Aug 14 07:05

Greenland Melt Season Ends A Month Early

Greenland’s surface has been gaining ice over the last few days, and has gained over 200 billion tons of ice over the past year. The melt season has ended a month early.

Aug 12 15:44

CLIMATEGATE BEX - Walruses in the Arctic are running out of sea ice this year — again

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"The polar bears aren't getting traction, so let's switch to walruses!" -- Saint Al of the Gore

Aug 12 10:29

Intolerance: Global-warming Fanatics Intimidate Swedish Scientist

The recent case of meteorologist Lennart Bengtsson (shown), one of Sweden’s leading climate scientists, shows that Climategate-style censorship of skeptics continues. Since mid-May, Professor Bengtsson has been at the center of a simmering scandal that has been the talk of the climate science blogosphere. It has also broken out into a number of mainstream media stories.

Aug 11 15:18

'Calamitous' weather hits grouse numbers ahead of Glorious 12th

Calamitous weather conditions have hit red grouse breeding this year, the shooting industry warned, ahead of the "Glorious 12th" start to the season.

Around 40% of shooting days in England are likely to be lost because late spring snow, frosts, low temperatures, heavy rain and even a severe hailstorm at the beginning of July in some areas have hit grouse numbers in the uplands.

Aug 11 10:03

Arctic Sea Ice Approaching Normal

DMI hasn’t updated their 30% concentration map for 10 days, but their 15% concentration map is just about at the 1979-2000 mean.

Aug 11 10:01

Greenland Melt Season Is Over

Greenland’s surface gained mass yesterday for the first time this summer. The net surface gain over the past year has been 300 billion tons.

Aug 10 07:15

Climate change: the Hoax that Costs Us $4 Billion a Day

The global climate change industry is worth an annual $1.5 trillion, according to Climate Change Business Journal. That’s the equivalent of $4 billion a day spent on vital stuff like carbon trading, biofuels, and wind turbines. Or — as Jo Nova notes — it’s the same amount the world spends every year on online shopping.

But there’s a subtle difference between these two industries — the global warming one and the online shopping one. Can you guess what it is?

Aug 08 16:32

Hillary Clinton causing climate change by flying around in a fuel-guzzling PRIVATE JET?

If Hillary Clinton gets her way through new carbon taxes, she'll be able to fly around in private jets, polluting the world without limit while making it harder for average Americans to keep gas in their cars and their homes heated.

Hypocritically, one of Clinton's jet trips pumps out more carbon dioxide than the average American uses during an entire year. Maybe she should listen to the words of her own campaign.

Aug 07 10:22

Antarctic Sea Ice Reaches New Record Maximum

Sea ice surrounding Antarctica reached a new record high extent this year, covering more of the southern oceans than it has since scientists began a long-term satellite record to map sea ice extent in the late 1970s. The upward trend in the Antarctic, however, is only about a third of the magnitude of the rapid loss of sea ice in the Arctic Ocean.

Aug 06 14:06

Did "Little Ice Age" Create Stradivarius Violins' Famous Tone?

Grissino-Mayer and climatologist Lloyd Burckle of Columbia University in New York have come up with an alternative hypothesis. They suggest that climatic cooling over many decades affected rates of tree growth and may have contributed to the acoustic quality of the violins produced by Stradivari and his contemporaries.

Dense wood with narrow growth rings may help to "instill a superior tone and brilliance in violins," the researchers wrote, adding that wood grown under fast conditions is less resonant and unlikely to survive the stresses placed on a violin.

Aug 06 11:35

What's the Carbon Footprint of the PopeMobile?

The Pope, it's said, wears Prada.

And travels by Mercedes, too.

But apparently, he'd prefer you (and millions of other ordinary human beings) not.

Because "global warming."

Er... make that "climate change."

The new - more general - term for the allegedly human-caused alteration of the planet's weather. "Global warming" had to go because global cooling was also inconveniently happening.

This was becoming globally embarrassing.

"Climate change" is much better, because it always fits. The climate is constantly changing. And would do so (and has done so) regardless of the presence of man on this Earth. But why not just blame man for it?

For everything?


Aug 05 14:57

Eastern Arctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In 20 Years

The amount of sea ice in the eastern Arctic has rapidly increased over the past four years, and is higher than it was 30 years ago in 1985.

Aug 05 10:58

Remember “500 days to climate chaos”? Pope to give sermon at Ground Zero on the 500th day

Back on May 13, 2014, French foreign minister Laurent Fabius made a joint appearance with Secretary of State John Kerry to warn the world that we only had 500 days left until “climate chaos.”

Aug 04 19:40

BEX ALERT:Old office-temperature rule for men leaves women freezing at work

I can't remember. Is it getting colder or warmer or is it just changing now!

A new study says most office buildings set temperatures using a 1960s model based on men’s faster metabolic rate. It says “gender-discriminating bias in thermal comfort” should be reduced because slightly higher temperature levels can combat global warming.

Aug 04 10:02

To President Obama: Let’s just assume for a moment we have a climate crisis

Despite clear evidence to the contrary, president Obama is now warning us that “storms like Hurricane Sandy will become more frequent as climate change intensifies.” It’s merely the latest in the administration’s seemingly endless stream of headline-grabbing scare stories, designed to justify the job-killing, economy-strangling, family-bashing rules for vehicles, power plants, cement kilns, refineries, factories, farms, shopping malls and countless other facilities that are or soon will be regulated by Environmental Protection Agency fiat. We need to keep one vitally important fact in mind.

