Ten Years Left To Save The Planet!

Experts say that March was the second hottest month in Earth’s history, and we have only ten years to save the planet.

Global Warming: March Heat Burns Record as Scientists Warn Time Running Out

Tourists at DC’s Cherry Blossom Festival would be surprised to hear that, as March is not normally thought of as a hot month – at least not by sane individuals.

D.C.’s blast of snow stopped the cherry blossoms cold; only half survived. Now what? – LA Times

In the US, March was the 918th warmest month since 1895, averaging 7°C – about 19°C cooler than July 1901.

Globally, temperatures were slightly above average in March, down about 0.6C from a year ago.

UAH Global Temperature Update for March, 2017: +0.19 deg. C « Roy Spencer, PhD

In 1989, the UN warned that we only had ten years to save the Earth from global warming.

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The global warming scam has been going on for a long time, and there are billions of dollars at stake for the criminals behind it. There seems to be no limit to their desperation and lies at this point.

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25 Responses to Ten Years Left To Save The Planet!

  1. Steve Case says:

    The global warming scam has been going on for a long time,

    It’s going to take more than just President Donald J. Trump to make it go away.

    • tonyheller says:

      Trump could end it, but the people around him seem to lack the knowledge necessary to make it happen.

      • toorightmate says:

        Trump is experiencing “The Enemy Within”, just as Margaret Thatcher had a gutless, conniving cabinet when rectifying the joke that was the British coal industry (and Arthur Scargill).
        Several of her cabinet were in “cahoots” with Scargill!!!!

        • Andy DC says:

          You would expect the Democrats to behave like the ideological jerks they are and oppose everything Trump tries to accomplish. But what was unforeseen is that Trump’s own party has been every bit as obstructionist as the Democrats.

          The stock market rallied after Trump won, anticipating that better fiscal and pro-business policies and reform of Obamacare would bring about a period of sustained growth. Now, largely due to those stinking RINO’s on the left and the”True Believers” (the Ted Cruz wing of the party) on the right, Trump seems unable to get anything done, even with majorities in both houses.

          The stock market is starting to unravel, largely due to this disunity in the Republican Party. These idiot Republicans that don’t back Trump are responsible and they are now costing a lot of people a lot of money. Not to mention the lost opportunity for real reform.

    • Douglas Hoyt says:

      It started with Manabe and Wetherald’s flawed paper in 1967. On the political front, it started with the SCEP report in 1970 followed by the SMIC report, Inadvertent Climate Modification, in 1971. Since then, it has been growing exponentially.

  2. arn says:

    The number of nations that has been wiped away is ? Zero.

    Coastal Flooding is so immenent that Leonardo di Caprio has not just bought an island but is making a resort there((makes ecological sense as all those superrich guys who will go there will do this by using a bike,instead of a Lear Jet to get to Belize and then a Yacht to reach his island))
    We all can’t wait to see how they’ll finish his resort when everything is flooded.
    Building buildings Underwater should be almost as funny as paying tons of money for vacancy to live in a flooded house.

    BTW- if you want to know how much warmer/colder it really got in the past decades
    just try to find out how much the Use for heating energy per capita has increased/decreased in countries where circumstances hasn’t changed much(no mass subvention for isolating houses,constant prices for fuel etc)
    As soon as it gets significantly warmer use of energy for heating will go down massivly.

  3. John F. Hultquist says:

    Noel Brown (senior UN environmental official) ! ?

    There is a myth called the Elephants’ graveyard – where old elephants go to die.
    There must be such a place for old climate experts such as Noel Brown. These folks come on-stage, make a big headline about the world, or some part thereof, dying within 10 years or 20 – or we only have 100 months to the tipping point, and so forth.

    Then the person disappears from the scene – retired, pension, good connections with the moneyed folks of the world.
    Never to be seen or heard from.

    So, where do “climate experts”® go?

    • arn says:

      Such a graveyard really exist bellow the UN building.

      It is the graveyard where old failed doom&gloom climate prediction
      go to die.
      They don’t just die there,they reincarnate
      as a perfect copy of the original, just the day of apocalypse was changed and put some years into the future.

  4. Ron Clutz says:

    The International Energy Agency says that 2017 is the tipping point. Starting next year, all we can do is adapt to weather as it happens. From the IEA 2011 World Energy Outlook:

    “If internationally co-ordinated action is not implemented by 2017, we project that all permissible CO2 emissions in the 450 Scenario will come from the infrastructure then existing, so that all new infrastructure from then until 2035 would need to be zero-carbon. This would theoretically be possible at very high cost, but probably not practicable in political terms.”

