Oct 13

Published on Oct 6, 2015

Tags: , , , ,

Oct 13

If we want to stop global warming, we need to shut down underwater volcanoes:

“The last 1 million years have been the coolest million years in the last 250 million years.”
– Ray Kraft

If we want to stop global warming, we need to shut down underwater volcanoes

By Ray Kraft

Wikipedia / Paleoclimatology has a good illustration of constant climate change over 500,000,000 years, with hundreds of cycles of global warming / cooling in the last 50 million years, and 10 cycles of global warming / cooling (“ice ages”) in the last 1 million years.

The last 1 million years have been the coolest million years in the last 250 million years, the long-term trendline has been cooling for 250 million years.


No theory of climate change / global warming even begins to be credible UNLESS it plausibly explains the vast climate changes of the past fifty million years, at least, as global warmings and coolings and ice ages have come and gone and sea level has risen and fallen 400 feet or more again and again and again. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , ,

Oct 06

Oops — The Climate Scammers Lose:

Now about those so-called “scientists” that want those who do not believe the “climate narrative” prosecuted — can we go after them under 42 USC 1983 and 18 USC 242 for attempting to deprive persons of their rights under color of law?

A MATHEMATICAL discovery by Perth-based electrical engineer Dr David Evans may change everything about the climate debate, on the eve of the UN climate change conference in Paris next month.
A former climate modeller for the Government’s Australian Greenhouse Office, with six degrees in applied mathematics, Dr Evans has unpacked the architecture of the basic climate model which underpins all climate science.

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

Tags: , , , ,

Sep 29


Underwater Volcanoes Heating the Arctic Ocean

Tags: , , , , ,

Sep 28

Winter arrives early in Norway:

Drivers crossing mountain passes advised to change to winter tires today.

And there’s still a lot of snow left in the mountains from last winter. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sep 27

H/t reader squodgy:

“More evidence that Al Gore & his associates are lying…”

Exceptional twentieth-century slowdown in Atlantic Ocean overturning circulation

Tags: , , , ,

Sep 26


Record Snowfall in Alaska:

Major early snowstorm hit Northern Alaska

26 Sep 15 – Fairbanks had 6.7″ yesterday (Fri.).  That obliterated the previous daily snowfall record of 0.8″.  Just north of Fairbanks, 9″ was recorded.  Here’s more snowfall totals. Temps far below average A record low was set at Kodiak AK at 29 and small hail fell at Annette. The high temp. of 34 in Fairbanks was 15 deg. cooler than the average high of 49 for 9/25.  Here’s snow in Coldfoot AK.   Another wintry scene from Fairbanks. Alaska’s a big state and all but one of the first order climate stationshereis reporting colder than average temps. so far this Sept:   Nome -2.6, Anchorage -2.0, Bethel -2.0, Fairbanks -1.9, Barrow -1.9, King Salmon -1.9, Kotzebue -1.7, McGrath -1.6, Annette -1.2, Yakutat -1.1, Kodiak +0.2. Look at how snow is accumulating in Alaska, the Yukon Territory and Russia.


Here’s a pic. from Healy AK.

Tags: , , , ,

Sep 25

Destroying the claim that a warming world will have more severe weather

Tags: , , , ,

Sep 24

Related info:

Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever: ‘We’re Told That The Ice In Greenland Will Disappear’ … But There’s No Warming There (Video)

Record snow in Siberia:

Record for the entire month of September.

21 Sep 2015 – Specialists portal recalled that last week, that is, in mid-September in Krasnoyarsk observed “it is winter landscapes.”

Snow fell in almost all regions of Siberia, and in some places even formed a temporary snow. In Evenkia its height in some places has already reached 6 – 10 cm. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sep 21

Tags: , , , , ,

Sep 19


Where’s the warming in Greenland? – Video:

“We’re told that the ice in Greenland will disappear,” says Nobel Laureate Ivar Giaever. But there’s no warming there.

“There’s information on the internet, which is wonderful, says Giaever. “And I looked it up.”

