Climate Experts Say That Cities Around The Great Lakes Will Turn In Garden Spots With Almost No Snow

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President Barack Obama says that anyone who doesn’t believe this, is not up to his high intellectual standards.

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22 Responses to Climate Experts Say That Cities Around The Great Lakes Will Turn In Garden Spots With Almost No Snow

  1. Shazaam says:

    Sweet!!!

    I’m quite tired of shoveling all of that “global warming” that keeps falling from the sky…..

    Wonder how soon we can plant the orange groves??

    /SARC

  2. omanuel says:

    Thanks, Steven, for continuing to expose the absurdity of government propaganda disguised as “settled science.”

    The humorous research prediction that global warming could turn Great Lakes cities into the “garden spots of tomorrow” does not dispel the misery, gloom and despair today of inhabitants who are freezing and cannot afford heat.

    Any scientist that supports AGW dogma is invited to step forward to address three figures of precise experimental data that falsified “settled science” on the Sun that controls Earth’s ever-changing climate [See Figures 1-3, pp 19-27, Chapter 2].

    Click to access Chapter_2.pdf

    Who will be first?

    With kind regards,
    – Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

    • omanuel says:

      To date, not a single member of the scientific community has challenged the data in Figures 1-3 (pages 17-29 of Chapter 2 of my autobiography) or the conclusion that the Sun’s core is a pulsar remnant from the supernova birth of the solar system.

      Click to access Chapter_2.pdf

      Is the United States National Academy of Sciences unlike “a generation of vipers”, a private, self-perpetuating organization that reviews the budgets of federal research agencies for Congress, with little or no control for conflict of interest?

      • Brian H says:

        Put a sock in it.

      • omanuel says:

        Where are all these thousands of consensus scientists cited by the UN’s IPCC, the UK’s Royal Society, the US and other National Academies of Sciences worldwide, and the Nobel Prize Committees of Sweden and Norway?

        Cannot at least one of them challenge the data in Figures 1-3 (pages 17-29 of Chapter 2 of my autobiography) or the conclusion that the Sun’s core is a pulsar remnant from the birth of the solar system?

        Brian H, can you help recruit some?

  3. Colorado Wellington says:

    Ah, The News-Journal 1988. Great vintage. Only 1988 Chateau Mouton Rothschild may be better but it’s Bordeaux. Mandela was moved to a prison farm that year. Gorbachev was still putzing around with Raisa and Cleveland was all the rage.

  4. Andy DC says:

    Snowfall was supposed to drop to 8″ by 2000. Here it is 2014 and there is record ice and snow. What a complete farce!

  5. I love how they cover themselves. First, they said the sun had no effect on climate. But now with 15 years of no warming, they blame the sun.

  6. Sundance says:

    I’m sure when people think Detroit, the first thing they think is “garden spot”. 😉

    • Smokey says:

      Actually, Cleveland really is a garden spot. Anyone who has ever visited there in the Summer is astonished by its agricultural productivity. The growing season is lush. And the weather is far superior to N. California in the Summer [I know; I’ve lived in both places].

      There isn’t a better location than the Great Lakes region, from about June – September. Humidity is moderate to low, temperatures are very pleasant both day and night, there is plenty of fun to be had on and near the lakes, the cost of living is low, and the people are very friendly.

      The older rust belt cities are not growing, so their economies aren’t, either. But for a very pleasant place 4 – 5 months out of the year, Cleveland and similar cities [yes, even the suburbs of Detroit] cannot be beat.

      But of course, undeserved reputations are hard to overcome. And then there’s Winter. ☹

      • I attended kindergarten/1st grade in Cleveland and remember not being able to see the street walking to school, because the snow was too deep.

        • Gail Combs says:

          I lived near the finger lakes in New York. I can remember stepping OVER the telephone line to go play in the field across the street.

          The plows pushed the snow into step like piles on the side of the road and people put tennis balls on the extended radio antenna hoping that would be seen around corners. Our town had more snow than Buffalo.

        • I lived in Fulton, NY the year they got over 200 inches of snow, Syracuse broke their all time snowfall record, around 175 inches. I’m thinking it was maybe 1993.

  7. Pathway says:

    My back hurts.

  8. Brian H says:

    Turn Into Garden Spots

  9. “Iowa and Nebraska could become a desert”

    There are (& have been for quite a few centuries) sand dunes in Nebraska & Kansas. They’ve been deliberately planted over to keep them from blowing around, but they’re still just dry & sandy areas. Just another researcher who doesn’t have a clue.

  10. Gail Combs says:

    Hey Barack –
    You show me YOUR college records and I’ll show you MINE. HeHeHe

    (And people wonder why I named my ram after him.)

  11. Billy Liar says:

    Further into the article it says:

    The Great Lakes economy also could benefit from global warming since shipping wouldn’t have to stop during the winter

    Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

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