Every one of these “looming calamities” is based on assumptions, assertions and computer models that represent the real world about as well as the special-effects T-rexes and raptors do in Jurassic Park. The data on hurricanes says otherwise:

Aug 04 09:54


You are witness to one of the greatest frauds perpetrated on the people of planet Earth, to trick them out of their money and into obedience under the guise of the fight against Human-Caused Global Warming (now rebranded "Human Caused Climate Change" to explain away the icicles we were told were not going to happen). The global warming scare was concocted out of outright lies, purchased science, and scare mongering to trick you into being willing to pay carbon taxes to solve a non-existent crisis you were told was all your fault. And, of course, to lull you into accepting the dictates of a global government that needed to save the Earth from you icky-poo human beings.

It was all a lie. Here is how it happened.

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I am reposting this in light of Obama's announcement yesterday that he is starting to tax carbon. Even though he uses the phrase "Climate change", the taxing of carbon is founded on the claim of carbon dioxide warming the planet.

No doubt Obama is having to rush this through as already we are seeing indications of another approaching harsh winter!

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Aug 04 09:36

John Stossel - Global Warming Superstars

Aug 03 15:47

All This for .01 Degrees Celsius?

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy admitted that the steps being taken would only prevent .01 degrees Celsius of warming, but it was the example that counted for the rest of the world.

This article sums that up pretty nicely.

This in addition to the fact that, in 2011, she admitted she did not know how much CO2 was in the atmosphere. And its lines of evidence for this are provably false!

Given the facts, I can’t help but wonder: Did policymakers ever take Economics 101, or a course in how to read a chart?

Aug 03 11:53

Sydney weather: Coldest spell in 26 years and more chilly mornings ahead

Sydney notched its longest cold spell in 26 years and NSW had its frostiest July since 1997 after a series of strong cold fronts dragged unusually cool air over south-eastern Australia, the Bureau of Meteorology said.

The city's run of 11 consecutive nights with temperatures dipping below 8 degrees was Sydney's longest such run since 1989, the bureau said in its monthly report. For both mean and minimum temperatures, it was also the coolest July for the city since 2002.

Aug 03 11:53

Brrr … 2015 Bangor’s coldest year on record

The National Weather Service has confirmed what residents of the Queen City have been saying for weeks — 2015 is the coldest on record for the city.

Between Jan. 1 and July 31, the average temperature in Bangor was 38.9 degrees, the station in Caribou announced Sunday. It was the sixth-coldest year on record in Caribou for the same time period.

Aug 03 10:42

Obama unveils major climate change proposal

The Obama administration unveiled a major climate change plan on Sunday aimed at a large reduction in greenhouse gas emissions from the nation's coal-burning power plants. On Monday, President Barack Obama will begin selling it to the public at a White House event.

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Aug 03 08:16

Official science: the grand illusion for all robots

“Government science exists because it is a fine weapon to use, in order to force an agenda of control over the population. We aren’t talking about knowledge here. Knowledge is irrelevant. What counts is: ‘How can we fabricate something that looks like the truth?’ I keep pointing this out: we’re dealing with reality builders. In this case, they make their roads and fences out of data, and they massage and invent the data out of thin air to suit their purposes. After all, they also invent money out of thin air.”

Aug 03 08:05

Obama poised to unveil major climate change plan

US President Barack Obama will unveil what he called the "biggest, most important step we've ever taken" to combat climate change Monday

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Aug 03 08:05

Hillary Clinton Backs Obama's Climate Change Plan, But Environmentalists Frustrated

Democratic White House hopeful Hillary Clinton said Sunday she'll uphold the Obama administration's key climate change policies if elected and defend them against Republican-led opposition. The former U.S. secretary of state was the first 2016 presidential candidate to respond to President Barack Obama's Clean Power Plan, which could be announced as soon as Monday.

Aug 03 06:46

Snow blankets Hobart, causing havoc on Tasmanian roads

It’s the first time snow has hit the state at sea level and the capital itself since 2006.

Aug 02 17:07

Obama to unveil unprecedented climate change plans to slash fossil fuel emissions

Industry groups and some lawmakers from states that have relied on coal-based energy have said they will challenge it in the courts and through Congressional maneuvers, accusing the administration of a regulatory assault that will drive up energy prices.

Jul 31 10:03

Coldest July since 1993

Environment Canada meteorologist Daniel Jumbainville said that climate reports out of Badger showed this to be the coldest July since 1993.

“In terms of maximum temperature, the average daily high for this July was 19.3. Normally, that should have been 22.7, so its about three or three and half degrees below normal,” he told the Advertiser.

“The overall mean temperature was 13.7 when it should have been around 17.1. Again, it’s a three or three and a half degree difference.”

Jul 31 09:59

Confirmed! July 2015 weather was officially dreadful

And then, as if all of that wasn't enough, last night Sennybridge in Powys was the coldest place in the UK with an overnight temperature of 0.9c...That is very cold indeed for the summer!

