Why Is It Cold In South America And Antarctica?


Hint, it has nothing to do with Chinese power plants.


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4 Responses to Why Is It Cold In South America And Antarctica?

  1. I know why it’s cold in Reno—overrated Boise State just lost to Nevada. 🙂

  2. John Edmondson says:

    Not good.

    When you you look at the rest of the earth on:-

    The only bits that look warmer than normal around Greenland and Japan.

    The real issue, as always, is the Sun.

    Nearly blank of sunspots again.


    This is the problem, if the sunspot count stays low we will be heading towards Dalton or Maunder minimum like activity.

    If that happens it will be cold for a long time.

  3. Mike Davis says:

    A continuation of the effects of an inactive sun.
    Coal mining in Australia! 😉
    Nature is responding to Australia’s green policies! 😉
    NIWA is finding out: It is not nice to fool Mother Nature! 😉
    The dirty Coal power plants being constructed by the Penguins!!!!!!

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