Scientists Say

In 1995, the world’s leading climate scientists at the IPCC predicted the demise of skiing.

13 Dec 1995, Page 14 – The Times Herald at Newspapers.com

Five years later, the University of East Anglia said children just won’t know what snow is.

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

And it has been almost six years since the New York Times announced the end of snow.

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

Meanwhile, ski areas are having record snowfall.

October snow cover has been above normal for eight consecutive years.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Autumn snow cover has been increasing for 50 years.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

The IPCC predicted the exact opposite.

For the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) model mean, at the end of the 21st century the projected reduction in the annual mean NH snow cover is 13% under the B2 scenario (ACIA, 2004). The individual model projections range from reductions of 9 to 17%. The actual reductions are greatest in spring and late autumn/early winter, indicating a shortened snow cover season (ACIA, 2004).

10.3.3.2 Changes in Snow Cover and Frozen Ground – AR4 WGI Chapter 10: Global Climate Projections

Winter snow cover has been increasing for 50 years.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

For the entire year, snow cover has been increasing for thirty years, and above normal for most of the past decade.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

We just had our coldest Halloween on record in Colorado, with temperatures 36 degrees below normal, and no place in the state above freezing.

This was how I spent the first day of summer west of Boulder.

This is what happens when climate scientists base their theory around superstition rather than science.

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9 Responses to Scientists Say

  1. Dave Ward says:

    Don’t these bozos realise that, thanks to their despicable behaviour, many people – like myself – now regard ANY claims that “Scientists or Experts Say” as instantly suspicious…

  2. G W Smith says:

    These “scientists” always seem to speak as a block with a collective mind, and voice, with nary an individual among them, not a single voice out of sync, showing us the ideal for all humanity to model. Everyone in agreement. So inspiring.

  3. Terry Shipman says:

    These scenes of global warming should send shivers down the back of any rational person! Why, this week the Weather Channel has been doing their best to educate us dumb folks how WARM causes COLD. They are saying massive warm is pushing up north over Alaska which in turn is unnaturally driving cold south. See? Its the fault of global warming. Funny, all I see is a bulge in the jet stream on the west and a dip in the jet stream further east. No mention of zonal versus meridional jet stream flow because it’s the warming stupid! You climate skeptics cannot understand complicated things like jet stream flows. Just listen to us as we explain to you how global warming is causing this temporary cold.

    They are also sticking to the party line that this will be a warmer than average winter. Trust us. This cold is only TEMPORARY, we tell you! We are the Weather Channel! We KNOW these things!

    It’s funny that they are promoting a new series on climate change-at the same time they are forced to report record low temps and early snows.

  4. Jonathan Ranes says:

    Ya, and when I bought my Ikon pass I noticed 50 dollars went to the “save our snow” foundation for carbon hysteria. Below is what I wrote to info@ikonpass.com

    “I am positively outraged that my icon pass has 50 dollars going to your genocidal insane carbon dioxide religion. Murdering billions of people with energy poverty for an imaginary angry god is not progressive “thinking” and I will not soon forget you trying to rope me into your murdering religion just so I can ski. You people are a disgrace to the species.”

  5. scott allen says:

    It was just 5 short years ago a skier named Porter Fox wrote an editorial for the New York Times titled “The End of Snow’ in which he lamented that the ski season was getting shorter, there was a lack of snow at some areas and more resorts were having to make their own snow. Porter then said the skiing was a 66 billion dollar industry and must be saved. And he had witnesses the very real impact of global warming in his world wide ski trips with less snow and shorter seasons. He blamed the usual use of fossil fuels that contributed to global warming.
    He did miss one thing, the irony of him flying or driving (in fossil fueled vehicles) to ski resorts all over the world so he could make money

  6. Micky Mouse says:

    I can’t view this film because of WMG copyright, not available in Sweden… :-(

  7. Tim Herring says:

    Hi Tony,
    It is really great work you are doing — thank you so much.
    I have two suggestions for you: 1) The Economist magazine put out a major feature issue a few weeks ago on climate change — I think it would be critical for you to respond to that with a letter to the editor and to make and post a response video summarizing their points and countering them with yours, and 2) in today’s Sunday New York Times there is a OpEd by Eugene Linden called “How Scientists got Climate Change so Wrong” — which is making a point that the models did not predict the change happening fast enough — of course this also screams out for your response.
    Sincerely,
    Tim Herring

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