Climate Cult

2016 Not Even Hottest Year This Century

by Steve MacDonald January 20, 2017

The lying on this point is embarrassing it’s so bad. NOAA’s data prove that 2016 isn’t even the hottest year this century and still the media, experts, and people posing as scientists claim that it is. Looking at the 4 sets of temperature data above–just in this century, forget the last hundred years or hundred thousand–2016 […]

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2016 Still not the Hottest (or even 2nd hottest) Year “On Record”

by Steve MacDonald January 15, 2017

Most of the headlines claiming that any recent year is the ‘Hottest on Record’ are fake news. Fake climate news that is. It’s all spin. First, the ‘record’ they refer to is the satellite record. The satellite record is 46 years old, beginning around the same time experts promised us a new ice age, falling […]

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Permanent California Drought Ends Unexpectedly

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2017

Fake Climate News promised us lots of things including permanent drought in California and they were wrong again. “Right now we are on pace to have the wettest water year on record,” said forecaster Mike Kochasic with the National Weather Service in Sacramento, referencing conditions in Northern California. “The wettest was 1982-1983, and we’re on pace […]

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“Vanishing” Arctic Sea Ice Same Thickness As 1940

by Steve MacDonald January 7, 2017

Vanishing Arctic Sea Ice™ continues to be the lead Global Warming story. All the most reputable climate cult propagandists claim the ice is thinner. Its demise is imminent. What will become of us? Sandwich-board wearing prophets roaming digital streetcorners shouting about the end of the world. But the perennial ice today is the same thickness reported in […]

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Find a scientist — just one — who says the climate prediction models are credible

by Steve MacDonald January 4, 2017

Climate Science Challenge. Find a scientist — just one — who says the climate prediction models are credible: https://t.co/SpJcVPcHmJ — Scott Adams (@ScottAdamsSays) December 28, 2016 Scott Adams So today’s challenge is to find a working scientist or PhD in some climate-related field who will agree with the idea that the climate science models do […]

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Differentiating Global Warming Snow From Global Cooling Snow

by Steve MacDonald January 4, 2017

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab So, do you see the difference? DCSB – Differentiating Global Warming Snow From Global Cooling Snow

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Limo-Libs Should Pony Up Extra $10 million for Green-Scare Park Rehab in Portsmouth

by Steve MacDonald December 29, 2016

Portsmouth wants to rehab Prescott Park at a proposed cost of $14 million dollars, $10-12 million of which will be needed to protect the park from…sea-level rise. City councilor Joshua Cyr said he was surprised by how little the project will cost. Dwyer said most of the money, or $10 million to $12 million, would […]

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Hottest Year Ever Update: Snow in the Sahara

by Steve MacDonald December 22, 2016

We were told to accept that future generations would never see snow in New Hamshire. Maybe they meant the Sahara De…wait. Nevermind. A little #GlobalWarming fell in the Sahara Desert today. First time in 37 years. In other news: @AlGore is still chasing #ManBearPig. pic.twitter.com/XPcwseYG2V — Dr. Milton Wolf (@MiltonWolfMD) December 20, 2016  

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Chicago Taxes Plastic Grocery Bags to Save the ‘Environment’ (wink-wink)

by Steve MacDonald November 29, 2016

Chicago recently instituted a new $0.07 per bag tax on plastic grocery/store bags. No price is too high to save the environment, right? What if the “environment” is the city budget? Roughly 70% of that green-tax will go directly to the city to plug holes in the municipal budget. The stealth tax does not quite […]

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Another Casualty in the Global Warming Mythology Pantheon

by Steve MacDonald November 19, 2016

The polar ice caps have not melted away. Hurricanes are not more frequent or stronger. We do not see more forest fires, famines, locust, plagues, pestilence, or fire from the sky. The seas are not rising faster. And now, during the “HOTTEST YEAR EVER™” the Climate Cult’s Tornado god has pulled a statistical no show. […]