Jul 31 07:11

Canadian Climate Change Arctic Expedition Derailed Due to Heavy Ice

So sad. A Canadian arctic research expedition to study "climate change" (always meaning global warming) has been derailed. Why? Heavy ice. However, readers of the CBC News account of the story are left in the dark as to the exact nature of the expedition that is not to be this year.

Jul 30 10:23

Cold front brings rare July snow to three U.S. states

On Monday, an intense cold front that some forecasters are calling 'exceptional' descended on the northern Rockies, bringing several centimetres of snow to Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.

Jul 30 10:22

Summer snow? Powder blankets parts of Wyoming

A cold front moved through the state earlier this week, dumping rain on areas below 9,000 feet, but it was the area over 9,000 feet that had at most an accumulation of an inch of snow, The Lexington Herald-Leader reported.

Jul 30 10:22

Buffalo Snow Pile Refuses to Melt Eight Months After Snowstorm

The calendar says it’s almost August, but an estimated 12-feet-tall snow pile still lingers in Buffalo, New York from a snow storm eight months ago.

Jul 30 10:22

Buffalo still has a pile of snow in the middle of summer

Situated in an empty railroad station, the now dirt-covered snow was dumped here from South Buffalo after the city received a record six feet of snow in 24 hours brought on by the lake-effect snowstorms that started Nov. 21 last year. The storm shut down major highways and local businesses despite the city being used to large quantities of snow, suggesting this was an especially brutal winter.

Jul 30 08:45

LETTERS: Man-made global warming hardly settled science

Regarding Doug Nusbaum's letter ("GOP on climate change," July 11 Review-Journal) and the general argument that those against anthropogenic (man-made) global warming are anti-science: Contrary to the accusation that we do not understand statistics, upper-division physics or partial differential equations, many of us do.

I am a scientist who has studied the current AGW issue extensively. Here is what I have found: First, it is not true that 97 percent of all scientists subscribe to the AGW mantra. Further, not even 97 percent of climatologists subscribe to this idea. Assertions in this regard are patently false.

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Human-caused global warming was never science; it was politics! Back in the 1990s, when the Earth was actually warming, politicians did what they always do, which is to take something that happens naturally, declare it a crisis, blame it on people, then offer to sell us a solution in exchange for money and obedience.

And by the way, we had snow here in Hawaii last July 17th!

Jul 29 15:06

BOOGA BOOGA : Climate change ‘urgent and growing threat’ to national security: Pentagon

A new Pentagon report says that climate change is an “urgent and growing threat to our national security” and blames it for “increased natural disasters” that will require more American troops designated to combat bad weather.

Jul 29 11:12

July in the Tetons: snow, low 30s

A cold front that came through the region early Monday afternoon delivered snow to the Tetons and temperatures in the low 30s to the valley.

While the unusually cold low-pressure system sent temperatures in town falling, it didn’t set a record. The record low for July 28 is 31 degrees, set back in 1940.

Jul 29 11:11

Cold front leads to record-low temperatures

A cold front that passed through the area this week led to record-breaking low temperatures on Tuesday morning.

Pocatello’s 39-degree low broke the previous record of 43 set in 1993, said Jeff Hedges, senior meteorologist with the local National Weather Service forecast office. Idaho Falls and Burley also broke records with lows of 36 and 41, respectively. The previous record for Idaho Falls was 41, set in 2005, and the previous low for Burley was 46, set in 1963.

Jul 29 11:09

The Truth About CO2

Dr. Patrick Moore, who was one of the original founders of Greenpeace who left the organization in disgust of their current political zealotry, Greenpeace is now trying to have him erased from history for daring to do that. He has now produced this interesting video in conjunction with with Prager University that is sure to send some of the tards into overdrive.
Global Warming activists will tell you that CO2 is bad and dangerous. The EPA has even classified it as a pollutant. Patrick Moore provides some surprising facts about the benefits of CO2 that you won't hear in the current debate.

Jul 29 10:40

It's Almost August And Buffalo's Dirty Snow Pile Is Still Just Chillin'

It is almost August and daytime highs are reaching well into the 80s in Buffalo, New York, yet the city still has a giant, dirty snow pile left from eight months ago.

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Another month and it will qualify as a glacier!

Jul 28 15:14

Another Day Of Heavy Snow In Southwest Greenland

They are having their coldest year since the Mt Pinatubo cooled year of 1993.

Jul 28 15:13

Arctic Sea Ice Recovery

There has been a huge increase in the amount of old, thick Arctic sea ice over the last three years. This is due to a change in winter winds, which is now preserving the ice rather than pushing it out into the North Atlantic.

If this trend continues, the ice will be back to 1980’s levels within about five years.

Jul 28 07:55

“That’s Creepy Weird” – Hillary Clinton Gives Climate Policy Speech In Empty Room With No Audience…

But what the media didn’t report, is the room for her speech was devoid of actual supporters, or the public, or, well, people.

It was a campaign policy speech given to a room filled with nothing but bicycles.


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Jul 27 19:48

Video shows Hillary Clinton boarding private jet just hours after launching global-warming push – and she's using a FRENCH aircraft that burns 347 gallons of fuel every hour!

Just hours after Hillary Clinton unveiled her presidential campaign's push to solve global warming through an aggressive carbon-cutting plan, she sauntered up the steps of a 19-seat private jet in Des Moines, Iowa.

