Nov 02 09:08

Snow, Storm Winds to Slam Northeast in Early Winter Blast

An arctic blast that dumped historic early snow on parts of Tennessee, the Carolinas, and Georgia will bring a wintry storm to the Northeast on Sunday, forecasters said. Strong winds and rain mixing with snow could lead to power outages, coastal flooding and breach erosion in southeast New England, including Boston, said the Weather Channel’s Michael Palmer. Up to one foot of snow is expected in northern and eastern Maine before the storm moves into Maritime Canada on Sunday night and Monday.

Meanwhile freezing temperatures will grip the country for another day – all the way from the Great Lakes to south Florida. Record lows are possible for the South Sunday morning and in Florida, including areas all the way down to near Miami.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Looks like I called it back in September; another hard winter, and already the carbonazis are screaming, "You don't GET it! Human-caused global warming CAUSES record cold! You HAVE to pay a Carbon Tax. You HAVE to pay a Carbon Tax. You HAVE to pay a Carbon Tax!"

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Nov 02 08:54

Incredible early-season snow slams the Southeast, impacts felt across eastern U.S.

Snow to start November in South Carolina? Basically unheard of. Until today.

The snow is not just the mountains either. An extremely unusual cold pocket of air has brought record early-season snow to low-elevation spots like Columbia, South Carolina. In the Smoky Mountains, and surrounding parts of the Appalachians, measurements well past one foot have been recorded.

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Nov 02 08:31

'Leaders must act': UN panel issues stark climate change warning

"Science has spoken. There is no ambiguity in their message. Leaders must act. Time is not on our side," UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said at the report's launch in Copenhagen.

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Nov 01 21:20

Roads closed in Great Smoky Mountains park because of snow

Rangers in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park have closed roads and evacuated campsites due to heavy snowfall and icy conditions.

Nov 01 21:19

November snow surprises Southeast

A surprise snow swept across parts of Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina on Saturday, falling on pumpkins and power lines.

Nov 01 21:18

Cold, snow fill final scrimmage of fall for Bucs

When East Tennessee State’s football players woke up Saturday morning and saw snow on the ground, they likely figured their final scrimmage would be one to remember.

It always looks like so much fun when games are played on snow-covered fields with players sliding around on the soft, powdery surface.

Then the homecoming scrimmage began and reality hit like a block from a fullback with a full head of steam.

Along with the snow came temperatures in the 30s and wet conditions on the team’s practice field next to the Center for Physical Activity.

Nov 01 21:17

Snow brings problems to Smokies: Campers evacuated, hiker flown to hospital after injury

An early winter storm brought a barrage of snow to the East Tennessee mountains this weekend, leaving record snowfall numbers and resulting in road closures and evacuations in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.

Nov 01 10:10

MEGA PUKE FACTOR 9 BEX ALERT - Too Hot! Too Cold! Global Warming?

Every time a frigid blast of Arctic air, or an extraordinarily heavy snowfall, or a devastating ice storm hits the Northern Hemisphere, especially off season, all sorts of commentators, principally in America, hit the news wires and blogs with: Uh-Oh! Global Warming?

Webmaster's Commentary: 

As an early snow and record cold settles in for what will be another harsh winter the Carbonazis are already cranking up the USDA Choice bovine excrement about why no amount of snow or ice should ever cause the faithful to doubt the most holy revealed dogma of human-caused global warming!

Nov 01 09:07

Snow to Plaster Appalachians, New England as Cold Arrives

A storm riding a blast of cold air will continue to unleash heavy snow on the central and southern Appalachians Saturday and will turn toward part of New England Saturday night and Sunday.

Heavy wet snow and falling trees could block some roads in parts of the Appalachians.

Even in the absence of heavy snow for the major cities, including along the I-95 corridor, gusty winds can lead to travel problems for a time. Flight delays are possible in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, New York City and Boston.

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Oct 31 09:56

Cadillac Hit With Halloween Snow

Cadillac's was hit with some heavy snow this morning, and it seems to be sticking around.

The snow definitely came as a surprise to many in downtown Cadillac.

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Oct 31 09:55

Wind and snow lead to cancellations and delays at O'Hare

Windy conditions and snow have caused hundreds of flight cancellations and delays Friday at O'Hare International Airport, officials said.

As of 11 a.m., more than 300 flights were reported canceled and delays of up to an hour were reported at O'Hare, according to the Chicago Department of Aviation.

Oct 30 12:08

Snow to Plaster Appalachians, New England as Cold Arrives

A storm riding a blast of cold air will unleash heavy snow on the central and southern Appalachians Saturday and will turn toward part of New England by Sunday.

Oct 30 08:31

'Bad, Bad Science': Weather Channel Founder Says Climate Change Is a Myth

Many officials in the Obama administration - including Secretary of State John Kerry and President Obama himself - have repeatedly hammered home the message that climate change is one of mankind's greatest threats.

According to Weather Channel co-founder John Coleman, however, there is no scientific proof that supports man-made climate change.

Oct 29 08:03

First snow of the season may hit New England on Halloween

Mother Nature has a trick up her sleeve for Halloween this year, as a cold front plunging southeast out of Canada will help create a storm system just off the coast of the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast. This storm is likely to produce the first accumulating snow of the winter season from the Appalachians to to the Adirondack Mountains. It may also bring the first flakes of the season to Boston, Massachusetts and several other cities.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I spent my childhood in New Hampshire. Snow was something we looked for after Thanksgiving and before Christmas. Snow on Halloween was something that never happened!

Oct 29 07:29

Central Bankers Demand Insurers Assess Climate Risks Despite Lull In Extreme Weather

The Bank of England is demanding about 30 insurance companies assess the risks that global warming poses to their balance sheets, despite reports of a lull in natural disasters and healthy profit margins in the industry.

Oct 27 08:17

AccuWeather: Wichita can expect plenty of snow this winter

Snow shovels and snow plows should be busy this winter in Wichita.

So says AccuWeather, which is predicting about 24 inches of snow this winter for Wichita. That’s about 70 percent more than Wichita’s average winter – which is about 15 inches – and slightly more than last winter’s total.

Oct 27 08:16

The s-word appears in the forecast for CNY: Snow

When even the normally cautious National Weather Service is talking about snow a week away, it's time to pay attention.

Oct 27 08:16

Halloween Forecast: Snow, Cold to Blast Great Lakes

Highs over the Northeast will be 5-15 degrees below average with RealFeel® temperatures in the middle 40s to low 50s along the East Coast and mid-Atlantic and the 30s over the interior Northeast as trick-or-treaters venture out on Friday evening.

Oct 27 08:15

Chance of snow in forecast for Metro Detroit

A warm, rainy Tuesday followed by cooler temperatures this week will lead to a 30 percent chance of snow Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

Oct 24 05:09

EU leaders agree CO2 emissions cut

EU leaders have reached a landmark deal to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 40% by 2030, compared with 1990 levels.

The binding decision came after heated discussions at a summit in Brussels, as some members had argued that their varied interests should be protected.

Correspondents say the final deal is a compromise between countries that rely heavily on coal, and those willing to instil greater emissions cuts

Oct 23 09:02

John Bolaris: Siberian snow could be early predictor of Philly winter

How deep is the snow in a northern region of Russia on the other side of the world?

It may seem like an odd question, but one of the factors that goes into a long-range winter outlook for Philadelphia's upcoming winter season is the amount of snow cover piling up this time of the year in Siberia.

And as it just so happens, Siberia's snow cover is rapidly increasing. This is significant because it's one of the signals that could lead to a potentially colder winter here.

Oct 23 06:43

Climate change PROVED to be 'nothing but a lie', claims top meteorologist

John Coleman, who co-founded the Weather Channel, shocked academics by insisting the theory of man-made climate change was no longer scientifically credible.

Instead, what 'little evidence' there is for rising global temperatures points to a 'natural phenomenon' within a developing eco-system.

In an open letter attacking the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, he wrote: "The ocean is not rising significantly.

"The polar ice is increasing, not melting away. Polar Bears are increasing in number.

"Heat waves have actually diminished, not increased. There is not an uptick in the number or strength of storms (in fact storms are diminishing).

"I have studied this topic seriously for years. It has become a political and environment agenda item, but the science is not valid."

Oct 17 07:59

First Snow Since Spring Falls on Oslo, Norway

Oslo, Norway, had an early taste of winter on Thursday as snow returned.

Oct 16 09:18

Polar vortex will likely make a return this winter, says Accuweather

“Cold air will surge into the Northeast in late November, but the brunt of the season will hold off until January and February,” they write. “The polar vortex, the culprit responsible for several days of below-zero temperatures last year, will slip down into the region from time to time, delivering blasts of arctic air.”

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"So remember; think "Polar Vortex" and don't ever, ever, EVER, let all that snow and ice cause you to doubt for the teensiest instant the most holy revealed dogma of human-caused global warming and my need for a carbon tax. Or you'll get a bitch-slap that will make what happened to Galileo look like a parking ticket!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Oct 15 16:00

Severe frosts will be more frequent due to man-made greenhouse gas: scientists

They say greenhouse gases in the atmosphere were changing the way high pressure systems formed and moved, causing severe frost problems for farmers.

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More of the "human caused global warming creates cold weather" crap!

Oct 14 11:34

Sydney region hit by snow, wind, rain

About 30,000 homes are without power and wind gusts of 160kmh have been recorded south of the city. As well, there have been snow storms in the Blue Mountains, the ABC reports.

