Oct 04 13:09

BEX ALERT - Godzilla Niño and the Blob: How Weather Cycles and Ocean Temperatures Mask Global Warming

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The carbonazis know we are headed into another brutal winter, so they are trying to save their little scam with a flood of propaganda that global warming is real and you should ignore your frostbite!

Oct 04 10:24

Silly Celeb Claims War In Syria Caused By Global Warming

The millionaire former child prodigy, appearing on the BBC’s Question Time last night, said global warming was “a big factor” in the brutal conflict between rebel groups, Isis and Bashar Assad.

Ms Church, who has become a high-profile campaigner against the British government’s austerity programme, later took to Twitter to complain about the programme’s audience after they responded to her complaint about climate change with silence.

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She should be grateful they didn't laugh her off of the stage!

Oct 04 10:16

Miranda Devine: Perth electrical engineer’s discovery will change climate change debate

A former climate modeller for the Government’s Australian Greenhouse Office, with six degrees in applied mathematics, Dr Evans has unpacked the architecture of the basic climate model which underpins all climate science.

He has found that, while the underlying physics of the model is correct, it had been applied incorrectly.

He has fixed two errors and the new corrected model finds the climate’s sensitivity to carbon dioxide (CO2) is much lower than was thought.
Miranda Devine. Picture: Peter Brew-Bevan

It turns out the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has over-estimated future global warming by as much as 10 times, he says.

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"It was just a simple mistake. Really. A mistake. Nothing suspicious here at all. Honest!" -- Saint Al of the Gore

Oct 04 08:13

Race to North Pole not hurting Great Lakes — yet

The international race to open up exploration routes through shrinking ice cover in the Arctic Ocean has the White House pressing for greater icebreaking capabilities in and around the North Pole.

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Why is this a problem? The global warming people keep insisting the Arctic ice has all melted away! :)

Oct 02 11:49

September weather breaks multiple records in Anchorage, Fairbanks

Two major snow storms in Fairbanks combined to make last month the city's second snowiest September in the past 102 years of record keeping. September 2015 recorded 20.9 inches of snow. Only September 1992 has experienced more snow, with 24.4 inches falling that year.

Oct 02 10:38

Chicken Little Al Gore Renews Climate Change Lie

Air so hot it melts airport runways. Floodwaters rise up to crumble roads and bridges. Methane gas billows up from the earth blowing terrifying holes in Siberia.

These scenarios sound straight out of the Book of Revelation or the movie “2012?. But, they are not. These scenarios were part of a three hour presentation by Al Gore in Miami as he works diligently to amass an army of organizers to spread his “global warming/climate change” propaganda.

According to the former US Vice President and Nobel Peace Prize winner, who has trained more than 5,000 people to combat this ruse in the last 18 months, our modern world is literally collapsing around us making it imperative for everyone to change their ways. Gore’s Academy award winning documentary, “An Inconvenient Truth,” gets an update at each session with the “latest news footage and startling videos” showing the effects of the fossil fuel industry that threatens the earth’s survival.

Oct 02 10:08

Record Sea Ice Growth

Oct 01 18:13

Top U.S. physicist claims global warming is a “scam”

Harold Warren Lewis, a respected physicist who had previously advised both the U.S. Government and the Pentagon on various matters including missile defence and nuclear winter, shocked his peers when he disseminated his letter of resignation from the American Physical Society.

Lewis accused the American Physical Society of supporting “the global warming scam, with the trillions of dollars driving it that has corrupted so many scientists.” The physicist’s letter contained a number of complaints, including the APS’ lack of a response to his endeavours to gather a committee to evaluate evidence for a human link to climate change. Lewis revealed that global warming was “the greatest and most successful pseudoscientific fraud” he has even seen in his career.

Oct 01 12:06

Global Cooling Discovery May Scupper Paris Climate Talks

According to a study by the Institute of Catalysis and Environment in Lyon (IRCELYON, CNRS / University Lyon 1) and the Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS), the oceans are producing unexpectedly large quantities of isoprene – a volatile organic compound (VOC) – which is known to have a cooling effect on climate.

Oct 01 08:42

Fairbanks recovering from snowstorm, but 6,000 still without power

Fairbanks is gradually having its power restored in the wake of a winter storm that closed area schools Wednesday and delivered about a foot of record-setting snow.

Sep 30 18:54

Fairbanks area hammered by heavy snow, power outages

Fairbanks has been paralyzed by major power outages following overnight snowfall more than a foot deep in some places, with more coming down across the region Wednesday morning.