The aircraft, a Dassault model Falcon 900B, burns 347 gallons of fuel per hour. And like all Dassault business jets, Hillary's ride was made in France.

The Trump-esque transportation costs $5,850 per hour to rent, according to the website of Executive Fliteways, the company that owns it.

And she has used the same plane before, including on at least one trip for speeches that brought her $500,000 in fees.

Jul 27 15:23

Climate change skeptics may be about to lose one of their favorite arguments

There’s no doubt that growing Antarctic sea ice is a mystery in the climate system — and an anomalous, seemingly contrary indicator.


According to Hansen’s thinking, expanding Antarctic sea ice is precisely what you would expect to see if the Antarctic continent itself is losing a lot of ice mass from its vast ice sheet, adding to sea level rise.

The thinking goes like this: As ice shelves melt, and more inland ice slides towards the sea, a gigantic volume of cold, fresh water enters the ocean. This freshwater pulse, the researchers continue, promotes ocean “stratification,” in which a cold surface layer lies atop a subsurface warmer layer. The cold surface layer promotes more sea ice growth atop open water, while the warm lower layer sneaks beneath that ice and continues to melt submerged ice shelves, which plunge deep into the water at the fringes of the continent.

"If all else fails baffle 'em with bullshit!" - Al Bore

Jul 27 15:14

The big RE-FREEZE: Temperatures across southeastern Australia plummet again as yet another blast from Antarctica moves in and sets teeth chattering (but the ski season is finally booming)

Sydney and Melbourne dropped to a minimum of six degrees on Monday morning and the cold snap is set to continue for the early hours much of this week.

Average predicted temperatures across the slopes for the week aren't expected to crack the negatives, with a maximum of two degrees on Wednesday before another bout of snowfall hits.

Victoria recorded some of the coldest temperatures it's ever seen at the weekend as it hit six degrees at 6pm on Sunday.

Jul 27 15:06

Arctic/Greenland Melt Season Is Coming To An Early End

Cold air has settled over the Arctic and Greenland, which is going to greatly inhibit any further melt this summer.

Jul 27 13:16

Half of Columbia River Sockeye Salmon Dying Due to Hot Water

More than a quarter million sockeye salmon returning from the ocean to spawn are either dead or dying in the Columbia River and its tributaries due to warming water temperatures.

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And of course wee should never look at all the radiation pouring into the ocean from Fukushima as a problem; let's just blame HUMAN-CAUSED GLOBAL WARMINGINGINGINGING!

Jul 27 11:18

Pachauri ceases to be Teri chief

Accused of sexual harassment of a colleague, R K Pachauri ceased to be chief of The Energy and Resources Institute (Teri), within days of resuming work after a court order had allowed him to physically attend the organisation’s offices. The environmental group's governing council, meeting in Bengaluru on Thursday, announced that Pachauri would be replaced by Ajay Mathur, who is at present the director-general of the Bureau of Energy Efficiency under the power ministry.

Pachauri, who had proceeded on leave when the news of complaint broke out, in a sudden turn of events, took back charge again at the helm of Teri on July 17. But on Thursday, the governing council of Teri, which includes prominent names such as Naina Lal Kidwai, Kiran-Mazumdar Shaw and Deepak Parekh, met at Bengaluru to conclude that Mathur would replace Pachauri.

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Rajendra Pachauri was the head of the United Nation's Inter-Governmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) when it was promoting the global warming agenda with proven lies and fraud. Pachauri was forced to resign his IPCC post last Februady over sexual harassment charges, and has now lost his current position.

Jul 27 08:42

Elephant In The Room: The Pentagon's Massive Carbon Footprint

What is news: the Pentagon’s enormous, unacknowledged contribution to climate change.

According to its own study, in 2013 the Pentagon consumed fuel equivalent to 90,000,000 barrels of crude oil. This amounts to 80% of the total fuel usage by the federal government. If burned as jet fuel it produces about 38,700,000 metric tons of CO2. And the Pentagon’s figures do not include carbon produced by the thousands of bombs dropped in 2013, or the fires that burned after the jets and drones departed.

Jul 26 19:42

Canadian air may break cold weather record in The County

According to the weather service, as of noon Friday the high temperature in Caribou was 59 degrees, five degrees below the previous record for the day of 64 registered in 1954.

Though not an official weather recording site, Presque Isle also could record its lowest maximum temperature for the day, according to Kredenser.

The central Aroostook County city got up to 61 degrees just before noon, he said, not reaching the previous low maximum of 65 degrees set in 1954.

Elsewhere around the state things were cool but not cold enough to break records, Kredensor said.

Jul 26 10:27

Could It Rain for 66 Days Straight in California....

..and have nothing to do with climate change?

Jul 26 09:42

Cambridge Professor: Big-Oil-Funded Death Squads Tried to Murder me Because I Knew Too Much About Global Warming

A Cambridge professor whose doomsday predictions of Arctic ice melt have been proved consistently wrong by reality has found an exciting new way to draw attention to his shaky scientific cause: mysterious, unnamed figures are trying to murder him and have already assassinated three of his colleagues.