There are four harbors in Greenland, says Giaever. They are Upernavik, Iluissat/Jakobshavn, Nuuk/Godthab and Tasiilaq/Ammassalik.

Look at Giaever’s chart. On the left you see the five coldest years. On the right, the five warmest years.

Now look at the dates. “The warmest years are basically in the 1930s,” says Giaever. “Those are the facts. Those are the temperatures the people in the harbors in Greenland has measured over the years. And it doesn’t look like it’s getting any warmer.” Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , ,

Sep 19

Scientists Ask Obama To Prosecute Global Warming Skeptics:

The science on global warming is settled, so settled that 20 climate scientists are asking President Barack Obama to prosecute people who disagree with them on the science behind man-made global warming.

Tags: , , , , , , , ,

Sep 16

Nobel Laureate – Temperature of the earth has not gone up – Video

Tags: , , , ,

Sep 13

Uh huh – New studies say global warming could trigger an ice age (Ice Age Now Sep 11, 2015)

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sep 10

God Sent Snow to Obama’s Global Warming Fieldtrip (The Christian Post, Sep 9, 2015):

“Study the past if you would divine the future.” – Confucius

President Obama told some whoppers the size of Mt. McKinley, I mean Denali, about global warming while he was here in Alaska.

At a climate change conference in Anchorage Obama attempted to scare the long-johns off Alaskans he obviously thinks are stupid when he predicted “submerged countries, abandoned cities … entire industries of people who can’t practice their livelihoods, desperate refugees seeking the sanctuary of nations not their own, and political disruptions that could trigger multiple conflicts around the globe.” Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , , , , ,

Sep 04

UK braces for snow this weekend (Ice Age Now, Sep 4, 2015):

Plunging thermometers will push the mercury close to -5C (23F) overnight on Saturday with the risk of frosts on Sunday morning.

Bookies are hedging their bets on the first flakes of the year, with Ladbrokes offering 5/1 from 20/1 on a flurry anywhere in the UK before midnight on Sunday. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sep 04

Britain – Coldest summer in years, Met Office admits (Ice Age Now, Sep 3, 2015):

The UK’s average temperature this summer was among the lowest in 20 years, the Met Office has revealed. It also admitted it failed to predict the wash-out over the last few months.

Cornwall and the south coast coped with up to three times the average rainfall for August, while Dorset, Hampshire and Guernsey endured the wettest end to the summer in 50 years, the Met Office said.

It is hoped the use of a new £97 million supercomputer, the first phase of which went live this week, will allow more accurate weather forecasts in future, said Chief scientist Prof Dame Julia Slingo.

http://www.standard.co.uk/news/uk/britain-endures-coldest-summer-in-years-met-office-figures-show-a2926106.html Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , ,

Sep 02

No summer in the Urals for two consecutive years

Tags: , , , ,

Sep 02

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

Tags: , , , , ,

Sep 01

Tasmania – Coldest winter in 50 years

Melbourne, Australia – Coldest winter in 26 years

Tags: , , , , , ,

Sep 01


Sunspot count now lower than during the Dalton Minimum

Tags: , , , , ,

Aug 27

Tags: , , , , ,

Aug 24

NOAA caught with its pants down – Temperature fraud (Ice Age Now, Aug 22, 2015):

“I thought you might like the temperature fraud that had been uncovered by the Capital Weather Gang in Washington DC at Reagan by NOAA since 2014,” says reader Kingbum.

“Sensors been found to be giving at least a 1.7F warming bias….This time NOAA was caught with its pants down and by their response its obvious this is all politically driven.”

“When confronted with an obviously broken weather station that was reading way too hot, they replaced the faulty sensor — but refused to adjust the bad readings it had already taken,” says this exposé by Patrick Michaels.

“When dealing with “the pause” in global surface temperatures that is in its 19th year,” says Michaels, “the agency threw away satellite-sensed sea-surface temperatures, substituting questionable data that showed no pause.”

