We are living on a rapidly cooling planet, people are dying from the cold, yet there are politicians, governmental organizations and a host of people who have swallowed the global warming hysteria. Obama was such a one but President Trump put a stop to his foolishness and within an hour of taking office deleted Obama`s White House web page on the subject.
Obama, and many other politicians around the world deliberately turned millions of minds to mush with their ridiculous assertions that NASA does not support. It will not be long before a whole class of people will be persecuted (in an ideal world that does not exist) and justifiably brought to trial for attempting the biggest scam in history. (See essay ‘Bone Chilling Cold – NASA Knew it was Coming’ tomorrow.)
Obama specifically will be made to look like the biggest fool on the planet as real scientists, whose work has been repressed, begin to get their say under President Trump. Everyone who blindly believed Obama will also get exposed for their naivete.
Professor Valentina Zharkova at Northumbria University is just one example of a scientist being attacked by global warming proponents for publishing research suggesting there could be a 35-year period of low solar activity that could usher in an “ice age.” Zharkova and her team of researchers released a study on sunspot modeling, finding that solar activity could fall to levels not seen since the so-called “Little Ice Age” of the 1600s. She is just one of many scientists who have warned us but presidents and Popes have just chosen to ignore them.
The warnings are coming in from all corners that climate change is real and is already hitting earth`s populations exceptionally hard. Many of today’s politicians face an intellectual massacre for instead of the record warming that NOAA has repeatedly been publishing we have extraordinary amounts of snow and cold.
It is snowing with incredible ferocity in the northern hemisphere.
In many places, almost too numerous to mention, we have blizzards and dangerously low temperatures which have left villages cut off, cities paralyzed, power and water outages, frozen rivers and lakes, grounded flights, cancelled trains, delayed ferries and closed roads. How is it that little to none of this is getting into the news? What you will read below should dazzle your mind as much about what is happening in the real world as much as highlight how deep the manipulation of reality goes in the mainstream press. In terms of climate change they lie by hiding all the pertinent information.
Want to get a preview of what it is going to be like for the next few decades? Tottori Prefecture in Japan received a full years’ worth of snow in one day. Japan is completely paralyzed along leeward side of the country. Plus, near record-low temperatures pushing minus 30 C.
The California snow pack already 200 percent of normal ending the drought. The more than 10 feet of snow that have fallen in the Sierra over the past week should be a dream come true for ski resorts however there’s too much snow to ski. Wednesday road closures and avalanche threats kept most resorts closed for the third day in a row as a blizzard continued to batter the Sierra with as much as 4 feet of snow in the past 24 hours in the upper elevations.
Ice on the Danube at the Dalj Bend is four meters (13 ft) thick. The Sahara Desert blanketed by SNOW as a meter of the white stuff covers sand dunes. We have the lowest temps in Moscow in 120 years and from the end of October to January 26 the Russian Capital received 217 cm (almost 8 ft) of snow. This is the most snow to have fallen by January 26 in the last 20 years. In Winnipeg they had the snowiest December in more than 100 years.
We just had history in Slovakia, the coldest night ever. The temperature in Dudince fell to -30,3C, an absolute low from start of measuring in 1977. We have record lows in the Maritimes with one location beating a record low from 1880. The Black Sea freeze for first time in 62 years. Gee, it really is sounding like the warmest year ever but even on the west coast of the United States we see that they are having the coldest winter on record in Hillsboro, Oregon – 2nd coldest on record in Portland.
On the other side of the world there is so much snow in parts of India that the Kashmir Valley has been cut off from the outside world. Heavy snowfall has cut off roads and disrupted power and communications in Kashmir, and authorities have issued avalanche warnings in many areas. Why is there so much snow? One explanation is that as the solar winds diminish cosmic rays increasingly touch down on earth. Scientists at the Danish National Space Center proposed a theory that cosmic rays increase cloud cover, thus reducing global temperatures and possibly increasing precipitation at the same time.
The Cold is going to Cost
In parts of Canada, as a herald of future energy consumption necessary to stay warm, we see natural gas usage tied for a province-wide record. “What that means is basically because it was so cold, people had to turn up their thermostats.” The price of natural gas in southern France has also reached record highs as sustained cold weather has exacerbated tight supplies.
Record gas use in Alaska came on Jan. 19, when temperatures dropped to below minus 20 (-29C) in Anchorage and below minus 40 (-40C) in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough. The utility moved 253 million cubic feet of gas that day to keep houses and buildings warm, beating the previous high for one day of 235 million cubic feet set in January 2009. Typical use in January is about 158 million cubic feet per day.
Costs of the increasing snow fall will come from many directions including crop losses. As much as $100 million in damages after dozens of onion storage sheds and facilities collapse during the harshest winter in memory. The buildings collapsed under the weight of up to 40 inches of snow that buried Idaho and Eastern Oregon.
It is going to get more expensive to keep warm in the northern latitudes as temperatures continue to decline in the coming years. This is not good of course. Neither is all the money towns, counties, cities and states do not have to keep the roads clear. Placer County road crews in California worked around the clock, plowing the roads of snow enough times during the week to travel a total of 17,000 miles, or 70 percent of the way around the globe.
What`s Going on in the Southern Hemisphere where it is Summer?
In New Zealand, they are asking, “Whatever happened to summer?” Cardrona Alpine Resort woke up to its heaviest summer snowfall in living memory yesterday, 30cm covering the base. Temperatures dropped to -2degC overnight and snow continued falling for most of the day.