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Jan 31 10:19

Brace Yourselves: DANGEROUSLY Cold Weather is Coming

If you live in the Midwest, you surely already know that dangerously cold weather is heading your way. Some parts of the region are experiencing heavy snowfall and powerful winds, and the worst is yet to come.

Here’s what has already happened.
Officials have already canceled nearly 1,600 flights so far, most at Chicago’s airports. Hundreds of schools have been closed. In Michigan, non-essential government offices, including the Capitol, are closed.

Winter Storm Jayden has already pummeled parts of the Plains and Midwest with snow and wind and is now heading for parts of the South and the East.

In Wisconsin and Minnesota, snowplow drivers are having trouble keeping up. Those states are expecting up to 14 inches of snow in some areas.

Jan 30 17:12

Near-Record Cold Expected Across the Northland Thursday Morning

When talking about extreme cold, it's natural to recall previous severe cold snaps, such as that of 2014 and 1996. As temperatures continue to drop toward record lows tonight, 2019 could become the next winter we use to define "extreme cold".

“This late January 2019 cold snap is gonna go in the record books,” National Weather Service meteorologist Joe Moore said, "some areas of Northern Minnesota are going to be as cold as they were back in the 1996 cold snap."

That 1996 cold snap is what was responsible for all-time record cold in the Northland. The air temperautre in Tower, MN, was recorded to be -60 on February 2, 1996, which is the coldest temperature ever recorded in the state of Minnesota. Just two days later on Febraury 4, the coldest Wisconsin temperature was recorded to be -55 in Couderay.

"Even though in a few locations we might not break the records, we're still going to be some of the coldest all-time lows," Moore said.

Jan 30 17:02

Polar Vortex of Stupidity

A few years ago, the Washington Post said global warming would cause cherry trees to start blooming in January.

That didn’t work out for them, so now they are blaming the record cold on global warming.

If the Polar Vortex is caused by global warming, why does it mimic the pattern of the last ice age?

Jan 30 17:00

The Methane Big Lie

It is also impossible to build up large amounts of methane in an atmosphere which contains oxygen, because it quickly oxidizes in the presence of oxygen into H2O and CO2. That is why we use it for a fuel. The concentration of methane during mid-latitude summer is a tiny 1.7 PPM, but planets (including Earth) emit a lot of methane. Saturn’s moon Titan has methane seas. The reason Titan is able to hold its methane is because it has almost no oxygen.

Earth is nothing like Titan, because we have oxygen. The global warming potential of methane on Earth is thus very small, and is nearly inconsequential compared to water vapor. So why is the IPCC lying about methane? The reason is very simple. They are attempting to restrict meat production by blaming methane emissions on livestock, and scaring people into thinking their cheeseburger will cause hurricanes and rising seas.

Jan 30 16:56

Collapse Of The Polar Melting Scam

Arctic sea ice volume last spring was the highest of the past decade, and this year is well ahead of last year.

There are only about 90 days a year when ice can melt near the pole, and summer temperatures near the pole have been consistently below normal for the past 20 years.

The really bad news for climate alarmists is that Arctic winter temperatures have also turned cold.

Meanwhile, in Antarctica it is the hottest month of the year – and temperatures are below freezing across almost the entire continent. How is ice supposed to melt below freezing?

Jan 30 15:55

Nolte: Experts Claim Every Kind of Weather Proves Global Warming Is Fer’ Real

America enjoys a winter filled with tons of snow and frigid cold weather and out pops the Climate Hoaxsters to assure this kind of weather only further proves our planet is getting, uhm… warmer.

This current Climate Hoaxster freak out is largely in reaction to President Trump’s tweet earlier this week mocking the Climate Hoaxsters.

“In the beautiful Midwest, windchill temperatures are reaching minus 60 degrees, the coldest ever recorded,” he tweeted. “What the hell is going on with Global Warming? Please come back fast, we need you!”

Jan 30 14:55

The Polar Vortex Will Bring A Brutal Cold Spell To Large Part Of U.S.

A large lob of a Polar vortex is set to snap off and ice a large area around the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest by the beginning of next week. This will be the most extreme cold that the area has faced in a generation.

The prolonged and life-threatening cold spell will see temperatures plunge to about 40 degrees Fahrenheit below average. Parts of Minnesota could see temperatures plummet to -60 degrees Fahrenheit, while large areas will see -50 or -40, according to The National Weather Services Twitter post.

Jan 30 12:54

Chicago train tracks have to be literally set on fire to keep the trains running amid record-breaking cold

As historically-low temperatures sweep through much of the country, Chicago train tracks are literally being set on fire to keep the trains operating.

ABC News on Tuesday night posted a stunning video of commuter rail tracks in the city set aflame so the trains can keep running while the temperature dropped well below zero.

Jan 30 12:29

Polar vortex by the numbers: 6 states in US record temperatures lower than South Pole

Records are being shattered and communities are enduring the harshest cold in years as the polar vortex tightens its grip on the midwestern United States.

After the polar vortex plunged southward, temperatures plummeted under 20 below zero F from North Dakota to northern Illinois on Wednesday morning.

Biting winds made the extreme cold more life-threatening as AccuWeather RealFeel® Temperatures dropped under 50 below zero. Frostbite can occur in mere minutes on exposed skin in these conditions.

Among the deaths from the snow and cold that struck the Midwest was a man found frozen to death in a garage in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, according to the Associated Press.

The cold has also led to widespread school closures, major travel disruptions and even the suspension of mail service.

