Gaia Continues To Pummel The Climate Fraud Team

2015-12-19-21-57-25

One year ago, scientists announced the demise of Utah skiing. This year they are getting buried in snow, and expecting several feet of snow this week in the mountains.

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  1. Andy Oz says:

    I think Voodoo climate scientists and experts need to sacrifice a few chickens to break the curse that is upon them.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Andy, would that would be Professor Sutton?

      When it comes to climate change, we have to trust our scientists, because they know lots of big scary words

      ….Unprecedentedly, I had direct access to the meteorologists concerned, as I was in Exeter in spirit form, and I managed to speak to the principal actors.

      First, I asked Stephen Belcher, the head of the Met Office Hadley Centre, whether the recent extended winter was related to global warming. Shaking his famous “ghost stick”, and fingering his trademark necklace of sharks’ teeth and mammoth bones, the loin-clothed Belcher blew smoke into a conch, and replied,

      “Here come de heap big warmy. Bigtime warmy warmy. Is big big hot. Plenty big warm burny hot. Hot! Hot hot! But now not hot. Not hot now. De hot come go, come go. Now Is Coldy Coldy. Is ice. Hot den cold. Frreeeezy ice til hot again. Den de rain. It faaaalllll. Make pasty.”

      Startled by this sobering analysis, I moved on to Professor Rowan Sutton, Climate Director of NCAS at the University of Reading. Professor Sutton said that many scientists are, as of this moment, examining the complex patterns in the North Atlantic, and trying to work out whether the current run of inclement European winters will persist.

      When pressed on the particular outlook for the British Isles. Professor Sutton shook his head, moaned eerily unto the heavens, and stuffed his fingers into the entrails of a recently disembowelled chicken, bought fresh from Waitrose in Teignmouth.

      Hurling the still-beating heart of the chicken into a shallow copper salver, Professor Sutton inhaled the aroma of burning incense, then told the Telegraph: “The seven towers of Agamemnon tremble. Much is the discord in the latitude of Gemini. When, when cry the sirens of doom and love. Speckly showers on Tuesday.”….

  2. rah says:

    Ski resort snow report Utah. Grab the slats and poles and get going if you can because conditions are great with more powder coming.

    http://www.onthesnow.com/utah/skireport.html

    http://www.onthesnow.com/utah/snow-forecast.html

    For this former military ski instructor the real fun and challenge was off piste. Groomed marked slopes are great but getting off of them to where the real powder is and picking your own route is the place to be for the experienced recreational skier IMO. Just don’t go too far afield alone and don’t take skiers without the necessary experience with you.. Even the best can get hurt and need help even if one does know what the terrain looks like your skiing snow free.

    I will never forget the winter of 88-89 skiing Bavaria, Austria, and Italy. Powder to the waist of this 6 footer several times that year. Began the season in October in Austria on a glacier and ended it at Vipiteno, Italy in early April attending the Italian SF (Incusouries sp?) of their Folgore Regiment annual ski training and exercise. Did several night descents during that time including one a torch descent in trail which is a Folgore tradition I guess. Imagine the view of over 200 people skiing down a slope in trail with a burning flare in one hand. Helicopter skied the 2nd highest mountain in Germany from top to bottom in between.

  3. cfgjd says:

    European Alps got almost no snow at all so far. Temperatures are staggeringly high. Is this AGW?

  4. Gail Combs says:

    So what have we seen in the last few winters?

    Let’s start with Greenland shall we?

    “April 24, 2015 — I believe in one of my first blog posts I mentioned that we were working in an area of high accumulation (snowfall) on the Greenland Ice Sheet. I would like to change that to an area of VERY HIGH accumulation! Actually Southeast Greenland does receive the largest amount of snowfall on the entire ice sheet. In previous years we have experienced storms dumping over a meter of snow. This year we had one of those storms bringing well over a meter of snow and then 3 hours after the first storm ended we got a second, bigger storm, pushing our 5 days snow total to nearly 3 meters of snow.
    The amount of snow is best summed up by a dinner conversation in our cook tent where Olivia, being on the ice sheet for the first time, asked Clem, Josh and I, ice sheet veterans, what the biggest storm we had ever been in was like. We all responded, in unison,” this is the biggest storm we have ever been in!” While the weather was not particularly cold or windy, it just kept snowing. The low wind made it possible for us to continue science measurements through the storm in a special tent, with no floor, providing both shelter and access to the snow.”
    http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/blogs/fromthefield/2015/04/25/wow-that-was-a-lot-of-snow/

    And Italy broke the world’s single day snow record not once by TWICE last winter!
    March 6 2015 —Record snow in Abruzzo, Italy, 5 & 6 Mar 2015 “…Published on March 8, 2015 – As of the morning of Thursday, March 5, for about 24 consecutive hours it snowed persistently recording a total accumulation of 1 meter and a half. (Almost 5 feet)…”
    Abruzzo, Italy in decimal degrees: 42.4°N Altitude/ elevation: 11 m (36 ft).

    March 11, 2015: World Record Snowfall in Capracotta, Italy “Entire buildings and cars buried. 100.8 inches of snow in just 18 hours” Previous record belonged to Silver Lake, Colorado, USA with 75.8 inches

    And the Greek islands in the Mediterranean were buried under 6½ ft (2 m) of snow.

    The Cycladic island of Tinos faces a third difficult day Friday after heavy snowfall disabled much of its infrastructure as well as isolating several villages….
    At least eight villages on Tinos were cut off Thursday as snow levels reached up to 2 meters while schools and public services remained closed….
    http://www.ekathimerini.com/4dcgi/_w_articles_wsite1_1_08/01/2015_546050

    Norway – Forced to remove excessive snow from ski slopes
    “During the last two days we’ve got more snow than we had in the last two years together,” says Vegar Sårheim. “I had never believed we would experience this.”
    (wwwDOT)irda.no/Dette_skisenteret_m__fjerne_sn_-5-15-15714.html

    Lets look at the last five winters shall we?