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Jul 26 08:50

How Arctic ice has made fools of all those poor warmists

Two events last week brought yet further twists to one of the longest-running farces of our modern world. One was the revelation by the European Space Agency that in 2013 and 2014, after years when the volume of Arctic ice had been diminishing, it increased again by as much as 33 per cent. The other was that Canadian scientists studying the effect of climate change on Arctic ice from an icebreaker had to suspend their research, when their vessel was called to the aid of other ships trapped in the thickest summer ice seen in Hudson Bay for 20 years.

Jul 25 20:07

Are Countries Obligated to Fend Off Climate Change?

On June 24, 2015, a court in The Hague ordered the Dutch government to act faster in its duty to protect its citizens against the effects of climate change. This marks the first time the issue has been legally declared a state obligation, regardless of arguments that the solution to the global climate problem does not depend on one country’s efforts alone. The decision was based on various branches of law, including, most importantly, human rights. In effect, it makes the Dutch government accountable for greenhouse gas emissions on its own territory, an outcome other countries may also need to heed.

Jul 25 20:05

Global warming is messing with the accuracy of radiocarbon dating

An analysis by Heather Graven, a climate-physics researcher at Imperial College London, finds that emissions from fossil fuels are artificially raising the carbon age of the atmosphere, which makes objects today seem much older than they are when scrutinized by a radiocarbon dater.

Jul 25 09:43

Greenland Melt Season Just About Done

Temperatures in Greenland have turned cold, and the melt season is coming to an abrupt end. The surface has gained nearly 300 billion tons of ice over the past year.

Jul 25 09:42

Hudson Bay Sea Ice Third Highest On Record

Hudson Bay sea ice cover is the highest since 1992, and is the third highest on record.

Jul 25 09:41

Biggest Fraud In Science History – The NASA/NOAA Surface Temperature Record

Over the last ten years, satellites show that the Earth is cooling. But that doesn’t suit the needs of the climate criminal community ahead of their convention in Paris this year, so NASA/NOAA created a completely fake surface temperature record – which is diverging from satellite temperatures at a rate of two degrees per century

Jul 24 08:18

CCGS Amundsen re-routed to Hudson Bay to help with heavy ice

Worst ice conditions in 20 years force change of plans to icebreaker research program

Jul 24 08:16

Eastern Arctic Sea Ice Coverage Is The Highest This Millenium

Eastern Arctic sea ice coverage is the highest since 1999, and considerably higher than 1981.

Jul 23 14:44

Jerry Brown’s climate warning: ‘We are talking about extinction’

Gov. Jerry Brown, issuing an ominous appeal on climate change, said Tuesday that the world may already have “gone over the edge” on global warming and that humanity must reverse course or face extinction.

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BTW we had a snow storm here in Hawaii last weekend.

Jul 23 11:41

Tesla gets $295M in cap & trade-type credits for technology not offered to customers

Tesla Motors has earned more than $295 million in state cap and trade-type emission credits during the past three years for a battery-swapping technology customers weren’t getting, a Watchdog investigation reveals.

In fact, the electric car company, owned in part by billionaire Elon Musk, may have earned credits up to nearly half a billion dollars in value from the 11 states that use the Zero Emission Vehicle barter as part of a green auto industry mandate. California created the program and leads the pack, doling out $173 million in credits to the Silicon Valley-based Tesla.

Tesla claimed the credits between 2012 and mid-2014 — part of a program designed to encourage the carmaker to promote its new battery-swap technology. The program did not require evidence the company actually provided the service.

Jul 23 11:03

Arctic sea ice regained a third of its volume in 2013, CryoSat measurements show

An unusually cold summer of 2013 has helped the Arctic sea ice to cover a lot of ground and according to measurements by ESA’s CryoSat satellite the ice cover has increased by a third as compared to 2012 levels.

The findings are a results of collaborative efforts by scientists at University College London (UCL) and the University of Leeds in the UK. Researchers used a whopping 88 million sea-ice thickness measurements taken by CryoSat over the course of four years from 2010 to 2014 to notice a bump in the sea ice cover in 2013.

During the period between 2010 and 2012, researchers found that there was a 14 per cent reduction in volume of sea ice, but in 2013 the sea ice registered a 41 per cent increase in volume – the primary reason being the summer of the year was 5 per cent cooler than 2012.

Jul 23 08:18

Study Finds Nearly All Scientific Papers Controlled By Six Corporations

When children grow up dreaming of becoming scientists they have the purest of aspirations and if they were left to pursue their own studies they would be able to accomplish the unimaginable. Unfortunately, to become a member of the scientific community one has to jump through many bureaucratic hoops until they are eventually inducted into an establishment which is tightly regulated and directed by warmongers and control freak aristocrats.

People spend half of their lives taking classes, passing tests and filling out applications in hopes that one day they can become a scientist and cure a disease. After years of struggling to make the cut they realize that there is no funding for their charitable projects and if they dare step outside of the established guidelines they will be exiled from the scientific community.

Jul 22 15:03

And the Gods finally answer! Heavens open in California as freak July rainfall pounds the drought-stricken state, extinguishing wildfires and boosting water levels

For years, Californians have been praying for rain - and now this.

New rainfall records were set over the weekend in southern and central California as thunderstorms and heavy showers drenched the Golden State during what is usually its driest month.

The downpours were welcomed by many, following four straight years of drought. But for others they caused chaos by sweeping away roads, collapsing bridges, closing beaches and disrupting power supplies - leaving tens of thousands of people without electricity.