Jan 30 12:28

Extreme Cold Straining Xcel Energy’s Natural Gas System, Residents Urged To Turn Down Thermostat

Xcel Energy is advising residents in parts of central Minnesota north of the metro to turn down their thermostats and reduce their natural gas use.

According to the energy provider, the extreme weather conditions have resulted in a “significant” strain on Xcel Energy’s natural gas system.

“We need those in Becker, Big Lake, Chisago City, Lindstrom, Princeton, and Isanti to reduce use of natural gas. Until further notice, you are urged to turn down your thermostat to 60 degrees or lower and avoid the use of other natural gas appliances including hot water,” Xcel Energy said.

Jan 30 12:25

Chicago train tracks have to be literally set on fire to keep the trains running amid record-breaking cold

As historically-low temperatures sweep through much of the country, Chicago train tracks are literally being set on fire to keep the trains operating.

ABC News on Tuesday night posted a stunning video of commuter rail tracks in the city set aflame so the trains can keep running while the temperature dropped well below zero.

Jan 30 12:10

Ice Age Farmer Report: "Fatal Cold" incoming - Your food is under attack - Major shortages

The powers that be seek to make profane all that we ingest, and that agenda is in overdrive as we enter the Grand Solar Minimum.

As we experience record cold temperatures this week, Christian puts together the pieces, stressing the importance of growing your own food in order to stay healthy and thrive in the future.

Jan 30 11:07

Too cold for mail: Polar vortex brings subzero temps to Midwest, prompts USPS to suspend service

A deadly arctic deep freeze enveloped the Midwest with record-breaking temperatures on Wednesday, triggering widespread closures of schools and businesses, and the canceling of more than 1,500 flights from Chicago's airports. The cold even prompted the U.S. Postal Service to suspend mail delivery to a wide swath of the region.

Many normal activities shut down and residents huddled inside as the National Weather Service forecast plunging temperatures from one of the coldest air masses in years. The bitter cold is the result of a split in the polar vortex that allowed temperatures to drop much farther south than normal.

Jan 30 09:48

Get used to the polar vortex: Experts warn the weather phenomenon is set to become more common (and say the current chill could last another EIGHT weeks)

It all started with misplaced Moroccan heat.

Last month, the normally super chilly air temperatures 20 miles above the North Pole rapidly rose by about 125 degrees (70 degrees Celsius), thanks to air flowing in from the south.

Jan 29 13:32

Scott Adams: Creepy Kamala, Healthcare, Manchin’s Brilliance, Climate Change

The Howard Schultz advantage of…coffee!
People calling Kamala’s demeanor and laugh “creepy”
Kamala and Willie Brown’s past won’t hurt her candidacy
CNN and now MSNBC have both anointed Kamala
Universal healthcare has moved from nutty Bernie idea to inevitable
Can taxes be raised enough to cover the astronomical costs?
Can we lower costs enough to make it possible?
Startups are focusing on lower cost for high profit things
Did Kamala invoke the Charlottesville conspiracy theory?
Senator Manchin says turn this over to the engineers and experts
“SMART WALL” is a smart persuasive phrase
Climate change has BS on both sides of the topic
One side is correct, we don’t know which
The marketing of the science looks like a hoax
The marketing of the skeptics is mostly unconvincing
The “Research Well”, what happens when you reach a point where…
You don’t understand the claim being made

Jan 29 11:05

‘Come back, global waming!’ Trump tweet on cold snap causes Twitter meltdown

US President Donald Trump has caused a meltdown on Twitter with a post asking where "global waming” had gone, in response to a vicious cold snap hitting the Midwest.

“What the hell is going on with Global Wa[r]ming? Please come back fast, we need you!” Trump tweeted on Monday evening, talking about record-setting chill in the “beautiful Midwest.”

Jan 29 10:34

Climate collapse: Wind chill temperatures will hit -60 in the midwest this week as global weather patterns shift

The experts are telling us that the Midwest could experience the coldest weather that it has ever seen this week. Wind chill temperatures of -40 and -50 degrees will be common throughout the region, and it is being projected that some spots will actually get hit by wind chill temperatures of up to -60 degrees.

Jan 29 08:22

Get used to the polar vortex: Experts warn the weather phenomenon is set to become more common (and say the current chill could last another EIGHT weeks)

It might seem counterintuitive, but the dreaded polar vortex is bringing its icy grip to the Midwest thanks to a sudden blast of warm air in the Arctic.

Get used to it. The polar vortex has been wandering more often in recent years.

It all started with misplaced Moroccan heat.

Last month, the normally super chilly air temperatures 20 miles above the North Pole rapidly rose by about 125 degrees (70 degrees Celsius), thanks to air flowing in from the south.

It's called 'sudden stratospheric warming.'

Jan 28 11:45

'Life-Threatening' Arctic Blast To Freeze Nearly 200 Million As Polar Vortex Slams Midwest

A massive blast of Arctic air will hit the Midwest and Northeast by the middle of this week, bringing temperatures to their lowest levels in years.

Using words such as "life-threatening," "dangerous," "brutal," and "unprecedented," the National Weather Service is preparing us for the extreme cold that's forecast to roar into the U.S. next week. -USA Today

"The coldest air of the season will plunge the upper Midwest and Great Lakes into life-threatening conditions," noted the National Weather Service.

Jan 28 08:22

United States Midwest braces for record-breaking cold blast

A deep freeze is forecast to hit the US Midwest this week, with snow, brutally cold temperatures and potentially life-threatening wind chill across northern Illinois and northwest Indiana by midweek, the National Weather Service said.
In the Chicago area, snow will begin on Sunday night. Then the "coldest air mass in years" will hit the region on Tuesday with extreme cold lasting through Friday, the weather service said. Record low temperatures are likely by midweek.