    2010:
    Feb 13th 2010 – Snow in all 50 U.S. states
    20 million farm animals may die in Mongolia before spring as the fiercest winter in living memory grips the country,
    Record Snowfall for Baltimore
    Freak snow storm covers southern France
    Freak snow falls in Spain strands 6000.
    Scotland records coldest winter
    Temperatures were glacial across Europe over the weekend, kills 22 across Europe
    Snowfall in St. Petersburg [Russia] breaks 130-year record
    Hundreds freeze to death in Peruvian Andes
    Snow in Brazil, below zero Celsius in the River Plate and tropical fish frozen

    2012:
    Low temps in Peru – Death toll rises to 31
    Freak cold in the Andes kills hundreds
    Cold Blast Claims Over 600 Lives Across Eastern Europe/Russia…”Death Toll Keeps Rising…State Of Emergency”
    Coldest January on record for parts of Alaska
    2012 the coldest July on record in Anchorage Alaska
    Shortage of food in Uzbekistan city due to snow
    The First Time Occurred, Snow Storm Hits West Sumatra, Indonesia on Wednesday, March 28. – Snow record broken in South Africa
    Johannesburg marvels at rare snowfall
    Unprecedented cold in Morocco
    Heavy snowfall in Tunisia, Roads in Ain Draham blocked by 31 inches (80 cm) of snow

    2013
    Record cold in Cape Town, South Africa
    Rare snow in Atacama desert
    Brazil – Snow in over 80 cities – Roads and schools closed
    Worst cold spell in 80 years hammers Chile fruit crops
    More than 25 000 animals killed in southern Peru
    “Extraordinary” cold and large snowfall for southern Brazil
    Lao Cai Province [Viet Nam] alone, an unusual snowfall early this week caused an estimated loss of around VND10 billion
    Jerusalem hit by worst snowstorm for TWENTY YEARS as eight inches fall across Holy City
    Wintry blast to hit New Zealand
    July frosts reduce Brazil wheat, coffee
    Tibetan nomads in Ladakh call out for help, Thousands of livestock perish
    first time snow has fallen in the state of Arkansas during the month of May
    Single-day record May snowfalls have likely fallen in Iowa, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
    Blizzard Of 2013 Reaches Top 5 Snowstorms In New England History
    Snow in Malta 2013 -. Malta has experienced just four snowfalls since 1895.
    Rare June snow blankets northwest China.

    2014
    Record snowfall (almost 7 ft) in northern Iran
    Temperatures up to 40 degrees below normal in the [US] High Plains
    Slovenia paralyzed by snow and ice
    Southern Austria on highest avalanche alert after heavy snow – A meter of snow in two days – Valleys and roads cut off
    Serbia – 1,000 evacuated from cars, buses and trains – Snow drifts 3.5 meters high
    Poland – Heavy snowfall and blizzards
    Heavy snowfalls and blizzard hammer southern Romania
    Tibetan nomads in Ladakh call out for help, Thousands of livestock perish
    Brisbane – Vegetable prices expected to soar due to cold snap
    Green Bay made it 49 days with subzero temperatures, the most in a winter. The previous record, 48 days, was set in 1976-77. Just before 4 a.m., the temperature was minus 18, breaking the previous record of minus 17 set in 1962. The mercury continued to fall to minus 21 just before 5 a.m., according to the National Weather Service office in Ashwaubenon.
    Aemi tropical Tokushima, Japan (34.0° N same as South Carolina) has been hit with major snow storms roofs collapsed, at least 8 dead. Japan got plastered with a series of storms last winter.

    DECEMBER 2014
    Heavy snowfall shuts down six highways in China
    Early Winter Storm Hammers Vermont – Power Outages “Unprecedented”
    Heavy snow shuts down Trans Canada Highway east of Quebec City
    Algeria – Heavy snowfall brings complete paralysis of most educational institutions
    Japan – Heavy snowfall kills eight
    Kazakhstan – 530 people rescued from snowdrifts since the beginning of winter
    Heavy snow knocks out power to 10 municipalities in Bulgaria
    Heavy snowfall traps people on the road in Mersin, Turkey
    Austria ice storm – So bad that authorities use tanks to move supplies
    Heavy snowfall continues in Japan
    Six greenhouses collapse under heavy snow in NE China
    Waist-deep snow in China – Most severe snowstorm in years
    Record snowfall in Juneau, Alaska
    Serbia – Ice storm and deep snow – People experiencing mental breakdown after 48 hours without electricity, water and heating
    Austria – Rare ice storm hits Waldviertel
    100,000 Czech travelers stranded due to freezing arctic weather
    Eastern Turkey – Heavy snowfall reduces visibility to 16 feet (5 m)

    NOVEMBER 2014
    Iran – Snow and blizzards began in early November and still continue
    Turkey – Heavy snowfall knocks out power for 4 days – and still counting
    Russia – Minus 32 degrees and Heavy Snow in Tomsk
    One meter of snow in eastern Turkey
    Buffalo – 30 major roof collapses, 100 minor collapses (SEVEN FEET of snow in one storm)
    Ice on the Mississippi River in Iowa (Nov 20)

    All these snow events resulted in Northern Hemisphere snow cover this fall highest ever on record.

    2015
    Canberra’s coldest winter in 15 years
    Bogota, Colombia, covered in 24 inches of snow
    Record snow in Abruzzo, Italy (elevation 36 ft) for about 24 consecutive hours it snowed persistently recording a total accumulation of 1 meter and a half.
    World Record Snowfall in Capracotta, Italy Previous record Silver Lake, Colorado, USA with 75.8 inches
    Greek islands in the Mediterranean buried under 6½ ft (2 m) of snow
    Heavy snowfall causes road closures in Mexico
    A very unusual snowing forced the closure of the Mexico City – Puebla City 150-D highway
    Norway – Forced to remove excessive snow from ski slopes

    • Donna K. Becker says:

      What about 2011?

      • Gail Combs says:

        The year 2011 was a real winner.

        Two CAGW icons fell, sea level rise and polar bear extinction, one child was burned to death in the name of global warming mitigation, Climate Justice Day in NYC got buried in RECORD SNOWFALL and the Met Office Announced – Europe May be Facing Return Of ‘Little Ice Age’ On top of that Montana’s Glacier National Park, in Colorado’s Front Range, in Wyoming’s Grand Tetons, the glaciers and snowfields are actually gaining volume according to Bob Comey, director of the Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center. “I’ve never seen a season with a gain like we’ve seen this summer,” Comey said.

