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.

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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.

Jul 13 14:55

It's a record-breaking winter so far

Complaints about the cold weather this month are justified, as some parts of the country have reported their lowest temperatures.

More than 30 weather stations around New Zealand have also had daily maximum temperature recordings that are either the lowest ever recorded, or at least in the top four coldest for July.

Jul 13 14:54

Queensland gets first snow in two years as eastern Australia braces for new front

A new cold front is expected to hit eastern Australia on Tuesday bringing snow down to 500 metres in western Victoria and frosts on Wednesday morning in the cold, dry air behind the front. It will affect much of NSW by Thursday.

Bureau of Meteorology senior forecaster Scott Williams said temperatures across Victoria were generally only 1C to 3C below average.

Jul 13 14:44

A 'mini ice age' is coming in the next 15 years

A new model that predicts the solar cycles more accurately than ever before has suggested that solar activity will drop by 60 percent between 2030 and 2040, which means in just 15 years’ time, Earth could sink into what researchers are calling a mini ice age.

Such low solar activity has not been seen since the last mini ice age, called the Maunder Minimum, which plunged the northern hemisphere in particular into a series of bitterly cold winters between 1645 and 1715.

Jul 13 10:24

Huge Increase In Oldest/Thickest Arctic Sea Ice Since 2011

A few years ago, crack government scientists announced that the Arctic was out of multi-year ice, and it was your fault

Being a government climate scientist means never admitting you are wrong, but rather just ramp your lies up louder.

Jul 13 10:23

US Midwest Having Its Coldest Three Years On Record

The last three years in the US midwest have had the lowest average temperature on record. This has been accompanied by record amounts of ice on the Great Lakes. Experts say the record cold is due to an overheated atmosphere.

Jul 13 10:23

Northeast US Having Their Third Coldest Year On Record

The northeast US is having their third coldest year on record, and coldest since 1917. This region includes climate dimwits Sheldon Whitehouse and Barack Obama – who believe they are overheating.

Jul 10 11:57

The 6 Biggest Threats to the Amazon Rainforest

Michael Whitehouse, Staff Writer
Waking Times

The Amazon rainforest is an incredible place. Its plant ecosystem stores 17% of the world’s carbon which helps regulate the earth’s temperature. The region is often referred to as “the lungs of the earth” as it produces substantial amounts of oxygen, supporting countless lifeforms. Spanning a huge chunk of South America, it is home to a staggering number of animal and plant species, with 427 mammals and 40,000 plant species discovered to date, and that’s just scratching the surface. And yet this indispensable region of planet earth is under continued threat.

Jul 10 09:56

Snow possible for parts of Queensland as brutally cold weather descends on state

The very cold, dry trough will extend north and eastwards across most of the state from Sunday, the Bureau of Meteorology said.

It could bring be the coldest temperatures seen in the south-east corner of the state in the past three years.

Jul 10 09:54

Gisborne battles snow, power cuts

He said locals have told him it's the heaviest fall of snow in Gisborne for 30 years.

Jul 10 08:54

Have the oceans been HIDING the true scale of global warming? Nasa warns heat hasn't disappeared, it's just been buried in the sea

Powerful winds in the Pacific and Indian oceans are hiding the effects of global warming.

This is according to a new report that claims the so-called 'pause' in climate change never took place – scientists just haven't been digging deep enough.

The pause refers to the fact that the temperature of Earth's surface has increased by just 0.06°C in the past 15 years.

It has been used by some groups as evidence that climate change is not happening.

But the Nasa study claims the planet's extra heat has spent the last 10 years sinking into the depths of equatorial waters.


Jul 10 08:40

South Canterbury temperature coldest recorded in New Zealand for 20 years

NIWA's climate summary for June recorded the lowest temperature at Tara Hills, near Omarama in the Mackenzie Country, on June 24 when it fell to -21 degree Celsius.

This temperature was the fourth-lowest temperature ever recorded in New Zealand and the coldest temperature recorded in New Zealand for more than 20 years.

During the day on June 24, Tara Hills reached a maximum temperature of -9C, its lowest maximum temperature on record.

Overnight on June 24 and 25, temperatures in the central South Island plunged to well below freezing when Tara Hills recorded -19.7C and Lake Pukaki -16.3C.

They stayed well below freezing on June 25 and 26 with Omarama recording -15C and Pukaki recording -12C.

