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Sep 23 10:38

Early winter? Snow closes passes, cold surprises some visitors

The last time Caltrans District 10 had to close Highway 108 and Sonora Pass this early in September due to snow was Sept. 20, 2007

Sep 23 10:38

Goodbye Summer, Hello Winter | It's Snowing In The West

Well, right on cue as today is technically the last day of Summer, the skies have opened up & teased us with the frothy goodness we all love; snow. Winter is here on the West Coast and people from all over have been checking in with variable amounts of the white stuff.

Sep 23 10:37

Snow Falls In The Sierra Nevada On Summer's Last Full Day

It's still technically summer — the autumnal equinox doesn't arrive until 4:02 p.m. ET Friday.

It was a tad unusual then to see it snowing Thursday in the Sierra Nevada, the mountain range that is shared by California and Nevada. It usually doesn't snow there for about another month.

Sep 23 10:37

Winter is definitely coming - it’s already snowing in northern Spain

It’s still hot and sunny in southern Spain and beach lovers are jetting out there for a last blast of sunshine before autumn sets in. But it’s a different story in parts of northern Spain where snow has fallen this week, much earlier in the season than normal.

Sep 22 09:32

On last day of summer, California hit by snow, hail

Snow fell in Sierra Nevada on the last day of summer, giving the towering mountain range shared by California and Nevada a wintry look in September and making travel hazardous.

Mammoth Lakes got more than a dusting Thursday in the first snowfall of the season, with 3 inches reported in the village. Snow coated the roads so heavily that the plows were out, and locals left footprints on sidewalks.

Sixteen vehicles crashed on Interstate 80 as snow and hail fell Thursday, killing a man driving a pickup and causing minor injuries to other people, California Highway Patrol Officer Chris Nave said.

Snow dusted peaks in Yosemite National Park and temporarily closed Tioga Pass road, the soaring eastern entry to the park that typically doesn’t become impassable until mid-November.

Several inches of snow were expected at elevations of at least 6,000 feet in the northern Sierra, National Weather Service forecaster Hannah Chandler said in Sacramento.

Sep 21 09:46

Winter weather in Idaho's mountains on the final day of summer

Today marks the final full day of the summer season, but there won't be much that is summer-like about our weather today. In fact, Bogus Basin picked up an inch of snow overnight and there are Winter Weather Advisories in place for Idaho's east central mountains; elevations about 8,000' could pick up a foot of snow through tomorrow!

Sep 21 09:46

September snowfall has ski shops full of excited skiers

With snow building up in the mountains, many people are preparing for ski season and ski shops are preparing for anxious customers.

Ski resorts don’t open up until after Thanksgiving, but that’s not stopping some extreme skiers.

Some skiers told ABC FOX Montanan that they couldn’t wait to hit the slopes and even went skiing at the top of Bridger this weekend.

Sep 21 09:45

'It's been coming down in bucketfuls': Jasper ski area sees unprecedented early-season snowfall

'I have never, never seen this kind of snow at the end of September,' says Marmot Basin spokesperson

Sep 21 09:44

Several inches of snow fell at Paradise and Snoqualmie, but forecast for weekend looking good

It was snowing again on Stevens Pass Tuesday night, and the National Weather Service said 5 inches of snow fell the night before at Paradise on Mount Rainier -- the most snow that has fallen there this early in the year since 1978.

Sep 20 08:42

Climate change science implodes as IPCC climate models found to be “totally wrong” … temperatures aren’t rising as predicted … hoax unraveling

A stunning new science paper authored by climate change alarmists and published in the science journal Nature Geoscience has just broken the back of the climate change hoax. The paper, authored by Myles R. Allen, Richard J. Millar and others, reveals that global warming climate models are flat wrong, having been deceptively biased toward “worst case” warming predictions that now turn out to be paranoid scare mongering.

Sep 20 08:20

It’s Snowing on Mt. Hood Right Now, Which Means That Summer Is Officially Over

If the sudden abundance of rain, #PSLs and Halloween memes seems abrupt, check out latest photos from Mt. Hood, where they're a whole season ahead of us. There is currently between 6 and 9 inches of snow, according to ODOT and Timberline.

Sep 20 06:51

Delingpole: Climate Alarmists Finally Admit ‘We Were Wrong About Global Warming’

This is the inescapable conclusion of a landmark paper, published in Nature Geoscience, which finally admits that the computer models have overstated the impact of carbon dioxide on climate and that the planet is warming more slowly than predicted.

The paper – titled Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5?°C – concedes that it is now almost impossible that the doomsday predictions made in the last IPCC Assessment Report of 1.5 degrees C warming above pre-industrial levels by 2022 will come true.

Sep 19 18:00

Climate change science implodes as IPCC climate models found to be “totally wrong” … temperatures aren’t rising as predicted … hoax unraveling

The paper, entitled, “Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5?°C,” concludes that the global warming long feared and hyped by everyone from Al Gore to CNN talking heads was based on faulty software models that don’t stand up to actual measured temperatures in the real world. In technical jargon, the paper explains, “We show that limiting cumulative post-2015 CO2 emissions to about 200?GtC would limit post-2015 warming to less than 0.6?°C in 66% of Earth system model members.”