        Research from the Met Office suggests that Europe could be facing a return of the “little ice age” that gripped Britain 300 years ago, causing decades of bitter winters, Leake warns.

        The prediction, to be published in Nature, is based on observations of a slow-down in the sun’s emissions of ultraviolet radiation.
        http://thegwpf.org/the-climate-record/4062-met-office-u-turn-europe-may-be-facing-return-of-little-ice-age.html

        2011

        23 Aug 2011 — NASA Global sea levels DROPPED 5mm in 2010
        September 16, 2011 — Sea Level Continues Decline
        The two-year-long decline is continuing at a rate of 5mm per year
        in August 2011, NASA announced that global sea level was dropping and was “a quarter of an inch lower than last summer.” http://iceagenow.info/obama-promise-sea-levels-fall/


        Envisat numbers here:
        ftp://ftp.aviso.oceanobs.com/pub/oceano/AVISO/indicators/msl/MSL_Serie_EN_Global_IB_RWT_NoGIA_Adjust.txt

        2 Aug 2011 Polar Bear Population “May now be near historic highs”
        “The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that the polar bear population is currently at 20,000 to 25,000 bears, up from as low as 5,000-10,000 bears in the 1950s and 1960s,” says article by Amrutha Gayathri.

        September 23, 2011 Armed troops burn down homes, kill children in name of global warming
        Armed troops acting on behalf of a British carbon trading company backed by the World Bank burned houses to the ground and killed children to evict Ugandans from their homes in the name of seizing land to protect against “global warming, Villagers told of how armed “security forces” stormed their village and torched houses, burning an eight-year-child to death as they threatened to murder anyone who resisted while beating others.

        “The government and the company said the settlers were illegal and evicted for a good cause: to protect the environment and help fight global warming.
        NOTE: The ‘settlers’ have been there for years but since Africa does not have land deeds the government can say they are squaters even if the famly has been there since prehistoric times. I used to have a link explaining the land deed problem that makes Africa and South American peasants such easy targets.

        28 Mar 2011 — All seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing – Record snowfall to spur even more growth –
        Not only are Mt. Shasta’s glaciers growing, two have nearly doubled in size. Both the Hotlum and Wintun Glaciers have nearly doubled in size since 1950. With a record 98 inches of snow during the month of March, and an estimated 6 feet of new powder during the past week, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park is extending its ski season.

        15 Aug 2011 New Zealand Snowfall Sets New Records, Blizzards in New Zealand ground flights, close roads, shut down mail delivery and shut off power in what forecasters describe as once-in-a-lifetime conditions. – The cities of Wellington and Auckland saw their first snow for decades. First snow in downtown Auckland in 72 years.
        http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/atmosphere/cold/new-zealand-snowfall-sets-new-records/32154.html

        31 Aug 2011 – Met Office figures indicate UK – Coldest summer in nearly 20 years
        http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/8730125/Parts-of-Britain-suffer-coldest-summer-for-nearly-two-decades.html

        31 Aug 2011 — Ireland – One of coldest Augusts since 1851
        Following the coldest June in nearly 40 years and the coldest July in 50 years, this month is now one of the coldest Augusts since records began in 1851.
        http://www.independent.ie/national-news/what-summer-august-was-coldest-in-25-years-2861997.html

        31 Aug 2011 — Snow fell as low as 6,500 feet in Montana’s Glacier National Park and the neighboring higher terrain in Canada.
        http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/54489/first-snow-of-the-season-1.asp

        14 Sep 2011 Early Freeze Could Severely Damage Minnesota Crops
        “Wednesday night’s overnight forecast of 25 degrees could be very damaging,” said Zastrow. “Twenty-eight degrees [F] will pretty much kill everything.” A normal frost isn’t seen until late September
        http://ksax.com/article/stories/S2284262.shtml?cat=10230

        16 Sep 2011 Winter Arrives Early In Minnesota
        Record cold in International Falls – Duluth ties record for early winter snowfall And with a temperature of just 19F (-7.2C) on Wednesday, International Falls, Minnesota, endured the coldest temperature on record for the time of year and the first time that a local reading in the teens has been recorded during the month of September. A cold front swept south from Canada resulting in widespread frost and record low temperatures for the time of year in the Upper Midwest and northern Great Lakes regions.
        http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/atmosphere/cold/winter-arrives-early-in-minnesota/37951.html

        15 Sep 2011 Snow in Durango? It’s not even fall yet!
        “It’s not the earliest snow ever, but it’s not exactly normal, either,” The first snow generally comes in mid-October, Ramey added.
        http://durangoherald.com/article/20110915/NEWS01/709159934/-1/s/Snow?-Really?-It%E2%80%99s-not-even-fall-yet

        14 Sep 2011 – Heavy snow for Colorado as big chill sets in
        “Heavy snow has temporarily closed Trail Ridge Road. “The low temperature in Denver before midnight is expected to reach 44 degrees. “The average temperature for the date is 79 degrees.”
        http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_18891724

        September 16, 2011 Ireland temperatures going in one direction – Down
        We have just had the coldest summer here in over 50 years following the coldest winter in over 100 years”

        September 18, 2011 — Summer switched off – Record low temps in 9 states
        Record low temperatures in nine states from Missouri to Michigan, snow in Colorado, snow on Mount Rainier, snow on Whistler-Blackcomb … and summer isn’t even officially over.
        http://www.stltoday.com/news/national/article_2b4e72d4-e93c-57ec-baf7-dc50a99cb9c2.html

        Meanwhile, the coldest summer in 20 years wiped out two-thirds of the United Kingdom’s common blue butterfly,
        http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2038012/Coldest-summer-20-years-wipes-thirds-common-blue-butterfly.html

        September 19, 2011 Record low temps in 39 states in September (so far) 924 broken records + 408 tied records = 1,332 total, just through the 18th.
        http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/extremes/records/daily/mint/2011/09/00?sts%5b%5d=US

        September 19, 2011 Record Snow in St. Moritz
        “There is about 45 cm (18 inches) of NEW snow in St-Moritz.” Record snow in the Grisons (South of Switzerland) “It was unusual not only the amount of snow, the precipitation was specific. In Sta. Maria it fell in Munster with 100 liters per square meter as much rain as never before since 1901.
        http://www.blick.ch/news/schweiz/wintereinbruch-in-der-schweiz-182103
        West Austria also got the snow with roads blocked and 3 trains stopped in Salzburg.

