Global Cooling

Humor – at Al Gore’s expense

by Skip January 7, 2018

Next he’ll tell us that if the earth cools, it will cause hot weather —> https://t.co/SOOJZMjl7B — Brit Hume (@brithume) January 6, 2018 Hey Brit where did you get your climate science degree? — Nancy J (@nardwein) January 7, 2018 Same place Al Gore got his. https://t.co/F3nlGRCNRl — Brit Hume (@brithume) January 7, 2018 HEH! […]

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Heh! Got that right

by Skip January 3, 2018

(H/T: Lucianne)

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Consensus Means Money-Laundering

by Steve MacDonald October 31, 2017

Back in 1974, there was a consensus that global cooling was a threat to the worlds food supply. Many of us would starve to death before we froze to death. When that didn’t happen–and by that I mean there was no global money-laundering system in place to finance the ‘science’ needed to warp reality to […]

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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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From that “right wing rag” the Chicago Tribune, November, 1981

by Steve MacDonald May 10, 2016
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From that “right wing rag” the Chicago Tribune, November, 1981 But, but, but… H/T Steve Goddard

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40 Years Ago The CIA Predicted Global Climate Chaos…from Cooling

by Steve MacDonald May 3, 2016
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H/T Tony Heller/Steve Goddard

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Christmas Gift – To: Climate Cult, From: El Nino

by Steve MacDonald December 25, 2015
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Normally El Nino produces a large spike in temperature in the lower troposphere, like in 1998 and 2010. But this year’s record El Nino failed to do that, indicating that some other effect is suppressing temperatures. The El Nino is collapsing, and in a few months temperatures are likely to plummet. Then they will have […]

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Data Point – Climate models versus Reality

by Skip September 22, 2015

“…The fourth IPCC report [para 9.1.3] says : “Results from forward calculations are used for formal detection and attribution analyses. In such studies, a climate model is used to calculate response patterns (‘fingerprints’) for individual forcings or sets of forcings, which are then combined linearly to provide the best fit to the observations.” And then […]

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Data Points – an amalgam

by Skip April 18, 2014

Been real busy so playing catch up.  Here’s a few unconnected, disjoint factoids: Census says!  86.5 million workers are supporting 148 non-workers. Enough people riding in the wagon for you, Zandra Rice-Hawkins, Jeanne Shaheen, and President Obama? The average price for a kilowatthour (KWH) of electricity hit a March record of 13.5 cents, according data released […]

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Extreme Cold Culls Herd – Beef Prices On The Rise

by Steve MacDonald April 9, 2014
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Global cooling is having an effect on the price of beef.  The longer, colder winters have shrunk herds to levels not seen since 1951, according to the LATimes. (Note that the LAT blames ‘extreme weather.’) That means higher meat prices for consumers already burdened by high food inflation and soaring energy prices.  Thank God we […]

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Global Warming DOES Cause Global Cooling…or Something.

by Steve MacDonald March 12, 2014
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—Real Science To date, October-March temperatures are the coldest since 1899 – but they will rise some before the end of the month – and may pass 1912. 77% of the US has been below normal temperature since October 1. Global warming does cause global cooling. It also grows hair, eliminates toenail fungus, It is […]

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Polar Vortex Could Be A Sign Of Global Cooling -Leading Scientist Predicts Equivalent of Maunder Minimum

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2014
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The “Maunder minimum” is a fancy-pants sciency phrase for a little ice age.  A little ice age is a long period of weird weather where it mostly just gets colder for longer over a series of consecutive decades.  These events are predicated on oscillations of total solar radiance, and solar or sunspot activity, which can […]

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Record LOW Temperatures, Too!

by Mike December 18, 2013

Can you say “Ice Age“? Prior to Skip’s piece on record snowfall amounts across the Continental USA, I had previously noted September temperatures in August, and had been watching the thermometer and mentally comparing with Ghosts of Christmases Past. I scanned prior averages and records for NH, and guestimated around 10 deg F lower than […]

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Blogline of the Day – the Al Gore effect

by Skip December 15, 2013

Instapundit: #NARRATIVEFAIL: Five Years Ago Today: Al Gore Predicted the North Pole Will Be Ice Free in 5 Years… And Grokster Mike (and Steve) brought us news that it had snowed in Egypt.  As I write this, I have 4″ already of an 8-14″ snowstorm that is now blanketing New Hampshire.  15 years of no […]

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Data Point – Number of 100 degree Readings at all US HCN Stations

by Skip August 28, 2013

Democrats keep saying that they follow the Science; a large part of the scientific process is looking at the data.  Then interpreting it.  With two STEM degrees, I think this interpretation seems to fit the data: “This summer, the US has experienced the fewest number of 100 degree readings in a century. The five hottest […]

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Farmers Almanac – well, here is some supporting data

by Skip August 27, 2013

No, the Farmers Almanac prediction for this winter (which is lent more than a little credence in these parts) is not using sophisticated sensors, sats in space, or high level math to have declared that we all ought to have our woolies cleaned and ready.  Watts Up With That? is one of the heaviest trafficed […]

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Hmm, might we all be wishing for some Global Warming this winter?

by Skip August 27, 2013

Farmers Almanac 2014 Winter Prediction After the unusually warm and snowless winter of 2011–2012, many people questioned if winter could make a comeback. Well it did. Last winter was cold and especially snowy. So, what’s in store for this winter? The “Days of Shivery” are back! ?For 2013–2014, we are forecasting a winter that will […]

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Warming Casues Cooling Causes Warming Prevents Ice age…or Something.

by Steve MacDonald January 9, 2012

Not long from now I suspect that Global Warming science will take it’s rightful place beside astrology as just another curious aspect of human consciousness relegated to the same space occupied by Garfield,  Dilbert, and whatever that comic is that succeeded but could never replace The Far Side.   They could call it the Global Warming […]

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Is It Getting Colder?

by Steve MacDonald May 18, 2010

  Something you won’t find in your daily broadsheet, or on any of the more fashionable cable news channels, is a paper presented by a prominent geologist at the 4th international conference on Climate Change in Chicago.  In it Dr. Don Easterbrook warns of us imminent global cooling. (oh boy) I’ll see your warming, and raise […]

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