In effect, the current global warming software models used by the IPCC and cited by the media wildly over-estimate the warming effects of CO2 emissions. How much do they over-estimate warming? By about 50%. Where the software models predicted a 1.3 C rise in average global temperatures, only a rise of about 0.9 C has actually been recorded (and many data points in that average have, of course, been fabricated by climate change scientists to push a political narrative).

Sep 18 14:47

Massive Arctic Ice Gain Over The Past Five Years

Arctic sea ice extent is up 40% from this date five years ago.

Sep 18 14:46

Greenland’s Petermann Glacier Growing Ten Feet Per Day

Greenland’s most famous glacier, the Petermann Glacier, has grown more than 5km over the past five years.

Sep 18 08:59

First Snow Of Season Hits Rocky Mountain National Park

The first snow of the winter season has fallen in Rocky Mountain National Park.

The park posted a snapshot from their Alpine Visitor Center camera, saying that it’s the first snow to hit the high country there this season and that some roads were closed as a result.

Sep 18 08:54

German Energy Expert Shreds Wind Power: “Everyone’s Loses With Wind Energy”!

Ahlborn says that 80% of German wind parks are making losses. In the German state of Hesse, for example, “not a single newly installed wind park has yielded what was promised. These yields are up to 20% below what was forecast. And the biggest losers are all of us. All of us!”

The problem, Ahlborn elaborates, is that 25% of the wind energy that gets produced is “waste energy”, energy that cannot be used because there is no demand for it. This waste energy ends up getting dumped onto other foreign markets, so much so that neighboring countries have implemented measures to block it out. Ahlborn then says:

Sep 17 08:40

White House rejects reports about US staying in Paris climate deal

The administration of US President Donald Trump has reaffirmed its decision to pull out of a global pact to fight climate change known as the Paris Climate Agreement, rejecting reports suggesting Washington was reversing course.

The White House announcement, which would deepen a rift with American allies, came following reports that the Trump administration was weighing a policy shift on the 2015 pact at a Montreal meeting with environment ministers from 30 countries on Saturday.

“There has been no change in the United States’ position on the Paris agreement,” said White House Deputy Press Secretary Lindsay Walters.

Sep 16 08:53

It’s Snowing! Flakes Spotted in North America

Sure, there isn't quite enough snow to ride on, but that's ok, because these brief fall storms indicate winter is on the way.

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Sep 15 15:07

Dealing With The World’s Stupidest People

The Arctic is not melting. Arctic sea ice extent is normal.

Sep 15 13:40

Canada now investigates ‘climate denial’

If we’re going to use agencies of the federal government to investigate and even prosecute “climate deniers”, for making “false and misleading claims” then let’s damn well do the same for “climate alarmists”, who do the same thing all the time.

Sep 15 09:29

Earliest Snow In Colorado Springs And Pueblo

It's still Summer for 8 more days, but with Fall right around the corner, snow isn't far off from being a feature in our forecasts! Since the seasonal change is almost here it made us wonder what the earliest recorded snows were in Colorado Springs and Pueblo, so we looked it up!

Sep 15 06:52

Australian Ski Fields & ThunderSnow: Global Cooling has Begun

Sep 15 05:54

Military aircraft dousing Texans with Dibrom to quell pesky mosquitoes

For the next few days, the U.S. Air Force Reserve’s 910th Airlift Wing will be spraying the Houston area with the deadly insecticide Dibrom using a modified C-130 cargo-conversion aircraft equipped with sprayers.

Sep 14 12:14

Canada now investigates 'climate denial'

It’s like something out of George Orwell’s 1984.

Canada’s Competition Bureau, an arm’s length agency funded by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government to the tune of almost $50 million annually, investigated three organizations accused of denying mainstream climate science for over a year, following a complaint from an environmental group.

Sep 14 09:36

Government Scientists : No Data – But Tremendous Precision

NOAA has no daily temperature data from Central or South America, or most of Canada from the year 1900, But they claim to know the temperature in those regions very precisely. Same story in the rest of the world.

Despite not having any data, all government agencies agree very precisely about the global temperature.

The claimed global temperature record is completely fake. There is no science behind it. It is the product of criminals, not scientists. This is the biggest scam in history.

Sep 14 09:21

Carbon footprints of the Telethon stars: The Hand in Hand hurricane fund-raiser started with a lecture about global warming - then celebrities with multiple homes, cars and private jets starting soliciting much needed money

Justin Bieber is calculated to have travelled at least 136,000 miles in a plane over the last year, environmentalist DiCaprio is believed to have done more than 87,000 miles while fellow actor Clooney did 61,000 miles.

Sep 13 07:40

Calls To Imprison "Climate Change Deniers" Grow In The Wake Of Hurricane Irma

When retired Georgia Tech professor Judith Curry penned a blog post on her "Climate Etc." website suggesting that it was scientifically irresponsible to tie the intensity of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma directly to climate change, she probably didn't expect that she might trigger 1,000's of progressives to call for her immediate imprisonment. Unfortunately, for both Curry and society at large, that is exactly what happened.