The nationwide average temperature in June was 8.9C.

Jul 10 08:38

Coldest snap in five years to hit Australia with predicted snow and hail

Temperatures will drop to freezing on much of Australia’s east coast this weekend in what could be the region’s bitterest cold snap in five years.

Strong cold winds, rain, snow and hail were expected to batter the nation’s south-east for days.

Sydneysiders could expect an average maximum temperature of 59F (15C) for four days – a two year record.

And temperatures across the region were expected to drop three to seven degrees below average for up to five days, according to Weatherzone.

Jul 09 12:09

Wednesday’s high of 67 second-coldest on record

You weren’t imagining a cool breeze Wednesday in the Detroit area.

Wednesday’s high of 67 in Detroit was the second-coldest on record, according to the National Weather Service, that’s a mere 1 degree from the coldest July 8 on record — 66 degrees in 1891, the weather service said.

Jul 07 15:16

Snow forecast for Scotland's highest peaks

Snow has been forecast for Scotland's highest mountain peaks on Wednesday, according to the Met Office.

Forecasters also said some of the most sheltered Highland glens could have frost on Thursday morning after temperatures dip to 3C.

The weather comes about a week after temperatures rose to 30C around Inverness and the north west Highlands.

Jul 07 15:11

Hot summers 'to become the norm in UK'

We've had just over a week of warm weather in the UK. I was waiting for this headline.

Jul 07 10:31

Yesterday, Shanghai recorded its coldest July day in 112 years

The highest temperature in Shanghai yesterday reached only 21.2 degrees Celsius, making it the coldest July day recorded in the past 112 years

Jul 07 10:21

Nobel Prize-Winning Scientist Who Endorsed Obama Now Says Prez. is ‘Ridiculous’ & ‘Dead Wrong’ on ‘Global Warming’

Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Dr. Ivar Giaever: 'Global warming is a non-problem'

'I say this to Obama: Excuse me, Mr. President, but you're wrong. Dead wrong.'

'Global warming really has become a new religion.'

"I am worried very much about the [UN] conference in Paris in November...I think that the people who are alarmist are in a very strong position.'

'We have to stop wasting huge, I mean huge amounts of money on global warming.'

Jul 06 10:32

Mount St. Helens, still steaming, holds the world’s newest glacier

Rocks and boulders sloughed off the crater walls, kicking up plumes of dust as they clattered down the near-vertical slopes. Steam rose from the twin magma domes formed after Mount St. Helens’ cataclysmic eruption in 1980 and the quieter outburst that started in 2004.

But Yurkewycz, operations director for the nonprofit Mount St. Helens Institute, was focused less on the volcano’s fiery past than its icy present. Few people realize, he said, that the hollowed-out crater where lava was flowing just a few years ago now holds the world’s youngest glacier.

Jul 03 17:42

Will rising CO2 damage the world's oceans? NOT SO MUCH – new boffinry

The study grew phytoplankton at the high carbon dioxide levels predicted for the year 2100 and beyond.

The samples were allowed to evolve through 400 generations, with some exposed to varying levels of CO2 and some kept at constant CO2 levels.

Researchers found that samples exposed to fluctuating CO2 levels was better able to cope with further changes in conditions, compared with those grown in stable CO2 levels.

The finding suggests that populations ... will adapt more to the varied conditions expected in future than was previously thought based on experiments at stable conditions.

Jul 03 16:33

U.S. Jails Lone Vaccine Researcher, While Fraud Remains Epidemic: “Perhaps Half May Simply Be Untrue”

The seriousness of fraudulent science research is indeed on a grand scale, and could cost lives... but most science fraud goes unpublished:

Rare is the scientist who goes to prison on research misconduct charges. But on 1 July, Dong-Pyou Han, a former biomedical scientist at Iowa State University in Ames, was sentenced to 57 months for fabricating and falsifying data in HIV vaccine trials.


Jul 02 10:23

Bangor sets record for low temperatures in six-month period

A city record for low temperatures spanning more than seven decades has been broken, according to the National Weather Service.

The average temperature in Bangor from Jan. 1 to June 30 was 34 degrees, breaking the city’s record for lowest average temperatures over a six-month span.

Jul 02 09:19

BBC Climate Fraud Of The Day

The BBC claims yesterday was the hottest July day on record in the UK

Central England Temperatures have been record for centuries, and they show yesterday was nowhere near the hottest July day.

