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Feb 06 04:24

World leaders duped by manipulated global warming data…

A high-level whistleblower has told this newspaper that America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) breached its own rules on scientific integrity when it published the sensational but flawed report, aimed at making the maximum possible impact on world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron at the UN climate conference in Paris in 2015.

Feb 05 16:22

And is Global Warming Even the Issue?

So, it's been snowing in the Sahara, but am curiously blocked from finding any free image to post here. Are we being protected from knowing that's happened?

Global Warming has been the ELE, (extinction level event) the be-very-afraid buzzword for years. It's repeated and repeated as eternal verity on radio and television. My own friends and family repeat it.

Is it true?

Do governments lie? Do they misdirect?

A propaganda minister, Goebbels, stated that the bigger the lie, the more it must be repeated, repeated, and with absolute conviction. The terrain of course of sociopaths with other agenda. The lie eventually becomes reality, common knowledge.

Scientists assured of research grants and tenure, etc. may merge with a political agenda, rather than "pure" science. They may in fact be the experts interviewed by media, including NPR the virtuous and CNN.

Feb 05 09:06

California buried under the most snow it has seen in 22 years

After a record-setting January that saw over 20 feet of snowfall at certain parts throughout the state, Californians who have spent much of the past five years dealing with historic drought conditions can rejoice: Per its latest snow survey results, the California Department of Water Resources reports that the state’s snowpack is currently over 170 percent of its average snowpack for this time of year.

Feb 05 09:05

Heavy snows wreak havoc

The three heavy snowfalls back-to-back in the mountains last week created numerous problems for many residents. The snow was wet, heavy and created heavy snow loads on the roofs many cabins. Some of the older cabins were severely stressed under the heavy weight.

When several feet of snow stay on a roof, the load can collapse roofs and buildings. Since this was a wet snow at first before it froze solid and the weight was extreme. Longtime residents knew that as the snow gained in depth, it needed to be removed. Many did go out immediately and use snow rakes to remove the several foot deep snowpack from their roofs to eliminate the potential danger of roof collapse.

The lower mountain elevations received 12 to 48 inches of snow, while the slopes of Big Bear received up to 70 inches of snow. The relocation of the snow can be a major concern as to where to move it to and where to place it where it doesn’t cause additional problems.

Feb 05 08:40

Exposed: How world leaders were duped into investing billions over manipulated global warming data

The Mail on Sunday today reveals astonishing evidence that the organisation that is the world’s leading source of climate data rushed to publish a landmark paper that exaggerated global warming and was timed to influence the historic Paris Agreement on climate change.

A high-level whistleblower has told this newspaper that America’s National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) breached its own rules on scientific integrity when it published the sensational but flawed report, aimed at making the maximum possible impact on world leaders including Barack Obama and David Cameron at the UN climate conference in Paris in 2015.

Feb 03 13:46

U.N. Official Admits Global Warming Agenda Is Really About Destroying Capitalism

A shocking statement was made by a United Nations official Christiana Figueres at a news conference in Brussels.

Figueres admitted that the Global Warming conspiracy set by the U.N.’s Framework Convention on Climate Change, of which she is the executive secretary, has a goal not of environmental activists is not to save the world from ecological calamity, but to destroy capitalism. She said very casually:

“This is the first time in the history of mankind that we are setting ourselves the task of intentionally, within a defined period of time, to change the economic development model that has been reigning for at least 150 years, since the Industrial Revolution.”

She even restated that goal ensuring it was not a mistake:

“This is probably the most difficult task we have ever given ourselves, which is to intentionally transform the economic development model for the first time in human history.”

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Right from the horse's mouth; nuff said?!?!?

Feb 03 11:19

Look: Now it's -5°C and it's snowing in the UAE

A cold snap brought by north-westerly winds saw the mercury drop to -5 degrees Centigrade on Friday, according to weathermen.

Feb 02 08:08

Russian Ice Breakers Stuck in Ice, Yachts over Underwater Volcanoes

Russian Ice Breakers stuck in unexpectedly and unusually thick sea ice, but hey we were told the sea ice is disappearing. Private yacht sails through floating pumice and then after see an underwater volcano where they sailed over. New Zealand Herald, epic article as a case study into "Warm Weather Media Bias"

Feb 01 14:21

Settled Science? A 'Climate Change' Dissident Speaks Out


Dr. Judith Curry is a climatologist and was until recently a full professor at Georgia Tech. But when her scientific research did not comport with conventional wisdom on "climate change," the long knives of her colleagues came out for her. Is the science ever really "settled" on anything?

Feb 01 08:08

Heavy snow causes big issues on the roads in NE Ohio

It was a rough start for drivers in most of Northeast Ohio this morning.

Jan 31 16:45

Upheaval by John Casey, Instantly Frozen Fish & S. Cali Freeze Warnings

John Casey's new book Upheaval is out and connects the anti-correlation of low sunspot activity and high earthquake activity.

Jan 31 09:53

Icy adventure: Nearly 8,000 people trek over FROZEN SOLID Hungary lake

THESE amazing pictures show nearly 8,000 people trekking over a solid lake which completely froze for the first time in a decade.

Jan 31 08:31

Trump set to pull U.S. out of the Paris Agreement within days

While liberals in cahoots with Muslims around the country have been in hysterics over President Donald Trump’s temporary ban on persons from seven countries known to have clear links to Islamic terrorism, it has just been revealed that Trump has yet another bombshell surprise for them and judging by the reactions so far, they’re not going to like this one.

Jan 31 08:29

Snowstorm to drop up to 3 inches in parts of N.J. through morning commute

Snow has begun to fall across South Jersey with up to 3 inches expected before it winds down this afternoon.