The Golden Valley Electric Association said shortly before 11 a.m. Wednesday that more than 20,000 people lost power at some point overnight Tuesday as heavy snows hit Fairbanks, with about three-quarters of them still in the dark at midday Wednesday. It had initially reported between 7,000 and 9,000 people without power from the outages, caused by snow and ice-laden trees hitting power lines.

Sep 30 14:58

Obama, Pope, UN: con artists together

“In March, Mr. Obama submitted a plan to the United Nations detailing how the United States would meet its target [on reducing global warming]. It said it would do so chiefly through enactment of Environmental Protection Agency regulations on emissions from cars, trucks and power plants.” (New York Times, “Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans,” 6/30/15) -- Translation of the above quote: Obama will bypass Congress and make global warming decisions for the future of America through executive fiat.

Sep 30 14:43

Obama, Pope, UN: con artists together

By Jon Rappoport

“In March, Mr. Obama submitted a plan to the United Nations detailing how the United States would meet its target [on reducing global warming]. It said it would do so chiefly through enactment of Environmental Protection Agency regulations on emissions from cars, trucks and power plants.” (New York Times, “Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans,” 6/30/15)

Translation of the above quote: Obama will bypass Congress and make global warming decisions for the future of America through executive fiat.

Poverty, hunger, climate change. Solving these problems is the announced objective, tying together Obama, the Pope, and the UN.

A moment’s reflection reveals the absurdity of their high-flying rhetoric...

Sep 30 12:55

Fairbanks, Alaska – Largest September snowfall on record

7,000-9,000 without power in Fairbanks, Alaska, area now from the largest ever snowfall to occur in September on record

Sep 30 12:16

Arctic Sea Ice Still TOO THICK For Ships To Regularly Traverse The Northwest Passage

For years, scientists and activists have predicted the Arctic would be ice-free during the summers and winter sea ice levels would continue to decline. But what they didn’t count on was sea ice remaining too thick for ships to regularly travel through.

Sep 30 11:41

Heavy Snow Thwarts Only Expedition to Peak of Mount Everest in 2015

This year's only expedition to the top of Mount Everest fell short of reaching the mountain's peak due to heavy snow, meaning that no one will step foot on top of the world's tallest mountain this year.

Heavy snow has fallen around Mount Everest in Nepal's Himalaya Mountains over the past weeks and has made some parts of the climb too difficult to navigate, forcing many people to abandon their attempts at climbing Everest.

Sep 30 09:21

37% Growth In Arctic Sea Ice Since 2012

Sep 30 08:57

MASSIVE GLOBAL COOLING process discovered as Paris climate deal looms

As world leaders get ready to head to Paris for the latest pact on cutting CO2 emissions, it has emerged that there isn't as much urgency about the matter as had been thought.

A team of top-level atmospheric chemistry boffins from France and Germany say they have identified a new process by which vast amounts of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are emitted into the atmosphere from the sea - a process which was unknown until now, meaning that existing climate models do not take account of it.

The effect of VOCs in the air is to cool the climate down, and thus climate models used today predict more warming than can actually be expected.

Sep 29 14:34

Planet Still Standing 500 Days After French Foreign Minister Warned of ‘Climate Chaos

In May 2014, French foreign minister Laurent Fabius declared during a joint appearance with Secretary of State John Kerry that “we have 500 days to avoid climate chaos.” Late last week, time ran out.

Sep 29 12:15

Fall is here: It was 23 degrees in northern Minnesota this morning

The lowest recorded temperature in the state was 23 degrees in International Falls and 25 degrees in Embarrass, the National Weather Service tweeted. The last time it was this cold was April 29.

Sep 29 12:14

Coldest So Early

It's turning cooler after a very warm September. Just how cold can it get at this time of the year? Here are a couple of examples:

September 28: Coldest so Early

Ironwood and Iron Mountain both have record low temperatures for so early in the season set on this date.

For Ironwood, it is September 28, 1907 with a low of 21 degrees. September 1907 was a cool month. The U.S. Weather Bureau in Marquette recorded a mean temperature of 2.2 degrees below average.

Sep 29 10:00

Rush Limbaugh: NASA Using Mars as Proof of Climate Change

Radio host Rush Limbaugh came down hard Monday on NASA's claim of finding water on Mars, stating that the dubious science would be used to promote the climate change agenda here on Earth.

Limbaugh read from a U.S. News & World Report article on the finding, saying, "quote, 'Eons ago, ancient Mars had "an extensive atmosphere," along with "an ocean two-thirds the size of the northern hemisphere and a mile deep," said Jim Green, director of planetary science at NASA said during a press conference on Monday.'

