Greenland Melting At -65F

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15 Responses to Greenland Melting At -65F

  1. Frank says:


    Salty language warning

    • Jeff L. says:

      Excellent video! Too bad he confused the age of the Earth (~4.5BY) with the age of the universe (~13.8BY).

      • Disillusioned says:

        Radiation forcing calculations by both skeptics and believers show that carbon dioxide radiation forcing is about 0.3 percent of the incident radiation, far less than other effects on climate. Over a period of human civilization, the temperature has oscillated between quite a few warm and cold periods, with many of the warm periods being warmer than today. During geological times, it and the carbon dioxide level have been all over the place with no correlation between them.

        Bingo. In modern times, the Agenda for global totalitarianism replaced the scientific method with bought-and-paid-for pal review data creation – and voilà, we have unprecedented correlation. That’s a word they love to throw around – unprecedented. 🙄

        • I hate to break it to you, but ‘radiation forcing calculations’ really aren’t worth the paper they are written on.

          • Disillusioned says:

            Thanks Gordon. I respect your knowledge on the topic. I became a skeptic when I learned the radiative forcing capability of CO2 is so minuscule that the majority is spent before 100 ppm. It wouldn’t surprise me if it were less than that. Either way I think that means they chose the wrong gas to scapegoat for a ‘climate crisis’.

            I was probably wrong in agreeing with Corsi about no correlation, also. Because there does seem to be a correlation – that CO2 follows temperature, not the other way around. I think Mother Nature has proven Arrhenius to be wrong.

          • conrad ziefle says:

            I’ve also heard that lower levels had already exhausted the waves lengths that CO2 captures, but haven’t seen any calculations in that regard. Somewhere I think I’ve seen some counter to that, it being that more CO2 impacts the reradiation of those wave lengths higher up into the atmosphere. Current levels of CO2 are way lower than any data I have seen regarding its radiation effect. You have to extrapolate downward to determine what you think the effect should be. I still believe that those atmospheric rivers, High Priest Gore was screeching about, are the results of huge amounts of heat being radiated by H2O vapor to space, i.e. the water cycle is THE major regulator of Earth’s temperature, and it is darn near impossible to damage its effect. It seems odd, given Gore’s argument, that the atmospheric river is coming at the coldest part of the year, not the hottest, and is bracketed by colder than normal weather before and after. We are currently having colder than normal weather in Northern California, now that the atmospheric river seems to have ended. I also still wonder if it was the Little Ice Age that paused, not Global Warming. I.e. the Little Ice Age may have been the little forerunner to the big one.

    • Richard says:

      Y2K was in 20th
      ISO-9001 and go along standards are still in the lead over GW at $2 trillion the ISO Scam is probably close

  2. rah says:

    Summit station was showing -45 at the time I posted this.

  3. arn says:

    But they told me that global warming means more snow (from the past).
    This should result in a growing ice sheet – shouldn’t it.

    • MGJ says:

      Under political tyranny, the Law is whatever somebody in power says it is. Likewise under $cience, the facts are whatever somebody says they are. Anyone who points out contradiction or paradox is dismissed – by (circular) definition – as not understanding the $cience.

  4. John Anthony says:

    This idiot has no credibility ,and should be mocked mercilessly!

  5. Petit_Barde says:

    I heard that this clown came unglued to Davos :
    – did anyone see him get up from his chair?

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