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Cool in July

Published on July 16, 2010


It’s the middle of July and heavy snow is blanketing parts of Alberta Canada. Usually at this time of year crews are preparing for the next ski season instead of actually partaking in winter-like activities. While not completely impossible, heavy snow like this in July is pretty rare. “This is totally out of the blue. To receive this much snow in July and have it stay on the ground is unheard of,” says Megan Gibson from the Marmot Basin Ski Resort near Jasper.

The National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (Niwa) in New Zealand said the past few days had seen some of the lowest temperatures on record. Te Kuiti and Turangi had their coldest July nights on record, and in the South Island, Blenheim experienced its second-coldest July temperature yesterday morning. The cold air had also stayed for a remarkably long time, with Dunedin getting air frosts on each of the past 20 days.

* -7.2C in Queenstown, the third-coldest night in 139 years.
* -6.8C in Taumarunui, the coldest since 1947.
* -5.4C in Christchurch.
* -3.3C in Hamilton.
* 1.5C in Wellington.
* 2.4C in Auckland.

Climate stability has never been a feature of planet earth but it does not take too much sensitivity to see the signs that are pointing us far away from the global warming con to the reality of a rapid and accelerating cooling that is happening on our globe. But some people still insist it’s getting warmer.

We saw more of this con in the papers today: “Last month was the warmest June on record, extending months of record-setting heat. Worldwide, the average temperature in June was 61.1 degrees Fahrenheit (16.2 Celsius), the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said Thursday. That was 1.22 degrees F (0.68 C) warmer than average for June.This year has had the warmest average temperature for January-June on record — 57.5 F (12.2 C).” Truly it is hard to trust the record keeping of any US governmental agency.

The coldest period of the Little Ice Age, between
1645 and 1715, has been linked to a deep dip
in solar storms known as the Maunder Minimum.

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The sun is still in the pits of the deepest solar minimum in a century. Victor Manuel Velasco Herrera, a researcher at the Institute of Geophysics with the National Autonomous University of Mexico sees evidence that points to the onset of a “little ice age” that could last for much of the 21st Century. Just because BP put a temporary cap on the oil well does not mean we can relax. The toxicity in the Gulf will continue and the cold is advancing though perhaps we can indulge in something to celebrate.

Cooling Oceans


New reports claims ocean temperatures are rising, and fast. This is rubbish.

As oceans contain around 80% of the climate’s total energy, ocean heat is a good measure of what’s happening with our climate. Ocean temperatures can be measured adequately only by the Argo buoy network. Argo buoys dive down to 700m, recording temperatures, then come up and radio back the results. There are 3,000 of them floating around all the world’s oceans. The Argo buoys have been operational only since the end of 2003. According to Argo temperature measurements, the world’s oceans have shown a slight cooling since Argo became operational in 2003. In sharp contrast to model predicted heat build-up ocean temperatures are heading down.

Average Water Temperature

The oceans are a much better thermal sink than the atmosphere, and thus a better indicator of the earth’s temperature (for example 2.6 meters of sea water has the same capacity to hold and store heat as the entire atmosphere above it). Thus ocean temperature readings give a better idea of global warming/cooling trends than air temperatures.

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  • Eric Hammond

    I do not accept the global warming theories as presented, and your data is good.
    Please add (or send) more complete references or data links so I can continue researching.
    The ARGO website does not directly yield the graph you show, and all other information I was able to find is contradictory.

    Thanks for the article.
    Eric Hammond

  • David

    Dr Mark,

    Where I am now, I can only ask when these weeks of 90+ temps are going to end. The whole weather pattern has changed. I swear that I believe that Scalar weapons together with HAARP in Alaska(with copious Chemtrail spraying) is creating all of this. Alas, Tesla should have shut his mouth. In addition, the brilliant good guys should have refused RHODES scholarships and pre-empt creating weapons for the DUNCE elites to use in their games hegemony. One has to play stupid to survive!

    • Be careful there, you’ll initce the Global Warming cult zealots on you with talk like that.But yes. I think we have far too little understanding of the natural heating and cooling of our planet to reliably attribute ALL forms of global warming on humans alone.Never mind that a single supervolcanic eruption such as yellowstone produces enough ash to cover an entire continent and fill Earth’s atmosphere with sulfur dioxide (and every other kind of harmful oxide) and inevitably sends the planet into a global cooling.Not that we shouldn’t conserve our environment we absolutely should, in addition to finding more efficient power sources (for the sake of efficient power itself).I like to view the humans-are-evil-for-destroying-the-planet sentiment as being akin to good old-fashioned Catholic guilt. We need something to feel bad about so we can commiserate with others, launch crusades, lambast our enemies while feeling good about our own actions. Global warming is nothing but plain old primitive tribalism rearing its ugly head.In other words, continue to recycle and be concerned, but don’t become religious about environmentalism. Lest you make people like me prefer terms like conservationism’ to simply avoid being lumped in the same category as alarmist radicals with a unifying political power agenda.