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The Carbonazis have tried to use Mars as a scarecrow, claiming that if we humans do not change our ways, Earth will lose most of its atmosphere and water the way Mars did.

But there is another factor they are ignoring.

If you look at a height map of Mars...

... you will notice a huge bulge in the planet underneath the Tharsis region, where the massive volcanoes are located. On almost the opposite side of Mars is a feature called Hellas, which is clearly the remains of a massive impact.

An impact sufficient to create such a vast crater and bulge out the opposite side of Mars, would "splash" the planet's atmosphere and water out into space, and I suggest that this event, rather than Martian Caused Barsoomic Warming, is why Mars has scant atmosphere and water today.

Sep 29 07:49

Pope Francis speaks with God

The Pope was sitting in his Popemobile bubble outside the UN. He was eating a Twix and looking over his speech notes when the phone rang. He picked up.

Pope: Yes?

God: It’s God, Francis. What’s happening down there?

Pope: What, no hello, how are you doing?

God: Cut the crap. Is the UN buying your end-poverty-hunger-global warming pitch?

Pope: Of course. The UN, Obama, and I are on the same page. That’s why I’m here in New York. You think I’d visit this place otherwise? Looks like they won’t even let me go see the Mets.

Sep 28 14:16

Cameron pledges £6bn to fight climate change

Britain will contribute almost £6 billion to fight climate change in developing countries over the next five years, Prime Minister David Cameron has said.

Sep 28 07:30

Arctic Sea Ice Continues Its Record September Increase

After the shortest melt season on record, Arctic sea ice has gained nearly one million km² since September 1.

Sep 28 07:29

Iowa Summers Used To Be Much Hotter And Longer

On this date in 1953, it was an unbelievable 101 degrees at Indianola, Iowa. September days over 100 degrees used to be fairly common there, but they haven’t had one in over 60 years.

Sep 27 14:56

Giant 'blob' of cold water in North Atlantic bucking trend of warmer-than-normal sea surface temperatures, say scientists

Temperatures of the sea surface in a vast region south of Greenland are near to, or below their lowest recorded levels

Sep 27 09:03

Goldman Strikes Again: Did A Probe Into "Global Warming" Fraud Cost A Prime Minister's Job

Did Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott just lose his job because of fears that a probe and audit of the "data" and "statistics" behind global warming could threaten to destroy Goldman Sachs' best laid cap-and-trade, emissions trading scheme and carbon tax plans?

Sep 27 08:33

This year’s El Niño weather pattern could be strongest on record

Climate scientists are better prepared than ever with prediction models and data on El Niño patterns, but the impact of this El Niño in the Northern Hemisphere is hard to forecast because there is also an Arctic warming effect at work on the Atlantic jetstream current.

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The Carbonazis are pointing to El Nino as support for their various theories about human-caused global warming, and I love where they claim to have models that predict the El Nino patterns. I hate to rain on their parade .... no, wait, yes I do! But they are claiming to predict a phenomenon that is unpredictable. Take a look at the following map.

This is a thermal image of the El Nino current, appearing mid-Pacific and flowing with the current towards the western edge of the Americas.

Now look at this.

This is a map of the known undersea volcanoes, and as you can see circled in red there are a large number of active volcanoes on the floor of the pacific in the same area that the El Nino current appears. I stress that these are only the known volcanoes. There are likely to be many more in what is clearly an unstable part of Earth's crust. As more of the volcanoes erupt, El Nino gets hotter. As the eruptions subside, El Nino gets cooler. But nobody can predict volcanic eruptions, even here on the surface, let alone in the abyssal plains of the deep oceans!

Sep 27 06:33

Snow in September, did it check with Obama first? September Snowstorm Breaks Records in Alaska

A major early snowstorm hit Northern Alaska. Fairbanks had 6.7? yesterday (Fri.). That obliterated the previous daily snowfall record of 0.8?.

Sep 26 17:51

Powers agree on climate, not on human rights

US President Barack Obama and Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping have vowed to fight global warming and halt commercial cyber theft, but exchanged sharp words on human rights and territorial disputes.

At an extraordinary joint news conference, Obama chided China on its treatment of dissidents and insisted hacking attacks on US firms must stop, even as he thanked Xi for his commitment on climate change.

The world's top two economic powers are also its biggest polluters, and campaigners hailed their commitment to reduce emissions as a key step toward a global climate pact before the end of the year.

This achievement was all the more remarkable given the tensions over industrial espionage and China's aggressive moves to seize disputed territory in the South China Sea.