Jul 01 14:43

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC blames ‘global warming’… Is Global Warming Causing More Shark Attacks?

National Geographic published a piece exploring the different factors possibly driving last month’s shark attacks. One of the five factors influencing shark attacks the news outlet listed was “global warming.”

Jul 01 14:01

Danish summer the coldest for 24 years so far

If you thought June was particularly cold, grey and dismal this year, you are not mistaken – not since 1991 have we experienced a June as cold as this one.

With an average temperature of only 12.3 degrees, Denmark was a whole 2 degrees below normal for the first summer month of the year, according to DMI.

Jun 30 18:28

Robert Redford Urges Heads of States to Agree on Climate Change at U.N.

"We all agree it's bullshit. Film at 11."

Jun 30 09:17

Europe is set to get COLDER: Melting sea ice could weaken the Gulf Stream and cause temperatures to plummet

WEBMASTER ADDITION: This is the story line from the movie "The Day After Tomorrow" and the "conveyor belt" theory behind it has already been discredited it. The carbonazis are still looking for a way to protect their precious human-caused global warming theory (and the carbon tax) in the face of record setting winters, and another likely on the way.

Jun 30 08:26

Iceland’s Glaciers May Expand after Snowy Winter

After the unusually heavy snowfall last winter—20 to 30 percent more snow fell compared to the average winter in the past 20 years—Iceland’s glaciers may expand for the first time in two decades, according to glaciologist Þorsteinn Þorsteinsson at the Icelandic Met Office.

Jun 30 08:24

Summer forecast calls for more cool weather in July for Ontario, Quebec

Be patient, Ontario and Quebec, summer really is around the corner. It just depends on your definition of "around the corner."

You might have to wait a little longer because Dave Phillips, Environment Canada's senior climatologist, says temperatures will be below average into July, with above average precipitation, too.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Gosh DARN that human-caused global warming!

Jun 29 08:43

Supreme Court strikes down Obama power-plant regulations

The Supreme Court on Monday dealt a serious blow to President Obama’s climate-change agenda, striking down key environmental regulations limiting pollution from power plants.

Justice Anthony Kennedy sided with the conservative side of the court in the 5-4 decision, with the majority ruling that the Obama administration should have factored into its rulemaking process the cost of the proposed regulations, known as the Mercury and Air Toxics Standards (MATS).

Jun 28 09:54

Scientists Detect Mysterious Warming in U.S. Coastal Waters

Oceanographers are puzzled by an accelerated burst of warming sea that threatens the fisheries of the American Atlantic coast.

Meanwhile, off the US West coast, scientists report that they have been baffled by a mysterious “blob” of water up to 4°C warmer than the surrounding Pacific, linked to weird weather across the entire country.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Pop quiz: How many active volcanoes and thermal vents are on the floor of the world's oceans? Don't know? Don't feel bad; it's a trick question. Nobody knows. Nobody knows how many active volcanoes and thermal vents there are on the floor of the world's oceans. And they don't know if the source of the "warm blobs" in the Pacific and Atlantic are caused by newly erupting geothermal events on the ocean floor, for two reasons. One, it is very difficult and dangerous to get close to an active undersea volcano, more so than an active volcano on land. Second, these scientists are probably being funded to focus on finding some way to blame the warming on humans, to support the carbon tax agenda.

Jun 27 14:56

Editorial: NZ should be doing its bit for the climate

Climate change protesters looked very chilly up on a parapet at Parliament this week.

Icy conditions throughout the country and floods in some districts have made it hard to worry about the rising temperature of the planet, though climate science says extremes of all weather events are a consequence of global warming.

They also tell us today New Zealand has one of the highest levels of scepticism on climate change. We are behind only Norway and Australia and marginally more sceptical then even citizens of the United States. Why might this be?

Possibly it is harder to believe in environmental catastrophe in places where people breath fresh air every day, have plenty of space and live within easy reach of oceans, farms, forests and natural landscapes. Norway, Australia and New Zealand are all in the category.

Jun 26 11:36

Baby, it's still cold outside

Two of the top four coldest temperatures ever on New Zealand record books have happened in the past week in the high country

Jun 26 08:12

Arctic Sea Ice Extent Highest In A Decade

Jun 25 09:29

US Burn Acreage Plummeting, Lowest In A Decade

Jun 25 09:27

No Schoolchild Has Seen Any Global Warming

Nothing bad is happening. The climate is not changing. It is all 100% propaganda, data tampering and superstition. Children are being lied to about a non-existent climate crisis – just as their great-great-great grandparents were lied to.

