Spectacular White House Climate Fraud On The Great Lakes

The White House claims that Great Lakes ice is disappearing, and that US seasonal snow cover is decreasing.

Rising temperatures across the U.S. have reduced lake ice, sea ice, glaciers, and seasonal snow cover over the last few decades. In the Great Lakes, for example, total winter ice coverage has decreased by 63% since the early 1970s.

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Melting Ice | National Climate Assessment

In fact, there has been no change in Great Lakes ice cover, with five out of the last nine years normal or above normal cover.

 

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Ships were getting stuck in the ice in March.

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Great Lakes ice cover over 88%

There was record ice cover this winter within view of Barack Obama’s window.

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The Potomac has finally melted, but it was gorgeous in ice and snow (Photos) – The Washington Post

But the White House climate fraud is much worse than it seems. North American snow coverage is not decreasing. It has been steadily increasing and at record levels in recent years.

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Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

There was snow on the ground in 48 states on February 23.

ScreenHunter_10615 Oct. 02 22.47Snow on the ground in 48 states

At the same time the White House is claiming that snow and ice is disappearing due to global warming, they are also saying that snow and ice is increasing due to global warming.

Holdren says, “If you’ve been hearing that extreme cold spells like the one that we’ve been having in the United States now disprove global warming, don’t believe it.”

In fact, the U.S. should expect more instances of Arctic-like weather in the future as the polar vortex — known typically to circulate around the Arctic — weakens its centralized hold due to global warming, Holdren says.

WH: Polar temps part of climate change | TheHill

The Obama White House is attempting to perpetrate the biggest scam in history, and Republicans are too timid to call him out on it. Thomas Jefferson must be rolling in his grave.

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24 Responses to Spectacular White House Climate Fraud On The Great Lakes

  1. spren says:

    Rather than trying to determine when Obama is lying, it is easier to try to determine when he has ever told the truth. The only instance I can think of is when he promised to “fundamentally transform” the United States.

    • He also promised to make electricity prices skyrocket.

      • Andy DC says:

        Unlike Obama, Carter did make energy prices skyrocket. Also projected weakness and appeasement abroad every bit as much as Obama. Carter also presided over double digit inflation and stagflation and even by his own admission, the worst malaise in American History.

        At least Obama saved the economy by printing out a lot of money, using smoke and mirrors as economic data and piling up huge defiicits. A lot more imagination than Carter, even if it is a pyramid scheme that ultimately results in economic ruin.
        .
        So even though Obama has tried very hard to compete with Carter as the worst President, even playing the race and class warfare cards like a fiddle, Carter may still reign supreme as an even worse President, maybe the worst of all time.

        • Doug says:

          As much as I despise Obama, you can’t name the worst president without considering Woodrow and FDR.

        • Gail Combs says:

          There I agree. FDR is my all time favorite for worst though Wilson edges him out by a smidgen.

          Those two saw to it that the USA would move from a capitalist country run by the people to a socialist ‘democracy’ that was really run by the elite via ownership of the MSM and politicians.

          They also saw to it that there was a massive wealth transfer from the people into the coffers of the elite.

      • rah says:

        LBJ has to be in that mix. After all he did commit the first US troops to direct combat in Vietnam and then tried to make himself and wizz kids be the generals. And he established the “great society” which was his euphemism for the expansion of the welfare state that we still labor under today.

        • Gail Combs says:

          LBJ also took out the Christian churches. So While the Mussies can demand all sorts of stuff Christian can not

          Most churches in America have organized as “501c3 tax-exempt religious organizations.” This is a fairly recent trend that has only been going on for about fifty years. Churches were only added to section 501c3 of the tax code in 1954. We can thank Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson for that. Johnson was no ally of the church. As part of his political agenda, Johnson had it in mind to silence the church and eliminate the significant influence the church had always had on shaping “public policy.”

          Although Johnson proffered this as a “favor” to churches, the favor also came with strings attached (more like shackles). One need not look far to see the devastating effects 501c3 acceptance has had to the church, and the consequent restrictions placed upon any 501c3 church. 501c3 churches are prohibited from addressing, in any tangible way, the vital issues of the day.

          For a 501c3 church to openly speak out, or organize in opposition to, anything that the government declares “legal,” even if it is immoral (e.g. abortion, homosexuality, etc.), that church will jeopardize its tax exempt status. The 501c3 has had a “chilling effect” upon the free speech rights of the church. LBJ was a shrewd and cunning politician who seemed to well-appreciate how easily many of the clergy would sell out.

          Did the church ever need to seek permission from the government to be exempt from taxes? Were churches prior to 1954 taxable? No, churches have never been taxable. To be taxable a church would first need to be under the jurisdiction, and therefore under the taxing authority, of the government. The First Amendment clearly places the church outside the jurisdiction of the civil government: “Congress shall make NO LAW respecting an establishment of religion, nor prohibiting the free exercise thereof.”…
          http://hushmoney.org/501c3-facts.htm

        • David A says:

          The current admin. is not done, and the effects will take years to tell with massive deficits, increasingly dependent and increasingly blame filled angry populous perpetuated by the current admin.
          The ME is of major concern with the possibility that the ME is moving towards a shia dominant Islamists cohesion. This would be very bad.

