Party Is Over For Alarmists

August 1936 was spectacularly hot in much of the central and eastern US, but it isn’t happening in 2012. Their strategy of pouring on the lies during hot weather has hit a brick wall.


10-Day Temperature Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

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13 Responses to Party Is Over For Alarmists

  1. johnmcguire says:

    Having a beautiful summer here in NW Oregon . Temperatures slightly on the cool side but plenty of sunshine and nights warm enough to get quality ripening . So , the forcasters predicted 100 degrees for yesterday but it didn’t get close . We had mid 90s here and I had to check the thermometer to even be sure it was that hot. While I’m loving the weather we are getting it does make me a little nervous for the winter to come , it could be a cold one . So much for global warming. Oh wait , regional weather only counts if it supports globull warming .

  2. Andy DC says:

    Take a look at the high Arctic. It is supposed to be extremely cold there.

  3. Otter says:

    Unfortunately, that is not stopping them from trying to rewrite history thru the fake muller ‘conversion.’ That’s the story that is being pushed far and wide right at the moment.

  4. johnmcguire says:

    Have you noticed ? All the cagw so called scientists have the appearance of lunatics . I don’t think it is a coincidence .

    • Andy DC says:

      They are not exactly the warm kind of people you would invite into your house to have a few and exchange some lies. On second thought, they are pretty adept at the lying part.

      • kirkmyers says:

        The AGW scientists will resort to any tactic to keep the research dollars flowing. Many good scientists who know the truth about the AGW fraud are afraid to comment publicly. They live in fear of losing their jobs or being shunned by their alarmist colleagues. It’s much safer to remain silent about what they clearly view as the worst sort of junk science imaginable.

    • leftinbrooklyn says:

      @ kirkmyers

      I must respectfully disagree that these are ‘good’ scientists. Not speaking out only enables the fraud to continue. I understand the fear of losing one’s job, or ridicule from colleagues, but speaking out against what you truly believe wrong, & speaking for what you believe right, is in the end, what makes you a scientist.

      Dr. John Christy—THAT is a good scientist…

  5. Don Gaddes says:

    1936 was a One Solar/ Earth Year ‘Dry’ Cycle (from April for the US.) The most recent and nearest future equivalents are 2003 and 2021. The US. has now entered a Two Solar/Earth Year ‘Wet’/Normal Period, to be followed by a severe Five Year ‘Dry’ Cycle. An updated version of ‘Tomorrow’s Weather’ (with ‘Dry’ Cycle forecasts to 2055) is available as a free pdf from

    • Brian G Valentine says:

      This isn’t another “climate dice” concept wherein “climate” is a function of a single parameter over an arbitrary period, is it, Don?

      (Please tell me this isn’t)

  6. Sparks says:

    Black Swan Dies In Sudden Heat Wave, But Polar Bears Survive.
    (1936, November 26)

  7. The party will not be over for alarmist so long as they are allowed to ignore experimental data and observations. Such deceit started shortly after the United Nations was formed on 24 Oct 1945 by promoting misleading models of energy (E) stored as mass (m) in cores of atoms and stars.

    Here are reliable sets of experimental data that falsified Hoyle’s and Yukawa’s models of the cores of stars [1] and atoms [2],

    1972 UMR data on solar-wind Kr and Xe in the lunar soils

    1975 University of Chicago data from meteorite analysis

    1976 U Chicago data on oxygen in planets and meteorites

    1991 U Tokyo data on Mo isotopes in iron meteorites

    1993 Summary of heavy element isotope data from meteorites as reported by the world’s best-known research institutions

    1995 Galileo probe finding of excess Xe-136 in Jupiter

    1996 Wash U observation of fallout-particles in meteorites

    2000 Nuclear rest mass data from Brookhaven National Lab.

    Society is in crisis now: We need to end the debate and discuss experimental data and observations openly, in public !

    1. Fred Hoyle, “The chemical composition of the stars,” Monthly Notices Royal Astronomical Society 106, 255-59 (1946); “The synthesis of the elements from hydrogen,” ibid., 343-83 (1946)

    2. Hideki Yukawa, Introduction to Quantum Mechanics (1946); Introduction to the Theory of Elementary Particles (1948)

  8. Don Gaddes says:

    Read the work Brian.

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