How To Distinguish The Difference Between Global Warming And Global Cooling

Experts say this is what global warming looks like

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The polar vortex: Scientists explain why global warming is making winter colder | The Raw Story

This is what experts say global cooling looks like :

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Apparently global cooling involves a large glass dome.

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16 Responses to How To Distinguish The Difference Between Global Warming And Global Cooling

  1. Tel says:

    If you shake the dome, it gives a convincing illusion of snowfall.

    Actually, they decided to live in a greenhouse to keep warm.

  2. Justa Joe says:

    If I follow the warmists line the weather would be ideal for humans everywhere everyday if it were not for anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Heck, even God doesn’t promise you that good of a deal.

  3. Robertv says:

    The Australian Academy of Science has announced it’s 2014 Academy awards to “celebrate scientific excellence.”

    To show how excellent, their excellence is, the Frederick White Prize for scientific achievements contributing to the understanding of natural phenomena goes to Professor Chris Turney, University of New South Wales.
    http://joannenova.com.au/2014/01/guess-who-won-an-award-for-understanding-natural-phenomenon/

  4. Anto says:

    The dome is actually a giant greenhouse. Now that the greenhouse is causing a deep freeze, I wonder what they would suggest – venting the atmosphere into outer space?

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      No. Let me explain how it works:

      The greenhouse heats the apex of the dome. This polar heat on top creates a super-cold polar vortex reaching down into the dome. This cold air is captured to run the air conditioning, freezers and refrigerators.

      And yes, every now and then they briefly shake the dome so the children would know what snow is, but they quickly set it back down because it also stirs up the ocean inside and that would bring up the enormous heat hiding in the deep and they can’t have that.

      • isbobc says:

        “I can’t believe that!” said Alice.
        “Can’t you?” the Queen said in a pitying tone. “Try again: draw a long breath, and shut your eyes.”
        Alice laughed. “There’s no use trying,” she said: “one can’t believe impossible things.”
        “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half-an-hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

  5. geran says:

    Here comes another Arctic dump.
    http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/polar-vortex-northeast-midwest/22237536

    When the Arctic finally warms up, the Arctic air masses will be tropical, balmy breezes!
    (Yup, sarc.)

  6. Bob Greene says:

    What I didn’t understand about global warming until the Arctic Vortex was that the lower the temperature difference the greater the driving force. I was confused with by thinking it was the other way around.

  7. NotSure says:

    suffering thru Global Warming causes Little Ice Age like conditions. Makes sense…

    That said, we did see extreme global warming circa 900-1000D followed by a Little Ice Age circa 1250-1850 – maybe they are onto something!

  8. Nic says:

    Well despite the cooling and warming of the Earth there are definitely benefits to using the idea to influence mass application of sustainability and energy efficient practices. It certainty would not hurt to be a bit more cautious and knowledgeable of our actions and their effects. For example, that huge floating landfill in the sea…yea that can’t be good. Let’s do something about it.

    • gator69 says:

      Landfills in the sea? Now there is some sound thinking! Let’s use your ideas to “influence” masses. What could possibly go wrong?

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