The red carpet and full ceremonial honours that welcomed Xi to the White House underlined the importance of the great powers' relationship, but the leaders made no effort to conceal their differences.

Sep 26 14:45

Goldman Strikes Again: Did A Probe Into "Global Warming" Fraud Cost A Prime Minister's Job

According to Freedom of Information documents obtained by Australia's ABC, now-former prime minister Tony Abbott's own department discussed setting up an investigation into the Bureau of Meteorology amid media claims it was exaggerating estimates of global warming.

Yes, it appears that the prime minister himself had dared to question to prevailing status quo on "global warming."

ABC reports that in August and September 2014, The Australian newspaper published reports questioning the Bureau of Meteorology's (BoM) methodology for analyzing temperatures, reporting claims BoM was "wilfully ignoring evidence that contradicts its own propaganda."

Sep 25 12:30

Top Pope Advisor Says Vatican Will Not Divest From Fossil Fuels

Pace University's Chris Williams and IPS' Janet Redman discuss the Vatican's contradictory policy in light of the Pope's call to fight climate change

Sep 25 09:20

Top 4 fallacies of the hijacked environmental movement

The hijacked environmental movement is a symptom of the current general, collective state of humanity: good hearted but ignorant. Kind hearted but hoodwinked.

Sep 25 08:00

Bee tongues tell a tale of climate change

The growing list of the ways in which climate change is reshaping life on Earth has an unusual new addition: shorter bee tongues.

Sep 24 20:20

BMW and Mercedes hit as fraud scandal spreads

BMW was sucked into the widening Volkswagen fraud scandal yesterday after a report stated that emissions from one of the carmaker’s models were far higher than the European Union limit.

Shares in BMW fell by nearly 10 per cent at one point after it was claimed that emissions from the X3 were 11 times the legal threshold under the same tests that first raised concerns about VW.

The disclosure came on a day of crisis in the car industry as the German government admitted that software used by VW to cheat in American laboratory tests was also used in Europe.

Sep 24 10:22

Rise of sea levels is ‘the greatest lie ever told’

Although the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) only predicts a sea level rise of 59cm (17 inches) by 2100, Al Gore in his Oscar-winning film An Inconvenient Truth went much further, talking of 20 feet, and showing computer graphics of cities such as Shanghai and San Francisco half under water. We all know the graphic showing central London in similar plight. As for tiny island nations such as the Maldives and Tuvalu, as Prince Charles likes to tell us and the Archbishop of Canterbury was again parroting last week, they are due to vanish.

Sep 24 08:21

Volkswagen Scandal 2015: VW Not The First Automaker To Adopt 'Defeat Devices' And Override Emissions Controls

The scandal unfolding at Volkswagen Group around its pollution control systems may be the largest case of its kind in the U.S., but it’s far from the first. Environmental regulators in recent decades have launched more than a dozen cases against automakers, accusing them of tweaking or outfitting diesel engines to outsmart pollution tests meant to improve air quality. The result is thousands of recalled or upgraded vehicles -- and millions of tons of toxic air particles spewing into the air.

Sep 24 08:18

Record Sea Ice Growth After The Shortest Melt Season On Record

The Arctic melt season normally last six months, from the first day of spring to the last day of summer. This year the melt season lasted just over five months and ice has been growing at a record rate since September 1.

Sep 23 14:45

Bianca Jagger - Pope Francis' US Visit: A Critical Juncture for Climate Action

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The "science" of human-caused global warming has fallen flat, so now it's "God's will" we pay carbon taxes!

Sep 23 14:23

Pope’s Flights to Cuba, U.S. Emit More CO2 Than 557,000 Lbs of Coal

While demanding “urgent action” against “man-made climate change,” Pope Francis is flying around on a Boeing 777-200 which spews nearly 100 pounds of carbon dioxide per mile.

Sep 23 10:54

George Carlin on Global Warming

Sep 23 08:51

Has Volkswagen Smashed Its Brand Promise Beyond Repair?

To car buyers looking for the sweet spot between performance and clean energy, Volkswagen's diesel line almost seemed too good to be true.

And sadly, it was.

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Sep 23 08:19

Greenland Temperatures Plummeting

Barack Obama’s climate fraud depends on fear of Greenland melting and drowning Florida, so you won’t hear any government agencies discussing the fact that Greenland temperatures are plummeting and are the coldest since Mt. Pinatubo erupted in 1992.

Sep 22 14:58

UN seeks carbon offset market boost with new "Climate Neutral Now" initiative

The UN is today calling on businesses and individuals to reduce and offset their carbon footprints through a new international initiative dubbed Climate Neutral Now.