Jan 27 10:47

BEX ALERT - Arctic Summers Now Hottest in 115,000 Years Says New Research

New evidence has led researchers to detail that the Arctic is experiencing its hottest temperatures in 115,000 years, according to a new report.

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"Look, I know you are all up to your neck in snow and record cold, but trust me; it is really hot in places you can't get to to see for yourself!" -- Saint Al of the Gore

Jan 27 10:27

Major storm bringing up to a foot of snow and dangerously frigid temps

A major winter storm could drop a foot of snow across southeastern Wisconsin Sunday and Monday, ushering in a dangerously frigid mass of arctic air that is expected to plunge temperatures well below zero Tuesday through Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service in Sullivan.

Wind chills of 35 to 50 degrees below zero are also possible, making even quick trips to the supermarket potentially hazardous, meteorologist Ben Miller of the National Weather Service in Sullivan said Friday.

"If for whatever reason, your car slides into ditch, you have car trouble, bad things can happen," Miller said.

"If you're not properly dressed in warm clothing and you get caught outside, you can put yourself in a pinch pretty easy."

Jan 27 10:27

Accumulating snow possible and the coldest air of the season

The snow will continue into early afternoon before moving out of our area. It does look like all of us could see accumulating snow, but the question is how much. Right now, there is an indication that a secondary low will develop along the cold front to the south of us and if this happens this would help enhance our snow totals.

Right now, areas north of I-40 have the best bet of seeing the highest totals, but this could all change so stay tuned to the Weather Authority Forecast.

Whatever snow we do see, it will stick around because it will be followed by the coldest air of the season! Temps on Wednesday will start in the teens and only warm into the 20s for highs. A few areas may also fall into the single digits.

Jan 27 10:08

AL GORE: MIGRANT CARAVAN IS A ‘STARTLING EXAMPLE’ OF GLOBAL WARMING

Former Vice President Al Gore said the Central American migrant caravan seeking asylum in the U.S. is a “recent, startling example” of global warming forcing people from their homes.

“People from all over the world are being forced to migrate because the climate crisis is affecting their livelihood. The migrant caravan from Central America is a recent, startling example,” Gore tweeted Monday.

Jan 26 13:23

When Science Isn't Science

The Earth’s climate is extraordinarily complex. Unlike dinosaur fossils or organic chemistry or primate behavior, climate is always in flux, with countless factors influencing one another in an endless unfolding of diachronic stochastics. Given this complexity, one might presume that scientists who study planetary climate would be endowed with exceptional patience, scholarly integrity, and intellectual humility. After all, it takes a long time to learn even a little bit about such an intricate system, so part of the job description of climate scientist would seem to be acknowledging that there is only so much that is known about the 1.09 x 1044 or so molecules swirling about in the atmosphere. Even more complex than all that, though, is navigating the public’s interest in the field. Climate is contentious, and a climate scientist will have to keep his cool, sticking to the facts amidst even the most heated rhetorical environments.

Jan 25 13:30

Delingpole: Thank You, NewsGuard, for Celebrating My Wisdom on Climate Change

Thank you, thank you, thank you, NewsGuard, for treating all your new subscribers — both of them! — to one of the cleverest, truest things I ever wrote about climate change.

NewsGuard quotes me as saying (in the course of its danger warning to readers thinking of flirting with Breitbart News):

“When amateurs on a blog know more about science than the guys on multi-million dollar grants at U.S. academic institutions informing global energy and environment policy, you know that the time has come to drain the swamp,” Delingpole wrote.

And it presents it as though this were a bad thing to have written.

Jan 25 12:31

US THUNDERSNOW vortex strikes east coast as alligators are FROZEN solid

The reptiles, found in a frozen swamp in North Carolina, are jammed solid with only the tips of their snouts poking out from beneath the ice. Temperatures dropped to minus 3 Fahrenheit (-20 Celsius) overnight on January 21 when the alligators froze. Found in Swamp Park, the move is “a survival technique, that they have acquired over a long time,” the park said on Facebook.

Jan 25 12:24

Flashback 2017: Analysis: UK carbon emissions in 2017 fell to levels last seen in 1890

Carbon Brief analysis shows the UK’s CO2 emissions from fossil fuels fell by 2.6% in 2017, driven by a 19% decline in coal use.

This follows on the heels of a larger 5.8% drop in CO2 in 2016, which saw a record 52% drop in coal use. The UK’s total CO2 emissions are currently 38% below 1990 levels and are now as low as emissions were back in 1890 – the year the Forth Bridge opened in Scotland and Oscar Wilde’s The Picture of Dorian Gray was published.

Jan 25 10:58

Graham zings Ocasio-Cortez, says she's 'hell-bent' on making Americans live as ‘Venezuelan socialists'

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., zinged Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., on Thursday for claiming climate change will end the world in 12 years -- and accused her of wanting to make Americans live as “Venezuelan socialists.”

“Let’s bury the hatchet and enjoy the next 12 years because they are going to be our last, right?” he tweeted.

Jan 25 10:32

Trust ‘scientists’? Really?

Does anyone remember when we trusted “scientists”? We might not have understood them, but we understood their goals and purpose and saw both as noble at least in intent.

And now? As a group, they include too many politicized, lying fools. Part of the great “control the people” scheme — the one that is trying to re-establish a ruling class that died along with serfdom and great landed estates.

