Toto Continues His Research Into The Night

Concern about declining spring snow cover is keeping Toto up well into the night.

All of our top government climate experts say that snow cover is declining.

Fraudster John Cook has this on his web site :

Long-term trend in snow cover in rapid decline

What The Science Says:  ….. the long-term trend in … annual snow cover is one of rapid decline. As a result, the planet as a whole is becoming less reflective and absorbing more sunlight, which is accelerating global warming.

Long-term trend in snow cover in rapid decline

John Cook’s claims are the exact opposite of what is occurring. Northern Hemisphere snow cover has been steadily increasing over the last 30 years, when CO2 reached 350 PPM and NASA’s James Hansen gave his dire global warming testimony to Congress.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Snow cover is well above normal now.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Winter snow extent has been steadily increasing, due to cold Arctic air intruding to lower latitudes.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Earlier this year, there was snow on the ground in all 50 states at the same time – including Florida.

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It is time to shut down the multi-billion dollar global warming scam. Government money has corrupted climate science beyond any level of hope that it can be fixed.

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13 Responses to Toto Continues His Research Into The Night

  1. oldbrew says:

    Plan B for climate alarmists: if temperatures won’t co-operate, complain about ‘extreme weather’ instead.

    • AndyG55 says:

      That is actually somewhere near “plan j”.

      • angech says:

        see you have a mention by Delingpole on the USHCN fraud.
        Well done.

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        From A to J, they went from a Special Theory of CO2 to the General Theory of CO2.

        By the time they get to Z they’ll give us a metaphysical theory of CO2 encompassing God, the Big Bang, Marxism, and everything that ever existed, does exist or will exist in the universe. And all things that don’t exist at all as well.

        I can’t wait.

  2. arn says:

    Cherry blossom dog.

  3. Mark Fife says:

    Late March down in the Valley west of West Point here in middle Georgia and the past couple of weeks have seen ice and frost on my car at 7 am most days. The weather seems to be holding in a Late November / early December type pattern. Looks like we might be heading towards a rare cool or even cold Easter. Easter Sunday down here is usually a pretty sweaty affair.

    • tonyheller says:

      It was 96 degrees at Hawkinsville, Georgia on March 22, 1907. Today’s forecast is 32 degrees cooler.

      • Mark Fife says:

        My father was grew up in Richland which is west and a little North of Hawkinsville. He was born in 1927. Back then, people burned coal in their homes for heat.

        As he would say, Hawkinsville is below the gnat line. The gnat line, according to my father, that ran across Georgia just north of Macon where the winters generally did not become cold enough long enough to kill off very many of the eggs gnats hatch from. It takes about two weeks of good below freezing weather to make a serious dent in the next generation. Such events were very rare.

        As a consequence, gnats were extremely heavy in South Georgia. Heavy enough to influence the way men who worked on farms down that way would speak. I am very familiar with that accent. It basically involves an almost guttural southern drawl spoken out of one side of the mouth with the lips parted just enough to get the words out. The reasons for that are pretty obvious. Gnats are one of the lightest flying insects around and they like to swarm your face because they are attracted to the sweat. And sucking in a gnat when you breath is no joke.

  4. Toto is such a hard researcher. I’ll be submitting his name to the Nobel Prize committee.

  5. Steven Fraser says:

    On a side note, NYC just matched a record existing since the 1800’s … 30 inches of snow for 5 years in a row. Brrrr.

  6. 4TimesAYear says:

    “Warmer Springs Mean Less Snow Cover”?
    With late April, Mother’s Day, and May snowstorms/blizzards? If they’d take a look around them sometime, they just might see that reality doesn’t match what they’re saying. I think that’s called “psychoses”….

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