The programme, which is being launched as part of New York Climate Week, calls on individuals, governments and businesses to measure their carbon emissions, reduce their carbon footprint, and then offset their outstanding emissions by purchasing UN-certified carbon credits.

Sep 22 13:56

Is NOAA Altering Weather Data Ahead of the Big UN Climate Change Meeting?

It has been suggested, with evidence, that NOAA has been a little less than forthcoming with temperature data this year ahead of all these big UN meetings addressing Agenda 21 and climate change. I'm sorry, did I say "a little less than forthcoming"? If this is true, I meant to say a bunch of big fat liars.

It has been announced that more than 190 countries are set to meet in Paris in December to see about a "new global agreement on climate change aimed at reducing global greenhouse gas emissions and thus avoiding the threat of dangerous climate change" since the current "commitments" on emissions run out in five years.

Sep 21 06:35

Record Sea Ice Growth Continues

The Arctic is blowing away all records for sea ice growth this September, after a record short melt season. Over the past two weeks, half a million km² of new ice has formed, during a time when ice is normally being lost.

Sep 21 06:24

Rising CO2 levels are re-greening Africa's deserts, bringing abundance that lifts people out of poverty

Climate change, a phrase that typically instills fear in society, is being eyed by Arizona State University as something that could be beneficial. Contrary to those who view climate change as only having catastrophic consequences, experts from the university suggest that it is responsible for re-greening parts of the world and changing lives for the better.

Experts from the university engaged in a study that ultimately showed that the West African Sahel, the strip south of the Sahara desert, has been "regreening" ever since droughts in the 1970s and 80s killed more than 100,000 people. They maintain that increased rainfall caused by climate change has led to more carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, which has spurred more plant growth and community-led farming efforts.

The region is turning around and experiencing a vast change from the drought and deaths that once plagued it. The area is greening, plants are growing, and people are coming together.

Sep 19 10:26

Mt Hutt extends season as more snow on way

Mt Hutt ski area is extending its season, thanks to the arrival of more snow.

The MetService has a heavy snow warning out on Saturday for Canterbury, north of the Rakaia River, and the Marlborough Ranges.

Mt Hutt got 10cm of new snow overnight and more is forecast on Saturday.

The ski area has extended its season to the end of the school holidays on October 11.

Sep 18 11:57


"One of the saddest lessons of history is this: If we've been bamboozled long enough, we tend to reject any evidence of the bamboozle. We're no longer interested in finding out the truth. The bamboozle has captured us. It's simply too painful to acknowledge, even to ourselves, that we've been taken. Once you give a charlatan power over you, you almost never get it back." -- Carl Sagan

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The carbonazis are losing on the science, so they are resorting to star power to sell their hoax and grab your carbon taxes.

Sep 18 11:55

David Letterman's New Job: Fight Back Against the Global Warming Deniers

Stephen Colbert is great, sure, but we were all sad to see David Letterman leave late-night TV this spring. Fortunately, he's not gone forever: The National Geographic Channel announced yesterday that Letterman will appear as a special correspondent on the second season of Years of Living Dangerously, the Emmy-winning documentary series about climate change.

Sep 17 14:29

UN Bribes Writers: Make Up A Climate Change Story; Win A Free Trip To Paris

The United Nations and Oxfam are offering a prize to young writers who can come up with the best story raising “awareness of the harmful impacts of climate change on communities”.

Sep 17 06:46

Record Growth Of Arctic Sea Ice

Arctic sea ice extent is normally hitting its low right now, but this year has grown several hundred thousand km² since the beginning of the month. This is due to cold air which has been present since early August.

Sep 17 06:43

Burn ALL the COAL, OIL – NO danger of SEA LEVEL rise this century from Antarctic ice melt

Hardcore warmist's amazing admission

Sep 16 09:49

FLASHBACK - Red tape keeps some bad gov't workers from being fired

In the private sector, if you're caught viewing porn on company time or intimidating a co-worker, you'd probably be fired immediately; not so if you're a federal employee.

A CBS News investigation looks at how hard it is for the U.S. government to discipline or fire employees who behave badly. With examples ranging from extravagant to explicit, civil service rules meant to protect public workers from political pressure may be backfiring, and costing you big, reports CBS News correspondent Don Dahler.

At the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), red tape is preventing the removal of a top level employee accused of viewing porn two to six hours a day while at work, since 2010. Even though investigators found 7,000 pornographic files on his computer and even caught him watching porn, he remains on the payroll.

