One Day Is Climate – 90 Days Is Weather

One day last year, a loop in the jet stream displaced the cold air over the North Pole into Siberia. This was immediately blamed by every climate moron in the world on “global warming.”

Temperatures at the pole got up close to the freezing point for a few hours, and the fake news Washington Post declared it to be “super hot.”

The North Pole is an insane 36 degrees warmer than normal as winter descends – The Washington Post

Temperatures at the pole have been below normal for the entire melt season, and are dropping back below freezing now. No mention of this in the press, of course.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Global warming is the biggest scam in science history. Run by crooks, liars, communists and their useful idiots.

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15 Responses to One Day Is Climate – 90 Days Is Weather

  1. Steve Case says:

    But Tony! Look it was above normal for the first 110 days this year!

    • Steve Case says:

      Test sarc off tag

    • tonyheller says:

      A lot of melting going on at -30C.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        Sooner or later they will have to accept my hypothesis of tough Russian water that doesn’t mind the extreme cold and wouldn’t freeze until the temperature drops well below -30°C. I’m patient but they know that’s the only way to make their proposition work. ?

    • Ari Saltiel says:

      On their page you can see the same graph going back to 1950 and the variations in temps during the winter months varies quite a lot both above (including 1950!) and below.

      In the summer months not so much at all.

      • Ari Saltiel says:

        sorry- from 1958.

      • R. Shearer says:

        As long as there is a sufficient quantity of ice around, temperature should stay close to the melting point of ice when ice/water/air are in a quasi-equilibrium. The phase change of water is stabilizing. One should remember that it is the temperature of air being measured.

        Further away from this temperature condition, air still moves about (producing wide temperature changes) but there isn’t a stabilizing effect from the ability of water to release or absorb heat due to its phase change.

        It’s all kind of BS really, focusing on one variable, when in actuality an engineer trying to understand the problem would want to know the masses of each component and phase, temperature of each component and its phase, heat in, heat out and would also rely upon the physical constants for heat capacity, density, etc.

        In the arctic, the pressure of importance is essentially one atmosphere. Humidity of the air really complicates things, but cloud cover is really the wild card because it impacts both heat in and heat out. Heat coming in/out from ocean currents is also ridiculously complicated.

        The focus of warmists on global average temperature anomaly is really triple BS and they are artists at it.

        • RAH says:

          No matter what it will take sustained temperatures above freezing to make the Arctic “virtually ice free” and as we have seen, that simply isn’t happening. Warmer than normal temps during the Arctic winter simply will not do it.

        • Roger that. Yet the shrieking is in crescendo mode. This is a good time to look into economic, financial and military considerations. Forty-five years ago the safest and most reliable energy source was tagged by believers in identical ideological values as threatening the imminent destruction of all life AND a nuclear winter unless we surrendered to Soviet Altruria. Once the impossible has been eliminated by measurements, whatever remains… must be the truth.

        • Kris J says:

          R. Shearer… thanks for that explanation. Now I see how to read that graphic. Yes, your 3rd paragraph sums it up well – you need more mass & heat balance information to come to any conclusions at all. We’re simple measuring the temperature of air, for god’s sake

      • Sol says:

        To make it a little bit more-informative, I’d wish they’d show a little bit more than just the green line: quartiles, percentiles, hell – even min/max/sigma would give a bit better proportion to the 60 graphs shown than just a single smoothed line.

  2. Buck Turgidson says:

    One day of weather is climate — unless it’s 20 degrees below normal and the media and climate hysterics decide it’s not ‘news’ and they just ignore it. You can’t have it both ways and retain credibility.

  3. Cam says:

    I see another ship of fools is planning to set sail the first week of August, this time from Nome to the North Pole. I have my popcorn ready.

  4. Don Tveter says:

    Suppose there is a block of air over the North Pole with 10 units of heat. If it stays there, maybe it loses 10% after a little while, so the Earth loses one unit of heat. But suppose you replace that block of cold air with warm air with, say, 20 units of heat. Then it loses 10% after a while. The Earth loses two units of heat. So, moving warm air to the poles simply promotes global cooling, right?

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