This morning, CNN (yes, I know, “boo,” “hiss”) had this glaring headline: “The world is two minutes from doom.”

Jan 24 19:31

UK weather forecast: ENTIRE COUNTRY to be BLANKETED in up to 13 inches of snow next week

THE UK is set to be blanketed in snow by the end of next week, with some parts of the country to be submerged in up to 13 inches.

Jan 24 18:45

Dog and hare freeze to death while WALKING as temperatures drop to -56C

PICTURES of a dog and hare that froze to death in exceptionally cold weather in Kazakhstan have caused a storm from animal rights activists.

Jan 24 11:55

Snow RADAR: Is the Beast from the East back? Where is it snowing NOW?

SNOW and ice has sparked disruption across the country, as temperatures plummet and the Met Office has warned of continuing freezing conditions tonight, but does the change in conditions mark the return of the Beast from the East?

Jan 24 09:55

Ocasio-Cortez References The Bible On Climate Change

Ocasio-Cortez’s tweet was in response to statements made by White House press secretary Sarah Sanders.

“I don’t think that we are going to listen to [Ocasio-Cortez] on much of anything, particularly anything that we will leave into the hands of a much, much higher authority,” Sanders said during a Tuesday night interview with Fox News host Sean Hannity. “And certainly not listen to the freshman congresswoman on when the world may end.”

The press secretary was panning Ocasio-Cortez’s recent doomsday warnings about climate change. The 29-year-old lawmaker recently claimed the world would end in 12 years unless it dramatically addressed climate changed. She also compared fighting global warming to World War II.

Jan 23 13:11

Climate change HOAX has literally convinced a member of Congress that “the world is going to end in 12 years”

You want to really save the world in the next 12 years? Vote all Democrats out of power and send them packing. Turn off all left-wing media. Denounce and reject the lunacy of the Left. If enough people do that, human civilization might actually have a chance of making it through this insane chapter of left-wing lunacy that represents the real threat to sustainable life on Earth.

Jan 23 12:29

Snow WAVES as ICE solidifies Niagara Falls in –40C US DEEP FREEZE

THE NIAGARA Falls have frozen over producing a magnificent ice-scape as the northeastern United States is locked into a biting deep freeze - with wind chill temperatures almost reaching -40C.

Jan 22 14:31

Vermont Residents Rally Against Carbon Tax

Vermont lawmakers considering a carbon tax were confronted by protests on their first day in session. Dozens of anti-carbon tax protesters, wearing yellow vests, showed up at the statehouse to voice their opposition to the policy.

The protesters, dressed to mimic the Yellow Vest movement in France, explained that they opposed the carbon tax measure because Vermonters can’t afford any new taxes on gasoline, diesel, and home heating fuels.

Jan 22 12:40

Arctic Blast Brings Dangerously Cold Wind Chills To Northeast 

The coldest air of the year and possibly the Winter 2018-2019 season has descended southward toward the East Coast, can create life-threatening situations for those who lose power and cannot heat their homes.

Wind chill warnings and advisories have been posted by the National Weather Service from the Midwest into the mid-Atlantic, upstate New York and New England.

Jan 21 12:59

'Only go outside if it's absolutely necessary': Governor Andrew Cuomo urges New Yorkers to stay INDOORS as Arctic blast savages the East Coast with temperatures dipping to -40 degrees with wind chill

New Yorkers are being encouraged to stay indoors due to extreme cold weather expected across the state over the next couple of days.

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo urged New Yorkers to 'refrain from going outside over the next couple of days unless absolutely necessary' in a statement Sunday.

Extremely cold air has blown across New York state with wind chills as low as -40 degrees forecast in the Northeast.

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Jan 21 11:28

Billionaire who said no one should eat more than a quarter of a bacon rasher every day to save the planet tucks into 20,000-calorie mega burger in Las Vegas

A billionaire who urged people not to eat more than a quarter of a bacon rasher a day - in order to save the planet - has taken to Instagram to share a photo of himself tucking into a huge 20,000-calorie burger in Las Vegas.

Norwegian hotel mogul Petter Stordalen, 56, shared the photo just days after he and his wife Gunhild were slammed for jetting around the world in a private plane - despite bankrolling a study on drastically cutting meat consumption.

Mr Stordalen visited the Heart Attack Grill while on a 'business trip to Vegas' and ate an Octuple Bypass Burger, made up of a stack of eight individual beef patties and 20 rashers of bacon.

Jan 21 11:17

Wind farms are the 'new apex predators': Blades kill off 75% of buzzards, hawks and kites that live nearby, study shows

Wind turbines are the world's new 'apex predators', wiping out buzzards, hawks and other carnivorous birds at the top of the food chain, say scientists.

A study of wind farms in India found that predatory bird numbers drop by three quarters in areas around the turbines.

This is having a 'ripple effect' across the food chain, with small mammals and reptiles adjusting their behaviour as their natural predators disappear from the skies.

Birds and bats were assumed to be most vulnerable to the rise of the landscape-blotting machines.

But their impact is reverberating across species, experts warned, upsetting nature's delicate balance.

Jan 21 11:14

Climate Hysterics Skyrocket Even As Weather Disasters Haven’t

All this headline-grabbing gloom and doom, however, is backed up by little more than computer models, obstinate assertions that the science is settled, and a steady litany of claims that temperatures, tornadoes, hurricanes, droughts et cetera are unprecedented, worse than ever before, and due to fossil fuels.

