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    Global-Warming 'Proof' Is Evaporating

    December 5, 2013

    The 2013 hurricane season just ended as one of the five quietest years since 1960. But don’t expect anyone who pointed to last year’s hurricanes as “proof” of the need to act against global warming to apologize; the warmists don’t work that way.

    Warmist claims of a severe increase in hurricane activity go back to 2005 and Hurricane Katrina. The cover of Al Gore’s 2009 book, “Our Choice: A Plan to Solve the Climate Crisis,” even features a satellite image of the globe with four major hurricanes superimposed.

    Yet the evidence to the contrary was there all along. Back in 2005 I and others reviewed the entire hurricane record, which goes back over a century, and found no increase of any kind. Yes, we sometimes get bad storms — but no more frequently now than in the past. The advocates simply ignored that evidence — then repeated their false claims after Hurricane Sandy last year.

    And the media play along. For example, it somehow wasn’t front-page news that committed believers in man-made global warming recently admitted there’s been no surface global warming for well over a decade and maybe none for decades more. Nor did we see warmists conceding that their explanation is essentially a confession that the previous warming may not have been man-made at all.

    That admission came in a new paper by prominent warmists in the peer-reviewed journal Climate Dynamics. They not only conceded that average global surface temperatures stopped warming a full 15 years ago, but that this “pause” could extend into the 2030s.

    Mind you, the term “pause” is misleading in the extreme: Unless and until it resumes again, it’s just a “stop.” You don’t say a bullet-ridden body “paused” breathing.

    Remarkably, that stoppage has practically been a state secret. Just five years ago, the head of the International Panel on Climate Change, the group most associated with “proving” that global warming is man-made and has horrific potential consequences, told Congress that Earth is running a “fever” that’s “apt to get much worse.” Yet he and IPCC knew the warming had stopped a decade earlier.

    Those who pointed this out, including yours truly, were labeled “denialists.” Yet the IPCC itself finally admitted the “pause” in its latest report.

    The single most damning aspect of the “pause” is that, because it has occurred when “greenhouse gases” have been pouring into the atmosphere at record levels, it shows at the very least that something natural is at play here. The warmists suggest that natural factors have “suppressed” the warming temporarily, but that’s just a guess: The fact is, they have nothing like the understanding of the climate that they claimed (and their many models that all showed future warming mean nothing, since they all used essentially the same false information).

    If Ma Nature caused the “pause,” can’t this same lady be responsible for the warming observed earlier? You bet! Fact is, the earth was cooling and warming long before so-called GHGs could have been a factor. A warm spell ushered in the Viking Age, and many scientists believe recent warming was merely a recovery from what’s called “the Little Ice Age” that began around 1300.

    Yet none of this unsettles the rush to kill debate. The Los Angeles Times has even announced that it will no longer print letters to the editor questioning man-made global warming. Had the Times been printing before Columbus, perhaps it would have banned letters saying the Earth was round.

    Meanwhile, the Obama administration continues to push to reduce supposed global-warming emissions. Last month, the president even signed an executive order establishing a Council on Climate Preparedness and Resilience that could dramatically expand government bureaucrats’ ability to restrict Americans’ use of their property, water and energy to reduce so-called “greenhouse gas emissions.”

    Such attempted reductions in other countries have proved incredibly expensive, while barely reducing emissions. But damn the stubbornly weak economy, says President Obama, full speed ahead!

    This, even as new data show that last year the US median wage hit its lowest level since 1998 and long-term unemployment is almost the highest ever.

    People have a right to religious and cult beliefs within reason. But the warmists have been proved wrong time and again, each time reacting with little more than pictures of forlorn polar bears on ice floes and trying to shut down the opposition. (More bad timing: Arctic ice increased by almost a third this past year, while that at the South Pole was thicker and wider than it’s been in 35 years.)

    In war and in science, the bloodiest conflicts always seem to be the religious ones. Time for the American public to say it’s no longer going to play the victim in this one.

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    Global Cooling: Are We Headed Into A "Little Ice Age?"

    October 29, 2013

    Global warming? More like global cooling, according to a leading U.K. scientist.

    Professor Mike Lockwood from Reading University told the BBC that at the current rate of decline in solar activity, there is a risk that Northern Europe could become much colder and enter a new “Little Ice Age.”

    The “Little Ice Age” refers to a period during the 1600s when winters were harsh all across Europe. The cold weather that plagued the continent coincided with an inactive sun, called the Maunder solar minimum.