        Mnt Washington is under a mile high, has the deepest snow base in the world and has gone from 3 to 5 meters of snow base to over 7 meters in the last 2 years
        http://www.mountwashington.ca/weather.html

        September 26, 2011 More than 3 feet of snow expected at Mount Baker WA

        September 30, 2011 – Surprise snowstorms – Two weeks of snow in two days
        Wintry weather catches a number of large cities off guard in Russia’ In the Chita and Magadan regions, heavy snow and strong winds paralyzed road traffic and left entire districts without electricity.
        The weather in the Russian capital got so cold that Moscow authorities – for the first time in history – decided to turn heaters on in before the temperatures dropped below eight degrees Celsius. Meteorologists say the last two days have seen enough snow for two weeks. [Link to Russian news story is censored by wordpress]

        October 2, 2011 Earliest snowfall on record – Philipsburg and Laurel Summit, Pennsylvania
        Also snow down to 2500′ in the Blue Ridge of Virginia on the NC border. Snow falling heavily above 4500′ with accumulation reported and snow at Snowshoe Mtn Ski Resort WV a month earlier than normal. West Virginia got 1-3 inches of snow Saturday night into Sunday morning. And the official total for Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia reached NINE INCHES.

        4 Oct 2011“Dangerous early season storm.” Up to 20 inches snow expected in Sierra Nevada
        Tahoe –
        October 4, 2011‘Earliest return of winter conditions since 1969′ (Northern California)
        Just 96 days since the last snow. According to the Central Sierra Snow Lab, this will be the shortest duration between snow storms since 1969.
        October 5, 2011 – Eighteen inches of snow for Colorado
        October 5, 2011 – Record Early Snow on Mammoth Mountain, CA (over a foot )
        Mammoth Mountain averages 5.2 inches of snow in October. Last year was a record breaking year with 668 inches of snow. “More snow is on the way tonight and tomorrow.” With six inches to a foot of snow expected by Thursday. Meanwhile Heavy mountain snow continued across Utah. Two feet already reported in some areas with Up to 30 inches forecast.

        October 7, 2011 With 3 feet of snow, Wolf Creek Ski Area will open this weekend … the earliest open ever. and on the 13th Arapahoe Basin opened to skiers and riders today, just 100 days.

        Not to be left out – EUROPE
        6 Oct 11 – “Cairgorm in the Highlands was the first place in the UK to experience the chill of winter as the ski slopes on the Scottish resort experienced the first dump of snow,”
        8 Oct 11 First snow of the season in Italy and “Extremely rare” early snow in Germany up to 4 inches of snow. The the Zugspitze (I have skiied there) already had 35 centimeters of snow – almost 14 inches. According to the weather center this is an extremely rare thing.” Since the beginning of weather record only in the years 1956 and 1994 fell a corresponding amount of snow at this time.”
        By Sunday, the cold will have reached as far south as northern parts of Turkey and Greece. The mountains in southern Greece and up the Adriatic should see the first snow of the season. There should be a good covering of snow at all levels through Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Belarus, with temperatures falling to well below zero over this snow cover.

        October 15, 2011 – Arctic blast to bring snow to the U.K.
        freezing temperatures on Monday would “fall away sharply” towards the end of the week, plunging to minus 4C (25F) in parts. And Rao mentions yet another forecaster, senior meteorologist Richard James@ World forecasters World Climate Service calling for a mini ice age.
        http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/277583
        October 17, 2011 Earliest snow in Ireland since 1964

        “Records for the month of October have been shattered across the Northeast. Some spots have seen an astonishing, by October standards, 1 to 2 feet of snow! According to Vermont Public Radio, heavy wet snow set records in southern Vermont this Halloween weekend postponing Rutland’s Halloween Parade. More than 16 inches of snow fell in West Halifax, Brattleboro got 15 inches of snow, and 13 inches fell in Wilmington. Two million were still without power after the record-smashing New England snowstorm.

        Meanwhile Amarillo, Texas received almost five inches of heavy, wet snow on October 27 breaking 100-year-old snowfall record.

        Record snowfall in the spring, record snowfall in the autumn, skiing on the 4th of July, and glaciers growing in the Rockies. Three of the last four winters up to 2011 were the snowest and I will leave it at that.

      • Gail Combs says:

        The year 2011 was a real winner.

        Two CAGW icons fell, sea level rise and polar bear extinction, one child was burned to death in the name of global warming mitigation, Climate Justice Day in NYC got buried in RECORD SNOWFALL and the Met Office Announced – Europe May be Facing Return Of ‘Little Ice Age’ On top of that Montana’s Glacier National Park, in Colorado’s Front Range, in Wyoming’s Grand Tetons, the glaciers and snowfields are actually gaining volume according to Bob Comey, director of the Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center. “I’ve never seen a season with a gain like we’ve seen this summer,” Comey said.

        Research from the Met Office suggests that Europe could be facing a return of the “little ice age” that gripped Britain 300 years ago, causing decades of bitter winters, Leake warns.

        The prediction, to be published in Nature, is based on observations of a slow-down in the sun’s emissions of ultraviolet radiation
        thegwpf(dot)org/the-climate-record/4062-met-office-u-turn-europe-may-be-facing-return-of-little-ice-age.html

        2011

        23 Aug 2011 — NASA Global sea levels DROPPED 5mm in 2010
        September 16, 2011 — Sea Level Continues Decline
        The two-year-long decline is continuing at a rate of 5mm per year
        in August 2011, NASA announced that global sea level was dropping and was “a quarter of an inch lower than last summer.” http://iceagenow.info/obama-promise-sea-levels-fall/


        Envisat numbers here:
        ftp://ftp.aviso.oceanobs.com/pub/oceano/AVISO/indicators/msl/MSL_Serie_EN_Global_IB_RWT_NoGIA_Adjust.txt

        2 Aug 2011 Polar Bear Population “May now be near historic highs”
        “The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that the polar bear population is currently at 20,000 to 25,000 bears, up from as low as 5,000-10,000 bears in the 1950s and 1960s,” says article by Amrutha Gayathri.