Here is part of Curry's post that potentially resulted in this latest 'mass-triggering' event:

It is premature to conclude that human activities–and particularly greenhouse gas emissions that cause global warming–have already had a detectable impact on Atlantic hurricane or global tropical cyclone activity. That said, human activities may have already caused changes that are not yet detectable due to the small magnitude of the changes or observational limitations, or are not yet confidently modeled (e.g., aerosol effects on regional climate).

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Sep 12 09:02

The Global Warming is a Business, Must see . Full Documentary

Sep 11 15:42

Plummeting September 10 Temperatures In The US

On September 10, 1931 most of the Eastern US was over 90 degrees. Minnesota reached 107 degrees, and 100 degree temperatures were recorded in New York State and Wisconsin. New York City was 96 degrees – 25 degrees warmer than today.

Sep 11 14:14

Scott Adams: When to Trust the Experts (Climate and Otherwise)

Our duo of hurricanes, Harvey and Irma, have elevated the perceived risks of climate change in a lot of people’s minds. Are these disasters, and the record heat in many places, a sign of climate warming already out of control?

The quick answer is maybe, but climate scientists will need a lot more data and probably a few more years to know whether we are seeing a blip or a trend. From a persuasion perspective, the fascinating thing to me is that the climate science “sides” have reversed because of the storms. And here I am only talking about non-scientists on social media.

Sep 11 12:43

Meteorologists baffled by bizarre isolated winds that whip San Francisco Bay Area

Meteorologists are baffled by strong wind gusts that ripped through concentrated pockets of the Bay Area early Monday morning, while other areas remained completely still.

Sep 11 07:50

Parts of the Florida Keys devastated by Irma’s surge

MIDDLE and LOWER KEYS (INTELLIHUB) — Hurricane Irma’s massive storm surge wreaked havoc on parts of the Florida Keys Sunday as 117+ mph winds ripped across the islands decimating pretty much everything in their path.

Cars and mobile homes were overturned, smashed, and sunken while trees, power poles, and other random debris litter roadways making them impassable.

Sep 09 17:10

Huge climate change discovery stuns scientists

A rather incredible new study from researchers at the University of California has found that climate change could wipe out a third of all parasitic species on Earth by the end of 2070, which would be in many people’s lifetimes. Climate change would destroy parasites like tapeworms, ticks, lice, and fleas, which might sound like a good thing but could upset the balance of the ecosystem in ways we don’t realize.

Sep 09 11:18

Irma's current path

A regularly updated coastal circulation and storm surge model published by Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) shows Hurricane Irma making landfall in the Keys sometime after 5 a.m. local time on Sunday.

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Sep 09 10:12

Flashback: Hillary Clinton Traveled 956,733 Miles During Her Time as Secretary of State

In the process, she broke records. In July of 2012, during a trip to Finland, Clinton met Madeleine Albright's most-countries-traveled-to mark -- the record, at the time -- of 98 countries. She then surpassed it with a trip to Latvia. The new secretary then went on to visit 12 more countries, for a closing total of 112.

If you're keeping track at home, that equates to an average of 28 countries per each year of Clinton's tenure. Imagine all the frequent-flier miles!

Sep 09 09:02

Houston rescue workers: ‘Red Cross and FEMA were virtually nowhere to be seen during Harvey’

Anna Khait, Brian Richmond, and other volunteer rescue workers helped to hand out emergency food and supply kits to hundreds of people who were displaced by Hurricane Harvey’s devastating winds and floodwaters offering the group an opportunity to traverse various parts of the city during their efforts where they claim that both the Red Cross and FEMA were virtually “nowhere to be seen.”

Sep 09 06:17

Bill Maher: It’s An ‘Inconvenient Truth’ That Climate Change Deniers’ Homes Are In Irma’s Path

With Irma barreling toward the state, Maher also urged people in Florida who were watching his show to “stop” and “get the fuck out right now.”

“I’m seeing colors on the hurricane maps I’ve never seen before,” Maher said, before interpreting them in his own way. “If you see yellow like Trump’s hair, take extra care. If you see orange like his face, shelter in place. Red like his ties to Russia, just evacuate now.”

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Sep 08 08:34

Climate Depot’s point-by-point rebuttal to warmist claims on extreme weather events

Claim: "Hurricane Irma likely to be followed by more extreme weather events."

Climate Depot Response: "A meaningless statement. Extreme weather events have always happened and will always happen." See: UK Prof. Philip Stott: ‘From the Babylon of Gilgamesh to the post-Eden of Noah, every age has viewed climate change cataclysmically, as retribution for human greed and sinfulness." "Extreme weather events are ever present, and there is no evidence of systematic increases."

Sep 08 06:59

Massive 8.1 magnitude earthquake strikes Mexico, dozens dead

An 8.1 magnitude earthquake struck off the Southern Coast Of Mexico on Friday killing at least 32 people and terrifying residents.

So far over 1 million people have been left with out power as a result of the quake which was felt as far north as Austin, Texas, as reported by the Daily Mail.