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Mind you, this is their Spring!

Oct 14 11:33

Storm brings October snow to Hawaii island mountains

A winter weather advisory remains in effect for Big Island summits after several inches of snow fell Monday afternoon and evening and covered summit roads.

"Snow and freezing fog overnight has left the summit road icy," the National Weather Service said. "The icy road will make driving hazardous until temperatures rise high enough to melt the ice."

The summit road is closed and the advisory is in effect until noon.

Oct 14 09:41

Snow removal budgets beefed up as towns prepare for winter

Long Island town and city governments, battered by last winter's snow removal costs, are budgeting more money for sand, salt, labor and equipment to avoid coming up short again next year.

Oct 14 09:21

Mauna Loa, Mauna Kea summits could see 3 inches of snow by Tuesday

Up to 3 inches of snow could fall on the Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea summits by early Tuesday, the National Weather Service in Honolulu says. - See more at:

Oct 13 08:10

Colorado Mountains Brace for Snow

The calendar may say it's the fall season, but the weatherman says it's time to brace for some wintery weather in Colorado.

Oct 13 08:10

Rain, snow blowing in to Western Washington

The snow level is expected as low as 5,000 feet by Wednesday which would leave the first significant snow of the season on the Mount Baker Highway, Washington Pass on the North Cascades Highway, Paradise at Mount Rainier and Hurricane Ridge on the Olympic Peninsula.

Oct 13 08:10

Get ready for snow!

Glazer informed the crowd that the woolly worms have been predicting the weather since 1997 with “108 percent correct” accuracy. Last year, the woolly worms predicted we would have a harsh winter. This year, they are predicting the same slow start but heavy finish.

It looks like snow is definitely coming!

Oct 13 08:09

Here it is: S-N-O-W in the mountains

The National Weather Service says the Sawtooths and the mountains around McCall got a light dusting of snow Saturday night. But it appears to still be hanging around.

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FLASHBACK, March 20, 2000!

Oct 12 08:14

Early winter forecast points to lots of snow

Far out in the tropical Pacific Ocean and high above North America, nature appears to be stirring up another cold and snowy winter for Delaware and the Mid-Atlantic.

The prediction from State College, Pa.-based Accuweather Inc. is among the earliest to arrive in this year's crop of cold season outlooks. Although other forecasting agencies and scientists are more inclined to hedge for now, Accuweather expert senior meteorologist Bob Smerbeck said Friday that his company's weather models are pointing to a no-compromises winter in the Northeast.

Oct 12 08:14

Snow, ice, accidents, close I-70 near Eisenhower Tunnel

Icy and snow packed roads have caused "a number of spinouts and a number of minor accidents,"CDOT spokesman Brian Jordon said at about 8:15 a.m.

Oct 11 15:59

Freezing warning out for metro Detroit counties

Break out the warm gloves -- parts of Metro Detroiters will see freezing weather early Saturday.

The National Weather Service in White Lake Township has issued a freeze warning from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. for Livingston, Oakland, Macomb and Washtenaw counties.

Oct 09 15:16

Whiteface Mountain may get first snow of East

A light dusting of snow could be seen Thursday morning on Whiteface Mountain.

Publicists at the Olympic Regional Development Authority were billing it as the first snow of the season in the East and using that as a preview for the season.

Oct 09 05:58

Storm Team 8 predicts above average snow, cold

Meteorologist Matt Kirkwood predicts this winter will be both colder and snowier than average.

Oct 08 08:09

Ocala, Florida breaks 84-year old cold record

Children were bundled at bus stops. Workers left home in sweaters and light jackets. Heat pumps switched on earlier than normal.

Monday morning, the temperature dipped to 49 degrees in Ocala - a record low for the day.

The previous record was 50 degrees, set in 1930. The official measuring site is the city water plant at Southeast 36th Avenue just north of Maricamp Road.

Oct 08 08:08

Definitive data on the global warming climate change scam

There is only one piece of US climate data which correlates with CO2 - the amount of data tampering NCDC is applying to US temperature.

Oct 07 10:47

Weather warning for snow in Lincolnshire during November

North Lincolnshire could be in for its worst winter in decades, with heavy snow in November.

Freezing conditions and strong winds will combinbe to create severe blizzards, forecasters suggest.

There is even talk of record-breaking November snowfalls.

Oct 07 08:09

Winter weather returns; snow pack may be here to stay

The snow that blanketed the Interior this weekend may be the beginning of the seasonal snow pack.

This past weekend’s storms dropped between a few inches and a foot of snow in parts of the Interior. The amount of snowfall will likely determine whether you see brown earth again before springtime.

Oct 07 06:48

Climate Science: Is it Currently Designed to Answer Questions?

When an issue becomes a vital part of a political agenda, as is the case with climate, then the politically desired position becomes a goal rather than a consequence of scientific research. This paper will deal with the origin of the cultural changes and with specific examples of the operation and interaction of these factors. In particular, we will show how political bodies act to control scientific institutions, how scientists adjust both data and even theory to accommodate politically correct positions, and how opposition to these positions is disposed of.

Oct 06 11:12

Chicago Gets Third Earliest Snow on Record

On Saturday, October 4, unseasonably cold weather brought Chicago the third earliest snow flurries on record.

Oct 06 10:44

US Hot Weather In A Death Spiral

The percentage of 90 degree days in the US is plummeting, and has been near record lows the past two summers.

But it worse than it seems. The coolest summer was 1992 – which was caused by particulates blocking the sun after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo.

Oct 06 08:16

Natural Gas is No Solution for Reducing CO2

President Obama's energy plan to reduce carbon emissions positions natural gas as the great bridge fuel, as its carbon emissions are half that of coal. Other coal still accounts for 39 percent of U.S. electricity generation. Natural gas extraction through fracking is booming, so much so that the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission this week approved the highly contested $3.8 billion Cove Point natural gas processing and export facility, located in the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland. This is the third such natural gas facility that the U.S. Department of Energy has approved this month.

Oct 05 08:42

Snow arrives early in Northwoods

Parts of Wisconsin saw their first flakes of snow for the season Saturday morning as temperatures dipped below freezing.

The accumulating snow was basically confined to the Northwoods where as much as eight-tenths of an inch was detected in Arbor Vitae in Vilas County. Antigo in Langlade County recorded one-tenth of an inch.

Pictures were submitted to FOX 11 by viewers and posted on Facebook.

The first snowfall arrived nearly a month ahead of when residents usually experience any accumulation.

Oct 05 08:41

Cold weather, light snow hit Twin Cities

The National Weather Service reported snowfall in Waterloo Friday, saying the snow fall ties a record set in 1999.
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Even though the snow fell to less than 0.1 of an inch, this is the earliest snow has fallen in Waterloo in 15 years.

Oct 05 08:41

Q-C gets a trace of snow early Saturday

The National Weather Service reported snowfall in Waterloo Friday, saying the snow fall ties a record set in 1999.
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Even though the snow fell to less than 0.1 of an inch, this is the earliest snow has fallen in Waterloo in 15 years.

Oct 05 08:40

It's been 15 years since this happened in one Iowa town

The National Weather Service reported snowfall in Waterloo Friday, saying the snow fall ties a record set in 1999.
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Even though the snow fell to less than 0.1 of an inch, this is the earliest snow has fallen in Waterloo in 15 years.

Oct 05 07:47

Snow falls in Rockford, just misses record

Snow is making an appearance in Rockford earlier in the fall than all but one time since they started keeping records.

Oct 05 07:47

Cold Temps Set Record as Snow Arrives in Chicago

The city set a temperature record with O'Hare Airport recording a high of 47 degrees, marking the lowest maximum high temperature in 79 years, the NWS reported.

Oct 05 07:46

Say it ain't snow

It may be the first week of October, but already snow was falling in Michigan's lower peninsula on Saturday.

Oct 05 07:46

Light snow sweeps in, third earliest on record

Light snow followed a cold front into the Chicago area Saturday morning, the third earliest we've seen a trace of the stuff dating back to 1881.

Oct 05 06:58

Consumers 'picking up bill'

Consumers have been left to pick up the bill for "poorly conceived and managed" contracts worth £16.6 billion for renewable energy, MPs have warned.

Oct 04 06:44

BEX ALERT - Catch this year's autumn leaf spectacle, because it may not be back

The quiet hamlets of Vermont are transformed at this time of year. Verdant hills begin to pop with new hues: scarlet and crimson, gold and orange. Comparisons to a blazing fire are hard to avoid.

Tourists follow these colours, staying in quaint inns and snapping photographs of red barns in green fields, framed by bursts of autumn leaves. Known as “leaf peepers” in the US, they flock to New England every autumn where they wind their ways along normally quiet country roads. Elsewhere they seek out golden larches in the Alps, wild cherry in Britain, and maple and ginkgo in Japan.

As temperatures rise across the globe, these traditions are under threat.

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The update version of "Snowfalls are now a thing of the past."

Oct 04 06:39

Summertime Snow in U.S.? Unusual but It Happens

Climate skeptics might pounce on the September snow as a rebuttal to global warming, but the early snow that hit parts of South Dakota and other states Thursday and Friday, while uncommon, is not unheard of.

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The important point isn't that summer snow " while uncommon, is not unheard of." It is that back in 2000 the global warming carbonazis were claiming that snow and ice were a thing of the past, due to human-caused global warming!