    Lockwood argues that during the late 20th century, the sun was unusually active, with the so-called “grand maximum” of solar activity occurring around 1985. But solar activity has decreased since then.

    “By looking back at certain isotopes in ice cores, [Lockwood] has been able to determine how active the sun has been over thousands of years,” The BBC reports.” Following analysis of the data, Professor Lockwood believes solar activity is now falling more rapidly than at any time in the last 10,000 years.”

    Based on these findings, Lockwood argues that there is an increased risk of a Maunder minimum; and a repeat of a “Dalton solar minimum,” which occurred in the early 1800s, is “more likely than not” to happen again.

    “He believes that we are already beginning to see a change in our climate — witness the colder winters and poor summers of recent years — and that over the next few decades there could be a slide to a new Maunder minimum,” BBC reports, adding that harsh winters and cooler summers would become more frequent.

    Lockwood’s research flies directly in the face of scientists who argue that human activities are causing the planet to heat up, commonly known as global warming. They argue that greenhouse gases, like carbon dioxide, trap heat in the planet, causing the Earth’s surface and oceans to warm.

    “It is clear from extensive scientific evidence that the dominant cause of the rapid change in climate of the past half century is human-induced increases in the amount of atmospheric greenhouse gases, including carbon dioxide (CO2), chlorofluorocarbons, methane, and nitrous oxide,” according to the American Physical Society.

    However, the globe has not significantly warmed in the last 15 years or so, leading some to criticize previous predictions made by climate scientists.

    “[I]n attributing warming to man, they fail to point out that the warming has been small, and totally consistent with there being nothing to be alarmed about,” said Dr. Richard Lindzen of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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    Texas Storm Setting Temperature, Snow Records

    December 7, 2013

    Winter weather isn’t uncommon across North Texas, but the arctic blast being felt across the state is something special.

    Several cold weather records have been set or tied around Texas with this week’s storm.

    In Amarillo, the temperature early Saturday dropped to 3 degrees, equaling a mark from 2005. Similarly, Borger tied its record low mark of 5, also from 2005.

    Highs at Abilene (25) and San Angelo (31) on Friday were the lowest ever for Dec. 6, breaking marks from 1972.

    A half-inch of snow Thursday in Wichita Falls is the most ever since records began in 1897. A trace of snow at Waco was the most for Friday since 1944.

    And 0.4 inches of snow Friday at Dallas-Fort Worth is a record. Previously, a trace was reported in 1969.

    In South Texas, the high of 39 Friday at Del Rio was the lowest ever for Dec. 6.




    Cold Rewrites Oregon History Books

    December 8, 2013

    The record cold temperatures throughout Oregon continue to rewrite the history books, or at least add new chapters to them.

    The city of Portland has not had a day with temperatures in the single digits since 1989 -- a quarter-century ago. KOIN 6 News meteorologist Sally Showman said Portland stands a good chance of dropping into the single digits early Sunday morning.

    The high in the city on Saturday was only 30, the third day in a row with highs in the 30s.

    Sunday will also be cold, and the record low for December 8 is 8 degrees, set in 1972.

    The city of Portland opened up warming shelters for people to stay warm and keep warm. But the biggest problem is there is not enough space.

    JD Dilts is one of the people living on the streets since he lost his job. He's thankful for the help of the Red Cross.

    "Man, it's cold," he said. "You take you gloves off your hands hurt."

    That city-funded center helps hundreds of people stay warm, but it can only open when the temperature dips below 25.

    "It's 26 degrees. When you start getting in the 30s, that's cold," Dilts said.

    Will Harris is the associate director of JOIN, a non-profit organization that helps people get back on their feet. He and others have been out helping people stay warm.

    "The main job is to keep them alive. We've been out the last six days helping people get the gear they need," he said. "If they don't, we will make sure they do."

    Donations are necessary -- blankets, coats, other winter items. Call 211 for more information on a drop center.

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    It's colder here than a room full of ex-wives, which generally leads to ice ages...

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    Water, another problem for the world. Until now:

    Scientists Discover Untapped Freshwater Reserves Beneath the Oceans



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    First Posted: Dec 09, 2013 08:19 AM EST

    Scientits Disocver Untapped Freshwater Reserves Beneath the Oceans (Photo : Flickr.com/Jill Lardy)


    Australian scientists have identified vast freshwater reserves buried beneath the oceans offering new prospect for wiping out the alarming global water crisis.

