Thing Of The Past Returns

“the global warming scam, with the (literally) trillions of dollars driving it, that has corrupted so many scientists, and has carried APS before it like a rogue wave”

By the year 2001, climate scientists had determined that snow was either gone or doomed.

IPCC Third Assessment Report – Climate Change 2001 – Complete online versions | GRID-Arendal – Publications – Other

Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past – Environment – The Independent

In 2006, the New York Times announced the endless summer, and tied it to Polar Bears dying and the demise of Arctic sea ice.

With Warmer Weather, Different Decisions to Make – New York Times

According to the New York Times, snow is gone and the winter Olympics are doomed.

Of 21 Winter Olympic Cities, Many May Soon Be Too Warm to Host the Games – The New York Times

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

“Scientists agree” – it is your fault.

Climate Signals | Land Ice and Snow Cover Decline

The Washington Post predicted cherry blossoms in February.

Could cherry blossoms one day be blooming in winter? – The Washington Post

The New York Times announced an “early spring” on March 8, 2017, and said it was your fault.

Spring Came Early. Scientists Say Climate Change Is a Culprit. – The New York Times

I took these pictures on March 8, 2018 in Philadelphia, during the coldest and snowiest March/April on record.

But never mind everything the New York Times and Washington Post said over the last 30 years, global warming now makes it cold and snowy.

Rapid Arctic warming and melting ice are increasing the frequency of blizzards in the Northeast, study finds – The Washington Post

There has been no change in Arctic sea ice extent since the the 2006 New York Times dead Polar Bears article.

Spreadsheet  Data

Cherry blossoms are blooming later in DC than they did when CO2 was below 350 PPM.

The New York Times hasn’t gotten a climate story right for at least 40 years, so they do the obvious thing – censor me and call me a “climate denialist.”  The one thing they would never do is talk to me.

E.P.A. Head Stacks Agency With Climate Change Skeptics –

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20 Responses to Thing Of The Past Returns

  1. Anon says:

    An Economic Analysis of Climate Change Impacts and Adaptations in New York State

    Economic risks: (from 2010: pg 44)

    Winter ski tourism with reduced snowpack
    Winter snowmobiling with reduced snowpack

    Now we find out the reverse. How much did they pay for this and how do you get a job writing these?

  2. Colorado Wellington says:

    End of snow in the People’s Republic of Boulder. Within 24 hours.

    • R Shearer says:

      I liked that one year when their calibration was off by a couple of inches and instead of clearing snow close to the pavement they ended up packing it down in their tire tracks making ice patches in numerous places.

    • R Shearer says:

      Remember that one year when their calibration was way off?

      • Colorado Wellington says:

        I’m not sure which winter it was but the snow on many streets got packed down in a thick layer. The sheets lasted through days of melting and refreezing but gradually Boulderites’ SUVs beat out potholes in the ice that were over 6 inches deep in some places. I saw a Prius maneuvering out one such side street like going through a mine field.

        • R Shearer says:

          And what’s with J Wells, now Stein Brewing Company? Is it still good?

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            Haven’t been there for a while (not being a regular stout and IPA drinker). Time to stop by and sample their Kölsch again. And Hefe.

          • Gator says:

            I’m a stout man (in more ways than one), and I prefer beers of color. While enjoying a fine meal with family, I had the great fortune of discovering Totonka Stout at the tail end of a Southwest tour this past year. That may have been the best beer I have ever had. I can tell you honestly, that I have since worked tirelessly to find an equal, and I will not rest until I find it. Work, work, work, work, work

          • Colorado Wellington says:

            I prefer beers of pallor but I understand your predicament. I am still looking for the blonde I discovered in Munich some 30 years ago.

            Hello, boys!

  3. gregole says:

    No wonder their predictions are off. No, they’re not off; they’re way off:

  4. RAH says:

    Calling Dr. Viner. Calling Dr. David Viner.

