The End Of Journalism?

Four years after the New York Times announced the end of snow, upstate New York is having their longest lasting ski season record.

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

Blog: Cinco de snow | Adam Colver’s blog | poststar.com

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19 Responses to The End Of Journalism?

  1. Stewart Pid says:

    Grif will comment that this is weak and thin first year snow that they are skiing on at Whiteface and the Beaufort ice is all melted. The grifftard will ignore the ice levels in the rest of the arctic.

    • Anon says:

      No… It is easier to understand if you think of Global Warming like Al Gore describes it:

      Al Gore: “The Planet Has A Fever”
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=12rKlxlVKTw

      Okay, so we got a fever going on, right? Well what comes next after the fever?
      Chills. Right? Then the next things to manifest will be:

      Typical Smallpox Progression:

      Historical accounts show that when someone was infected with the smallpox virus, they had no symptoms for between seven and 17 days. (17 year GW hiatus) Once the incubation period (GW hiatus) was over, the following flu-like symptoms occurred:

      High fever (check)
      Chills (check)
      Headache
      Severe back pain
      Abdominal pain
      Vomiting

      So, if we look at it like that, Planet has a Fever, now experiencing chills. With Headache coming up.

  2. ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

    Headache
    Severe back pain
    Abdominal pain
    Vomiting

    All results of having to deal with The Goreacle. Unfortunately something so virulent can’t be quarantined.

  3. RAH says:

    The Old Gray Hag gave up on journalism a long time ago. I keep the news feed on Microsoft Edge just as they want to feed their BS too me so I can keep up with the lies and deception of so called “News” sources like, NYT, LAT, CNN, MSNBC, NBC, CBS, ABC, etc. They lie about so much and leave so much out that it would be hilarious if so many bone heads didn’t believe their BS. Boneheads that apparently live in an alternate reality so they don’t know what is really going on.

  4. RAH says:

    Oh I left out the WP (Washington Post) which deserves special mention because their political reporting is now even more deceptive and slanted than that in the NYT concerning their propaganda on what is going on with the deep state. It is as if they’ve decided to compete with the NYT on who can tell the biggest whoopers these days.

    • arn says:

      Washington Post is owned by Amazon
      and Amazon is best butt buddy of the deep state=cia
      Both signed a 600 million dollar deal a few year ago.
      Facebook and all these other new big monopolistic giants have close ties(or even were started) by secret services.
      And about the media-just read Operation Mockingbird at wikipedia.

      Even the “rebelish” Bitcoin is using an encryption code(hashkey) coded by the NSA.

      All those three letter agencies are in bed with the secret service.
      And that’s the reason that not a single journalists exposes obvious
      lies(right now=gas attacks in lybia)
      or wonders why the usa has been involved in dozens of government changes all around the world that turned countries into shitholes.

    • Anon says:

      RAH,

      Actually the WaPo has a very clever and subtle strategy, if you know what to look for. The AGW alarmists are just another “identity” group / voting bloc. In this case they self-identify as environmentalists, and as AGW has no solution, they are locked into voting Democratic for life.

      However, a problem arises when it appears that the Democratic Party is not doing enough to fight AGW, then this voting group is at risk of breaking off and forming a new Progressive Party with Bernie Sanders. The other issue is when this group becomes too outspoken and gets in the way of the corporate and Wall Street backers of the Democratic Party.

      Then the WaPo steps in to tamp all that down:

      The Post’s View: Protesting the Dakota pipeline is not cut and dried.

      The activists are right about the danger of climate change. They could make a real impact if they channeled their energy into protecting and enhancing President Obama’s fuel efficiency standards…

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/protesting-the-dakota-pipeline-is-not-cut-and-dried/2016/11/06/2872e228-a207-11e6-8832-23a007c77bb4_story.html?