Sep 07 12:31

HURRICANE IRMA IS NOT THE MOST POWERFUL ATLANTIC HURRICANE EVER RECORDED

This article is well worth a read given how the establishment media is already politicizing Hurricane Irma to push the “global warming” agenda.

Sep 06 18:06

Is Irma really the strongest hurricane ever?

Now there are several different ways to categorize the strength of a hurricane. Maximum sustained wind speed is the most popular method. In this case, Irma at 185 mph would be tied for second, with Gilbert (1988), and Wilma (2005). If you count hurricanes before 1950, you would have to throw in the Florida Keys Hurricane of 1935. Hurricane records are often referenced starting from the point in which we started naming tropical storms. Hurricane Allen in holds the record with 190 mph winds in 1980.

Another way to rank hurricane strength is with the lowest measured surface pressure. This is often described as hurricane intensity. Irma's minimum pressure so far, is 914 millibars. That ranks it 10th in history, with Hurricane Wilma holding that title with a pressure of 882mb in October 2005.

Sep 06 16:08

Florida Hurricane Frequency Down 50% Over the Past 150 Years

Florida used to average one hurricane per year, but now they average one hurricane every other year.

Sep 06 11:47

Scott Adams: Are the Hurricanes and Temperature Records Confirmation of Catastrophic Climate Change?

It wasn’t that long ago that climate scientists and their supporters mocked the critics who looked out their window, saw snow in the winter, and declared “global warming” to be a ridiculous hoax.

The climate scientists were right about that. You can’t predict the future by looking at today’s weather, even when the weather is setting records.

Likewise, my latest understanding of climate science (which is always sketchy at best, and certainly in need of updating now) is that we haven’t yet seen the “signal” of climate change in the hurricane data or the weather extremes. But that view is perhaps a year old. Has science updated its opinion to say the two super-hurricanes and our heat extremes are indeed a credible signal of the beginning of a climate catastrophe?

Sep 06 08:34

Soros Paid Al Gore MILLIONS To Push ‘Aggressive US Action’ On Global Warming

Liberal billionaire George Soros gave former Vice President Al Gore’s environmental group millions of dollars over three years to create a “political space for aggressive U.S. action” on global warming, according to leaked documents.

Sep 06 08:11

Massive Antarctic volcanic eruptions linked to abrupt Southern hemisphere climate changes

New findings published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS) by Desert Research Institute (DRI) Professor Joseph R. McConnell, Ph.D., and colleagues document a 192-year series of volcanic eruptions in Antarctica that coincided with accelerated deglaciation about 17,700 years ago.

"Detailed chemical measurements in Antarctic ice cores show that massive, halogen-rich eruptions from the West Antarctic Mt. Takahe volcano coincided exactly with the onset of the most rapid, widespread climate change in the Southern Hemisphere during the end of the last ice age and the start of increasing global greenhouse gas concentrations," according to McConnell, who leads DRI's ultra-trace chemical ice core analytical laboratory.

Sep 05 18:41

Trump Appoints Conservative Ex-Navy Flier to Run NASA; Liberal Heads Explode

The next head of NASA is likely to be an ex-Navy fighter pilot turned Republican congressman who believes strongly in space exploration but is skeptical about man-made climate change.

What’s not to like about Trump’s nomination of Rep. Jim Bridenstine (R-Oklahoma) for the job of NASA’s administrator?

Everything, if you’re a liberal.

According to New York Daily News columnist Linda Stasi, Trump just blew the perfect chance to change his “presidency from the chaotic mess of threats, bitterness and bilious paranoia to one of rationality and reasonableness.”

Apparently, the job should have gone to a fully-fledged climate alarmist.

Sep 05 12:07

Unusual Clouds and Strange Early Snow Begins in North America

Sep 05 11:22

Evaluating Ten Years Of Fake Arctic Forecasts

Sep 05 10:07

Right whale deaths may be a casualty of climate crisis

In and around the Gulf of St. Lawrence, where five Canadian provinces converge, a string of North American right whale deaths occurred throughout this summer. For scientists like Cornell’s Charles Greene and Erin Meyer-Gutbrod, Ph.D. ’16, who study these animals, the whales may represent another casualty of the ongoing climate crisis impacting the world’s oceans.

Sep 05 07:53

Winter Comes Early To The Arctic – Ice Area Increasing Rapidly

All year we have been hearing from the criminals in the climate mafia that the Arctic is record hot and sea ice is at a record low. In fact, it has been very cold in the Arctic, summer was short, and there is lots of new ice forming several weeks earlier than normal. Sea ice area is up more than 40% from five years ago.

Sep 05 06:23

Al Gore Outsold On Kindle By An E-Book Debunking ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’

Former Vice President Al Gore’s new book is lagging in sales, and, in fact, is being outsold on Amazon Kindle by an e-book debunking many of the claims made in “An Inconvenient Sequel.”

Sep 03 09:46

Climate change denial should be a crime

In the wake of Harvey, it’s time to treat science denial as gross negligence—and hold those who do the denying accountable.

Sep 03 09:17

IT’S SNOWING IN THE ALPS

Ski areas that are currently open include the Hintertux Glacier in Austria’s Tirol (where the snowman pictured below was made yesterday), Passo Stelvio in Italy and Saas Fee and Zermatt in Switzerland.

