Fraudsters Romm, Mann, Trenberth Go Full Stupid On The Blizzard

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I asked two of the country’s top climatologists, Michael Mann and Kevin Trenberth, to comment on the role climate change has on this latest superstorm, which is forecast to break records.

They claim that heavy precipitation events are increasing due to global warming, based on a White House study showing that heavy precipitation events have increased since 1958.

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Why Big Blizzards In Winter Don’t Disprove Global Warming | ThinkProgress

The start date of 1958 was carefully cherry picked by White House fraudsters like Katherine Hayhoe, because that was the end of many years of drought, and was the lowest on record. Had they started the study in 1895, the trend in heavy precipitation events would be down.

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New York’s largest snowstorm occurred in 1888, which was also their coldest year on record.


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All 50 states have snow on the ground.


There is snow right on the Florida border.


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The US is buried in snow – because it is cold.YearTDeptUS (4)

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The IPCC said that global warming will “decrease heavy snowstorms.

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IPCC Third Assessment Report

Last month was warm in the East and there was no snow. This month is cold and there is lots of snow. Any child can understand that, but not the morons known as climate scientists. Cold air holds less moisture, so the collision of cold air with warmer humid air causes snow to fall. The amount of moisture held by cold air has not changed over time.

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32 Responses to Fraudsters Romm, Mann, Trenberth Go Full Stupid On The Blizzard

  1. lectrikdog says:

    People are dying, getting trapped in their cars in standstill whiteouts, ransacking the grocery stores, so it has to be Global warmi-, er, Climate Cha-, er, Anthropogenic! -Sarc off-

  2. RAH says:

    Tony are you sure that there is now in Hawaii right now? The Mauna Kea cams that I just checked didn’t seem to show any but for some reason I couldn’t get several of them to come up.

  3. RAH says:


  4. gator69 says:

    Where is the headline that says “Why Heatwaves in Summer Don’t Prove Global Warming“?

    I guess I need one of NOAA’s Magic 8 Balls to discern weather from climate.

    • lectrikdog says:

      “Where is the headline that says “Why Heatwaves in Summer Don’t Prove Global Warming“?” – No, It will be: ‘Why Heatwaves in Summer Disprove Global Cooling.’ 😉

  5. I love the map which shows snow in all 50 states. You expect Texas and Florida to have only a tiny bit of snow, but another state with almost no snow is Connecticut!

    Not true now, in about an hour Conn is going to be hammered.

  6. rebelronin says:

    1958 to 2012
    OMG there where changes in precipitation rates over a 54 year period!
    And varied greatly by region, ’cause of mountain ranges and stuff
    … and a 5% increase in CA!
    Oh the Humanity!
    No more pools or golf courses for LA!
    At least not until we return, through enlightened government policy, to the richly verdant environment of the the American south west where the natives lived in harmonious splendor
    … before evil Europeans arrived.
    And nice ski powder snows, like the one the Donner Party vacationed in.

    Really, how much more stupid can this stuff get?
    Wait … it’s a religion.
    Answered me own question.

  7. Menicholas says:

    Talk about a cherry pick.
    Thank you for this post Tony.
    Notice how they do not start Arctic sea ice trend charts in 1957…for that they use the low point in the last sea ice cycle.
    The fingerprints of deliberate fraud are all over this hoax, like stink on dog poo.

  8. tomB says:

    I thought DC wasn’t going to ever have snow again due to global warming children wouldn’t know what snow is. Too bad for them Kennedy kid is wrong
    . We in Wisconsin can send them plows to borrow for a fee

  9. Lance says:

    I thought Obama said there were 58 states 🙂

  10. Gail Combs says:

    Jo Nova has a tribute to Dr Bob Carter Bob Carter — a great man, gone far too soon — tributes flow

    A guy from Harvard, called Russell** and David Appell had the bad manners to abuse Dr Carter.

    ** possibles
    Russell Seitz, Harvard University, Physics Department
    James R. Russell Classical and Modern Armenian language
    Russell E. Jones, classical philosophy

  11. stalker trolls have to stalk
    Still waiting for the apologies

    • AndyG55 says:

      You are still trying to find the balls to apologise for your moronic trolling rants, are you.

      We would all certainly appreciate it if you would apologise, then pi**-off

  12. Andy DC says:

    Warm, cold, snow, no snow are all a result of greedy white males and evil fossil fuels that never should have been allowed to be taken out of the ground.

    That is what is known as covering all your bases.

  13. Don says:

    I mentioned the Northern Hemisphere snow cover at DTT dot com and one fool replied: “And for you to point out current snow cover, in an El Niño year no less, shows how you simply do not understand how adding energy to the climate works”.

    The most dangerous are the citizens who have made AGW their religion.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Solar Insolation at 65N is considered indicative of glaciation (Milancovitch cycles) Therefore northern hemisphere snow cover is a critical indicator.

      Northern Hemisphere Snow Cover





      The snow cover indicates cooling not warming.

    • Gail Combs says:

      Glaciation starts in Hudson Bay

      Hudson Bay was the growth centre for the main ice sheet that covered northern North America during the last Ice Age. The whole region has very low year-round average temperatures. (The average annual temperature for Churchill at 59°N is -5 °C; by comparison Arkhangelsk at 64°N in a similar cold continental position in northern Russia has an average of 2 °C.[16]) Water temperature peaks at 8°-9 °C (46°-48 °F) on the western side of the bay in late summer. It is largely frozen over from mid-December to mid-June

      August 13, 2015: 2nd highest ice coverage for Hudson Bay since 1971 at mid-August – only 1992 higher

      The sea ice on 25 July 2015. (Note the location of the Great Lakes and think of the record ice the last couple of winters and the 6F below normal summer water temperature.)