Jan 31 08:29

Snowpack causes concerns about possible spring flooding issues

"Pocatello itself, we are on track, if it were to stop snowing now we would end up the 6th snowiest ever," commented Travis Wyatt, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service. "But we are easily on track to be the third snowiest, particularly the areas south of us, they are well above normal."

With all the snow, some people are wondering if that means there will be flooding issues come spring time.

Jan 31 08:28

Storms Filled 37 Percent Of California’s 5-Year Snow-Water Deficit: NASA

The "atmospheric river" weather occurrences that hit California with storms from the end of December to the end of January may have regained 37 percent of the five-year snow water deficit inside the state. The data is provided by the University of Colorado Boulder and employed NASA satellite data.

Jan 31 05:02

Australian Crop Losses Due to Wet and Cold, Temps Drop Scientists Terminated for Speaking Up

Australian crop losses mount from cold and wet conditions across the agricultural belt. Although the BOM head meteorologists had forecast never ending drought. Which has turned out to be the opposite with record floods across the country this year. Additionally new ACORN data sets show Australia has remained the same temperature as 1920.

Jan 30 19:49

Trump's snub for the Green Prince: US President 'will avoid Charles on state visit to the UK because he wants to escape a lecture on climate change'

Donald Trump’s forthcoming State visit to Britain was hit by a diplomatic row last night after it emerged he wants to avoid Prince Charles because of their dispute over global warming.

The President is understood to have made it clear he does not want talks with the Prince at Clarence House, a regular feature of such visits. Trump is said to fear a meeting will encourage environmentalists to stage protests against him.

Jan 30 15:58

Snow may slow down morning commute

"We're looking at about 3 inches for the metro area," said Heather Orow, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in White Lake Township. "It's going to start (Monday) evening and it's going to last through the night, into the morning."

Jan 30 11:42

Elon’s Carbon Con (Elections Have Consequences, Part Deux)

The latest being the Crony Capitalist King’s suck-up to President Trump to impose carbon taxes… which would just happen to hugely benefit . . . Elon Musk. Who already milks the cow (that’s us) via a handsome-sounding rip-off called “carbon credits” – which are just a tax by another name (like Social Security “contributions”) shifted from one place to another but ultimately landing squarely in our laps.

Jan 30 09:27

Stay away from avalanche prone areas, says Lahaul admin

Over a hundred villages in 28 panchayats of Lahaul have been covered in deep snow and witnessing several avalanches in the last two days. All internal roads of Lahaul are blocked and people have to walk on over 100cm thick layer of snow. The valley has no electricity, road connectivity or water and thus cut off from rest of the world.

Jan 30 09:26

Snow removal in Vail: It’s a big job, and it’s only getting bigger

When the flakes keep falling every day, the town’s snow removal crews focus first on simply keeping the roads passable. The fine tuning comes later.

Jan 30 09:26

More snow, wind and warmer temperatures ratchet up the risk of avalanches in area mountains

Experts are warning about continued avalanche risk above 8,000 feet in Southern California mountains after two hikers using crampons and ice axes survived a 3,000-foot avalanche and were rescued by helicopter from Mount Baldy last week.

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Jan 28 09:27

Indian soldiers rescued hours after snow cave-in in Kashmir

Five Indian soldiers were rescued several hours after being trapped in snow that caved in on them as they patrolled Saturday along the highly militarized Line of Control that divides Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

Jan 28 08:36

There's so much snow on Loveland Pass that it buried an avalanche warning sign

If you’ve been reading the news at all over the past few weeks, you might have heard that it’s been snowing in the mountains. A lot.

And how much snow has Loveland Pass gotten? So much snow that it’s burying a sign warning of avalanche danger.

Jan 28 07:17

Storm "Perla" forces road closures across Lebanon

Lebanon’s stormy weather Saturday caused several mountain towns to be blocked, leaving motorists stranded as casualties and material damage were recorded across the country

Jan 27 18:37

2nd Summer Snowfall for New Zealand & Helicopter Downdraft to Dry Soggy Fruit

This is now the second "Rare" summer snowfall in New Zealand. The year has so far been below normal temperatures for several parts of the country, but the last out of season Antarctic low brought a foot of snow in the middle of summer.

Jan 27 12:28

Psychological 'vaccine' could help immunize public against 'fake news' on climate change, study suggests

New research finds that misinformation on climate change can psychologically cancel out the influence of accurate statements. However, if legitimate facts are delivered with an "inoculation" -- a warning dose of misinformation -- some of the positive influence is preserved.

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"It doesn't matter what is true, it only matters what people believe is true." - Paul Watson, co-founder of Greenpeace

Jan 27 10:01

San Diego, Calif. Water Authority Declares 'Drought Is Over' In SD County

The San Diego County Water Authority confirmed Thursday that drought conditions no longer exist within the county. NBC 7's Steven Luke has more on what that means going forward. "It's hard to take, right? I mean we've been used to drought conditions for so long," the anchor woefully says. LOL. It almost sounds as if the guy is disappointed. Weird.

Jan 27 09:38

Polar vortex brings rare multi-coloured clouds to Britain

The multi-coloured clouds are sometimes known as ‘mother-of-pearl’ or nacreous clouds because of their shimmering pastel hues which resemble the inner surface of sea shells.

Usually the clouds only form over the poles during winter because the air in the upper stratosphere needs to be at least -78C.

Jan 27 09:27

Japan has been Buried in Snow, complete shut down over 9 ft in some areas

Japan blanketed by sea effect snow so intense that it is creating wind vorticies off the islands in the East China Sea. Tottori Prefecture received a full years worth of snow in one day. Highways cut, millions of people stranded, power outages and in Hokkaido ski resorts closed due to too much snow.

