The Polar Vortex Of White House Fraud

The Polar Vortex weakens, and it become wavier.

  • John Holdren  January 17, 2014

The winter of 2011-2012 was warm in the US. Climate alarmists blamed it on global warming, and said it was the new normal. So during the cold winter of 2013-2014 the White House had to come up with some new BS, and claimed that a warming Arctic and shrinking ice cap were the cause of the cold.

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We the Geeks: “Polar Vortex” and Extreme Weather | whitehouse.gov

The Polar Vortex Explained in 2 Minutes | The White House

Two days later, they had fooled 40% of the public.

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This is the exact opposite of what scientists said 40 years ago, when they blamed the same weather pattern on a cooling Arctic and an expanding Arctic ice cap.

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TIME Magazine Archive Article — Another Ice Age? — Jun. 24, 1974

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TimesMachine: January 5, 1978 – NYTimes.com

The CIA blamed the expansion of the polar vortex on Arctic cooling and an expanding ice cap.

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The weather pattern in 1977 was nearly identical to the winters of 2013-2014 and 2014-2015.

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The Lewiston Journal – Google News Archive Search

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TimesMachine: July 14, 1977 – NYTimes.com

The March 1, 1975 issue of Science News showed how global cooling caused a wavy jet stream.

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Compare that picture with Holdren’s picture. Almost identical – except that Holdren blamed Arctic warming and a shrinking ice cap..

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CEI is suing the White House over release of the documents behind this fraud, and of course there aren’t any because Holdren just made the whole thing up.

By Stephen Dinan – The Washington Times – Monday, May 9, 2016

The White House showed “bad faith” in how it handled an open records request for global warming data, a federal court ruled Monday, issuing yet another stinging rebuke to the administration for showing a lack of transparency.

 For President Obama, who vowed to run the most transparent government in U.S. history, Judge Amit P. Mehta’s ruling granting legal discovery in an open records case — the third time this year a judge has ordered discovery — is an embarrassing black eye.

In this most recent case, the Competitive Enterprise Institute was trying to force the White House office of science and technology policy to release documents backing up Director John C. Holdren’s finding that global warming was making winters colder — a claim disputed by climate scientists.

Obama White House showed ‘bad faith’ in global-warming case, judge rules – Washington Times

Not too surprising, because Holdren was also pushing the global cooling scam in 1970.

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8 Responses to The Polar Vortex Of White House Fraud

  1. Andy DC says:

    Holdren is a whore, not a scientist. He will say or do anything if the price is right.

  2. ren says:

    5. Conclusions
    The results of this study showed that the evolution of the stratospheric polar vortex plays an important part in
    the mechanism of solar-climatic links. The vortex strength reveals a roughly 60-year periodicity influencing
    the large-scale atmospheric circulation and the sign of SA/GCR effects on the development of baric systems
    at middle and high latitudes. The vortex location is favorable for the mechanisms of solar activity influence
    on the troposphere circulation involving variations of different agents (GCR intensity, UV fluxes). In the
    periods of a strong vortex changes of the vortex intensity associated with solar activity phenomena seem to
    affect temperature contrasts in tropospheric frontal zones and the development of extratropical cyclogenesis.
    http://geo.phys.spbu.ru/materials_of_a_conference_2012/STP2012/Veretenenko_%20et_all_Geocosmos2012proceedings.pdf

  3. Steve Case says:

    Honest to God Goddard, you don’t get it. Sometimes the polar vortex causes warming and sometimes cooling, it just merely depends. Thought you’d like to know.

  4. Tab Numlock says:

    This belongs in the toilet with the Kohler vortex.

  5. ren says:

    27.10.2015
    This video shows the “Polar Vortex” winds aloft at around 60,000′ for oct 27 last year and oct 27 this year. In late November 2014 last year, the Polar Vortex indicated one of worst winters on record for midwest and the “rust belt”.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h5nx6AdQyCw
    Fortunately, solar activity in 2015 was high and very strong El Niño.
    http://services.swpc.noaa.gov/images/solar-cycle-planetary-a-index.gif

  6. David McMahon says:

    Remember the polar vortex was cited as the cause of low GDP growth numbers. This year GDP growth was only 0.5%. What weather event did they cite this time?

  7. ren says:

    Seppal¨ a et al. ¨ (2009) used reanalysis data to show that winter
    surface air temperatures divided up in years of low and high
    geomagnetic activity show significant temperature anomalies
    similar to NAM patterns found at high latitudes. Here, we
    have shown that this effect is also found in a 44-year transient
    simulation that used the Ap index to parametrise geomagnetic
    activity and associated NOx production in the middle
    and upper atmosphere through particle precipitation. In
    order to avoid aliasing from sea surface temperatures (SST)
    and other boundary conditions present in the transient simulation,
    two additional nine-year simulations were performed,
    where the boundary conditions were repeated on a yearly basis.
    The only difference between the two simulations was that
    geomagnetic activity related NOx production was switched
    on in one simulation, thus allowing us to identify purely NOx
    induced effects. Again, similar surface temperature patterns
    were found. This indicates that these patterns are indeed related
    to NOx production due to geomagnetic activity. The
    following mechanism was hypothesised from the model results:
    The geomagnetic activity/Energetic Particle Precipitation
    related NOx production leads to ozone depletion in
    the stratosphere. Changes in the radiative budget and subsequently
    of the mean meridional circulation cool the lower
    stratosphere and strengthen the polar vortex. Associated positive
    NAM anomalies propagate into the troposphere, where
    typical positive NAM surface pressure and temperature patterns
    occur. Therefore, enhanced geomagnetic activity and
    NOx production appear to trigger positive NAM phases at
    the surface level in the model. Further studies are required
    to confirm these results and the proposed mechanism as the
    findings indicate a stronger link of surface climate to space
    weather than has previously been assumed.
    http://www.atmos-chem-phys.net/11/4521/2011/acp-11-4521-2011.pdf

    This is important:
    The geomagnetic activity/Energetic Particle Precipitation
    related NOx production leads to ozone depletion in
    the stratosphere. Changes in the radiative budget and subsequently
    of the mean meridional circulation cool the lower
    stratosphere and strengthen the polar vortex.

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