    According to the latest report documented in the journal Nature, researchers have revealed the presence of nearly half a million cubic kilometres of low salinity water located beneath the seabed on the continental shelves. Located off Australia, China North America and South Africa, the newly discovered fresh water reserves can be used to supply water to coastal cities.


    "The volume of this water resource is a hundred times greater than the amount we've extracted from the Earth's sub-surface in the past century since 1900," says lead author Dr Vincent Post (pictured) of the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training (NCGRT) and the School of the Environment at Flinders University. "Knowing about these reserves is great news because this volume of water could sustain some regions for decades."


    According to Dr. Post, the groundwater scientists were very well aware of the presence of the freshwater reserves beneath the seafloor, but have assumed it to occur during unusual and extraordinary situations. But this latest study reveals that the fresh and brackish aquifers under the seabed is a common phenomena that were formed nearly hundreds to thousands of years ago when the sea level was lower than what it is currently.


    The researchers explain that rainwater penetrated into the ground and filled up the water tables in regions that are currently under sea. This event was similar around the globe. Nearly 20,000 years ago, the sea levels rose, the ice caps began melting and the areas were covered by oceans. Most of the aquifers today are protected from seawater by blankets of clay and sediments that are piled on top. These aquifers are not different from those found below land. Their salinity is low due to which they can be easily converted into drinking water.


    The study researchers propose two ways to gain access to these freshwater reserves. It could either be by constructing a platform and drilling into the seabed, which is expensive. Or drill from the mainland that is at a closer distance from the aquifer.


    "Freshwater under the seabed is much less salty than seawater," Dr Post says. "This means it can be converted to drinking water with less energy than seawater desalination, and it would also leave us with a lot less hyper-saline water. Freshwater on our planet is increasingly under stress and strain so the discovery of significant new stores off the coast is very exciting. It means that more options can be considered to help reduce the impact of droughts and continental water shortages."


    An important factor that the nations with new reserves of freshwater offshore should remember is that the water reserves are non-renewable and should be used carefully.
    Once gone it cannot be replenished until the level of sea water drops again, which is next to impossible keeping in mind the rapid change in climate.

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    Cold Dis-Comfort: Antarctica Sets Record Of -135.8

    December 9, 2013

    Feeling chilly? Here's cold comfort: You could be in East Antarctica which new data says set a record for "soul-crushing" cold.

    Try 135.8 degrees Fahrenheit below zero; that's 93.2 degrees below zero Celsius, which sounds only slightly toastier. Better yet, don't try it. That's so cold scientists say it hurts to breathe.

    A new look at NASA satellite data revealed that Earth set a new record for coldest temperature recorded. It happened in August 2010 when it hit -135.8 degrees. Then on July 31 of this year, it came close again: -135.3 degrees.

    The old record had been -128.6 degrees, which is -89.2 degrees Celsius.

    Ice scientist Ted Scambos at the National Snow and Ice Data Center said the new record is "50 degrees colder than anything that has ever been seen in Alaska or Siberia or certainly North Dakota."

    "It's more like you'd see on Mars on a nice summer day in the poles," Scambos said, from the American Geophysical Union scientific meeting in San Francisco Monday, where he announced the data. "I'm confident that these pockets are the coldest places on Earth."

    However, it won't be in the Guinness Book of World Records because these were satellite measured, not from thermometers, Scambos said.

    "Thank God, I don't know how exactly it feels," Scambos said. But he said scientists do routinely make naked 100 degree below zero dashes outside in the South Pole, so people can survive that temperature for about three minutes.

    Most of the time researchers need to breathe through a snorkel that brings air into the coat through a sleeve and warms it up "so you don't inhale by accident" the cold air, Scambos said.

    On Monday, the coldest U.S. temperature was a relatively balmy 27 degrees below zero Fahrenheit in Yellowstone, Wyo., said Jeff Masters, meteorology director of the private firm Weather Underground.

    "If you want soul-crushing cold, you really have to go overseas," Scambos said in a phone interview. "It's just a whole other level of cold because on that cold plateau, conditions are perfect."

    Scambos said the air is dry, the ground chilly, the skies cloudless and cold air swoops down off a dome and gets trapped in a chilly lower spot "hugging the surface and sliding around."

    Just because one spot on Earth has set records for cold that has little to do with global warming because it is one spot in one place, said Waleed Abdalati, an ice scientist at the University of Colorado and NASA's former chief scientist. Both Abdalati, who wasn't part of the measurement team, and Scambos said this is likely an unusual random reading in a place that hasn't been measured much before and could have been colder or hotter in the past and we wouldn't know.