There followed several record setting winters, and we are headed into yet another one! And still they are pushing this human-caused global warming scam because the US Government did not get the expected windfall of new tax revenues from another scam, Obamacare, and is going to hit you all with a carbon tax as soon as the mid-term elections are over!

Oct 04 06:01

Fake Global Warming

Oct 03 11:17

Photos: Peak fall foliage, pristine snow adorn Colorado mountains

The scenery at the idyllic Colorado ski resorts right now is maddeningly beautiful. As if peak fall color wasn’t spectacular enough, a recent early winter-like storm deposited a gorgeous blanket of white in the high terrain. The contrast between the radiant golden aspens and the fresh powder is simply sublime.

Oct 03 11:17

First snow could come overnight

Southern Wisconsin could see the first snowflakes of the season late Friday night or early Saturday morning.

Oct 03 11:17

Snow Flurries Could Fall In Far Northern Suburbs

Don’t kill the messenger. Winter is more than two months away, but some parts of northern Illinois could get their first taste of snow Friday night.

Oct 03 11:14

Snow flurries in Iowa on Friday

today KCCI Meteorologist Metinka Slater used the word "snow" when talking about the Friday forecast.

Oct 03 11:14

Forecasters say some Minnesotans could wake up Saturday to a blanket of snow

Forecasts say some Minnesotans could wake up to a blanket of fall snow Saturday — the first accumulating snow of the season.

The National Weather Service says about 2 inches of snow could fall overnight Friday in northern Minnesota. Less than an inch is forecast for central and southern Minnesota.

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Oct 03 10:19

A rare debate on the “settled science” of climate change

Formal debates on the theory of human-caused warming are somewhat rare in our society today. Former Vice President Al Gore stated on the CBS Early Show on May 31, 2006:

...the debate among the scientists is over. There is no more debate. We face a planetary emergency. There is no more scientific debate among serious people who’ve looked at the science...Well, I guess in some quarters, there’s still a debate over whether the moon landing was staged in a movie lot in Arizona, or whether the earth is flat instead of round.

Oct 03 07:46

Media hyped walrus climate scare stories debunked

Zoologist Dr. Susan Crockford weighs in:

Mass haulouts of Pacific walrus and stampede deaths are not new, not due to low ice cover

‘The attempts by WWF and others to link this event to global warming is self-serving nonsense that has nothing to do with science…this is blatant nonsense and those who support or encourage this interpretation are misinforming the public.’

Oct 03 06:59

Lunacy from British Doctors: “Climate Change is worse than Ebola”

The BMJ (British Medical Journal), one of the oldest and most distinguished medical journals in the world, has categorically stated that climate change is a more serious issue than Ebola.

According to Fiona Godlee, editor in chief of the BMJ
“Deaths from Ebola infection, tragic and frightening though they are, will pale into insignificance when compared with the mayhem we can expect for our children and grandchildren if the world does nothing to check its carbon emissions. And action is needed now.”

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Sep 29 19:23

First snowfall of the season at Mount Charleston

The view toward the Spring Mountains reminds us all that fall has officially arrived across the region.

A dusting of snow fell up at Mount Charleston on Sunday night, as more cool air spilled in around a lingering area of low pressure.

Sep 29 12:12

Early snow blankets Sierra Nevada, delighting drought-weary California

The first snow of the season dumped up to 3 inches along the Lake Tahoe Basin, forcing authorities to shut down California 108 at Sonora Pass, which remained closed Monday, said Tom Dang, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Sacramento.

Sep 29 07:39

Astronauts Who Helped Kickstart Environmental Movement Say Climate Change is 'Bogus'

Their stunning images of a fragile Earth seen from space helped start the global environmental movement, but, speaking at the Starmus science festival in Tenerife, astronauts Charlie Duke and Walter Cunningham declared that research into climate change is "bogus" and claim their photographs were exploited by environment campaigners.

According to today's Sunday Times, Duke, who took pictures of Earth aboard an Apollo 16 mission in 1972, and later became a Christian, told the conference: "Climate science is bogus. The world has got no warmer for more than 15 years. It is a great irony that the images taken on the Apollo mission have been used in this way. We helped to start it [the environmental movement] but I do not agree with it."

Walter Cunningham, who was aboard Apollo 7 in 1968, said: "Climate change is one of the greatest scientific fiascos of all time."

Sep 29 07:38

Ex-minister Owen Paterson warns climate change fears more damaging to the planet than global warming

Former Environment Secretary Owen Paterson has warned measures to tackle climate change could be more damaging than global warming itself.

The ex-Tory minister added the pause in global temperatures rising each year has been so long it is “old to enough to vote”.

Sep 27 20:43

Global warming stalls -- but not demands for cash

Barack Obama attended last week’s United Nations climate change conference. It would be odd if he didn’t – it was hosted in New York this year.

But many world leaders didn’t bother. China, India, Germany, Russia – some of the world’s largest economies, and largest emitters of carbon dioxide – just couldn’t be bothered.

Instead, celebrity spokesmodels took their place, actors like Leonardo DiCaprio and Mark Ruffalo. They’re probably more interesting to the media anyways.

Sep 27 10:40


Monday, the day after the big climate march, was the day that climate activists chose to have a demonstration, including acts of civil disobedience, against Wall Street. The people were demonstrating there with full understanding that unregulated, rapacious capitalism was the cause of the destruction of the earth and Wall Street is the epicenter of these destructive corporations. The action was named, FLOOD WALL ST. The plan was to meet at Battery Park at the southern tip of Manhattan, wear blue (representing water), walk to Wall St. and have a massive sit-in there. On the bus going down Broadway we could see very many police on the streets in the area, particularly on Wall St., they were clearly prepared for an invasion.

Sep 27 08:45

Snow in Tahoe!!

Welcome back, Slope Dope faithful! The first snow of the season was recorded in the Sierra today, marking the unofficial, superficial beginning of the 2014-2015 season.

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Sep 26 13:04

DHS Takes On Climate Change

Protecting the infrastructure of American cities from the effects of climate change is rising on the agenda of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, according to a top agency official.

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Oh, puhleeze!

Sep 26 11:32

French President Hollande Says ‘ISIS Terror Caused by Global Warming’

At the UN in New York, Hollande insistently claimed, even passionately claimed that global warming has driven millions of persons from their previously stable lives, making them more receptive to Islamic, or Crony Islamic terrorism. Hollande traced a direct link between global warming (now called “climate change”) and terrorism.

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C'était le requin!

Sep 26 05:57

Climate changers criticized for taking fossil-fuel money while calling for divestment

Another climate-change group is being accused of hypocrisy for accepting fossil-fuel funding even as its leaders call for others to divest from coal, oil and natural gas.

It turns out, founded by author and activist Bill McKibben, has long relied on donations from the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, according to a Thursday report in Oil Sands Fact Check.

Sep 25 08:55

Green Journalism; Mainstream Media Creating Climate Stories

The Guardian story is another in a stream of articles in the mainstream media, apparently designed to counter growing public and political awareness that IPCC science is wrong. Increasingly, they take the form used by a person or group losing an argument. It is known as an ad hominem, defined as “attacking an opponent’s character rather than answering the arguments.” It usually applies to an individual, but the modern form is collective. You identify a group with a name, such as “birther”,“conspiracy theorist”, “global warming skeptic”, or “climate change denier”, which marginalizes them and destroys their credibility. Is a collective ad hominem an oxymoron? It is further evidence of the political nature of the climate debate. As US commentator, George Will, said, “When a politician says the debate is over, you can be sure of two things; the debate is raging; and he’s losing it.”

Sep 24 15:17

Climate March

Sep 24 10:32

Climate change scam? UN seeks to separate Americans from their cash

With President Barack Obama in attendance, along with his Secretary of State John Kerry, the United Nations' Climate Summit in New York on Monday and Tuesday got down to what the world's political bigwigs are really after: not reducing greenhouse gases, but reducing the incomes of citizens of the planet's most successful nations, especially the United States.

The executive secretary of the UN's Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), Christiana Figueres, told the leaders of the world's industrialized countries that they should dig deeper into their pockets and turn over a greater portion of their wealth to pay for a more comprehensive the climate change bill.

Sep 24 09:27

Largest Climate-Change March in History Unlikely to Convince Idiots

“Look, if hundreds of thousands of people want to march about something, it’s a free country,” said Carol Foyler, an idiot from Kenosha, Wisconsin. “But let me ask them something: if the climate is really getting warmer, why was it so cold up here last winter?”

Sep 24 09:02

Global Warming Causes Global Cooling?

Do politicians who promote currently popular theories of global warming have any idea of the unsettled status of climate science or any idea of how science actually proceeds? They don’t seem to. They don’t express the appropriate skepticism and doubts. They act as if they are sure. Al Gore has always acted as if he were dead certain about global warming. He’s been so sure that he’d make firm predictions and recommend enormous economic changes. He’s an example of the ignorance of politicians when it comes to scientific matters. Can we trust scientists to be more objective? Unfortunately, we cannot, and especially not when their incentives are skewed by government grants.

Sep 24 07:45

BREAKING NEWS: New Evidence Points to Shifting Winds on Ocean Currents Cause of Temperatures Shifts

A new study released Monday found that warming temperatures in Pacific Ocean waters off the coast of North America over the past century closely followed natural changes in the wind - not increases in greenhouse gases related to global warming.