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DiCaprio’s Global Warming Epic ‘Before the Flood’ Tanks

by Steve MacDonald November 3, 2016

Another Stupid Global Warming Movie made by well-heeled elites losses the ratings war with Bubble Guppies (Nick Jr.) proving once more that outside the halls of liberal power almost no one thinks this a real problem or that government could fix it even if it were. I mean, who wouldn’t want to tune in and have […]

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Top 6 Climate Change Problems

by Steve MacDonald November 2, 2016

A year or two old but still very relevant and worth the time to watch. Balanced. In depth. At times riveting. And Visit Climate Observer.org for daily updates on the sun and earth. H/T Michael Reed c/o Facebook.

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A Rose by Any Other, Other, Other, Name….

by Steve MacDonald September 18, 2016
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Global Warming became ineffective when the globe stopped warming, so the poo-flinging progressive narrative monkeys changed it to ‘Climate Change.’ To borrow from the Guinness Guys, Brilliant! The climate is changing all the time. Any dope who says they don’t agree with ‘Climate Change’ (wink-wink), especially here in New England, will look like a stodgy old fool. […]

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NHPR Ruins Otherwise useful Article With Climate Bias

by Steve MacDonald September 13, 2016
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There’s an interesting article over at NHPR. The hook at WBUR is How New Hampshire’s Seacoast Communities Are Preparing For Climate Change. The actual article is titled N.H.’s Seacoast Prepares for a Rising Sea in Surprising Ways. With credit to the second title, there are some interesting “ideas” to address the problems of storm swell and rising water, […]

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Global CO2 Emissions and Drought in the Northeast – No Connection Whatsoever

by Steve MacDonald September 9, 2016
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This is a Palmer drought index graph for the Northeast United States for July from 1900 to present courtesy of the Climate Cult mother ship NOAA. The unbiased observer may become confused.  If the primary driver of Global warming (CO2) causes drought, and we are emitting more of it than ever before, why is the Northeast wetter and […]

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If Sea Level is Rising, How Did Earth Gain 58,000 km2 of Land Area

by Steve MacDonald September 3, 2016
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Plenty of factors but in the end, coastal areas “unexpectedly increased” despite non-stop Climate Cult “sea level rise” summoning chants. (BBC) Coastal areas were also analysed, and to the scientists surprise, coastlines had gained more land – 33,700 sq km (13,000 sq miles) – than they had been lost to water (20,100 sq km or […]

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Flood Plains Flood

by Steve MacDonald August 27, 2016
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The experts milking the climate change ATM are blaming the flooding in Louisiana on Global Warming. But most of Louisiana is in a flood plain. I’m no expert, but that sounds like it increases the odds of flooding. The geology proves me right. Geology that is many thousands of years in the making due to…repeated flooding. Flooding […]

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Hottest July Ever? Still not Even Close

by Steve MacDonald August 20, 2016
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The same people who, every year, claim the arctic will be “ice free for the first time in 100,000 years” (or something like that) keep saying July 2016 was the hottest month ever. It’s actually not even close.  

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Object Orbiting Sun Has ‘Scientists’ Rethinking Theories About Our Solar System

by Steve MacDonald August 14, 2016
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The solar system “officially” has a new object. Niku circles our sun outside the orbit of Neptune, at 110 degrees to the plane of the solar system, in the opposite direction of everything else. The discovery is forcing this scientific community to rethink its theories about our outer solar system and what else might be […]

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July 2016 Hottest Ever? Nope. Just Kind of Average.

by Steve MacDonald August 13, 2016
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Would-be self-proclaimed sciency folk are buying and sharing the “hottest year ever” meme. It has been hot in some places at some times but is it the hottest ever? Nope. Just because it was hot where you live does not mean it was hot everywhere or all the time. Daytime temperatures are not the only […]

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Major Climate Changes Over the Last 15000 Years

by Steve MacDonald August 1, 2016
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Share this with your Climate Cult “friends.” Make then invoke a few commandments to “refute it.” Source– Warning. Lot’s of science at this link.

