NASA 2004 : Global Warming To Produce An Ice Age

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A Chilling Possibility – NASA Science

Being a climate scientist at NASA seems to involve having your frontal lobes removed.

Suppose their theory were correct. If the temperatures dropped, then Arctic ice increases and the driver of this scenario reverses. The idea of negative feedbacks seems to be beyond their comprehension.

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13 Responses to NASA 2004 : Global Warming To Produce An Ice Age

  1. gator69 says:

    Produced by the CYA department, and filed for future usage (excuses).

  2. jimash1 says:

    I saw that movie too !
    It all happened in like an hour !

  3. squid2112 says:

    Ok, I know I am not supposed to do this .. but here goes .. I TOLD YOU SO! … I predicted this very thing some time back ago. Put on your seatbelts and grab some more popcorn because here we go. The next big alarm is going to be, CO2 is now going to cause an ice-age, so now we MUST quit driving cars, flying planes, breathing, etc… in order to save our planet (again).

    I’m telling ya, in 5-10 more years, this WILL be the narrative, and the solution will be EXACTLY the same as if we were to burn up. This was soooo incredibly predictable. ROFLMFAO….

    • Jimbo says:

      squid2112, check this out.

      16 January 1992
      Will greenhouse warming lead to Northern Hemisphere ice-sheet growth?
      ……….In particular, the conditions most favourable for glacier inception are warm high-latitude oceans, low terrestrial summer temperature and elevated winter temperature. We find that the geological data support the idea that greenhouse warming, which is expected to be most pronounced in the Arctic and in the winter months, coupled with decreasing summer insolation7 may lead to more snow deposition than melting at high northern latitudes8 and thus to ice-sheet growth.

      Is there anything co2 can’t do. 😉

  4. Edmonton Al says:

    NASA Announcement:
    “OK everybody please submit your entries into the “Suggestion Box” for immediate publication”
    CYA is right on Gator69.

  5. tckev says:

    “Being a climate scientist at NASA seems…The idea of negative feedbacks seems to be beyond their comprehension.”
    And also the idea of climate timescale having nothing to do with human lifespan.
    With an appreciation of both of these a better perspective on climate, it’s history, and it’s likely future comes into view.

  6. Justa Joe says:

    Between this phenomenon and Chinese soot no wonder I’m freezing. Global warming will cause an epidemic of hypothermia.

  7. Rosco says:

    Given the low levels of solar radiation in the Arctic and the low temperatures even during the summer isn’t the total amount of extra evaporation from ice free Arctic oceans in summer – if that occurs – likely to pale into insignificance compared to the permanent rate of evaporation occuring over the huge expanse of permanently open ocean that is the tropics and sub tropics where the sun’s radiation is several times more powerful and the temperatures always warm ??

    Especially the southern tropical and sub tropical ocean where summer occurs at perihelion and the land mass is the minimum.

    • Mike Mellor says:

      Rosco you hit the nail on the head. All the early climate models assumed that

      1. CO2 warming would increase evaporation leading to
      2. More water vapor which is the most potent greenhouse gas leading to
      3. Even more warming — a positive feedback.

      Instead, atmospheric water vapor has actually declined slightly even though the last decade was supposedly the hottest in the Holocene.

      When the climate astrologers scientists can explain this, we might see some climate models that resemble reality.

  8. bkivey says:

    The phrase “gaining credibility with climate scientists” is a paradox. How can people who have no credibility imbue the same to anything? One may as well say “gaining credibility with alchemists”, although ‘climate scientists’ have gone alchemy one better by turning the lead of non-conforming empirical data into real-world gold.

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