Jan 27 09:13

The Californian ski resort with so much snow it'll stay open until July 4: Mammoth has received a record-breaking 20.5 feet of the white stuff this January

The snow just keeps on falling in California - and now Mammoth ski resort has announced that it’s had so much that it’ll be able to stay open until July 4.

More snow has fallen there this January than in any other month in its recorded history – 20.5 feet – which breaks the previous record by three feet.

And the month isn’t even over yet.

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Jan 26 16:03

Frigid weather and heavy snowfall in Afghanistan kills 27 children

At least 27 children have lost their lives due to freezing temperatures in northern Afghanistan, officials say.

Jan 26 15:21

BEX ALERT - Doomsday Clock ticks closer to apocalypse and 1 person is to blame

The Bulletin pointed to President Donald Trump's careless rhetoric on nuclear weapons and other issues as well as his troubling stance on climate change.

“Current political situation in the U.S. is of particular concern,” Titley of the Bulletin Science and Security Board said. “The Trump administration needs to state clearly, unequivocally it accepts climate change caused by human activity…There are no alternative facts here.”

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The clock is supposed to represent the threat of nuclear war, not a thermometer!

Jan 26 10:05

Oil Price Meltdown – Is Trump Setting The Oil Markets Up For Another Bust?

President Donald Trump signed several executive orders this week intended to juice the American energy sector, calling for expedited environmental reviews and the advancement of the Keystone XL and Dakota Access Pipelines. He also is trying to erase any sign of climate change by scrubbing government websites of climate data and even any mention of the phrase. No doubt more directives will be forthcoming in the next few days, not to mention the regulatory actions his agencies – EPA and Interior chief among them – will take to remove all restrictions on oil and gas drilling once his nominees get into place.

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Part of the global warming hoax was a plan to crush the prices of oil and coal stocks so they could be purchased cheaply, but Trump has spoiled that part of their plan.

Jan 26 10:00

Sioux City set daily snow record Tuesday

Sioux City experienced record-breaking snowfall Tuesday, according to the National Weather in Sioux Falls.

Jan 26 10:00

Cleaning up the snow

“It really started snowing heavy at about 6:30 or 7 and it was hard to see last night,” Iowa DOT snowplow driver Mark Nel said.

Nel was out on the Avenue of the Saints Tuesday night until 11:30 digging into the heavy snow that was falling fast. He says this morning they were finally able to see some progress.

Jan 26 09:59

MnDOT is preparing for the snow

Often times the worst part about a snow storm are the roads covered in snow and that’s why folks at the Minnesota Department of Transportation are working extra hard to make sure the public is safe.

Jan 26 09:59

Look At All The Snow

Tuesday’s storm obliterated a nearly 70-year-old record for snowfall total — and the digging-out process may continue for a day or two.

Jan 26 07:49

Snow and ice alerts as France 'on brink of forced power cuts'

Thursday comes with weather alerts for southern France, as grid operator NTE reveals that the cold has pushed circumstances dangerously close to forced power cuts.

Jan 26 01:19

Motor traffic suspended due to snowstorm in 25 districts in Siberia’s Altai Territory

All motor traffic has been suspended in 25 districts in Siberia’s Altai Territory due to a heavy snowstorm, a spokesman for the local emergencies administration said on Thursday. According to the spokesman, twenty-five mobile warming centers were arranged on motor roads in the region. Rescuers are helping people trapped in snow. Thus, three passenger buses and about 30 cars with 163 people, including four children, got stuck. These people are being evacuated to the nearest warming centers.

Jan 25 16:29

Seafloor Volcano Pulses May Alter Climate

Vast ranges of volcanoes hidden under the oceans are presumed by scientists to be the gentle giants of the planet, oozing lava at slow, steady rates along mid-ocean ridges. But a new study shows that they flare up on strikingly regular cycles, ranging from two weeks to 100,000 years—and, that they erupt almost exclusively during the first six months of each year. The pulses—apparently tied to short- and long-term changes in earth’s orbit, and to sea levels--may help trigger natural climate swings.

Jan 25 13:21

Heavy Snowfall Destroys Buildings in the American West

Snowstorms throughout the Rocky Mountain states as well as Alaska have destroyed hundreds of the region’s weaker buildings and led to at least one death.

Jan 25 11:00

Defining a true 'pre-industrial' climate period

Scientists are seeking to define a new baseline from which to measure global temperatures - a time when fossil-fuel burning had yet to change the climate.

At the moment, researchers tend to use the period 1850-1900, and this will often be described as "pre-industrial".

But the reality is that this date range came after industry really got going.

Jan 25 10:03

It's snowing in Mt. Laguna!

SAN DIEGO — Strong gusty winds and snow showers are expected through this evening.

Jan 25 10:02

City already over snow removal budget for the year

With one of the biggest snowfalls in years, plows are working overtime to get the streets cleared.

KPVI News that Works for You reporter Deanne Coffin has been working to find out how much it’s been costing.

The City of Pocatello Street Operations is working longer and harder to plow through the snow covered streets, but even with all the extra work, some say the snow is coming down faster than the city can keep up.

Jan 25 10:02

Mesa Verde Shuts Down Due To Snow

Mesa Verde National Park says they are closed Tuesday due to the snow.

The park was also closed on Saturday because of the conditions.

“Although the snow plows did a fantastic job clearing the road after the weekend storm, another one came in last night and is still snowing hard in many areas of the park,” they posted on their Facebook page Tuesday.

Jan 25 10:01

Seward declares emergency amid forecast of more rain and snow for Southcentral Alaska

A light snowfall totaling about an inch and a half fell on Anchorage on Monday as residents dug themselves out of the weekend's foot-deep accumulation of the white stuff. The heavy snowfall also left other Southcentral Alaska communities like Seward and Moose Pass with more than 30 inches of snow.