    Calling Mr. Parker. Calling Mr. David Parker.

    Calling Adam Watson. Calling Mr. Adam Watson.

    Calling every Climate science numbskull who ever made such projections including the bonehead liars of the IPCC.

    • Anon says:

      Viner must not be too intelligent. Everyone now knows that warm air carries more moisture and hence we will need to be prepared for decades of increased snowfall due to Climate Change.

      According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia, within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”. “Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.

      David Parker, at the Hadley Centre for Climate Prediction and Research in Berkshire, says ultimately, British children could have only virtual experience of snow. Via the internet, they might wonder at polar scenes – or eventually “feel” virtual cold.

      I suppose the Ski industry will be suing as they were scared into investing millions into snow making equipment that will now go idle?

      • AndyDC says:

        Lots of snow for British children over the next week or so.

        Without data manipulation, there is almost no evidence of warming over the past 20 years.

        You had pronounced cooling from 1940 to 1979. Then pronounced warming from 1981-1998. From 1998 through 2018, neutral to slight cooling. So the entire cursed scam is based on 17 years of warming out of the last 78 years. If it has warmed less than 22% of the time over the past 78 years, it is indeed a very pathetic and corrupt scam.

  5. arn says:

    One should think that as result of all the warming and co2
    cherrys should start to blossom much much earlier?

    Those climate denying fruits will kill us all.

    • Mr GrimNasty says:

      Every year there’s one idiot letter or news article about the climate sending plants into chaos accompanied by a picture of prunus autumnalis in blossom, doing what the name tells you it does. Similarly they worry about crocusus in Autumn i.e. Colchicum autumnale, and snowdrops in Autumn – that’ll be the Autumn flowering varieties then!

      • RAH says:

        When the Crocus start blooming I know spring has sprung. I see them along the Highways and byways in my truck driving travels in the spring and they are always a welcome sight.

  6. frederik wisse says:

    Just in time this week Wageningen University made a press-release of a publication showing that average snowcover had fallen with 16 centimeters yearly in Europe since 1980 . How the hell is this possible ? Most of Western Europe has a snowcover of only a few centimeters in only a part of the winterseason . Northern Europe normally from 50 centimeters to a maximum of 1 meter . The Russian statiStics are possibly worse than the
    American Rutgers snowlab to mention just a few impossibilities . Here i would suggest keep the pub and forget the lication .

    • Jason Calley says:

      Hey frederik! If this trend continues we will soon have a negative amount of snowfall in parts of Europe. People walking around in pleasantly warm areas will see tiny flakes of snow and ice spring up from the earth and fall upwards into the sky, forming dark clouds that slowly drift off elsewhere. The latent heat of crystallization released will further warm our planet, causing a death spiral of hellish and catastrophic man made global warming. Apocalypse!

      Or maybe the opposite will occur. Either way, I predicted it, right?

  7. Mac says:

    More snow, it’s climate change
    Less snow, climate change
    Stronger storms, climate change
    Weaker storms, climate change
    Drought, climate change
    Torrential rain, climate change
    Hot weather, climate change
    Cold, climate change.

    And on and on. Basically, when you’re in a corrupt religious cult, anything that happens is due to the climate change gods. The entire scam works wonderfully because it plays on people’s fears and neuroses, and most people have zero education in science. For years, I’ve been asking a simple question of the people who believe this nonsense, and I still haven’t gotten an answer. How can 0.04% CO2 in the atmosphere cause this much havoc? Apparently, though, 100 years ago, 0.03% was totally okay, and the Ordovician glaciation occurred while the level was 12 times higher than now.

    I don’t care what anyone says. CO2 has no effect whatsoever on the climate. If you claim otherwise, you’re either lying or stupid.

  8. MGJ says:

    Interesting that the NYT article above cites spinach as evidence of global warming. After a few frosts, the only vegetable still happily growing on my allotment is…spinach.

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