Making Progress Towards Spring

We still have snow in the forecast and everything is still frozen, but we are making progress towards spring here in DC

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I saw a White Tail doe foraging next to these Crocus this morning. 

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Long before global warming, cherry trees were already blooming this week.

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Ludington Daily News 

Some climate experts believe the world is warming out of control, and that the environment is falling apart. They should probably get out of their ivory tower more often, and go smell the flowers.

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14 Responses to Making Progress Towards Spring

  1. omanuel says:

    The seasons are not guided by UN’s Agenda 21, but modern “science” is.

    UN’s Agenda 21 was published about 30 years after the UN was established on 24 Oct 1945.

    Scientists – puzzling over falsehoods inserted in the foundations of solar and nuclear physics 30 years earlier – recognized that the UN’s Agenda 21 might have guided those decisions.

    In 1905, Einstein had shown that mass (m) is stored energy (E), released as:

    E = mc^2

    Later Niels Bohr (1913) showed that

    1. Almost the entire mass (m) of an atom is in its core, or nucleus, that is only one millionth of one billionth of the volume of the atom (10^-15), and

    2. The atomic structure, with electrons orbiting a massive nuclear core is like the solar system structure, of planets orbiting the massive Sun.

    I.e., Einstein’s equation describes the energy (E) stored as mass (m) in cores of atoms and stars.

    Falsehoods were therefore inserted in the foundations of solar and nuclear physics in 1946 to prohibit public access to Einstein’s 1905 discovery :

    E = mc^2

    After energy (E) released from the cores of U and Pu atoms destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki on 6 and 9 Aug 1945, frightened world leaders established the United Nations on 24 Oct 1945 to promote ‘sustainability’ by denying public access to the source of energy in cores of atoms and stars :

    E = mc^2

  2. gator69 says:

    It is past time for an American Spring.

  3. Andy DC says:

    To have the Potomac River in DC, frozen bank to bank and covered with several inches of snow on March 7th is unprecedented.

    All entirely consistent with catastrophic warming. We are all going to die!

  4. Rob says:

    I’m pretty sure those flowers are ‘Snowdrops’ and not Crocus. I have both in my yard, or will have when all this global warming moves out of Michigan

  5. Billy Liar says:

    Where are the croci? All I see are snowdrops.

    • Anthony S says:

      Likewise. Our snowdrops have started emerging in the narrow strip that melted at the edge of a walkway, but no crocuses so far.

  6. Gail Combs says:

    My trees are FINALLY showing a haze of red as the leaf buds swell. (Piedmont mid NC about 300 miles south of Tony.) We actually saw the snow in a parking lot in Cary NC last night.

  7. stpaulchuck says:

    or at the very least – do some sciencey stuff and RESEARCH THE TOPIC! For goodness sakes. All this data, news articles and much more is easily found. Yet, they act like history started this year (or the beginning of the Industrial Age, depending on need of the moment).

  8. “They should probably get out of their ivory tower more often, and go smell the flowers.” I think that is excellent advice. I have noted that the “climate scientists” seem to put more stock in their software-outputs than they do in actual recorded data. I discovered the other day that there’s actually a name for that. It’s called the Ludic Fallacy: mistaking a model for the real world.

  9. rah says:

    Last trip out to Pottsville, PA on Tuesday it was rainy and foggy the whole 597 mi. out. When I was returning back to the terminal with my back haul on Wednesday it was in the mid 40’s, clear and dry until late that night when I turned off I-70 onto IN Hwy 109 for the last 30 mi coming back. That last 30 mi was driven in a real pea soup. The snow cover in all the states along the PA turnpike and I-70 that I drove on is virtually gone. The Monongahela is finally losing most of it’s ice.

    Here in Indiana there only one pile of snow has survived. The rest of my yard is snow and ice free. Still too wet to get out and do much in the yard yet though.

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