    “If we do not change course, by 2015 over 90% of the permissible energy sector emissions to 2035 will already be locked in. By 2017, 100%.”

    “We can still act in time to preserve a plausible path to a sustainable energy future; but each year the necessary measures get progressively tougher and viciously more expensive. So, let’s not wait any longer!”

    Maria van der Hoeven
    Executive Director
    International Energy Agency.
    World Energy Outlook 2011

  5. AndyG55 says:

    UAH shows March 2017 is =8th warmest March

    RSS shows March 2017 is 5th warmest March

    Whoever is telling these twerps that March was the second hottest month of all time is LYING through their ass. !!

    • AndyG55 says:

      USA UAH48 has March 2017 in 7th place for

      RSS ContUS has March 2017 in 8th place.

    • rw says:

      Just for the record, here on the other side of the N. Atlantic, after a cool March, we’re having a still cool April. So far I don’t think there’s been a day where the temperature even reached 20 degrees Celsius (unlike some earlier years). So I still think it’s been cooling over the last decade, at least in the Northern Hemisphere.

  6. Mitchell13 says:

    Algore said the same thing in 2006, 10 years left to save the planet:

  7. Colorado Wellington says:

    10 years? Too late. With rivers and lakes gone today, the planet’s next …

    Climate Change Caused This River to Nearly Disappear in Just Four Days

    An entire river and lake nearly disappeared last year because of man-made climate change—a first according to scientists.

    In a study recently published in Nature Geoscience, researchers described the first modern case of “river piracy,” when one stream is diverted into another, as a result of global warming. Last summer, rapid glacial melting in Canada’s Yukon territory eroded an ice wall, which unleashed a large torrent of meltwater. Within hours, that deluge began drastically rerouting the nearby river systems, shifting freshwater into the Pacific Ocean instead of the Bering Sea.

    According to the Post, researchers said there was “minuscule probability” the rapid event would’ve occurred in a more consistent climate, and concluded global warming was the cause of such a dramatic change.


    We’re doomed. Doomed and doomed.

  8. This is a quote from the Opening statement to the Rio Summit 3 june 1992 held by Maurice Strong. The Rio Summit was arranged by United Nations:

    “Over the next 20 years, more than one quarter of the Earth’s remaining species may become extinct And in the case of global warming, the Inter-governmental Panel on Climate Change has warned that if carbon dioxide emissions are not cut by 60 per cent immediately, the changes in the next 60 years may be so rapid that nature will be unable to adapt and man incapable of controlling them.”

    The opening statement held by Maurice Strong, at that time an unelected bureaucrat in the United Nations, is well worth reading. The term watermelons seem appropriate.

    “This is not a single issue Conference. Rather, it deals with the overall cause and effect system through which a broad range of human activities interact to shape our future. ”

    Ideas about that overall cause and effect system are political by nature. United Nations appears to be a supranational political organization that is far out of line with their charter.

    • R. Shearer says:

      Instead, they are destroying millions of acres of rain forests and all of the plants and animals therein for palm oil plantations to make “renewable” biodiesel.

  9. Advocatus Diaboli says:

    Two nights ago I was channel surfing and caught part of a “Secrets of the Earth” episode on The Weather Channel. Michio Kaku matter-of-factly mentioned that, at the same time the Earth’s magnetic field is weakening, the amount of radiation being put out by the Sun has been increasing since 1859. (Not sure about the exact year he gave, it might have been “for a century and a half” or “since 1855”.) The idea was that the combination of these two factors left Earth vulnerable to solar storms to an extent unprecedented in history.

    The bit about the sun’s radiation caught my ear. Kaku is an AGW believer; I remember hearing him on Art Bell’s show minimizing the significance of the Climategate revelations. But, isn’t solar radiation one of the major influences on temperatures here on Earth? And he says it’s been increasing since… since about the time that warmists say temperatures on Earth began to rise. So, did he just give away the whole GW game while trying to make another scary case about something else?

  10. Robertv says:

    The coming decades will see a rise of temperatures in Iceland by approximately four degrees Celsius, if global warming caused by the greenhouse effect continues uninterrupted and isn’t counteracted urgently.

    This means the glaciers will be completely gone in up to 200 years an expert at the Icelandic Met Office told RUV’s reporter.

    Dr. Halldor Bjornsson told reporter. “And unless something drastic is done the weather here will resemble the climate in Scotland”


    meanwhile in the Netherlands

    There was a widespread frost in most of the Netherlands on Wednesday night, with the ground temperature dipping to as low as -9 in the far east of Gelderland


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