Sep 16 07:27

BEX ALERT - Global warming contributed to Syria's 2011 uprising, scientists claim

The prolonged and devastating drought that sparked the mass migration of rural workers into Syrian cities before the 2011 uprising was probably made worse by greenhouse gas emissions, US scientists say.

Sep 15 14:50

Brace yourself for a VERY cold winter: Forecasters warn recent bad weather could be start of most powerful El Nino phenomenon since 1950

Summer may barely be over, but you might want to start digging out your cosiest winter woollies.

Dramatic weather seen across the country yesterday could be just the start of a particularly harsh winter, warn forecasters.

Meteorologists say conditions this year could mirror those of 2009/2010 – which saw the coldest January in decades.

Sep 15 07:25

BEX ALERT - 9/11 and Global Warming: Are They Both False Conspiracy Theories?

In particular, if it is assumed that 9/11 was indeed an inside job, would this assumption provide a good basis for suspecting that the theory of global warming has resulted from a deceitful conspiracy?

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So, the gist of this article is that even though we all know the government lied about the torpedoes in the Gulf of Tonkin, Spanish mines in Havana Harbor, Lusitania not carrying weapons, Saddam's nuclear bombs, etc. etc. etc. we should trust that same government when it tells us human activity is warming the Earth and we should pay carbon taxes to atone, even though back in the 1990s they were saying human caused global warming meant snow was a thing of the past while today they claim human-caused global warming causes record-setting winters!

Sep 14 11:27

Bovine Excrement? ‘Global Warming’ to Pick Up in 2015, 2016: Experts

Man-made global warming is set to produce exceptionally high average temperatures this year and next, boosted by natural weather phenomena such as El Nino, Britain’s top climate and weather body said in a report Monday.

Sep 14 11:10

Near Record Chill Monday Morning

If you've taken one step outside, you've noticed a big change in the weather. Much cooler air has set up shop in our area after a strong cold front pushed through early on Saturday morning.

Sep 14 11:10

Records fall with season's first cool temperatures

The National Weather Service measured the low Monday at 60 degrees -- the lowest temperature since May 16 and two degrees below the record low temperature for the data. A weather station at Cecil Commerce Center recorded 57 degrees.

Sep 14 09:08

BEX ALERT - The Next Genocide

BEFORE he fired the shot, the Einsatzgruppe commander lifted the Jewish child in the air and said, “You must die so that we can live.” As the killing proceeded, other Germans rationalized the murder of Jewish children in the same way: them or us.

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This starts out with your usual wag the Holocaust imagery, then mutates to suggest that humanity faces a new holocaust unless we all agree to pay carbon taxes, buy and sell carbon credits, allow a global environmental authority to decide how we should all live, yadda yadda yadda yadda.

Sep 14 08:59

Axial Seamount eruption of April 2015 confirmed, US

The April 2015 eruption of the Axial Seamount underwater volcano has been confirmed by the latest research of the University of Washington (UW) OOI Cabled Array group. The eruption was predicted in 2014 and is currently the most accurate eruption forecast of this volcano made so far.

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Just a reminder that there are active volcanoes on the ocean floor, especially under where the El Nino current emerges. Nobody knows where all of them are and as this article shows, they are not always sure when they erupt. None of the Carbonazis' computer models about global warming factor in sea floor geothermal events.

Sep 12 11:03

New Tracking Tech Identifies Individual Use of Connected Devices and Your Carbon Footprint

By Jason Erickson

As the Internet of Things expands at an exponential rate, there seems to be a widening chasm between those who see only the upside to smart technology vs. those who view it with abject fear.

This latest piece of wearable tech should delight and enrage both sides to a whole new level...

Sep 11 11:04

Autumn arrives Monday -- maybe record cold

Locate those glows, scarves and heavy coats! Autumn arrives Monday morning.

Okay, so that's a bit of a stretch and by stretch I support hose don't even give that much. However, there will be a noticeable change in the air as we kick off the new work week.

Indications over the past few days continue to indicate that the seasons first strong front will arrive Sunday afternoon bringing with it what could be a strong line of showers and thunderstorms.

Some areas along I-75 and inland Georgia may see the mercury drop to the mid to upper 50s while areas inside 295 will see the lower 60s, still plenty of reason to be excited.

Sep 10 12:06

Now They're Saying the Dodo Bird Went Extinct Because Climate Change

I only saw this article because it popped up on the front page of Google News as a top story (meaning it's an agenda that's getting promoted).