Jan 25 10:01

New Zealand ‘weather bomb’ brings snow during height of summer

A powerful “weather bomb” has hit New Zealand, cutting off rural towns, flooding major roads and dumping snow on to bare alpine ski fields at what should be the height of the southern hemisphere summer.

Jan 24 16:41

AL GORE’S LATEST CLIMATE-CHANGE LIE

Jan 24 15:42

Falling Sea Level

Sea level has been falling on the Atlantic seaboard for the past six years.

Our top scientists say that Manhattan will be underwater no later than 2018, but this appears unlikely.

Jan 24 10:31

Reno snow plow drivers out in full force to clear the roads

Keith Messina has been plowing roads for the past 18 years, so he has seen his fair share of snow storms and somehow he finds the positive side of it.

"It’s actually pretty calm. It can get pretty hairy at times, but it's peaceful at night. Even when it's snowing, it's very peaceful," said Keith Messina, Reno snow plow driver.

He and his colleagues will be working 12-hour shifts to keep the roads in Reno cleared.

Jan 24 10:30

New Zealand hit by 'weather bomb' bringing summer snow and flooding

Severe low caused heavy rain and gales and resulted in large dumps of snow in the middle of the southern summer

Jan 24 10:30

Constant snow for Japan

The current weather pattern over the Sea of Japan is bringing windy, cold and snowy weather to much of the country.

Jan 24 10:30

Oh, No, It’s Snowing! What’s Poor Portland to Do?

When it comes to frozen precipitation, Oregon’s biggest city has a special way of responding to being unprepared; depressed yoga goats

Jan 23 15:25

Atmospheric Compression Snow and Rain Events Rip Across the Planet

Strange atmospheric anomalies continue unabated in both northern and southern hemispheres.

Jan 21 19:04

Walking in a ... summer wonderland?

Incredible pictures of 30cm of snowfall at Cardrona Alpine Resort, NZ, could be a summer snow record.

A picture of a snowed-under park bench shared on their Facebook page from earlier this morning shows at least 20cm of snow when it was taken at 8am this morning.

The mountain has incredibly been closed for biking, carting and tubing due to the snow.

Cardrona marketing co-ordinator Matt McIvor said he had never seen snow conditions like this in January.

"This is just a freakish dump," McIvor said. "It's the middle of summer and it feels like the middle of winter.

Jan 21 09:59

First snow in more than a century in Torrevieja, Spain

The Spanish Costa Blanca is white with snow in a rare weather event in the Mediterranean.

Jan 21 09:59

Yes, it's snowing in the middle of summer

It's summer but that hasn't stopped snow from falling across North Island mountain ranges.

Whakapapa ski field was this morning blanketed in a fresh coating of snow and even the Tararua Ranges behind Levin were white after an overnight dusting.

Jan 21 09:58

Another storm coming, mountains get more snow

A winter storm warning remains in place through noon, Saturday in the mountains of Yavapai County.

Another storm system is expected to dump heavy snow Friday night and Saturday morning.

Jan 21 08:46

A metre of snow falls in the Sahara desert

The most snow to fall in living memory is currently coating the desert sands of the Sahara.

A month after the largest hot desert on the planet experienced the first snowfall in nearly 40 years, the white powder has returned, and in greater volume.

Jan 21 08:22

All References to ‘Climate Change’ Deleted From White House Website at Noon Today

'At 11:59 am eastern, the official White House website had a lengthy information page about the threat of climate change and the steps the federal government had taken to fight it. At noon, at the instant Donald Trump took office, the page was gone, as well as any mention of climate change or global warming.'

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Jan 21 06:35

Sundance Braces for Snow and Chilly Weather on Opening Weekend

Below-freezing temperatures arrive with opening night film 'An Inconvenient Sequel' and could mar the planned Women's March on Main.
Park City is bracing for a slew of snow at Sundance Film Festival.

The festival locale sank to below-freezing temperatures ahead of Thursday's opening-night film An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Al Gore's climate-change follow-up to 2006's An Inconvenient Truth.

Sporadic snowfall is expected throughout the duration of the fest, while temperatures may dip as low as 11 degrees Fahrenheit during the Utah event's first few days, according to the National Weather Service.

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I cannot tell you how deliciously ironic this is!! :-)

Jan 20 14:59

On Global Warming, Follow the Money: U. S. Spent $165 Billion on climate change

Analysis: Between '1993 to FY 2013 total US expenditures on climate change amount to more than $165 Billion. More than $35 Billion is identified as climate science.'

Jan 20 14:32

Trump begins with call to kill climate action plan

As President Trump delivered his inaugural address Friday, his staff posted a variety of proposals ranging from an "American First Foreign Policy" to killing President Obama's climate action plan — plans largely echoing his campaign website.

"For too long, we’ve been held back by burdensome regulations on our energy industry. President Trump is committed to eliminating harmful and unnecessary policies such as the Climate Action Plan and the Waters of the U.S. rule," reads the top issue brief on the new president's White House website. "New executive actions are expected later Friday as the nation's 45th president begins his administration."

Jan 20 12:26

Nobel Laureate in Physics; "Global Warming is Pseudoscience"

Jan 20 09:34

Americans Panic Buy Food, Empty Wal-Mart Shelves for Winter Weather

As a wave of extremely cold temperatures and isolated winter storms hits the South and Southeastern parts of the United States, Americans are once again proving their tendency to panic buy food and basic provisions in the event of even the most predictable and short-term emergencies.