And on the basis of these hysterics, we are supposed to give up the carbon-based fuels that provide over 80% of the U.S.’ and global energy, gladly reduce our living standards – and put our jobs and economy at the mercy of expensive, unreliable, weather dependent, pseudo-renewable wind, solar and biofuel energy.

As in any civil or criminal trial, the burden of proof is on the accusers and prosecutors who want to sentence fossil fuels to oblivion. They need to provide more than blood-curdling charges, opening statements and summations. They need to provide convincing real-world evidence to prove their case.

They have refused to do so.

Jan 21 10:18

The Wealth Of The 12 Richest Davos Billionaires Has Increased By $175 Billion In Ten Years

It's almost time for the annual Davos boondoggle where the world's richest and most powerful financiers, politicians, artists and celebrities fly in on their private jets while surrounding by bodyguards and sit down (before partying among ultra exclusive DJs) to discuss the world's ills (which they created) such as the omni-present "global warming" (the type which apparently ignores the carbon emissions from private jets) and which can only be solved by paying a major bank (say Goldman Sachs) billions in carbon credit commissions, not to mention social upheaval and populist anger (the type which bodyguards are so skilled at neutralizing) and where not surprisingly nationalism once again ranks as the biggest threat risk to attempts to impose a globalist world order.

In other words, it is "A Reunion For People Who Broke The World" where a hotdog back in 2015 cost 38 Swiss Francs.

Jan 19 10:49

Bitterly Cold Temperatures, Blizzard Conditions to Hit East Coast

The U.S. East Coast is bracing for freezing cold temperatures and heavy snowfall this weekend, likely bringing challenging travel conditions and power outages to thousands across the regions.

The winter storm is slated to hit large parts of the Northeast Sunday, dropping at least a foot of snow and ice in blizzard-like conditions. Residents of the inland tri-state area and mid-Atlantic will face subzero temperatures.

At least 100 million people across the country are under winter weather watches or warnings.

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Jan 18 10:16

Massive blizzard impacting California mountains, Up to 100 inches of snow possible

A large storm is coming ashore on the California coast and it's bringing flooding rains and heavy mountain snow. Above 5,000 feet, the snow is being measured in feet. Multiple feet.

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Jan 16 12:55

UK SNOW: Arctic weather system sparks HEAVY SNOW today as Britain set for COLDEST weekend

Thermometers will widely nosedive from Wednesday amid warnings the UK will stay locked in the freezer until spring.

A swathe of bitter air will pour in from the Arctic pushing temperatures to freezing or below across the entire country through the next 48 hours.

Scotland, northern England and even parts further south are on alert for wintry downpours towards the end of the week and into the weekend.

It could be the first widespread snowfall since the Beast from the East brought Britain to a near standstill last winter.

Temperatures will plummet more than 10C from the start of the week when Atlantic winds will bring an unusually mild feel.

Jan 16 12:48

Scott Adams: Kamala Harris, Some Fake News You Think is Real, and Climate Update

Kamala Harris video had persuasion powers
It appealed to her base, showed her personality
Four Examples of normal explanations vs. batshit crazy ones
Climate change, Too bad skeptical arguments
Climate change outstanding questions

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1085553466963984384

Jan 16 10:24

BEX ALERT - 2018 was the hottest year ever recorded for the planet's oceans

Last year was the hottest for the planet's oceans since global records began in 1958, according to an international team of scientists who track the data. Their findings were published Wednesday in the scientific journal Advances in Atmospheric Sciences.

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The carbonazis can't argue that the land is getting warmer because of all the record-setting snow and ice, so now their plan is to claim that human-caused global warming is showing up in the oceans.

Jan 15 10:48

BEX ALERT - Antarctica's ice is melting faster, raising risk of sea level rise

Rignot warned, "Depending on how old you are and how fast we keep warming up the planet you may see the vector of catastrophically rapid sea level rise (4 meters per century scale)." A rise of 4 meters (about 12 feet) would be enough to put many coastal towns and cities underwater and submerge much of South Florida.

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And ignoring the active volcanoes recently discovered under the ice...

Jan 14 20:15

Snow closes the Grapevine: Traffic nightmare on I-5 between Los Angeles and Central Valley

Snow closes the Grapevine: Traffic nightmare on I-5 between Los Angeles and Central Valley

Jan 14 13:28

California Decides to Regulate Cow Farts in Order to Fight Global Warming

California has become the first state in the union to regulate cow farts. The Golden State enacted legislation in September that will regulate greenhouse gas emissions from farms and landfills, including cow flatulence, a major source of methane, which is a more potent greenhouse gas than carbon dioxide.

Jan 14 13:12

Scott Adams: Russia, DeBlaisio, Gabbard, Jeff Bozo, FBI

Jeff Bozo and the President’s tweets
NYC Mayor De Blazio instituting universal health care
Gavin Newsome working on it also for California
Important, whether it works out or not
Russian collusion outcome seems obvious
Both sides will claim they were right all along
Eric Swalwell on taking interpreters notes
Destroying evidence indicates guilt
Hmm…Hillary destroyed evidence
Eric Swalwell requesting someone prove a negative
Is he assuming his followers are stupid?
FBI motivation, investigating President Trump…was vengeance
Is there evidence of that, or is it mind reading?
Will Tulsi Gabbard be the 2020 Democrat candidate?
Simple answer, how is CNN framing her?
Watch for who CNN coverage anoints
President Trump taking interpreters Putin meeting notes
Any chance Mueller hasn’t already talked to interpreter?
Big news if he has or hasn’t talked to him

Jan 14 10:50

Snow causes problems on roadways; Winter Weather Advisory in effect

Steady snow caused problems on roadways Saturday. Illinois state police were urging people to stay home as troopers responded to hundreds of crashes and requests for assistance.

