The Progressive Alaska Vs. The Actual Alaska

Scientists sitting in their fossil fuel powered living rooms are furiously cranking out brainless Alaska global warming propaganda.


Meanwhile, the actual Alaska is stuck in the deep freeze for the indefinite future.


10-Day Temperature Outlook

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8 Responses to The Progressive Alaska Vs. The Actual Alaska

  1. John F Hultquist says:

    Here in central Washington State:
    Forecast low tonight (am Wed.) is 31°F.
    Next Monday night the low is expected to be about 19°F. [ -7.2 C° ]

  2. AndyG55 says:

    Yep, the “less colder” blob that was over the Arctic slowing the re-freeze down has now shifted.

    Look for the Arctic sea ice extent to start to increase rapidly.

  3. Steven Parker says:

    I’m flying to Anchorage Friday for a quick overnighter. My friends tell me it is cold there. Maybe they are just getting soft.

  4. AndyOz says:

    #fakenews media like NY Times, CNN et al have gone full retard on the Arctic.
    You never go full retard.
    Its winter in NH. Its major sub zero.
    There is no Global Warming in Alaska.
    Siberia just had one of its coldest November’s ever, FFS.

  5. AndyG55 says:

    OT, but is Europe and UK electricity on the brink of COLLAPSE ????

    • Gail Combs says:

      Yes, it is.

      All it will take is one of those nasty very very cold but still days in the UK/EU to have massive blackouts. And to add icing to that cake their Middle East ‘guests’ are NOT going to be happy and all He!! is going to break loose.

      Think The1977 New York Blackout

    • Rud Istvan says:

      Probably. There are three issues. 1. France has shut muchnof its old nuclear for steam generator crack inspections following one that actually leaked. So they cannot act as UK backup and have been importing UK electricity instead. 2. The France UK interconnector was damaged and is at half capacity until end Feb. For both reasons, UK cannot rely on France/the continent for supply. 3. UK stupidly shut enough old coal that its effective reserve is now zero. Even counting dodgy diesel and demand curtailment it is ‘officially’ only 5% when the safe minimum spinning reserve (which also provides grid inertia) is ~10%. And that means UK grid inertia is inadequate. The least unplanned disruption during a cold winter high with effectively no wind likely means automatic system blackout from frequency sag caused by inadequate grid inertia , at least for all of Scotland (which imports from England when there is no wind because coal fired Longannet was foolishly shut without a CCGT replacement). Euan Mearns has been following this also.

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