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Climate Alarmists – Portsmouth Naval Shipyard at Risk from Sea Level Rise

by Steve MacDonald July 28, 2016
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Local media is reporting claims that the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is in imminent danger from sea level rise. The Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS), is asking local communities to prepare for the worst. What is “the worst?” More than a quarter of the shipyard’s land area, including places currently key to operations, will become part of the tidal […]

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Atmospheric Temps Dropping at Record Pace

by Steve MacDonald July 3, 2016
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2016 could still be one of the warmest years (on average) in the satellite record. It may only tie 1998. We won’t know until the end of the year. But 1997/1998 and 2015/2016 are both El Nino weakening years flipping to La Nina, as we can see in the satellite temperature record above. It is […]

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4000 Years BSUV

by Steve MacDonald June 23, 2016
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  Here’s a nifty bit of science for you. A graph of temperatures going back 4000 years before SUV’s (BSUV). Alright, it’s 4000 years BP (Before Present) but it might as well be BSUV given that SUV’s (our poster child for reckless western abuse of cheap abundant energy) are only a fraction of the end of […]

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Paris Flooding in 1910 was Worse than 2016 so…Not Global Warming

by Steve MacDonald June 20, 2016
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More than 100 years ago, the Seine River rose a record breaking 8.6 m above usual levels, causing the catastrophe known as the 1910 Great Flood of Paris. Over the past week, as the picturesque streets of the French capital city began to submerge once again, artist Julien Knezwas struck by the similar atmosphere of fear […]

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UN and NASA Predict Long Term Drought in American Midwest: It Rains Instead

by Steve MacDonald June 12, 2016
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In 1988 both NASA and the United Nations were certain that ‘ruinous drought in the American Midwest’ was “the first scientifically documented change brought about by the Greenhouse Effect.” This scientifically documented effect would cause the interior of the American content to be drier. From wheatlands to grasslands with the corn-belt becoming semi-arid. The next […]

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Moles to Punish Climate Deniers by Destroying Stonehenge

by Steve MacDonald June 5, 2016
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In 2013 National Geographic announced that the Statue of Liberty was doomed. Destined to be swallowed up by the sea, thanks to the cataclysmic, uncontrolled, chaotic climate calamity of global warming. Well, maybe. (Though probably not by 2018.) Liberty is not alone. In a global effort to get Joe and Jane six-pack to give a moles-ass […]

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Green 20 Gets A Congressional Committee ‘Shot Across The Bow’

by Steve MacDonald May 19, 2016
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The Green 20, seventeen state’s attorneys general and eight environmental groups (17+8=20?) received letters from 13 Science, Space, and Technology Committee Republicans (13=13), concerned that the legal intimidation tactics of the Green 20 (+5) might be violating citizen’s first amendment rights. The letters request documents related to the groups’ coordinated efforts to deprive companies, nonprofit organizations, scientists […]

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RICO-20 Emails Released

by Steve MacDonald May 15, 2016
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Winning The Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI) prevailed in a Virginia Freedom of Information Act (VFOIA) lawsuit against George Mason University (GMU). The VFOIA request sought public records showing how the “RICO-20” group of academics, using public funding, organized their call for a federal racketeering investigation of “corporations and other entities” who disagreed with them on […]

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James Hansen Admits It’s Been Warmer, and Seas have Been Higher

by Steve MacDonald April 15, 2016
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James Hansen, one of the Climate Cult’s highest ranking tribal shaman, admits that it’s been warmer and sea levels have been higher. The narrative…is that Earth is entering a dangerous warm era created by man’s carbon dioxide emissions. Every heat wave, cold snap, drought, hurricane, heavy snow, torrential rain, and change in sea level has […]

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