  2. rah says:

    It will be interesting to see what the coming winter brings with the current El Nino and continued presence of the warm blob on one hand and the decreasing solar activity and colder AMO on the other.
    Friday was a miserable day here. Fall was clearly announcing it’s arrival to Indiana. A dreary and blustery day with my flags snapping a good bit of the time and temps in the low 50s that felt like the high 40s. The only bright spots were the baked Orange Roughy and home made Cheddar Bay biscuits we had for dinner. And that night for the first time my 8 1/2 old Granddaughter trying to say “night night Pappa.” Come to think of it I guess yesterday wasn’t all that bad.

    • Gail Combs says:

      RAH it hasn’t been all that much warmer here in NC. It has FINALLY warmed up to 61F. With no sun for days on end we may have to turn on the heat. If for no other reason than to chase off the damp.

  3. rah says:

    That’s 8 1/2 month old.

  4. AndyG55 says:

    Go India ! https://notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2015/10/02/indias-climate-plan-will-triple-emissions-by-2030/

    Go Holland https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2015/10/02/netherlands-massively-increasing-their-coal-capacity/

    Go Germany (continuing to grow their lignite burning)

    Go Japan (43 new coal fired plants planned)

    Go Turkey…. http://www.euractiv.com/sections/energy/turkey-double-coal-capacity-four-years-314706

    Go China (massive increase for at least another 15 years …. with Obama approval😉 )

    Go Indonesia (just over taken Australia in coal production in 2013)

    and many, many, many others.

    PLENTY OF CO2 FOR ALL THE WORLD”S PLANT LIFE.🙂 🙂

    Come on America, UK, Australia.. start pulling your weight.. or be left behind (economically, anyway)
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    ps.. anyone wants to add to the list of producers RESPONSIBLE for plant food CO2.. please do🙂

  5. u.k.(us) says:

    Excerpt from:
    http://www.weather.gov/lot/2015mar23

    “For Chicago, this brought the seasonal total up to 50.1″. This now makes 6 of the past 8 winters with snowfall totals in excess of 50″ for Chicago. This comes after only one such winter during the 25 year stretch from 1982-2007.”

  6. Larry Pierce says:

    This winter get your facts from a Canadian source…the Americans seem to distort everything.
    https://www.ec.gc.ca/glaces-ice/

  7. Canadian Climate Guy says:

    Last two winters had the most ice I’ve seen in a few years. I live right between lake Ontario and Erie…

    Also it lasted far into the spring melt. Past spring had ice on lake Erie well into may….
    they’re liying big time.

    • Canadian Climate Guy says:

      Plus the 70s was a cold decade… compared to that decade it may look down but it’s a cheery pick point there….

  8. Dave N says:

    Jefferson thought that man had a significant influence on climate; you might want to pick another president.

    • gator69 says:

      Jefferson Vs Webster : The First American Global Warming Debate
      Posted on June 10, 2012

      Thomas Jefferson was an ardent believer in global warming, until Noah Webster demonstrated that he was confusing UHI effects with climate.

      In his 1787 book, Notes on the State of Virginia, Jefferson launched into a discussion of the climate of both his home state and America as a whole. Near the end of a brief chapter addressing wind currents, rain and temperature, he presented a series of tentative conclusions: “A change in our climate…is taking place very sensibly. Both heats and colds are become much more moderate within the memory of the middle-aged. Snows are less frequent and less deep….The elderly inform me the earth used to be covered with snow about three months in every year. The rivers, which then seldom failed to freeze over in the course of the winter, scarcely ever do so now.” Concerned about the destructive effects of this warming trend, Jefferson noted how “an unfortunate fluctuation between heat and cold” in the spring has been “very fatal to fruits.”

      Webster concluded by rejecting the crude warming theory of Jefferson and Williams in favor of a more subtle rendering of the data. The conversion of forests to fields, he acknowledged, has led to some microclimatic changes—namely, more windiness and more variation in winter conditions. But while snow doesn’t stay on the ground as long, that doesn’t necessarily mean the country as a whole gets less snowfall each winter: “We have, in the cultivated districts, deep snow today, and none tomorrow; but the same quantity of snow falling in the woods, lies there till spring….This will explain all the appearances of the seasons without resorting to the unphilosophical hypothesis of a general increase in heat.”

      Webster’s words essentially ended the controversy. While Jefferson continued to compile and crunch temperature data after his retirement from the presidency, he never again made the case for global warming.

      http://www.smithsonianmag.com/history-archaeology/Americas-First-Great-Global-Warming-Debate.html

    • DD More says:

      “Thomas Jefferson must be rolling in his grave.”

      He may be frozen stiff so cannot roll over.
      This photo of Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello is courtesy of TripAdvisor

  9. Psalmon says:

    Nat Geo talked extensively about the warming of the Great Lakes in 2012 which were the “canary in the coal mine”.

    http://voices.nationalgeographic.com/2012/11/20/climate-change-and-variability-drive-low-water-levels-on-the-great-lakes/

    No more canaries. No more coal mines, but the Great Lakes remain at above average levels:

    • DD More says:

      Your chart looks about right. Was at the Soo Locks Sept 8th, and the water was about 2 feet from going over the walkways. That October Record High is overflow level, as there is nothing stopping the water then.

  10. Climatism says:

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    A classic example of Government sanctioned climate propaganda, and the flagrant abuse of “science” at work, right here…

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