Sep 23 15:31

Hulk Actor: Questioning Gore & DiCaprio’s carbon footprint ‘defies the spirit’ of the climate march – ‘That is a question you shouldn’t be asking here today’

Actor Mark Ruffalo declared certain questions off limits to the media today at the People’s Climate March in New York City.

Sep 23 15:30

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. Wants To Jail His Political Opponents – Accuses Koch Brothers of ‘Treason’ – ‘They ought to be serving time for it’

Kennedy Jr. on climate skeptics: ‘I wish there were a law you could punish them with. I don’t think there is a law that you can punish those politicians under’

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Robert F. Kennedy Jr. is a carbonazi!

Sep 23 10:43

Snow day!: September 22

A couple of significant snow events have occurred on this date in parts of Upper Michigan. Probably the most remarkable event took place in Marquette where 5.1 inches of snow came down on September 21-22, 1974.

Sep 23 09:53


Hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers took to the streets on Sunday in what was billed as a People’s Climate March. Police estimated there were 600,000 marchers present, many more than the 100,000 which was expected.

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The New York sanitation department is reporting that these "environmentalists" left a huge pile of waste in their wake!

Sep 23 07:52

A former White House science advisor speaks out about “settled science”

Even though human influences could have serious consequences for the climate, they are physically small in relation to the climate system as a whole. For example, human additions to carbon dioxide in the atmosphere by the middle of the 21st century are expected to directly shift the atmosphere’s natural greenhouse effect by only 1% to 2%. Since the climate system is highly variable on its own, that smallness sets a very high bar for confidently projecting the consequences of human influences.

Sep 22 12:27

CLIMATEGATE BEX ALERT - For The First Time In Thousands Of Years, Warm Water Is Flowing into the Arctic Ocean – ‘There is no way to put this into the context of…

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Sure. That's why summer of 2014, the summer Al Gore predicted an ice-free arctic, they had a larger than normal extent!

Sep 22 10:51

Elite approved 'climate change' protests vs all other non-elite approved protests

The climate change meme alone is so inane. It means absolutely nothing. "Fight climate change" That is empty wording that your perception has been manipulated into associating with a whole lot of unrelated information and happenings
The climate always changes..
How is anyone going to fight that which occurs naturally. Has always and will always occur naturally.

Sep 22 08:45

Climate Change, Manufactured Dissent and “Foundation-funded Doomsayers”

Scratching the surface, one finds that the most salient proponents of the carbon-centric global warming worldview are largely dependent on such funding. For example, Bill McKibben, a principal organizer of the People’s Climate March, has built a career around the false notion that minuscule increases in carbon dioxide are a principal cause of “extreme weather” events.

Sep 22 08:13

BEX ALERT - The Coming Climate Revolt

The corporate elites, blinded by their lust for profit and foolish enough to believe they can protect themselves from climate change, will not veer from our path towards ecocide unless they are forced from power. And this means the beginning of a titanic clash between our corporate masters and ourselves.

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This article is pushing the idea that the social order must change to save the world from global warming. Setting aside the futility of basing social change on a failed concept, this article underscores the fact that the Human-Caused Global Warming hysteria was never about the Earth but about controlling people.

Sep 22 08:05

World Leaders To Emit Promises of Hot Air at UN Climate Summit

Professor Chris Williams says a solution to the climate crisis requires a restructuring of the global economy, but when the last opportunity to do so came after the 2008-9 financial crisis, world leaders saved the banks instead

Sep 22 08:02

Alarmists Respond to Summer Freeze with Climate March

Just two days after a summer freeze cut growing seasons prematurely short in New York and New England, global warming activists marched in New York City against global warming.

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Someone put up $200,000 and promote this march, quite a contrast to the usual claims that climate denial is a well-funded conspiracy!

Sep 22 08:00

Antarctica Sea Ice Breaks Surface Record

On September 13, the Antarctic sea-ice recorded the highest surface ever.

Sep 21 14:59

How the People’s Climate March Became a Corporate PR Campaign

I’ve never been to a protest march that advertised in the New York City subway. That spent $220,000 on posters inviting Wall Street bankers to join a march to save the planet, according to one source. That claims you can change world history in an afternoon after walking the dog and eating brunch.

Sep 21 10:02

10 Climate Myths Busted (in 60 seconds!)

Sep 21 09:34

Environmental Researcher: Wind Industry Riddled with 'Absolute Corruption'

A Mexican ecologist has blown the whistle on the corruption, lies and incompetence of the wind industry - and on the massive environmental damage it causes in the name of saving the planet.

Sep 21 08:46

Climate change summit: Thousands join global protests

Protests in many countries to demand urgent action on climate change have kicked off, with over 2,000 marches taking place around the world.

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Note quite the "history making" turnout they were expecting, is it?

Sep 21 08:46

Northern Swedes wake up to September snow

Summer has come to a definite end in Kiruna as residents of the northern town were greeted with a blanket of snow on Sunday morning.

Sep 20 10:22

The Great Global Warming Swindle Full Movie

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Sep 20 09:42


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Tomorrow is the last official say of summer, and already we are seeing reports of higher than normal snowfalls all across the northern hemisphere. But the carbonazis, in their greed to get your carbon tax money, are planning to hold marches in several cities tomorrow, leading up to Obama and Ban Ki Moon's UN climate summit, which most world leaders will NOT be attending!

So, it is time to refresh everyone's memory as to just WHY this whole human-caused global warming hysteria is one of the worst hoaxes ever played on the public to obtain their money and obedience.

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Sep 20 09:36

Heavy snowfall abnormal this time of year

About 20 centimetres of snow fell in Sundre last week, which Environment Canada officials say is abnormal for this time of year.

David Phillips, senior climatologist with Environment Canada, said Sundre receives five centimetres of snow on average throughout the month of September.

Sep 19 12:15

It's snowing in September! Parts of Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana and Colorado hit by freak snowstorm that dumped 20 inches on the ground

As summertime draws to a close across the country, a snowstorm has hit parts of Wyoming dumping up to 20 inches of snow.

The freak summer snowstorm hit parts of Wyoming, South Dakota, Montana and Colorado and left a blanket of snow on the ground as temperatures plummeted to 20 degrees Fahrenheit.

Children took full advantage of the unseasonably cold weather building snowmen in the local park and amusing themselves by pelting each other with snowballs.

Sep 19 12:13

BEX ALERT - The People’s Climate March—and Some Companies’, Too

For those who haven’t heard about the People’s Climate March in New York City this Sunday, here’s some important information, according to the organizers: It will be massive, maybe the largest gathering of its kind, and history-making. The many environmental and labor groups behind the march have put ads on the city’s subways, as well as in the New York Times. They’re calling for “a prosperous, low-carbon future” before next week’s United Nations Climate Summit.

Sep 18 14:47

Scientists for sale

Thom talks to Mike Papantonio, attorney and host of Ring of Fire radio, about new documents that shed light on the Weinberg group’s role in spreading scientific disinformation. The Politics Panel discusses military action against ISIS, Rand Paul’s flip-flop on intervention, the pay gap for women and Bernie Sanders. Thom takes aim at anti-evolutionists – both ISIS and US evangelicals - in a conversation with Bill Keller, founder of

Sep 18 06:26

Climate Change and the Magnificent Achievements of Eco-Propaganda

Today a good deal of what qualifies as propaganda is much more subtle than overt. When an entire civilization or way of life is to be significantly altered the tried-and-true method of “repeating a lie until it becomes truth” needs to be done over a period of many years and in a multitude of varying ways to take hold and change the very assumptions and beliefs of a people.

This process is especially vital for reaching a given society’s more elite demographic—the opinion leaders who perceive themselves as “smarter than the average bear” and thus impervious to simple appeals and indoctrination.

Sep 17 08:29

Say it isn't snow: September flurries hit northwestern Ontario

September snow flurries fell in northwestern Ontario on Wednesday, a week before the first day of fall.

Though the official start to fall is Tuesday, a mix of rain and snow fell in the area surrounding Geraldton, Ont., a community approximately 260 kilometres northeast of Thunder Bay.

Snow was also reported in South Porcupine, Ont., a neighbourhood in Timmins, and as far south as Chapleau, Ont.

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Sep 17 07:54

Obama’s Lonely Climate Summit – world leaders are staying home

Eric Worrall writes: The imminent climate summit in New York is rapidly turning into an utter embarrassment for President Obama and UN Secretary General Bank Ki-Moon, in addition to becoming a bit of a punishment round for national deputy leaders.

Sep 17 07:40

Snow falls at Mount Washington

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The Carbonazis are already putting out articles claiming that summer snow isn't all that unusual and is no reason to doubt the most holy revealed wisdom of human-caused global warming!

Quite a far cry from 2000 when they were claiming that human-caused global warming meant snowfalls were a thing of the past!

Sep 17 07:37

The Collapse of Al Gore's Global Warming Sham

Sep 15 14:16

BEX ALERT - Half of North American bird species threatened by climate change

Half of all bird species in North America — including the bald eagle — are at risk of severe population decline by 2080 if the swift pace of global warming continues, the National Audubon Society concluded in a study released Monday.

Sep 14 07:56

List of excuses for ‘the pause’ in global warming is now up to 52

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"Al Gore's enemies are MAKING all that snow and ice in their kitchen refrigerators!!!!!!"