        September 23, 2011 Armed troops burn down homes, kill children in name of global warming
        Armed troops acting on behalf of a British carbon trading company backed by the World Bank burned houses to the ground and killed children to evict Ugandans from their homes in the name of seizing land to protect against “global warming, Villagers told of how armed “security forces” stormed their village and torched houses, burning an eight-year-child to death as they threatened to murder anyone who resisted while beating others.

        “The government and the company said the settlers were illegal and evicted for a good cause: to protect the environment and help fight global warming.
        NOTE: The ‘settlers’ have been there for years but since Africa does not have land deeds the government can say they are squaters even if the famly has been there since prehistoric times. I used to have a link explaining the land deed problem that makes Africa and South American peasants such easy targets.

        28 Mar 2011 — All seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing – Record snowfall to spur even more growth –
        Not only are Mt. Shasta’s glaciers growing, two have nearly doubled in size. Both the Hotlum and Wintun Glaciers have nearly doubled in size since 1950. With a record 98 inches of snow during the month of March, and an estimated 6 feet of new powder during the past week, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park is extending its ski season.

        15 Aug 2011 New Zealand Snowfall Sets New Records, Blizzards in New Zealand ground flights, close roads, shut down mail delivery and shut off power in what forecasters describe as once-in-a-lifetime conditions. – The cities of Wellington and Auckland saw their first snow for decades. First snow in downtown Auckland in 72 years.
        (wwwDOT)irishweatheronline.com/news/atmosphere/cold/new-zealand-snowfall-sets-new-records/32154.html

        31 Aug 2011 – Met Office figures indicate UK – Coldest summer in nearly 20 years
        (wwwDOT)telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/8730125/Parts-of-Britain-suffer-coldest-summer-for-nearly-two-decades.html

        31 Aug 2011 — Ireland – One of coldest Augusts since 1851
        Following the coldest June in nearly 40 years and the coldest July in 50 years, this month is now one of the coldest Augusts since records began in 1851.
        (wwwDOT)independent.ie/national-news/what-summer-august-was-coldest-in-25-years-2861997.html

        31 Aug 2011 — Snow fell as low as 6,500 feet in Montana’s Glacier National Park and the neighboring higher terrain in Canada.
        (wwwDOT)accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/54489/first-snow-of-the-season-1.asp

        14 Sep 2011 Early Freeze Could Severely Damage Minnesota Crops
        “Wednesday night’s overnight forecast of 25 degrees could be very damaging,” said Zastrow. “Twenty-eight degrees [F] will pretty much kill everything.” A normal frost isn’t seen until late September
        http://ksax.com/article/stories/S2284262.shtml?cat=10230

        16 Sep 2011 Winter Arrives Early In Minnesota
        Record cold in International Falls – Duluth ties record for early winter snowfall And with a temperature of just 19F (-7.2C) on Wednesday, International Falls, Minnesota, endured the coldest temperature on record for the time of year and the first time that a local reading in the teens has been recorded during the month of September. A cold front swept south from Canada resulting in widespread frost and record low temperatures for the time of year in the Upper Midwest and northern Great Lakes regions.
        (wwwDOT)irishweatheronline.com/news/atmosphere/cold/winter-arrives-early-in-minnesota/37951.html

        15 Sep 2011 Snow in Durango? It’s not even fall yet!
        “It’s not the earliest snow ever, but it’s not exactly normal, either,” The first snow generally comes in mid-October, Ramey added.
        durangoherald(DOT)com/article/20110915/NEWS01/709159934/-1/s/Snow?-Really?-It%E2%80%99s-not-even-fall-yet

        14 Sep 2011 – Heavy snow for Colorado as big chill sets in
        “Heavy snow has temporarily closed Trail Ridge Road. “The low temperature in Denver before midnight is expected to reach 44 degrees. “The average temperature for the date is 79 degrees.”
        (wwwDOT)denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_18891724

        September 16, 2011 Ireland temperatures going in one direction – Down
        We have just had the coldest summer here in over 50 years following the coldest winter in over 100 years”

        September 18, 2011 — Summer switched off – Record low temps in 9 states
        Record low temperatures in nine states from Missouri to Michigan, snow in Colorado, snow on Mount Rainier, snow on Whistler-Blackcomb … and summer isn’t even officially over.
        (wwwDOT)stltoday.com/news/national/article_2b4e72d4-e93c-57ec-baf7-dc50a99cb9c2.html

        Meanwhile, the coldest summer in 20 years wiped out two-thirds of the United Kingdom’s common blue butterfly,
        (wwwDOT)dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2038012/Coldest-summer-20-years-wipes-thirds-common-blue-butterfly.html

        September 19, 2011 Record low temps in 39 states in September (so far) 924 broken records + 408 tied records = 1,332 total, just through the 18th.
        (wwwDOT)ncdc.noaa.gov/extremes/records/daily/mint/2011/09/00?sts%5b%5d=US

        September 19, 2011 Record Snow in St. Moritz
        “There is about 45 cm (18 inches) of NEW snow in St-Moritz.” Record snow in the Grisons (South of Switzerland) “It was unusual not only the amount of snow, the precipitation was specific. In Sta. Maria it fell in Munster with 100 liters per square meter as much rain as never before since 1901.
        (wwwDOT)blick.ch/news/schweiz/wintereinbruch-in-der-schweiz-182103
        West Austria also got the snow with roads blocked and 3 trains stopped in Salzburg.