Jan 20 08:45

Heavy Snow hits Inconvenient Sequel premiere

The festival locale sank to below-freezing temperatures ahead of Thursday's opening-night film An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, Al Gore's climate-change follow-up to 2006's An Inconvenient Truth.

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Jan 20 08:17

SNOW in the SAHARA: World's hottest desert covered in metre thick BLANKET of white

THE red sand of the Sahara has turned white after snow fell on the desert for the second time in a matter of weeks.

The cold snap gripping most of Europe has spread south to the 9.4million square kilometre African desert.

A blanket of freezing snow has settled on the dunes up to a metre thick in some places.

Astonishing photos that emerged today from the town of Ain Safra, known as the ‘gateway to the desert’, show scenes reminiscent of a mountain range.

It comes just weeks after snow hit the Sahara for the first time in 37 years.

Jan 20 08:05

Weather Channel Founder: Gore’s ‘Inconvenient Sequel’ Another ‘Scientific Monstrosity’

The founder of the Weather Channel has predicted that Al Gore’s An Inconvenient Sequel will be another ‘scientific monstrosity’ on a par with his first global warming docu-drama An Inconvenient Truth.

“Thousands of scientists have debunked the horrid science fiction in his first film, An Inconvenient Truth. Gore keeps making billions and mis-educating millions and the media keeps spreading wild science-fiction claims on a daily basis,” said John Coleman, who founded the Weather Channel in 1980.

The film premiered Thursday at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah, but is not scheduled for public release until next summer, when the weather is warmer and global warming will seem more plausible.

Jan 20 07:38

Load of bollocks: 2016 allegedly ‘hottest year’ by immeasurable 1/100 of a degree – While satellites show ‘pause’ continues

Two satellite datasets agree: The Temperature Pause lives on: ‘No warming for the last 18 years’

MIT climate scientist Dr. Richard Lindzen on 2016 being called the ‘hottest year’: ‘The hysteria over this issue is truly bizarre’ – Warns of return ‘back to the dark ages’

Dr. David Whitehouse noted the 'temperature pause never went away': 'According to NOAA 2016 was 0.07°F warmer than 2015, which is 0.04°C. Considering the error in the annual temperature is +/- 0.1°C this makes 2016 statistically indistinguishable from 2015, making any claim of a record using NOAA data specious.'

Dr. Lindzen also ridiculed previous ‘hottest year’ claims. “The uncertainty here is tenths of a degree. When someone points to this and says this is the warmest temperature on record, what are they talking about? It’s just nonsense. This is a very tiny change period,” Lindzen said. “If you can adjust temperatures to 2/10ths of a degree, it means it wasn’t certain to 2/10ths of a degree.”

Jan 19 13:35

Snowfall forces Bajhang locals to take perilous journeys

"It is fun to drive along the roads during summer. But the story is totally different during winter, especially when it snows," said journalist Lalit Singh, who just travelled along the highway recently.

Jan 19 13:34

The Energizer Winter: It Just Keeps Snowing and Snowing

There simply isn’t any way law enforcement and rescue teams can keep up with the tally. Driving to work today I also realized overtime budgets for emergency response and road clearing is skyrocketing. The state this week approved emergency funds for filling potholes on the Interstate near Nampa. This is going to be a costly winter but profitable for the people cleaning up and fixing damaged fenders.

Jan 19 11:48

Why NYT Hid the Numbers for the ‘Hottest Year on Record’

I just got done combing through a New York Times report titled, “Earth Sets a Temperature Record for the Third Straight Year.” The number of relevant numbers in this article is: zero.

We are not told what the average global temperature was, how much higher this is than last year’s record or any previous records, or what the margin of error is supposed to be on those measurements. Instead, we get stuff like this.

Jan 19 11:10

Italy hit by four powerful earthquakes in four hours, bringing terror to region trying to recover from last year's deadly tremors

The four quakes, which came in quick succession, caused buildings to collapse but miraculously resulted in no deaths or injuries.

They affected already badly-damaged towns and villages in the regions of Abruzzo, Lazio and Marche, where around 300 people lost their lives last August.

The area is blanketed in heavy snow after unusually severe winter weather over the last week. Snowstorms made the job of emergency services even harder than usual, with vehicles struggling to reach remote areas to check on mountain villages and outlying farms.

Jan 19 10:23

Dozens Feared Dead After Massive Avalanche Hit Italian Hotel - Reports

Up to 30 people are feared to be dead after a massive avalanche hit an Italian hotel in the eastern region of Italy, according to local media reports citing rescue workers.

Jan 19 10:01

Gaza reels from electricity crisis

Hundreds of residents of the Jabaliya refugee camp braved plunging temperatures in Gaza last Thursday to take to the streets and protest against the coastal strip’s worsening electricity crisis.

Among them were Muhammad Shamali, 19, who said the situation was fast becoming untenable in the cold winter conditions.

“The situation is getting unbearable. We have electricity for only three hours a day in this freezing season,” the university student told The Electronic Intifada. “We are used to having the electricity off, but not for this long.”

Jan 19 09:07

Austria experiencing coldest January in 11 years

Austria is currently experiencing its coldest January in 11 years, according to meteorologists, with temperatures as low as -20C in parts of the country this week.

Jan 19 09:02

Flash Frozen Fox, Ice Clogs Hydro Dam & Vegetable Shortages Across Europe

Fox Flash freezes in Danube River, ice clogs hydro electric dam in Canada, Bangladesh cold wave, and cyclonic winds and blizzards wipe out Europe's vegetable crops. Exodus of villagers in Pakistani villages.

Jan 18 14:20

2016 hottest year ever recorded – and scientists say human activity to blame

Gavin Schmidt, director of Nasa’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, said: “El Niño was a factor this year, but both 2015 and 2016 would have been records even without it.” He said about 90% of the warming signal in 2016 was due to rising greenhouse gas emissions.