Sep 14 07:54

German Scientists Ridicule New York Climate Conference As Major World Leaders Decline To Show Up

As opposed to the UN General Secretary, many world leaders have obviously realized that the science is overheated. An increasing number of scientists are distancing themselves explicitly from the catastrophe mindset. After 16 years of no global warming, the basis for trust between policymaking and the IPCC scientists is sustainably disturbed. We believed you and you’ve disappointed us, the scathed politicians bemoan behind closed doors.

So it is little surprise that hardly anyone has the desire to attend the Climate Summit Circus. Already in May, 2014, German Chancellor Angela Merkel respectfully declined -she had other more important appointments. What could they possibly be about? Even today there is still no entry in Merkel’s Online appointment book for the 23rd of September. Perhaps an appointment with the hairdresser that can no longer be put off? Crochet evening with good friends? Let’s keep it a surprise for now.

Sep 13 14:13

Offshore Wind power: Even Germany Can’t get it Right

According to Breitbart, Germany’s flagship Bard 1 offshore wind farm has turned into a bottomless money pit, with stakeholders frantically lawyering up, scrambling to pin the blame and ongoing money hemorrhage onto other parties. BARD Offshore 1 is a 400 megawatt (MW) North Sea offshore wind farm encompassing 80 5-megawatt turbines. Construction was finished in July 2013 and the wind farm was officially inaugurated in August 2013. The wind farm is located 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of the isle Borkum in 40 metres (130 ft) deep water.

Sep 13 13:37

Rare September snow causes damage to trees and power outages in some areas

A late summer snowstorm dropped up to 20 inches of snow in parts of Wyoming.

The rare September snow on Wednesday and Thursday damaged trees and caused power outages in some areas of northern Wyoming.

While the heaviest snow fell in the Big Horn Mountains, the town of Buffalo received as much as 10 inches.

Sep 12 14:17

Michigan's weekend weather: First frost for some, and will skies clear for northern lights?

This weekend will really feel like fall here in Michigan.

There are some things to know about the rainfall, frost chances, and the chance to see northern lights.

First, the most important thing in my mind. There is a 45% chance for a solar storm that may produce northern lights, according to NASA. But the skies have to obviously be clear to see the northern lights. So the first graphic above shows the percent of sky expected to be covered in clouds Saturday night. It should be a mostly clear sky in all of Michigan, except the western U.P. Saturday night will be our best time period to see the northern lights.

Sep 11 10:30

Reader photos - Summer Snow in Alberta

Sep 11 08:22

Ooops! First animal claimed extinct due to ‘climate change’ found ‘alive and well’

In this photo taken Saturday, Aug. 23, 2014 and provided by the Seychelles Islands Foundation (SIF), an adult Aldabra Banded Snail (Rhachistia aldabrae) is examined at the discovery site in dense mixed scrub forest on the coastal fringe of Malabar island, Aldabra Atoll, Seychelles. The Seychelles Islands Foundation says the Aldabra banded snail, previously thought to be extinct, has been rediscovered “alive and well” at the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Aldabra Atoll in the Indian Ocean island nation of Seychelles. (AP Photo/SIF, C. Onezia)

Sep 11 07:57

AGW? Tell that to Calgarians- Two summer snowfalls- Global cooling

Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi says it could take days or weeks to deal with damage caused by the second summer snowstorm to hit Alberta this month.

As most Canadians ease into autumn, residents of southern Alberta are contending with massive power outages, downed tree branches and slippery roads after yet another early blast of winter snow.

The amount of damage has not yet been assessed, Nenshi said, but warned cleanup wasn't going to happen overnight.

"We don't have a sense of it yet, but certainly, depending on the part of the city you're in ... I was shocked at the damage," he said, speaking at the city's emergency operations center.

Sep 10 17:16

Summer snow blankets Rockies from Canada to Colorado

Snow? Already?

That's what people from Canada to Colorado are saying after a late-summer snowstorm blanketed parts of the Rocky Mountains on Wednesday.

Sep 10 08:55

An Unsettling Climate

Climate-change science is “settled,” say proponents of anthropogenic (human-induced) global warming, or AGW: the earth is getting warmer, and human activities are the reason. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), set up by the United Nations in 1988, has issued five assessment reports since its founding. In its most recent, in 2013, the IPCC stated that it was now “95 to 100 percent certain” that human activities—especially fossil-fuel emissions—are the primary drivers of planetary warming. Frequent news reports—such as the story of the melting of the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, a process that some scientists say is irreversible—seemingly confirm these conclusions.

Sep 09 11:40

The Star with the Franklin search: How the Franklin wreck was finally found

First, the heaviest Arctic sea ice in years had to block a flotilla of seven vessels, including smaller survey boats that carry high-tech submersibles — the largest mission ever assembled to search for Erebus and Terror.

Unable to group together in what looked like the more promising northern search zone in Erebus Bay, government and privately funded vessels had to spend more time south of Victoria Strait.

They kept cursing the ice.

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But, but, but ... Al Gore said there would be no ice up there this summer!!!!!!

Sep 09 06:55

Big Wind’s Last Gasp?

Despite record installations in 2012, and eking out a 1-year, $12 billion extension of the wind production tax credit (PTC), new wind capacity last year fell to just 1,087 megawatts, a level not seen in more than a decade.

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Over the Labor Day weekend, my wife and I drove around Oahu, because we had not done it in a while, and that was the first time we saw the wind farm at Kahuku actually working (except for one wind turbine that was clearly broken).

Sep 08 10:13

New data backs 'ice age' prediction

As the United Nations prepares for its 2014 Climate Summit in New York this month with an agenda to advance a new carbon-emissions regulatory agreement to supersede the 1997 Kyoto Protocol, the Russian scientist who correctly predicted the lack of global warming over the past 19 years has gained new scientific support for his belief that Earth is in the beginning of a prolonged ice age.

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Sep 08 08:51

September snow in the forecast for Calgary

Monday's weather forecast is sure to get a chilly reception in Calgary, with Environment Canada projecting single-digit temperatures and a chance of rain turning to snow in southern Alberta.

The mercury is expected to plummet from a balmy high of 25 Celsius on Sunday down to a predicted high of just 2 Celsius on Monday. The sudden plunge is due to a cold Arctic air mass blowing through the region, Environment Canada says.

The weather watchdog issued a special weather statement Sunday warning of the possible first snowfall of the season.

Sep 07 15:09

Barrow, Alaska, Snow: Winter Arrives Early In America's Northernmost City

Barrow, Alaska, was blanketed by its first significant snowfall of the season Tuesday, turning the town into a winter wonderland just one day after Labor Day.

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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming! :)

Sep 07 14:42

Say goodbye to summer! Snow comes a month early with SEVEN states due to drop into freezing conditions over the next week thanks to another Polar Vortex

Winter weather isn't waiting for the calendar to say when it's time to hit the northern U.S. this year, with snowfall predicted across as many as seven states by Tuesday.

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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming! :)

Sep 06 08:21

John Kerry: Scripture Says U.S. Should Protect Muslim Countries Against Global Warming

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When I was a kid, I was raised in the Congregational Church. I even sang in the choir, for which I was given my own personal copy of the bible. That was their big mistake, because I actually read it! Then I started asking questions, for which I was asked NOT to show up at Sunday School any more! :)

But I do not recall ever reading about global warming in that Bible. In fact, any natural phenomenon that happened was presumed the work of the big Guy and beyond the scope of mere mortals to change.

Sep 05 07:41

Perisher extends the snow season after great snowfalls and wonderful snow conditions

After being the first Australian ski resort to open for skiing and boarding in 2014 on June 7, Perisher, Australia’s favourite ski resort has announced that it will be extending its season until October 10, again providing the longest ski season in Australia!

The 2014 snow season has seen some of the biggest snowfalls in decades with over two metres of snow falling in a two week period, setting up the season to be one of the best ever in terms of snow depth and consistency.

Sep 05 07:40

Europe Must Choose Jobs or Climate as Steel Towns Wither

U.K. lawmaker Ian Swales has already watched one steel plant close in his district, and he never wants to see it again.

It felt like a funeral, he said, when plunging demand led the Redcar blast furnace in northern England to shut its doors in 2010. The memory has Swales questioning his own party’s fight against global warming, as European climate policy threatens steel towns across the region.

Sep 05 07:20

Whatever Happened to Global Warming?

Now come climate scientists' implausible explanations for why the 'hiatus' has passed the 15-year mark.

Sep 05 07:20

Ban-Ki Moon's Climate Summit Dead In The Water

World Leader's Declare Lack of Interest
The heavily touted UN “summit” on climate change, later this month in New York was supposed to set the scene for next year's UN follow-up Paris conference and lead to “binding international resolutions” to cut CO2 emissions and defeat the menace of Global Warming.

What menace of Global Warming? Why are world leaders falling over themselves to back out now, and certainly not follow-on next year at a Paris summit? The UN-issued propaganda now has a sad and forlorn look about it!

Sep 04 10:35

Barrow, Alaska, Snow: Winter Arrives Early In America's Northernmost City

Barrow, Alaska, was blanketed by its first significant snowfall of the season Tuesday, turning the town into a winter wonderland just one day after Labor Day.

Sep 04 10:34

Snow visits the Rockies and Alaska to kickoff September (PHOTOS)

For many, September begins a gradual transition from swelter to sweaters. But, it’s straight to parkas and boots in areas of the western high country and Alaska, coated by snow this week.

