Distinguishing A Global Warming Polar Vortex From A Global Cooling Polar Vortex

This is what a Mann-made global warming polar vortex looks like in 2014


Dangerous Cold Headed Back to Midwest, Northeast

And this is what a natural global cooling polar vortex looked like in January, 1977

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The Lewiston Journal – Google News Archive Search

The difference is easy to spot.  The global warming vortex is purple.


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6 Responses to Distinguishing A Global Warming Polar Vortex From A Global Cooling Polar Vortex

  1. Chuck says:

    I’m not looking forward to the jet stream moving back over NM this spring. The weather here has been fantastic the last few weeks.

  2. Gamecock says:

    January, 1977, it never got above freezing the entire month in Chesterfield County, Virginia. One of the reasons I now live in South Carolina.

    Innocent times. I didn’t know then it was man’s fault.

  3. nomoregore says:

    Yes, all the colors are prettier. CO2 is amazing.

  4. omanuel says:

    Thanks, Steven, for your continued sense of good humor in confronting Big Brother’s “settled science.”

    The possible consequences of this comedy will become deadly serious for society if the Sun returns to its next cyclic quiet phase before errors in nuclear and solar physics are corrected and reactors are built to safely harvest the same basic source of energy here on Earth.

  5. R. Shearer says:

    Purple goes with balls.

  6. NikFromNYC says:

    Better image via The Paris News:

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