Nine Years Since The New York Times Announced The Endless Summer

Nine years ago, The New York Times announced that your SUV brought endless summer to Long Island, and was killing Polar Bears

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gardens alone can’t save the polar bears, or all the other species that could vanish. Only a radical reduction in the burning of fossil fuels can do that.

With Warmer Weather, Different Decisions to Make – New York Times

The past three months have obliterated all records for cold in the Northeast

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And there is more sea ice than there was in 2006

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Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

The New York Times was 100% wrong on all counts, and they predictably responded by censoring all heretics to their religion.

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16 Responses to Nine Years Since The New York Times Announced The Endless Summer

  1. omanuel says:

    Thank you, Steven, for holding their feet to the fire. You have done more to end fraudulent government science than anyone.

    Now the Junk Science blog expressed concern over lack of public confidence in government science:

    http://junkscience.com/2015/04/01/hey-ninnies-nannies-anxious-chemophobes-and-other-nut-cases-the-cancer-numbers-are-good/

    As noted there, the quickest solution would be for governments worldwide to admit two REALITIES:

    1. Humans live on a water-covered planet exactly one astronomical unit (1AU) from a pulsar that made the elements, birthed the solar system and sustains our lives. Governments cannot predict our future.

    2. Governments purposely deceived the public about the source of energy that destroyed Hiroshima – NEUTRON REPULSION – after WWII to try to avoid the possibility of worldwide nuclear annihilation.

    See “Teacher’s Supplement to Solar Energy” https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Supplement.p

  2. Dave N says:

    They’re expecting (or hoping?) people have short term memory problems and attempt to convince them that the cold winters are as a result of “climate change”.

    What is far worse that in their d*nial (or plain ignorance) of their earlier claims they label others as “d*niers”, and call for prosecution of their “crimes”.

    The irony burns; long and deep.

  3. gymnosperm says:

    The concept that truth is universal, necessary, certain, and timeless harks from Grecian philosophers several centuries BC or the common era, whatever floats your particular boat. Yet even those who would purport to be the philosophers of the day seem old men in rocking chairs on the porch, commiserating about the weather. Ironic that those of us in the wine business on the west coast are in exactly the same position as that gentleman in the picture this year, and blaming Carbon regardless the fate of our fellow vintners 3,000 miles away being frozen to death.

    • Gail Combs says:

      gymnosperm,
      If I was a grower of crops in Californicate I would take a close look at:
      Megadroughts vs geologic cold vs warm, sun activity and finally the PDO plus AMO drought correlation:

      This PDF has tons of information:
      A History of Solar Activity over Millennia

      Lately CA has been in the ‘sweet spot’ while the sun has been in a ‘Grand Solar Maximum’ I would not count on a continuation of the same weather conditions.

  4. ren says:

    Will continue to be due to the location of the polar vortex.
    Currently, strong blizzards in Germany and Poland. In Scandinavia frost.

    Polar vortex is still fairly strong due to the high speed of the solar wind.

  5. cheshirered says:

    They haven’t been very accurate on many of their doomsday-esque predictions have they? If their campaign was judged on the accuracy of their predictions they’d all be out of a job.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “If their campaign was judged on the accuracy of their predictions they’d all be out of a job.”

      NO.. most are government employees. No way to sack them while they are don’t their master’s bidding.

  6. Andy DC says:

    Old myths, legends and superstition do not die easily in primative cultures.

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