High altitudes in northwest Wyoming were treated to a covering of snow this past Sunday. The National Weather Service forecast office in Riverton, Wyoming posted pictures of the coatings at Togwotee Mountain Lodge and the summit of Grand Targhee Resort.

Sep 04 10:33

It's snowing in Colorado

Updated Thursday morning.....
While we are still a good 3 months or more away from our first snow here in the Louisville area, the flakes are already flying in portions of Colorado.

Sep 04 10:33

It’s Snowing in Alberta!

It might only be September but old man winter has already hit one stretch of highway in Alberta.

Highway 22 near Ranchlands, north of the 520 in southern Alberta is experiencing snow. Yes, you read that right.

Sep 04 10:04


Sep 04 10:00

Snow hits Alberta

Winter arrived extra-early in southern Alberta this week

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Plus the obligatory comments about the heat wave from human-caused global warming!

Sep 03 07:44

BEX ALERT - New study finds global warming, melting sea ice, connected to polar vortex

As the world gets warmer, parts of North America, Europe and Asia could see more frequent and stronger visits of cold air, a new study says.

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Sep 03 06:40

'Global warming has been on pause for 19 years': Study reveals Earth's temperature has remained almost CONSTANT since 1995

Since the turn of the century, there has been little increase in the average temperature of the Earth’s surface, new research claims.

Previous studies claimed this hiatus has lasted for 15 years, but new research believes the temperature has remained almost constant since 1995.

The conclusions were made by an economics professor who studied historical land and ocean temperatures for noticeable trends.

Sep 02 07:21

Who’s going to be sacked for making-up global warming at Rutherglen?

Retired scientist Dr Bill Johnston used to run experiments there. He, and many others, can vouch for the fact that the weather station at Rutherglen, providing data to the Bureau of Meteorology since November 1912, has never been moved.

Senior management at the Bureau are claiming the weather station could have been moved in 1966 and/or 1974 and that this could be a justification for artificially dropping the temperatures by 1.8 degree Celsius back in 1913.

Aug 28 07:22

BEX ALERT - Snow foolin': Blizzards still likely despite global warming

Big snowstorms won't be a distant memory, even with global warming, says a new study out Wednesday.

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Back in 2000, the climate "experts" said exactly the opposite; that snow was a thing of the past! (UK Independent, March 20, 2000)

At the very least this reversal should tell us these experts don;t have a clue what they are talking about.

But in fact there is a motive behind this latest claim that global warming produces blizzards. The screams about human-caused global warming, the refusal to acknowledge that warming was actually a good thing during the Roman and Medieval warm periods, the dismissing as fluctuating solar output as controlling climate, are all routed in the agenda to trick the public into paying carbon taxes and buying/selling carbon credits. Especially in the US, where Obamacare has failed to generate billions in new tax revenues, the desperately broke Federal Government is pushing as hard as they can for the carbon tax. Back in the 1990s, when the world was getting warmer, Al Gore and his co-conspirators promoted the idea that naturally occurring warming was a "crisis", and all the fault of humans, to guilt us out of money and obedience. Then mother nature (meaning the sun) changed course, and the Earth has been cooling for the last 17 years, with record-setting winters as a result. So whereas in 2000 the corporate media was proclaiming that human-caused global warming meant no more snow, today they are responding to indications of anther harsh winter on the way by claiming that blizzards should not cause us to doubt, even for a second, the "truth" of human-caused global warming!

Aug 27 11:33

‘The Chinafication of America’: Reaction to Obama Bypassing the Senate with UN Climate Treaty: ‘Obama is taking a page from China’s government’

New York Times: ‘U.S. seeking climate deal that would skirt Senate’: 'Under the Constitution, a president may enter into a legally binding treaty only if it is approved by a two-thirds majority of the Senate. To sidestep that requirement, President Obama’s climate negotiators are devising what they call a “politically binding” deal that would “name and shame” countries into cutting their emissions...American negotiators are instead homing in on a hybrid agreement — a proposal to blend legally binding conditions from an existing 1992 treaty with new voluntary pledges. The mix would create a deal that would update the treaty, and thus, negotiators say, not require a new vote of ratification.’

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Where Obama will; run into a brick wall is with the Carbon Tax. Under the Constitution, all revenue measures (including new taxes) must originate on the House of Representatives. Obama cannot bypass them.

Aug 25 10:40

Snowing in Montana ... in August!

However, with an upper-level low slowly moving northeast throughout the weekend, showers and storms on Saturday brought record-breaking accumulation and even some August snow.

Aug 25 10:38

Snow in August!?!

Unless you were fortunate enough to spend last winter in warmer, southern locations, none of us will forget the incredible amount of snow we experienced throughout the winter of 2013-2014.

In fact, some of the remains from last winter's heavy snowfall are still with us.

Aug 24 08:44

"Weather Channel Founder Calls Global Warming THE GREATEST SCAM IN HISTORY!"

Aug 21 14:17

Global warming slowdown 'could last another decade'

The hiatus in the rise in global temperatures could last for another 10 years, according to new research.

Scientists have struggled to explain the so-called pause that began in 1999, despite ever increasing levels of CO2 in the atmosphere.

The latest theory says that a naturally occurring 30-year cycle in the Atlantic Ocean is behind the slowdown.

The researchers says this slow-moving current could continue to divert heat into the deep seas for another decade.

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This is the most scientifically stupid thing to come out of the global warming cult to date!

Aug 21 10:03

So much for summer: Snow set to blast Scotland as forecasters warn of 'coldest August spell in a century'

Bitter Arctic winds could plunge parts of Britain into the coldest spell of August weather for almost a century.

Thermometers are set to plummet as a stubborn band of low pressure drags air in from the north - with two weeks of wet, windy and cold weather on the horizon.

There is even a chance of snow and sleet over the mountains of Scotland as it dips to near freezing overnight.

Government figures show the last time it was this cold in August was in 1919 when the mercury rose no higher than 8.9C for four days in Yorkshire and Cumbria.

Aug 21 07:41


I do not care how many scientists traded their honor for global warming funding. Science is not a democracy where the majority rules. In 1633, virtually every scientist was in agreement that Galileo was wrong when he concluded that the Earth moved around the sun. Motivated by peer pressure, the church, and fear of losing their jobs, all those scientists went along with the desired agenda, and history eventually showed they were all, down to the last man, flat-out wrong.

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It is time for a repost. Even as Scotland braces for an August snowfall and Mexico City digs out of two feet of hail, the global warming "scientists" are issuing a new "study" that reassures us human-caused global warming is real despite the recent 17 year pause. The fact that they missed predicting the pause alone should tell them their theory is flawed and they do not know what they are talking about. But all these government bodies like IPCC, NASA, NOAA, and all the academic institutions that were funded to "prove" human-caused global warming, and the corporate media that was paid to promote this hoax to trick us into paying carbon taxes, have all shackled their reputations to global warming and are reluctant (to put it mildly) that they were totally wrong on this.

So, I'll tell you what! Al Gore, backed by his bought-and-paid-for scientists, predicted that 2014 would have an ice free Arctic. That did not happen. I will make a prediction that this coming winter will be even harsher and colder than the ones we have seen over the last several years. Get back to me next spring. If I am right, maybe I can get some funding to tell the public the truth rather than to feed them more lies!

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Aug 21 07:35

For U.K., Europe, It's One of the Chilliest Augusts in Decades; Snow Possible in Scottish Highlands

Parts of Europe and the U.K. are being plagued by one of the coolest August spells in decades.

Forecast high temperatures the next few days were expected to hold in the upper teens to low 20s Celsius (about 62-72 degrees Fahrenheit) over a broad swath from England and Ireland to northern France, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic and Austria.

"The cool Arctic flow will reach much of central Europe with temperatures 5-6 degrees Celsius below normal," says Leon Brown, meteorologist with The Weather Channel U.K.

Aug 21 07:30

THEY REFUSE TO QUIT BEX ALERT - Global warming will soon resume, scientists say

A new study has scientists concerned that the recent slowing of global warming is only temporary and that temperatures are poised to resume dramatically rising.

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"No, really. Honest. It will! I wouldn't lie to you; I'm a @#%$ing scientist, man!!"


Global warming has not "slowed." We have had a cooling trend for going on 18 years now, coinciding with a decline in solar activity similar to the Maunder Minimum which triggered the Little Ice Age. Temperatures are already down to freezing in Scotland and this is still August! And with every flake of snow that falls, the credibility of all those government agencies like NASA and NOAA, the IPCC, and all those academics funded to "prove" human-caused global warming to trick us all into paying carbon taxes, along with the corporate media paid to promote this myth, falls with it. 2014 was the year when Al Gore predicted an ice free Arctic.

But politicians (especially Al Gore), and those agencies, media, and academics, all hate to admit it when they are wrong, so they are trying to desperately prop up their global warming cult (and keep their funding) with bizarre explanations of why we should ignore the fact that snow fell on the Pyramids of Egypt last winter for the first time in 100 years, and go on believing as we are told to believe; that the world is warming and it is all our fault! Some of these pathetic fraudsters are trying to claim global warming produces cold weather, or that the warming is "hiding" in the deep ocean (a violation of the principles of convection), or that while it may look like there is a lot of ice in the Arctic, it is just really very thin and just spread out more.