Sep 03 09:16

Arctic “mission” aborted after only 15 days

“We want to raise awareness of a situation that is upon us now and it’s about to get worse,” Hadow said.“In our two 50-foot yachts we will be demonstrating to a global audience just how much open water there already is up there, where there used to be only sea ice. ”Trouble is, the team has been blocked by too much sea ice and has had to turn back.

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Sep 02 21:30

Prof. Roger Pielke Jr in WSJ: ‘U.S. hadn’t been hit by a Cat 3 + since Katrina in 2005. We were overdue’

'Prior to Harvey, which made landfall as a Category 4 storm, the U.S. had gone a remarkable 12 years without being hit by a hurricane of Category 3 strength or stronger. Since 1970 the U.S. has only seen four hurricanes of Category 4 or 5 strength. In the previous 47 years, the country was struck by 14 such storms.'

'President Obama presided over the lowest rate of hurricane landfalls—0.5 a year—of any president since at least 1900. Eight presidents dealt with more than two a year, but George W. Bush (18 storms) is the only one to have done so since Lyndon B. Johnson. The rest occurred before 1960.'

Sep 02 21:23

Flashback - Arctic Mission: one of history's most extreme and urgent voyages

Renowned British explorer Pen Hadow set sail from Nome, Alaska, for the Central Arctic Ocean on August 14, 2017, in what has been described as “one of the most significant voyages of the 21st century”.

The Arctic Mission consists of an international crew including scientists and high-latitude sailors who will steer two 15-metre-long yachts as far north as possible in the international waters around the North Pole, showing the extent to which ice has melted in the area due to global warming.

Sep 02 21:14

Pen Hadow Gives Up- Blocked By Sea Ice!

Pen Hadow’s attempt to sail to the North Pole has been rather embarrassingly brought to an abrupt halt by sea ice!

The furthest North they got was 80 degrees 10 minutes, and after being moored to an ice floe for a day, the decision was made to turn tail and head south.

Sep 02 20:45

Climate Alarmists Politicize Hurricane

Aug 31 13:51

The Great Galveston Hurricane of 1900 remains to the present day the deadliest natural disaster in US history.

1900 Galveston hurricane
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Great Galveston Hurricane
of 1900 Category 4 major hurricane (SSHWS/NWS)
Galveston Hurricane (1900) SWA.JPG
Surface weather analysis of the hurricane on September 8, just before landfall.
Formed August 27, 1900
Dissipated September 17, 1900
(Extratropical after September 11, 1900)
Highest winds 1-minute sustained: 145 mph (230 km/h)
Lowest pressure 936 mbar (hPa); 27.64 inHg
Fatalities 6,000–12,000 direct
Damage $21 million (1900 USD)
(equivalent to $605 million in 2016, adjusted for inflation; see Aftermath for more)
Areas affected Lesser Antilles, Puerto Rico, Hispaniola, Jamaica, Cuba, Turks and Caicos Islands, Bahamas, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, New York, Eastern Canada
Part of the 1900 Atlantic hurricane season

Aug 31 13:45

1963 Global Cooling Hurricane Produced 100 Inches Of Rain

At the time, there was unanimous consensus among scientists that Earth was cooling.

Aug 31 13:38

Coolest August On Record In Nebraska

The frequency of hot August days in Nebraska has plummeted over the past century. During August, 1937 Nebraska stations averaged 25 days over 90 degrees. This year they averaged only one day over 90F.

Aug 31 13:34

Arctic Sea Ice Extent Up 25% Since 2012

Aug 31 13:03

Michael Mann’s claims that Harvey was caused by global warming are destroyed by an operational meteorologist

Bastardi: No Michael Mann — Climate change did not cause Hurricane Harvey
Meteorologist Joe Bastardi takes down fake Nobelist Michael Mann’s lame effort in the Guardian to link climate with Hurricane Harvey.

Aug 28 08:33

New science confirms: Earth was WARMER during Medieval period

The researchers’ evidence also shows that it was actually around one degree warmer throughout Europe during that time, confirming past studies. Some researchers have used remodeling in their favor to flatten the Medieval Warm Period and try to downplay its significance, but hundreds of scientists from 40 countries around the world have contributed peer-reviewed papers proving that the Medieval Warm Period was warmer than the present and this study is just the latest.

The findings of Marohasy and Abbot add to a growing mountain of evidence pointing to warmer temperatures during the past. According to a report from the Center for the Study of Carbon Dioxide and Global Change, the Medieval Warm Period was not only warmer than the current period, but it also lasted longer than the current warm period and was global in scope.

Aug 27 09:10

Another example of climate alarmism idiocy – Germany’s dieselgate

The Wall Street Journal published an excellent article further exposing the climate alarmist political idiocy behind Germany’s growing dieselgate scandal where diesel engine powered vehicles were falsely portrayed and promoted as environmentally superior to combustion engine powered vehicles.

As the WSJ article noted:

“Switching to diesel from gasoline, the monumental regulatory effort launched by the European Union in the late 1990s, ended up delivering only thimbles-full of avoided greenhouse pollution compared to competing gasoline engines. But it made the air in European cities significantly less breathable thanks to diesel particulates and nitrogen oxides.

