This Morning’s Global Warming Roundup

The Northern Hemisphere is experiencing some incredibly cold weather, thanks to your SUV.

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12 Responses to This Morning’s Global Warming Roundup

  1. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Nothing in the mainstream media about it. Imagine if we were to have a hot summer…

  2. NielsZoo says:

    It’s a 12 year old V-8 1/2 ton pick-up truck and I’ll thank you for not insulting it by putting it in the same category as some lefty soccer mom’s Volvo.

  3. omanuel says:

    THIS TRAGIC-COMEDY is unfolding at the very limit of our comprehension:

    World leaders tried to save themselves and the world from nuclear annihilation in 1945 by:

    1. Forming the UN to take totalitarian control of society, and

    2. Changing solar and nuclear physics to hide neutron repulsion in cores of atoms, planets, stars and galaxies heavier than 150 atomic mass units (where nuclear structure changes [1] to neutrons in the core and neutron-proton pairs at the surface).

    At the limit of our comprehension, at the intersection of spiritual and scientific knowledge, is the certainty of an “intelligent and creative Mind” (Max Planck) guiding force fields from the Sun’s pulsar core in creating and sustaining every atom, life and world in the Solar System . . .

    a volume of space greater than the combined volumes of ten billion, billion Earth’s !

    I.e., world leaders are trying to hide a force of creation, incomprehensibly more powerful than anything they could have imagined.

    Whether or not we succeed, world leaders will fail to control God’s force of creation.

    1. See page 3, “Solar energy,” Adv. Astronomy (submitted for on-line review, 6 JAN 2015):

  4. -15F as our official low in Kendall, WI this morning; i think i will wait a bit to finish my snow blowing

  5. Frank K. says:

    It is 2F this morning in western New Hampshire with moderate to heavy snow. This is by far one of the coldest Januarys over the 20 years I’ve lived here. Welcome to the warming world…

  6. Ben Vorlich says:

    Yesterday all ski runs in Andorra were closed because there had been so much snow all areas had a high risk (5/5) of avalanches. Today the level has dropped to 4/5.

  7. Who is going to put out those methane clathrate fires?

  8. Chewer says:

    Egad, our kids have to wait for the school bus until the temperature hits -50 F, at which point school is cancelled throughout the Copper River School District.
    Are the Norwegians getting soft???

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