Saving The Critical South Boulder Wetlands

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Fifty Years Of Failed Apocalyptic Forecasts

“The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the populace alarmed (and hence clamorous to be led to safety) by menacing it with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary.”

– H. L. Mencken

Academics have been forecasting doom for my entire life.  Needless to say, it hasn’t happened, as we are still here.

A few days after we landed on the moon 50 years ago, Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich forecast that we would disappear in a cloud of blue steam within 20 years. Ehrich is John Holdren’s close associate, and Holdren was Obama’s science advisor.

FOE OF POLLUTION SEES LACK OF TIME   The New York Times

A year later, he predicted that we would run out of food and water within a decade.

6 Oct 1970, Page 3 – Redlands Daily Facts at Newspapers.com

He wanted to poison Africans in order to save them from overpopulation.

TimesMachine: November 25, 1969 – NYTimes.com

17 Nov 1967, Page 9 – The Salt Lake Tribune at Newspapers.com

A few years later the “immensely likeable” Ehrlich jumped on the global cooling bandwagon.

31 Jul 1974, Page 7 – Pampa Daily News at Newspapers.com

16 Apr 1970, 18 – The Boston Globe at Newspapers.com

Obama and Holdren were both pushing global cooling, before they started pushing global warming.

Holdren’s Ice Age Tidal Wave – The New York Times

Their real agenda was to cut off the fossil fuel supply, which they were blaming for the global cooling.

The Windsor Star – Google News Archive Search

Twenty years later he wanted to prosecute climate skeptics.

2 Dec 1997, Page 11 – The Age at Newspapers.com

And 50 years after his first failed predictions of doom, he is still at it.

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The Frozen United States

The last two afternoons were both the second coldest on record for the date in Boulder.

The cold is forecast to shift east over the next week, with temperatures well below 0F (-18C)

10-Day Temperature Outlook for the Conterminous U.S.

Illinois has never had an afternoon below 0F between February 18 and December 10.

Afternoons below 0F were not unusual in Illinois prior to 1940, but they nearly disappeared during the 1940s and 1950s. They became quite common during the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, but then disappeared for a few years after the year 2000. Over the past few years very cold afternoons have started becoming common again.

Afternoon temperatures have declined in the Midwest since the 19th century, with 2014 being the coolest on record.

There hasn’t been much of a trend in the frequency of cold nights, but during 2014 one night out of four was below 20F in the Midwest.

The frequency of hot afternoons has plummeted in the Midwest since the 19th century, with recent summers being the coolest on record.

Meanwhile, the New York Times continues their spectacular lies about the climate, claiming that hot days are increasing in the Midwest and across the country.

How Much Hotter Is Your Hometown Than When You Were Born? – The New York Times

It’s Not Your Imagination. Summers Are Getting Hotter. – The New York Times

The exact opposite is true, which is normally the case for New York Times reporting.

The New York Times is quite openly attempting to induce panic with their climate lies, which begs the question – what is their agenda?  Historically the big lie has been the predecessor to genocide. Who is funding and directing this fraud?

NYT Opinion on Twitter: “Panic might seem counterproductive,

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Bring It On Tom!

Tom Steyer on Twitter: “If the New York Times wants to sponsor climate skeptics”

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Discerning Global Warming – Like A Scientist

Sixteen years ago, the climate experts at NCAR predicted the end of snow and cold in Boulder.  This was basic climate physics.

Warmer Winters

Today was the second coldest February 18 on record in Boulder – about 30 degrees below normal.  I took this picture on the road up to NCAR this afternoon.

About two-thirds of North America is experiencing weather, while Florida CO2 is trapping heat.

I took this picture on New Years Day east of Phoenix.

But last New Years, carbon dioxide was trapping heat in the southwest – while the eastern two-thirds of the country was experiencing weather.

I took these pictures of motionless windmills flying over the Midwest on January 6 last year.

Good thing they had fossil fuels to keep warm! The windmills were producing zero watts.

A few days prior to last year’s record cold in the East, NOAA boldly predicted it would be a warm winter. Because … science.

NOAA Predicts Its Third Warm Winter in a Row | WIRED

This is all very easy to understand – if you are a climate scientist.  Global warming makes winters warmer.

Global Warming Will Lead to Warmer Winters, Study Says · Guardian Liberty Voice

What’s Behind the Freakishly Warm Winter in the Eastern U.S.?

Except when global warming makes winters colder.

Why it’s so cold (spoiler alert: it’s global warming) – Information Without The Bun

If you want to be a professional climate scientist, you have to understand that the theory follows the weather – usually lagging by a few days. And you are a racist if any of this isn’t obvious to you.

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Sixteen More Inches Of Global Warming Coming To New Mexico

“Shortly, the public will be unable to reason or think for themselves. They’ll only be able to parrot the information they’ve been given on the previous night’s news.”

— Zbigniew Brzezinski . 1972

I took these pictures in Los Alamos around New Years.

Last year, New Mexico Senator Tom Udall outlined the fake emergency in New Mexico caused by global warming.

VIDEO: Udall: Climate Change Presents the Greatest Threat our Nation and World Now Confront | U.S. Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico

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Toto’s Global Warming Adventure Continues

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Border Crisis In 1932

During February 1932, Rio Grande City, Texas averaged 86 degrees for their afternoon maximums, and had 13 days over 90 degrees.

At the other border, the Winter Olympics at Lake Placid, New York nearly had to be cancelled because of warm weather.

12 Feb 1932, Page 2 – The Brooklyn Daily Eagle at Newspapers.com

Ahead of the 1932 Winter Olympics in January, there was no snow at Lake Placid, and it was 70 degrees in New York City.

16 Jan 1932, Page 1 – The Los Angeles Times 

On January 14, 1932 it was 70 degrees in New York.

If this happened now, climate scientists would be 100% certain it was your fault, and demand immediate world communism.

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The Fake Post-1970 US Temperature Spike

USHCN raw temperature data shows a sharp rise in temperatures after 1970.

I did some analysis on this, and discovered that since 1970, NOAA has been losing December data much faster than they have been losing July data.  This causes post-1970 temperatures to be skewed upwards.

Spreadsheet

If I plot only stations with complete records for the year, the post-1970 peak gets reduced.

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Stampeding The Herd Over The Cliff

More evidence the people behind the global warming big lie are attempting genocide.

Alarmism and catastrophic thinking are valuable in the sense that a panicked herd can be stampeded over a cliff.


NYT Opinion on Twitter: “Panic might seem counterproductive,

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Arctic Sea Ice Continues To Grow

Last year had the highest June Arctic sea ice volume since 2006, and this year is well ahead of last year.

Spreadsheet     Data

Most of the Arctic is covered with ice more than two meters thick.

CICE_combine_thick_SM_EN_20190215.png (758×631)

Arctic winter temperatures are running close to the 1958-2002 mean.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Temperatures are running around -30C from North Dakota to Siberia.

Climate Reanalyzer

Meanwhile, “scientists say” the increase in ice is a “horror story of melting.”

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