    "It does speak to the range of conditions on this Earth, some of which we haven't been able to observe," Abdalati said.

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    Damn that Global Warming. LOL

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    Chicago: Earliest Subzero Temps Since ’95; More Bitter Cold And Snow Coming

    December 10, 2013

    Temperatures dipped below zero overnight, the earliest it has been that cold in Chicago in 18 years.

    The last time Chicago had subzero temperatures this early in the season was Dec. 9, 1995. Unfortunately for Chicagoans, it won’t be long before the mercury is back below zero.

    Though temperatures will get into the low 20s on Tuesday, Chicago could see subzero temperatures again Wednesday night. Before that, Chicago likely will get more snow.

    A winter weather advisory has been issued for the Chicago area from midnight Tuesday night through 10 a.m. Wednesday morning.

    The snow will begin sometime in the early hours of Wednesday morning, with the heaviest snowfall likely between 5 a.m. and 8 a.m. in the Chicago area, according to the National Weather Service. A total of 2 to 4 inches are expected.

    Wednesday night, temperatures could again drop to zero or below.

    The frigid temperatures make it especially dangerous for drivers, as road salt loses its effectiveness when temperatures dip below zero.

    That means drivers have to be concerned roads are slicker than they appear. With up to four inches of snow in the forecast for Wednesday morning, roads could be very dangerous Wednesday night, when the temperature could get as low as four below zero.

    Meantime, at the emergency room at Loyola University Medical Center in Maywood, doctors have been preparing for a sudden influx of hypothermia patients. It’s something they have to prepare for every year when temperatures are dangerously cold.

    “Every winter we have patients who come in where their core body temperature is low, so we deal with hypothermia regularly,” said Dr. Christina Hantsch. “Hypothermia, frostbite, cold-induced exacerbation of underlying illnesses – these are all things that in emergency medicine we’re accustomed to in this area.”

    One example would be when a patient falls through ice, but Hantsch said hypothermia also can set in gradually, even when temperatures are not below freezing.

    “If you’re outside in a relatively cool climate for a while without appropriate protection, then you can develop hypothermia over the course of the hours that you’re out,” she said.

    The best advice in sub-freezing temperatures is to dress in layers – including a hat, gloves or mittens, and a scarf – and avoid being outdoors for an extended period of time.

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    One can only hope that the place freezes solid, with most of the people in it.....

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    More BS from the envirowhackjobs (From the "Damn it we have to regulate EVERYTHING!" department):

    Newly discovered greenhouse gas '7,000 times more powerful than CO2'

    Perfluorotributylamine is an unregulated, long-living industrial chemical that breaks all records for potential climate impacts






    Haze over the CN Tower and downtown Toronto. Researchers have discovered a new greenhouse gas called perfluorotributylamine. Photograph: Andrew Francis Wallace/Getty Images



    A new greenhouse gas that is 7,000 times more powerful than carbon dioxide at warming the Earth has been discovered by researchers in Toronto.
    The newly discovered gas, perfluorotributylamine (PFTBA), has been in use by the electrical industry since the mid-20th century.


    The chemical, that does not occur naturally, breaks all records for potential impacts on the climate, said the researchers at the University of Toronto's department of chemistry.


    "We claim that PFTBA has the highest radiative efficiency of any molecule detected in the atmosphere to date," said Angela Hong, one of the co-authors.


    The study, published in the journal Geophysical Research Letters, found PFTBA was 7,100 times more powerful at warming the Earth over a 100-year time span than CO2.
    Concentrations of PFTBA in the atmosphere are low – 0.18 parts per trillion in the Toronto area – compared to 400 parts per million for carbon dioxide. So PFTBA does not in any way displace the burning of fossil fuels such as oil and coal as the main drivers of climate change.


    Dr Drew Shindell, a climatologist at Nasa's Goddard Institute for Space Studies, said:


    "This is a warning to us that this gas could have a very very large impact on climate change – if there were a lot of it. Since there is not a lot of it now, we don't have to worry about it at present, but we have to make sure it doesn't grow and become a very large contributor to global warming.".
    He said a number of recent studies had drawn attention to other potential new greenhouse gases which, like PFTBA, pack a lot of warming potential in each molecule but are not very prevalent in the atmosphere.


    Such studies were a warning against increasing uses of such compounds without first understanding their impact on climate change, he added.


