Ten Years Since The End Of Snow

The New York Times announced the end of snow ten years ago this week

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

Accumulated Snowfall (GFS 10-dayforecast)

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6 Responses to Ten Years Since The End Of Snow

  1. Michael Peinsipp says:

    They will just state a new date say of 2050…yep and the Agw LOSERS WILL NOD THEIR HEADS IN AGREEMENT JUST LIKE AVERY bOBBLE hEAD ALIVE! Sorry cap lock mistake…but I stand with what I said.
    AND I just sit here on my 75 acres in the woods with my livestock and garden and laff at them slowly rotting away in their Big cities run by criminals and Illegal Aliens (talkin at you Chicago/New Yawk and others) waiting for the Big Show that’s comin’…

  2. John says:

    isn’t it true that each year the planet receives less snow ? Each year doesn’t the Earth have less frozen water? is that because of temps warming!

    • Slartybartfast says:

      Warmer than average? Global Warming!
      Drier than average? Global Warming!
      Wetter than average? Global Warming!
      Colder than average? Global … Warming?

  3. Disillusioned says:

    isn’t it true that each year the planet receives less snow ? Each year doesn’t the Earth have less frozen water?

    In the northern hemisphere, Spring snow cover has decreased. But, Fall and Winter snow extents have increased.

    is that because of temps warming!

    We are in an interglacial, and temperatures usually rise during an interglacial. The oceans should also be rising. They have been rising for the past 20,000 years: https://www.timeandtidebell.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Historic-sea-level-rise-graph-1.jpg

    You will note in the link above, that sea level rise has dwindled down almost to a stall. But, the seas are still rising: https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/sltrends/sltrends_station.shtml?id=8518750
    At New York, the rise has been about an inch per decade, since 1856, before Abraham Lincoln was elected President. Lastly, please take note in that last link that the tide gauge has recorded no increase in the rate of sea level rise.

  4. Caleb Shaw says:

    Dear John (I can’t believe I’m writing a Dear John letter),

    Yes it is warmer, but it is not due to the bounce-back of heat caused by Greenhouse gasses. Such bounce-back cannot penetrate even a millimeter down beyond the skin of the ocean, yet the seas have warmed even to the bottom. Likely this is caused by lava at the ocean’s bottom, which is likely caused by the fact our planet has an iron core which is effected by magnetic storms issuing from our sun. The rotation of our planet actually speeds up and slows down (very slightly) as the sunspots increase and decline. Though such increases and declines are very slight, the mass involved is so huge that lava is squeezed up more at certain times than at other times.

    Dr. Bill Gray wanted to study what was going on in our oceans, but Al Gore cut off his funding, because Al Gore felt CO2 needed to be the cause of everything, (perhaps because then the government could claim it had an excuse to control how we used fossil fuels.)

    If we had spent trillions studying the deeps of our seas, rather than wasting it on the Global Warming fantasy, we might have a better idea of what to expect. As it is, there is a lot of theory and very little data.

    Every time they send a submersible down into those deeps they learn things that astounds the scientists involved. The pressures are so huge CO2 exists as a liquid, and furthermore is in some weird state where it has no boiling point. (I don’t think science fully understands it.)

    One odd thing is that the plumes of warm water rising from lava disturb the horizontal flow of currents. This could cause the Gulf Stream to be slowed or deflected, in which case short-term warming might give way to long-term cooling, in the arctic.

    This is what we should be looking at, and what Dr. Bill Gray wanted to research. What a dope Al Gore was to balk our ability to expand our knowledge.

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