Aug 21 07:03

Headed for lowest solar activity in four centuries – Video

We appear to be headed for conditions similar to the Maunder Minimum, says this video from Suspicious0bservers. This low in solar activity comes after what was likely the highest solar activity in the last 3,000 years.

Aug 20 09:34

Massive hail storm dumps on Mexico City

An intense hail storm rained on Mexico City causing floods.

The storm began late Sunday with heavy rain and quickly turned into a massive hail storm.

Residents scrambled to get indoors as the rocks pummeled to the ground.

The hail reportedly reached almost two feet high at one point, blocking many city tunnels and throughways.

Aug 20 08:16

An Unsettling Climate

And yet, highly credentialed scientists, including Nobel Prize–winning physicist Ivar Giaever, reject what is often called the “climate consensus.” Giaever resigned from the American Physical Society in protest of the group’s statement that evidence of global warming was “incontrovertible” and that governments needed to move immediately to curb greenhouse-gas emissions. Sixteen distinguished scientists signed a 2012 Wall Street Journal article, in which they argued that taking drastic action to “decarbonize” the world’s economy—an effort that would have major effects on economic growth and quality of life, especially in the developing world—was not justified by observable scientific evidence.

Aug 19 09:07

Is this summer? This August is one of the coldest since 1980

This August is the second coldest in 34 years with an average afternoon temperature of 17 Celsius at the De Bilt weather station.

In the average year, the temperature is around 22 Celsius in mid August, according to forecasting bureau Weerplaza.

Aug 19 08:46

Is the SUN driving climate change? Solar activity - 'and not just humans' - could be increasing global warming, study claims

It's not just humans that are to blame for global warming - natural activity from the sun also has an impact on climate change.

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Gee, ya think?

Aug 19 08:13

BEX ALERT - Snow in the North Pole has thinned by 50% in just 60 YEARS - and rapid rate of melting 'could damage the Arctic food chain'

Snow on sea ice in the western Arctic has thinned by a third and, in some areas, is half as thick as it was 60 years ago, alarming new research has revealed.

This 'significant' rate of snow loss is according to decades of research which found snow has thinned from 14 inches to 9 inches (36cm to 23cm) in the western regions.

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These guys never give up. Back in 2000 they claimed snow was a thing of the past. Al Gore predicted that this summer would see an ice-free Arctic. The carbonazis' latest spin is that although it looks like there is more snow and ice, it is really less because it is much thinner and spread over a wider area! Read the comments section. Nobody is buying this.

Aug 18 15:30

Ebola and Climate Change: Are Humans Responsible for the Severity of the Current Outbreak?

In a study published in 2012, researchers asked national infectious disease experts in 30 different countries whether or not they thought climate change would affect infectious disease patterns in their countries. The majority agreed.

Nevertheless, it’s unclear whether these beliefs are driven by good science, or, as Malcolm Gladwell argued way back in 1995, a guilt-driven “idea of disease as a punishment for wickedness.”

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Oh, come ON now!!!!!

Aug 17 17:13

Snow Pile in Winnipeg, Canada, Still Standing Nearly 60 Feet Tall in Mid-August

Residents of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, might have the pleasure of seeing snow all year.

Though it's now covered in dirt, a snow pile at one of the city's dumping lots is still about 60 feet tall, in mid-August, according to the National Post. The snowy winter gave way to spring and summer, but it hasn't been warm enough in central Canada to get rid of every chilly reminder of the past snow season.

Now, residents are worried that they'll be looking at the snirt (snow and dirt) pile for the rest of the year

Aug 17 08:56

The debate about climate change takes a new form. One familiar yet disturbing.

Summary: The public debate about climate change has evolved, reverting to the standard form of American Politics. Fearmongering, relying on exaggerated and one-side evidence. No only does this chaff further confused the policy debate about this vital issue, it raises another question. We should worry why both Left and Right believe we are most easily influenced by appeals to fear. Perhaps they’re right. As AA tells us, recognition of a problem is the first step to solving it. Perhaps America’s greatest problem is this weakness of its citizens.

Aug 17 08:52

More Harsh Winters Could Spell Disaster For The Electrical Grid

If you thought last winter was bad, get ready for a potentially worse winter in parts of the country this year. But another record-setting winter could mean more than higher heating bills and snow fights.

Harsh winter weather combined with coal-fired power plant closings could spell trouble for many households across the country who will desperately need to keep the lights and heat on this winter.

Aug 15 09:54

We're ill-prepared if the iceman cometh

What if the warmth the world has enjoyed for the past 50 years is the result of solar activity, not man-made CO2?

In a letter to the editor of Astronomy & Astrophysics, IG Usoskin et al produced the "first fully ­adjustment-free physical reconstruction of solar activity". They found that during the past 3000 years the modern grand maxima, which occurred between 1959 and 2009, was a rare event both in magnitude and duration. This research adds to growing evidence that climate change is determined by the sun, not humans.

Aug 14 15:05

Better close your windows tonight or grab a blanket; Here's why

We better close our windows before we go to bed tonight, or put a blanket on the bed.

It is going to be a cold night for the middle of August.

The graphic shows the expected low temperatures(see enlarged) between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. Friday, August 15, 2014

Most spots will cool down well into the 40s. A few spots may get as cold as the upper 30s.

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Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming!

Aug 14 09:00

Swedish MP Declares “Climate Science Has Gone Awry…Resembles a Religion…Anything But Scientific”!

First there was sea level rise expert Nils-Axel Mörner, then top Swedish climatologist Lennart Bengtsson breaking ranks with the IPCC.

Now the Swedish online nyheter24 here has a commentary by Parliamentarian Josef Fransson (photo) of the Sweden Democrats (SD) party, who fires sharp criticism at IPCC climate science and the policymaking based on it.

Aug 14 07:10

Mississippi taxpayers could be on the hook for $69 million loan to KiOR

Biofuel manufacturer KiOR’s financial struggles might leave Mississippi holding the title to another failed green energy project.

According to the company’s quarterly report, KiOR, without additional financing, won’t be able to meet its financial obligations past Sept. 30.

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These green energy projects are often set up intentionally to fail, to convince the world they need to remain dependent on the oil and gas companies. But even though the projects fail and the losses are them dumped on the taxpayer, the cronies and donors who run the projects personally profit from them.

Aug 09 09:13

Summer 2014 is the coldest in a decade

The summer of 2014 has been one of the mildest on the books — and could be the first summer in a decade without a heatwave.

Aug 08 10:04

Winnipeg still dealing with 18-metre snow pile in August

It may be the middle of summer, but in Winnipeg, a little shred of winter just won't go away.

A filthy, muddy, massive snow pile has defied the seasons and survived the summer heat at the Kenaston snow dump site on the edge of the city. The 18-metre snow pile is the largest of a handful of snow piles still lingering at Winnipeg's four snow-dumping sites, where the city stores the snow it collects in the winter.

Aug 05 08:23

Sun, wind and drain

SUBSIDIES for renewable energy are one of the most contested areas of public policy. Billions are spent nursing the infant solar- and wind-power industries in the hope that they will one day undercut fossil fuels and drastically reduce the amount of carbon dioxide being put into the atmosphere. The idea seems to be working. Photovoltaic panels have halved in price since 2008 and the capital cost of a solar-power plant—of which panels account for slightly under half—fell by 22% in 2010-13. In a few sunny places, solar power is providing electricity to the grid as cheaply as conventional coal- or gas-fired power plants.

Aug 05 08:20

Renewable Energy Mega-Flop! Germany’s Largest Offshore Wind Park Hasn’t Delivered Any Power Since March!

Online engineering news magazine here writes how Germany’s largest offshore wind park, Bard 1, hasn’t delivered any power since March due to “baffling faults” in the power transmission system.

Aug 04 07:40

Adelaide wakes to its coldest August morning in 126 years

Adelaide has woken to its coldest start to an August day in 126 years and it was colder across other parts of South Australia.

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Apr 05 07:19

Surgery bans elderly patient over her carbon footprint

An elderly woman was ordered to find a new GP because the “carbon footprint” of her two-mile round trips to the surgery where she had been treated for 30 years was too large.

Apr 04 14:51

“Welcome to The Anthropocene”: Group of Scientists Advocate Global Government

“This is the story of how one species changed a planet..”- so begins this new promo put out by a team of UN-sponsored scientists. The website associated with the “short film” states it has been set up by “researchers and communicators from some of the leading scientific research institutions on global sustainability.”

The film itself follows the same old tiresome script we’ve heard so often from the mouths of neo-eugenic propagandists: too many people, shrinking icecaps, rising sea levels and the rest. The solution to all this doom and gloom? Global government of course...

Apr 04 13:57

You Tube Now Banning Videos Critical Of Global Warming Alarmism

YouTube has censored a video critical of a global warming alarmists, who says global warming skeptics need to be treated, as a violation of community guidelines.

Apr 04 08:52

Gales cause power cuts to tens of thousands of homes

Thousands of homes and businesses in England are without electricity after gales and ice brought down power lines.

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Gosh DARN that global warming!

Jan 16 10:17

That Bogus Greenhouse Gas Whatchamacallit Effect

Red-faced global warming policymakers are now back tracking as independent experts increasingly discredit the cornerstone of climatology: the greenhouse gas effect (GHE).

One such whistleblower is Dr. Pierre R Latour who explains adroitly below how his NASA colleague, septuagenarian Dr. James Hansen, concocted a mythical 33°C [91.4°F] atmospheric greenhouse gas global warming phenomenon.