    "From a climate change perspective, individually, PFTBA's atmospheric concentration does not significantly alert the phenomenon of climate change," Hong said. "Still the biggest culprit is CO2 from fossil fuel emissions."


    But PFTBA is long-lived. The Toronot researchers estimated PFTBA remains in the atmosphere for about 500 years, and unlike carbon dioxide, that is taken up by forests and oceans, there are no known natural "sinks" on Earth to absorb it.


    "It is so much less than carbon dioxide, but the important thing is on a per molecule basis, it is very very effective in interacting with heat from the Earth," she said.

    "Individually each molecule is able to affect the climate potentially and because its lifetime is so long it also has a long-lasting effect."


    Hong said the discovery of PFTBA and its warming potential raises questions about the climate impacts of other chemicals used in industrial processes.
    PFTBA has been in use since the mid-20th century for various applications in electrical equipment, such as transistors and capacitors. The researchers said it was unclear how widespread its use was today.
    It belongs to an entire class of chemicals used for industrial applications whose effects on the atmosphere remain unknown.
    "PFTBA is just one example of an industrial chemical that is produced but there are no policies that control its production, use or emission," Hong said. "It is not being regulated by any type of climate policy."

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    Amazingly, it probably comprises 0.0000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% of the atmosphere.

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    Probably even less!

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    Here's another one. they will limiting streams next:

    Claim: Rivers and streams release more greenhouse gas than all lakes
    Posted December 10, 2013 - 04:00 by Thomas Anderson

    Rivers and streams release carbon dioxide at a rate five times greater than the world's lakes and reservoirs combined, contrary to common belief. Research from the University of Waterloo was a key component of the international study, the findings of which appear in a recent issue of the journal Nature.

    "Identifying the sources and amounts of carbon dioxide released from continental water sources has been a gap in understanding the carbon cycle. Our findings show just how much carbon dioxide inland waters release and identified that rivers and streams are the main source not lakes and reservoirs, as previously thought,” said Professor Hans Dürr, research professor from the Faculty of Science at Waterloo.

    A team of scientists from Belgium, Canada, Finland, France, Germany and the United States found that the rate at which lakes and reservoirs release carbon dioxide, or evasion rate, was lower than previous estimates. The rate from rivers and streams was three times higher, and even greater in smaller, fast-moving streams. The researchers found that the global carbon dioxide evasion rate from rivers and streams was 1.8 billion tons of carbon per year, compared with the 0.32 billion tons from lakes and reservoirs.

    Professor Dürr, a co-author of the study, is a member of the Ecohydrology Research Group and Water Institute at Waterloo. His modelling tool called Coastal Segmentation and related Catchments, or COSCAT, was critical to putting the data into the global context.

    "This study is an example of how new knowledge can be gained by bringing together different tools, techniques and ideas from hundreds of scientists to tackle a global issue," said Professor Dürr. "More integrated, international collaborations like this are needed."

    The model is a global database of water bodies, or catchments, that connect to oceans. This land–ocean water connection is important for the movement of nutrients, greenhouse gases and metals in water systems.

    This study provides new insights into how rivers and streams affect the global carbon cycle but emphasizes that additional research is needed to determine the carbon dioxide evasion rate for inland waters in the northern hemisphere.

    Better estimates of carbon dioxide emissions are crucial because climate models project higher temperature increases than the global average in latitudes higher than 60 degrees north, yet many of the tools are derived from satellite products that do not yet exist for these latitudes.

    This research was partly funded by Philippe Van Cappellen’s Canada Excellence Research Chair in Ecohydrology.

    Read more at http://www.tgdaily.com/general-scien...OaD5R3ID86v.99

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    Just saw on FNC....

    Green Peace came out with an ad that "Global Warming is melting the ice at the north pole and making Santa's life intolerable".

    GOD!

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    Well, it's not surprising that mythical Santa is being injured by mythical global warming.
    "Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat."
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    lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malsua View Post
    Well, it's not surprising that mythical Santa is being injured by mythical global warming.
    Woah, woah, woah.. Say WHAT?!?!













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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryan Ruck View Post
    Woah, woah, woah.. Say WHAT?!?!
    All I'm going to say is that if you see an uninvitged fat guy in a red suit in your house, late at night, messing around with Christmas gifts in a few weeks, shoot him, he's not supposed to be there.
    "Far better it is to dare mighty things, to win glorious triumphs even though checkered by failure, than to rank with those poor spirits who neither enjoy nor suffer much because they live in the gray twilight that knows neither victory nor defeat."
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    /chuckles

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