Memorial weekend in the Great lakes. It sure does not look like the earth is facing catastrophic warmth though people are still dying from heat, as they are in India this month. We are being warned, almost every day in the news that we are facing a warming world but weathermen around the world are reporting record cold and snow.
On May 29 we saw a new record set for cold set in New Zealand. The new record is -6.4 degrees Celsius. The old record set in 1992 was -4.5 making the new record -1.9 degrees cooler. In a warming world we would not expect it to be getting cooler by record amounts. There is cold and snow and today is the first of June and there are reports of frosts and freeze warnings in Wisconsin and Michigan.
It is still snowing in Norway to the point of closing roads. One snow driver said, “Never experienced anything like this before.” We have blizzard conditions in Scotland as well on June 1st. Also record lows for the beginning of June were set in Boston and the coldest start in June in Adelaide Australia where the temperature dropped it 2.9 degrees Celsius.
The United Nations insist that the world has no choice but to decarbonize. Global warming is all our fault because our use of oil and coal is driving up carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in the atmosphere, and though there is no proof, and never was any, indicating CO2 would drive up temperatures, and our world leaders are planning our collective future based on suppositions about CO2. We live in a CO2 ignorant world and even in medicine and health, where CO2 is vital, we remain deaf, dumb and blind to what is really going on with this extraordinary gas.
Plants understand CO2 better than most doctors do. They love it. We love it too but just don’t know it. There are a lot of happy plants around the world who just love the increasing levels of CO2. People get sick and get cancer when their CO2 levels get too low and people get healthy when they exercise, because their CO2 levels go up. One can treat cancer with sodium bicarbonate (baking soda) because it instantly increases CO2 (thus bicarbonates) in the blood. hen CO2 in the blood goes up the blood vessels dilate, and the oxygen dissociation curve changes insuring more oxygen gets delivered to the cells.
Greenpeace activists burn a symbol of carbon dioxide at the Klingenberg power plant in Berlin. Photograph: Theo Heimann/AFP/Getty
When you speak of climate change people’s eyes glaze over because they are under the influence of massive manipulations of their imagination through constant media propaganda. The international news agencies, for example, are all over the place reporting on the dramatic heat wave in India when in truth scientists are worried that in Greenland the spring melt is getting off to the slowest start on record. If you want to really understand what is happening to the earth’s climate you need to read a book about it because there are many forces at work that are combining to lead us into a mini ice age (predicted by scientists who study the sun).
Scientists have been arguing for years that the world is headed for a cooling phase based on solar cycles. Scientists from Germany to India have argued that weakening solar activity could bring about another “Little Ice Age.”
“The stagnation of temperature since 1998 was caused by decreasing solar activity since 1998,” wrote Jürgen Lange Heine, a physicist with the German-based European Institute for Climate and Energy (EIKE). “From 1900 to 1998, solar radiation increased by 1.3 W / m², but since 1998 it has diminished and now the sun is quieter than it has been in over a century.
A new study out of the United Kingdom predicts the Earth is doomed to decades of cooler temperatures. Scientists at the University of Southampton predict that a cooling of the Atlantic Ocean will lead to a cooler global temperatures a half a degree Celsius lower than it is now.
This cooling phase in the Atlantic will influence “temperature, rainfall, drought and even the frequency of hurricanes in many regions of the world,” says Dr. Gerard McCarthy. The study’s authors based their results on ocean sensor arrays and 100 years of sea-level data. “Sea-surface temperatures in the Atlantic vary between warm and cold over time-scales of many decades,” said McCarthy, the study’s lead author. “This decadal variability, called the Atlantic Multi-decadal Oscillation (AMO), is a notable feature of the Atlantic Ocean and the climate of the regions it influences.” Interestingly parts of the Pacific are warming.
Yes Al Gore is sweating the colder it gets. We all know governments and the media lie and there are groups of men with extremely selfish interests pretending to be thinking of the good of humanity. With climate change these people have gotten caught with their pants down. They tell us that we are experiencing record warmth but our winters are getting more intensely cold with record amounts of snow, and the winters are lasting longer and coming earlier, even beginning before summer ends. Here we are at the end of May of 2015 and we are still hearing about winter conditions in the northern hemisphere.
Record-breaking cold devastates Southern Ontario vineyards. Some smaller wineries say their crop was practically gutted in the deep-freeze on the 26 May 2015. Clark Tyler, manager at Harwood Estate Vineyards in Prince Edward County, estimates that a mere 5% of grapes at his four-hectare vineyard survived the frost. “It’s just complete and utter devastation,” said Tyler, who added that some of his friends lost nearly everything.
“Snow came down heavy at times on Memorial weekend in northern New England,” says weather.com. It is almost June and it certainly does not look like global warming or the kind of climate change that has government officials sounding like idiots.
Decarbonization refers to shifting from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources, and improving energy efficiency, in order to cut planet-warming emissions to a net zero. Rachel Kyte, the World Bank’s special envoy for climate change, said to decarbonize economies, "we will need to begin with extraordinary ambition at the end of this year" in Paris where countries are due to agree a new global deal to tackle climate change.
They keep hoping for an agreement and they have the meetings every year but because what they are selling is surreal it just does not happen. President Obama had it all wrong in his recent commencement address at the United States Coast Guard Academy in New London, Connecticut. He warned that climate change “deniers” endanger our national security – insisting that denial “undermines the readiness of our forces.” The climate is changing but they label those who do not agree that humans are responsible for a warming of the earth as threats to national security. What is going on is pitiable to say the least. We have pathetic politicians and even Popes raising the flag of global warming in a cooling world.
We do have violent climate change. Hardly a day goes by without a report of another natural disaster. The earth herself is bellowing out tremendous amounts of sun blocking pollution through her vents that we call volcanoes. The sun is quiet and the cosmic radiation is intensifying creating more cloud cover and it all is adding up to violent climate change.
Many politicians are telling us the entire future of mankind rests on doing something about manmade global warming. However in the very near future, as it gets colder, we will be envious of the warming world promised to us. The global warming fanatics are being caught naked by the weather, which is reported in all localities of the world.
It’s been 3,503 days since a Category 3 or greater hurricane has made landfall in the U.S., according to storm data but that does not stop Obama from constantly warning that because of global warming we are going to have more frequent and powerful hurricanes attacking the United States.
In a warming world we would not expect to hear news about increasing and record breaking ice formation in Antarctica. Expanding sea ice threatening the viability of Australia’s Mawson Antarctic research station, warns Rob Wooding, general manager of the Australian Antarctic Division’s Operations Branch.12 May 2015 – Satellite observations show a new daily record being set for Antarctic sea ice every day for the past two weeks. Annual records have also been broken every year for the past three years.
Prepare for New Mini Ice Age
“However, if you think it’s cold here in the Southwest now, you should have been around back in the days when the Spanish, Mexicans and Anglos settled in the region, during the period scientists call the "Little Ice Age." A world-wide phenomenon that lasted from the 15th century well into the 19th century, the Little Ice Age brought frigid winter weather and powerful storms to many parts of the world. In Europe, England’s Thames River and the Netherlands’ canals and streams often froze over, setting a tableau for ice skating. Europe’s Atlantic coast suffered winter storms of violent and bone-chilling winds and torrential rains. In Iceland, miles of sea ice surrounded the shorelines of the island like a massive collar, shutting down marine traffic. In New York City in 1780, the harbor froze over, offering residents a frigid walk from Manhattan to Staten Island. In our Southwestern region, the icy winters and substantially foreshortened and drier growing seasons may have forced the Puebloan Indians to give up agriculture in many areas,” writes Jay Sharp.