Jan 18 13:33

Scott Adams: Could a Climate Science Expert Change Your Opinion?

It seems to me that the big problem with the climate change debate is that no one would recognize a good argument if they saw one. We only think we have the ability to recognize a good argument. What actually happens is that cognitive dissonance and confirmation bias generally keep a wall between us and reality. We live in our own little movies in our heads while being sure everyone else is watching the same movie. They aren’t.

Here’s a thought experiment:

Jan 18 11:49

FLASHBACK - Soros Paid Al Gore MILLIONS To Push ‘Aggressive US Action’ On Global Warming

Liberal billionaire George Soros gave former Vice President Al Gore’s environmental group millions of dollars over three years to create a “political space for aggressive U.S. action” on global warming, according to leaked documents.

A document published by DC Leaks shows Soros, a Hungarian-born liberal financier, wanted his nonprofit Open Society Institute (OSI) to do more to support global warming policies in the U.S. That included budgeting $10 million in annual support to Gore’s climate group over three years.

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The demonization of oil and coal was intended to crush their stock prices, so that Soros could buy them up cheap. Then when the global warming fraud was openly admitted as such, those stocks would soar and Soros would be even richer (and more of a troublemaker) than he was before the scam.

Jan 18 09:36

Snow in SPAIN: Heaviest snowfall for 35 YEARS hits beaches and coastal resorts

Beaches at numerous coastal resorts have been wiped out by freak snow storms and roads cut off as unusual driving conditions caused chaos.

Schools on the Costa Blanca were closed this morning because of the heavy snow overnight and even Mallorca woke up to a blanket of snow.

Jan 17 17:58

Baltic Freezes, Venice Freezes & DNC wants to prosecute those talking about a Mini Ice Age

How quickly six months passed when DNC and environmental groups called for prosecution of all those that din not believe that CO2 was a settled science.

Jan 17 17:25

Vatterott fires president after he says he offered homeless student shelter in library from sub-zero temperatures

LIBERTY, Mo. -- He was only trying to be kind to a homeless man.

That, according to the former campus president of a Kansas City trade school, is what led to him being fired, while offering a homeless man shelter from cold weather.

Brian Carroll, campus president at Vatterott College in Kansas City for five years, says one of his students had no place to go. On Friday, January 6th, he allowed a student, who is homeless and schizophrenic, to sleep overnight in the school's library. The school fired him on Monday, January 9th, the next business day.
The recorded overnight temperatures outside Vatterott College on January 6th hit four degrees below zero. Carroll says that student had been sleeping in a wooded area near the school, but temperatures were too harsh that night, and the student had nowhere to seek warmth.

Jan 17 12:58

Snowfall hits life; Highway shut; Air traffic disrupted

Normal life in Kashmir was hit on Tuesday because of moderate to heavy snowfall across the valley while the Srinagar-Jammu highway continues to remain shut for second day. Air traffic was also disrupted even as weatherman predicted more rains and snowfall in the next 24 hours.

Meteorological department officials said here that fresh snowfall was recorded across Kashmir with higher reaches experiencing heavy snowfall.

Jan 17 12:57

Not just North India, it is snowing in Sikkim too!

Snowfall arrived late in Sikkim but tourists are no less thrilled about it.

Jan 16 16:32

NASA New Discovery Proves Carbon Dioxide Cools Atmosphere

A recent NASA report throws the space agency into conflict with its climatologists after new NASA measurements prove that carbon dioxide acts as a coolant in Earth's atmosphere.

NASA's Langley Research Center has collated data proving that “greenhouse gases” actually block up to 95 percent of harmful solar rays from reaching our planet, thus reducing the heating impact of the sun.

The data was collected by Sounding of the Atmosphere using Broadband Emission Radiometry, (or SABER).

SABER monitors infrared emissions from Earth’s upper atmosphere, in particular from carbon dioxide (CO2) and nitric oxide (NO), two substances thought to be playing a key role in the energy balance of air above our planet’s surface.

Jan 16 08:23

Child refugees in Serbia risk freezing to death as temperatures plunge to -16C

Hundreds of child refugees in Serbia risk freezing to death as temperatures plunge to as low as minus -16C, Save the Children has warned.

Many of the refugees, some of whom are as young as eight or nine, have no gloves or proper shoes, according to the charity. It said several refugees have already come down with frostbite.

Jan 16 08:21

Gym roof collapses in middle of game

In a Facebook post, the governor in Ceská Trebová, the city where the incident occurred, pointed to bad construction and snow accumulation the roof as the cause of the structural failure.

Jan 16 07:58

Mathematical proof that man-made climate change is a total hoax

The notion being pushed by Left-wing control freaks in global government that our planet is warming at an alarming, unstoppable rate, is completely bogus, and it always has been. Monckton and his team have demonstrated it mathematically, and no matter how many more times alarmist hoaxer Al Gore claims all of the ice caps are going to disappear “soon,” it just isn’t true. (But the sheeple will believe almost anything. Follow more sheeple news at Sheeple.news)

Jan 16 07:55

Closed for winter: Ethereal photos capture famous landmarks around the world after the snow has driven tourists away

As winter sprinkles its white dust over large swathes of the world, locals hunker down while tourists tend to flee in search of warmer regions.

For some popular landmarks, this means a welcome break from the heaving crowds.
Not many would think to explore Rome's ancient Colosseum during the bleak midwinter, for example, but you could say it looks even more magical sitting quietly under a dusting of snow.

When it comes to nature spots - take California's Yosemite, or New Zealand's Tongariro National Park - many are more famed as summer hiking spots, but boast views in winter which are well worth wrapping up for.