      Why Obama’s top scientist just called keeping fossil fuels in the ground ‘unrealistic’

      Bernie Sanders and his followers, influential green movement leaders like Bill McKibben and powerful organizations like the Sierra Club, have been pushing a “keep it in the ground” approach. For these advocates, a future strongly dependent on wind, solar and batteries can’t come fast enough. And they have led campaigns not only to oppose fracking for natural gas but also to block — successfully — the Keystone XL pipeline. Most recently, Sanders’s supporters have been deeply engaged in a push to make the Democratic Party’s official platform more strongly reflective of this point of view, although they were unsuccessful in trying to incorporate a fracking ban into the platform.

      https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/energy-environment/wp/2016/07/12/why-obamas-top-scientist-just-called-keeping-fossil-fuels-in-the-ground-unrealistic/?utm_term=.d9a4fb1d9d82

      If you want to really see what the Democrats are up to you have to move away from the WaPo:

      How Hillary Clinton’s State Department Sold Fracking to the World

      https://www.motherjones.com/environment/2014/09/hillary-clinton-fracking-shale-state-department-chevron/

      And so there you have it. The Democrats want to create just enough fear so that you keep voting Democratic, but not so much fear that you go off and form a Third Party with Bernie Sanders or get in the way of their corporate and Wall Street backers.

      Now that you recognize the pattern, you will see it repeat over and over again. Watch for it!

    • tonyheller says:

      The Bering Sea melts out every May. People who engage in identify theft get blocked.

    • Stewart Pid says:

      “Hony” …. where I live we had the third coldest and snowiest winter since record keeping began in 1885. Hardly an indication of “getting warmer” except to those who have drunk deeply of the Koolaid and are true believers of the Goracle.
      Also it appears that the difference between weather and climate escapes you. The low ice levels in the Bering Sea are a result of the jet stream which also gave me the long and cold winter I just experienced. Record snows in the BC Rockies where the snow of 2016 – 17 lasted through the summer until the snow of winter 2017 – 18 started and I bet are set to repeat this rare phenomena again. The alarmists say children won’t know what snow is but my now grown children are seeing the snows of winter last all summer long at the higher elevations for the first time in their lifes …. think about that Mr Identity Thief.

      • arn says:

        Even in a 1000 years Children will know what snow is
        sadly then they won’t know what critical thinking,integrity and charackter is
        because they have been systematically dumbed down and indoctrinated since birth.

        Therefor they won’t ask why all the AGW doom predictions
        failed while their masters will keep on filling them with fear about the soon coming warming apocalypse.

    • Anon says:

      Hony,

      If you really want to participate here, try getting up to speed about with what we are all talking about. The problem with the Scientific American article you cited can be found here:

      Climate Science: Is it currently designed to answer questions?
      Richard S. Lindzen
      Program in Atmospheres, Oceans and Climate MIT, Cambridge MA

      The above factors are all amplified by the need for government funding. When an issue becomes a vital part of a political agenda, as is the case with climate, then the politically desired position becomes a goal rather than a consequence of scientific research. This paper will deal with the origin of the cultural changes and with specific examples of the operation and interaction of these factors. In particular, we will show how political bodies act to control scientific institutions, how scientists adjust both data and even theory to accommodate politically correct positions, and how opposition to these positions is disposed of.

      http://blog.friendsofscience.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/Lindzen12-March-ClimateScienceNOTansweringQ.pdf

      What everyone is waiting for here is for someone to go ahead and rebut Lindzen’s article. If you can do that, you will score a lot more points than citing Scientific American and will make quite a name for yourself.

      I am a scientist and was a AGW educator and I have not been able to rebut Lindzen, but if you can I will take note, as will many others.

    • Colorado Wellington says:

      Listen, Honey, you may be used to boys doing your school work for you but later in life it will show you didn’t study and didn’t do your homework.

      Random postings from the “Scientific American” won’t cut it if you don’t have at least a rudimentary understanding of the subject matter.

    • Gator says:

      Let’s hope for Honey’s sake that she is good looking!

      The fact that Honey’s article calls any recent Alaskan sea ice loss “unprecedented”, proves two things.

      1- Honey knows nothing about sea ice

      2- The rag that published that propaganda is anything but scientific

    • AndyG55 says:

      Explain this.

      Arctic sea ice is just a tiny amount down from its highest extent in 10,000 years.

      Or were you IGNORANT of that, hony ?

    • AndyG55 says:

      Alaskan Thaw.???

      That’d be the Beaufort Sea wouldn’t it..

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