Jul 22 14:17

“Global Warming” Expedition Foiled by Record Ice

A scientific expedition to study “global warming” was delayed by record ice in the Arctic.

The icebreaker ship used for the 115-day expedition had to be rerouted Tuesday to break ice for commercial ships in the Hudson Bay because the ice conditions are the worst they’ve been in 20 years, according to the Canadian Coast Guard.

“Obviously it has a large impact on us,” said Martin Fortier, the executive director of the “global warming” research institute ArcticNet, which was spearheading the expedition.

The ice is so thick that ships are having to skirt around it.

Jul 22 12:44

CCGS Amundsen re-routed to Hudson Bay to help with heavy ice

A carefully planned, 115-day scientific expedition on board the floating research vessel, the CCGS Amundsen, has been derailed as the icebreaker was called to help resupply ships navigate heavy ice in Hudson Bay.

"Obviously it has a large impact on us," says Martin Fortier, executive director of ArcticNet, which coordinates research on the vessel. "It's a frustrating situation."

During the summer, the Amundsen operates as a floating research centre with experiments running 24 hours a day. This year it was scheduled to reach North Baffin Bay.
CCGS Amundsen

But the icebreaker has been rerouted to escort commercial ships en route to resupply communities in Northern Quebec on the eastern side of Hudson Bay.

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Basically, this was an expedition to study global warming effects in the Arctic that was blocked by too much ice!

Jul 21 14:08

Sharpton: Climate Change is a Civil Rights Issue, Blacks Suffer Disproportionately

Monday, at the White House Champions of Change Faith Leaders for Climate event, the host of MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation,” Reverend Al Sharpton, said climate change is a “civil rights issue” because it “disproportionately” affects African-Americans.

Sharpton said, “it [climate change] is an issue of justice, and it is an issue of human rights. African-Americans are at a higher risk of being close, or predisposed to areas of carbon, as well as other poisonous pollution in the air. And we have a disproportionate interest because we suffer disproportionately.”

Here's one to add to your list of reasons for climate change.

Jul 21 11:20

How this year's bitterly cold July is ending a hot streak

Two weeks ago, I wrote a column that said that we shouldn't give up on July just yet. There were a few recent examples of previous Julys which had started slow yet still finished nicely.

Well, here we are, two weeks later, two chilly weekends have gone by, and July of 2015 is slowly and steadily inching closer to becoming one for the record books …for all the wrong reasons.

This July is not only shaping up to be the coldest since 1993, it will very likely end an amazing run of 21 straight years where the average July high was 20 Celsius or warmer.

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Meanwhile here in the states, all the owned media is screaming that 2015 is the hottest year on record (if you don't count 1936, the Roman and Medieval Warm periods, and ignore the record cold winters we have seen over these last few years).

Jul 21 08:57

Arctic ice 'grew by a third' after cool summer in 2013

The volume of Arctic sea ice increased by around a third after an unusually cool summer in 2013.

Researchers say the growth continued in 2014 and more than compensated for losses recorded in the three previous years.

Jul 20 14:30

CARBONAXI BEX ALERT - Smashing All Previous Records, 2015 on Track to Be Hottest Year Yet

The planet Earth, with mankind's help, is leap-frogging into sweltering new territory.

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We had snow on the Big Island over the weekend.

Jul 20 11:17

Australia’s 'sunshine state' covered in snow during record cold snap

Icy blasts of wind have led to an unusual blanket of heavy snowfall across Queensland – which typically calls itself the “sunshine state” – during some of the coldest winter weather in decades.

Jul 20 10:52

Denmark's weather 'won't get much better'

Monday’s chilly and grey conditions may set the tone for the remainder of July, as meteorology institute DMI says that summer warmth is nowhere in sight.

Jul 19 16:37

NSW snow: Big freeze causes snowfalls from Goulburn to Katoomba

A DEEP freeze not seen in NSW for at least 20 years has caused havoc on the roads, closed schools and services, and put Sydney commuters through one of their coldest mornings on record.

The apparent temperature in Sydney’s CBD dropped to -1C at 7am today, believed to be the coldest for the city since hourly wind chill readings began in the 1990s, with rain exacerbating the discomfort.

Further west it was snow causing most of the trouble.

More than 40 schools in the Blue Mountains and Southern Highlands had to be closed because of snow.

An estimated 9500 homes in those regions were without electricity on Friday morning after snow-laden tree branches hit power lines.

Jul 19 16:28

Ice makes a rare impact on Australian flights

Jul 19 10:22

There's Somehow Still an Enormous Snow Pile in Buffalo

Which is the flintier city when it comes to winter, Buffalo or Boston?

Well, to judge from the endurance of each burg’s snow, the honor goes to Buffalo, which is living up to its new “For Real” motto with a for-real pile of powder still lazing around.

Boston’s crystal mountain, the Seaport Snow Farm, once could knock birds out of the sky with a reported height of 75 feet. It finally melted this week to much fanfare. But at the Buffalo Central Terminal, a righteous mound of snow refuses to die. Not that you’d recognize it as such—from witness reports it looks like an oily landslide or a rotting whale carcass.