And if you've always wanted to wander along the Great Wall of China, but are put off by the steady influx of other tourists, perhaps consider making the trip when the cold weather hits.

Here, MailOnline Travel has compiled a selection of travel destinations which take on a different sort of attraction when the snow has driven the masses away.

Jan 15 09:40

More snow could fall on parts of Greater Manchester tonight

Hold onto your hat... there’s more snow on the way on Friday night.

The Met Office say there will be wintry showers during the evening, followed by heavy snow which is due to set in at about 11pm.

Jan 14 10:36

Refugees freezing to death in Europe as harsh winter sets in

Extreme weather conditions in Europe are starting to take their toll on refugees who are still staying outside of migrant camps, with many of them becoming more vulnerable to sickness and some freezing to death.

Jan 14 10:34

The West has been hammered by snow. Check out this satellite imagery.

From Washington to California's Sierras to Colorado, the snow has been dumping, forcing some ski resorts to close. “I hope it stops snowing,” said one snow bum. “I can’t believe I said that.”

Jan 14 10:33

Snowed-in Portland shivers for 3rd day as schools close, train skids off track

Bone-chilling temperatures, snow and ice greeted Portland commuters Friday and a derailment near the Rose Quarter caused delays for those who travel by light rail.

The temperature dropped into the teens in Portland overnight and fell below that in some snow-encrusted suburbs. Portland International Airport recorded an overnight low temperature of 11 degrees, and the official low temperature in Vancouver, Wash., was 10 degrees.

Jan 13 18:13

What may be 'worst ice storm in 10 years' begins in central U.S.

What could be the worst ice storm in 10 years began Friday in the central U.S., as forecasters warned it will unload freezing rain on a 1,000-mile swath from the central Plains to the mid-Atlantic over the weekend.

The storm is expected to cause downed trees, extensive power outages and make driving dangerous or impossible as roads turn into sheets of ice.

Ice was already accumulating by midday Friday from Oklahoma to Indiana, the Weather Channel said, with downed trees and up to 4,000 power outages reported in Springfield, Mo.

Jan 13 14:14

Europe’s Cold Snap Kills 73

The recent cold snap has now been blamed for at least 73 deaths, and seen the lowest temperatures for decades in some parts, National Herald reported. Poland, the country hit hardest by the deep freeze, reported two more deaths as havoc spread to many countries across the region. Greece’s navy sent a ship to the island of Lesbos to house some 500 refugees and migrants. A medical association on the island said conditions at the main camp there were “inhuman,” with migrants in tents exposed to freezing temperatures. Rights group Amnesty International urged the European Union and the Greek government to move migrants from the Greek islands to the mainland and launched an online petition. Swaths of Northern and eastern Bulgaria were paralyzed by snowdrifts that blocked roads and left 117 towns and villages without electricity. The main highway linking the capital Sofia with the Black Sea port of Burgas was closed.

Jan 13 13:24

Northern Minnesota water tower freezes, disrupts service

Residents of Kennedy in Kittson County experienced a brief water outage around midnight Friday, Jan. 13, due to a freeze-up in their water tower.

Kennedy Mayor Todd Truedson said the town has been able to pull water from the North Kittson Rural Water system to make up for the gap in service from the offline tower. Workers from the rural water system and the city's maintenance crew were inspecting the tower before noon Friday to determine the extent of the freeze.

Jan 12 08:29

European Rivers and Bays Freeze, Istanbul Paralyzed & Record Snow Greece AGAIN

With record cold still covering Eastern Europe, parts of the Mediterranean and Turkey, rivers and waterways across the region have begun to freeze.

Jan 12 08:25

Ask the Expert: How can I prevent my water pipes from freezing during the winter?

How can I prevent my water pipes from freezing during the winter?

Most homeowners know whether their home can survive the harsh temperatures of winter, and have either successfully endured a cold spell without damage, or have experienced the catastrophe that frozen piping brings.

However, when you purchase a new home and go through your first winter, or renovate your home or water piping, it is important that you are on high alert when the temperatures dip down below freezing. You may not know you have a problem until it's too late.

Jan 12 08:23

Freezing cold in north, Narnaul [India] records minus 0.5 degree Celsius

The northern plains were on Thursday in the grip of a piercing cold wave with the minimum temperature in many places in Punjab and Haryana dipping below the freezing point. Narnaul in Haryana was shivering at minus 0.5 degree Celsius while Amritsar and Adampur in Punjab experience bone chilling cold conditions at 0.8 degree Celsius and minus 0.1 degrees Celsius respectively.

Jan 12 08:21

Refugees 'refuse' to stay in hotel because of fear of being DEPORTED

REFUGEES at a frozen camp in Greece are refusing to leave their tents for fear of being deported despite being offered emergency hotel accommodation to escape the cold.

Jan 12 08:20

Refugees freezing to death across Europe after 'continued failure' on crisis leaves thousands at risk

Humanitarian organisations have condemned European governments for leaving refugees to “freeze to death” as the continent is gripped by a deadly cold snap.

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Ironically this is the same newspaper that back in 2000 declared snowfalls a thing of the past!

Jan 12 06:55

Refugees Are Dying In Greece’s Rare Snowfall

Humanitarian organizations unprepared for extreme cold weather blame Europe's "inhumane" refugee policy for the deaths

Jan 11 15:30

Tillerson Called Out for 'Lying About Climate' During Confirmation Hearing

'Listening to his hearing, it would be easier to conclude Tillerson is under criminal investigation than under consideration for secretary of state'

Jan 11 13:47

Snow in Hawaii on the tops of the volcanoes.