      The Great Lakes obliterated all records for springtime ice last year, and this year.

      On March 1, 2014 the Great Lakes were approaching 100% Ice Cover – For The First Time On Record, only Lake Ontario was the only major holdout

      By March 26, 2014 the Great Lakes broke all records.

      March 3, 2015: Great Lakes ice cover over 88%, more than last year

      And on 14th October 2014, Water temperature of the Great Lakes is over 6 degrees colder than normal

    • Gail Combs says:

      Hudson Bay Ice
      Sea Ice mid July 2015

      Sea Ice mid July 2014

      Sea Ice mid July 2013

      Sea Ice mid July 2012

      Sea Ice mid July 2011

      Sea Ice mid August 2015

      Sea Ice mid August 2014

    • Gail Combs says:

      So aside from ice patches in Scotland where one Wisconsin Ice Sheet was, more ice in Hudson Bay,the growth center for the main ice sheet that covered northern North America and increased winter NH snow cover are there any other signs of cooling?

      Yes. An El Nino is the sign of heat/energy leaving the ocean on its way to space.

      And then there is ice.

      Increasing Snowfall in Western Antarctica
      … team found evidence for the change in two ice cores drilled in Ellsworth Land, West Antarctica. A 136-meter core was drilled between the Ferrigno and Pine Island glaciers, and a 140-meter core was drilled on the western Bryan Coast. Together, the cores provide a physical record of roughly 300 years of snowfall, which is calculated as the net result of precipitation, sublimation, snow drift, and melt.

      The researchers found that average annual snowfall at Ferrigno and Bryan Coast was relatively constant before 1900. After 1900, snowfall rates began to increase. Between 2000 and 2009, snowfall jumped by 27% at Ferrigno and by 31% at Bryan Coast compared to baseline values calculated from 1712 to 1899. The researchers found that these results correlated with ice core records elsewhere on the continent….

      (This finding is spun to mean a thinning glacier ?!?) Actual the reason the reason for thinning is Geothermal heating from below.

      Major shipping companies are very worried that the passage around Cape Horn will be blocked by sea ice.
      On September 16, 2012, winter sea ice extent in Antarctica has reached a record high of 19.44 million square kilometers.
      On October, 2013, the Antarctic sea ice extent was at a record high maximum at right at 19.5 Million square kilometers.
      In 2014, Antarctic sea ice reached is maximum extent on September 20, covering 7.78 million square miles.

      These year because of the El Nino it was not a record extent.

      RACookPE1978 explains why LESS sea ice in the Arctic plus MORE sea ice in the Antarctic means cooling.

      …The Antarctic sea ice extents ANOMALY in October 2013 was also very high – over 1.5 Mkm^2 of “excess” southern sea ice extents. ALL of this “excess” sea ice was between latitude 60 south and latitude 59 south. ALL of this “excess” southern sea ice extents covered an area LARGER than the entire area of Hudson Bay (also centered at latitude 60), and this EXCESS southern sea covered an area about HALF the size of Greenland (a region centered between 60 north and 80 north latitude).

      The CAGW deists ignored it. Totally. Absolutely ZERO coverage in the world’s press. And, to be honest, very little coverage in even the “friendly” web environment also. Some notice, but no press releases nor TV appearances, right?
      Now, imagine the hysteria worldwide if 1/4 of the Hudson Bay “lost” sea ice coverage! Imagine the hysteria if 1/10 of Greenland “lost” sea ice? (Actually, we read every year the hysteria when a “Manhattan-size” iceberg breaks off any glacier anywhere, so the world’s press would run out of ink printing Washington’s worry about even a 1/10 Greenland loss.)
      But, when the southern hemisphere “gains” 1/2 Greenland sea ice extents?
      Just remember, at today’s sea ice extents, the “edge” of the Arctic sea is a tiny ring about latitude 78 -82 north in mid-September. The “edge” of Antarctic’s sea ice minimum is also a “ring” – but that ring is about latitude 66 south. Much closer to the equator, much more energy reflected from the Antarctic sea ice, right? Now, at maximum extents, the “edge” Arctic sea ice is at its closest point to the equator is only down to 72 north, not even as close to the equator as the minimum Antarctic sea ice! But at its maximum, Antarctic sea ice extents is much, much higher at 59.2 to 59.0 latitude. Closer to the equator than even the most southern tip of Greenland!
      Now, at the equinoxes, when both Arctic and Antarctic are both hit by the same solar intensity, the Antarctic Sea Ice receives between 2x (Feb-March) to 5x (September-October) the energy that the Arctic sea ice receives. Thus, to reflect equal energy into space, the “gain” of even 1.0 Mkm^2 of southern sea ice extents needs to be balanced by a loss 2 to 5 LARGER in the Arctic.
      Instead, we see near even sea ice changes. So, since at today’s levels of sea ice extents, “more Arctic sea ice loss” up north means a net loss of energy from the planet; and “more sea ice extents gain” down south means a net loss of energy from the planet, we are facing a future big problem. If today’s trends continue.

  14. smamarver says:

    Unfortunatelly, the extreme blizzard on the East Coast has already made many victims…. I guess that in these times, especially in a winter with a strong El Nino, we have to expect to unusual weather and to be prepared for this kind of phenomenons….

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