Jun 25 09:00

The White House Wants Your Doctor To Teach You About Global Warming

Americans trust their doctors, so the White House wants these medical professionals to be a mouthpiece for President Obama’s global warming agenda.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

Raising on a busted flush. People do NOT trust their doctors, mostly because of government cover-ups of dangerous medications.

This is part of a larger pattern. Obama is trying to find some front-man or front-group the public still trusts to sell his agenda. He has wrecked the credibility of science with this global warming nonsense, ruined the credibility of corporate media with the sum total of all the lies, and now desperately recruits doctors and even the Pope, hoping to find someone that the public will listen too without doubt or skepticism. If anything, this is a measure of how desperate the global warming promoters are to stop the collapse of their hoax.

Jun 25 08:01

EPA Chief: ‘Climate Deniers’ Aren’t Normal Human Beings

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy told an audience Tuesday gathered at a White House conference “normal people,” not “climate deniers” will win the debate on global warming.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

"Because 'normal' people don't use their brains. 'Normal' people believe what we tell them to believe because, well, that's NORMAL, or at least it has been normal for the last 100 years, and THAT'S good enough for us! We just need to get the American people to go back to 'normal' and we can get this country back on track making fortunes for the already rich! Those people who actually think for themselves and ignore our expensively produced propaganda in favor of looking at the raw data for themselves are a menace to society and a clear and present danger to my carbon tax ... I mean to the National Security! We really ought to just round up all these disloyal misfits who dare to point out all that ... global warming powder on the ground last winter and put them in the FEMA camps until they learn to think only double-plus good thoughts!" -- Official White Horse Souse

First rule of propagandists:

If the facts are against you, argue the logic.

If the logic is against you, argue the facts.

If both the facts and the logic are against you, call the other side names.

And here we are! If they are down to calling us bad names, that means they know the facts and logic are against them.

Jun 24 13:18

Britain faces FREEZING winters as slump in solar activity threatens ‘little Ice Age’

BRITAIN could face colder than average winters with a plunge in solar activity threatening a new “little ice age” in the next few decades.

Jun 24 09:13

Hottest Year Ever Update

In June, 1934 half of the US was over 100 degrees.

So far this June, only a tiny percentage of stations have been over 100 degrees.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

And there are more stations today than back in 1934.

Jun 24 08:51

Understanding The Danger Of CO2

CO2 has increased by one part per ten thousand over the past century. This is equivalent to packing an extra eleven people into Camp Nou, or an entire football squad.

Jun 24 08:47

Arctic Meltdown Scam In Complete Collapse

Arctic sea ice extent is now higher than 2006, the year with the highest summer minimum of the past decade.

There is still snow in southern Greenland on June 24. Vikings used to farm there. That would be impossible now.

The Northwest Passage is completely blocked by thick, multi-year ice.

Jun 24 07:43

1977 - Scholars and expert climatologists warn of new ice age

Jun 24 06:28

Natural cooling of the Sun will not be enough to save Earth from global warming, warn scientists

There is about a one-in-five chance of the Sun entering the same kind of cooling phase that allowed “frost fairs” to be held on the frozen River Thames 300 years ago – but scientists warned that the next solar transition will not be enough to save the world from global warming.

A rapid decline in the Sun’s activity is making it increasingly likely that within the next half century the world will experience a “grand solar minimum”, which is thought to have contributed to the so-called Little Ice Age in Europe and parts of North America in the 17th and 18th Centuries.

However, a study has found that the expected fall in global average temperature resulting from the natural, long-term fluctuations in solar activity will be dwarfed by the projected rise in temperatures due to man-made emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide.

Jun 24 06:21

Dutch court orders government slash greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25 per cent by 2020

A Dutch court has ordered the country slash greenhouse gas emissions by at least 25 per cent by 2020, after a group of citizens took their government to court.

"The court orders the state to reduce the overall volume of greenhouse gas emissions in such a way that they are at least 25 per cent less in 2020 compared to 1990," judge Hans Hofhuis said.

The ruling came after almost 900 Dutch citizens took their government to court in April in a bid to force a reduction of greenhouse gas emissions to tackle climate change.