Yet there has been no inclination to question the cost-benefit basis of the anti-carbon crusade. Instead, Europe is doubling down by forcing car makers to build electric cars, while Der Spiegel is trying to shift the blame for the diesel experiment’s failure to alleged anticompetitive actions by German car makers.”

Aug 25 12:29

FREEZING IN AUGUST: Overnight lows hit 29 in northern Minnesota

Overnight temperatures in northern Minnesota plunged to as low as 29 degrees, according to data collected through Thursday, Aug. 24 by the National Weather Service in Duluth. Yep, that’s right – freezing temperatures in August. Only in Minnesota.

Aug 25 12:00

Global Warming Causes Russians To Build £234 Million Icebreaker

Russians spend £234 million building an icebreaker that can carry oil, and the fake news attributes it to global warming.

Why would an icebreaker be escorted by an icebreaker?

Aug 25 11:00

New Climate Study Throws Wrench In Global Warming Debate: "Our New Technical Paper... Will Likely Be Ignored"

Bottom line, don’t ever let anyone tell you that the climate change debate is over, and that the science on the matter is settled. Don’t let them fool you into thinking that there’s a strict consensus among scientists regarding global warming (and even if there was a 100% consensus, just because a lot of people believe something doesn’t mean it’s true).

The people promoting the theory of man-made global warming have been caught lying too many times for us to blindly follow them.

Aug 25 10:36

Delingpole: Al Gore’s ‘An Inconvenient Sequel’ – Fact-Checked…

Meteorologist Roy Spencer has written a book which fact-checks Al Gore’s latest climate-disaster-porn movie An Inconvenient Sequel.
Spoiler alert: Gore’s scaremongering ‘facts’ are all inconveniently untrue.

Aug 25 10:06

Russian tanker passes through Arctic Ocean from Norway to South Korea without an icebreaker for the first time

Even though the £234 million tanker does have its own inbuilt icebreaker...

Aug 24 08:54

State Department Science Envoy Daniel Kammen Resigns – A Leftover From the Obama-Era

You might be thinking: Why on Earth does the State Department have a “Science Envoy”? If so, that’s a good question.

Regardless, Daniel Kammen, a professor of energy at the University of California, Berkeley, resigned from the State Department today. Kammen has been in the role since February 2016 and has held many federal positions during the past two decades. He is a partisan hack and a prominent advocate of “global warming” theory.

Aug 23 16:56

Scott Adams: Quick question on climate science [Video]

Has the Mann temperature data ever been peer reviewed? Or only the studies?

WRH should be an appropriate venue for this question. You can reply directly to the tweet here: https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/900415616561037312

Aug 23 11:26

Scientists discover 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheet

This is in addition to 47 already known about and eruption would melt more ice in region affected by climate change

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91 volcanoes, but climate change is melting the ice...

Aug 21 09:46

Frequency Of Hot Days In The Midwest Down More Than 99%

During the summer of 1936, one maximum temperature measurement out five in the Midwest was over 100F, compared to one out of 800 this summer. One hundred degree days have become very rare in the Midwest since CO2 hit 350 PPM.

Aug 21 09:43

Plummeting August 21 Temperatures In The US

On August 21, 1936 twenty one percent of US stations were over 100F, compared to two percent last year (NASA’s hottest year ever™)

Aug 17 07:34

Winter Comes Early To The Arctic – Greenland Gains 33% Above Normal Ice

Winter has arrived about 10 days early in the Arctic, and Greenland’s surface has gained 500 billion tons of ice – about 33% above normal.

Temperatures at the North Pole have dropped below freezing, and new interstitial ice will be forming soon, but that shouldn’t stop Pen Hadow from sailing there in six weeks in complete darkness, through two meter thick ice, with temperatures at -10C and ice concentration at 100%.

Aug 16 09:37

Australian scientists ordered to stop deleting cold temperature data as part of climate change “fake science” narrative

Climate Depot is reporting that after the BoM began investigating temperatures recorded at weather stations in Australia, they determined that there were a number of cold weather stations that were not “fit to purpose,” and which would need to be replaced. At the Thredbo Station, for example, very low temperatures were somehow mysteriously not making it into the official record. After making changes to ensure that the station is now “fit to purpose,” recorded temperatures have suddenly dropped below -10°C (14°F), after showing readings of around -9.6°C in June and July.

The BoM was alerted to possible irregularities at the station by Lance Pigeon, an employee who claimed to have seen a -10.4°C reading on the BoM’s website change to -10°C and then disappear entirely.

Aug 15 16:51

Al Gore’s electricity bill reveals he consumes 3,400% more power than the average U.S. home

His greedy consumption is so bad, that he blew through more energy in the last year than a “normal” American family would use in 21 years! His home burned through 230,889 kilowatt hours (kWh) of energy in that year, compared to the national average of 10,812 kWh. Just the heating of his pool uses more energy in a year than it would take to run six average homes.