The Latest Climate Kerfuffle (Real Clear Policy, Aug 20, 2015):

Are political considerations superseding scientific ones at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration? Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , ,

Jul 31

Abnormal summer snow in Iceland (Ice Age Now, July 31, 2015):

The past weekend was exceptionally cold throughout all of Iceland, with snowfall and hail hitting the East and South.

On Sunday, the ground was white with snow all around the highlands in Central Iceland. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , ,

Jul 30

–  Freak cold wave hits Papua – Thousands go hungry (Ice Age Now, July 29, 2015):

29 July 2015 – “In recent weeks, thousands of people in the Indonesian Province of Papua have been suffering the effects of a severe cold wave that has left remote communities in need of food and clean water,” says this article from the Red Cross.

“The cold wave first struck at the beginning of July, hitting the district of Lanny Jaya particularly hard. The sub-districts of Kuyawage, West Wanu and Goa Baliem were struck by hailstorms accompanied by freezing temperatures which plunged to minus two degrees Celsius. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , ,

Jul 29

Chile – Heavy snowfalls force 14 municipalities to declare state of emergency (Ice Age Now, July 27, 2015):

27 July 2015 – Snowfalls left isolated people and animals dead in the region of La Araucania.

Fourteen municipalities in the region of Araucania have been declared in state of emergency. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , ,

Jul 26

The CCGS Pierre Radisson escorts the oil tanker Havelstern to Iqaluit July 17. Tough ice conditions in area have delayed this summer’s annual resupply.

Ice refusing to melt in east Hudson Bay and Frobisher Bay (Ice Age Now, July 24, 2015):

Holding up resupply of Iqaluit

21 Jul 2015 – Heavy ice in the Arctic is making it difficult, if not impossible, for ships to deliver the annual resupply of fuel and goods to some Nunavut and Nunavik communities, says CBC News. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , ,

Jul 20


University press release warns that falling solar activity may bring new ice age (Ice Age Now, July 19, 2015):

“There is no strong evidence, that global warming is caused by human activity. – Dr Helen Popova

This warning of a potential ice age comes from an international group of scientists including Dr Helen Popova of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics and of the Faculty of Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Professor Simon Shepherd of Bradford University and Dr Sergei Zharkov of Hull University, and Professor V. Zharkova of Northumbria University.

Diminishing solar activity may bring new Ice Age by 2030

Lomonosov Moscow State University Press Release


The arrival of intense cold similar to the one that raged during the “Little Ice Age”, which froze the world during the 17th century and in the beginning of the 18th century, is expected in the years 2030—2040. These conclusions were presented by Professor V. Zharkova (Northumbria University) during the National Astronomy Meeting in Llandudno in Wales by the international group of scientists, which also includes Dr Helen Popova of the Skobeltsyn Institute of Nuclear Physics and of the Faculty of Physics of the Lomonosov Moscow State University, Professor Simon Shepherd of Bradford University and Dr Sergei Zharkov of Hull University.

The above image of the Sun was taken by NASA Solar Dynamics Observations mission on 15 July 2015.  Continue reading »

Tags: , , , ,

Jul 19

Snowfall in Hawaii – In mid-July (Ice Age Now, July 18, 2015):

An overnight storm dropped 1½ to 2 inches of snow on the summit of Hawaii’s tallest peak in July.
Cameras at the summit of 13,800-foot Mauna Kea showed some snow still on the ground midday Friday.

National Weather Service meteorologist Maureen Ballard says snow can fall on the summit any time of year, though there’s a greater chance in the winter.

Ballard says temperatures at the summit were about freezing overnight. Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , , ,

Jul 19


Arctic sea ice at highest extent for the date in last five years (Ice Age Now, July 18, 2015):

Meanwhile, Antarctic sea ice is at the 4th highest ever measured.

The Denmark meteorological institute is showing Arctic sea ice at its highest extent for the date in the last five years, and it falls within the norm, one standard deviation.

Arctic-Sea-Ice-July2015 Continue reading »

Tags: , , , , , ,