Jan 11 13:46

Wyoming Closures / Advisories / Restrictions

Jan 11 13:40

Europe freeze death toll rises to 65

The death toll from the cold snap hitting parts of Europe rose to at least 65 on Wednesday as Bulgarian authorities reported seven fatalities.

Jan 11 13:38

Portlanders lose the snark and tweet about 'real snow'

In case you just woke up and live in a basement with no windows, a) that's not up to code and you should find a safer place to live and b) it's snowing. Not just a little snowing. Not "oh Portland get over it" snowing. It's like, for real snowing.

Even people from the Midwest (source: a Yooper) say this counts as snow. School is closed again. And this time, you might get to sled on a hill that isn't half mud and wet grass.

Even Twitter, usually a hotbed of weather related snark, has accepted that this snow is real snow.

Jan 11 13:37

Breaking News: won't fucking stop snowing in the wasatch.

It's 3:30 in the PM here in Park City and the snow hasn't let up for a moment since 8:00 in the AM. I imagine just across the divide, in the BCC, they're getting absolutely pummeled. Lord of mercy its gettin' gud out there. It's like watching James Brown mash potato. Get on the mountain tomorrow folks and get a piece of the promised land. There is quite a bit of wind on the ridgelines and peaks so hold on to your butts.

Jan 11 10:11

Colorado ski resorts close — too much snow

Too much snow has actually made skiing and traveling conditions too dangerous.

Due to perilous avalanche concerns, Arapahoe Basin announced they closed all skier services Tuesday at 1 p.m.

Meanwhile, Monarch Mountain announced its closure early Tuesday, and Crested Butte ski area was closed Monday.

Jan 10 13:00

Snow Across Southern Mediterranean Beaches, Venice Canals Freeze... Mini Ice Age/Polar Vortex Breaking Down

With record cold and sea effect snows continuing across eastern Europe and the Southern Mediterranean, beaches are blanketed with half a foot of snow, 6+ feet in mountain areas, Venice canals frozen, Turkey all time recorded snow depths and media tells us to remember that last summer was really hot.

Jan 10 09:39

BEX ALERT - No 'Pause' in Global Warming: Oceans Heating Up and Sea Levels Rising at Alarming Pace

In the summer of 2015, scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration published a scientific paper correcting previous data on ocean temperatures since 1998, suggesting that sea temperatures were almost double the temperatures of previous NOAA findings. Now, the updated research caused an uproar from climate change deniers, who had actively publicized the previous finding as a global warming pause, or climate change hiatus.

The House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, lead by Texas Republican Lamar Smith, filed a subpoena for the NOAA scientist's emails, accusing them of altering data for political ends. Now a new independently produced study confirms that the planet and the sea surfaces is indeed warming, consistent with the controversial NOAA study, and that a pause in global warming did not occur.

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Jan 10 09:25

Liberal MP Hehr “proud” to pay more for gas

Sheila Gunn Reid reports: With record high unemployment in Alberta, Calgary’s Liberal MP Kent Hehr showed how out of touch he was by boasting how good it felt to pay more for gas after Notley's carbon tax hit Albertans.

Jan 10 08:27

Climate Change Will Kill Off The Polar Bears, Feds Warn

There are about 26,000 polar bears estimated worldwide. Rising global temperatures are the biggest threat to the polar bear populations and to the Arctic sea ice on which the mammals depend, the agency said.

“The future for polar bears is pretty bleak,” Michael Runge, a research ecologist with the US Geological Survey and co-chair of the polar bear recovery team, told BuzzFeed News.

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Again with the polar bears! The Carbonazis were screaming about polar bears back in the 1990s, claiming they were on the edge of extinction. But polar bear population is rapidly increasing.

Jan 09 17:06

Europe Freezes: Snow on Greek & Italian Beaches, S.E. USA Snow Covered

Europe engulfed in blizzards and record breaking snows down to the beaches of southern Italy and Greece. Coldest Orthodox Christian Christmas Eve in 120 years, Bosporus Straight closed due to sea ice and high winds, Istanbul slammed with 2+ feet of snow. Eastern Europe's roads impassable and the Danube River freezes over.

Jan 09 16:34

MORE GLOBAL WARMING : SNOW AND ICE 49 STATES…

Snow and ice covered the ground in 49 of 50 states this weekend in the wake of Winter Storm Helena.

Jan 09 16:02

Woman Died from the Cold was an Army Veteran

Milwaukee County Medical Examiner released more information on the woman that died from extremely cold home.

According to the medical examiner’s report, the woman had not paid her rent in three months and her sister had not been in contact for three months.

The woman was found on January 5.

She had served in the army for six years.

Jan 09 12:49

Timelapse: 28 inches of snow in 4 hours with aerials. (Whole video)

Jan 09 09:32

Ten freeze to death as Europe gripped by polar weather

In Italy, eight people died from the polar blast.

One of those was a man in the basement of an unused building in Milan, while another was found on the street in Florence.

Lumps of ice have also formed in the Adriatic Sea, trapping fishing boats in harbours in Croatia, while there was an Arctic-looking scene in Budapest as large chunks flowed down the Danube.

Beaches in Greece were also covered by snow, including two meters on the island of Evia and heavy falls on Chios and Lesbos - home to thousands of refugees, some of whom are living in tents.

Jan 09 08:48

Weather update: Expect icy roads Monday

Expect another bitterly cold night Sunday, but without the wind chills. Temperatures will fall into the single digits across the mountains overnight.

Jan 09 08:47

Ten freeze to death as Europe gripped by polar weather

A freezing airmass causes disruption and deaths across the continent - with the UK days away from its own temperature drop.

Jan 09 07:18

49 states have snow cover on January 8th

The average temperature in the US is 11 degrees.
So much for global warming.

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