “catastrophic” climate change and “save humanity,” in the latest evidence of his worries about environmental issues, newly released documents show.

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Sooooooo .... if we stop global warming, won't the terrorists win? :)

Mar 02 07:59




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Mar 01 14:04

Lansing declares snow emergency, LCC cancels classes

The city of Lansing has declared a snow emergency due to the winter storm.

Lansing City Hall and all community centers are closed and parking on city streets is prohibited. All City of Lansing sponsored events or meetings are canceled, with the exception of the election training at the South Washington Office Complex.

Lansing Community College is closing at 4 p.m. All evening classes and events are canceled.

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This is MARCH!

Mar 01 08:52

Scientists Finally Admit Climate Models Are Failing To Predict Global Warming

A group of scientists recently put out a new study confirming the 15-year “hiatus” in global warming. That study made headlines, but what went largely unnoticed was a major admission made by the paper’s authors: the climate models were wrong.

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Feb 29 15:04

Up to 5 inches of snow on way after brief spring fling

Get ready, metro Detroit. We're getting another winter weather curveball.

A day after record high temperatures were recorded across the state, more snow is on the way for southeast Michigan. The National Weather Service said to expect between 3 and 5 inches of snow, beginning late tonight.

The snow will continue throughout the day Tuesday, meteorologist Dan Thompson said.

Feb 29 08:39

Ice Breaker Which Helped Rescue Turney’s “Ship Of Fools” Gets Jammed In Meters-Thick Summertime Antarctic Sea Ice!

The Antarctic “Aurora Australis” with 68 people on board became stranded in sea ice in the West Arm in Horseshoe Harbour last Wednesday, and rescue efforts were prevented by a snowstorm. According to reports that the ship’s rump has a tear, but its structural integrity is thought not to be at risk.

The problem: Too much ice!

Feb 26 16:05

'Blue Ice' is stacking up near Michigan's Mackinac Bridge

Images of "blue ice" stacking up along the shore near Michigan's iconic Mackinac Bridge are finding lots of fans this week.

Kelly Alvesteffer and her finace, Rob LaLone, were sitting in a restaurant near the Straits of Mackinac over the weekend when they noticed the peculiar hue of the ice out the window.

Feb 25 07:14

Winter weather headed to St. Louis, highest snowfall totals south and east

Our next winter storm arrives tonight bringing heavy rain, wet snow, and gusty winds to the St. Louis region through Wednesday. Rain will spread into our southern counties late Tuesday evening. That rain with then spread northward towards midnight, when it will start to mix with snow over the eastern Ozarks. The transition to all snow really starts to get going by 4am as temperatures fall to at or just above the freezing point, a sloppy, wet snow. It will be snowing just about everywhere by the morning commute and there will be some slick, slush covered roads. Most of the accumulations will be on grass. Snow will exit to the east through the afternoon.

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Feb 25 07:13

Heavy snow falling in Saginaw County; see the photos

A snowstorm expected to dump up to 10 inches on much of the Michigan was bringing heavy snowfall to Saginaw and the surrounding region Wednesday, Feb. 24.

Feb 25 07:13

Heavy snow likely Wednesday afternoon in Lansing

Feb 24 11:20

Here are the snowstorm closings

Feb 24 08:19


Feb 22 11:39

Chicago area included in Wednesday’s major winter storm

Current forecast models continue to develop a major winter storm mid-week with the center of the storm moving out of Texas, then curving northeast into the Ohio Valley passing east of Chicago Wednesday. The storm track is still very tentative, and could change significantly in the next 72 hours, but if current projections prove accurate, the Chicago area could be positioned in the heavy snow band associated with this storm.

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Feb 22 11:39

Strong winter storm forecast for Tuesday night into Wednesday

The strongest winter storm of the season to affect the FOX 2 viewing area is taking shape for late Tuesday night into Wednesday.

This system will bring the potential for heavy rain, heavy snow, and strong potentially damaging wind gusts during the day Wednesday. Confidence in a major storm system affecting our region is high. However, confidence in the finer details of how much snow and where remains low to moderate at this time. So, expect tweaks and changes as we get closer to the event.

