Climate experts tell me that I don’t understand the difference between climate and weather, and that Alaska is the global warming canary in the coal mine.
Popular Science says Alaska is warming so quickly that computers (which can do billions/trillions of calculations per second) simply can’t keep up.
In order to help readers understand the difference between weather and climate, I prepared these diagrams. Red areas represent climate, and blue areas represent weather.
“Climate change” is causing the jet stream to currently be shifted just east of the Alaska border, with very cold air covering most of Canada and Greenland.
Ninety five years ago, Popular Science warned that the Eastern Arctic was suffering a radical change in climate conditions with unheard of high temperatures, and that the North Pole was going to be ice free.
Arctic weather is cyclical, with large swings in temperature over a 70 year period. This doesn’t fit global warming theory, so NASA simply erases the prior warmth.
The current weather map is very similar to the last ice age, with mild temperatures and little ice in Alaska, and lots of cold and ice east of the border. Neanderthal computer algorithms (similar to those being used by modern climate scientists) simply couldn’t keep up.