Headline: Climate Change and Island Species: How the Dodo Birds Went Extinct


How many of you remember learning about the dodo bird in elementary school? Sure, it's public school, but still. I remember back in what, third grade? The teacher would tell us about how the dodo bird, having never seen humans before the 1500s and 1600s, never fought back and was hunted to extinction by people who settled on their islands. The birds supposedly couldn't fly and built their nests on the ground, making them pretty easy targets.

It's a story that's been told for hundreds of years and is the main reason the name "Dodo" has become synonymous with dumb.

Well, apparently... not anymore.

Sep 09 20:19

Invasion of giant palm-sized moths hits Britain

The palm-sized Convolvulus Hawk-moth migrates from southern Europe to Britain in early autumn and has already been sighted widely across the UK in recent weeks, with a record number expected this year.

Sep 09 11:22

EPA Chief McCarthy blames Boston's 'worst winter ever' on global warming

Sep 09 11:03

For The Last Time, No, The Syrian Crisis Was Not Caused By Climate Change

Is there nothing green ideologues won’t do to try to breathe pseudo-scientific life into their bankrupt climate change thesis?

Not by the looks of this desperate newspaper story, which attempts – as so many have before – to make hay out of the ragingly fashionable crisis in Syria by linking it to man-made global warming.

Sep 08 12:51

Ski resort visitors welcome early September snow

It's only early September, but at least one Washington ski resort is already seeing some snow.

Crystal Mountain Resort welcomed several inches of fresh snow in the higher elevations late this week. It was bare at the base Saturday, but many visitors were quite surprised to see snow just below the 7,000 foot elevation level.

Sep 08 12:51

Summer Snow Mixed Blessing For Wildfire Relief

It's not often you hear of a snowstorm falling on top of a raging wildfire, but that's exactly what happened Friday in Idaho.

Sep 08 12:51

Snow, winter weather temporarily close part of Going-to-the-Sun Road

ust a month after the Going-to-the-Sun Road was closed by a forest fire in Glacier National Park, the top of Logan Pass has been temporarily shut down again, this time because of snow.

Glacier announced over the weekend that a section of the Going-to-the-Sun Road between Big Bend on the west side and Jackson Glacier Overlook on the east side is temporarily closed because of winter weather conditions.

Representatives from the park could not be reached on Sunday to give an estimate on when the road might reopen.

Sep 08 12:50

Snow falls in Glacier National Park

Parts of northwest Montana are looking a bit like a winter wonderland as up to 10 inches of snow has fallen in Glacier National Park, covering hiking trails in white and freezing up the waters of Grinnell Lake on Monday.

Sep 08 09:13

WWII P-38, rescued from ice, draws crowd at EAA

Aviation enthusiasts crowd around a World War II era P-38F Lightning named “Glacier Girl” at the EAA AirVenture at Whitman Regional Airport in Oshkosh. Forced to land on a glacier in Greenland in 1942, it sat for 50 years before it was recovered from beneath 260 feet of ice.

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You know, Greenland, the place that Carbonazis insist is losing all of its ice?

Sep 07 08:58

Mind Blowing Temperature Fraud From NASA In Greenland

GHCN temperatures for Nuuk, Greenland show a sharp cooling trend over the past decade, of more than 3°C

NASA data is based on GHCN, so it should be the same. But they don’t show much cooling over the past decade.

They accomplished this through a spectacular hockey stick of data tampering, which has raised recent temperatures more than 2.5 degrees relative to the 1960’s.

But the fraud is much worse than it seems. Over the past four years, GISS has also wiped out Greenland’s warm past. Greenland is much cooler now than it was 75 years ago, and NASA has to hide that fact in order to keep their fraudulent Greenland meltdown story intact.

Sep 07 07:41

After one of the coldest nights of the season forecasters predict Britain's Indian summer will finally arrive tomorrow - with temperatures soaring to 24C by Thursday

The warm temperatures come after the country experienced its coldest night of the autumn so far after a 'polar plume' of cool air saw lower than average temperatures.

One of the coldest places overnight last night was Shap in Cumbria, where temperatures were just 0.7 degrees while in Upper Lambourn, Berkshire the mercury hovered around one degree.

Sep 05 09:33

Winter Weather Advisory



Sep 04 12:55

Freezing polar plume of DOOM: SNOW storm set to BATTER Britain

Snow, sleet and gales will batter the country which is still shivering after one of the coldest summers in 30 years.

Temperatures will drop to freezing and many parts of the country will get their first frost.

Sep 04 07:13

BEX ALERT - Climate change to blame for Syrian refugee!