Jan 15 08:36

Energy Dept. Makes More Bad Bets with Taxpayer Money

As the U.S. government Venture Capitalist-in-Chief (and President) Barack Obama and his Department of Energy investment guru (and Energy Secretary) Steven Chu pour other peoples’ money into their favorite “clean” technology schemes, private backers appear to be following them off the cliff, “as publicly traded battery makers watched their stocks tank and their businesses stumble,” according to a Dow Jones report late last month.

Dec 15 09:04

FLASHBACK 2000 - Hadley CRU - Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past

Britain's winter ends tomorrow with further indications of a striking environmental change: snow is starting to disappear from our lives.

Sledges, snowmen, snowballs and the excitement of waking to find that the stuff has settled outside are all a rapidly diminishing part of Britain's culture, as warmer winters - which scientists are attributing to global climate change - produce not only fewer white Christmases, but fewer white Januaries and Februaries.

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Gettin' harder to hide the decline, isn't it?

Dec 11 08:28

Snow tires sell out in UK

Over the last few weeks of wintry weather, winter, or snow tyres, have proved more popular than ever before.

One supplier, Kwik Fit, says it has already sold 50,000 of them this year, compared with 2,000 last year.

And it is warning that many retailers have now sold out of the standard sizes.

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"But, but, but, but, Al Gore said we wouldn't need these things!!!!!!!!!

Dec 11 08:22

Carbonazis raise on a busted flush. Pushing for the cash in Cancun!

Delegations at the UN climate conference in Cancún close to agreement that will establish $100bn climate fund.

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This headline not only confirms that the global warming scam was always about redistribution of wealth, but ignores the fact that Cancun was a disaster, with Japan refusing to continue the Kyoto accord, failure to reach agreement on everything but one symbolic paragraph, and many of the delegates blindly signing a petition against water! Video of wild parties by the very people demanding eco-austerity from the rest of the world did not help, nor did the fact that hundreds of cold temperature records were set in the last week around the world, including Cancun itself!

Dec 10 20:49

Last Three Days : 297 Record Low Temperatures

Record lows are outpacing record highs by more than ten to one. Using Rommulan logic, that proves global cooling.

Dec 10 17:28

Big freeze to last at least another month, forecasters warn

So far December has seen some of the coldest temperatures and heaviest snowfalls since 1981, but with no let up on the horizon, it could end up being the worst winter since 1910.

Parts of northern England and central Scotland have seen lows of (0F) -18C while the mercury has continued to drop in the south.

But apart from a brief respite over the coming weekend, when temperatures are expected to climb slightly, the cold snap is likely to continue throughout Christmas and well into January.

Dec 10 17:18

COP16 Ends In Deadlock

They are putting a brave face on it, but no matter how they try to dress it up, Chrish Huhne’s car crash has happended at Cancun, after 2 weeks of negotiating they have agreed just 1 paragraph.

It is difficult to see what the future holds for the whole UN negotiating process now, after a failure at Copenhagen followed by the car crash in Cancun, international climate deplomacy is looking to be a pointless exercise.

Even diedhard alamists like Connie Hedegaard sees no way forward:

Dec 10 11:57

M.D. Harmon: Party-hearty climateers revealingly whoop it up in Cancun

Ah, Cancun. Glorious beaches, balmy breezes, swank hotels, fine cuisine -- our environmental watchdogs' nirvana.

There's something perfectly fitting about a U.N.-sponsored "global warming" conference, convened to tell the rest of us that our lifestyles are too extravagant, holding its meeting at one of the world's most luxurious resorts.

Dec 10 11:02

Irony alert: The unusually chilly global-warming summit

Cancun is hosting the U.N. conference on man-made climate change — amid record cold temperatures

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Which is, if you will recall, what happened last year in Copenhagen!

Dec 10 09:26

COP16 Attendees Sign Petition to Ban Water, Harm US

“It was designed to show that if official U.N. delegates could be duped by college students into banning water, that they could essentially fall for anything, including pseudo-scientific studies which claim to show that global warming is man-caused,”

Dec 10 08:25

The Plain Truth about Glorious Carbon Dioxide

Global warming liars, however, insist that CO2 builds up on the atmosphere over a 50 to 250 year period, but this is untrue. "Every year around April, increased CO2 absorption by plants in the Northern Hemisphere starts reducing the CO2 in the atmosphere," notes Ashworth, "and the reduction continues until around mid-to-late August when plants start to go dormant."

"It is clear that nature reacts very fast in its consumption of carbon dioxide." Farmers call this the growing season, followed by the harvest season, followed by snow and cold during which nothing grows. Modern civilization, beginning about 5,000 years ago, is predicated on the ability to provide food to both humans and livestock, all based on these obvious seasonal cycles.

Dec 10 07:41

Brown Water Advisory issued for Oahu, Kauai

A Brown Water Advisory has been issued for Oahu and Kauai due to heavy showers.

The Department of Health's Clean Water Branch says the public should stay out of flood waters and storm water runoff due to possible overflowing of cesspools, pesticides, animal fecal matter, dead animals, chemicals and associated flood debris.

The public is also advised to stay out of turbid and brown coastal waters.

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Like we aren't smart enough to already know this?!?

Dec 10 07:40

Al Gore Reverses View on Ethanol

"It is not a good policy to have these massive subsidies for first-generation ethanol," Reuters quoted Gore saying of the U.S. policy that is about to come up for congressional review. "First-generation ethanol I think was a mistake. The energy conversion ratios are at best very small.

"One of the reasons I made that mistake is that I paid particular attention to the farmers in my home state of Tennessee, and I had a certain fondness for the farmers in the state of Iowa because I was about to run for president," the wire service reported Gore saying.

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The lesson here is that the push for alcohol fuels was never about efficiency but about money and politics. In hindsight, and with all due respect to the member posting all the pro-alcohol stories, ethanol was never carbon neutral, and because ethanol does not contain the energy of hydrocarbons you have to buy and burn more ethanol to obtain the same amount of actual work. Finally, as many owners of older cars have discovered to their horror, fuel systems are not designed to work with alcohol and the gaskets and other soft parts were destroyed by alcohol. New cars are designed to work with both fuels (so they say) and cost more money for the additional components.

Dec 09 11:12

Greenland ice sheet flow driven by short-term weather extremes, not gradual warming: UBC research

Sudden changes in the volume of meltwater contribute more to the acceleration – and eventual loss – of the Greenland ice sheet than the gradual increase of temperature, according to a University of British Columbia study.

Dec 09 10:59

Monster Snow Storm Could Cover Half of U.S. This Weekend

The storm has the potential to explode into a major snowstorm that could produce in excess of 6 inches of snow over a large area of the Northeast states and eastern Canada.

Dec 09 10:15


Dec 09 10:09

Eiffel Tower shut and roads blocked by Paris snowfall

Motorways in the Paris region were described as impassable as snow that had already hit other areas of France spread to the capital.

Elsewhere in Europe, a boy drowned in southern Spain when his father's car was swept into a flooded river.

In Poland, a further three people died because of the extreme cold.

The authorities there said 66 people had lost their lives since the severe wintry weather began in late November.

The Meteo France service reported that one of its Paris weather stations had recorded 11cm (4.5in) of snow. The French capital has not seen a larger one-day snowfall since 1987.

Dec 09 09:58

Global Warming Causing Polar Bear Cubs To Freeze To Death?

If warming is killing this bear, why is there so much snow around, why is the temperature "well below zero degrees Fahrenheit", and why is the cub described as "shaking and cold"?

Dec 09 08:56

Despite clear evidence global warming scare was all a fraud, the money addicts press ahead with their "Carbon Casino."

World Bank President Robert Zoellick is set to launch a new multi-million dollar fund in Mexico on Wednesday to help emerging market countries set up their own carbon markets, the bank said on Tuesday.

Dec 09 08:42

Record Cold in Florida

And before we head to our weather segment...if you were thinking about traveling to oh, say Florida to escape our cold temperatures...don't bother...In fact, this morning Ft. Lauderdale and Miami broke records. Ft. Lauderdale shattered a 169-year-old record low when the temperature dropped down to 40 degrees overnight. A freeze watch is in effect there.

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Meanwhile, the Carbonazis are still trying to reconcile the record cold across the globe with their Warmista religion.

"Ignorance is Strength."

"War is peace."

"Freedom is Slavery."

"Warming is cooling."

Dec 08 23:27

Freeze of the century: Army on standby in coldest December for 100 years

The army was put on high alert last night as Britain headed towards its coldest December for 100 years.

As temperatures plunged to -18c (0f) David Cameron said the military ‘stands ready to help’.

The Prime Minister also revealed Cobra-style emergency meetings of senior officials and Ministers had been held to discuss the Government’s response to the big freeze.

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Maybe we could burn Al Gore's hockey stick for warmth!

Dec 08 09:22

Now scientists claim climate change could give you cancer (in the week Doomsday warning of rising sea levels was rubbished)

Melting glaciers and ice sheets are releasing cancer-causing pollutants into the air and oceans, scientists say.

The long-lasting chemicals get into the food chain and build up in people's bodies - triggering tumours, heart disease and infertility.

Bovine excrement meter meltdown.

Next they'll be telling us that food from the Gulf of Mexico is safe to eat. DOH!