Along I-57 in Kankakee, cars were sliding off the highway and into ditches.

In Chicago, nearly 300 city trucks loaded up with salt.

Jan 14 10:49

St. Louis expecting more snow, totals up to 15 inches expected

A snowstorm that pounded St. Louis early Saturday is headed east, where it’s expected to blanket Washington and Baltimore through Sunday, forecasters said.

St. Louis recorded 9.8 inches of snow by 7 a.m. ET, with more than a foot of snow measured in other parts of Missouri.

The snow will shift later Saturday to the East Coast, with 4 to 6 inches predicted for Washington and 2 to 3 inches for Baltimore, forecasters said.

Jan 14 10:49

Central Ohioans clean up as first major snow of season wraps up

Area snow plows, salt crews and residents cleaned up from the first major snowfall of the season Sunday.

Central Ohio got 4 to 6 inches of snow Saturday, causing a spike in calls to area police and towing companies, but no major injury crashes, police officials said.

Roads remained wet Sunday morning, but other than light snow falling with little accumulation, the coming week is expected to be cold but not snowy, said Kristen Cassady, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

Jan 14 10:14

U.N.'s Global Warming Fraudsters Are More Interested In Climate Cash Than Climate Change

Just when you think the climate change lunacy couldn't get any worse, the U.N.'s climate-crats up the ante. Meeting in Bonn, Germany, for yet another unneeded climate conference, attendees are now demanding $300 billion a year more to help less-developed nations cope with anticipated climatic warming. Are they kidding?

By the way, that $300 billion is in addition to the $100 billion that the world's governments have already promised to deliver under the Paris Climate Agreement. So now they're asking for a total of $400 billion a year in climate welfare for the developing world. No sane government would sign on to such a scam. Which of course means that most of them probably will.

There's really no end to this insanity. To make it worse, the proposal before the Bonn climate talks calls for the added taxpayer-funded cash to be doled out not by the governments themselves, or even the U.N. No, the money will be channeled through existing nongovernmental organizations, or NGOs.

Jan 13 13:59

Major snowstorm snarls travel from St. Louis to Columbus this weekend

Motorists along the Interstate 70 corridor of the Midwest can expect a slow and dangerous journey as a major snowstorm continues through Saturday night.

In many areas from Missouri to southern Ohio and northern Kentucky, this will be the biggest snowfall in what has been a lean cold weather season so far for some locations.

That has already been the case in St. Louis, where 10.9 inches was reported on Saturday evening. This storm will be the biggest snowstorm since Jan. 5, 2014, when 10.8 inches of snow fell.

Jan 13 13:50

Tanks roll in to frozen hell: Germany and Austria call state of emergency as troops save residents from NECK-DEEP snow after 21 deaths in worst winter for more than 30 years

A state of emergency was in force across parts of Europe last night after the death toll in the worst snowfall for at least 30 years reached 21.

Tanks and troops were drafted in to rescue homeowners from neck-deep snow in Germany and Austria as the whiteout looked to continue past the weekend.

British skiers were among thousands facing long delays on their airport transfers to and from resorts in Austria due to road conditions, but travel industry sources said they had heard no reports of Britons snowed in or trapped.

In Switzerland, a 1,000ft-wide avalanche ploughed through the front of a hotel while diners were eating. Three people were injured but miraculously there were no deaths.

Jan 12 14:02

Scott Adams: The FBI, H1B VISAs, Steve King, Terrorist Deprogramming, and Climate

Plus bonus addendum: Quick Tutorial on Using Engineering to Take Politics Out of the Wall

CNN says Steve King said white supremacy is okay
Did he think that and say that? He clarified later, said no.
Even if true…would he have said it in public?
President Trump tweets to promote citizenship for H1B people
We want productive people, nothing to do with race
Your worldview, should be able to predict the future accurately
Look at your worldview carefully if it isn’t predictive
Social media companies change our opinions by what they feed us
In effect, they’re programming us, brainwashing us
Self-radicalized by the CNN silo
Self-radicalized by the FOX silo
Dogs for immigration patrolling
Study: White males most likely to question climate change
Study also said, the more they knew about topic…

Jan 12 10:59

Tanks roll in to frozen hell: Germany and Austria call state of emergency as troops save residents from NECK-DEEP snow after 21 deaths in worst winter for more than 30 years

A state of emergency has been declared across parts of Europe and tanks are being used to rescue homeowners from neck-deep snow in Germany and Austria following the deaths of at least 21 people, amid a devastating once in a generation winter whiteout.

Jan 11 16:57

FLASHBACK - FAKE NEWS: 'Nat Geo' Photographer Admits Viral Photo Of Polar Bear 'Dying From Climate Change' Is False

One year later, National Geographic has finally admitted to facilitating "fake news" regarding climate change. The magazine's most viral video ever, which featured heart-wrenching images of a starving polar bear, perpetuated the narrative that the animal's imminent death was caused by climate change. However, the climate change aspect of the story is void of any real evidence.

"We had lost control of the narrative," admitted Cristina Mittermeier, the photographer of the polar bear. Mittermeier explained the climate change deception in a piece titled "Starving-Polar-Bear Photographer Recalls What Went Wrong" for the magazine's August issue.

Mittermeier conceded that the images of the bony, emaciated polar bear were meant to sound an alarm about climate change, though she complains that people took the image "literally."