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"It has nothing to do with our trying to bomb Assad out of office for four years, or our clandestine support for Al Qaeda and ISIS. It's HUMAN-CAUSED GLOBAL WARMING!!!" -- Official White Horse Souse

Sep 03 13:51

The 2030 Agenda: This Month the UN Launches a Blueprint for a New World Order with the Help of the Pope

Did you know that the UN is planning to launch a “new universal agenda” for humanity in September 2015?

Sep 03 08:32

Cold, blustery weather expected over Labor Day weekend

The temptation to start a fire in the Sierra Nevada might increase as nighttime temperatures decrease over this Labor Day weekend.

National Weather Service Forecasters are predicting a cold snap Friday and Saturday night with temperatures down to within 2 degrees of freezing.

Windy conditions and a chance of rain may make the first week of September feel more like October.

Sep 03 08:31

First Snow of the Season Dusts Parts of Washington Cascades

The first snow of the 2015-2016 season dusted parts of the Washington Cascades, and snow also blanketed the high country of southern British Columbia on Wednesday, whetting the pre-season appetites of skiers and snowboarders.

A dusting of snow covered parts of the ground at the top of Summit House (elevation 6,873 feet) at Crystal Mountain in Washington state. About 486 inches of snow falls in an average year here, according to the Crystal Mountain website. Less than half of that total fell last season (234 inches), however.

Whistler Blackcomb, a ski resort about 80 miles northeast of Vancouver, British Columbia, also saw a light blanket of snow Wednesday, though this wasn't the first snow of the season there.

Sep 03 08:31

Summer snowfall near Calgary greeted with only-in-Alberta sentiment

Calgary and some of the surrounding area felt some summer heat relief Saturday with an August snowfall. The surprising winter weather was met with a resounding only-in-Alberta sentiment — and a bit of excitement from winter sports enthusiasts.

Sep 03 08:30

It’s snowing like crazy and the September school holidays are earlier than ever before. That means only one thing ...

FLAKING hell. It’s really, really snowing in the Snowy Mountains of New South Wales today, which means this year’s NSW ski season should be set to extend later than it has in years.

Sep 03 08:29

It’s been snowing in Birmingham because summer is totally over

Forget a White Christmas, and get acquainted with the prospect of a White Summer.

That’s the bizarre situation that people in Birmingham experienced last night – as the city was battered by flash floods, lightning bolts and giant hail stones.

The freak weather conditions lasted for about thirty minutes – and seemingly heralded the end of summer, as streets became flooded and snow began to fall.

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Sep 03 07:30

Summer 2015 Was One Of The Least Hot On Record In The US

Meteorological summer is over. For the third year in a row, the number of 100 degree readings and their areal extent were near record lows in the US.

The frequency of 100 degree days in the US is down by 40% over the last century. Less than 3% of readings were over 100F, compared to more than 15% in 1936.

Similarly, the percentage of 90 degree days has also plummeted, and near record lows.

Just over 25% of stations reached 100 degrees sometime during the summer, compared to 75% in 1936. The area reaching 100 degrees is down 30% over the past century.

Sep 03 07:27

Long Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Illinois

Long stretches of 100 degree weather used to be common in Illinois, but they never happen any more. In 1936, Palestine Illinois had eighteen consecutive days over 100 degrees. The last year to generate a full week over 100 degrees was 1953.

Sep 03 07:26

Missouri Heatwaves Are Only Half As Long As They Were 100 Years Ago

The last time Missouri had a 10 day heatwave of 100 degrees was 1980, when CO2 was below 350 PPM. The average 100 degree heatwave length is now less than three days, compared to six days a century ago. In 1913 and 1936, Clinton and Appleton Missouri had 20 consecutive days over 100 degrees.

Missouri has had no 100 degree days for two years.

Sep 03 07:24

Heatwaves Are A Thing Of The Past In Wisconsin

Wisconsin used to have long stretches over 90 degrees, like 1901 and 1916 which each had 21 consecutive days over 90 degrees. Heatwaves like that never happen any more, and the average heat wave length has dropped by almost 50%.

Sep 02 18:55

Climate change will alter ocean bacteria crucial to food chain – study

The Fukushima radiation flowing into the ocean will not affect life. Its all the fault of CO2. Really.

Sep 02 12:58

Snow and hail 'the size of golf balls' as freak storm hits Britain

Residents filmed the cocktail of wintry conditions as the skies turned black before thunderclaps signalled the start of the 30-minute freak storm

Sep 02 12:57

Wet, cooler weather expected in Seattle, snow in mountains

An August that delivered more rain than the previous four months combined and a weather-service advisory of mountain snow before Labor Day are the two latest indications that 2015 weather intends to stay interesting.