        Mnt Washington is under a mile high, has the deepest snow base in the world and has gone from 3 to 5 meters of snow base to over 7 meters in the last 2 years
        (wwwDOT).mountwashington.ca/weather.html

        September 26, 2011 More than 3 feet of snow expected at Mount Baker WA

        September 30, 2011 – Surprise snowstorms – Two weeks of snow in two days
        Wintry weather catches a number of large cities off guard in Russia’ In the Chita and Magadan regions, heavy snow and strong winds paralyzed road traffic and left entire districts without electricity.
        The weather in the Russian capital got so cold that Moscow authorities – for the first time in history – decided to turn heaters on in before the temperatures dropped below eight degrees Celsius. Meteorologists say the last two days have seen enough snow for two weeks. [Wordpress censors Russian paper]

        October 2, 2011 Earliest snowfall on record – Philipsburg and Laurel Summit, Pennsylvania
        Also snow down to 2500′ in the Blue Ridge of Virginia on the NC border. Snow falling heavily above 4500′ with accumulation reported and snow at Snowshoe Mtn Ski Resort WV a month earlier than normal. West Virginia got 1-3 inches of snow Saturday night into Sunday morning. And the official total for Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia reached NINE INCHES.

        4 Oct 2011“Dangerous early season storm.” Up to 20 inches snow expected in Sierra Nevada
        Tahoe –
        October 4, 2011‘Earliest return of winter conditions since 1969′ (Northern California)
        Just 96 days since the last snow. According to the Central Sierra Snow Lab, this will be the shortest duration between snow storms since 1969.
        October 5, 2011 – Eighteen inches of snow for Colorado
        October 5, 2011 – Record Early Snow on Mammoth Mountain, CA (over a foot )
        Mammoth Mountain averages 5.2 inches of snow in October. Last year was a record breaking year with 668 inches of snow. “More snow is on the way tonight and tomorrow.” With six inches to a foot of snow expected by Thursday. Meanwhile Heavy mountain snow continued across Utah. Two feet already reported in some areas with Up to 30 inches forecast.

        October 7, 2011 With 3 feet of snow, Wolf Creek Ski Area will open this weekend … the earliest open ever. and on the 13th Arapahoe Basin opened to skiers and riders today, just 100 days.

        Not to be left out – EUROPE
        6 Oct 11 – “Cairgorm in the Highlands was the first place in the UK to experience the chill of winter as the ski slopes on the Scottish resort experienced the first dump of snow,”
        8 Oct 11 First snow of the season in Italy and “Extremely rare” early snow in Germany up to 4 inches of snow. The the Zugspitze (I have skiied there) already had 35 centimeters of snow – almost 14 inches. According to the weather center this is an extremely rare thing.” Since the beginning of weather record only in the years 1956 and 1994 fell a corresponding amount of snow at this time.”
        By Sunday, the cold will have reached as far south as northern parts of Turkey and Greece. The mountains in southern Greece and up the Adriatic should see the first snow of the season. There should be a good covering of snow at all levels through Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Belarus, with temperatures falling to well below zero over this snow cover.

        October 15, 2011 – Arctic blast to bring snow to the U.K.
        freezing temperatures on Monday would “fall away sharply” towards the end of the week, plunging to minus 4C (25F) in parts. And Rao mentions yet another forecaster, senior meteorologist Richard James@ World forecasters World Climate Service calling for a mini ice age.
        (wwwDOT)express.co.uk/posts/view/277583
        October 17, 2011 Earliest snow in Ireland since 1964

        “Records for the month of October have been shattered across the Northeast. Some spots have seen an astonishing, by October standards, 1 to 2 feet of snow! According to Vermont Public Radio, heavy wet snow set records in southern Vermont this Halloween weekend postponing Rutland’s Halloween Parade. More than 16 inches of snow fell in West Halifax, Brattleboro got 15 inches of snow, and 13 inches fell in Wilmington. Two million were still without power after the record-smashing New England snowstorm.

        Meanwhile Amarillo, Texas received almost five inches of heavy, wet snow on October 27 breaking 100-year-old snowfall record.

        Record snowfall in the spring, record snowfall in the autumn, skiing on the 4th of July, and glaciers growing in the Rockies. Three of the last four winters up to 2011 were the snowest and I will leave it at that.

    • Gail Combs says:

      The year 2011 was a real winner.

      Three CAGW icons fell, sea level rise, glaciers shrinking, and polar bear extinction, while one child was burned to death in the name of global warming mitigation. Climate Justice Day in NYC got buried in RECORD SNOWFALL and the Met Office Announced – Europe May be Facing Return Of ‘Little Ice Age’ On top of that Montana’s Glacier National Park. in Colorado’s Front Range, in Wyoming’s Grand Tetons, the glaciers and snowfields are actually gaining volume according to Bob Comey, director of the Bridger-Teton National Forest Avalanche Center. “I’ve never seen a season with a gain like we’ve seen this summer,” Comey said.

      Research from the Met Office suggests that Europe could be facing a return of the “little ice age” that gripped Britain 300 years ago, causing decades of bitter winters, Leake warns. The prediction, to be published in Nature, is based on observations of a slow-down in the sun’s emissions of ultraviolet radiation.
      http://thegwpf.org/the-climate-record/4062-met-office-u-turn-europe-may-be-facing-return-of-little-ice-age.html

      2011

      23 Aug 2011 — NASA Global sea levels DROPPED 5mm in 2010
      September 16, 2011 — Sea Level Continues Decline
      The two-year-long decline is continuing at a rate of 5mm per year
      in August 2011, NASA announced that global sea level was dropping and was “a quarter of an inch lower than last summer.” http://iceagenow.info/obama-promise-sea-levels-fall/


      Envisat numbers here:
      ftp://ftp.aviso.oceanobs.com/pub/oceano/AVISO/indicators/msl/MSL_Serie_EN_Global_IB_RWT_NoGIA_Adjust.txt

      2 Aug 2011 Polar Bear Population “May now be near historic highs”
      “The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that the polar bear population is currently at 20,000 to 25,000 bears, up from as low as 5,000-10,000 bears in the 1950s and 1960s,” says article by Amrutha Gayathri.

      September 23, 2011 Armed troops burn down homes, kill children in name of global warming
      Armed troops acting on behalf of a British carbon trading company backed by the World Bank burned houses to the ground and killed children to evict Ugandans from their homes in the name of seizing land to protect against “global warming, Villagers told of how armed “security forces” stormed their village and torched houses, burning an eight-year-child to death as they threatened to murder anyone who resisted while beating others.