Jul 19 10:19

Australia’s 'sunshine state' covered in snow during record cold snap

Icy blasts of wind have led to an unusual blanket of heavy snowfall across Queensland – which typically calls itself the “sunshine state” – during some of the coldest winter weather in decades.

Parts of eastern Australia recorded their lowest temperatures in more than forty years, as Queenslanders – more familiar with sunny beaches and drought – received several inches of snow.

“We haven't seen snow like this in 30 years," said Jess Carey, from the Bureau of Meteorology. "People talk about the 1984 event – it really is the most significant since then."

Jul 19 10:01

Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Track 2006

With the Arctic melt season rapidly winding down, sea ice is following an almost identical track to 2006 – the year with the highest minimum of the past decade.

Jul 19 10:00

Capital Of Greenland Having Their Coldest Year Since 1993

Nuuk is located on the southwest coast of Greenland, near the area where peak melting occurs on the ice sheet. They are having one of their coldest years on record, and coldest since 1993, which was cooled by Mt. Pinatubo. Temperatures have been plummeting there since 2003.

Meanwhile, the center of the ice sheet has seen no melt this season, and won’t see any melt the remainder of the season. It is very cold there and scientists are disappearing under the ice.

Jul 19 08:37

Aloha, summer! Snowstorm hits Hawaiian volcano (TIMELAPSE)

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"That's not snow! That's global warming dust!" -- Saint Al of the Gore

Jul 18 01:33

Satellites: Earth Is Nearly In Its 21st Year Without Global Warming

After September of this year, the Earth will be entering its 21st year without statistically significant warming trend, according to satellite-derived temperature data.

Jul 17 09:23

Australia’s 'sunshine state' covered in snow during record cold snap

Icy blasts of wind have led to an unusual blanket of heavy snowfall across Queensland – which typically calls itself the “sunshine state” – during some of the coldest winter weather in decades.

Parts of eastern Australia recorded their lowest temperatures in more than forty years, as Queenslanders – more familiar with sunny beaches and drought – received several inches of snow.

Jul 16 14:58

Eastern Australia's ongoing cold snap sees homeless move north

Homeless people from Australia's south which is experiencing a record and sustained cold snap are heading north to warmer areas.

Successive Antarctic cold fronts have dumped snow and freezing rain in the southern states of Victoria and Queensland and seen temperatures drop below zero in many areas and as low as five degrees in usually warmer coastal areas at night.

But the wind chill factor has made conditions much colder and it was reported by Fairfax Media on Thursday that one Sydney homeless woman died from hypothermia last week, and was not murdered as police first thought.

Jul 16 14:56

Metro delays, Pori panel, 2nd coldest summer and 6th place reputation

Next, the country’s leading daily Helsingin Sanomat reports that the summer of 2015 may just go down as the second-coldest summer on record, as Finland has only had four days where the temperature has reached more than 25 degrees Celsius so far. “If you measure the summer in terms of the number of very warm days, this summer is not quite the worst ever, however. In 1962, Finland only had three days over 25C all summer,” says the paper’s meteorologist Annina Törmä.

Many locations in Finland haven’t even made it past the 25 degree mark yet this summer. Even Oulu, which is known for its high summer temps, has only seen a high of 23. The temperature reached 30 degrees Celsius at nine observation stations in Finland on only one day this summer, July 3rd.

Jul 16 14:52

States brace for second cold snap

The coldest weather in over three decades will bring snow to northern NSW and southern Queensland in the next 24 hours, Sky News Weather Chief Meterologist Tom Saunders says.

"Near record cold temperatures are currently gripping NSW and southern QLD for the second time in a week and already some locations including Albury and West Wyalong have recorded their coldest day in over 20 years," he said.

Jul 16 11:10

NOAA BEX - International report confirms: 2014 was Earth’s warmestyear on record

Climate markers continue to show global warming trend

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"Yessiree-bob, humans are warming the Earth, unemployment is only 5.6%, Obamacare works, the economy will be fine if you just spend more money, Saddam had nukes, and the Greek people are lazy idiots who deserve what they got!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jul 16 11:00

Your photos: It's been a cold week [in Australia]

If you were in the Albury Wodonga area and felt extra cold on Wednesday, you would have been right. The Bureau of Meteorology has confirmed it was the coldest day on record in twenty years.

Jul 16 11:00

Paul Wetzl’s Weather Blog: The cold facts about July

My forecast for tonight (July 15th into the 16th) has a near record low temperature in it. We will dip into the upper 40’s in spots. This sparked my interest in wondering how cold it has been in recorded history during the month of July. Here is what I came up with.

Jul 16 10:58

States brace for second cold snap

The coldest weather in over three decades will bring snow to northern NSW and southern Queensland in the next 24 hours, Sky News Weather Chief Meterologist Tom Saunders says.

Jul 16 08:55

BEX ALERT - Taxing Meat To Fight Climate Change

Global climate change threatens to have disastrous consequences for life as we know it. Animal agriculture makes a tremendous contribution to climate change. While largely ignored in the policy arena, in recent years, scientists have suggested a tax on meat to begin to address this issue.

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Government swindles you by making up imaginary threats and selling you equally imaginary solutions to them.