Jan 11 15:53

Empathy ‘frozen’: Storm sweeps Syrian refugee camps in Lebanon

“What’s more frozen, refugee camps or humanity?” That is the recurring question you find being asked in the past week on social media under the hashtag of “Arsal Tastagheeth” (Arsal cries out for help).

The Lebanese mountainous border town of Arsal was covered with snow following Storm Norma, leaving Syrian refugee camps in unimaginably horrible conditions.

With temperatures between -4 to -8 degree Celsius, refugees’ tents in the Beqaa area were either flooded with water, or destroyed by snow.

According to the UN refugee agency, 151 sites that are home to some 11,000 Syrians have been heavily affected.

Jan 11 14:08

Watching The Arctic Sea Ice Scam Unravel

The Arctic sea ice scam began to rapidly unravel last March, when all records for Arctic sea ice volume gain were blown away.

Jan 11 14:07

CONTINENT ON ICE Death toll from European snow chaos hits 17 as Germany send in army, Med temperatures plummet to -23C and hundreds of flights are cancelled

THE death toll from the winter weather chaos in Europe has hit 17 - as temperatures plummet to -23C and heavy snow continues to fall.

Germany has been forced to send in the army to help people trapped in snow and hundreds of flights have been cancelled while the continent is gripped by extreme weather.

Jan 11 14:05

Scott Adams Talks about Dear Diary, Rpos, and Climate Change Persuasion.

Jim Acosta became America’s piñata yesterday
He stood in front of the wall and said no problems here!
President tweets reply to Acosta, “Dear Diary”
CNN contacted San Diego station KUSI for anti-wall content
KUSI is pro-wall, CNN decided not to use their content?
Fentanyl deaths are being compared to Viet Nam war deaths
The border debate is bringing the country together
Average person knowledge of the issue increasing
Border arguments from both sides…without the politics
Drugs, crime, numbers of crimes versus rate percentage
VISA overstays
Why are there gaps in parts of the scientists climate change stance?
The historical data used in the hockey stick graph
It shows an earlier point, before CO2, same hockey stick
ClimateGate emails are a conspiracy theory, completely debunked
Data discrepancies from the past, tree ring experts and proxies

Jan 11 13:04

RED ALERT issued across Europe as heavy snow continues while a 16-year-old German-Australian boy is killed in an avalanche while skiing with his parents in Austria

Europe's snow chaos has deepened again with hundreds of people trapped after roads were buried by avalanches.

The highest red warnings are in place in Germany and Austria with up to six more feet of snow expected before the weekend.

At least 17 people have died amid the weather chaos including a 16-year-old German-Australian boy who was killed on a ski slope in Austria.

According to Süddeutsche Zeitung the boy's parents and brother saw him buried under the snow in the ski village of St. Anton am Arlberg on Wednesday afternoon.

Jan 11 13:03

London weather: Capital tipped for SNOW as odds brace for RECORD BREAKING winter

LONDON could be one of the first locations destined for snow this year, as odds for glimpses of a flurry are cut. The chances for a record-breaking cold snap treading into March have also now increased.

Jan 11 13:03

Rare Snow Has Turned Greek Ruins Into a Winter Wonderland This Week

Athens just put in a pretty strong bid for the 2026 Winter Olympics. A huge dip in the jet stream has allowed polar air to plunge into the normally temperate Mediterranean, dumping snow in Greece’s capital and beach resort towns.

On Tuesday, otherworldly scenes emerged across the country as snow caked iconic tourist attractions like the Acropolis and bent olive and cypress trees’ branches. Tourists and locals alike stopped to gawk at the ethereal sites and snap photos.

Athens was far from the only locale to see snow. That coastal resort town of Thessaloniki in northeast Greece was buffeted by snow. Drone footage shows the incongruous scenes of snow on the Mediterranean beaches that are normally a tourist hot spot (at least a few locals still decided to take a polar bear plunge).

Jan 11 13:03

Weather Report: It’s Snowing In Utah, Tahoe, and Jackson

Multiple ski areas in the west saw several feet of snow this week

Jan 11 12:35

Avalanche Crashes into Swiss Restaurant

Severe snow storms are raging across the European Alps. An avalanche has burst though the windows of the Hotel Säntis Dining Room. Shocking photo, and interesting re Grand Solar Minimum, but so what?

Am having a reprise experience. I nearly lost my life on the Säntis--a school outing with a idiot leading, who told the kids as young as 8 that tennies would be enough. I was 16 and the only one with the sense to have worn climbing boots. Didn't stop severe frostbite, but I didn't die just then, and neither did anyone else.

A freak blizzard and gale force winds slammed us against the mountain. The leader did deer caught in the headlights, but managed to tell the kids to huddle. He eyed my boots, knew I was one of the few who spoke the lingo, and shouted for me to go for help. There was a restaurant on top of the mountain, otherwise reached by a gondola.

Jan 11 10:46

Austria is expected to face 10 feet, more than 3 metres of snow in the next few days as fierce winter weather continues to strike central Europe this week.

arts of Austria have already had more snow this month than they usually do in the whole of January, with more snow expected before the weekend.
The tourist season in the Alps has also been hit with more than 1,000 miles of ski slope and 450 ski lifts closed because of the weather.

The cold weather has blasted Greece where temperatures reached record lows with -9F (-23C) recorded in the city of Florina on Tuesday night.

There has been a huge amount of snow falling across the northern European Alps over the past couple of weeks with resorts in Austria bearing the brunt of the storm.