Aug 15 10:52

Hot Spot in a Cold Place: 91 Volcanoes Discovered Below Antarctic Ice Sheet

A new study has uncovered almost one hundred previously unknown volcanoes hidden under the ice in Antarctica, which puts the icy continent on par with Eastern Africa and North America, the former known to house the largest volcano grouping on the planet.

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Aug 15 09:25

The Incomprehensible Heat And Drought Of August, 1936

The heatwave of August, 1936 was beyond the comprehension of any American under the age of 80 years old.

The Kansas City area finished the year with 59 days over 100°F, compared to zero days over 100°F in 2016 – the official NOAA Hottest Year Ever™. In fact, they haven’t had a 100 degree day in five years.

Aug 14 10:01

Get ready for a cold, wet winter: Almanac predicts the US Northeast is set for below-average temperatures and at least FIVE storms

Northeasterners, keep your mittens, boots and show shovel handy.

The Farmer's Almanac that goes on sale this week predicts a snowy winter from Maryland to Maine with five coastal storms to bring winter misery to the region.

Aug 14 08:57

Scientists discover 91 volcanoes below Antarctic ice sheet

Scientists have uncovered the largest volcanic region on Earth – two kilometres below the surface of the vast ice sheet that covers west Antarctica.

The project, by Edinburgh University researchers, has revealed almost 100 volcanoes – with the highest as tall as the Eiger, which stands at almost 4,000 metres in Switzerland.

Aug 14 07:02

Understanding Climate Math

There is more ice than the area of Texas and temperatures are below freezing, but it is all going to melt in the next two weeks. And if you don’t believe it, you are an evil fossil fuel funded denier seeking to destroy the planet.

Aug 14 06:06

Global warming alarmists terrorize the public over “heat waves” but never mention how many people die from the COLD

Last year, a study published in the British Journal The Lancet found that cold weather is 20 times more deadly than hot weather, meaning you are much more likely to die when the temperature takes a dip than you are when it rises.

The study analyzed data on over 74 million deaths in 13 countries between the years 1985 and 2012. Of those 74 million deaths, 5.4 million were related to cold weather, and only 311,000 were related to heat.

Aug 13 11:18

Plummeting August 13 Temperatures In The US

On this date in 1936, the US was incredibly hot. Minneapolis, Kansas was 119 degrees, 32 degrees warmer than their forecast maximum today of 87 degrees. Experts say this is the hottest year ever, and temperature extremes are getting much larger.

Aug 12 08:56

Lord Lawson was right to condemn Al Gore's film, says TIM NEWARK

Following Lord Lawson’s Radio 4 interview on the Today programme, the Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley condemned the BBC for giving any airtime to the former chancellor, who now heads the Global Warming Policy Foundation.

The Green Party claimed it was “false balance” even though Lawson was given half the time allowed to former US vice-president Al Gore to plug the sequel to his climate change propaganda movie An Inconvenient Truth.

Scientist and broadcaster Jim al-Khalili went further, saying: “There should be no debate any more about climate change.”

No debate at all? That sounds a very extreme response to Lawson’s reasonable comments. There should always be debate about policies that are costing every one of us hundreds of pounds every year in extra taxes on our fuel bills to subsidise a renewable energy industry that may well have no effect on climate change over the next century.

That is the real Inconvenient Truth.

Aug 11 10:54

Anger over 'untrue' climate change claims

Scientists have responded furiously to claims about climate change made in a live BBC radio interview.

Experts told BBC News that the assertions made by former Chancellor Nigel Lawson on Radio 4's Today programme were simply untrue.

Lord Lawson had claimed that global temperatures had "slightly declined" over the past 10 years.

However, scientists working in the field said the records showed the complete opposite to be the case.

Aug 11 08:58

UK weather: Three in ten families have switched on the HEATING this summer

THREE in ten families have switched on the heating during Britain’s miserable summer, research revealed today.

Aug 10 10:21

Commonwealth Bank in legal tussle over climate change

Australia's Commonwealth Bank has just announced bumper profits, but it is also embroiled in a legal tussle over how much it tells shareholders about its exposure to climate change.

Aug 10 09:59

Commercial crabber calls out Al Gore on FAKE SCIENCE, explains sea level hasn’t changed at all since 1970

James Eskridge oversees the day-to-day activities on Tangier Island, in Virginia, and he’s been fishing crab there for decades. He’s quite familiar with the tides, the currents, and various other elements in and around the coastal terrain. And other than an ongoing problem related to erosion, in which the shorelines of Tangier Island are progressively disappearing due to constant waves and storms, he says that everything is exactly the same as it’s always been, at least as far as ocean levels are concerned.

After listening to Gore’s spiel about the alleged growing threat of “climate change,” Eskridge couldn’t help himself in pointing out that the well-known figure’s politically correct narrative doesn’t seem to match the reality Eskridge faces every day. In challenging Gore on his position, Eskridge made a clear distinction between Gore’s view of the world, and what’s actually taking place on Tangier Island.

Aug 09 07:50

Climate change blamed for drying of Great Plains streams, but it’s actually caused by groundwater pumping for irrigation

Streams and rivers in Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, and other parts of the central Great Plains are drying up as farmers continue to pump groundwater to irrigate their crops, a new study found.