      “The government and the company said the settlers were illegal and evicted for a good cause: to protect the environment and help fight global warming.
      NOTE: The ‘settlers’ have been there for years but since Africa does not have land deeds the government can say they are squaters even if the famly has been there since prehistoric times. I used to have a link explaining the land deed problem that makes Africa and South American peasants such easy targets.

      28 Mar 2011 — All seven glaciers on California’s Mount Shasta are growing – Record snowfall to spur even more growth –
      Not only are Mt. Shasta’s glaciers growing, two have nearly doubled in size. Both the Hotlum and Wintun Glaciers have nearly doubled in size since 1950. With a record 98 inches of snow during the month of March, and an estimated 6 feet of new powder during the past week, the Mt. Shasta Ski Park is extending its ski season.

      15 Aug 2011 New Zealand Snowfall Sets New Records, Blizzards in New Zealand ground flights, close roads, shut down mail delivery and shut off power in what forecasters describe as once-in-a-lifetime conditions. – The cities of Wellington and Auckland saw their first snow for decades. First snow in downtown Auckland in 72 years.
      http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/atmosphere/cold/new-zealand-snowfall-sets-new-records/32154.html

      31 Aug 2011 – Met Office figures indicate UK – Coldest summer in nearly 20 years
      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/topics/weather/8730125/Parts-of-Britain-suffer-coldest-summer-for-nearly-two-decades.html

      31 Aug 2011 — Ireland – One of coldest Augusts since 1851
      Following the coldest June in nearly 40 years and the coldest July in 50 years, this month is now one of the coldest Augusts since records began in 1851.
      http://www.independent.ie/national-news/what-summer-august-was-coldest-in-25-years-2861997.html

      31 Aug 2011 — Snow fell as low as 6,500 feet in Montana’s Glacier National Park and the neighboring higher terrain in Canada.
      http://www.accuweather.com/blogs/news/story/54489/first-snow-of-the-season-1.asp

      14 Sep 2011 Early Freeze Could Severely Damage Minnesota Crops
      “Wednesday night’s overnight forecast of 25 degrees could be very damaging,” said Zastrow. “Twenty-eight degrees [F] will pretty much kill everything.” A normal frost isn’t seen until late September
      http://ksax.com/article/stories/S2284262.shtml?cat=10230

      16 Sep 2011 Winter Arrives Early In Minnesota
      Record cold in International Falls – Duluth ties record for early winter snowfall And with a temperature of just 19F (-7.2C) on Wednesday, International Falls, Minnesota, endured the coldest temperature on record for the time of year and the first time that a local reading in the teens has been recorded during the month of September. A cold front swept south from Canada resulting in widespread frost and record low temperatures for the time of year in the Upper Midwest and northern Great Lakes regions.
      http://www.irishweatheronline.com/news/atmosphere/cold/winter-arrives-early-in-minnesota/37951.html

      15 Sep 2011 Snow in Durango? It’s not even fall yet!
      “It’s not the earliest snow ever, but it’s not exactly normal, either,” The first snow generally comes in mid-October, Ramey added.
      http://durangoherald.com/article/20110915/NEWS01/709159934/-1/s/Snow?-Really?-It%E2%80%99s-not-even-fall-yet

      14 Sep 2011 – Heavy snow for Colorado as big chill sets in
      “Heavy snow has temporarily closed Trail Ridge Road. “The low temperature in Denver before midnight is expected to reach 44 degrees. “The average temperature for the date is 79 degrees.”
      http://www.denverpost.com/breakingnews/ci_18891724

      September 16, 2011 Ireland temperatures going in one direction – Down
      We have just had the coldest summer here in over 50 years following the coldest winter in over 100 years”

      September 18, 2011 — Summer switched off – Record low temps in 9 states
      Record low temperatures in nine states from Missouri to Michigan, snow in Colorado, snow on Mount Rainier, snow on Whistler-Blackcomb … and summer isn’t even officially over.
      http://www.stltoday.com/news/national/article_2b4e72d4-e93c-57ec-baf7-dc50a99cb9c2.html

      Meanwhile, the coldest summer in 20 years wiped out two-thirds of the United Kingdom’s common blue butterfly,
      http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2038012/Coldest-summer-20-years-wipes-thirds-common-blue-butterfly.html

      September 19, 2011 Record low temps in 39 states in September (so far) 924 broken records + 408 tied records = 1,332 total, just through the 18th.
      http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/extremes/records/daily/mint/2011/09/00?sts%5b%5d=US

      September 19, 2011 Record Snow in St. Moritz
      “There is about 45 cm (18 inches) of NEW snow in St-Moritz.” Record snow in the Grisons (South of Switzerland) “It was unusual not only the amount of snow, the precipitation was specific. In Sta. Maria it fell in Munster with 100 liters per square meter as much rain as never before since 1901.
      http://www.blick.ch/news/schweiz/wintereinbruch-in-der-schweiz-182103
      West Austria also got the snow with roads blocked and 3 trains stopped in Salzburg.

      Mnt Washington is under a mile high, has the deepest snow base in the world and has gone from 3 to 5 meters of snow base to over 7 meters in the last 2 years
      http://www.mountwashington.ca/weather.html

      September 26, 2011 More than 3 feet of snow expected at Mount Baker WA

      September 30, 2011 – Surprise snowstorms – Two weeks of snow in two days
      Wintry weather catches a number of large cities off guard in Russia’ In the Chita and Magadan regions, heavy snow and strong winds paralyzed road traffic and left entire districts without electricity.
      The weather in the Russian capital got so cold that Moscow authorities – for the first time in history – decided to turn heaters on in before the temperatures dropped below eight degrees Celsius. Meteorologists say the last two days have seen enough snow for two weeks.
      http://rt.com/news/prime-time/siberia-roads-paralyzed-snowfall-497/

      October 2, 2011 Earliest snowfall on record – Philipsburg and Laurel Summit, Pennsylvania
      Also snow down to 2500′ in the Blue Ridge of Virginia on the NC border. Snow falling heavily above 4500′ with accumulation reported and snow at Snowshoe Mtn Ski Resort WV a month earlier than normal. West Virginia got 1-3 inches of snow Saturday night into Sunday morning. And the official total for Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia reached NINE INCHES.