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Jan 11 10:38

Human-caused Global Warming Photo of the Week

Jan 11 09:53

Avalanche bursts through Swiss hotel restaurant while guests are eating: Three injured and 25 cars buried under 1,000ft wall of snow as police search for 'missing' and forecasters warn Europe's whiteout will last well into next week

Swiss emergency crews have launched a search operation after an avalanche crashed through a hotel restaurant while guests were eating.
A 1,000ft wall of snow thundered into Hotel Säntis in Schwägalp in northeastern Switzerland, burying 25 cars and leaving three people injured.
At least one person had to be dug out of the snow when the avalanche struck at about 4.30pm yesterday, an eyewitness said.

Jan 10 14:04

Can Climate Models Predict Climate Change? (Video)

Predicting climate temperatures isn't science – it's science fiction. Emeritus Professor of Physics at Princeton University Will Happer explains.

Jan 10 14:00

Scott Adams: Whiteboard Discussion of Border Persuasion

Great examples of CNN mind reading by Stephen Collinson
Guesses and hunches are being presented as news
Solar panels on the wall and vandalism
Whiteboard: Border Barrier Debate
Dems are winning on topics of drugs and crime
Effective mocking and sarcasm
If Mexico pays for the wall, would it then be “moral”?
Current immigration policies mostly benefit rich white people
VISA overstays versus sneaking across the border
About 70% of climate change skeptic points aren’t valid
Did Michael Mann use tree ring estimates for gaps…
…and later discontinue tree rings as an unreliable proxy?
Are testosterone levels in males decreasing, or are men evolving?
lifestyles that increase or decrease testosterone
Soy is everywhere, in a lot of our food

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Jan 09 13:29

Scott Adams: President Trump’s Speech, Pelosi and Schumer’s Taxidermist, CNN Mind Reading, and CO2

Our government is dysfunctional because the press is broken
Business model of the press today is different than in the past
Press today invokes “hair on fire” viewer responses
President Trump failed to persuade effectively
Schumer and Pelosi failed to persuade effectively
Everyone was arguing about the definition of a word
Don’t we need border control, even if Mexico doesn’t pay for it?
CNN’s S.E.Cupp demonstrates her mind reading powers
She knows President Trump’s secret intentions
S.E.Cupp knows what the President “really thinks”
CNN fake news making strategies
Whiteboard discussion of CNN’s fake news techniques
No evidence that CO2 makes a difference in climate change?
What is the counter argument?
Is CO2 a logarithmic factor in climate change?

Comments at: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/1083015699067359238

Jan 09 12:45

Winter storm blasts Europe; 12 dead amid heavy snow, gusts

Deadly winter weather blasted Europe for yet another day Tuesday, trapping hundreds of people in Alpine regions, whipping up high winds that caused flight delays and cancellations and raising the risks of more deadly avalanches in the mountains.

At least 12 people have been killed in weather-related accidents in Europe over the last week, most of them from avalanches.

In Norway, attempts to find the bodies of four skiers were again put on hold due to poor visibility and heavy snowfall. A 29-year Swedish woman and three Finns, aged 29, 32 and 36, were presumed dead after a 300-meter (990-foot) wide avalanche hit a valley near the northern city of Tromsoe last week.

In Austria, hundreds of residents were stuck in their homes due to blocked roads and some regions experienced power outages after snow-laden trees took down power lines.

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Jan 09 12:43

Snow WARNING: Europe to be hit by METRE of snow - Met Office weather warning latest

EUROPE could be covered with up to a metre of snow as freezing air is dragged across European nations, bringing showers of snow and sleet, but what is the Met Office forecast for the UK?

Jan 09 12:43

Snow warning MAPPED: Europe hit by snow AVALANCHE - where is it snowing RIGHT NOW?

The deadly weather started by a storm coming from the North Atlantic into Scandinavia and northern Europe New Year’s Day. The system, named Storm Zeetje, then made tracks to eastern Europe and brought moist cold air into areas such as the Alps. Ski resorts in the Austrian Alps reported up to seven feet of snow in the first days of January, which lead to many resorts closing over safety concerns.

Jan 09 10:07

Strong West Coast winter storm leaves 350 000 homes without power, traps cars in mudslides

A strong winter storm brought strong winds and high elevation snow to West Coast over the weekend, leaving more than 350 000 homes and causing flash floods and mudslides. Several more waves of heavy rain, gusty winds and high elevation snow are expected before the end of the week.

Wind gusts in excess of 96 km/h (60 mph) downed trees and power lines, leaving more than 300 000 customers without power in Washington (the majority in King, Pierce and Thurston counties) and tens of thousands in California on January 5 and 6, 2019. By early Monday, January 7 (UTC), the number of customers without power stood at 77 372 in Washington and 56 203 in California.

Jan 08 10:41

UK weather forecast – Britain braced for Siberian ‘snowbomb’ as freezing Arctic triple storm vortex set to batter UK until March

BRITAIN could be bombarded by a so-called “Siberian snowbomb” in the next few months, plunging the country into a deep freeze and covering it with snow.

A bitterly cold blast from the east is expected to sweep in next week and will see temperatures plummet well below zero and bring flurries of heavy snow.

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Jan 08 10:38

Reno snow: 30 inches of snow fell at Diamond Peak ski area, about 4 inches at Reno airport

Heavy snowfall in Reno-Sparks and in the mountains of the Sierra and Lake Tahoe has created hazardous driving conditions as the region wakes up for the Monday morning commute.

The storm is petering out this morning, according to the National Weather Service in Reno, but bookmark this page for rolling updates on road conditions and aftermath of the snow.

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