Feb 22 11:37

Winter Sets Its Aim at America

A dangerous storm system ripped across some parts of Alaska and brought winds of hurricane force with it. The dangerous storm has driven the extremely cold temperature and lashing snow towards the adjoining 48 states and along with is coming back the painful memories of last year’s record cold winter because of the polar vortex.

Feb 21 11:23

Winter Storm May Bring Heavy Snow to the Midwest

Another winter storm looks likely to bring a fresh blanket of snow to parts of the Rockies, Midwest and Northeast in the upcoming week.

Feb 20 09:33

Leaked gov’t docs show what’s really behind global warming agenda; ‘profound lifestyle changes’

It’s not exactly clear what sorts of “profound lifestyle changes” the EU wants its population to make, but the U.N. has put forward suggestions in several reports on how they want people to lower their environmental footprint.

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"The common enemy of humanity is man. In searching for a new enemy to unite us, we came up with the idea that pollution, the threat of global warming, water shortages, famine and the like would fit the bill. All these dangers are caused by human intervention, and it is only through changed attitudes and behavior that they can be overcome. The real enemy then, is humanity itself." - Club of Rome, premier environmental think-tank, consultants to the United Nations

"We need to get some broad based support, to capture the public's imagination... So we have to offer up scary scenarios, make simplified, dramatic statements and make little mention of any doubts... Each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest." - Prof. Stephen Schneider, Stanford Professor of Climatology, lead author of many IPCC reports

"We've got to ride this global warming issue. Even if the theory of global warming is wrong, we will be doing the right thing in terms of economic and environmental policy." - Timothy Wirth, President of the UN Foundation

"No matter if the science of global warming is all phony... climate change provides the greatest opportunity to bring about justice and equality in the world." - Christine Stewart, former Canadian Minister of the Environment

"The data doesn't matter. We're not basing our recommendations on the data. We're basing them on the climate models." - Prof. Chris Folland, Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research

"The models are convenient fictions that provide something very useful." - Dr David Frame, climate modeler, Oxford University

"I believe it is appropriate to have an 'over-representation' of the facts on how dangerous it is, as a predicate for opening up the audience." - Al Gore, Climate Change activist

Feb 20 09:13

Scalia murdered? Sealed his fate 4 days before his death?

Four days before he died, Supreme Court Justice Scalia voted to stall Obama’s plan to force drastic climate-change rules on the American economy. The vote was 5-4.

With Scalia now gone, the vote would be 4-4.

With a new Obama Supreme Court appointee, if Obama could ram his choice through, the vote would be 5-4 in the President’s favor. Ditto, if the next President shares Obama’s position. And the climate-change agenda would roll ahead.

We’re not talking about small climate-change rules. We’re talking about the Big Ones.

Feb 19 11:25

Sun not CO2 causes climate change

A new, peer-reviewed professional paper shows our sun, not our carbon dioxide, causes climate change. It also shows atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations are an insignificant player, and possibly a non-player, in climate change.

The authors, Willie Soon, Ronan Connolly, and Michael Connolly received no government, corporate, or any outside funding for their work on their paper.

You can read their whole 49-page paper (like I did) if you want all the scientific details. The authors have provided their data files.

Feb 18 15:30

CLIMATE BEX ALERT - Photographer captures heartbreaking image of an Arctic polar bear which 'starved to death as a result of climate change' 

A photographer has captured a heartbreaking image of a dead polar bear which he claims starved to death as a result of climate change.

Sebastian Copeland was trekking in the Canadian Arctic when he came across the animal's emaciated corpse surrounded in molted fur on a patch of rocky ground.

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There is no evidence to indicate what the bear died of. The bear could have become ill, or simply died of old age.

This is just more climate bovine excrement to trick you into a carbon tax.

Feb 18 08:12

Ice Formation over Lake Erie Amid the Polar Vortex and Arctic Blast

Feb 17 15:31

Flights Between New York And London May Get Longer Because Of Climate Change

A recent study by researchers at the University of Reading says flights between New York and London could lengthen because of changes to meteorological conditions in the atmosphere that affect the jet stream.

The study was published this week in the journal Environmental Research Letters and led by Dr. Paul Williams, an atmosphere scientist at the University of Reading. Researchers say that as the atmosphere warms up due to global warming, the jet stream will become 15 percent faster during winter time, reported

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Getting desperate to keep the hoax going!