Though climate change often gets blamed for turning creeks into dry riverbeds, the water needed to irrigate one sixth of the world’s grain production comes from the High Plains Aquifer, also known as the Ogallala Aquifer.

Irrigation of crops accounts for 90 percent of the human global use of water. Groundwater from the High Plains Aquifer is the single greatest source of groundwater in North America and the lifeblood of Great Plains agriculture. As farmers increasingly pump more water, nearby creeks and riverbeds are vanishing at a rapid pace.

Aug 09 07:07

Big Pharma’s toxic drugs will kill over 45,000% more people than global warming by the year 2100, scientists discover … Media SILENT

According to the Daily Mail, the researchers believe that hotter temperatures will cause an increase in the speed of the chemical reactions that cause air pollutants, and that as areas become increasingly drier, there will be less rain to remove these pollutants. These higher temperatures will also cause trees to emit more organic pollutants.

The study predicts that this toxic combination will result in killer smog that will kill 260,000 people across the globe (with the exception of Africa) by 2100.

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Based on the aforementioned average, by the year 2100, 122,762,000 people will have been killed by Big Pharma – a number that is more than 45,000 percent higher than the number of people predicted to die from so-called global warming.

This begs the question: Why is the media silent? Who will speak for the millions who have died and will continue to die at the hands of the greedy pharmaceutical giants?

Aug 09 06:12

August 8 Temperatures Plummeting In The US

On August 8, 1934 the US was incredibly hot. Clarinda, Iowa was 114 degrees, 34 degrees warmer than tomorrow’s forecast. Much of the Midwest was over 110 degrees.

Aug 08 11:44

Emails Show USDA Staff Told To 'Avoid' Term 'Climate Change' Under Trump

Staffers at the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) service responsible for helping American farmers with conservation efforts were instructed by top officials to avoid the term “climate change” shortly after President Donald Trump took office, according to emails (pdf) obtained by the Guardian.

Aug 08 10:13

WASHINGTON OFFICIALLY LEAVES THE COP 21 TREATY

The US State Department officially notified the UN of the withdrawal of the country from the Paris agreement on the reduction of climate change. This is reported on the website of the State Department.

Aug 08 07:38

US Department of Agriculture has told staff to censor use of the term 'climate change' and replace it with 'weather extremes'

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has advised its staff to censor their language around climate change, it has emerged.

In a series of emails, a senior member of staff at the federal department outlined a list of terms to be avoided and others to be used in their place.

Top of the list was the phrase 'climate change' itself, which employees were instructed to replace with 'weather extremes.'

They were also advised to alter various phrases that suggest the role of human activity on the environment.

Aug 07 16:12

The Truth hurts! Al Gore's sequel to An Inconvenient Truth flounders in 15th place at the box office, making less than the original - despite appearing on more than TWICE as many screens

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, which follows the ex-VP's continuing attempts to raise awareness of global warming, made $900,000 across 180 screens on the weekend of August 4-6, according to Box Office Mojo.

But the original made $1,356,387 across just 77 screens at the same point in its run in 2006, leaving Paramount's confidence in the movie's appeal looking misplaced.

The film, which contrasts Gore's attempts to promote renewable energy with Donald Trump's election campaign promises to end the Environmental Protection Agency, was placed directly behind The Big Sick.

That low-budget indie rom-com hauled in $2.2m that weekend, which was its sixth week in cinemas. That means it made a full $1.3m more than Gore's effort.

The original Inconvenient Truth, however, was in ninth place at the same point in its run, and took $17,600 per screen in that weekend compared to the sequel's $5,000.

Aug 06 08:45

Yes, it snowed in Colorado in August

Colorado is known for its ever-changing weather patterns and heavy winter snowfalls, but snow in August??

Aug 04 09:56

Nobel Laureate Smashes the Global Warming Hoax

Aug 04 09:00

Peco bill to hook Chesco man's solar array into grid: $45K

Kevin Dunleavy, an environmentally conscious roofing contractor, was anxious to start installing a new solar array on a hill in his Chester County yard.

He meticulously researched solar panels, took an online certification course, and, with an electrician, crafted detailed plans, down to the font size of lettering on the electrical service panel.

But there was one thing he didn’t anticipate: a $45,000 estimate from Peco to hook into the utility grid.

Aug 04 07:22

Al Gore's Paranoia is Getting Worse

Aug 03 14:32

Orwell's Nightmare: Temperature Adjustments and Climate Change

Aug 03 08:58

Looney Liberals Now Say That Americans Must Give Up Their Pets In Order To Stop Global Warming

Dogs and cats are responsible for 25 to 30 percent of the impacts of meat production in the United States, said Orkin. Compared to a plant-based diet, meat production “requires more energy, land and water and has greater environmental consequences in terms of erosion, pesticides and waste,” the study found.

Aug 02 14:51

Extreme Heatwave Fraud At The New York Times

Aug 02 09:28

2016 : Hottest Year Ever

During July and August last year, maximum temperatures at Oklahoma City averaged 13 degrees cooler in 2016 than they did in 1936. Every day except one was cooler than 1936.

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