Jul 16 07:07

Australia Getting Slammed With Cold And Snow

Jul 15 10:58

MEGA BEX ALERT - There’s more to that 'mini ice age' story, and here’s why

Earlier this week, we wrote about a presentation given by mathematics professor Valentina Zharkova from Northumbria University in the UK at the annual National Astronomy Meeting in Wales, in which she compared three solar cycles 15 years in the future to the Maunder Minimum - a 'mini ice age' that plunged the northern hemisphere into a series of bitterly cold winters between 1645 and 1715.

While Zharkova and her team maintain that things will be extra chilly during this period of decreased solar activity, others are not so convinced, because believe it or not, humans actually have a bigger impact on Earth’s climate than the Sun does.

Jul 15 07:38

Households must fork out an extra £36million to keep the lights on this winter as the risk of blackouts increases after power stations are closed

Households face higher energy bills this winter as power chiefs have been forced to spend £36million protecting against the risk of winter blackouts.

So many power plants have closed recently that the grid will be dangerously close to full capacity during periods of peak demand in the winter months.

National Grid has announced that it is spending millions putting mothballed plants on standby, and will pay companies to shut down their factories when the grid is overloaded.

Without the new emergency measures, the grid would have had just 1.2 per cent of spare capacity during the coldest, darkest evenings in the coming winter.

The company said that if the country were hit with unusually cold weather, the network would risk becoming overloaded, leading to widespread blackouts.

Jul 15 07:31

Arctic Doom Deepens For Climate Fraudsters

Arctic sea ice extent continues at its highest level since 2005, with only a few weeks left in the melt season.

Jul 14 14:31

Yay Global Warming! : Boston’s massive pile of filthy snow finally melts away

Mayor Martin Walsh announced Tuesday that Boston’s once-massive pile of filthy snow has officially dwindled to nothing. The pile accumulated into a 75-foot tower of snow after a record-breaking winter that dumped more than 110 inches on the city.

Jul 14 10:12

Solar warnings, global warming and crimes against humanity

We’ve been seeing a lot of unexpectedly cool weather across the world. While this may be explained by local phenomenon such as the Northeast Monsoon in Malaysia and the Polar Vortex in the USA, a longer term trend of worldwide cooling is headed our way.

I say this because the sun – the main source of light and heat for our planet – is approaching a combined low point in output. Solar activity rises and falls in different overlapping cycles, and the low points of several cycles will coincide in the near future:

A) 11-year Schwabe Cycle which had a minimum in 2008 and is due for the next minimum in 2019, then 2030. Even at its recent peak (2013) the sun had its lowest recorded activity in 200 years.

B) 87-year Gleissberg cycle which has a currently ongoing minimum period from 1997 – 2032, corresponding to the observed ‘lack of global warming’ (more on that later).

C) 210-year Suess cycle which has its next minimum predicted to be around 2040.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

I wonder what all those losers who bought into Al Gore's BS and now can;t admit they were made fools of will say now. The Sun hates Al Gore? The Sun is getting checks from the big oil companies?

Jul 14 09:04

Global warming is causing rain to melt the Greenland ice sheet

The bovine excrement is being flung around with a snowblower.

Jul 14 09:00

No, Earth is not heading toward a ‘mini ice age’

As far as the solar variations go, “The effect is a drop in the bucket, a barely detectable blip, on the overall warming trajectory we can expect over the next several decades from greenhouse warming,” said Michael Mann, distinguished professor of meteorology at Pennsylvania State University, in an e-mail to the Post.

Jul 14 08:46

Warming 'worst case' must be considered say experts

Webmaster addition: "Okay, maybe the world is getting colder, but you should pay your carbon tax ... just in case!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Jul 14 08:43

Australian cold snap continues

This weekend’s unusually cold weather delivered snowfalls, strong winds and the possibility of flash flooding to South-east Australia.

Australians in the New South Wales (NSW), and even the “Sunshine state” Queensland, pulled out extra warm woolies as a blanket of snow covers several parts of the region. The adverse weather is expected to last into next week and is some of the coldest weather in decades, thanks to an icy cold snap.

Jul 14 08:38

Chile and Argentina Just Got Hammered With Tons of Snow

Jonesin' for some serious powder? Winter in Chile and Argentina might have gotten off to a bit of a late start, but things are looking good after a huge snowstorm this weekend. The most snow fell on the Paso Internacional Los Libertadores, a mountain pass in the Andes between Argentina and Chile and about 3 miles from Portillo Ski Resort. Although some of the totals were no doubt influenced by the wind at the top of the pass,the Chilean government reported over 9 feet of snow and the pass remains closed. The ski areas throughout both countries also faired well, measuring anywhere from 2 to 5 feet of snow.

Jul 14 08:36

Massive Boston snow pile finally melts more than 3 weeks into summer

"Thus proving that the planet is heating up" - Al Bore

Jul 13 15:31

Gov. Brown to meet with pope on climate change, slavery

California Gov. Jerry Brown announced Thursday that he is heading to Vatican City to discuss climate change and modern slavery with dignitaries including Pope Francis.

Jul 13 15:30

Chain of Underwater Volcanoes Discovered During Lobster Hunt

Jul 13 15:28

Most widespread snow event in NSW since 2007

In terms of snowfall, this event is likely to affect the largest region since 2007, possibly earlier. Orange will have one of the greatest snow depths, with 10-15 centimetres likely to be on the ground early Monday morning.