EPA Warns Of Declining Snow Cover

Obama has destroyed the coal industry in the US – over mindless superstition.

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5 Responses to EPA Warns Of Declining Snow Cover

  1. gator69 says:

    “Increase” the acidity of oceans? They aren’t acidic now, and would require a 2000% change in ph for them to become even neutral.

    Talk about your anti-science crowd.

  2. tomwys says:

    “Declining Snow Cover”??? They’ve GOT to be kidding!!! “Albedo” = reflectivity from snow cover and clouds.

    Siberian, Asian, and Eurasian snow-cover albedo eclipsed that of 2007-2008 this year. 2007-08 was the prior all-time snow cover extent record since satellites began tracking it 47 years ago. The enormous snow cover was initiated with record open Arctic and attendant Lake/Ocean Effect snows on land surrounding the Arctic.

    Snowpack, covering Asia all the way to the Himalayas and Istanbul, reflected GigaWatts of sunlight at all wavelengths, most of which CO2 does NOT intercept and re-radiate back down to the surface.

    The resulting colder temperatures assured that moisture entering Eurasia from the North Sea, Baltic, Atlantic, and Mediterranean would fall mostly as snow, adding to albedo as winter ended. For a video explanation see: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OdP65ZqlF2M#t=51m27.5s).

    This year the Baltic set a late season ice cover record too!

    Simply stated: EPA has lost its focus on environmental poisons and carcinogens. Its vision has been blurred by stupidly useless concentration on CO2.

  3. tomwys says:

    Correction to my post above: The EPA is not behaving in a “…stupidly useless…” manner. The real objective they have is to get the public ready to accept some kind of carbon taxation that will “correct” the climate, and then, with alacrity, deliver the tax!

    So I should have used a term such as “subterfuge” or “slight-of-hand” to describe what is going on. Carbon taxation with a real affect on climate is a non-starter, and cannot and will not work. For petrochemical “husbandry” or pollution abatement, taxation is one possible vehicle when properly targeted, but CO2 is not a poison, and certainly not the appropriate target.

  4. At the top of the Real Science they put this quote:
    “Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts” – Richard Feynman

    It could not have been posted with a more aproiate story. The Consensus Climate Scientists and the EPA experts really help make Feynman’s words look exactly correct.

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