The End Of Snow

Ten years ago the New York Times announced the end of snow.

“slopes were closed last month at Fichtelberg mountain in Oberwiesenthal, Germany.”

Opinion | The End of Snow? – The New York Times

This is what Oberwiesenthal looks like today.

Webcam Fichtelberg – Oberwiesenthal – Webcams Fichtelberg – Oberwiesenthal

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6 Responses to The End Of Snow

  1. dm says:

    Did polar bears, low-lying islands, humanity or any other endangered thing survive that doomcast?

  2. Brings to mind the wonderful Doors song “This Isn’t the End.”

  3. conrad ziefle says:

    Well, I love snow and hope to go skiing this winter, but if all snow ceased, so what? I bet that during the biosphere that more than 99% of the time there was no snow. Life has gone on with 7000 ppm CO2, the space shuttle safe limit is 5000ppm ( I believe Lindzen said), we are near an all time low of atmospheric CO2, and the world would probably be better off with that bumped up to 1000 ppm, even if it means +2 more degrees average temperature, and I’m not sure that it means that much increase in temperature. people worry about the wrong things.

    • Ian says:

      Commericial greenhouses pump in CO2 to 5,000 ppm, and needless to say it has zero effect on workers. Regarding CO2 and temperature, during the Cambrian Period, when CO2 rose to around 8,000 ppm, temperatures did not rise. Weirdly, this is accepted science by geologists at the same time that CO2 having a causal relationship with temperatures is accepted science amongst climate scientists. But one science is based purely on measurement, and one is based purely on a theory.

  4. Only one counter example is needed to debunk a theory. The past forty years have furnished dozens of counter examples to the alarmist claims. Yet the alarmists cling to, and even double down on, their nonsense. This is clear proof we are not dealing with scientists.

  5. Walter says:

    Praise Odin!

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