      4 Oct 2011“Dangerous early season storm.” Up to 20 inches snow expected in Sierra Nevada
      Tahoe –
      October 4, 2011‘Earliest return of winter conditions since 1969′ (Northern California)
      Just 96 days since the last snow. According to the Central Sierra Snow Lab, this will be the shortest duration between snow storms since 1969.
      October 5, 2011 – Eighteen inches of snow for Colorado
      October 5, 2011 – Record Early Snow on Mammoth Mountain, CA (over a foot )
      Mammoth Mountain averages 5.2 inches of snow in October. Last year was a record breaking year with 668 inches of snow. “More snow is on the way tonight and tomorrow.” With six inches to a foot of snow expected by Thursday. Meanwhile Heavy mountain snow continued across Utah. Two feet already reported in some areas with Up to 30 inches forecast.

      October 7, 2011 With 3 feet of snow, Wolf Creek Ski Area will open this weekend … the earliest open ever. and on the 13th Arapahoe Basin opened to skiers and riders today, just 100 days.

      Not to be left out – EUROPE
      6 Oct 11 – “Cairgorm in the Highlands was the first place in the UK to experience the chill of winter as the ski slopes on the Scottish resort experienced the first dump of snow,”
      8 Oct 11 First snow of the season in Italy and “Extremely rare” early snow in Germany up to 4 inches of snow. The the Zugspitze (I have skiied there) already had 35 centimeters of snow – almost 14 inches. According to the weather center this is an extremely rare thing.” Since the beginning of weather record only in the years 1956 and 1994 fell a corresponding amount of snow at this time.”
      By Sunday, the cold will have reached as far south as northern parts of Turkey and Greece. The mountains in southern Greece and up the Adriatic should see the first snow of the season. There should be a good covering of snow at all levels through Romania, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Belarus, with temperatures falling to well below zero over this snow cover.

      October 15, 2011 – Arctic blast to bring snow to the U.K.
      freezing temperatures on Monday would “fall away sharply” towards the end of the week, plunging to minus 4C (25F) in parts. And Rao mentions yet another forecaster, senior meteorologist Richard James@ World forecasters World Climate Service calling for a mini ice age.
      http://www.express.co.uk/posts/view/277583
      October 17, 2011 Earliest snow in Ireland since 1964

      “Records for the month of October have been shattered across the Northeast. Some spots have seen an astonishing, by October standards, 1 to 2 feet of snow! According to Vermont Public Radio, heavy wet snow set records in southern Vermont this Halloween weekend postponing Rutland’s Halloween Parade. More than 16 inches of snow fell in West Halifax, Brattleboro got 15 inches of snow, and 13 inches fell in Wilmington. Two million were still without power after the record-smashing New England snowstorm.

      Meanwhile Amarillo, Texas received almost five inches of heavy, wet snow on October 27 breaking 100-year-old snowfall record.

      Record snowfall in the spring, record snowfall in the autumn, skiing on the 4th of July, and glaciers growing in the Rockies. Three of the last four winters up to 2011 were the snowest and I will leave it at that.

      Amazing how you can change people’s perception just by what news stories are published and which stories are buried.

    • Jason Calley says:

      It is obvious that gigantic glacial ice caps a mile think over Chicago are perfectly compatible with a rising global temperature. After all, the Laurentide Ice Sheet covered less than 4% of the earth’s surface.

  5. Gail Combs says:

    This is an interesting comment:

    SuffolkBoy

    I was working at UEA in 2004 when this Global Warming fraud was being at its height, on a project which became the “applied psychology of climate change denial” (i.e. smearing one’s opponents). Part of the strategy to get people to fall for the fraud was to get “trusted celebrities” to endorse the “product” in order to increase its market share: Attenborough was just one of these. Of course, it was all a pseudo-scientific political fraud and all of us working on the project knew it was. The real “product” is global wealth redistribution from poor people in rich people [countries?] to rich people in poor countries. Of course, that product would never sell and would soon be spotted as a global Ponzi scheme, so it had to be “Menckened-up” by making it appear to be Planet-Saving mission which, should it fail, would destroy the planet for our grand-children. It worked for a time, but eventually all the fabricated data and bogus computer models were exposed, the reality of the 17-year “pause” or cooling became all too apparent and the fraud came crashing down, even after a desperate re-branding as “Climate Change”. What mystifies me is why Attenborough still allows his name to be associated with the fraud.
    http://www.express.co.uk/news/nature/549682/David-Attenborough-climate-change-evidence-overhwhelming

  6. omanuel says:

    These are the empirical facts 100% of the fraudsters ignore:

    a.) The beginning of the world was like the ending of Hiroshima, as Kuroda [1] correctly surmised in August 1945.

    b.) The solar system formed directly from heterogeneous debris of a supernova that made our elements and birthed the solar system.

    c.) Ccommon truths in religions and philosophies of life are instructions for living in contact with reality – living inside a pulsar-center solar system.

    d.) Neutron-repulsion is the primary driving force in the cores of heavy atoms, some planets, ordinary stars, galaxies and the universe.

    e.) Neutron-repulsion in the Sun’s core drives element synthesis, starting with neutron-emission, and then neutron-decay to hydrogen.

    f.) Atoms of all chemical elements consist of two forms of electrons orbiting protons:

    _ f-1: Highly compacted neutrons;
    _ f-2: Expanded hydrogen atoms.

    g.) The transformation of neutrons into interstellar hydrogen atoms expands the universe, sustaining human life near this ordinary star.

    h.) The “force” Max Planck [2] described in 1944, holding spinning (e-, p+) pairs together, may be like the spiritual “force” in Star Wars.

    References:

    1. P. K. Kuroda, The Origin of the Chemical Elements and the Oklo Phenomenon (Springer Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg, New York, 1982) ISBN 3-540-11679-6, page 2

    2. Max Planck, from a speech that he gave in Florence, Italy in 1944, entitled “Das Wesen der Materie” (The Essence of Matter) Bridging Science, Spirituality and the Real World. #3. Modern references to the field that connects all things: Max Planck, from a speech that he gave in Florence, Italy in 1944, entitled “Das Wesen der Materie”)
    http://www.greggbraden.com/additional-resources/

    Sent from my iPhone

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