Feb 17 09:28

Scalia’s death means Obama’s Clean Power Plan is more likely to succeed

For the first time in U.S. history, the Supreme Court stepped in to stay a regulation that was still being reviewed by a lower court.

A further development I didn’t foresee was that, only four days after the issuance of the unprecedented stay, the makeup of the high court would change, abruptly.

And then that happened, too.

The impact of Justice Antonin Scalia’s death will reverberate across the legal landscape, and we can’t yet grasp its full consequences. But one is already clear: The most important environmental initiative of the Obama presidency is now much more likely to succeed.

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"Nobody gets in the way of my Carbon Tax, NOBODY!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Feb 16 17:39

Poll: 79% Suspect “Foul Play” in Death of Antonin Scalia

A poll conducted by the Conservative Outfitters website finds that 79% of its readers suspect “foul play” was involved in the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

Over 40,000 people voted in the poll, with nearly eight out of ten thinking there may be a cover-up.

Feb 16 12:26

Presidents Day snowstorm blankets region, making flying, driving difficult

The Presidents Day holiday is keeping many people off the roads on Monday. But the wet snow that has been falling all day isn't making it easy for those who are driving or flying.

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport is reporting some delays and cancellations but the majority of flights are listed on time. BWI officials are advising travelers to check in with their airlines before heading to the airport.

Feb 16 10:13

Extreme cold freezes 60 percent of lake Erie, most of Niagara Falls

Feb 15 13:54

Get Chilly: Record Low Temperatures Rock the New England Area

Though snow has not been the focus this Valentine’s Day, Boston broke its record for the coldest Feb. 14 with temperatures of minus 9 degrees Fahrenheit at 7:31 a.m., and a windchill of minus 36 degrees, according to The Boston Globe. In some areas of the state, the weather dropped to minus 40 degrees or below.

The National Weather Service released instructions and safety protocols to maintain safety in the cold weather, noting that such temperatures can bring about frostbite within 10 minutes of exposure. It suggests that people dress in multiple light layers, and breathe through scarves when outside.

Similarly, Boston College Emergency Management has posted on its Facebook page to remind students to dress for the weather and the dangers of frostbite and hypothermia. The organization posted infographics educating and warning students about wind chill conditions.

Feb 15 10:40

150,000 penguins die after iceberg smashes into their breeding grounds in Antarctica amid fears entire colony could be wiped out

Some 150,000 penguins have died after a massive iceberg grounded near their colony in Antarctica, forcing them to make a lengthy trek to find food, a study has revealed.

The B09B iceberg, measuring 38.6 square miles, grounded in Commonwealth Bay in East Antarctica in December 2010.

The Adelie penguin population at the bay's Cape Denison was measured to be about 160,000 in February 2011 but by December 2013 it had plunged to an estimated 10,000, they said.

The iceberg's grounding meant the penguins had to walk more than 37 miles to find food, impeding their breeding attempts, the researchers wrote in the Antarctic Science journal.

Feb 15 09:14

Upstate New York mountain reaches minus 114 wind chill at its summit

While New York City had its coldest start to Valentine’s Day in 100 years on Sunday, it would seem balmy compared with the wicked wind chill at upstate Whiteface Mountain.

As temperatures dropped across the Northeast from the blast of a polar vortex, the wind chill at Whiteface, near Lake Placid, made it feel like a body- and mind-numbing minus 114 degrees late Saturday and into Sunday. Central Park could only muster a minus 1 degree.

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Feb 15 08:51

Notes on the Topic of Global Warming

Although it is important to have at least some knowledge of this topic for the IELTS test because it is a commonly used topic, it does not matter what you believe to be true – you can still get a good score in the test no matter what you believe. I have gone into some detail on this topic simply because I personally feel strongly about it.

IELTS students should understand that the English in these three pages of notes is at quite an advanced level. If you don't understand the English very well, use a translation service such as|zh-CN| to help you read these pages. (Google translate does not give a perfect translation but it will help you.)

Be warned: A large number of the IELTS examiners would probably be strong believers in the theory of man-made climate change, some of them believing it with an almost religious passion.