The World’s Big Problem With Fake Climate News

Earlier this month, fake news Bloomberg had a big story titled : Alaska’s Big Problem With Warmer Winters 

Alaska’s Big Problem With Warmer Winters – Bloomberg

March has been the coldest on record in Fairbanks so far, almost 50 degrees Fahrenheit colder than 1981. March temperatures in Fairbanks have plummeted over the last 35 years.

The warmest day in Fairbanks so far this month was 22F.

Earlier this winter, Alaska dropped to -54 degrees, and residents wanted to leave.

“I want to leave,” Cynthia Erickson of Tanana, Alaska, told the Associated Press. “My teeth are frozen to my lips.” In Tanana, the temperature dropped to 54 below zero on Wednesday, the coldest spot in the state. “It’s just miserable,” Erickson added. “I hate everybody who lives in a warm place.”

It’s so cold in Alaska that even Alaskans are complaining

Climatologists whose funding depends on fake climate news, predictably tried to invoke global warming, saying that cold weather used to be much more common in Alaska.

What Brian didn’t bother to mention is that there was a step change at the PDO shift in 1976, and no change since then.

Alaska temperatures have hardly changed over the last 40 years. The changes which occurred 40 years ago were due to changes in ocean circulation, and had nothing to do with “global warming” or carbon dioxide.

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13 Responses to The World’s Big Problem With Fake Climate News

  1. SxyxS says:

    No reason to complain.
    People there can keep them warm with Griffs good intentions
    and that we officially have global warming
    (as long as we keep on giving the abomination that has faked statistics and failed to make accurate prediction for the past
    30 years and
    the status of science)

  2. CO2isLife says:

    The question is how does snow and ice melt in sub-zero temperatures?

    Climate “Science” on Trial; How Does Ice Melt In Sub-Zero Temperatures?

    • SxyxS says:

      Global warming is based on violating thermodynamic laws-
      therefore melting ice in sub zero temperatures should be no surprise
      in the climate savers jihad.
      If you have 3 decades of failed predictions
      and non working climate modells
      than your imagination and hipocrisy is so outstanding that you can make ice melt at -273 degress celsius.

      You’ll have to understand:
      these people have a lot to lose:

      The whole life being paid by others(parents during elemtary&high school//then tax payers money for college(at least in europe)
      and your job)
      and the only intention to create new ways to get more of taxpayers money and create new ways to tax them.
      Never ever produced a thing of value in their whole life,
      very well aware of it.

      If you live such a life in your ivory tower isolated from reality ,sorrounded by other intellectual freeloaders
      than you are morally and intellectually so superior that you can make ice melt
      at sub zero and islam the religion of peace
      as the only other option is being exposed as the worthless and harmfull parasite you are.

      Give people the chance to chose wether they’d be considered for their doings
      a parasite or mankind saving superhero
      you won’t find one in a million chosing the parasite-option.

  3. CheshireRed says:

    More fake news from the UK Guardian, talking about sea level rise in Florida and Miami beach. Note they never tell viewers the current century-long rise rate is less than the height of a can of Coke. Wonder why?!

    ‘An additional 3 – 8 feet is expected in the next hundred years’. (see 2:30)

    This is what climate propaganda looks like. BS and lies all the way down yet the Guardian shamelessly pushes blatant falsehoods. I have no idea if there’s further claims in the video as I stopped watching at that point.

    • Gail Combs says:

      “‘….An additional 3 – 8 feet is expected in the next hundred years’….”

      Is that the height expected for the glacier forming in Florida? ?

  4. Timo Soren says:

    Read some UN or Brit economist was bemoaning how bad it is in Alaska, gasp the Iditarod had to move north, (no mention about trail conditions or cold), that tons of forest fires burn there, (no mention about forest conditions or normal activity) just conclusion, that this is proof of global warming now direct impact on life and we have to act now!

    So mind-numbing sad.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      It was cold on the trail with temps of near -50F.
      Even near the coast at Nome it was cold, especially at night and u can see the drivers and dogs covered in frost at the finish line. Last team made it in yesterday after 13 days and the first was just over 8 days for a new record. I’m not sure how much u can see off this site for free since I had an insiders account but there are some great pictures and videos.

  5. Andy DC says:

    Alarmists tend to ignore unfavorable Alaska climate news, like the -54 cold this winter and the record late breakup of the Tanana River near Fairbanks, which took place in May 2013.

    But when they are mild, you never hear the end of it.

  6. RAH says:

    Today makes 14 straight days with a spotless and speckles sun. First time that has happened since April of 2010.

    Good article here:

    BTW they called me up and told me they found another driver to go to Ayre, MA so I’m still here and awaiting a call to go.

  7. annieoakley says:

    Every person in Colorado who knows I don’t believe that CO2 causes Global Warming has called me today thinking I will admit I am wrong, just guessing. At the same time my family in Virgina Beach and Norfolk don’t want to talk to me at all because it is snowing and cold.

  8. Griff says:

    “Alaska temperatures have hardly changed over the last 40 years”

    The last three years have been the warmest in the Alaskan record.

    2016 was Alaska’s warmest year ‘by a wide margin’

    “For most of the year, Alaska “baked”, with record heat at the local and statewide level. With a statewide record that dates to 1925 (92 years), Alaska had its second warmest winter, warmest spring, second warmest summer and a warmer-than-average fall. The persistent heat led to Alaska’s warmest year on record. Each of the three years since 2014 is among the three warmest on record for Alaska, with 2015 tied with 2002 for third warmest. At the local level, the annual average temperature in Barrow was 7.1°F above the 1981-2010 average. Nome was 5.1°F above, Fairbanks 3.9°F, Anchorage 4.4°F and Juneau 2.7°F above the 30-year average. Since 1925, Alaska has observed an average temperature increase of 0.30°F per decade.”

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